In a filmography extending to more than 60 roles, Soumitra Chatterjee brought to bear upon each performance the cadence of his versatility
As Feluda COVID-19 test rolls out, few tributes could be as apt for Soumitra Chatterjee and iconic character he portrayed
If this paper strip test is rolled out successfully, Feluda will walk once more among us, solving the Corona mystery, the same disease that sent Soumitra Chatterjee to the hospital in the first place. Feluda has cracked his final case, the one we thought had finally defeated him.
The CRISPR Feluda COVID-19 test was given approved for use by the Indian Council of Medical Research in September.
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.
Bankrolled by SVF Films, Satyajit Ray's iconic characters Feluda and Professor Shonku will feature in a yet-to-be-titled film directed by his son Sandip Ray.
COVID-19 cases may increase in winter, Feluda test rollout expected soon, says Centre; tally crosses 70 lakh
The Union health ministry also said that the single-day spike in deaths in the country has remained less than 1,000 for eight consecutive days
In the fifth episode of 'Sunday Samvaad', the health minister also said the decision on emergency use authorisation for vaccines against the virus will depend on results of the clinical trials
Feluda is the detective character from the legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray's stories and the Indian version to 'Detector' and 'Sherlock'.
Sagnik Chatterjee's documentary does a rather impressive job of celebrating the phenomenon called Feluda.
A documentary on Ray's Feluda and Girl Fact, a short on a teenager's survival guide to sex slavery, will be screened on Day 5 of PIFF
Asche Abar Shabor (Here Comes Shabor Again) is the third film in his Detective Shabor series, and while the effort to bring the character to screen is quite commendable, the film itself is let down by poor writing, a ridiculously slow pace, dull characters and what has come to be known as the curse of the second half.
Joy Baba Felunath is a beautifully told story, with a brilliant twist at the end, and with all the ingredients that make for perfect entertainment at the movies
Satyajit Ray strongly believed what great storytellers have always said — that entertainment and intelligence can co-exist without affecting each other in a negative way. Feluda’s Sonar Kella is the perfect example of that belief
Bengal produced two great detectives — Feluda and Byomkesh Bakshi. And yet, if you were to ask the average Bengali reader to name his or her favourite detective, chances are, Feluda’s name will be taken first.
Bengalis tend to take their “kalchaaar” very seriously and there are few personalities that we hold in higher regard than Satyajit Ray.
CISCE has decided to include popular books like the Harry Potter series for junior and middle school students with ICSE board as part of their English Literature syllabus.
Even as we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie's birth, it seems that crime fiction in India is finally coming of age
Ray married occidental with the oriental and transcended the borders of watertight definitions that we use to define men whose genius we cannot comprehend.
With Abir Chatterjee now set to essay the role of popular fictional sleuth 'Feluda' crafted by Ray in upcoming 'Badshahi Angti', the most expensive Bengali detective film till this date, director Sandip Ray feels people will be intrigued with the transition in his image from 'Byomkesh Bakshi'.