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Amar Choudhury (Bengali: অমর চৌধুরী, born 1898, date of death unknown) was a Bengali film actor, director, editor and writer. He directed Jamai Shashthi (Bengali: জামাই ষষ্ঠী) in 1931 produced by Madan Theatre Limited, credited as the first Bengali talkie. It was released in the same year as Alam Ara, the first Indian talkie on 11 April 1931 at Crown Cinema Hall in Calcutta.
|1923||Matri Sneha||Jyotish Bannerji||Actor|
|1931||Tritiya Paksha||Amar Choudhury||Actor, Director
|Jamai Sasthi||Amar Choudhury||Actor, Director
|Bibaha Bibhrat||Jyotish Bannerji||Actor|
|1932||Chira Kumari||Amar Choudhury||Actor, Director|
|Chirakumari||Amar Choudhury||Actor, Director|
|1933||Kalanka Bhanjan||Amar Choudhury||Actor, Director|
|1935||Satya Pathe||Amar Choudhury||Actor, Director|
|1941||Kavi Joydev||Hiren Bose||Actor|
|1946||Vande Mataram||Sudhirbandhu Bannerjee||Actor|
- Gokulsing, K.; Wimal Dissanayake (2004). Indian popular cinema: a narrative of cultural change. Trentham Books. p. 24. ISBN 1-85856-329-1.