Veteran Bengali theatre actor and social activist Bibhash Chakraborty was rushed to the hospital on Friday late at night on Friday after a heart attack. The 85-year-old actor has been suffering from old age-related ailments for a long time.
When asked for an update on the octogenarian actor’s health, the hospital’s senior doctor stated that his condition is now stable and that he is being monitored.
For the unversed, Bibhash Chakraborty gained recognition after he joined the Bengali theatre group Nandikar in the 1960s and acted in several plays. In 1996, Chakraborty left Nandikar and formed a Theatre workshop where he directed several plays, such as Chakbhanga Modhu and Rajrakta.
He formed a Bengali theatre group Anya Theatre in 1985 and since then he was associated with the Paschim Banga Natya Akademi for many years as a member. However, in 2018, he resigned from the institution citing age reasons.
Earlier, Bengali actor Aindrila Sharma passed away at a hospital after suffering multiple cardiac arrests. After experiencing a cerebral stroke, the 24-year-old was subsequently brought to the hospital on November 1. She reportedly suffered from an intracranial haemorrhage and underwent a left frontotemporoparietal decompressive craniotomy.
Chandramukhi 2 box office collection: Kangana Ranaut’s film earns Rs 7.5 crore on day 1
Beside Kangana Ranaut and Raghava Lawrence, Chandramukhi 2 stars Vadivelu, Radhika Saratgkumar, Lakshmi Menon, and Mahima Nambiar
Kangana Ranaut starrer Chandramukhi 2 has performed well in the box office on day one despite Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan. Chandramukhi 2 is a new movie by P Vasu and is a sequel to the 2005 hit film of the same name. This film also marks Kangana Ranaut’s return after Dhaakad.
Chandramukhi 2 featuring Kangana Ranaut, Raghava Lawrence has made a business of Rs 7.5 crore at the box office on its first day in all languages, according to sacnilk. Film critics believe that this is quite an appreciable start considering the fact that it was released alongside Fukrey 3 and The Vaccine War.
According to reports, Chandramukhi 2 box office collection when compared to Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan, the film has done better on Thursday than the Nayanthara starrer new film. In accordance with early trends in Sainik, Jawan earned about Rs 5.50 crores on Thursday.
Notably, Chandramukhi 2 becomes Kangana Ranaut’s fourth highest opener in her career. The Bollywood actor’s biggest opener as yet is Shootout at Wadala who gained over Rs 10.1 crore on the opening day. Tanu Weds Manu Returns and Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi are at number 2 and 3 with business of Rs 8.85 crore and Rs 7.75 crore, respectively.
The new film, Chandramukhi 2 is a sequel to the Rajinikanth and Jyothika starrer movie, Chandramukhi which was a remake of Manichithrathazhu, 1993 movie. As far as reports are concerned, Chandramukhi 2 was initially supposed to release on 15 September but was delayed when about 450 shots from the shooting went missing. The unforeseen incident caused a huge setback for the whole team who had to sit through the edit again.
Talking about social media users’ reactions to Chandramukhi 2, fans are extremely overjoyed with the movie and are showering praises on both the actors, Kangana and Raghava who portrayed the character of Chandramukhi and King Vettiyan.
Beside Kangana Ranaut and Raghava Lawrence, Chandramukhi 2 stars Vadivelu, Radhika Saratgkumar, Lakshmi Menon, and Mahima Nambiar to name a few.
Amul gives shout out to SRK’s Jawan in a creative post after it crossed Rs 1000 crore | See here
The Amul mascot is pictured in the image sporting Shah Rukh Khan’s famous half-mask look from the movie and chowing down on some butter-covered bread.
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s film Jawan is creating an uproar at the box office. Over Rs. 576 crore have already been earned by this action-packed movie in India alone. Within its third week of release, the movie reached the coveted Rs 1,000 crore milestone overseas.
The Indian dairy company Amul has honoured the movie with a clever and humorous topical post in honour of this incredible accomplishment. The Amul mascot is pictured in the image sporting Shah Rukh Khan’s famous half-mask look from the movie and chowing down on some butter-covered bread.
The caption, which includes the name of the film’s director Atlee, cleverly reads, JaWan Thousand Crores, followed by Atlee Butterly Delicious, a beautiful play on words.
Pooja Dadlani, Shah Rukh Khan’s manager, shared the post on Instagram and thanked Amul India for the awesome artwork.
Amul is renowned for its original and creative ways of honouring India’s accomplishments. Today also Amul made a creative post to celebrated India’s success in Asian Games.
They had previously created a unique poster for Rajnikanth’s movie Jailer. The movie’s poster featured cartoon representations of Rajnikanth and Tamannaah Bhatia and included the captivative statement.
The cast of the September 7, 2023 film Jawan, which features Nayanthara, Deepika Padukone, Vijay Sethupathi, Sanya Malhotra, and Priyamani among others in the film. Shah Rukh Khan’s fame as an international superstar has been strengthened by the film’s ability to enthral audiences everywhere.
On work front, Shah Rukh Khan will next be seen in Taapsee Pannu, Boman Irani, and director Rajkumar Hirani’s Dunki. The film focuses on how Indians wanting to immigrate to nations like Canada and the USA use the Donkey Flight route in illegal ways.
On December 21, the Dunki crew will deliver a complete day of content, not just late-night premieres. The goal is to increase word-of-mouth and arouse interest in the audience for the typical weekend, which runs from Friday to Sunday.
Additionally, Shah Rukh Khan will make an appearance in the upcoming, action-packed thriller directed by Sujoy Ghosh. In the movie, he will co-star with his daughter Suhana Khan for the first time. However, at this moment, no official announcement has been made.
The Vaccine War social media review: Nana Patekar delivers excellent performance in this must watch film
Vaccine War is a bold attempt bravely executed by Vivek Agnihotri. The film shows the pandemic woes and catastrophe and the virtual war to develop the vaccine and the challenges faced by the team of talented scientists and the ultimate achievement.
The spread of the coronavirus and the pandemic has affected the life of every person on the planet. Many films show the plight of various sections of the society during the lockdown that was imposed. The Vaccine war shows the plight of scientists and the hardships they faced to bring out India’s own vaccine in a record time of seven months. The film has got mixed reviews on social media.
Samim Alam said the film is a documentary type slow burn politically influenced boring movie. He said the vaccine war looks C grade type movie which has poor colour grading, background music, editing and screenplay.
Shayanmp said the vaccine war is realistic, patriotic and thrilling.
Hemant Sanganee said the Vaccine War is a bold attempt bravely executed by Vivek Agnihotri. He gave the film 4 star rating. The film shows the pandemic woes and catastrophe and the virtual war to develop the vaccine and the challenges faced by the team of talented scientists and the ultimate achievement. Hemant said Vivek Agbihotri has delicately and nicely handled the subject of the film.
He said the film shows the sincere effort and some insightful and delightful performances from the leading actors like Anupam Kher and Nana Patekar as Dr Balram Nagpal DG of ICMR. Pallavi Joshi as Dr Priya Abraham director of NIV leads from the front and holds the fort with sensitivity and emotions. Raima Sen as Rohini Singh Dhulia shines and tries to put her best foot forward. Hemant said the film is a must watch cinema.
He said Vaccine War is not only an important film from the point of view of factual data and dossier. It brings forth with some astue research but also highlights the contribution of the Indian female scientists who put their whole force in achieving a target at the cost of their family life and responsibilities to serve the country and mankind at large