Angrezi Medium premieres on Disney+ Hotstar during Coronavirus lockdown; will other delayed films also go digital?
Coronavirus outbreak forced films like Angrezi Medium out of theatres immediately upon release, which prompted the makers to strike a deal with Disney+ Hotstar.
Nirban movie review: Despite a powerhouse act by Rakhee, Gautam Halder's promising film comes up short
Had the script been tighter, Gautam Halder’s Nirban could have found some semblance of cinematic salvation. What it ends up being, instead, is one big bore.
Buro Sadhu movie review: Debutant director Vik proves he's a fine craftsman with this richly detailed triumph
Ritwick Chakraborty in Buro Sadhu is brilliant as the young man who is disillusioned, callous, frightened and in the throes of alcoholism-induced hallucinations in various stages of his life.
Kedara movie review: Kaushik Ganguly is superlative in Indraadip Dasgupta’s perfectly executed debut film
In his debut feature film Kedara (The Armchair), Indraadip Dasgupta has shown exceptional potential in dealing with a sensitive subject and creating a heart-warming film out of it.
Mitin Mashi movie review: A flawed detective caper that's saved by strong performances and laudable idea
In the film, Mitin Mashi, or Pragyaparamita Mukherjee, is a private detective with her own Kolkata Police approved agency
Parcel movie review: Indrasis Acharya's tale exposes the rot that lies just below a picturesque facade
Despite being a ‘thriller’, Parcel is a slow burn of a film, like its predecessor Pupa
Gumnaami: Subhas Chandra Bose's kin claims Srijit Mukherji's film has no connection with freedom fighter
Chandra Kumar Bose, kin of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose claimed that there is no connection between Netaji and filmmaker Srijit Mukherji's Gumnaami.
Ek Je Chhilo Raja wins National Award: How the Bengali film modernised the intriguing tale of Bhawal Sanyasi
Ek Je Chhilo Raja not only cements the regional industry's deftness in such subjects, but also stands as a wonderful exception to Srijit's quirky, contemporary works, like Baishe Srabon and Hemlock Society.
The execution of Shakkhi is quite disappointing, and at every stage, it turned out to be an uphill task simply to remain invested in it.
The latest victim of baseless protests by fringe groups is the upcoming Bengali film Rong Beronger Kori (The Many Colours of Money) by director Ranjan Ghosh
The trailer of the much awaited Bengali film Amazon Obhijaan starring Bengali star Dev released today and it promises to be the adventure of a lifetime
Doob: No Bed of Roses is one of Irrfan Khan's most well performed characters since 2013's The Lunchbox. It is he who makes the film a must-watch
Srijit Mukherji wanted to originally make Begum Jaan as a HIndi, Bengali bilingual with Vidya Balan in the lead.