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.
Unfortunately, for most of its two-hour duration, Bibaho Obhijaan is simply not funny enough.
With Vinci Da, Srijit Mukherji seems to have consciously cut down the cinematic flab that had begun to creep into his films
Flat No. 609 movie review: Arindam Bhattacharya's genre-defying attempt is nothing you haven't seen before
Flat No. 609 finally ends up as two decent and yet disparate pieces of cinema – which just don’t seem to come together as a seamless, wholesome work of art.
Ek Je Chilo Raja first look: Srijit Mukherji's courtroom drama creates a mysterious world of decaying heritage
Ek Je Chilo Raja is based on the Bhawal case, an extended court case about a possible impostor who claimed to be the prince of Bhawal