Prabhat Roy

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Prabhat Roy (Bengali: প্রভাত রায়; born in Jamshedpore, in 1946, is a noted Indian Bengali film director.[1] His first directorial debut film Pratidan was released in 1983.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Director[edit]

  • Bhorer Alo (2011) (Produced by Green Pigeon Movies)
  • Hangover (2010)
  • Pitri Bhumi (2007)
  • Priyotama (2006)
  • Ek Mutho Chhabi (2005)
  • Manik (2005)
  • Shubhodrishti (2005)
  • Shesh Thikana (2000)
  • Khelaghar (1999)
  • Sudhu Eakbar Balo (1999)
  • Tumi Ele Tai (1999)
  • Joddha (1997)
  • Sedin Chaitramas (1997)
  • Lathi (1996)
  • Sandhyatara (1994)
  • Duranta Prem (1993)
  • Anutap (1992)
  • Shwet Patharer Thala (1992)
  • Papi (1990)
  • Aamar Shapath (1989)
  • Agnitrishna (1989)
  • Hum Intezaar Karenge (1989)
  • Pronomi Tomay (1989)
  • Pratik (1988)
  • Pratikar (1987)
  • Zindagani (1986)
  • Bandhan Anjana (1985)
  • Protidan (1983)
  • And 16 Telefilms & 3 TV Serials

Assistant Director[edit]

Actor[edit]

Chief Assistant Director[edit]

  • (Balika Badhu, Amanush, Ananda Ashram, Anusandhan)

Awards[edit]

  • Two Times National Award Winner. Category: Best Feature Film on Family Welfare.
    • SHEWT PATHARER THALA(1993)
    • Lathi (1997)
  • BFJA AWARD, ANANDOLOK AWARD, And many others with
  • Kalakar Awards[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Prabhat Roy - Calcutta - Events - Society - Indiatimes Photogallery". indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2008-11-14. 
  2. ^ "Prabhat Roy". www.seventymm.com. Retrieved 2008-11-14. 
  3. ^ "List of Kalakar award winners" (PDF). Kalakar awards. Retrieved 2 October 2012. 

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