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Paoli Dam wraps a new murder mystery – but she’s guilty of the killer looks


Paoli Dam, one of the stars of Bengali Cinema, is a rare breed. Not only did she start in one of the smaller Indian film industries, but her striking looks threatened to keep her just as an eye-candy object. A sex scene in one of her earlier films isolated her from her traditional audience, but she kept churning out good work and new roles and broke through into national pictures. ‘Raat Baaki Hai’ is a Hindi murder mystery that she finished early April, 2021. It will air on Zee5 initially. She was born in Kolkata, 4 October 1980. Dam trained in singing and dancing and performed in plays while at school and college. She maintained a steady acting career in television alongside earning a Master’s degree in Chemistry from Rajabazar Science College in Kolkata. “There’s nothing better than playing a …

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Rabindranath Tagore – a dreamy 160th anniversary playlist – May 7

Rabindranath Tagore

One of India’s brightest lights, Rabindranath Tagore, was born on May 7th, 1861. He is famous for being the first Indian to receive the Nobel Prize in 1913 for his literary work. While he is strongly identified with Eastern India and the Bengali Renaissance, his works have been inclusive and adopted by all India. Playlist of history, poems and music. Click on menu top right to select individual videos Stories by Rabindranath Tagore and the Bengali Renaissance His style of writing, dreamy prose and romance was perfect for the Edwardian era in Europe and propelled him to fame. A good sense of his art can be found in the Netflix series Stories By Rabindranath Tagore. We believe that the treatment has been good and fair, with minor modern interpretations that don’t spoil his writing. None of his work was accidental, …

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