Soham Chakraborty

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Soham Chakraborty
Born Soham Chakraborty
Kolkata
Nationality Indian
Other names Master Bittu (during his childhood days)
Occupation Actor, Singer
Years active 1987 child artist–present
Spouse(s) Tanaya Paul (married 2012)

Soham Chakraborty is a Bengali film actor. He started his acting career as a child artist (as Master Bittu) at the age of three and this child actor won many hearts. He is specially remembered for being an child-actor in the film Shakha Proshakha or Shakha Proshakha (Branches of the Tree), a film by the legendary Satyajit Ray. But when he came back in Chander Bari as an adult actor and as an Hero "Bajimaat" Banner of Prince Entertainmentp4 it was a different game altogether. He proved his mettle over the years by acting in several successful films like Prem Aamar (2009).[1][2] After Dev and Jeet, he is one of the highest grossers in Tollywood Film Industry. He is now working on Venkatesh film's next project named Loveria with Pooja Bose. He has recently done an interview on Filmz24.com [3] about Loveria.

Early life[edit]

Soham was born in Kolkata on 4 March 1984. He has done his schooling from Patha-Bhavan.

Acting career[edit]

Soham Chakraborty debuted in 1987 Bengali film Chhoto Bou, at that time he was 2years and 1/2month old.[4] His first film at a young age was Chander Bari.[5] His next Big Budget film was Bajimaat directed by Haranath Chakraborty, Produce by Pijus saha which sank at the box office was his first film as a full fledged hero. Chakraborty has described that as a difficult phase of his acting career and he did not expect a chance in Bengali film industry after the success of Bajimaat. But, in next year he acted in Prem Aamar directed by Raj Chakraborty and produced by Shree Venkatesh Films. After Prem Aamar he acted in films like Rahasya, Jeena, and Soldier which were not commercially successful.[1][6] His another super hit film Amanush released in 2010. The film was directed by Rajib Biswas. Chakraborty played the role of Vinod, an orphan who has suffered a lot of physical and mental torture in his childhood.[6]

Soham also anchored in a reality show Twinkle Twinkle Dancing Star launched by makers of Chirodini...Tumi Je Amar, Prem Amar, Challenge and Amanush.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Year Movie Heroin Director Notes
1987 Choto Bou Anjan Chowdhury Child actor
1989 Mangaldip Haranath Chakraborty Child actor
1990 Shakha Proshakha Satyajit Ray Child actor
1990 Garmil Dilip Roy Child actor
1990 Debota Abhijit Sen Child actor
1991 Nabab Haranath Chakraborty Child actor
1992 Surer Bhubane Prabir Mitra Child actor
2003 Ek Tukro Chand Santu Pinaki Chowdhury
2007 Chander Bari Koyel Mallick Tarun Majumdar
2008 Bajimaat Subhashree Ganguly Haranath Chakraborty
2009 Prem Aamar Payel Sarkar Raj Chakraborty
2009 Rohosso
2009 Jeena Sanghamitra Chowdhury
2010 Soldier Subhash Dulal Bhowmik
2010 Amanush Srabanti Biswas Rajib Biswas
2010 Hangover Special appearance Prabhat Roy
2010 Kichu Paoya Kichu Chaoya Sankar Roy
2011 Atanka
2011 Faande Poriya Boga Kaande Re Srabanti Biswas Soumik Bandopadhay
2011 Jibon Rong Berong Abhishek Sanghamitra Chowdhury
2012 Le Halua Le Rahul Raja Chanda
2012 Jaaneman Koyel Mallick Raja Chanda
2012 Bojhena Shey Bojhena Mimi Chakraborty Raj Chakraborty
2013 Loveria Puja Bose Raja Chanda
2014 Bangali Babu English Mem Mimi Chakraborty Rabi Kinagi
2014 Golpo Holeo Shotti Mimi Chakraborty Birsa Dasgupta
2015 Amanush-2 Payel Sarkar Rajib Biswas
2015 Kathmandu Mimi Chakraborty Raj Chakraborty
2015 Eakti Golpo Subhashree Ganguly

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "I have become choosey: Soham Chakraborty". Times of India. 20 January 2010. Retrieved 11 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "Soham Chakraborty Bengali Actor". Retrieved 11 December 2012. 
  3. ^ "Soham Chakraborty Recent Interview About Loveria". Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  4. ^ Nag, Kushali (May 27, 2008). "Spotlight". The Telegraph, Calcutta (Calcutta, India). Retrieved 11 October 2012. 
  5. ^ "Janemon pair Koel & Soham romance in serene Switzerland". The Telegraph (Calcutta) (Calcutta, India). 9 May 2012. Retrieved 11 October 2012. 
  6. ^ a b Nag, Kushali (April 27, 2010). "Why soham plays a geek in friday release Amanush". The Telegraph (Calcutta) (Calcutta, India). Retrieved 11 October 2012. 
  7. ^ "Soham to make TV debut?". Times of India. April 23, 2010. Retrieved 25 December 2012. 

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