Koel Mallick

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Koel Mallick
Koyel Mullick.jpg
Born Rukmini Mallick
(1982-04-28) 28 April 1982 (age 35)[1]
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present
Spouse(s) Nishpal Rane (m. 2013) [2]
Parent(s) Ranjit Mallick
Deepa Mallick

Koel Mallick (born Rukmini Mallick on 28 April 1982[1]) is an Indian film actress who appears in Bengali and Odia films.

Early life and education[edit]

Koel was born in Kolkata to Bengali film actor Ranjit Mallick and Deepa Mallick, of Kolkata's notable Mallick Bari of Bhowanipore (i.e., the Mallick family, which is closely associated with the powerful Barat and Gupta families), known for its Durga Puja.[3] Koel did her schooling from Modern High School for Girls, and completed a BSc (honors) in psychology from the Gokhale Memorial Girls' College, an affiliated college of the University of Calcutta.[4]

Career[edit]

Film[edit]

Mallick's screen debut was in Nater Guru – opposite Jeet. Nater Guru was a "runaway success" at the box office.[5] The film, released in 2003, marked Mallick's entry into Tollywood. She also won her very first award for Best Actor in Leading Role Female from 4th Tele Cine Awards 2004 for Nater Guru. Nater Guru, which has Jeet in the male lead, sees Mallick playing the role of a 23-year-old girl named Monica. Since the release of Nater Guru the pair has worked together often, appearing in eleven films.[6]

In 2004, she starred in Debipaksha, Shudhu Tumi, Badsha The King and Bandhan. While the first two performed poorly[clarification needed] at the box office, Bandhan was a huge success in Bengal and was a blockbuster at the box office. It was also the highest grossing Bengali film of 2004.[citation needed]

In 2005, Mallick appeared in Shubhodrishti, Manik, Yuddho and Chore Chore Mastuto Bhai. She appeared in Yuddho opposite actors Mithun Chakraborty and Debashree Roy. The film recorded an initial collection of 12 million (12 million) in its first week. In 2006, she took on a more serious role in MLA Fatakeshto in which she played a reporter. She also starred in the Bengali remake of Love Story, the 2008 film Love.[7]

Television[edit]

Mallick made her television debut with her talk-show Katha O Kahini. The show went on to the channel Star Jalsha.[8] In 2013 Koel was on TV again as a celebrity judge in the Bengali version of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa along with renowned Bollywood choreographer Remo D'Souza. The show aired on ETV Bangla.[9]

Mallick has also appeared on the popular soap Bojhena Se Bojhena which is also aired on STAR Jalsha. Apart from these, she has been Maa Durga in Mahalaya , a show which was aired on STAR Jalsha on the morning of Mahalaya in 2011.

Brand endorsements[edit]

Mallick has endorsed a variety of multi-national brands and has done television commercials for TVS Motor Company, Fair & Lovely, Panasonic, Vaseline etc.[10]

Personal life[edit]

