Featuring strong moments and performances, Chandrasish Ray’s debut film, starring Prosenjit Chatterjee, treads the unusual road
The problem with shows such as Lalbazaar is that they take advantage of the relaxed censorship rules on the web by using sex and violence as a badge of cool, giving the audience the illusion that they are being served something ‘realistic’
A social satire about religious orthodoxy, Television brims with imaginative visual ideas, has no villains and a transcendental ending
You wonder if there is a decent movie in Asur, starring Jeet and directed by Pavel
In snacky 10 minute episodes, streaming on Hoichoi, Parambrata Chatterjee and Ankush Hazra play lawyers arguing over matters related to the pandemic, with Anirban Chakrabarti as the judge
Aritra Mukherjee’s film has the right intentions, but fails to make for compelling drama.
The President of India decides to pay his old friend a visit, on the day of his birthday: that’s the central conceit of Anik Datta’s new film.
In the first film adaptation of Satyajit Ray’s second most popular literary creation, Shanku goes to Brazil
Aparna Sen’s new film is a jarring contemporary take on the Tagore story
The film, directed by Srijit Mukherji, ends up being an empty exercise in parochial pride.
The film, starring Ritwick Chakraborty, pulls off a mind bender of a third act that goes beyond the wide blue yonder
Abir Chatterjee and Jisshu Sengupta make the most of Mainak Bhaumik’s intelligent yet flawed thriller