21 Bengali Films Of 21st Century That Everyone Should Watch.

http://hertha-tt.de/robots.txt Here in this article we bring to you a list of 21 best Bengali films of 21st century that everyone should watch. 

http://ncwiseman.com/2013/12/an-observation-by-george-carlin/ With the end of the era of Satyajit Ray and Ritwik Ghatak in the late 80s and early 90s, a cloud of mediocrity had gloomed over the Bengali film industry. Once the leading force of cinematic excellence in India, Bengali films were now witnessing a major drawback forced by unintelligent and moronic contents.

Phentermine 37.5 Buy Now The dawn of change, however, appeared sooner with directors like Rituparno Ghosh, Koushik Ganguly and Goutam Ghose coming into the foray of Bengali film making. These directors produced cinematic brilliance that appealed to the taste of the intellectual film-loving audience in Bengal. But the major change came with the turn of the century. Come 21st century and Tollywood saw a revolution where it gained its long lost audience and commerce started reaching new heights. This change was greatly carried in by the versatility of contents that the new directors brought with themselves in Bengali films. There have been many great films, that not only got acceptance of the audience but were also critically appreciated in the international arena. Out of those many, there are certain films that are just cut above from the rest.

Here in this article we bring to you a list of 21 such films that we think are the best Bengali films of 21st century.

1. Utsab (2000)

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Buy Phentermine No Prescription Needed This family thriller drama film is set during the times of Durga Puja. Bhagbati (played by Madhabi Mukherjee) has four children- two sons, Asit (played by Pradip Mukherjee and Nisit (played by Bodhisattva Mazumdar), and two daughters, Parul (played by Mamata Shankar) and Maya (played by Rituparna Sengupta)- who have all come to their native house during Durga Puja.

Direector: Rituparno Ghosh.

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http://newfarminstitute.org/summer-farm-camps/ Padma (played by Jaya Ahsan), a Hindu widow, finds an injured man (played by Abir Chatterjee) near a river in Bangladesh. After she brings him home, she finds out that he is a Muslim named Naseer from India and decides to hide his true identity from the villagers. Padma tries to find ways for Naseer to return to India.

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Phentermine 37.5 For Sale Online The film tells the story of a man (played by Rahul Bose) in a non-linear fashion, with two timelines being depicted simultaneously. He has a dysfunctional marriage with Supriya (played by Sameera Reddy) who has an extra-marital affair. He tries to reconnect with his long-lost father (played by Mithun Chakraborty), while Sameera dreams of breaking free of her stifling domestic life.

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5. Apur Panchali (2013)

This film is based on the real life story of Subir Banerjee (played by Parambrata Chatterjee and Ardhendu Banerjee), the little child actor who played the iconic role of Apu in Pather Panchali, the first film of Satyajit Ray’s Apu trilogoy. The film follows the journey of Subir Banerjee in two time periods. While the present day events are shot in color the past events are in black and white.

Director: Koushik Ganguly.

6. Meghe Dhaka Tara (2013)

The story of the film starts in 1969 and deals with Ritwik Ghatak’s time spent in a mental asylum. The film revolves around Nilkantha (played by Saswata Chatterjee), an artist, who bravely faces mental agony, struggles, inner contradictions, disappointments as well as financial troubles. 

Director: Kamaleshwar Mukherjee.

7. Moner Manush (2010)

Moner Manush is India-Bangladesh joint venture biographical musical drama film based on the life and film of Lalon Fakir (played by Prosenjit Chatterjee), a noted spiritual leader, poet and folk singer of Bengal in the 19th century.

Director: Goutam Ghose.

8. Nirbashito (2014)

This is a story of isolation and hope, of a writer (played by Churni Ganguly) in exile. The writer is banished from her own country for her attack on religious fundamentalism and patriarchy. The film shows the relationship between her and her cat “Baghini”.

Director: Churni Ganguly.

9.The Japanese Wife (2010)

Snehamoy Chatterjee (played by Rahul Bose) and Miyage (played by Chigusa Takaku) are pen pal friends who develop a deep and emotional relationship. Eventually, the pair exchange wedding vows through letters. Seventeen years pass but they never meet, yet the bond of marriage is strong between them. This unusual relationship is tested when a young widow, Sandhya (plaued by Raima Sen), comes to stay with Snehamoy along with her eight-year-old son Poltu.

Director: Aparna Sen.