Koel Mallick married Nispal Singh (Rane) on 1 February 2013.[11] They had been in a relationship for seven years before that, but both of them had decided to keep their relationship away from the glamour world of Tollywood.[12]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Director Co-Actor Language
2018 Ghare And Baire Mainak Bhaumik Jisshu Sengupta Bengali
2017 Cockpit Kamaleshwar Mukherjee Dev , Rukmini Maitra Bengali
Chaya O Chobi Kaushik Ganguly Abir Chatterjee Bengali
2015 Besh Korechi Prem Korechi Raja Chanda Jeet Bengali
Herogiri Rabi Kinagi Dev, Mithun Chakraborty Bengali
2014 Highway Sudipto Chattopadhyay Parambrata Chatterjee Bengali
Chaar Sandip Ray Abir Chatterjee Bengali
Arundhati Sujit Mondal Indraneil Sengupta Bengali
2013 Rangbaaz Raja Chanda Dev Bengali
2012 Doshomi Suman Maitra Indraneil Sengupta Bengali
Paglu 2 Sujit Mondal Dev, Tota Roy Chowdhury Bengali
Hemlock Society Srijit Mukherji Parambrata Chatterjee, Saheb Chatterjee, Silajit Majumder Bengali
Jaaneman Raja Chanda Soham Chakraborty Bengali
100% Love Rabi Kinagi Jeet Bengali
2011 Paglu Rajiv Kumar Biswas Dev Bengali
2010 Mon Je Kore Uru Uru Sujit Guha Hiran Bengali
Dui Prithibi Raj Chakraborty Jeet, Dev Bengali
Prem By Chance Sudeshna Roy Abir Chatterjee Bengali
Bolo Na Tumi Amar Sujit Mondal Dev, Tota Roy Chowdhury Bengali
2009 Hitlist Sandip Ray Saheb Chatterjee, Tota Roy Chowdhury Bengali
Neel Akasher Chadni Sujit Guha Jeet, Jisshu Sengupta Bengali
Jackpot Kaushik Ganguly Hiran, Rahul Banerjee, Sohini Pal Dev Bengali
Saat Paake Bandha Sujit Mondal Jeet Bengali
2008 Bor Asbe Ekhuni Rangan Chakraborty Jisshu Sengupta Bengali
Love Riingo Banerjee Jisshu Sengupta Bengali
Chirosathi Haranath Chakraborty Hiran Bengali
Mon Mane Na Sujit Guha Dev Bengali
Premer Kahini Rabi Kinagi Dev, Jisshu Sengupta Bengali
2007 Chander Bari Tarun Majumdar Soham Chakraborty, Rituparna Sengupta Bengali
Mahanayak Debu Pattnaik Anubhav Mohanty, Bijay Mohanty Odia
Minister Fatakeshto Swapan Saha Mithun Chakraborty Bengali
Nabab Nandini Haranath Chakraborty Hiran Bengali
2006 MLA Fatakeshto Swapan Saha Mithun Chakraborty Bengali
Shikar Saran Dutta Amitabh Bhattacharjee Bengali
Ghatok Swapan Saha Jeet Bengali
Eri Naam Prem Sujit Guha Anubhav Mohanty Bengali
Hero Swapan Saha Jeet Bengali
2005 Chore Chore Mastuto Bhai Anup Sengupta Chiranjeet, Jisshu Sengupta, Mithun Chakraborty, Jeet Bengali
Shubhodrishti Prabhat Roy Jeet, Parambrata Chatterjee Bengali
Premi No. 1 Debu Pattnaik Anubhab Mohanty Odia, dubbed in Bengali
Yuddho Rabi Kinagi Jeet, Mithun Chakraborty Bengali
Manik Prabhat Roy Jeet Bengali
2004 Debipaksha Raja Sen Rituparna Sengupta Bengali
Shudhu Tumi Abhijit Guha
Sudeshna Roy
Prosenjit Chatterjee, Payel Sarkar Bengali
Bandhan Rabi Kinagi Jeet Bengali
Badsha The King Shankar Ray Prosenjit Chatterjee Bengali
2003 Nater Guru Haranath Chakraborty Jeet Bengali

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Tollywood top girls on the go, at a glance". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. 4 September 2004. Retrieved 8 September 2008. 
  2. ^ "Koel Mallick". Thecelebsfact.com. Retrieved 2016-06-26. 
  3. ^ The Half-Millennium Old Mallick Bari Durga Puja 
  4. ^ "koel mallick biography". Koel Mallick. Retrieved 1 November 2016. 
  5. ^ Mitra, Aindrila (24 April 2004). "Koel's on a Tolly high with Nater Guru". The Times of India. Retrieved 12 February 2010. 
  6. ^ "10 Questions – Koel Mullick". Calcutta, India: telegraphindia.com. 28 January 2008. Retrieved 12 February 2010. 
  7. ^ Kushali Nag (3 October 2007). "A Tale of Tenderness". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. Retrieved 12 February 2010. 
  8. ^ Nag, Kushali (29 April 2010). "Star talk". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. Retrieved 29 August 2012. 
  9. ^ Nag, Kushali (11 February 2013). "Star talk". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. Retrieved 25 April 2013. 
  10. ^ Mukherjee, Roshni (7 April 2011). "Koel Mullick shoots for an electronic brand". The Times of India. Retrieved 28 August 2012. 
  11. ^ "আজ কোয়েলের বিয়ে". Prothom Alo. 1 February 2013. Archived from the original on 3 February 2013. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  12. ^ "Feb wedding for Koel". The Times of India. Calcutta, India. 27 August 2012. Retrieved 5 January 2013. 
  13. ^ "Kalakar award winners" (PDF). Kalakar website. Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 April 2012. Retrieved 16 October 2012. 

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