Parambrata Chatterjee

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Parambrata Chatterjee
Parambrata Chatterjee photo.jpg
Parambrata Chatterjee, attending the success party of Kahaani
Native name পরমব্রত চট্টোপাধ্যায়
Born Parambrata Chatterjee
Kolkata, India
Nationality Indian
Ethnicity Bengali
Occupation Actor, Director
Years active 2003–present
Home town Kolkata
Relatives Ritwik Ghatak
(Grandfather)

Parambrata Chatterjee is an Indian actor and director in film and television.[1] Chatterjee started his career with Bengali television and films. But he rose to fame after starring in the film Kahaani; starring along with Vidya Balan. Parambrata also acted in Bhalo Theko which is Vidya Balan's debut film.[2]

Personal life[edit]

He was born in Kolkata, West Bengal to a film critic parents. He is the son of Satinath Chatterjee and Sunetra Ghatak, and the grandson of filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak[3][4]

Education[edit]

He went to Dolna Day School and then Patha Bhavan, Kolkata for schooling and Jadavpur University for bachelor and master's degree in English literature. He Also Did Masters in Film and TV Production From Bristol University, Bristol, United Kingdom.

Career[edit]

His directorial debut feature film is Jiyo Kaka starred by Raima Sen and Rudranil Ghosh. His second directorial venture was Hawa Bodol. Seven months after the success of Kahaani he was signed by Jeffrey D. Brown, who won an Academy Award for his debut short film in 1986, for his upcoming film Sold.[5][6]

Workshop Productions Pvt. Ltd.[edit]

On 30 May 2011 Parambrata became producer along with his acting colleague Rudranil Ghosh by launching their own production house, Workshop Productions Pvt. Ltd, in association with Dipak Raha of Sambandh Group.[7]

Filmography[edit]

As director
As Actor
Year Title Character Played Notes Director Producer
2003 Bombaiyer Bombete Tapesh (Topshe) Sandip Ray
Bhalo Theko Deep Gautam Halder
Hemanter Pakhi Babai Urmi Chakraborty
2004 Swapnasundari[8] Telefilm
2005 Shubhodrishti Romen Prabhat Roy
Nishijapon Shyamal Sandip Ray
2006 Ankush Rahul TV serial
The Bong Connection Apu Anjan Dutt
Dosar Bobby Rituparno Ghosh
Aamra Raj Mainak Bhaumik
2007 Kailashey Kelenkari Topshe[9] Sandip Ray
2008 10:10 Guest Appearance Arin Paul
Chalo Let's Go Sanjay Anjan Dutt
Tintorettor Jishu Topshe Sandip Ray
2009 Brake Fail Kaushik Ganguly
Ek Bar Bolo Uttam Kumar Kyabla Chinmoy Roy
033 Som Birsa Dasgupta
Box Number 1313
Kaalbela Animesh Goutam Ghosh
Kaler Rakhal Shubal
2010 Thana Theke Aschi Saran Dutta
2011 Jaani Dyakha Hawbe Megh Anjan Dutt
Baishe Srabon Abhijeet Srijit Mukherji
Jiyo Kaka Director Parambrata Chattopadhyay
2012 Bhooter Bhabishyat Ayan Sengupta Anik Dutta
Kahaani Satyaki Sinha(Rana) Hindi film Sujoy Ghosh
Hemlock Society Ananda Kar Srijit Mukherji
Ekla Akash Arijit Sandipan Roy
Abhiman — Osthityer Lorai
Juddho Poristhiti[10]
Balukabela.com Akash Partha Sen
Teen Yaari Katha Antu premiered at the 2006 Abhjit Guha & Sudeshna Roy
2013 Maach Mishti & More Ronnie Mainak Bhaumik
Hawa Bodol Jeet Director Parambrata Chattopadhyay
Proloy Barun Biswas Raj Chakraborty
2014 Obhishopto Nighty Aparesh Lahiri 14 February 2014 Birsa Dasgupta
Apur Panchali Subir Banerjee Releasing 25 April 2014 Kaushik Ganguly
Chaya Manush Rahul Arindam Mamdo Dey
Gang of Ghosts Director 21 March 2014 Satish Kaushik
Yaara Silly Silly Filming
Sold Vikram 7 March 2014 Jeffrey D. Brown
Highway Ashmin Kapoor Sudipto Chattopadhyay
Hercules August, 2014 Abhjit Guha & Sudeshna Roy
Chotushkone Joyobroto (Joy) 26 September 2014 Srijit Mukherji
2015 Mahabharat Murari Ghoshal (inspired from Krishna) Kamaleshwar Mukherjee Shrikant Mohta
Traffic Filming Rajesh Pillai
Glamour 6th February Mahua Chakraborty

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Parambrata". Calcutta, India: www.telegraphindia.com. 2008-06-24. Retrieved 2008-11-12. 
  2. ^ Nivas, Namita (23 March 2012). "I'm not thinking of future in Bollywood: Parambrata Chatterjee". The Indian Express. 
  3. ^ Actor, Top (18 November 2005). "Direct action!". The Telegraph (Calcutta, India). Retrieved 10 November 2012. 
  4. ^ "Who is Parambrata Chatterjee". IBN Live. 14 March 2012. 
  5. ^ K Jha, Subhas (18 September 2012). "Parambrata headed for Hollywood". Times of India. Mumbai Mirror. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  6. ^ Nag, Kushali (5 January 2008). "Three boys & a babe". The Telegraph (Calcutta, India). Retrieved 12 November 2008. 
  7. ^ Workshop
  8. ^ Sengupta, Reshmi (2004-07-21). "Director’s diary". Calcutta, India: www.telegraphindia.com. Retrieved 2008-11-12. 
  9. ^ Nag, Kushali (2008-09-03). "The return of the sleuth". Calcutta, India: www.telegraphindia.com. Retrieved 2008-11-12. 
  10. ^ http://timesofap.com/cinema/parambrata-chatterjees-next-movie-titled-juddho-poristhiti/

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External links[edit]

Awards and achievements
BFJA Awards
Preceded by
Shilajeet Majumdar
for Mahulbanir Sereng
Most Promising Actor Award
for Nishi Japan

2006
Succeeded by
Rishi Kaushik
for Kranti