Ram Kamal Mukherjee @ramkamalmukherjee
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Author | Biographer | Producer | Director | 1st Power Brand Film Journalist | facebook.com/RamKamalMukherjeeOfficial | twitter.com/Ramkamal
18 Posts
34k Followers
1k Following
Author | Biographer | Producer | Director | 1st Power Brand Film Journalist | facebook.com/RamKamalMukherjeeOfficial | twitter.com/Ramkamal
In "Auto" (rickshaw) mode to work!! 🤦‍♂️😎😂
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Posing for no reason!! @imaritrads 😂
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Ya Devi Sarvbhuteshu... 🕉 Shubho Bijoya - A Mishti Love Story On the auspicious day of Mahalaya, I take immense pleasure in sharing our next Hindi film #ShubhoBijoya with super talented couple #GurmeetChoudhury and Debina Bonnerjee as the lead couple. They will be seen together on screen after 11 years since their mega epic Ramayan. I thank my producer Aritra Das, Bilquis Kapadia and Gaurav Daga for making this possible. Thank you Ekta Bhattacharjee for this first look, and entire team for the support. Need your love and blessings. Happy Durga Puja in advance. @guruchoudhary @debinabon @imaritrads @amppvtltd @ektabhattacharjee #assortedmotionpictures #geedeeproductions
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A dream that we started seeing together... On the eve of #Mahalaya, we are happy to share this one. Thank you #DevanshiShah and team Mid-day for this wonderful article on our journey so far. We need your love and blessings. Thank you Sudipta Chanda, Suman Nandi, Ekta Bhattacharjee and Pallavi Nandann for the images and posters. Dugga Dugga!!🕉 @middayindia @imaritrads @mukherjeesarbani @amppvtltd @zee5premium @voot @viacom18 @boy_in_thebox @sumannandi_21 @ektabhattacharjee @nandanpallavi @imavinashdwivedi @sambhavnasethofficial @rohitroy500 @celinajaitlyofficial @shreeghatak @singer.kshailendra @rupalijagga @sayani_palit @jaan.kumar.sanu @imeshadeol
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You've got a guest! Neighbour's grand daughter Kiara, she loves @mukherjeesarbani When I see them bonding it's a pure bliss. 😍😍😍 Rian is equally fond of lil' sister.
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Extremely happy to share that our film #Cakewalk won the prestigious European Fiction Featurette (Fiction Films) Silver Award Best Film at European Screen Award in Indonesia. I thank God for the love and success our maiden venture has been receiving from all the festivals. This journey wouldn't have been possible without Esha Takhtani @imeshadeol and my entire team, including Abhra Chakraborty Pravatendu Mondal Aritra Das Shailendra Kumar Dinesh Gupta Sarbani Mukherjee Shivaam Jaggdish Specially #RajNayak and team Viacom18. @viacom18 @voot @colorscineplex @rajcheerfull @imaritrads @singer.kshailendra @amppvtltd @mukherjeesarbani @pravatendumondal @ektabhattacharjee @boy_in_thebox @sumannandi_21
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Ekti Noti'r Upakhyan: Binodini Dasi Extremely happy to announce the teaser poster of my first Bengali full length feature film based on the life of Bengal's first female superstar Binodini Dasi. 135 years ago, on 21st of September, Sri Ramkrishna Paramhansa visited Star Theatre in North Kolkata to watch Chaitanya Lila, a Bengali play based on the life of Mahaprabhu. After the play, he was very keen on meeting the actor who played the role of Mahaprabhu. Ramkrishna was surprised when the playwright Girish Chandra Ghosh informed that it was enacted by a courtesan turned actress Binodini Dasi. Breaking the social taboo he blessed her saying, "Ma tor chaitanya hok" This move of Ramkrishna, the priest of Dakineshwar Kali Temple wasn't appreciated. The first repercussions came from the Brahmo Samaj. Hemendranath Dasgupta wrote: ‘Many people of the Brahmo Samaj stopped visiting Ramakrishna. After Keshab Sen passed away on 8 January 1884, Vijaykrishna Goswami became devoted to Ramkrishna. Shivanath Shastri, however, stopped visiting. Some people asked Shivanath: “Previously you were devoted to Ramkrishna. Why do you not visit him anymore?” Shivanath replied: “How can I go to see him? He is now connected with prostitutes who acts in theatre. I can’t go to Dakshineswar anymore.” Meanwhile, Amar Datta, the editor of Natya Mandir, used Ramkrishna’s picture on the cover of one of the magazine’s issues. That created further up roar. At that time, the magazines and papers connected with the Bengali stage gave tremendous importance to Ramkrishna’s visits to the theatre. Until Ramkrishna sanctified the theatre with his presence, most Bengalis considered houses of ill repute and theatres to be more or less the same. Ramkrishna’s patronage lifted the taboo. Going to see plays became socially acceptable. Basanta Kumar Ghosh wrote an article entitled ‘Bengali Women and the Theatre’ in Natya Mandir: "Being impressed with their artistic skill and performances, Shri Ramkrishna blessed the courtesan actress. It was a great achievement of an actress (Binodini), who brought a great soul to the theatre and sanctified it." Thank you Pallavi Nandann for this teaser poster.
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