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Cast and Crew of Upcoming Bengali Film Shaheb Bibi Golaam Present at Film’s Music Launch

Video: Music launch of Shaheb Bibi Golaam

The music launch of director Pratim D Gupta’s Shaheb Bibi Golaam took place at South City Mall. Present at the launch was Anupam Roy, Swastika Mukherjee, Parno Mitra, Anjan Dutt, Tanya Sen, Ritwick Chakraborty and producer Firdausal Hasan.


“There are four tracks in the film. They have been written and composed by me. I have also sung Mon Bhalo Nei. Shreya Ghoshal, Anjan Dutt and Tanya Sen have sung the other songs. I am glad that Anjan da lent his voice to my composition. There are also two additional tracks in the film as well. As per Pratim’s instruction, I composed tracks for Shaheb, Bibi and Golaam” said music composer Anupam Roy.


Hailing the film as a music thriller, director Pratim D Gupta said “This is an edge of the seat thriller with a fantastic cast and some wonderful songs. Mon Bhalo Nei has been topping the charts. Such is the infectious charm of the song. I just hope people come to watch the film at the theatres”.

The music album has been released by Amara Muzik. The film has been produced by Friends Communication.


Anjan Dutt said “This is a bloody good film. Hence I will ask you all that do come to the halls and watch it. If you do not like it, then criticize. But do come and watch. In my career I have made many bad films and also good films. But working in this film has been very fulfilling. I had a great time”.


The video of the song Mon Bhalo Nei was shown to the public for the first time at the event. Anupam Roy, Tanya Sen, Anjan Dutt even performed their songs at the event.

The film is slated for release on 26th August.

Priyanka Dutta

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Tete-a-tete with the family members of Mainak Bhaumik’s Upcomng Bengali Film ‘Family Album’

Upcoming Bengali Film Family Album Press Conference

A family album is a great collection of memories for any individual. Picture perfect photographs of the members of the family clicked on various occasion sums up a family album. Director Mainak Bhaumik’s upcoming film Family Album is a tale of one such family. The press meet of the film was organized in the presence of Paoli Dam, Mainak Bhaumik, Firdausul Hasan and Anupam Roy.


Based on a story Char Dewaal by the Late Suchitra Bhattacharya, Family Album narrates the tale of a four member family. The family consists of a soon to be retiring father Tuhin, Dola his wife and their two children Moitreyee and Amit. The story is about this Bengali family and their lives which look perfect from outside but is full of problems and disagreements from within.


“Yes. This is a love story. The basic difference is that two girls are in love with one another. That is the spark in the story. Many have questioned me whether this is a film on lesbians and whether this will be another film on their rights and so on. But let me tell you in a straightforward manner that this is not such a serious film. The mood and tone of the film is light and this film can be watched with the entire family” said director Mainak Bhaumik.


Paoli Dam plays the role of fashion photographer Atrika in this film. “This is my second film with Mainak and the whole unit was like a huge family. We had a great time shooting the film. My character is a bit weird and cranky. She has suicidal tendencies and hence she is under medication. She loves to experiment with everything including her relationships. This is the reason why the love with Moitreyee develops. Though they are not lesbians, there is a twist to the story which I will not like to reveal now” said Paoli.


With Seddho Bhaat and Balika both scaling up on the popularity charts, music director Anupam Roy was one happy man at the press meet. Fresh from the success of his stint as a (debutant) Bollywood music director with Piku, Anupam hoped that the other songs in the film will also be liked and appreciated by the audience.

Paoli who had worked for the first time with Swastika in this film was happy to have shared screen space with the actress.

Produced by Friends Communication, the film is slated for release on the 29th of May.

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Bengali Film Chotushkone Team Takes Part in Inox Forum 11th Birthday Celebrations


Inox Forum has been entertaining the audience by showing great movies and enhancing their movie going experience considerably over the years. The multiplex recently celebrated its eleventh anniversary in the presence of the team of the recently release Kolkata Bengali Movie Chatuskone.

Director Srijit Mukherji, actors Indrasish and Parambrata Chatterjee along with music director Anupam Roy and singer Lagnajeeta Chakraborty graced the occasion of the birthday of the popular multiplex of Kolkata. The celebrities joined in the cake cutting ceremony also.


The celebrities also wrote down their wishes on the message board put up on the occasion at Inox Forum. Director Srijit Mukherjee said “I distinctly remember the day when my film Autograph’s premiere took place at this multiplex. Hence this multiplex is very special to me. The quality of service and the movie viewing experience is great which actually leads to so much popularity among the people”.

Parambrata Chatterjee however, to the surprise of many present at the occasion said “You will be amazed but this is a truth. My first plex experience began with Inox Forum. Hence the multiplex has, is and will always have a special place in my heart”.


On behalf of team Sholoana Bangaliana, we wish the team at Inox Forum all the best for the good work that they have been doing all through these years and we sincerely hope that they continue to entertain the audience with as much care and passion.

Priyanka Dutta

Chotushkone Movie Review; The King of Last Minute Twists is Back!!!


A film that was long awaited finally got released last Friday. Chotushkone by director Srijit Mukherji has the very special Srijit Mukherji touch to it. In essence, in subject, in the narrative and treatment too! So, if you have watched Baishey Shrabon, Hemlock Society, Jaatishwor and loved them then Chotushkone will be yet another treat for you, as the King of Last Minute Twist, Srijit Mukherji is back.

