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Begum Jaan director Srijit Mukherji's next to be an adventure film, an Indo-Bangla joint production

Srijit Mukherji's next film Yeti Obhijan is inspired by the adventure of Kakababu and Santu, where they unravel the mystery surrounding the beast Yeti at Gorokhshep plateau.

I wanted to show anger of partition through Begum Jaan: Srijit Mukherji

Unlike Srijith Mukherji's Rajkahini, where apart from the Begum Jaan all the other 10 girls' roles were played by established Bengali actresses, Vidya Balan's film has many unknown faces.

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Begum Jaan movie review: Vidya Balan tries to invest some feeling into her role which soon turns clichéd

Begum Jaan movie review: The climax is full of fire and faux brimstone and lots of speechifying, as the ladies of easy virtue become a gun-toting ‘fauj’.

Begum Jaan: Director Srijit Mukherji says the film belongs to all female actors, not just Vidya Balan

The film is about a brothel madam, Begum Jaan, played by Vidya Balan.

Begum Jaan: Vidya Balan's film to hit the screens on April 14

Vidya Balan took to Twitter to share the posters of her upcoming film Begum Jaan and its release date.

'Begum Jaan' shooting to start in June: Srijit Mukherji

"Begum Jaan", the Hindi remake of "RajKahini" is coming up and will go on floor in June, said its director Srijit Mukherjee.

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Five reasons why Srijit Mukherji's 'Rajkahini' doesn't live up to its promise

Srijit Mukherji’s 'Rajkahini', a Bengali film that can be best described as a partition period drama, opened to rousing critical acclaim in the crucial Durga Puja friday (October 16).

Srijit Mukherji's next film talks of people displaced by Radcliffe Line

Srijit Mukherji says 'Rajkahini' is the story of people who were displaced when the Radcliffe Line separating India from Pakistan came up in 1947.

National Award winning director Srijit Mukherji sustains fracture in road accident

Reportedly, Srijit was rushed to AIIMS after he met with an accident while traveling in his car.

I don’t believe in the term commercial cinema: Srijit Mukherji

Srijit Mukherji, who won National Award Best Director for 'Chatushkone', on how Rituparno Ghosh’s untimely demise was a blow for the film.

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