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Chakranto (1990) Bengali Film starring Ranjit Mullick and Moon Moon Sen

Thursday, July 14th, 2011
Bengali Movie Chakranto 1990 - Ranjit Mullick
Bengali Movie Chakranto 1990 – Ranjit Mullick

September 15, 2010, KOLKATA (Calcutta Tube): CHAKRANTA (or Chakranto) is a 1990 Bengali film directed by Amal Sur starring Ranjit Mullik, Moon Moon Sen, Robi Ghosh, Samit Bhanja, Biplab Chatterjee, Sumanta Mukherjee and others. Noted music director Shantimoy Mukherjee has scored the music for the movie Samadhan. Max has released the golden age Bengali film in VCDs. Purchase your copy online today.

Buy Chakranto Bangla Movie Online: Price: India Rs.49 / Worldwide $1.63

Cast and Crew:

  • Country: India
  • Language: Bengali
  • Year: 1990
  • Color/BW: COLOR
  • Category: Feature Film
  • Genre: Drama
  • Cast: Ranjit Mullik, Moon Moon Sen, Robi Ghosh, Samit Bhanja, Biplab Chatterjee, Sumanta Mukherjee
  • Director: Amal Sur

Music Director: Shantimoy MukherjeeDVD Details

  • Format: VCD
  • Label:Moser Baer
  • No Of Disks: 2

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Other Bengali Films released in 1990:

Film Year Director
Andho Bichar 1990 Shakti Samanta
Bhagyalipi 1990 Sujit
Bolidan 1990 Anil Ganguly
Ashrita 1990 Chandra Barot
Jiban Sangi 1990 Rabi Kinagi
Avishkar 1990 Salil Dutta
Agnikanya 1990 Gopal Gupta
Badnam 1990 Shibu Mitra
Ladai 1990 Rana Mukherjee
Gharer Bou 1990 S S Roy
Anurag 1990 Jahar Biswas
Hirak Jayanti 1990 Anjan Choudhury
Mon Mayuri 1990 Biresh Chatterjee
Shakha Prashakha 1990 Satyajit Ray
Raja Badsha 1990 Palash Bannerjee
Garmil 1990 Dilip Roy
Mandira 1990 Sujit Guha
Raktareen 1990 Sushil Mukherjee
Abhimanyu 1990 Biplab Chatterjee
Swarna Trisha 1990 Mangal Chakraborty
Debota 1990 Abhijeet Sen
Byabodhan 1990 Dilip Mukherjee
Alingan 1990 Tapan Saha
Papi 1990 Prabhat Roy
Bhangagara 1990 Guru Bagchi

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Target: The Final Mission (2010): Mithun Chakraborty-Buy Bengali Film

Monday, July 11th, 2011

July 11, 2011 (Calcutta Tube): Purchase the Bengali Film TARGET starring Mithun Chakraborty online from CalcullaTube affiliate. BUY DVD

Target Bengali Film Trailer

  • Target: The Final Mission (2010)
  • Country: India
  • Language: Bengali
  • Year: 2010
  • Color/BW: COLOR
  • Category: Feature Film
  • Genre: Action, Drama
  • Cast: Mithun Chakraborty, Joy, Sayantika Banerjee, Dipankar Dey, Shyamal Dutta, Santu Mukherjee, Biswajit Chakraborty, Sonali Chowdhury, Neel Mukherjee
  • Director: Raja Chanda
  • Music Director: Jeet Ganguly
  • Format: DVD
  • Label: Dhoom Video
  • Catalog No: DVDVD 06-E
  • DVD Region: All Region
  • No Of Disks: 1
The Final Mission (2010) Bengali Film Purchase Online-Mithun Chakraborty

The Final Mission (2010) Bengali Film Purchase Online-Mithun Chakraborty

Mrigaya (Royal Hunt) 1976 Hindi Film Review: Mithun’s master act in Mrinal Sen’s masterpiece

Saturday, October 9th, 2010

Mrigaya-Bengali Film by Mrinal Sen
Buy -Mrigaya-Hindi Film by Mrinal Sen

October 9, 2010 (Calcutta Tube): This is a testament to the great talent of Mrinal Sen and Mithun, who is the only actor in the history of Indian cinema to win the laurels (national and international awards) in his debut act. It is indeed a sheer pleasure to see him play a fearless young tribal man, proud and noble, exuding raw energy in every frame in a simple langooti (loincloth).

Cast and Crew:

  • Writer and Director: Mrinal Sen
  • Cast: Mithun Chakraborty and Mamta Shanker , Ajit Banerjee, Samit Bhanja, Shekhar Chatterjee, Reba Roy Chowdhury, Sujal Roy Chowdhury, Anup Kumar Das, Anup Kumar, Sadhu Meher, Gyanesh Mukherjee, Robert Wright, Ann Wright
  • Language: English, Hindi and Urdu [fascinating]
  • Duration: Perfect
  • Rating: A genuine masterpiece
  • Awards: All the national awards plus a lot of international awards
  • Review By: Dr Usman Latif Khawaja

He is the son of the local village headman, somewhere in the mountains of north-eastern India . In the last days of British Raaj, who loves a local young woman (Mamta Shankar), she happens to be abducted by a local money lender, in lieu for the debt of ten rupees owed by her father to the Mahajan, who is the local equivalent of shylock, except this man holds nothing sacred, whether a human  life or a woman’s virtue, he violates every code of ethics, in one scene where a child is eaten by a tiger he consoles the bereaving family by telling them at least they have one less mouth to feed.

