Talk about survival and the Bengali industry is a good example. In the 1990s this industry was going through such a lull. From nearly 800 theatres showing Bengali films it cam down to a mere 350. But now not only has the Bengali industry revived it has given bollywood too many heroines to talk about too.
Whether it’s Rani Mukherjee or Bipasha Basu, its Bengal beauties every where. Aishwarya Rai not only captured Bollywood she captured the Bengali industry too with Chokher Bali. This is an industry which has come back so strong because of its family based movies and rich culture. Just look at the TV and you will see that all the channels have some Bengali based serial. Directors like Satyajit Ray, Rituparno Ghosh and Aparna Sen are famous for their off beat art films too. This is a place filled with talent and now not only are the viewers interested in Bengali films, a whole lot of producers too are very seriously investing their money in this industry.
Top Rated Bangala Movies2009
* Aami Tomader Meye starring Siddhanta Mahapatra ,Rachana Banerjee.
* Abar Brishti Elo starring Saheb Chatterjee, Priya Karfa.
* Bagher Bachcha starring Siddhanta Mahapatra, Aparajita Mohanti.
* Bhroon starring Swastika Mukherjee, Arunima Ghosh.
* Challenge starring Dev, Subhashree Ganguly.
* Chaowa Pawa starring Prosenjit, Rachana Banerjee.
* Chhuti starring Jnanesh Mukherjee, Mamata Shankar.
* Chora Bali starring Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Rudranil Ghosh.
* Friend starring Satabdi Roy , Tapas Pal , Soumitra Chatterjee , Sabyasachi Chakraborty.
* Jackpot starring Hiran Chatterjee, Koyel Mullick, Rahul Banerjee, Sohini Pal, Dev.
* Jamai Raja starring Prosenjit Chaterjee, Pouli Dam, Anu Mallick.
* Lakshyabhed starring Swastika Mukherjee, Rachana Banerjee.
* Premi No.1 starring SAnubhav Mohanty, Koyel Mullick.
* Saat Paake Bandha starring Koyel Mullick.
* Sob Choritro Kalponik starring Prasenjit, Bipasha Basu.
* Trishna starring Rituparna Sengupta, Angshuman Gupta.
The Bengali industry is based in the Tollygunge district of Kolkata. There are two Bengali film industries. One is based in Dhaka and the other in Kolkata. Another honour that this industry has is Satyaji Ray who is no more has won the lifetime achievement Oscar award.