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February 22, 1906
Darjeeling, Bengal Province, British India
|Died||February 10, 1974
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
|Years active||1933 - 1974 (till death)|
Pahari Sanyal, (Bengali: পাহাড়ী সান্যাল) (22 February 1906–10 February 1974) born Nagendranath Sanyal, was a Bengali character actor whose status was as towering as that of others such as Chhabi Biswas and Kamal Mitra.
Sanyal acted in many Bengali films Like "Harano Sur", "Bhanu Goyenda Jahar Assistant", "Shilpi" etc. Besides being a character actor, Sanyal gave a performance in his portrayal of Bengali reformer Vidyasagar. He played a small role of an ornithologist in Satyajit Ray's Kanchenjungha. He was seen in some of Hindi films such as Raj Kapoor starrer Jagte Raho and English films such as Merchant-Ivory venture, The Householder.
|1933||Yahudi Ki Ladki|
|1955||Sabar Upare||Rita's brother, a journalist|
|1956||Jagte Raho||Shashan, Meenu's husband|
|1957||Harano Sur||Roma's father|
|1957||Ek Din Ratre|
|1970||Aranyer Din Ratri||Sadashiv Tripathi|
|1969||Aradhana Hindi||Sharmila Tagore's father|
- Sunil K. Datta (2002). The raj & the Bengali people. Firma KLM. p. 137. Retrieved 31 October 2012.
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