RUPA GANGULY

  • Rajshree Thakur quitting 'Maharana Pratap' over health issues? March 28, 2014

    Mumbai: Television actress Rajshree Thakur, known for her performance as Queen Jayawanta Bai in historical saga 'Maharana Pratap', is likely to quit the show over health issues. Rajshree is considering calling it quits over grueling schedule and heat in Gujarat, where the sets are located, a sources said today. 'Bharat...
  • Barfi vs Hollywood: Homage, inspired or copied? September 19, 2012

    New Delhi: In Barfi, director Anurag Basu has come up with a film that has been liked by almost every quarter of the society. Ranbirs Kapoors character seemed to be modelled on the lines of Charlie Chaplins onscreen avatars. Comparisons were inevitable, but the nuances that Ranbir infused in his...
  • Watch: The trailer of Bengali film 'Abosheshey' September 10, 2012

    New Delhi: Film student Aditi Roys Bengali film Abosheshey stars Raima Sen, Rupa Ganguly and Ankur Khanna in the lead roles. Rupa Ganguly won a National Award for her songs Dure Kothao Dure Dure and Aaji Bijan Ghare from the film. Here is the much awaited trailer of the movie....
  • I am choosy about roles, says Rupa Ganguly May 29, 2012

    Kolkata: Very choosy about films at this point of career, actor Rupa Ganguly is upbeat about her role in 'Namte Namte' and the costars Saswata Chatterjee and Rajatava Dutta, with whom she had shared the frame years back in Goutam Ghosh s 'Abar Aryane'. "Great coactors with whom I share wonderful...
  • Rupa Ganguly did not want to sing: Aditi Roy March 13, 2012

    New Delhi: Rupa Ganguly won a National Award for her songs Dure Kothao Dure Dure and Aaji Bijan Ghare. But the director of the movie Abosheshey had to say that quite an amount of serious convincing was needed to get the actress to lend her voice for the songs. The...
  • Review: Bow Barracks... amateurishly directed July 27, 2007

    Direction: Anjan Dutt Cast: Lilette Dubey, Victor Banerjee, Moon Moon Sen, Rupa Ganguly, Clayton Rodgers Tucked away in a corner of North Kolkata, the angloIndian community residing in Bow Barracks, a nowdilapidated building that had originally been built for World War II soldiers, is struggling to survive. The fear of losing their...