Prosenjit Chatterjee

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Prosenjit Chatterjee
Set of porichoi 2014-02-04 20-17.jpeg
at the set of porichoy
Born (1962-09-30) 30 September 1962 (age 52)[1][2]
Kolkata, India
Ethnicity Bengali
Height 5 ft 7 in
Spouse(s) Debashree Roy (1992–1995, divorced)
Aparna Guhathakurta (1997–2002, divorced)
Arpita Pal (2002–2014, divorced)
Awards Best Actor2007 Dosar
Website
prosenjit.in

Prosenjit Chatterjee (also Prosenjeet Chatterjee or Prosenjit Chattopadhyay (Bengali: প্রসেনজিৎ চট্টোপাধ্যায় Prosenjit Chôṭṭopaddhae; born 30 September 1962),[3] professionally known as Proshenjit, is an Indian film actor and producer who works in Bengali and Hindi cinema. His fans affectionately called him Bumba Da.[4] In rural Bengal he is addressed as Poshenjit. His rural fan base led him to do many films which had rustic storylines, films intellectuals shied away from. But his popularity was undeniable. Since 2003 with Rituparno Ghosh's Chokher Bali (co-starring Aishwarya Rai) he has acted in numerous films that won critical acclaim. In 2007 he received the National Award Silver Lotus for his performance in Dosar.[5] He had acted in over 279 films as of October 2009. He is the Chief Mentor at International Institute of Photography in Kolkata to guide young talents.

Prosenjit has been the leading star of Bengali (West Bengal) commercial cinema for the past three decades.

Family background[edit]

Prosenjit is the only son of Biswajeet, the actor from Tollygunge who carved a niche in Hindi cinema in the 1960s, Prosenjit made his debut when he was just four years old in his father's Chhotto Jignasa (The Tiny Question). The film was a big hit and little Bumba’s fresh and natural performance warmed hearts in full theatres in 1969. It was back to school after that. His parents divorced; at age of sixteen, Prosenjit was left with the responsibility of his family consisting of his mother and little sister Pallavi Chatterjee, now an actress in her own right. Recently he hosted a family reality show in zee bangla 'Banglar Sera Paribar'. He also produced a bengali serial as a producer with his wife Arpita which is telecasted in zee bangla. The name of the serial is 'kanakanjali'.

However due to his father's role in his parents' separation, he and his sister Pallavi have little or no contact, at least officially, with him.

Prosenjit also got a request from Shoojit to play the role of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in Jaffna.

Personal life[edit]

He attended Calcutta Airport English High School (H.S.) up to class 10. He attended St. Xavier's Collegiate School and St. Xavier's College, Calcutta.[6] Prosenjit lives in Kolkata with his wife, actress Arpita Pal, and their son Trishanjit. He has had two previous marriages with Debashree Roy and Aparna Guhathakurta.[7][8][9][10]

Film career[edit]

Press Conference of "Jaatishwar"

He made his debut as hero in ice age (1983), a teenage romance along the lines of Bobby. The film filled a vacuum in Bengali cinema through its look and mounting, distanced from stereotypical Bangla films of the time. It turned out to be a super-duper hit and, overnight, Prosenjit found stardom thrust on him.

He considers the character of Koushik, the husband in Rituparno Ghosh's Dosar (2006) as his most challenging role.

"The story begins with Koushik cheating on his wife, spending a weekend with another woman and then running into a near-fatal accident. He sustains severe injuries and most of the time, I was horizontal and had to emote only through my eyes. None of my body parts moved except my eyes. It was extremely exhausting in a physical sense. It was also challenging because the Indian audience does not generally accept such characters."

Amar Sangi (1987) opposite Vijayeta Pandit, Apon Amaar Apon (1990) directed by Tarun Majumdar and Buddhadev Dasgupta’s Ami, Yasin Ar Amar Madhubala (2007) are the three outstanding films of his career. The song "Chirodini Tumi Je Amar" from Amar Sangi remains a hot favourite among lovers of Bengali music. In fact, Amar Sangi was his turning-point film. Prosenjit did not have to look back after that.

