Indrani Haldar

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Indrani Haldar
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Born (1971-01-06) 6 January 1971 (age 44)
Kolkata, India
Alma mater Jogamaya Devi College
Occupation Actor
Years active 1990–present
Spouse(s) Bhaskar Roy

Indrani Haldar (born 6 January 1971) is an Indian actress who has mostly worked in Bengali films.

Early life[edit]

Indrani was born in the city of Kolkata. Her father is Sanjoy Haldar. She finished her schooling from the Multipurpose Girl’s School and graduated from Jogamaya Devi College, an affiliated women's college of University of Calcutta. She was trained in classical dance from Thankumoni Kutti.

Career[edit]

Indrani made her acting debut as a child artist in the television serial Tero Parban.[1] She lived in Mumbai during 2008 to 2013 to act in Hindi tv serials.[2]

Awards[edit]

  • Best actress award at the Madrid International Film Festival for Jara Bristite Bhijechhilo (2008).[3]
  • Best Actress (1998), for Dahan with Rituparna Sengupta, (co-star), 42nd National Film Festival of India.
  • Patton Kalakar Award for roles in Kuasha Jakhan (1997)
  • BFJA - Best Actress Award for Charachar (1995)
  • BFJA - Best Actress Award for Sanjhbatir Rupkathara (2003)
  • BFJA - Best Supporting Actress Award for "Faltu" (2007)
  • Anondalok Award - Best Actress Award for "Dahan" (1999)
  • Anondalok Award - Best Actress Award for "Anu" (2000)

Personal life[edit]

Indrani was engaged to Sanjeeb Dasgupta. He was the co-star in the movie Dahan.

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

  • Strings of Passion (Hindi, Bengali- 2012)
  • Takhan Teish(Bengali-2010)
  • Antim Swash Sundar(Bengali-2010)
  • Angshumaner Chhobi (Bengali-2009)
  • Chowdhary Paribar (Bengali - 1998)
  • Raatporir Rupkatha(Bengali-2007)
  • Jara Brishtitey Bhijechhilo (Bengali-2007)
  • Aankush (Bengali - 2006)
  • Asamapto (Bengali - 2005)
  • Faltu (Bengali - 2005)
  • Assassin (Bengali - 2004)
  • Anandalok (Bengali - 2002)
  • Debdas (Bengali - 2002)
  • Saanjhbatir Roopkathara (Bengali - 2002)
  • Bor Kone (Bengali - 2002)
  • Bhairav (Hindi - 2001)
  • Dekha (Bengali - 2001)
  • Paromitar Ek Din (Bengali - 2000)
  • Anu (Bengali - 1998)
  • Dahan (Bengali - 1997)
  • Lal Darja (1997)
  • Biyer Phool (Bengali - 1996)
  • Charachar (Bengali - 1994)
  • Daan Protidan (Bengali - 1993)
  • Kaancher Prithibi (Bengali - 1992)
  • Shwet Patharer Thala (Bengali - 1992)
  • Sampradaan (Bengali)
  • Apon Holo Pawr (Bengali)
  • Daybaddha (Bengali)
  • Ebong Tumi Aar Aami (Bengali)
  • Jeebon Pakhi (Bengali)
  • Atltaayi (Bengali)
  • Chakravyuha (Bengali)
  • Sagar Banya (Bengali)
  • Saikat Sangeet (Bengali)
  • Sesh Ashray (Bengali)
  • Tin Bhuboner Paare (Bengali)
  • Antarbash (Bengali)
  • Debor (Bengali)

Television and short films[edit]

  • Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak?
  • Fakir (Hindi - 1998)
  • Kuasha Jakhan (Bengali - 1997)
  • Sange Indrani - a weekly interview on Tara TV featuring celebrity guests, hosted by Haldar
  • Bahanno Episode
  • Tamasharekha
  • Ma Shakti
  • Purbo Purush
  • Bhool Thikana
  • Jeebon Rekha
  • Hamaari Shaadi
  • Tero Parban
  • Prashchito (NTV Bengali Telefilm)
  • Pinzor (NTV Bengali Telefilm)
  • Sujata
  • Somoy
  • Savitri

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chatterji, Shoma A. "Star, Artist". Rediff. Retrieved 2007-03-20. 
  2. ^ Rafi Hossain (2015-01-13). "INDRANI HALDAR BENGAL AND BEYOND". The Daily Star. Retrieved 2015-01-13. 
  3. ^ Indrani Haldar bags best actress award in Spain

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