Rituparno Ghosh [electronic resource] : cinema, gender and art / edited by Sangeeta Datta, Kaustav Bakshi and Rohit K. Dasgupta.

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Bibliographic Details
Uniform Title:South Asian history and culture.
Other Authors: Datta, Sangeeta (Editor)
Bakshi, Kaustav (Editor)
Dasgupta, Rohit K. (Editor)
Published: New Delhi : Routledge, 2017.
Edition:First South Asia edition.
Series:South Asian history and culture.
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Variant Title:
Rituparno Ghosh: Cinema, Gender and Art
Format: Electronic eBook
  • Invoking love, death and elsewhere : searching the auteur in Rituparno Ghosh's Abohoman
  • Rituparno Ghosh and the pursuit of freedom
  • Locating Rituparno Ghosh in Tollywood
  • 'Just like a film star!' : the style of being Rituparno Ghosh
  • The endangered city in Rituparno Ghosh's early cinema of confinement
  • Borrowing, becoming and the question of the self in Sob Charitro Kalponik
  • En-gendereing the detective : of love, longing and feminine follies
  • Closeted desires and open secrets : Raincoat and Noukadubi
  • Beyond the binary : (trans)gender narratives and class distinction in Rituparno Ghosh's later films
  • 'Kissed on one cheek and slapped on the other' : Rituparno Ghosh's Chitrangada as an allegory of oppositional readings
  • A room of hir own : the queer aesthetics of Rituparno Ghosh
  • Shohini Ghosh in conversation with Rituparno Ghosh
  • Kaustav Bakshi in conversation with Rituparno Ghosh
  • Interviewer's note
  • Cast : Sharmila Tagore, Jaya Bachchan and Aparna Sen
  • Crew : Avik Mukhopadhyay, Arghyakmal Mitra, Indranil Ghosh and Debojyoti Mishra.