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Biswajit Chatterjee

Other names of Biswajit Chatterjee: Biswajeet Ranjitkumar Chattejee, Biswajeet Ranjitkumar Chattopadhyay
Bengali Movie Actor Biswajit Chatterjee

Biswajit Chatterjee started his film career in the late 1950s in the Bengali film industry and rose to become one of the leading actors of his time. However, he appeared only with his first name Biswajit when he was launched in 1962 into Bollywood, through the immensely popular “Bees Saal Baad”, the maiden production venture of music director Hemant Kumar Hemant Mukherjee is a famous composer, singer, and >> Read More... . This first Hindi film of his transformed him into an immediately recognisable Bollywood hero, but he had to depend for some more time on his mentor Hemant Kumar, before he could get firmly established in the Hindi film industry.

He appeared in two more films produced by Hemant Kumar – “Kohra” teamed once again against Waheeda Rehman She took birth in a Tamil Urdu speaking Muslim fam >> Read More... , and “ Bin Badal Barsat Bin Badal Barsat is an Urdu TV serial. It premiere >> Read More... ” opposite Asha Parekh Asha Parekh was born in October 1942 to a middle-c >> Read More... . Thereafter, on picking up the nuances of Bollywood as distinct from Bengali films, and meanwhile also brushing up on his Hindi and Urdu accent, he went on to take one of the top slots among Bollywood heroes between the early sixties till the mid eighties, the most notable period being the sixties and seventies in which he featured in a number of hits against all the leading ladies of his time, with most of his films of that period being characterised by hit musical scores too. Remembered as one of the more handsome heroes of his times, the films that he would be remembered most, besides his debut film, were musical hits like “Mere Sanam” opposite Asha Parekh, “ Shehnai Shehnai is a Pakistani romantic drama serial that >> Read More... ” pairing with Rajshree and teaming up with fellow Bengali Sharmila Tagore in “Yeh Raat Phir Naa Aaygi” .

These were followed over the next 7 years with “April Fool” with Saira Bano in early sixties, and “ Kismat; in which sported a guitar swinging image; and in a more subdued image in“Do Kaliyan”; ” Ishq Par Zor Nahin” was his only starrer with leading lady Sadhana,; and “Sharaarat” in which he starred with Mumtaz. In between he went back to Kolkata to catch up with his career in the Bengali film industry, adding to the list of his hit films of the early 60s, like “Mayamrigo” and “Dui Bhai” in both of which he starred with Uttam Kumar Uttam Kumar was matinee idol of Bengali cinema. He >> Read More... ; and “Sesh Paryanta” and the nationally acclaimed “Dada Thakur” in both of which he acted with the renowned Chhabi Biswas Chhabi Biswas (From 12 July 1900 – 11 June 1962) w >> Read More... . Hs later day notable performances came from films like “Chowringhee” and “Garh Nasimpur” again teaming with Uttam Kumar, as well as subsequent hits like the Tarun Majumdar A legendary director who has created the most exce >> Read More... films " Kuheli Kuheli is a 1971 Bengali thriller film directed by >> Read More... " and “Amar Geeti” both opposite Sandhya Roy Sandhya Roy was born in the Nabadip district in We >> Read More... , in the early eighties. Looking back, Biswajit can draw satisfaction from the fact that he has been at the top for a sustained period both in Bengali and Hindi movies, while his son Prasenjit, although estranged for a long time, is the top most hero in Bengal.


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