04. March 1984
|Other names||Master Bittu (during his childhood days)|
|Occupation||Actor, Singer, Politician|
|Years active||1987 child artist–present|
|Political party||All India Trinamool Congress|
Soham Chakraborty is an Indian film actor and producer who appears in Bengali films. He started his acting career as a child artist at the age of three as Master Bittu, and also appeared in the film Shakha Proshakha, a film by Satyajit Ray. As an adult he starred in Chander Bari, and has acted in several successful films including Prem Aamar (2009).
Soham Chakraborty debuted in 1987 Bengali film Chhoto Bou, at that time he was 2 years and 1/2 month old. His first film at a young age was Chander Bari. His next Big Budget film was Bajimaat directed by Haranath Chakraborty, Produced by Piyus Saha which was a success at the box office was his first film as a full-fledged hero. Chakraborty has described that as a difficult phase of his acting career and he did not expect a chance in Bengali film industry after the success of Bajimaat. But, in next year he acted in Prem Aamar directed by Raj Chakraborty and produced by Shree Venkatesh Films. After Prem Aamar he acted in films like Rahasya, Jeena, and Soldier which were commercially average. His another super hit film Amanush released in 2010. The film was directed by Rajib Biswas. Chakraborty played the role of Vinod, an orphan who has suffered a lot of physical and mental torture in his childhood.
Soham also anchored in a reality show Twinkle Twinkle Dancing Star launched by makers of Chirodini...Tumi Je Amar, Prem Amar, Challenge and Amanush. He was also the host of Parar Sera Bouthan, replacing Aneek Dhar, which airs on ETV Bangla. The show is currently hosted by Aparajita Adhya.Soham has also appeared on television serial Bojhena Se Bojhena.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|2018||Tui Sudhu Amar|
|2018||Honeymoon||with Subhashree Ganguly.Under surinder films & greentouch entertainment banner.|
|2017||Jio Pagla||Dhol/Gouri||Core story based on the play Joy Maa Kali Boarding
Remake of Biwi Aur Makan which has already been remade in Marathi as Ashi Hi Banwa Banwi , in Kannada as Olu Saar Bari Olu and again in Hindi as Paying Guests
|2017||Dekh Kemon Lage||Rahul|
|2017||Amar Aponjon||Joydip||Remake of Autograph|
|2015||Black||Bullet / Biltu|
|2015||Shudhu Tomari Jonyo||Siraz Chowdhury||Remake of Raja Rani|
|2015||Amanush 2||Salim/Raghu/Ashok||Remake of Naan|
|2014||Golpo Holeo Shotti||Rudra||Remake of Pizza|
|2014||Bangali Babu English Mem||Madhu/ Honey||Remake of Jatt & Juliet|
|2013||Loveria||Aditya||Remake of Bumper Offer|
|2012||Bojhena Shey Bojhena||Noor Islam||Remake of Engaeyum Eppothum|
|2012||Jaaneman||Debaditrya||Remake of Paiyaa|
|2012||Le Halua Le||Rahul||Remake of Poochakkoru Mookkuthi and its Hindi version Hungama|
|2011||Jibon Rong Berong||Abhishek|
|2011||Faande Poriya Boga Kaande Re||Raju||Remake of Maryada Ramanna|
|2010||Atanka / Aatangko||Babli||Special Appearance|
|2010||Kichu Paowa Kichu Chaowa||Uday|
|2010||Amanush||Vinod||Remake of Kaadhal Kondein|
|2010||Rahasya The Bhoutik|
|2009||Prem Aamar||Rabi||Remake of 7G Rainbow Colony|
|2001||Ek Tukro Chand||Shontu||Sequel of Kakababu Here Gelen?|
|1997||Mayar Badhon||Kushal||Child Actor|
|1989||Nayan Moni||Sachin Adhikari|
|1987||Choto Bou||Master Bittu|
|2010||Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards||Best Actor||Prem Amar||Won|
|2011||Star Jalsha Entertainment Awards||Best Actor||Amanush||Won|
|Tele Cine Awards||Best Actor||Amanush||Won|
|Zee Bangla Gourab Somman Awards||Best Actor||Amanush||Nominated|
- "I have become choosey: Soham Chakraborty". Times of India. 20 January 2010. Retrieved 11 October 2012.
- "Soham Chakraborty Bengali Actor". Retrieved 11 December 2012.
- Nag, Kushali (May 27, 2008). "Spotlight". The Telegraph, Calcutta. Calcutta, India. Retrieved 11 October 2012.
- "Janemon pair Koel & Soham romance in serene Switzerland". The Telegraph (Calcutta). Calcutta, India. 9 May 2012. Retrieved 11 October 2012.
- Nag, Kushali (April 27, 2010). "Why soham plays a geek in friday release Amanush". The Telegraph (Calcutta). Calcutta, India. Retrieved 11 October 2012.
- "Soham to make TV debut?". Times of India. April 23, 2010. Retrieved 25 December 2012.
- "Soham to anchor T.V. show?". The Times of India.
- "Trinamool Youth Congress to protest against fuel price hike". DNA India. 16 May 2015. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
- "Trinamool's actor candidate Sohom worth over Rs.2 crore". Business Standard. 25 March 2016. Retrieved 30 December 2017.
- "8 Ministers, TMC's Madan Mitra Among Heavyweight Losers in Bengal". News18. 20 May 2016. Retrieved 30 December 2017.