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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Ek Mulakat with Toni and Ritesh

With Mr Alan Gemmell and Debanjan Chakraborty
3 August, 2017: I had a meeting with Mr Alan Gemmell (OBE), Director of the British Council in India and Debanjan Chakraborty, Director of the British Council, East and North-East India, today. I discussed possibilities of tying up for events and activities with Prabha Khaitan Foundation and other like-minded associations to mark India UK 70 Years.
With screenwriter Ritesh Shah
With Paoli Dam
In the evening I attended the third Ek Mulakat session at the Tollygunge Club. The guest speakers were Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury aka Tony and screenwriter Ritesh Shah. 
Agnimitra Paul was the conversationist of the event which was attended by many eminent guests and members of Tollygunge Club.
It turned out to be a lively session with Toni sharing his life experiences while making films like Pink and told the audience how he approaches various films and his views that shape his films.
With Srijato, Paoli and Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury aka Tony
Ritesh also chipped in with his takes on the industry and how his life’s journey from Srinagar to the glamour city Mumbai. Ritesh has written the screenplays for films like Pink, Kahaani, Kahaani2, Airlift, Madaari, Namaste London, D-Day and many others.
With Anil Mukherjee, Tony, Ritesh and Agni Mitra Paul
Among those who attended the event were Bratya Basu, Paoli Dam, Gargi Roy Chowdhury, Saheb, Anindya, Srijato, Kaushik Sen, Sourendro, Soumayjit and others. Ek Mulakat is being organized in Kolkata by Prabha Khaitan Foundation in association with Tollygunge Club and Calcutta Times as the print media partner.
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