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Kolkata Film & Television Institute showcases the reserve bench of Bengali film industry
Kolkata Film and Television Institute in their annual programme proved that they are rightly doing their job of creating a power-packed reserve bench for Bengali film industry.

15 years ago, National Awardee actor Indrani Halder who also is a known face in the Mumbai film industry had started KFTI to give the industry something in return for what she received.

She said, "When I started acting, there was no such scope to learn acting. So, whatever I learnt was from my seniors. Then I decided to start KFTI to teach acting to newcomers. Slowly, time flew and we added other parts of filmmaking along with acting."

The event was followed by three plays, namely "Thakurdar Jhuli" and "Headlines" by renowned thespian Anjan Deb; and "Lakshmaner Shaktishel" by Kathakali Deb.

Along with Indrani Halder herself, the program succeeded with the august presence of nationally acclaimed thespian cum actor Kaushik Sen; and renowned filmmaker duo Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha, who are also among the faculty of KFTI.

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