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In Pictures: Friends, fans mourn Rituparno Ghosh's demise

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RAJU subramani
by RAJU subramani on May 30, 2013 03:45 PM  | Hide replies

Alcohol is the single most common etiology of chronic pancreatitis..... was he an alcoholic?

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Hazabarala Hazabarala
Re: ghosh
by Hazabarala Hazabarala on May 30, 2013 04:24 PM
All can be said he was one of the most controversy free decent person at personal level...Anyway we may not need to peek into someone's personal life...Unless you have some more medical interest to satisfy with.

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Re: ghosh
by Mas on May 30, 2013 08:55 PM
For the so called intellectuals, alcohol is a normal drink than water; he was not different either. One 'intellectual from Kerala' said, "alcohol is more purer than water." But he forgot to mention that this "purer" form of liquid is a poison.

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shantanu mukherjee
Re: Re: ghosh
by shantanu mukherjee on Jun 02, 2013 07:12 AM
However it is all destiny.There is no logic & relation between life span & alcohol.Several people in this world are alcoholic still they are able to manage a sound health for longer years.Limit & discipline is what is more important.

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Re: Re: ghosh
by deepak on May 30, 2013 09:11 PM
agree...Indian society must stop glorifying alcohol as a staple for 'intellectuals' and high society. A vegetarian stock people cannot indulge in alcohol.

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Hazabarala Hazabarala
A Big Loss of Indian Movies
by Hazabarala Hazabarala on May 30, 2013 03:38 PM  | Hide replies

He was one of the finest director in India and won more than 10 National Awards...That speaks for itself...no explanation required.
I think he also made 2 Hindi movies - Raincoat (Ajay Devgan and Ash starrer) and The Last Liar with Amitabh. Although he mostly concentrated on Bengali movies....but Movie is afterall movie...It is global.

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Re: A Big Loss of Indian Movies
by suppandi on May 30, 2013 04:37 PM

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Dhiru Mistry
by Dhiru Mistry on May 30, 2013 03:31 PM

Rituparno Ghosh was a great director having won 12 national awards to his credit. He could have won more credits if he he lived more. Great loss. Dhiru Mistry

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Who is he?
by Chunilal on May 30, 2013 03:03 PM  | Hide replies

I even dont know him....what popular item song is from his movies?

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Sumit De
Re: Who is he?
by Sumit De on May 30, 2013 03:18 PM
If death of a 49 year old is engaging all the headlines of National Website, then you should make yourself a bit educated

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Tushar Kanti dey
rituporno ghosh
by Tushar Kanti dey on May 30, 2013 02:58 PM

now again we are lost our one of the great bengali legend.

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sajal aich
by sajal aich on May 30, 2013 02:57 PM

A man today pass away with a lonely voice, but wiping many, salute, pray for this remarkable stop!

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Tarun basu
Rituporno Ghosh's demise
by Tarun basu on May 30, 2013 02:54 PM

Rituporno ghosh belongd to that genre who still believe that poetry sells, if not thru pen, may be thru camera. His films touch you, where the feeling lingers. His demise needs to be remembered only through a crop of new soul-searchng films. RIP, sir. Film intelligentia would remain indebted to you!

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