Koushik Kar is an Indian-Bengali actor and theatre director. He began his career as a professional actor in 2010 in Kolkata with the Minerva Repertory Theatre. His debut appearance was in the 2010 drama Raja Lear, which starred renowned Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee Soumitra Chatterjee was born on January 19, 1935, >> Read More... Soumitra Chatterjee . The 17th Bharat Rang Mahotsav, which took place in 2015, officially picked his 2013 film Ma Ak Nirbhik Sainik, in which he also acted. He has become widely renowned for his directing and playing in several plays over the years in the modern Bengali theatre community and among viewers. In the Bengali movie Lorai: Play to Live, he made his acting debut (2012).

His most recent performance, among others, was in Birsa Dasgupta's 2017 Bengali horror film Shob Bhooturey. After deciding to join the BJP in March 2021, Kar had his role in a play about the Dadri lynching of 2015 cut.Following his debut as a Minerva Repertory actor in the play Raja Lear in 2010, he appeared in Devi Sarpamasta (2012) by Debesh Chattopadhyay Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Debesh Chattopadhyay and Chandragupta (2012) by Koushik Chattopadhyay Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Koushik Chattopadhyay . In 2013, he made his directorial debut with the play Ma Ak Nirbhik Sainik, based on Sailen Ghosh's novel of the same name and produced by Howrah Jonaki. In 2014, he created his theatrical company, Kolkata Rangeela, and began staging the space Ma Ak Nirbhik Sainik under his own production. The play was chosen for the 17th Bharat Rang Mahotsav 2015 and earned him the Sundaram Samman 2015 in the best director category.

Since then, he has directed three plays for his own Kolkata rangeela, Natok Fatok (2015), Pornomochi (2015), and Auto (2017), as well as one for Purbo Paschim's production, Hasuli Banker Upakatha (2015). In 2017, he made his directorial debut with the Bengali film Pornomochi. He presented a play with the same title in 2015. The picture was released in April of this year. He received Sayak Samman 2015 in the Best Actor category for the play Ras in 2013 and Sundaram Samman in 2015.