Sharing my first short film “The Cemetery”

Making a short film amid a host of odds and still enjoying every moment of the journey is probably the most enriching memory that I have for my first short film. With some due accolades from the international film festivals and a prime time telecast in one of the major national channels in India, "The Cemetery" has come …

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Uncovering the allegory behind B-Minor

There is something amazing about making short films - you nearly tend to depend on accidents for good things to happen! My second short film B-Minor is no exception! While we are meticulously working on the post production, I thought of uncovering the allegory behind B-Minor... If you ask me about the story: A young, blind guitarist, …

Balancing the number of Rotten Tomatoes!

For those who think independent cinema is almost like inviting cannons firing rotten tomatoes, our sacks are full! We are dreamers and we dream about making people perceive art differently. We like forcing a different thought. Why? How many films that you have watched helped you in expanding your thought, opinions or empathy for fellow human …

The plot of my first film – “The Cemetery”

Carole, a charming young woman in her late twenties comes down to Calcutta to take in her new-found freedom after her husband suffers a sudden death. She refuses to find pleasure in the materialistic beauty of the city and seeks for peace and solace in the midst of the graves of the South Park Street …

An effort featuring in a website!

How wonderful was that day when I first thought of using my petty digital camera to capture some moments of friendship on Kuldip's terrace. It was the afternoon of Vishwakarma Puja in Kolkata and people celebrate the day with worshiping their machines. Young lads and guys spend their day looking at the sky and managing …