Chandrayee Ghosh

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Chandrayee Ghosh
Born Chandrayee Ghosh
(1980-08-29) 29 August 1980 (age 37)
Kolkata, India
Other names Actress, Director
Years active 2003–present

Chandrayee Ghosh (Bengali: চান্দ্রেয়ী ঘোষ) (sometimes spelled Chandreye Ghosh or Chandreyi Ghosh) is a Bengali Indian female model and TV and film actress.


Ghosh made her film debut in Sakhar Das's Mohul Bener Sereng, followed by Tista in 2005, Manush Bhut and Dosar in 2006 and Kaal in 2007. In 2008/09 she announced the beginning of her directorial venture with Sama. The film, which dwells on homosexuality, as per her it is based on her own story and the music will be composed by the actor Parambrata Chatterjee. She said, "I was mentally preparing myself to step into direction for a long time," and "I now have the confidence to go ahead with this independent project." She has also been in several television roles, such as Raat Bhor Brishti, Uttaron and Mohona. She will next be seen in a megaserial, Dushaha Bash, based on Taslima Nasreen’s work and deals with the lives of three sisters. She also had a successful stint with comedy in the serial Labonor Sansar, which was telecast on Zee Bangla. She is currently active with a number of serials, among them the major one are Behula as in Hindu Goddess Manasa, Ekhane Aakash Neel, Sindoorkhela, Kiranmala, Debipaksha and Bodhu Kon Alo Laaglo Chokhe all six telecasted on Free-to-Air Channel Star Jalsa [1]






  1. ^ "Chandreyee's different shades -India Buzz-Entertainment-The Times of India". 2007-11-18. Retrieved 2008-10-25. 
  2. ^ "69th & 70th Annual Hero Honda BFJA Awards 2007". Archived from the original on 8 January 2010. Retrieved 2008-10-24. 

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