|Born||19 September 1968|
|Parent(s)||Chitra Sen (mother) and Shyamal Sen (father)|
Koushik Sen is an Indian actor of film, television and theatre based in Kolkata. He is the director of the well acclaimed theatre group Swapnasandhani. He has won the prestigious BFJA awards for best supporting actor for his performance in the Mrinal Sen directed film Aamar Bhuvan.
Koushik Sen was born on 19 September 1968. He is the son of actress Chitra Sen and actor Shyamal Sen. He studied at the Julien Day School, and graduated from Scottish Church College, both in Kolkata. Sen is married to Reshmi Sen (a theatre personality) and has a son, Riddhi Sen.
From 1992, he is the director of Bengali theatre group Swapnasandhani. The group has staged more than 35 plays and they mainly perform in Sujata Sadan. Kaushik has acted with Soumitra Chatterjee in the play Tiktiki.
In 2010, the group staged the play Birpurush, which was inspired by Rabindranath Tagore's poem, but it was a political play and dealt with the contemporary context of West Bengal. The play stirred up some controversies.
- Taraye Taraye based on Srijato's Tara Bhora Akasher Niche
- Nirbhaya based on Bertolt Brecht's Mother Courage and Her Children
- Macbeth (also performed at Bharat Rang Mahotsav)
- Jal Chhabi (debut)
- Bhalo Rakkhosher Golpo
- Asamapto (2005)
- E Kamon Meye (2005)
- Uro Megh
- Gaaner Oparey
- Raaikishori (2014)
- Byomkesh (2014 TV series)
- Moinaker er Upakhyan
- 2003 BFJA Award in the category best actor in supporting role, for the film Aamar Bhuvan.
- Debesh Chattopadhyay
- Arpita Ghosh
- Suman Mukhopadhyay
- Bratya Basu
- Sujan Mukhopadhyay
- Shreyan Chattopadhyay
- Koushik Sen - IMDb
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