Nipon Goswami

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Nipon Goswami
Born
Kolibari, Tezpur, Assam
OccupationActor
ChildrenSiddharth Goswami

Nipon Goswami (Assamese: নিপন গোস্বামী) is an Assamese film actor and theatre artist.[1][2] He is one of the veteran actors of Assamese Film Industry. He started his acting career as a stage actor later he established himself as film actor.

Personal details[edit]

He was born in September, 1947 at Kolibari in Tezpur, Assam.[1][2] His father Chandradhar Goswami was a famous actor and his mother Nirupama Goswami was a singer. He did his primary schooling from Kolibari LP School. After that he moved to Tezpur Govt. HS School.

Acting career[edit]

After completed his B.A. he went Calcutta for the interview in Pune Film Institute. In 1965, he went to Pune for his acting training. Subhash Ghai, Navin Nischol, Shatrughan Sinha etc. were his classmates.

Filmography[edit]

He debuted in the Assamese film industry as a child artist in the movie Piyali Phukan, directed by Phani Sarma in 1957.[3] As a lead actor, Sangram was his first Assamese film and a hit movie. His next movie Dr. Bezbaruah released in 1969 brought him recognition as a star to act in many movies in coming years. He also acted in few Hindi movies as a character actor.[1][2]

He has been actively involved in mobile theatres, notably, Abaahan, Kohinoor, Hengul, and Shakuntala. He also appeared in few TV serials like Writu aahe writu jaai'.[1][2]

Assamese[edit]

Year Film Director
1968 Sangram Amar Pathak
1970 Dr. Bezbaruah Brajen Barua
1970 Mukuta Brajen Barua
1971 Maanab Aru Daanab Indukalpa Hazarika
1972 Morisika Amulya Manna
1973 Ganesh AK Films Unit
1974 Brishti Deuti Baruah
1974 Bohagor Duporia Johns Moholia
1977 Sandhya Raag Bhabendra Nath Saikia
1980 Ajoli Nabou Nip Baruah
1957 Maak aru Morom Nip Baruah
1982 Aparupa Jahnu Barua
1983 Ghar Sangsar Sivaprasad Thakur
1983 Kokadeuta Naati Aru Haati Nip Baruah
1983 Nayanmani Suprabha Devi
1984 Jibon Surabhi Naresh Kumar
1984 Shakuntala Aru Sankar Joseph Ali Nip Baruah
1985 Deep Jyoti Prodyot Bose
1986 Aaroti Ashim Das
1986 Protidaan Dara Ahmed
1988 Siraj Bhupen Hazarika
1988 Aai Mor Janame Janame Nip Baruah
1999 Bukur Majot Jowle Ashok Kumar Bishaya
1997 Deutar Biya Deepak Bhuyan
1999 Baibhav Manju Bora
2000 Hiya Diya Niya Munin Barua
2000 Jon Jwole Kopalat Munna Ahmed
2000 Jugantoror Tejal Puwa Johns Moholia
2002 Priya O Priya Anjan Kalita
2002 Prem Aru Prem Sambhu Gupta
2002 Kokadeutar Ghar Jowai Suman Haripriya
2002 Mitha Mitha Logonot Achyut Kumar Bhagawati

Sushanta Majindar Baruah

2003 Jumon Sumon Mohibul Haque
2003 Priya Milon Munna Ahmed
2004 Kadambari Bani Das
2004 Antaheen Jatra Munna Ahmed
2009 Jeevan Baator Logori Timothy Das Hanche
2011 Poley Poley Urey Mon Timothy Das Hanche
2012 Borolar Ghor Mani C. Kappan
2013 Mahasamar Johns Mohaliya
2014 Jilmil Jonak Sibanan Boruah
2015 Morisika Nipon Dholua
2016 Gaane Ki Aane Rajesh Jashpal
2017 Sesh Angikar Pranay Phukan
Tumi Aahibane Prerana Barbarooah
2018 The Underworld Rajesh Jashpal

Hindi[edit]

Year Film Director
Mouka
1968 Do Bhai Brij Sadanah
1975 Jaggu Samir Ganguly
1976 Do Anjaane Dulal Guha
1991 Kaal Sandhya Bhabendra Nath Saikia
1992 Virodhi Rajkumar Kohli
2001 Daman Kalpana Lajmi
2014 18.11 - A Code of Secrecy Mohibul Haque

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Nipon Goswami to attend GPC program". assamtimes.org. 17 February 2012. Retrieved 16 April 2012. Eminent film and theater artiste Nipon Goswami will attend the Guest of the Month programme of Guwahati Press Club on February 21 (Tuesday). - Birthplace: Tezpur , Assam.
  2. ^ a b c d "Nipon Goswami". onlinesivasagar.com. Retrieved 16 April 2012. Nipon Goswami is not just a name to an actor, it actually represents an era in Assamese cinema world, Jollywood. Whatever may be the role, from romantic hero to villain and from child role to old grand father, every possible character is fantastically portrayed by this veteran actor.
  3. ^ "Nippon Goswami -> Filmography". imdb.com. Retrieved 15 April 2012.

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