Rudranil Ghosh

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Rudranil Ghosh/ Rudroo
Born (1973-01-06) 6 January 1973 (age 43)
Howrah, India
Residence Kolkata, India
Nationality Indian
Ethnicity Bengali
Occupation Actor, Producer, Director
Years active 2004–present
Religion Hinduism

Rudranil Ghosh (Bengali: রুদ্রনীল ঘোষ; born 6 January 1973) is an Indian Bengali actor of TV and films.[1]

Education[edit]

He graduated from the Narasinha Dutt College, which is affiliated with the University of Calcutta, in 1995.

Filmography[edit]

  1. K:Secret Eye (2016 Indian film)
  2. "Love Express ( 2016 )
  3. "Kelor Kirti (2016
  4. Black (2015)
  5. Katmundu (2015)
  6. Rajkahini (2015)
  7. Roga Howar Sohoj Upaye (2015)
  8. Khaad (2014)
  9. Hanuman.com (2013)
  10. Ashare Goppo (2013)
  11. Proloy (2013)
  12. Hawa Bodol (2013)
  13. Basanta Utsav (2013)
  14. Ekla Akash (2012)
  15. Balukabela.com (2012)
  16. Elar Char Adhyay (2012)
  17. Bedroom (2012)
  18. Chaplin (2011)
  19. Necklace (2011)
  20. Jiyo Kaka (2011)
  21. Bye Bye Bangkok (2011)
  22. The Japanese Wife (2010)
  23. Byomkesh Bakshi (2010)
  24. Mela (2010)
  25. Luko Churi (2010)
  26. Thana Theke Aaschi (2010)
  27. Jor Jar Mulluk Tar (2010)
  28. Love Circus (2010)
  29. 033 (2009)
  30. Kaalbela (2009)
  31. Kaler Rakhal
  32. Angshumaner Chobi (2009)
  33. Teen Yaari Katha (2008)
  34. Chora Bali (2008)
  35. Choy-e Chuti (2008)
  36. Durga (2008)
  37. Sabdhan Pancha Aashche (2008) - INCOMPLETE [2]
  38. Chalo Let's Go (2008)
  39. Hello Kolkata (2008)[3]
  40. Calcutta My Love (2007)[4][5]
  41. Our Time (2007)[6]
  42. Refugee (2006)[7]
  43. Kantatar (2005)
  44. Nader Chand (2005)
  45. Din Pratidin (2005)
  46. Kall(2007)
  47. Bonobhumi (2007)

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kolkata Mirror - Puja plans of Tollywood, Pujo Special - Interviews, Kolkata Mirror". www.kolkatamirror.com. Archived from the original on 13 December 2009. Retrieved 2008-10-25. 
  2. ^ [1]: Washington Bangla Radio
  3. ^ upperstall.com: Hello Kkolkata Archived 2 October 2012 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ fest08'sffs.org: Calcutta My Love Archived 15 June 2008 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ film.com[dead link]: Calcutta My Love
  6. ^ film.com:Our Time Archived 18 October 2010 at the Wayback Machine.
  7. ^ telegraphindia.com, 6 August 2008, "He's fun"
  8. ^ www.bfjaawards.com Archived 8 January 2010 at the Wayback Machine.
  9. ^ "He's fun!". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. 6 August 2008. 

External links[edit]

Awards and achievements
BFJA Awards
Preceded by
Haradhan Banerjee
for Krantikaal
Best Supporting Actor
for Refugee and Kantataar

2007
Succeeded by
TBD