• Released in 2011
  • Icche ran for 125 DAYS in theatres
  • Icche has been preserved by the National Film Archive Of India as a part of their collection for cultural and educational purposes
  • Icche has been included in the Study of Women’s Stress and Distress Management by Calcutta University
  • Selected by PVR cinemas to be screened at Kolkata, Delhi & Mumbai as part of the films of the Indian Panaroma Film Festival


  • Released in 2012
  • Muktodhara ran successfully for 75 days, Tollywood’s biggest hit of 2012
  • Muktodhara won the Best Film Award in Anadalok Film Awards’2012
  • Muktodhara is the only Bengali film to be screened at the Rashtrapati Bhawan
  • Muktodhara was also watched by the President of India, Mr.Pranab Mukherjee and the Governor of West Bengal Sri M.K. Narayanan
  • Kamalini Chatterjee bagged the Best Lyrics award for ‘Alo’ from Muktodhara in Radio Mirchi Awards’2012
  • Based on the ‘cultural therapy’ being carried out in West Bengal’s correctional homes
  • It has been accepted by the Legal Aid Services of West Bengal as part of their curriculum. Has been included in the study of Women’s Stress and Distress Management by Calcutta University


  • Released in 2012
  • Accident ran for 50 days
  • Joy Sarkar bagged the Best Singer award for Janejaan from Accident in Radio Mirchi Awards’2012
  • Accident is selected for Indian Cinema Now section of the 18th International Kerala Film Festival


  • Alik Sukh ran successfully for 50 days
  • Release in 2013 and had a Pan-India release
  • Premiere at prestigious Marche Du Films of Cannes Film Festival
  • Won 3 Filmfare awards (east) in the following categories:

Best Lyrics- Anindya Chattopadhyay (Raat jaaye)

Best Actor Female (Critics) - Rituparna Sengupta

Best Director - Nandita Roy and Shiboprasad Mukhopadhyay


  • Released on 6th of June, 2014
  • Theatrical run of 50 days
  • Has been included in the B.Ed curriculum of Visva-Bharati University
  • Has been selected at the 22nd Cairo International Film and Arts Festival for Children.
  • Remade in a major Malayalam feature film – Salt Mango Tree


  • Released on 1st May 2015
  • Completed 200 glorious days and ran more than 250 days successfully
  • National Release on 26th June 2015
  • Film included in Post Graduate Diploma Course in Counselling in the State Legal Aid Services, West Bengal
  • Praised by Amitabh Bachchan other noted celebrities.
  • The film received awards like: Zee Cine Awards, ebela Ojeyo Somman, 'NABC' awards
  • Eros International’s first Bengali Film association where they distributed the film nationally


  • First screening: 29th May 2015
  • Screened at 21st Kolkata International Film Festival, 2015


  • Released on 27th May
  • First Bengali film to be released in 9 International Centres
  • Crossed the Rs1 Crore mark at the box-office in the first 3 days of release.
  • Received the Highest Grosser Award for Regional Films, Bengali at the International Film Business Awards 2016 beside films like Kabaali, Sultan, Sairaat etc
  • Praktan bagged 8 awards at the West Bengal Film Journalists' Awards 2017 in the following categories:

i) Most Popular Film

ii) Best Actress- Rituparna Sengupta

iii) Best Supporting Actress- Aparajita Auddy

iv) Best Actor in a Comic Role- Biswanath Basu

v) Best Music Album- Anindya Chatterjee & Anupam Roy

vi) Best Lyrics- Anupam Roy

vii) Best Playback singer (Female)- Iman Chakraborty

viii) Best Art Director- Nitish Roy

  • Praktan received 11 nominations at the Filmfare Awards 2017 (East) including Best Film, Best Director, Best Music Album among others. The film went ahead to win 5 Awards.

Projapoti Biskut

  • Won WBFJA Awards 2018 in The Following Categories:

Best Playback Singer (Female) - Chandrani Banerjee for Tomake Bujhina Priyo

Best Lyrics - Ritam Sen for Tomake Bujhina Priyo

  • Won Filmfare Awards 2018 in The Following Categories:

Best Actress Critics - Ishaa Saha

Best Cinematographer - Supriyo Dutta

Best Production Design - Madhuja Banerjee


  • Won WBFJA Awards 2018 as most popular Film