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Bangla Cine Utsab comes back with 12th edition

Bangla Cine Utsab comes back with 12th edition

Bengal Association, a registered body established in 1958 has effectively been able to connect Bengalis of Delhi and NCR through social and cultural activities. During last six decades, Bengal Association has established itself as prominent organisation for the dissemination of Bangla language and culture through Bangla Prochar and Prosar.

Like previous years, Bengal Association, New Delhi will be organising the 12th edition of 'Bangla Cine Utsab' from September 13 – 15, at Muktadhara Auditorium, Near Gole Market, New Delhi.

'Bangla Cine Utsab' is a step taken by the Association to introduce and make Delhiites familiar with the present day Bangla language and culture through latest Bangla Cinema.

National Award Winner and renowned Bangla actor Rituparna Sengupta will be inaugurating the event this year, on September 13 (Friday) at 6:00 pm as Chief Guest.

The three-day festival will showcase eleven latest full-length feature films and seven short films by renowned directors in the Bengali industry as well as new rising Bangla directors and producers.

Renowned Bangla cine directors, producers, actors such as Rituparna Sengupta, Chiranjit Chakraborty, Sudeshna Roy, Indrashish Acharya, Abir Chatterjee, Barun Chanda, Sreela Mazumdar, AVijit Guha, Reshmi Mitra, Anubhav Kanjilal, Mohhor Chattopadhyay, Shyamal Dutta, Shivangee Choudhury, Anupam, and others will also be participating in the event.

Latest Bangla films like Kolkatay Kohinoor, Lime Light, Aha Re, Bijoya, Mati, Samsara, Abyekto, Mukherjeedar Bou, Tarikh, Shravoner Dhara, Ami Joy Chatterjee will be screened during the festival.

The concluding ceremony on September 15, 2019 at 6.30 pm will be starred by Abir Chatterjee along with other Bangla cine luminaries.

Tapan Sengupta, General Secretary, Bengal Association said that all the guests have confirmed their participation. The members of the association, young and old alike are working very hard to make the Bangla Cine Utsab successful.

Dr Tushar Roy, Festival Chairman overseeing the arrangements expressed satisfaction about the progress. Prof Dipak Bhattacharya, President, Bengal Association expressed confidence about the arrangements and success of the Cine Utsab.

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