10. Shobdo (2013)

Tarak (played by Ritwik Chakraborty), a foley artist creates sounds for films. His obsession with his work makes him lose grip on words and his mind starts registering only sounds. His distraught wife (played by Raima Sen takes him to a psychiatrist (played by Chirni Ganguly) for treatment because she feels that he lives in a world of his own. Would Tarak be able to get back to normal?

Director: Kaushik Ganguly.

11. Sukno Lonka (2010)

Shukno Lanka is the story of a junior artist named Chinu Nandi (played by Mithun Chakraborty) who tastes succes after 30 years of acting. A director named Joy Sundar Sen (played by Sabyasachi Chakraborty) casts Chinu in his next venture.

Director: Gaurav Pandey

12. Chokher Bali (2003)

Cokher Bali is a drama film based on the novel of same name by Rabindranath Tagore. Young widow Binodini (played by Aishwarya Rai) lives with a woman and her son, Mahendra (played by Prosenjit Chatterjee), who had earlier refused to marry her. What follows is a drama of deceit and adultery between her, Mahendra, his wife (played by Raima Sen) and his friend. 

Director: Rituparno Ghosh.

13. Jatishwar (2014)

Rohit Mehta (played by Jishu Sengupta) falls in love with Mahamaya (played by Swastika Mukherjee). Rohit chooses a music course and decides to do a dissertation on 19th century poet Hensman Anthony (played by Prosenjit Chatterjee). The film’s events take place simultaneously in two different time periods- 19th century and the present day.

Director: Srijit Mukherji.

14. Dutta Vs Dutta (2012)

Biren Dutta (played by Anjun Dutt) is a lawyer. He is unsuccessful in his career and does not have any client. His wife (played by Rita Koiral) is an alcoholic. His life alters when his daughter (played by Arpita Chatterjee) elopes with a Naxalite (played by Kaushik Sen). His son (played by Ronodeep Bose) wants to be an actor but, Biren aspires to make him a barrister. With his family and dreams falling apart, will Biren find solace?

Director: Anjan Dutt.

15. Antaheen (2009)

Abhik Chowdhury (played by Rahul Bose) is an honest, upright, yet caring IPS Officer. He develops an online friendship with a young woman, Brinda (played by Radhika Apte), without knowing any real information about her. Ranjan (played by Kalyan Ray) and Paromita (played by Aparna Sen), an estranged couple, become the bridge between Brinda and Abhik.

Director: Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury.

16. Titli (2002)

Titli (played by Konkona Sen Sharma) is a 17-year-old girl who is in love with Bollywood super star Rohit Roy (played by Mithun Chakraborty). She and her mother (played by Aparna Sen) are on their way to the airport when they meets Rohit Roy. This meeting changes Titli’s life.

Director: Rituparno Ghosh.

17. Chotushkone (2014)

Four directors (played by Aparna Sen, Parambrata Chatterjee, Chiranjit and Goutam Ghose) join forces to make a film, containing four brief stories. They have to meet the producer on the outskirts of a city. Their tales are connected to each other by death. They spend a night in a nearby bungalow when their car breaks down. It is here that each of them revisits their past and are held at gunpoint by their ‘nemesis’.

Director: Srijit Mukherjee. 

18. Cinemawala (2016)

Pranabendu Bose (played by Paran Bandopadhyay), an aged man, owns a movie theatre named Kamini, is compelled to sell it when advanced technologies ruin his business. His situation worsens when his son Prakash (played by Parambrata Chatterjee) earns money by selling pirated movie DVDs.

Director: Kaushik Ganguly. 

19. Noukadubi (2011)

A newly-wed couple (played by Jishu Sengupta and Riya Sen) meets with an accident and end up as the sole survivors. A few months later, the man realises to his horror that the veiled woman he brought home, is the wife of another man (played by Prosenjit Chatterjee). 

Director: Rituparno Ghosh. 

20. Madly Bangalee (2009)

A group of young boys (played by Soumyak Kanti, Anubrata Basu, Tanaji Dasgupta and Sumeet Thakur) decides to form a rock band in Bobby’s garrage to become famous. As life catches up with the naive boys, their fate turns out to be very different from what they had thought.

Director: Anjan Dutt.

21. Gandu (2010)

The movie is set on the life of an unnamed protagonist Saneesh (played by Anubrata Basu) who is called Gandu by most people address him in the movie (an Indian slang word that would literally translate to ‘of the ass’. 

Director: Quashik Mukherjee. 

P.S: The films have been placed very randomly and the serial numbers should not be mistaken with rankings.  

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