Ranjit Mallick

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Ranjit Mallick
Born (1944-09-28) 28 September 1944 (age 72)
Kolkata, India
Residence Bhowanipore
Years active 1970–2016
Spouse(s) Deepa Mallick
Children Koel Mallick
Relatives Nispal Singh (son-in-law)
Awards Banga Bibhushan

Ranjit Mallick (Bengali: রঞ্জিত মল্লিক, born 1944)[1] is an Indian sheriff, film actor who works mainly in Bengali cinema. He has worked in movies like Guru Dakshina, Amader Songsar, Sathi, Interview, Shatru and Mouchak. He is particularly famous for his popular dialogues.

Early life[edit]

Ranjit was born on 28 September 1944 in Calcutta, West Bengal, into the well-known Mallick Bari of Bhowanipore[2][3] (i.e., the Mallick family belonging to the Vaidya community, which is closely associated with Kolkata's powerful Barat and Gupta families), which is famed for its Durga Puja.[4] His nickname is Ranju.[5] He studied at the Asutosh College and later at the Syamaprasad College of the University of Calcutta.[6]

Career[edit]

Ranjit started his career with Bengali director Mrinal Sen's film Interview (1971). He received the International Best Actor Award from Karlovy Vary for this work. He then become a popular[clarification needed] romantic hero in the 1970s and featured in memorbale films like Mouchak, Devi Chaudharani, Raag Anuraag, Sayang Siddha. Satyajit Ray cast him in his film Shakha Proshakha, where he played the role of a young man who was caught between values and tradition.

Since the 1980 film Shatru by Anjan Chowdhury, he started working on action roles. His daughter, Koel Mallick is also a leading actress in the Bengali film industry.

Awards[edit]

Filmography[edit]

