Ramaprasad Banik

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Ramaprasad Banik
Died 2010
Nationality Indian
Occupation Actor

Ramaprasad Banik (?–2010) was a Bengali theatre actor, director and playwright.[1][2] He also worked in films and televisions. He started his career at a very early age with Putul khela, which was an adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House. This play was directed by Sombhu Mitra. Banik was called protégé of the Sombhu Mitra. Banik wrote and acted in many plays for Bohurupee.[1] In 1981 he left Bohurupee he created his own theatre group Chena Mukh. In 1991 he created another theatre group "Theatre Passion"[2] He was a very prominent part of the Nehru Children's Museum theatre classes.[3]

Career[edit]

Plays[edit]

With Bohurupee
  • Putul Khela
  • Dashachakra
  • Chhera Tar
  • Dashachakra
  • Chhar Addhaye
  • Jadi Arekbar
With Chena Mukh
  • Ranee Kahini
  • Icchegari
  • Aguntuk
  • Pakhi
  • Sharanagato
With Theatre Passion
  • Kabikatha
  • Trata
  • The Tempest
  • Dahanshil
  • Antar Bahir
  • Sparshak
  • Bhablai Bhalo
  • Anukul
  • Anko Sir, Golapi Babu ar Tipu
  • Iti Mritajan
With Nehru Children's Museum
  • Mahabidya Primary
  • Ekla Pagol
  • Manoniyo Shotyo
  • Jodio Sandhya
  • Anubhab
  • Sarashwati Samipeshu
  • Luxembourg er Laxmi
  • Bhalobasha
  • Parichoy
With Purba Paschim
  • Angshumati
  • Patolbabu Film Star
With Anya Theatre
  • Ache Ache Sthan
With Taki Natyam
  • Good Morning Nishikanta
With IFTA
  • Ghasiram Kotwal
With Ajantrik
  • Pratham Path

Films[edit]

  • Chalo Patol Tuli (2011)
  • Aalo Chhaya (2011)
  • Bajikar (2011)
  • Ek Poloke Ektu Dekha (2011)
  • Purna Brahma Sri Sri Harichand (2011)
  • Juaari (2009)
  • Hochheta Ki? (2008)
  • Sadhu Babar Lathi (2008)
  • Abar Asbo Phire (2004)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Theatre personality Ramaprasad Banik dead". The Hindu. 29 December 2010. Retrieved 25 June 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Eminent theatre personality Ramaprasad Banik dead". Sify (Source: IANS). Retrieved 25 June 2012. 
  3. ^ "Rama Prasad Banik dies at private hospital in Kolkata". OneIndia. Retrieved 25 June 2012. 

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