Among the 50 or so leading ladies he has acted with, he rates Debashree Roy (whom he was once married to) as the best. "She is outstanding and completely dedicated to her work. I have worked with her in more than 25 films. It is a pleasure to be cast opposite her in any film and I would welcome the opportunity any time she agrees to act with me. Many talented young women faded away into oblivion, constantly throwing up the challenge of creating new and talented leading ladies in the Bengali film industry," says Prosenjit. Satabdi Roy takes top place as his heroine, having acted with him in more than 50 films. He has done 35 films with Rachana Banerjee, 50 with Rituparna Sengupta, around 16 with Indrani Haldar and four with his wife Arpita Pal.Prosenjit and rituparna was the best jodi of tollywood and their maximum films were hit.

Prosenjit made an attempt to make it in Bollywood in 1990 when played the role of Mumtaz's son in her disastrous comeback film Aandhiyan. It was directed by David Dhawan. The story revolves around aspirations where his ordinary wife would be a disturbing factor. The son (played by Prosenjit) grows up to take revenge and finally unites his parents. The film disappeared without a trace. But this did not stop Prosenjit from playing the hero in the Mehul Kumar directed Meet Mere Man Ke (1991) alongside Ayesha Jhulka, Feroz Khan and Salma Agha. This, too, was a disaster after which Prosenjit decided to came back to his roots, choosing to become numero uno in his home state rather than becoming a bit-star doing secondary roles in Bollywood films. His other Bollywood films are Sone Ki Lanka and Veerta. After 21 years he made a comeback to Bollywood in Dibakar Banerjee's Shanghai.His next upcoming Bollywood film Traffic.[11]

One of the best works of Prosenjit is as Arun Chatterjee in Srijit Mukerji's Autograph. His first ever produced film Bapi Bari Jaa[12][13] hit the theatres on 7 December 2012.[14][15]

Awards[edit]

Awards won by Prosenjit Chatterjee
Award name Year Category Movie Result
BFJA Award 1998 Best Actor Tumi Ele Tai Won
BFJA Award 1999 Best Actor Ashray Won
BFJA Award 2000 Best Actor Utsab Won
Academy Award 2003 Best Actor Chokher Bali Won
BFJA Award 2003 Best Actor Chokher Bali Won
Anandalok Awards 1997 Best Actor Ranokhetro[16] Won
Kalakar Awards 2005 Best Actor Surya (film) Won
BFJA Award 2007 Best Actor Dosar Won
National Film Award - Special Jury Award / Special Mention (Feature Film) 2007 Best Actor Dosar[17] Won
Star Jalsha Entertainment Award 2010 Best Actor Housefull Won
Big Bangla movie awards 2011 Best Actor Autograph (2010 film) Won
Zee Gaurav award for Best Actor 2011 Best Actor Autograph (2010 film) Won
Anandalok Awards 2011 Best Actor Moner Manush Won
Stardust Awards 2013 Best Supporting Actor Shanghai (2012 film) Won
Mirchi Music Awards Bangla 2013 Surochitrak Prosenjit Won
Mohanayak Somman Government of West Bengal 2013 Mohanayak Somman Won
Filmfare Awards East 2014 Best Actor Mishawr Rawhoshyo Pending
Zee Bangla Gaurav Samman 2014 Best Actor Mishawr Rawhoshyo Nominated

Filmography[edit]

Selected Filmography(1983-2000)[edit]