The story is about four directors who have been assigned to direct one story each in the four-story-film. Jay (Parambrata), the youngest of them all, gets the offer from a film producer, (Kaushik Ganguly) and then brings together Trina (Aparna Sen), Sakyo (Goutam Ghose) and Dipto (Chironjeet Chakraborty) to direct one story each. He tells them that the producer wants each story to have one common theme – death. The group leaves for Henry’s Island to brain storm and come up with each one’s story. Their car breaks down and they are forced to stay for the night in a forlorn bungalow deep inside the forest. What happens next is not for me to say but for all to watch.

Parambrata. As Jay, is the bubbly energetic enthusiast and here the actor’s real life cheerful and chirpy disposition has given an extra boost to his performing as this character. Throughout the film, he has delivered subtle yet consistent performance. Goutam Ghose in some of his shades is very good. We see a very restrained and mature acting from him. Chironjeet’s portrayal of Dipto shows some brilliant acting, unprecedented amidst the otherwise melodramatic performances he is forced to do in typically commercial movies. His look in the movie too is something different. But one actor whose brilliance in acting cannot be left unsaid is Aparna Sen. Subtle, mature, convincing and consistent performance by her enhances the quality of the film ever more rich. Indrasish Roy plays a young actor, Rahul Banerjee a young director and Payel Sarkar a young heroine. Saying anything more than this that they portrayed their characters well would be to reveal more about the plot and be a spoiler. Among smaller character roles a few names are a must mention. Debleena Dutt has of late been growing tremendously as an actor and one can see her improved acting prowess even in the small role she assays. Arpita Chatterjee and Suman Mukherji too do very well in their respective roles. Other worth a mention are Sumit Samaddar, Ritabhari Chakraborty, Biswajit Chakraborty and Barun Chanda. Kaushik Ganguly in a special appearance is there in just a couple of scenes but even in that limited exposure he takes away the Best Character Artist’s crown. Overall a very long and much-refreshing a cast.

Coming to technicalities, you will fall in love with the treatment of the film. The form being films within a film, and a non-linear narrative leaping in time and space to and fro, the entire experience is very engaging. Kudos to the director. Cinematography by Sudip Chatterjee is just as brilliant as the director’s treatment of the subject. An entire range of color tinges, filters, textures and light and shadow creates a visual treat for the audience. There is one particular scene where Trina (Aparna Sen) is dreaming. That scene is sure to remind you of a similar surreal sequence from the much popular English horror film, Exorcism of Emily Rose, whose brilliant cinematographer was Tom Stern.  Lyrics and music by Anupam Roy are as delightful as ever and one is sure to love the songs Boba Tunnel and Boshonto Eshe Gechhe. Edit by Rabiranjan Maitra is at par with the other aspects of brilliance in the film.

What makes the story and screenplay (by Srijit Mukherji himself) even more engaging is a perfect blend of suspense, drama, horror, thriller and a beautiful inclusion of heart-rending pathos. And yes, the ending is as surprising and shocking as one that can be expected from Srijit Mukherji, who I will once again call the King of Last Minute Twists. Just as the form of four films in a film, Chotushkone’s genre is also multidimentional, genres within genre. At the least, one can say that after Jaatishwar, this is the Best from director Srijit Mukherji and Chotushkone is absolutely unmissable a film.


Sholoana Bangaliana Rating: 8/10


Chotushkone Movie Review By:

NiveditaMs. Nivedita Dey is a Post Graduate in English from Stella Maris College, Chennai and has been working in the films and television industry since 2006 as a story and script writer and creative consultant. Nivedita has written for TV programs for channels like Star Jalsha, Life OK, Star Plus, Channel 8 etc. Nivedita has spent quite a few years in Mumbai working in the entertainment Industry there and is currently based in Kolkata and is working as a writer and creative consultant for one of Kolkata’s leading Production Houses.

Nivedita has keen interest in literature, cinema, social and political issues and enjoys expressing her views by way of guest blogs and articles in popular columns and web portals.



Young Kolkata Singers Record for Upcoming Bengali film Chitra Audio music Album


Upcoming Bengali film Chitra is a romantic drama which will be talking about the happenings in the society and how one revolts against it. The music recording of three songs of this upcoming film took place at a recording studio in the city.

Mohul ( Dodo) Chakraborty is composing the music for this upcoming Bengali film. There are five songs in the film. Sidhu, Rupankar, Somlata, Mouli, Timir Biswas, Mohul (Dodo) Chakraborty and Ujjaini have lent their voices to the songs in the film. Mi amore, Khunsuti olpo beshi, Sur Chera are the three songs which were recorded. Mi Amore has been sung by Timir Biswas, Khunsuti olpo beshi by Ujjaini, Timir Biswas and Mohul (Dodo) Chakraborty while Sur Chera has been sung by Pujarini Ghosh who is also the lead actress in the movie.


“The film is essentially a love story. The film also has a strong underlying tone of women empowerment. Abhijit Bhattacharya plays the role of Neel who is an NRI. Pujarini Ghosh plays the role of Chitra, a college going student. They both fall in love. However society plays the villain and comes up to disturb the peace in their lives. What happens to their love story is what the audience will have to wait and see” said director Abhigyan Mukherjee, one of the youngest directors in the Tollywood film circuit, while speaking with Sholoana Bangaliana.  Speaking about the music in the film, the director also highlighted on the fact that the music will help in carrying forward the narrative of the film. The songs are not only present for the sake of it but are extremely important.


The film has Sudeshna Roy, Abhijit Bhattacharya, Pujarini Ghosh and Sushmita Bhattacharya in pivotal roles.

“Chitra” is produced under the banner of “Mahaveer Productions” and is scheduled to hit the theatres after Durga Puja 2014.

Priyanka Dutta