Subhasree Ganguly

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Subhasree Ganguly
Born1989/1990 (age 28–29)[1]
ResidenceKolkata, West Bengal, India
OccupationActress, model, screenwriter
Years active2007–present
Spouse(s)Raj Chakraborty[2]

Subhasree Ganguly Chakraborty is an Indian film actress and former model who appears predominantly in Bengali films. Born in Bardhaman, she forayed into showbiz by becoming the winner of Fairever Anandalok Nayikar Khonje.[1][3][4][5]


Debut, struggle and success[edit]

Subhashree made her debut in Oriya films with Mate Ta Love Helare. Subsequently, she made her debut in Bengali films with Pitribhumi, in which she played a supporting role. Directed by Prabhat Roy.[6] Her first film with Bangladesh actor Shakib Khan, Nabab, created sales records in Bangladesh film history and went on to became one of the most successful films in recent times.[7][not in citation given]


Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Character Notes Co-Stars Producer Language
2008 Mate Ta Love Helare Megha Remake Of Student No.1 (2001) Anuvab Mohanty Bijaya Pattnaik Odia
2008 Pitribhumi Jhuma, Jeet's cousin Jeet Rose Valley Films Bengali
2008 Bajimaat Jhilik Soham Chakraborty Prince Entertainment P4 Bengali
2009 Challenge Pooja Remake Of Dil (2003 film) Dev Shree Venkatesh Films Bengali
2009 Paran Jai Jaliya Re Anamika/Ana Remake Of Namastey London (2007) Dev Shree Venkatesh Films Bengali
2011 Romeo Pooja Remake Of Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam (2011) Dev Shree Venkatesh Films Bengali
2012 Khokababu Pooja Remake Of Dhee (2007) Dev Eskay Movies Bengali
2013 Megh Roddur Madhuja Sen Palash Ganguly DK Entertainment Bengali
2013 Khoka 420 Bhoomi Remake Of Brindavanam (2010) Dev Eskay Movies Bengali
2013 Boss Rusha Remake Of Businessman (2012) Jeet Reliance Entertainment, Grassroot Entertainment Bengali
2014 Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay Bhoomi Remake Of Arya 2 (2009) Ankush Hazra Eskay Movies Bengali
2014 Game Trisha Remake Of Thuppakki (2012) Jeet Reliance Entertainment Bengali
2014 Shesh Boley Kichu Nei Kakoli/Koko Jisshu Sengupta Bengali
2014 Bachchan Special appearance Jeet Reliance Entertainment, Grassroot Entertainment Bengali
2014 Spark Anupama Rajniesh Duggal Rekha Yadav, Naresh Gupta Hindi
2016 Prem Ki Bujhini Paromita/Paro Remake Of 100% Love (2011) Om Eskay Movies Bengali
2016 Abhimaan Dishani Remake Of Attarintiki Daredi (2013) Jeet Reliance Entertainment, Grassroot Entertainment Bengali
2017 Amar Aponjon Shree Remake of Autograph (2004) Soham Chakraborty Bengali
2017 Boss 2: Back to Rule Rusha Indo-Bangladesh joint venture Jeet Grassroot Entertainment, Jeetz Filmworks, Walzen Media Works Bengali
2017 Nabab Diya Indo-Bangladesh joint venture Shakib Khan Eskay Movies, Jaaz Multimedia Bengali
2017 Dekh Kemon Lage Gunja Remake of Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai Soham Chakraborty GreenTouch Entertainment,Nideas Creations&Production Bengali
2018 Honeymoon Jayati Soham Chakraborty Surinder Films Bengali
2018 Chalbaaz Sreejata Remake of Telugu film Subramanyam for Sale Shakib Khan Eskay Movies, Action Cut Entertainment Bengali
2018 Rosogolla Malkanjaan Ujan Ganguly Windows Production House Bengali
2019 Dhumketu Films that have not yet been released Rina Delayed - Post Production Dev Dev Entertainment Ventures Bengali
2019 Untitled Baba Yadav-Jeet Project dagger TBA Announcement, Remake of Kannada film Bachchan Jeet Grassroot Entertainment

Reliance Entertainment


Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Film Result
2006 Fairever Anandalok Nayikar Khonje[8] Won
2008 Anandalok Awards Best Debut in Bengali cinema Bajimaat Won
2013 Kalakar Awards Best Actress Khoka 420 Won
2014 Kalakar Awards[9] Best Actress Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay Won
2018 Kalakar Awards Tolly Queen of the Year Boss 2, Nabab Won


  1. ^ a b "Stars in her eyes". Calcutta, India: 23 November 2006. Retrieved 2009-02-04.
  2. ^ "Everything you want to know about Raj-Subhashree wedding". The Times of India. Retrieved 6 July 2018.
  3. ^ "She who dares to bare". Calcutta, India: 4 August 2008. Retrieved 2009-02-04.
  4. ^ "The rising stars". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. 21 December 2008. Retrieved 2009-02-04.
  5. ^ "I don't want to marry anyone from industry: Subhashree". The Times of India. 17 November 2012. Retrieved 18 November 2012.
  6. ^ ROYCHOUDHURY, AMRITA (11 August 2008). "In demand". The Times of India. Retrieved 8 March 2018.
  7. ^ "Shakib's Nabab sets a 'sales record'". Financial Express-Bangladesh". Retrieved 28 July 2017.
  8. ^ "The Telegraph — Calcutta : Metro". Calcutta, India: 2006-11-23. Retrieved 2012-11-14.
  9. ^ "Kalakar award honours Tollywood stars, mainstream film". Business Standard. Retrieved 16 Jan 2015.

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