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Kishore Kumar's letter to 'Manik mama' Satyajit Ray from November 1963 dug up by filmmaker-son Sandip Ray
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Kishore Kumar's letter to 'Manik mama' Satyajit Ray from November 1963 dug up by filmmaker-son Sandip Ray

The letter was written by Kishore Kumar, explaining to Satyajit Ray why he won't be able to come down to Kolkata from Mumbai at that point in time for recording a song for the iconic film Charulata

Remembering Nemai Ghosh: The unassuming man behind the extraordinary photographer
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Remembering Nemai Ghosh: The unassuming man behind the extraordinary photographer

Photographer Nemai Ghosh's enviable eye for detail and perseverance steered him through 25 years with Satyajit Ray, where he meticulously recorded every moment of his movement through film sets, dubbing and recording studios, and even his home. Ray's son Sandip takes us down memory lane, tracing the life of an extraordinary man.

Professor Shonku O El Dorado movie review: Satyajit Ray's memorable scientist doesn't come to life in son's film
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Professor Shonku O El Dorado movie review: Satyajit Ray's memorable scientist doesn't come to life in son's film

Professor Shonku O El Dorado is as incalculable a loss as the usurping of the famed scientist’s greatest inventions.

Satyajit Ray's characters Goopy Gyne and Baaghi Byne to return in Anindya Chatterjee's remake
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Satyajit Ray's characters Goopy Gyne and Baaghi Byne to return in Anindya Chatterjee's remake

The new Goopy-Bagha film would be produced by Purnima Pictures, which had presented the first children's fantasy in 1969.

Satyajit Ray's scientist-inventor character Professor Shonku gets a big screen adaptation
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Satyajit Ray's scientist-inventor character Professor Shonku gets a big screen adaptation

Noted Bengali actor Dhritiman Chatterjee, who acted in a number of films by Satyajit Ray, would portray the title role in the film titled Professor Shonku O El Dorado.

A street named...? Now Satyajit Ray gets a 'sarani'...err...'dharani' from Mamata in road renaming spree
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A street named...? Now Satyajit Ray gets a 'sarani'...err...'dharani' from Mamata in road renaming spree

The chief minister has acclaimed poets like Joy Goswami and popular song writers like Nachiketa on her side but when it comes to cultural matters she sees herself as second to none.

Satyajit Ray's wife Bijoya Ray passes away after prolonged illness
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Satyajit Ray's wife Bijoya Ray passes away after prolonged illness

Legendary film-maker Satyajit Ray's widow Bijoya Ray died in the city on Tuesday after a prolonged illness.

Abir Chatterjee the best actor to play Feluda now: Sandip Ray
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Abir Chatterjee the best actor to play Feluda now: Sandip Ray

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'.

A Talaash in new India: No place left to haunt
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A Talaash in new India: No place left to haunt

Talaash is not a universal film because there's a supernatural element says Aamir Khan.He's right. Ghosts feel terribly old-fashioned in our new India. It's not because we are more rational. We just have no room.

Satyajit Ray character Shonku to get his own film
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Satyajit Ray character Shonku to get his own film

Late filmmaker Satyajit Ray's son Sandip Ray said on his father's 92nd birth anniversary Wednesday that he will make a film on Professor Shonku, a character created by his father

Happy B'day, Satyajit Ray - still Indian cinema's banyan tree
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Happy B'day, Satyajit Ray - still Indian cinema's banyan tree

Satyajit Ray would have been 91 today. Perhaps one should say he is 91 today because like a banyan tree his influence lives on even in brand new films like Kahaani. Sharmila Tagore, Aparna Sen and his son Sandip Ray remember the master.