In a filmography extending to more than 60 roles, Soumitra Chatterjee brought to bear upon each performance the cadence of his versatility
How Satyajit Ray prepared Soumitra Chatterjee for his debut in Apur Sansar: Read an excerpt from 'The Master and I'
Soumitra Chatterjee wrote in his memoir, 'Most people in the country are under the impression that Satyajit Ray was such a formidable film-director that he dominated everyone when a film was being shot. I can aver that in my case, at least, it was just the opposite.'
Soumitra Chatterjee passed away at the age of 85 due to covid-19 complications, after being hospitalised for 40 days.
“Every passing day we may be losing ground” due to his advanced age, the doctor treating veteran actor Soumitra Chatterjee said in a statement.
Revisiting Satyajit Ray's Devi: The enduring relevance of the film's biting critique of dehumanisation of women
In Devi, the 'goddess's' listlessness and immobility in the face of burgeoning oppression was a metaphor for patriarchy at its diabolical worst.
Steve McQueen's thriller Widows will open the 62nd London Film Festival while Jon S. Baird's Stan & Ollie will close the fest
Remembering Satyajit Ray's best films on his 97th birth anniversary, from the Apu trilogy to Aranyer Din Ratri
A look at Satyajit Ray's nine most important cinematic masterpieces.
Apur Sansar marks the debut of both Soumitra Chattopadhyay and Sharmila Tagore, as Apu and Aparna respectively, both of whom went on to appear in a number of films by Satyajit Ray
Soumitra Chatterjee, veteran Bengali actor known for Satyajit Ray films, presented with France's Legion d'Honneur
Soumitra Chatterjee made his movie debut in Satyajit Ray's masterpiece Apur Sansar (the world of Apu) — the third part of the Apu Trilogy — in 1959. He has acted in over 90 films till date.
Stories about Kolkata ’s cosmopolitan heritage rarely include the Marwaris, invoking instead its vanishing Jews and its fading Armenians
Ahalya is the sort of film you find yourself sharing on a friend's wall urging them to watch it ASAP
Soumitra Chatterjee might well be the king of contemplation in all of Indian cinema. In his debut performance in Apur Sansar, he re-calibrated the bar for making pensiveness attractive by giving it real depth and emotional heft.