Year Movie Director Co-stars Remarks
1981 Pratisodh Sukhen Das Uttam Kumar, Soumitra Chattopadhyay, Savitri Devi, Sukhen Das The only film with Uttam Kumar, Soumitra Chatterjee, and Prosenjit all enacting in a single scene.
1983 Duti Pata Bimal Roy His first hit film as a lead actor
1986 Atanko Tapan Sinha First film with Tapan Sinha
1986 Pathbhola Tarun Majumdar First film with Tarun Majumdar
1987 Amar Sangi Sujit Guha Vijeta Pandit His first blockbuster film
1988 Ora Charjon Samit Bhanjo Debashree Roy
1988 Choto Bou Anjan Choudhury Devika
1988 Debi Baran Srikanto Guhathakurata Debashree Roy
1988 Jyoti (1988 film) Sabdo kumar Anuradha Patel
1989 Asha O Bhalobasha Sujit Guha Deepika Chikhalia
1989 Aamar Tumi Bimal Roy Farah Naaz
1989 Aakrosh (1989 film) Sujit Guha Debashree Roy
1989 Jhankar (1989 film) Sujit Guha Debashree Roy
1989 Amar Prem (1989 film) Sujit Guha Juhi Chawla
1990 Apan Amar Apan Tarun Majumdar Satabdi Roy
1990 Aandhiyan (Hindi film) David Dhawan Mumtaz, Shatrughan Sinha, Madhushree, Om Shivpuri
1990 Mandira (1990 film) Sujit Guha Indrani Halder,Sonam
1990 Badnam (1990 film) Sibu Mitra Neelam Kothari
1991 Katha Dilam Rupat Das Ayesha Jhulka
1991 Meet Mere Man Ke (Hindi) Mehul Kumar Ayesha Jhulka,Feroz Khan,Salma Agha
1992 Raktalekha Ram Mukherjee Debashree Roy
1992 Apan Por Tapan Saha Juhi Chawla
1992 Priya (film) Sibu Mitra Pallavi Joshi
1992 Surer Bhubane (1992) Prabir Mitra Tapas Pal, Samit Bhanja, Rupa Ganguly
1992 Maa Prasanta Nanda Satabdi Roy 1st film of Oriya director Prasad Nanda with Prosenjit - Double version film Oriya & Bengal.
1992 Purusatyam Prosenjit chatterjee Debashree Roy Directorial of Prosenjit - 1st full Bengali film in Cinemascope after 'Jyoti'- very hitech film-highly appreciated for technique
1993 Veerta (Hindi) Shibu Mitra Sunny Deol,jaya prada,shakti kapoor,prem chopra,neena gupta
1993 Mon Mane Na Inder Sen silpa das
1993 Sradhanjali Srikanto Guha Thakurta Satabdi Roy, Debashree Roy
1993 Sukher Sargo Biresh Chatterjee Satabdi Roy
1993 Ghar Sansar (1993 film) Prasant Nanda Satabdi Roy Multi starrer
1994 Ajana Path Srinivas Chakraborty Nita Puri/ Pran Bollywood heroine-experience with Pran
1994 Rakta Nadir Dhara Ram Mukherjee Debashree Roy
1994 Rajar Raja Samit Bhanja Abhishek Chatterjee, Rupa Ganguly,Debashree Roy
1994 Biswas Abiswas Swapan Saha Indrani Halder
1994 Dhusar Godhuli Bimal Roy Koel (Bomby), Swati Sarkar, Vasant Choudhury
1994 Nag Panchami (film) Bijoy bhatt Rituparna Sengupta First film with Rituparna
1995 Sangharsa Haranath Chakraborty Ranjit Mallik
1995 Mohini Bimal Dutta Robi Ghosh, Samit Bhanja, Rachana Banerjee First film with Rachana Banerjee
1995 Drishti Taba Mullik Madhumita,Dipankar Dey, Samit Bhanja, Amjad Khan
1996 Bhai Amar Bhai Swapan Saha Anushree Das 1st Venkatesh production from where Swapan Saha, PC & Venkatesh took off- 50 weeks running
1996 Unishe April Rituporno Ghosh Deboshree Roy His first hit
1996 Biyer Phool Ram Mukherjee Rani Mukherjee Rani Mukherjee Debut
1996 Sakhi Tumi Kar Swapan Saha Satabdi Roy
1996 Lathi (1996 film) Prabhat Roy Satabdi Roy
1997 Moner Manush (1997 film) Sujit Guha Rituparna Sengupta Rituparna-Prosenjit pair took off as the leading pair-business peak of Bengali cinema.
1997 Bakul Priya Swapan Saha Satabdi Roy
1997 Bhalobasa Samit Bhanja Indrani Haldar, Chinmoy Ray, Sabitri Chattopadhyay
1997 Mayar Badhon Swapan Saha Satabdi Roy, Rituparna Sengupta
1997 Pabitra Papi Anup Sengupta Rituparna Sengupta
1998 Aami Sei Meye Prosenjit Rituparna Sengupta 2nd directorial of PC-guest role Prosenjit-pair Alamgir & Rituparna
1998 Baba Keno Chakar Swapan Saha Rituparna Sengupta 1st Bengali film of Rajjak with Prosenjit-Blockbuster,highest grosser movie of 1998
1998 Ranokhetro Haranath Chakraborty Satabdi Roy
1999 Khelaghar Prabhat Roy Rituparna Sengupta
1999 Sei To Abar Kache Ele Varsha Usgaonkar Bollywood heroine
1999 Tumi Ele Tai Prabhat Roy Rituparna Sengupta
1999 Dai Dayitma Haranath Chakraborty Rituparna Sengupta, Indrani Halder
1999 Sudhu Ekbar Bolo Prabhat Roy Rituparna Sengupta Blockbuster
2000 Sasurbari Zindabad Haranath Chakraborty Rituparna Sengupta Made business of 3-4 crores-trend set for Cinemascope-turning point of Bengali films technically and financially.
2000 Ei Ghar Ei Sansar Swapan Saha Rituparna Sengupta
2000 Aasroy Haranath Chakraborty Rituparna Sengupta
2000 Madhur Milan Tushar Majumdar Rituparna Sengupta
2000 Apon Holo Por Ratan Adhikary Indrani Halder

