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The Ray heroine is as significant as the hero of any screenplay but never needs to engage in a contest of gender supremacy or undermine his presence in her world
How Shoojit Sircar's Piku, Satyajit Ray's Aranyer Din Ratri transport me back to dining table, food escapades of my Bengali home
"Interestingly, Piku is obsessed with food in a way that's familiar to all upper-class Bengalis, but the obsession manifests through the constant talk of shit and diseases, which also, very honestly, is quite familiar to this group of people."
Bela Sheshe to Asukh, celebrating Soumitra Chatterjee's iconic performances beyond the Satyajit Ray universe
Chatterjee’s body of work, spanning over 300 films, is vast, versatile, and defining. He became representative of the educated Bengali middle-class in a way that was both accessible and aspirational.
Nemai Ghosh, who is displaying the candid photographs he took of Satyajit Ray, speaks about how the filmmaker encouraged and mentored him
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.
Sujoy Ghosh's short film Anukul is based on a short story of the same name, written by Satyajit Ray back in the year 1976.
Of lipsticks, labels and desires: Why Satyajit Ray’s reel women continue to resonate with real women
The reel women of Satyajit Ray have already passed the test of time. And they will continue to love, suffer, beguile and seduce as long as his films exist.
There are many people who consider Aranyer Din Ratri (Days and Nights of the Forest) the best film of Satyajit Ray’s post-Apu Trilogy career.