Koushani Mukherjee

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Koushani Mukherjee
NationalityIndian
OccupationModel, actress
Years active2015–present
Political party All India Trinamool Congress [1]
AwardsMiss Beauty of Kolkata

Koushani Mukherjee is an Indian actress-turned politician. She mainly appears in Bengali films. [2] She debuted in the movie Parbona Ami Chartey Tokey in 2015, with Bonny Sengupta, directed by Raj Chakraborty. [3]

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Career

In 2015, Mukherjee won Miss Beauty of Kolkata. [4]

Mukherjee began her film career in 2015 with Raj Chakraborty's movie Parbona Ami Chartey Tokey . [5] Mukherjee plays Aparna, a romantic interest in the movie. [6] In 2016, she appeared in Kelor Kirti , a romantic comedy directed by Raja Chanda. [7] [8] [9] In Kelor Kirti , she plays a wealthy young woman, Anuskha, who falls in love with a journalist. [10] In 2017, she was cast in a new release by Ravi Kinnagi. [11] In the year 2019 she was signed as the cover for FFACE Fashion Calendar.

Filmography

YearFilmsRoleDirectorNotes
2015 Parbona Ami Chartey Tokey Aparna Roy/Apu Raj Chakraborty
2016 Kelor Kirti Anushka Raja Chanda
2017 Tomake Chai Diya Rajiv Kumar Biswas
Jio Pagla Monalisa Ravi Kinagi
2018 Hoichoi Unlimited Anindita Aniket Chattopadhyay
Girlfriend Suchitra Raja Chanda
2019 Jamai Badal Barsha Ravi Kinagi
Baccha Shoshur JonakiBiswarup Biswas
Jaanbaaz Police officer Anup Sengupta
2020Biye.com [12] Shreya Abhijit Guha, Sudeshna Roy ZEE5 Release
2021Tumi Ashbe BoleAankhi Sujit Mondal
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Politics

Koushani Mukherjee joined the All India Trinamool Congress on 24 January 2021 along with EIMPA president Piya Sengupta. She was nominated as the party's candidate from the Krishnanagar Uttar constituency in the 2021 West Bengal Assembly Elections.She lost with a margin of 35,089 votes from veteran BJP leader Sri Mukul Roy.

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