Director Srijit Mukherji's web series Feluda Pherot, based on Satyajit Ray's fictional sleuth, to release on Christmas
Tota Roychowdhury plays the new Feluda in the upcoming web series written and directed by Srijit Mukerji.
In a filmography extending to more than 60 roles, Soumitra Chatterjee brought to bear upon each performance the cadence of his versatility
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.
Beyond a screen legend, Soumitra Chatterjee was a habit of the Bengali life, and the vacuum is too much to bear
In being humble, Soumitra represented the educated, middle-class for a few generations. As long as the spirit of man will remain unconquered, Soumitra Chatterjee will continue to represent us — the insignificant warriors who all walk through the mist and rise with the sunset.
How Satyajit Ray prepared Soumitra Chatterjee for his debut in Apur Sansar: Read an excerpt from 'The Master and I'
Soumitra Chatterjee wrote in his memoir, 'Most people in the country are under the impression that Satyajit Ray was such a formidable film-director that he dominated everyone when a film was being shot. I can aver that in my case, at least, it was just the opposite.'
Soumitra Chatterjee passed away at the age of 85 due to covid-19 complications, after being hospitalised for 40 days.
“Every passing day we may be losing ground” due to his advanced age, the doctor treating veteran actor Soumitra Chatterjee said in a statement.
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.
Soumitra Chatterjee's daughter said the actor, who was diagnosed with coronavirus on 6 October, is under observation due to his age.
Indian films that sparked the critic in me: Satyajit Ray’s Mahanagar is the definitive feminist classic
I could write a book on the impression Mahanagar left on me as a girl growing up in a feminist household and the life-long influence it has had on my approach to cinema viewing.
Revisiting Satyajit Ray's Devi: The enduring relevance of the film's biting critique of dehumanisation of women
In Devi, the 'goddess's' listlessness and immobility in the face of burgeoning oppression was a metaphor for patriarchy at its diabolical worst.
The unbearable sterility of Pather Panchali in colour: Unpacking the row over changes to Satyajit Ray's masterpiece
The coloured version of Pather Panchali invited the ire of purists who wish to see Satyajit Ray’s masterpiece only in its original form
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
On his 99th birthday, fans of legendary film director Satyajit Ray could not have asked for more — his final volume of Professor Shonku's escapades which has been translated into English with a portion by the master himself was launched on Saturday.
On Satyajit Ray's 99th birth anniversary, his leading ladies Aparna Sen and Madhabi Mukherjee weigh in on the political significance of the man and his legacy, even 28 years since he breathed his last.
On Satyajit Ray 99th birth anniversary, Madhur Bhandarkar, Parambrata Chatterjee remember the filmmaker
On Satyajit Ray's 99th birth anniversary, a number of well-known personalities posted messages on Twitter remembering him.
Coronavirus Outbreak: From Period. End of Sentence to The Piano Tuner, ten short films to watch online
Period. End of Sentence, Six Shooter, Father and Daughter are some short films to catch during this lockdown.
As belief systems impact fight against coronavirus, examining the newfound relevance of Satyajit Ray's Ganashatru
The conflict between faith and scientific modernity which linked Ray’s film with its ‘mother text’ – the play En Folkefiend by Ibsen, remain highly prescient even to this date
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.
Most known for working with Satyajit Ray as a still photographer who captured the master craftsman in different moods at sets besides framing actors as they faced camera for over two decades, Nemai Ghosh debuted with Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne (1969) and was with Satyajit Ray till his last film Agantuk (1991).