Bikas Mishra

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Bikas Mishra
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Other namesBikas Ranjan Mishra
OccupationScreenwriter, director
Notable work
Chauranga, Naach Ganesha
AwardsIndia Gold (Mumbai Film Festival 2014), Grand Jury Prize at Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA 2015), Best Project at Film Bazaar, Goa 2011

Bikas Ranjan Mishra is an Indian screenwriter and film director. His first feature film Chauranga released in January 2016. The film won awards at Mumbai Film Festival and Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA).

Mishra (second from right), IFFI (2013)

His short film Dance of Ganesha had its world premiere at the 16th Busan International Film Festival, and its European premiere at the 41st International Film Festival Rotterdam. The film was also shown at Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival in France. He is a recipient of the Hubert Bals Fund for script development.

He has directed a film adaptation of renowned Bengali playwright Badal Sarkar's Pagla Ghoda which is on Hotstar.



  • 2011 NFDC Incredible India Award for Chauranga[1]
  • 2014 Best Film (India Gold) at 16th Mumbai Film Festival 2014 for Chauranga
  • 2015 Grand Jury Prize at Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles


  1. ^ Kamath, Sudhish (2 December 2011). "The Saturday Interview — Against the grain". The Hindu. Retrieved 1 June 2012.

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