Lokesh Ghosh

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Lokesh Ghosh
লোকেশ ঘোষ
Occupation Actor [1] [2]
Known forGunda (1999)
Sriman Bhootnath (1997)
Rakhi Purnima (2001) [3]

Lokesh Ghosh is a Bengali film actor. [4] [5] [6]


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