  1. Duti Mon 2011
  2. Janmadata 2008
  3. Premer Kahini 2008
  4. Shibaji 2008
  5. Chander Bari 2007
  6. Kaka No.1 2007
  7. Nabab Nandini 2007
  8. Abiswasi 2005
  9. Agnipath 2005
  10. tattt 2005
  11. Dadar Adesh 2005
  12. Manik 2005
  13. Mayer Raja 2005
  14. Raju Uncle 2005
  15. Sangram 2005
  16. Tobu Bhalobasi 2005
  17. Tomake Selam 2005
  18. akritagya 2004
  19. Dadu No. 1 2004
  20. Gerakol 2004
  21. Kuyasha 2004
  22. Paribar 2004
  23. Sindurer Bandhan 2004
  24. Surya 2004
  25. Swapne Dekha Rajkanya 2004
  26. Biswasghatak 2003
  27. Mayer Anchal 2003
  28. Mejdidi 2003
  29. Nater Guru 2003
  30. Rakta Bandhan 2003
  31. Sangee 2003
  32. Santrash 2003
  33. Sejo Bou 2003
  34. Sneher Protidan 2003
  35. Uddhar 2003
  36. Bangali Babu 2002
  37. Chandramollika 2002
  38. Chhelebela 2002
  39. Manush Amanush 2002
  40. Nishana 2002
  41. Sathi 2002
  42. Streer Maryada 2002
  43. Bidhatar Khela 2001
  44. Dadathakur 2001
  45. Pratibad 2001
  46. Rakhi Purnima 2001
  47. Sud Asal 2001
  48. Aamader Sansar 2000
  49. Mayna 2000
  50. Satruta 2000
  51. Shapath Nilam 2000
  52. Swashurbari Zindabad 2000
  53. Agni Shikha 1999
  54. Daye Dayitya 1999
  55. Gunda 1999
  56. Jiban Niye Khela 1999
  57. Niyoti 1999
  58. Santan 1999
  59. Sindur Khela 1999
  60. Sundar Bou 1999
  61. Aamar Maa 1998
  62. Ami Sei Meye 1998
  63. Asal Nakal 1998
  64. Chowdhury Paribar 1998
  65. Jamai No.1 1998
  66. Ranakshetra 1998
  67. Sindurer Adhikar 1998
  68. Ajker Santan 1997
  69. Bidroho 1997
  70. Boro Bou 1997
  71. Lofar 1997
  72. Sriman Bhutnath 1997
  73. Mahan 1996
  74. Mukhyamantri 1996
  75. Naach Nagini Naach Re 1996
  76. Puja 1996
  77. Rabibar 1996
  78. Abirbhab 1995
  79. Antaratamo 1995
  80. Mejo Bou 1995
  81. Sangharsha 1995
  82. Sansar Sangram 1995
  83. Abbajan 1994
  84. Geet Sangeet 1994
  85. Tumi Je Aamar 1994
  86. Ghar Sansar 1993
  87. Iswar Parameswar 1993
  88. Maan Samman 1993
  89. Maya Mamata 1993
  90. Shraddhanjali 1993
  91. Ananya 1992
  92. Indrajit 1992
  93. Shakha Proshakha 1992
  94. Abhagini 1991
  95. Ahankar 1991
  96. Bidhilipi 1991
  97. Bidhir Bidhan 1991
  98. Bourani 1991
  99. Nabab 1991
  100. Najarbondi 1991
  101. Chakranta 1990
  102. Debata 1990
  103. Heerak Jayanti 1990
  104. Mahajan 1990
  105. Agnitrishna 1989
  106. Akrosh 1989
  107. Bondini 1989
  108. Judge Saheb 1989
  109. Mangaldeep 1989
  110. Shatarupa 1989
  111. Anjali 1988
  112. Chhoto Bou 1988
  113. Debi Baran 1988
  114. Kalankini Nayika 1988
  115. Anurodh 1987
  116. Bidrohi 1987
  117. Debika 1987
  118. Dolanchanpa 1987
  119. Gurudakshina 1987
  120. Mahamilan 1987
  121. Pratibha 1987
  122. Rudrabina 1987
  123. Sargam 1987
  124. Abhiman 1986
  125. Abhishap 1986
  126. Anuradha 1986
  127. Bouma 1986
  128. Mutkapran 1986
  129. Swargasukh 1986
  130. Ahuti 1985
  131. Sandhya Pradip 1985
  132. Bishabriksha 1984
  133. Lal Golap 1984
  134. Prayashchitta 1984
  135. Pujarini 1984
  136. Shatru 1984
  137. Protidan 1983
  138. Bijoyini 1982
  139. Rajbadhu 1982
  140. Sankalpa 1982
  141. Shathe Shathyang 1982
  142. Uttar Meleni 1982
  143. Father 1981
  144. Kapalkundala 1981
  145. Ogo Badhu Sundari 1981
  146. Bhagyachakra 1980
  147. Dui Prithibi 1980
  148. Jiban Jerakam 1979
  149. Sreekanter Will 1979
  150. Lalkuthi 1978
  151. Moyna 1978
  152. Rajani 1978
  153. Tilottama 1978
  154. Ajasra Dhanyabad 1977
  155. Din Amader 1977
  156. Ei Prithibir Panthanibas 1977
  157. Hate Roilo Tin 1977
  158. Kabita 1977
  159. Mantramugdha 1977
  160. Nana Ranger Dinguli 1977
  161. Pratishruti 1977
  162. Proxy 1977
  163. Aparajita 1976
  164. Banhisikha 1976
  165. Dampati 1976
  166. Swikarakti 1976
  167. Mouchak 1975
  168. Rag Anurag 1975
  169. Swayamsiddha 1975
  170. Chhenra Tamsuk 1974
  171. Debi Chowdhurani 1974
  172. Parivartan 1973
  173. Calcutta 71 1972
  174. Picnic 1972
  175. Interview 1971

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Calcuttaweb - Ranjit Mallick". www.calcuttaweb.com. Retrieved 24 October 2008. 
  2. ^ Ranjit Mallick IMDb
  3. ^ Mallick Bari, Bhowanipur 
  4. ^ The Half-Millennium Old Mallick Bari Durga Puja 
  5. ^ "Ranjit Mallick". Retrieved 25 February 2012. 
  6. ^ Timeless attraction
  7. ^ "Kalakar award winners" (PDF). Kalakar website. Retrieved 16 October 2012. 

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