Arjun Chakraborty

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Arjun Chakraborty
OccupationActor & Director
Years active1983 - present
Spouse(s)Nilanjana Chakraborty

Arjun Chakraborty (Template:Lang-bn) is an Indian actor and director based in Kolkata.

He made his debut as an actor in the 1983 Hindi film Zara Si Zindagi, and his first major role was in the 1986 film Ankush starring Nana Patekar. Later he shifted mainly to the Bengali film industry starting with the 1989 film Kari Diye Kinlam. He made his directorial debut in 2008 with the film Tollylights.[1]

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Arjun Chakraborty has acted in 13 feature films and has directed 1 film.[2] His film My Karma directed by Korak Day earned him international recognition and was shown in most countries of the world, through various International Film Festivals.

Actor[edit | edit source]

Year Film Role Other notes
1983 Zara Si Zindagi Tilak

Angoor movie, a very small role of an employee in Sanjeev Kumar's Office.

1986 Ankush Arjun
1989 Ek Din Achanak Neeta's brother
Pronomi Tomay (Bengali) Devashis Roy/Devu
Kari Diye Kinlam (Bengali)
1991 Antardhan (Bengali)
1992 Debota (Bengali)
1993 Atmajo (Bengali)
1994 Thikana (Bengali)
Wheel Chair (Bengali)
Prasab (Bengali)
1995 Karna (Bengali)
1999 Jibon Niye Khela (Bengali) Police Inspector
2000 Anokha Moti
2004 My Karma Anirban Mallik Internationally Awarded Film
2008 Tollylights (Bengali) Directorial Debut
2012 Charuulata 2011 (Bengali)
2012 Ki Kore Bojhabo Tomake (Bengali)

Director[edit | edit source]

Year Film Role Other notes
2008 Tollylights (Bengali) Directorial Debut

Television appearances[edit | edit source]

Year Program Role Other notes
2004 Sahib Biwi Gulam
2014–2016 Tumi Robe Nirobe Jashojit Mukherjee
The serial, Saheb Bibi Aur Ghulam also marks Raveena Tandon's television debut.

Acted in popular TV serial "Bibah Abhijan".[citation needed]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "The Telegraph, India, 7 September 2007". Archived from the original on 25 May 2011. Retrieved 1 July 2008.
  2. Welcome to the Official Website of Arjun Chakraborty

External links[edit | edit source]