2001 – present[edit]

Year Movie Director Co-stars Remarks
2001 Utsav Rituporno Ghosh Rituparna Sengupta
2001 Guru Shisya(2001 film) Swapan Saha Rituparna Sengupta
2001 Pratibad Haranath Chakraborty Arpita Pal Arpita debut heroine - action packed,blockbuster
2001 Jamaibabu Jindabad Ratan Adhikary Rituparna Sengupta
2002 Inquilaab (2002 film) Anup Sengupta Arpita Pal
2002 Annadaata Ravi Kinagi Sreelekha Mitra
2002 Devdas Shakti Samanta Arpita Pal
2002 Deva (2002 film) Sujit Guha Arpita Pal
2002 Kurukshetra (2002 film) Swapan Saha Rachna Banerjee
2003 Sabuj Saathi Swapan Saha Rachna Banerjee After release of Sathi of Jeet, PC was challenged that he might not be successful as a romantic lover boy but this film was bumper hit.
2003 Mayer Aanchal Anup Sengupta Rachna Banerjee Blockbuster - 50 weeks.
2003 Chokher Bali Rituporno Ghosh Aishwarya Rai, Raima Sen BOLLYWOOD HEROINE
2003 Kartavya (2003 film) Swapan Saha Rachna Banerjee
2004 Agni (2004 film) Swapan Saha Rachna Banerjee
2004 Paribar Anup Sengupta Rachna Banerjee Agni & Paribaar same day release
2004 Surya (film) Haranath Chakraborty Anu Chowdhury
2004 Gyarakal Haranath Chakraborty Rachna Banerjee
2004 Sudhu Tumi Abhijit Guha/Sudeshna Roy Koel Mallick
2004 Tyaag (film) Swapan Saha Rachna Banerjee
2004 Badsha The King Khudiram Chakraborty Koel Mallick
2004 Sajani (2004 film) Swapan Saha Rimi Sen
2005 Sangram (2005 film) Haranath Chakraborty Arunima Ghosh PC played as 12 different character,blockbuster
2005 Bazi (2005 film) Shyama Rachna Banerjee
2005 Nayak- the Real Hero Sujit Guha Swastika Mukherjee
2005 Shakal Sandhya Swapan Saha Rachna Banerjee
2005 Rajmohol Swapan Saha Rachna Banerjee
2006 Refugee (2006 film) Haranath Chakraborty Rambha (actress)
2006 Raju Uncle Haranath Chakraborty Sayantani Ghosh
2006 Criminal (2006 film) Sankar Roy Rachana Banerjee
2006 Dosar Rituporno Ghosh Konkona Sen Sharma He won national award for best actor for the film Dosar
2006 Swapno Haranath Chakraborty Sayantani Ghosh
2006 Agni Pariksha (2006 film) Ravi Kinagi Priyanka Trivedi
2006 Sangharsha Sayantani Ghosh Sayantani Ghosh
2007 Bandhu (2007 film) Prasant Nanda Swastika Mukherjee
2007 Kalishankar (2007 Bengali film) Prasant Nanda Anu Chowdhury Double version - Bengali & Oriya.
2007 Greptar Swapan Saha Swastika Mukherjee
2008 Hochcheyta Ki Basu Chatterjee Paoli Dam, Arunima Ghosh
2008 Mahakaal Swapan Ghosal Indira Dhar Indira Dhar(debut Movie)
2008 Golmaal (2008 film) Swapan Saha Priyanka Trivedi
