Biju Phukan

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Biju Phukan
Native name বিজু ফুকন
Born 18th February 1947
Dibrugarh, Assam
Occupation Actor
Years active 1970 - present

Biju Phukan (Assamese: বিজু ফুকন) is an Assamese actor. He was born in Dibrugarh, India, where he studied in the Kanoi College. He appeared in more than eighty Assamese feature films.[1] His first movie was Dr. Bezbaruah (1970).[1] His first role as leading actor was in Baruar Songshar followed by Aranya which established him as a 'hero'.[2] One of his songs that attained fame and was successful in the charts was "Mon Hira Doi" from the film Bowari.[3] His first release as a hero was Samarendra Narayan Dev’s Aranya in 1971, which was adjudged the Best Regional Film at the National Film Awards.[4]

Presently he resides in Guwahati.

He is a former Juri member of Indian Panorama.

Movies[edit]

Year Film Director
1970 Dr. Bezbaruah Brajen Barua
1970 Baruar Songshar Nip Baruah
1971 Aranya Samarendra Narayan Dev
1973 Bonoriya Phool Atul Bordoloi
1973 Ganesh AK Films Unit
1974 Brishti Deuti Baruah
1980 Ajoli Nabou Nip Baruah
1980 Upapath Hemanta Dutta
1980 Itihaas Hemanta Dutta
1982 Bowari Sivaprasad Thakur
1982 Raja Samarendra Narayan Dev
1982 Aparoopa Jahnu Barua
1983 Ghar Sangsar Sivaprasad Thakur
1988 Pita-Putra Munun Barua
1986 Anthony Mur Naam Nip Baruah
1985 Agnisnaan Dr Bhabendra Nath Saikia
1988 Papori Munin Barua
1995 I Killed Him Sir Pradip Gogoi
2001 Ei Morom Tumar Babe Taufique Rahman
2000 Aasene Konoba Hiyaat Baharul Islam
2003 Agnisakshi Jadumani Dutta
2003 Hepaah Shankar Barua
2004 Barood Munin Barua
2006 Deuta Diya Bidaay Ramesh Modi
2012 Rowd Gautam Baruah
2015 Khandob Daah (Grief On A Sunday Morning)[5] Shankar Barua
2016 Dur[6] Kangkan Rajkhowa

Drama[edit]

  • Captain Gogoi
  • Falgo
  • Haiya Dhuwai Nile

Bengali Movies[edit]

  • Hotel Showfox
  • Aparajita
  • Doishyu Ratnakar
  • Gajamukta

References[edit]