JBS Cinema Issue (Vol.1 No.2)

After the proud publication of our first issue on Ognijug, the age of revolutionary nationalism in Bengal, Journal of Bengali Studies, a peer reviewed academic interdisciplinary journal meant for discussions into the history and culture of the Bengali people, is happy to announce the online publication of its second issue. The Monsoon Issue (Vol. 1 No. 2) of Journal of Bengali Studies is now online. The theme of our current issue is Bengali Cinema: Bengalis and Cinema.

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Editorial 5


Towards a Historiography of Bengali Cinema

Or, Everything You Enquired about Herbert Sarkar, but Were Dismissed by the Coffee House Intellectual

Tamal Dasgupta 8

Utopias of Celluloid Love: The Golden Era of the 1950s & Popular Culture in Bengali Cinema

Kaustav Kundu 51

Adivasi Women in the Bengali Literature and Cinema

Debasree De 76

Writing a Biography of Bengali Film Publicity: the Logic of Differentiation, and a Journey of Desire

Spandan Bhattacharya 87

Adaptation of Films from Plays: A selective study in post colonial Bengali Cinema

Sourav Gupta 104

From Tollygunge to Tollywood: The Transformation of Bengali Film Industry between 1980 and the Present

Anugyan Nag 120

Film Reviews

Pather Dabi and Revolutionary Nationalism in Bengali Cinema: A Review
Sujay Chatterjee 169

Promoting Kolkata on a Global Scale: A Review of Kahaani

Abhijit Mallick 176

Kahaani and Bhooter Bhobishyot: Two Reviews

Mousumi Biswas Dasgupta 179

Creative Workshop: Theory in Practice

A Script Adaptation of a Poem

Debanjan Das 189

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