2008 Fantoosh Raj Mukherjee Rachana Banerjee
2008 Takkar Swapan Saha Rachana Banerjee
2008 Khela Rituporno Ghosh Manisha Koirala, Raima Sen Bollywood heroine.
2008 Swapner Din Buddhadev Dasgupta Rimi Sen, Raima Sen
2008 Ami, Yasin Ar Amar Madhubala Buddhadev Dasgupta Sameera Reddy Bollywood heroine.
2009 Shob Charitro Kalponik Rituporno Ghosh Bipasha Basu
2009 Houseful (2009 Bengali film) Bappaditya Bandopadhyay Rimjhim Gupta, Nitya ganguly, Rwita Datta Chakraborty, Sreelekha Mitra
2009 Mama Bhagne (film) Anup Sengupta Ananya Chatterjee
2010 Moner Manush Goutam Ghose Paoli Dam Blockbuster, remarkable flim in his career and also bengali flim industry
2010 Autograph (2010 film) Srijit Mukherji Nandana Sen Directorial debut of Srijit Mukherjee, Blockbuster
2010 Hangover (2010 film) Prabhat Ray Sayantika Bannerjee
2011 Noukadubi Rituporno Ghosh Raima Sen, Riya Sen
2011 Kashmakash (Hindi) Rituporno Ghosh Raima Sen, Riya Sen
2011 Chalo Paltai Haranath Chakraborty Mouli Ganguly
2011 Baishe Srabon Srijit Mukherji Raima Sen 2nd flim with Sriijit Mukherjee,blockbuster
2012 Aparajita Tumi Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury Padmapriya Janakiraman, Kamalinee Mukherjee
2012 Shanghai (2012 film) Dibakar Banerjee Kalki Koechlin
2012 Bikram Singha : The Lion Is Back Rajib Biswas Richa Gangopadhyay Double version - Bengali & Hindi.
2013 Mishawr Rahasya Srijit Mukherji Swastika Mukherjee Blockbuster
2013 Paapi Aziz Sejawal Aarya Babbar, Rajesh Sharma, Pooja Bharathi Double version - Bengali & Hindi.
2013 Hanuman.com Gaurav Pandey Mousumi
2014 Jaatishwar Srijit Mukherji Swastika Mukherjee
2014 Force (2014 film) Raja Chanda Arpita Pal

Upcoming films[edit]

Years Film Cast Director
2014 Traffic (2014 film) Divya Dutta, Manoj Bajpayee, Parambrata Chatterjee Rajesh Pillai
2015 Porichoi Ferdous Ahmed, Indrani Chakraborty, Rupali
2015 Lorai[18] Payel Sarkar, Indrasish Roy, Kanchan Mallick, Kharaj Mukherjee Parambrata Chatterjee
2015 Mahabharat Dev Kamaleshwar Mukherjee
2015 Untitled[disambiguation needed] Jeet (actor),Bidya Sinha Mim Raja Chanda
2015 Untitled Vidya Balan Sujoy Ghosh
2015 Untitled Goutam Ghosh
2015 Kakababu 2 Srijit Mukherjee

Television[edit]

Prosenjit has also appeared in many Bengali television serials like Tomay Amay Mile and Ishti Kutum.

As An Anchor[edit]

Year Show Telecasting Channel
2013 Banglar Sera Paribar Zee Bangla
2014 Tumi Je Aamar[19][20] Zee Bangla

Most successful films[edit]

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