Kraft Heinz Complan’s new brand campaign focuses on protein and its deficiency amongst kids. Ex-Indian cricket team captain Sourav Ganguly has been brought on board as the brand ambassador for West Bengal. Sankalp Potbhare, MD kraft Heinz, addressed the media and talked about the hidden hunger and protein deficit amongst Indian kids and how Complan is trying to bridge the gap by providing better nutrition through their health drink. Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS
Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and his predecessor Sourav Ganguly have interacted and shared several lights moments in Kolkata on Saturday (Apr 7, 2018). Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS
Kolkata, Jan 22 (IBNS): Former Indian cricket team captain Sourav Ganguly spent time with family at his in-law's residence in Behala, Kolkata on the occasion of Saraswati Puja on Monday. (Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS).
Wishing luck, former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Friday released 'Rhythm Express-Music For Dance', an audio album featuring Dona Ganguly along with percussionist Prodyut Mukherjee. The album was released at the Behala residence of the famous cricketer. This is the first time that Odissi dancer of fame, Dona Ganguly, lent her voice to any audito project. The album will be sent for 61st Grammy Awards. The project was originally created by GiMA Award winning Tabla exponent Pt. Prodyut Mukherjee along with legendary Mohan Veena maestro, Grammy Award winning musician Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, who also composed the melody. Images by Avishek Mitra
Once fierce competitors on the field but now comrades off it, it was no surprise that Michael Clarke chose India's best ever captain Sourav Ganguly to unveil his autobiography, My Story, at a function at the Fanattic Sports Museum in Kolkata on Tuesday (March 14, 2017). Clarkeâ€™s love affair with India dates back to 2004 when he first toured with the Australian Team and hit a majestic century in his Test debut. Also present at the occasion was the Indian sports scholar and author, Dr. Boria Majumdar, the founder of the Fanattic Sports Museum, and one who livened the eveningâ€™s proceedings by moderating an extremely interesting panel discussion with the two legends of modern cricket. Images by IBNS