Moushumi Chatterjee gets BFJA LA award

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Moushumi Chatterjee gets BFJA LA award

Kolkata, 4/21
Veteran actress Moushumi Chatterjee has
received the lifetime achievement award,
while actor Ashish Vidyarthi was honoured
for his contribution to Indian Cinema at
the 80th Bengal Film Journalists’
Association (BFJA) awards.
A galaxy of seasoned directors – Kaushik
Ganguly (”Cinemawala” – 2016), Shiboprasad
Mukherjee-Nandita Roy (”Belaseshe” -
2015), Aniruddha Roychowdhury (”Buno
Haans” 2014), Srijit Mukherjee
(”Rajkahini” – 2015) and Goutam Ghosh
(”Sankhachil” – 2015) – were honoured with
best direction trophies for their works at
a function here last night.
“With the BFJA award not taking place in
the past couple of years we included all
the representative works during the time
(2014-16),” a BFJA spokesman said
promising that the award will be an annual
occasion from now on.
The BFJA, the oldest association of film
scribes in the country was founded in
1937.
Bengali film superstar Prosenjit
Chatterjee was given the best actor award
for his role in “Sankhachil”, while
Rituparna Sengupta was given the best
actress crown for her role in “Rajkahini”
along with Paoli Dam for “Natoker Moto”
(2015).
Prosenjit shared the honour with actor
Chiranjeet Chakraborty for “Chotushkone”.
Rituparna said, “I feel honoured to be
chosen by BFJA, which has such an
illustrious past. This happens to be my
4th BFJA award. Two of the past three
awards were for films by Tarun Majumder
and Rituparno Ghosh. So, I dedicate this
fourth award to late Ritu da.”
Music composers Anupam Roy, Kabir Suman,
Neel Dutta were awarded for their works in
“Zulfiqar” (2016), “Jaatishwar” (2014),
“Byomkesh Bakshi” (2016) respectively.
Kaushik Ganguly, Aniruddha (who was also
felicitated for “Pink” getting the
National award) were among those present
at the ceremony.

Kolkata, 4/21

Veteran actress Moushumi Chatterjee has

received the lifetime achievement award,

while actor Ashish Vidyarthi was honoured

for his contribution to Indian Cinema at

the 80th Bengal Film Journalists’

Association (BFJA) awards.

A galaxy of seasoned directors – Kaushik

Ganguly (”Cinemawala” – 2016), Shiboprasad

Mukherjee-Nandita Roy (”Belaseshe” -

2015), Aniruddha Roychowdhury (”Buno

Haans” 2014), Srijit Mukherjee

(”Rajkahini” – 2015) and Goutam Ghosh

(”Sankhachil” – 2015) – were honoured with

best direction trophies for their works at

a function here last night.

“With the BFJA award not taking place in

the past couple of years we included all

the representative works during the time

(2014-16),” a BFJA spokesman said

promising that the award will be an annual

occasion from now on.

The BFJA, the oldest association of film

scribes in the country was founded in

1937.

Bengali film superstar Prosenjit

Chatterjee was given the best actor award

for his role in “Sankhachil”, while

Rituparna Sengupta was given the best

actress crown for her role in “Rajkahini”

along with Paoli Dam for “Natoker Moto”

(2015).

Prosenjit shared the honour with actor

Chiranjeet Chakraborty for “Chotushkone”.

Rituparna said, “I feel honoured to be

chosen by BFJA, which has such an

illustrious past. This happens to be my

4th BFJA award. Two of the past three

awards were for films by Tarun Majumder

and Rituparno Ghosh. So, I dedicate this

fourth award to late Ritu da.”

Music composers Anupam Roy, Kabir Suman,

Neel Dutta were awarded for their works in

“Zulfiqar” (2016), “Jaatishwar” (2014),

“Byomkesh Bakshi” (2016) respectively.

Kaushik Ganguly, Aniruddha (who was also

felicitated for “Pink” getting the

National award) were among those present

at the ceremony.

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