Sanjoy Nag

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Sanjoy Nag
Sanjoy Nag.jpg
Born (1967-03-18) 18 March 1967 (age 49)
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Other names Bunty
Occupation Film director
Years active 1992-present
Notable work Memories in March
Awards National Award ( as Director )
Receiving National Award from Ms. Pratibha Patel, President of India
Sanjoy Nag as Rabindranath Tagore

Sanjoy Nag, born 18 March 1967, is a Bengali film director. He won the National Film Award in 2011 for his debut feature film Memories in March.[1]

Early life and background[edit]

Sanjoy Nag [2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10] was born and brought up in Kolkata. He completed his schooling from St James’ School. He pursued commerce from University of Calcutta.He was associated with film and television industry of Bengal from a young age.


He spent several years in Bangladesh where he made many television films and documentary films.[11] He conceptualized the album Priyo Bondhu with Anjan Dutt and Nima Rahman. In 2011 he made his debut feature film Memories in March that won him the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in English.[citation needed] He acted in Rituparno Ghosh’s film on Rabindranath Tagore.He was associate director for Rituporno Ghosh's award winning film Chitrangada and Anjan Dutt's film Badadin[12]

Filmography as Director[edit]

Year Movie Language Producer Cast Release
2010 Memories in March English Shree Venkatesh Films Rituparno Ghosh, Deepti Naval and Raima Sen 1 April 2011
2014 Parapaar Bengali Purti Entertainment Rituparna Sengupta, Paoli Dam, Ahmed Rubel and Bratya Basu 14 November 2014
2015 Good Morning, Sunshine English-Hindi Akash Chatterjee Revathi, Rituparna Sengupta, Tejaswini Kolhapure, Shabana Azmi and Shweta Tripathi "Production"

Filmography as Actor[edit]

Year Movie Language Director Character/Role
2012 Chitrangada Bengali Rituparno Ghosh Rohan - Still Photographer
2013 Jeevan Smriti: Selective Memories English Rituparno Ghosh Rabindranath Tagore
2013 Satyanweshi Bengali Rituparno Ghosh Diwan Chandrasekhar
2015 Kadambari Bengali Suman Ghosh Debendranath Tagore

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