Chiranjeet Chakraborty

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Chiranjeet Chakraborty
Native name চিরঞ্জিত
Born Deepak Chakraborty
November 2, 1955 (Age 60 Years)
Kolkata, India
Occupation Actor/Director
Director
MLA
Politician
Engineer
Political party All India Trinamool Congress
Chiranjeet Chakraborty
Honourable MLA
MLA
Assumed office
2011
Preceded by Dr. Bithika Mondal
Constituency Barasat

Chiranjeet, also known as Deepak Chakraborty, is a Bengali Indian actor and director in the Bengali film industry located in Kolkata, West Bengal. He is also a politician and a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Government of West Bengal. He was born in November 2, 1955 at Kolkata. He has got the BFJA award for his film "Abaidha" in 2002. The film was directed by Gul Bahar Singh.

Chiranjeet completed his Higher Secondary from Mitra Institution. He studied B.E In Architecture at Jadavpur University, but did not appear for his final examination. He has worked for Desh magazine and as a newsreader on TV. He is also a famous stage artist. He is married and has a daughter.

Political career[edit]

Chiranjeet contested in the West Bengal state assembly election, 2011 in Barasat constituency for All India Trinamool Congress and won the seat. As of September 2011, he is a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Government of West Bengal.

Film career[edit]

As director[edit]

  • Manush Amanush (2002)
  • Bastir Meye Radha (2000)
  • Bhoy (1996)
  • Kencho Khunrte Keute (1995)
  • Sansar Sangram (1995)
  • Phiriye Dao (1994)
  • Maryada (1989)

As actor[edit]

  • Jagga Jasoos 2017 (Hindi)
  • Boss 2: Back To Rule (2017)
  • Champ (Bengali film) (2017)
  • Dhumketu (2017 film) (2017) (Upcoming)
  • Kiriti Roy (2016)
  • Shororipu[1] (2016)
  • Abby Sen (2015)
  • Monihara (2015)
  • Cornel (2013)- Unreleased
  • Chotushkone (2014)
  • Kusum Tumi Amar (2013)- Unreleased
  • Bindaas (2014)
  • 10th July (2014)
  • Boss (2013)
  • Jibon Rang Berang (2011)
  • Rose Craze Rose (2010)
  • Antarbas (2010)
  • Gudly (2010)
  • Sesh Sanghat (2009)
  • 1 No. Plum Villa (2009)
  • Antarotamo (2008)
  • Abhinetri (2006)
  • Chore Chore Mastuto Bhai (2005)
  • Atotayee (2004)
  • Chor O Bhagoban (2003)
  • Abaidho (2002)
  • Inquilaab (2002)
  • Manush Amanush (2002)
  • Bariwali (2001)
  • Bhalobasar Rajprasade (2001)
  • Hatiyar (2001)
  • Mastermasai (2001)
  • Ostad (2001)
  • Prem Pratigya (2001)
  • Srimoti Bhayonkari (2001)
  • Bastir Meye Radha (2000)
  • Chakrabyuha (2000)
  • Debanjali (2000)
  • Dharma Adharma (2000)
  • Rupasi Dohai Tomar (2000)
  • Trishul (2000)
  • Dadabhai (1999)
  • Mastan Raja (1999)
  • Rajdanda (1999)
  • Sankha Sindurer Dibyi (1999)
  • Sindur Khela (1999)
  • Bishnu Narayan (1998)
  • Lola Lusi (1998)
  • Mayer Dibyi (1998)
  • Chandragrahan (1997)
  • Jiban Jouban (1997)
  • Nishpap Asami (1997)
  • Pita Mata Santan (1997)
  • Sabar Upare Maa (1997)
  • Sedin Chaitramas (1997)
  • Yoddha (1997)
  • Beyadap (1996)
  • Bhai Amar Bhai (1996)
  • Bhoy (1996)
  • Joy Bijoy (1996)
  • Tridhara (1996)
  • Abirbhab (1995)
  • Jiban Yoddha (1995)
  • Kencho Khunrte Keute (1995)
  • Kumari Maa (1995)
  • Mashal (1995)
  • Naginkanya (1995)
  • Prem Sanghat (1995)
  • Rakhal Raja (1995)
  • Sansar Sangram (1995)
  • Atikram (1994)
  • Biswas Abiswas (1994)
  • Danga (1994)
  • Lal Paan Bibi (1994)
  • Phiriye Dao (1994)
  • Rakta Nadir Dhara (1994)
  • Ghar Sansar (1993)
  • Kanyadan (1993)
  • Maan Samman (1993)
  • Samparka (1993)
  • Shakti (1993)
  • Shanka (1993)
  • Tomar Rakte Aamar Sohag (1993)
  • Bedenir Prem (1992)
  • Pennam Kolkata (1992)
  • Pitrireen (1992)
  • Rakte Lekha (1992)
  • Shaitan (1992)
  • Beder Meye Josna (1991)
  • Sindur (1991)
  • Gharer Bou (1990)
  • Jowar Bhanta (1990)
  • Papi (1990)
  • Agnitrishna (1989)
  • Asha (1989)
  • Mahapith Tarapith (1989)
  • Maryada (1989)
  • Nishibadhu (1989)
  • Shatrupaksha (1989)
  • Tufan (1989)
  • Aghat (1988)
  • Boba Sanai (1988)
  • Heerer Shikal (1988)
  • Madhuganjer Sumati (1988)
  • Pratik (1988)
  • Gayak (1987)
  • Mouna Mukhar (1987)
  • Paap Punya (1987)
  • Pratikar (1987)
  • Amarkantak (1986)
  • Artanad (1986)
  • Jiban (1986)
  • Madhumoy (1986)
  • Prem O Paap (1986)
  • Antarale (1985)
  • Harishchandra Shaibya (1985)
  • Sonar Sansar (1985)
  • Samarpita (1984)
  • Shatru(1984)
  • Ashlilatar Daye (1983)
  • Din Jaye (1983)
  • Prafulla (1982)
  • Sandhan (1982)
  • Sonay Sohaga (1981)

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