So begins the Royal Hunt (Mrigaya), a proud warrior on a quest alone against a corrupt system, a solo young man in search of justice even if it has to be self acquired and a landmark in world cinema. I say so because the remarkable similarities between this movie and Apocalypto are too many to be coincidental, only Mel Gibson has not given any comments on his inspiration.

The character of the hunter who is also the quarry is a unique portrayal by Mithun, his eyes glowing like fireballs set against his darkly handsome countenance with his superb physique, and he looks more like a jaguar on the hunt which is indeed royal by any comparison.

The subplot of his brief friendship with the local Anglo administrator who befriends him and becomes his ardent admirer in respect of his unique hunting talent is a very relevant comet on the colonisation of India and the evils and benefits we derived from that experience. The sympathetic English woman who plays the wife of the commissioner is a symbol for the virtues the British brought to India along with the corruptions as well.

The setting is natural, no sets are erected, and it’s the adivasi village and the colonial mansion and the forest which is the playground for this master class in how to direct an entertaining movie on a shoestring budget.

The symbolic white costumes reflect the purity of the two main characters, as does the rest of the simple yet totally relevant wardrobe used in the movie, the whites contrast brilliantly with the beautiful black Dravidians bodies of Mithun and Mamta, a tribute to the natives of the sub-continent.

The cinematographer is superb in the manner he conveys the calm and quiet, yet the frenzy of the climax, the movie is shot in various techniques, maybe one of the first movies in India where the camera is being handheld to convey the feelings and experiences of the characters directly to the audience.

The luscious greens of the tea estates and the rocky terrain alternatively help to build the mood of the movie from a soft core to a terrifying climax; the landscape plays a vital role in storytelling.

The background musical score is authentically ethnic as is the movie with tribal women chanting in local dialect melodiously while reaping the harvest or the simple tabla playing in frenzy in the chase sequences culminating in a frantic mood.

The director is brilliant, to say the least, every sequence is meticulously planned and the brilliant scene in the colonial compound where the triumvirate of the English, the old Muslim guardsman and Mithun talk about the remains of a human skull dig out from the grounds reflecting on the vanity of human existence is uniquely executed in English, Urdu and Hindi languages, symbolising the rich culture of the paradox that India is, and yet Mrinal Sen doesn’t betray his characters or the audience into sentimentality or unnecessary violent gore, a tribute to his aesthetic sense and to his cinematic genius.

He succeeds in making a master thriller without any stuntmen or special effects, a lesson for today’s filmmakers who have turned our cinema into a circus, Mithun has done all his stunts from the archery and the bare hand fights by himself in an extraordinary manner, unique to this actor in an action thriller, the sequence where he chases and captures the deer is proof enough.

But then the final accolade goes to Mithun in a role he was born to play, he symbolises India itself, raped, pillaged and exploited yet defiant and proud and eternal, blessed with the soul of a martyr yet humane enough to break  the chains that try to bind it from time to time.

They say every true artist is born to do one solo act that justifies their god given talent, Mithun is indeed blessed he found his dream come true in his debut role, he is a spontaneously natural actor and doesn’t need the help of Methodism, he was perfectly cast and delivered more then required in this Indian masterpiece, there aren’t enough adjectives in English language to praise this performance, in a simple loincloth, his eyes doing most of the talking and his superb body language expressed by his perfectly athletic frame, he is stunning.

Mamta with her innocent looks and simple beauty devoid of any makeup matches him all the way; she too wears the same costume throughout the movie.

The movie was made at a time when glamour was the order of the day in Hindi cinema, yet this artful but effortless simplicity was a slap in the face for the makers who were exploiting and still are the simple audience by cheap gimmicks and melodrama.

By: Usman Khawaja

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Friday, October 1st, 2010

Debasree Roy and Sabyasachi Chakraborty in Shukno Lanka
Debasree Roy and Sabyasachi Chakraborty in Shukno Lanka

September 30, 2010, KOLKATA (Calcutta Tube): Databazaar Media Ventures has released the latest Bengali Film SHUKNO LANKA starring Mithun Chakraborty. DHUKNO LANKA is available for online purchase from Amazon.Com for only $4.99. SHUKNO LANKA pays tribute to all junior artists. Filmmaker Gaurav Pandey said “I think the phrase ‘junior artiste’ is a state of mind. These actors who played bit roles were earlier called ‘extras.’ Someone felt it demeaning to their status and the word was replaced with the term ‘junior artiste.’”

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Watch this video to see the story of an ordinary man in the film called Shukno Lanka featuring Mithun Chakraborty


Bollywood and television fraternity grace the premiere of the film Shunko Lanka


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