Benche Thakar Gaan (2016)
102 Min | Comedy | Drama
A young gerontologist lands up leaving a lucrative career as a psychiatrist in the city. In this home she faces her boss Dr Partho Sinha, a strict disciplinarian, who has built this home for all those who can afford to live well but are not able to live either with their families or alone due to certain circumstances.
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Shawshank Redeems Hollywood
19 June 2018 by Rana Chakraborty
Can Hollywood, usually creating things for entertainment purposes only, create art? To create something of this nature, a director must approach it in a most meticulous manner, due to the delicacy of the process. Such a daunting task requires an extremely capable artist with an undeniable managerial capacity and an acutely developed awareness of each element of art in their films, the most prominent; music, visuals, script, and acting. These elements, each equally important, must succeed independently, yet still form a harmonious union, because this mixture determines the fate of the artist's opus. Though already well known amongst his colleagues for his notable skills at writing and directing, Frank Darabont emerges with his feature film directorial debut, The Shawshank Redemption. Proving himself already a master of the craft, Darabont managed to create one of the most recognizable independent releases in the history of Hollywood. The Shawshank Redemption defines a genre, defies the odds, compels the emotions, and brings an era of artistically influential films back to Hollywood.
Dwijen Banerjee, Paran Banerjee, Gargi Roy Chowdhury, Tota Roy Chowdhury, Anamika Saha
Abhijit Guha, Sudeshna Roy
Raja Narayan Deb
Director of Photography
Abhishek Basu Roy