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Anup Sengupta is a Bengali film Director and Producer.Actress Piya Sengupta is his wife and his son Bonny Sengupta is also an actor. Indraneil Sengupta, his brother is also an actor.
Tapas Paul was an Indian actor and politician. One of the most celebrated actors of Bengali cinema, Paul is best known for his on-screen romantic collaboration with Mahua Roychoudhury and Debashree Roy. He received a Filmfare Award. He was a Member of Parliament from Krishnanagar having won in the 2014 Indian General Elections on a Trinamool Congress ticket.
Ranjit Mallick is an Indian actor who works mainly in Bengali cinema. He has worked in movies like Guru Dakshina, Amader Songsar, Sathi, Interview, Shatru and Mouchak. He is particularly known for appearing in films such as Indrajit, Shatru, Jiban Niye Khela, Nabab, Sathi, Nater Guru and Bajimat as a lead and co-lead actor. He was also the Sheriff of Kolkata for the year 2014.. He is nicknamed “Belt Man”.
Jisshu Sengupta is an Indian actor, producer and television presenter, who predominantly works in Bengali films, with a few in Hindi and Telugu languages. Sengupta made his debut in showbiz through a Bengali TV series, Mahaprabhu where he portrayed the role of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. The role overnight catapulted him to stardom. Subsequently, he made his big screen debut with Priyojon (1999), which became a debacle at box office. In 2002, he played Tagore in Sukanta Roy's ambitious venture Chelebela alongside Debashree Roy playing Kadambari Devi. He then appeared in a spate of critically and commercially unsuccessful projects. He made his Bollywood debut with Shyam Benegal's National Award winning film Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero (2004). A turning point came in his career when he collaborated with Rituparno Ghosh for the latter's Abohomaan, which earned him critical acclaim. His subsequent collaborations with Ghosh for films which include Noukadubi and Shob Charitro Kalponik brought him a higher degree of critical and commercial success. Sengupta's collaborations with other directors for films such as Jaatishwar enabled him to become one of the most sought out actors in Bengali cinema.
Gharjamai is a 2008 Bengali film Directed by Anup Sengupta. This Anup Sengupta film is not a plagiarised version of the Hindi Jamai Raja starring Anil Kapoor, Hema Malini and Madhuri Dixit.
Anu Choudhury is a leading Indian actress. She has starred in more than 65 films. Her debut Odia film was Maa Goja Bayani.
Mahaguru is a 2007 Indian Bengali-language film directed by Anup Sengupta, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Debashree Roy, Jisshu Sengupta, George Baker and Anu Choudhury.
Tanima Sen is a Bengali film and television actress.
Mahua Roy Choudhury, was an Indian actress who is recognized for her work in Bengali cinema. She is considered to be one of the most successful actresses of Bengali Cinema. She received several awards including a Filmfare Award. She was posthumously conferred with the Best Actress Award for her role in Aadmi Aur Aurat (1984) at the 5th Damascus International Film Festival in 1987.
Paribar is a 2004 Bengali family drama film directed by Anup Sengupta and produced by Anup Sengupta and Apurba Saha. The film feature actors Prosenjit Chatterjee, Ranjit Mallick and Rachana Banerjee in the lead roles. Ashok Bhadra composed the music for the film.
Ashok Bhadra is an Indian composer working in the Bollywood and Bengali film industries. He has also worked for albums like Shudhu Ektu Bhalobasa and Paroshmani.
Dadar Adesh is a 2005 Bengali film directed by Anup Sengupta and produced by Anup Sengupta, Nimai Panja, Paban Kanoria, Piya Sengupta. The film features actors Prosenjit Chatterjee, Anu Chowdhury, Ranjit Mallick, Abhishek Chatterjee in the lead roles. Music of the film has been composed by Ashok Bhadra. The film is a remake of the 1996 Malayalam film Hitler, starring Mammootty and Shobhana.
Jeet is an Indian Bengali film actor, producer and television presenter. He made his film debut with a Telugu film, named Chandu that was released in 2001 which did not do that well at the box office. Further, Jeet moved on to do Bengali films and had his first breakthrough by portraying the lead character in Sathi. He has become one of the biggest stars Bengali cinema through the years, with films like - Awara, Boss: Born to Rule, Bachchan, Boss 2: Back to Rule, Game: he plays to win, Badsha - The Don, Inspector Nottyk, Jor, Beshi Korechi Prem Korechi, Fighter, Dui Prithibi, to his credit, all of them being Blockbuster.
Sajoni Aamar Sohag is a 2000 Bengali film directed by Anup Sengupta.The film waa produced by Rajkumar Kabra and Santu Sinha. It stars Prosenjit Chatterjee and Satabdi Roy. The film was a major commercial success banking on Chatterjee's stardom as well as his chemistry with Roy.
Anupam Dutta is an Indian music director and composer. He mainly contributed to the Bengali films directed by Swapan Saha.
Lokesh Ghosh is a Bengali film actor.
Anuradha Roy is an Indian actress who is recognized for her work in Bengali cinema. She made her film debut with Ajoy Bandopadhyay's horror drama Karoti (1988). She is best known for her role in Utsab (2000) directed by Rituparno Ghosh and Bengali TV serial Rajeshwari where she played Rani Rashmoni
Piya Sengupta is an Indian film actress, producer, director and writer.
Kaushik Banerjee is an Indian actor who is known for his work in Bengali cinema. He has appeared in more than a 100 films throughout his career of four decades.
Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay was an Indian film actress known for her works in Bengali films. In a career spanning three and a half decades, she had acted in around 300 films. Known for her outstanding performance in negative roles, she is considered to be the most glamorous vamp in the Bengali film industry.
Arun Bannerjee is an Indian Bengali film actor.
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