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Prosenjit: If Bangladesh opens its market, Bengali cinema can prosper

whose latest film Jaatishwar will get a countrywide release Friday, says Bengali films can prosper if Bangladesh opens its market for...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Entertainment

Aparna Sen calls for releasing Bengali films in Bangladesh

Critically acclaimed filmmaker Aparna Sen Friday said showcasing Bengali films in Bangladesh would greatly benefit the West Bengal film...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Prosenjit Chatterjee: If Bangladesh opens its market, Bengali cinema can prosper

Prosenjit Chatterjee: If Bangladesh opens its market, Bengali cinema can prosperBengali cinema superstar Prosenjit Chatterjee, whose latest film "Jaatishwar" will get a countrywide release Friday, says Bengali films can prosper if Bangladesh opens its market for them.The 51-year-old, who has featured in over 300 films, including “Chokher Bali” and “Dosar”, considers Bangladesh a good market to sell...
Source : Headlinesindia |
Category : Entertainment

Prosenjit: If Bangladesh opens its market, Bengali cinema can prosper

whose latest film "Jaatishwar" will get a countrywide release Friday, says Bengali films can prosper if Bangladesh opens its market for them.The 51-year-old, who has featured in over 300 films, including "Chokher Bali" and "Dosar", considers Bangladesh a good market to sell Bengali films made in India."But there are political and social commitments. And due to piracy of our films there we are not able...
Source : Real Bollywood |
Category : Others | City : New Delhi

Prosenjit: If Bangladesh opens its market, Bengali cinema can prosper

whose latest film "Jaatishwar" will get a countrywide release Friday, says Bengali films can prosper if Bangladesh opens its market for them.The 51-year-old, who has featured in over 300 films, including "Chokher Bali" and "Dosar", considers Bangladesh a good market to sell Bengali films made in India."But there are political and social commitments. And due to piracy of our films there we are not able...
Source : Prokerala |
Category : City | City : National

Prosenjit Chatterjee: If Bangladesh opens its market, Bengali cinema can prosper

whose latest film "Jaatishwar" will get a countrywide release Friday, says Bengali films can prosper if Bangladesh opens its market for them.The 51-year-old, who has featured in over 300 films, including "Chokher Bali" and "Dosar", considers Bangladesh a good market to sell Bengali films made in India."But there are political and social commitments. And due to piracy of our films there we are not able...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : NRI

Aparna Sen calls for releasing Bengali films in Bangladesh

Critically acclaimed filmmaker Aparna Sen Friday said showcasing Bengali films in Bangladesh would greatly benefit the West Bengal film industry."If the Bangladesh gates to our films are openedif our films are distributed thereit would be a huge benefit.""I don't know why it isn't somaybe people don't know the procedure," Aparna Sen said during a session at the maiden Kolkata Language and Literature...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Entertainment | City : Kolkata

Aparna Sen calls for releasing Bengali films in Bangladesh

Kolkata, Jan 31: Critically acclaimed filmmaker Aparna Sen Friday said showcasing Bengali films in Bangladesh would greatly benefit the West Bengal film industry."If the Bangladesh gates to our films are openedif our films are distributed thereit would be a huge benefit.""I don't know why it isn't somaybe people don't know the procedure," Aparna Sen said during a session at the maiden Kolkata Language...
Source : Real Bollywood |
Category : Others | City : Kolkata

Aparna Sen calls for releasing Bengali films in Bangladesh

Critically acclaimed filmmaker Aparna Sen Friday said showcasing Bengali films in Bangladesh would greatly benefit the West Bengal film industry. "If the Bangladesh gates to our films are opened...if our films are distributed there...it would be a huge benefit." "I don't know why it isn't so...maybe people don't know the......
Source : Prokerala |
Category : Entertainment

Bangladesh protests against 'distortions' in movie 'Gunday'

Bangladesh protested on Sunday to India about the "distortion" of historical facts regarding the 1971 Liberation War in the new Indian film "Gunday" and requested authorities to stop its screening."The government of Bangladesh has also expressed its deep sense of hurt and disappointment about clearing of the film by the Central Board of Film Certification, Government of India," a foreign office statement...
Source : Ndtv |
Category : Others