Author: Utpal Datta

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Story of a Lonely Artist

Film Criticism | Behrupiya It sounds pathetic, but the reality is that a huge number of folk art forms are on the verge of vanishing from the world. There may be many reasons for...

Star Fades, Brilliance Shines On

The departure of Ustad Rashid Khan leaves a void in the realm of Indian classical music, casting a shadow of sorrow and emptiness that will endure for a considerable time. Rashid Khan, synonymous with...

Tora’s Husband: Honest and rooted

Tora’s Husband,’ the latest film by Rima Das, is simple in content and production. The film revolves around the transformation of the mindset of Jaan, an alcoholic young businessman and husband of Tora. Tora,...

“Malti”: Like a Flower, it spreads Fragrance

Film Criticism | Utpal Datta In Hindi, ‘Malti’ is the name of a little flower, distinguished by its delicate fragrance. The film “Malti” opens with a woman in her thirties entering a house. Two...

The story of an ice-cold relationship

Film review | Utpal Datta It’s approaching evening, and a woman in her forties is seated in her house, engrossed in a video conference on her laptop. The phone rings, prompting her to step...