Bidita Bag

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Bidita Bag
Native name বিদিতা বাগ
Born (1991-09-30) 30 September 1991 (age 25)[1][2]
Santragachhi, Howrah, West Bengal, India
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2010–present

Bidita Bag (born 30 September 1991) is an Indian actress and a professional model. She has a varied portfolio when it comes to print advertisements, TV commercials and films. She is mostly known for her inclination towards socio-political films.[3][4][5]

Early life[edit]

Bidita is from Santragachhi, Howrah, West Bengal. She was born into a Bengali Hindu family of Indian state of West Bengal.

She attended Kendriya Vidyala, Santragachi and completed her pre-university studies from Kendriya Vidyalaya Fort William in Science. Bidita graduated in Economics from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. She is a trained classical singer and loves painting.


While in college, Bidita pursued a career in modelling. She was spotted by Jeena Mitra Banik and ace make-up artist Late Prabeer Kumar Dey. She came into limelight in Kolkata after working for designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Kiran Uttam Ghosh. After graduation she shifted her base to Mumbai.[6][7] She has worked for Lakme fashion week, Lakme Elle-18, Vaseline, Nokia, Motorola, Colgate, Reliance. She has been face of brands like Fair and Lovely, 7 Up, Horlicks, Samsung Corby TV, Wild Stone deodorant, Kwality Walls Cornetto, Indian Terrain, Bombay Dyeing etc.

In 2011 she debuted in critically acclaimed Bengali film Icche.[8] Her first Hindi feature film - a socio-political thriller - As The River Flows, is produced by NFDC and is currently in post-production. She plays an Assamese village girl. It co-stars Sanjay Suri and Victor Banerjee. Her first commercial Bollywood venture under Pramod Films called From Sydney with Love was released on 31 August 2012. She received positive reviews for her performance.[9] Her upcoming projects include Yeah Kaisa Khiladi directed by Aryeman Ramsay and Babumoshai Bandookbaaz opposite Nawazuddin Siddiqui directed by Kushan Nandy where she replaced Chitrangada Singh.[10][11]


Year Film Language Director Character Notes
2011 Mukti Bengali Gautam Haldar Haasi
2011 Icche Bengali Shiboprosad Mukherjee, Nandita Roy Jayanti Laha
2012 From Sydney with Love Hindi Prateek Chakravorty Megha Banerjee
2012 Ekhon Nedekha Nodir Xhipare Assamese Bidyut Kotoky Sudakshina Simultaneously made in Hindi as As The River Flows
2013 Kagojer Nouka Bengali Parthasarathi Joardar Nusrat
2015 Bhaunri - The Sinking Reality Oriya Sudhangshu Mohan Sahu Janha
2015 X: Past Is Present Hindi Abhinav Shiv Tiwari Heena Story – "Audition"
2016 Sangabora Bengali Bulan Bhattacharjee
2016 Yeah Kaisa Khiladi Hindi Aryeman Ramsay Divya Sankritayan Post-production
2016 "Once Again" Hindi/English Kanwal Seth Meera Post-production
2016 Babumoshai Bandookbaaz Hindi Kushan Nandy Phulwa Filming


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