Bow Barracks Forever is a 2007 Indian film directed by Anjan Dutt about Anglo-Indians and their difficulties in retaining their identity since the end of British India. Directed by Anjan Dutt, Produced by Tapan Biswas, Rangita Pritish Nandy & Bobbie Ghosh... STORY: The film is about the disaster of the human spirit. It is not easy to fight back the march of progress. Progress brings with it change, often painful, that breaks continuity and destroys tradition, history, power and passion of communities that have lived and grown together over decades. Anjan Dutt's film captures the real-life story of a tiny, resolute Anglo-Indian community right in the heart of bustling north Kolkata trying desperately to keep alive its hopes, dreams, aspirations and identity