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December 19, 1985
Uluberia, Howrah, West Bengal, India
|Residence||Behala, Kolkata, West Bengal, India|
|Height||178 cm (5 ft 10 in)|
His first role as a leading character was in the 2007 Bengali movie Nabab Nandini, directed by Haranath Chakraborty, opposite Koel Mullick. The film was a success and established Hiran as a popular face in the top league of Tollyville. After becoming a star with his first film, he did not sign up for other films until he won the roles in Bhalobasa Bhalobasa and Chirosathi. Bhalobasa Bhalobasa became a hit and people started calling him the Chocolate Boy. Thereafter he got critical plaudits for his characters in Jackpot and Risk. His role in Macho Mustanaa converted him from "Chocolate Boy" into the "macho" guy. He is known now as the "macho hero" of Tollywood and he achieved "eight packs" for this film. Le Halua Le became a hit, and his most recent movie Majnu also received a great response.
Singer and writer
He released a music video album, Bindaass, in which he and his wife sang and acted. He also wrote the story and script of a feature film Doshomi, directed by Suman Moitra and starring Koel Mallick and Bollywood star Indraneil Sengupta.
- Best Action Hero Award from Anandalok for Nabab Nandini
- Most Promising Actor Award from BFJA for Bhalobasa Bhalobasa
- "Uttam Kalaratna Puroskar 2012" for best acting in Macho Mustanaa
- Most Promising Actor Award from BFJA for Macho Mustanaa
- Mahanayak Sanman 2014 from the West Bengal Government
He is actively involved with the NGO group "Voice of World". He believes in social work in a true sense. His awareness made him pledge to donate his eyes even at this young age.
Hiran has been appointed as the director of West Bengal Film Development Corporation Limited and the External Expert Advisor to Tagore Gandhi Institute and Rabindra Bharati University.
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