Jochon Dastidar Bengali Actor

Jochon Dastidar is a Bengali playwright, novelist, and social activist born in Kolkata on 16th June 1931. He studied at Mitra Institution School and graduated from Government Art College in 1957. After completing his graduation, Jochon joined the civil service. He married Chandra Dastidar, his colleague. His career included various fields like theatre, film and literacy activities. He was a member of the Bohurupee theatre group and wrote plays like "Phera," " Parineeta Click to look into! >> Read More... Parineeta ," and "Chabak." He contributed to the Bengali film industry by writing lyrics and directing films.

Jochon Dastidar is a recognized name in the Bengali music industry with his songs in the Film, "Sonar Kajol." He did several teleplays like "Udan Choo," "Shoi Somoy," and "Nachni." In 1982, he directed the film "Bedapar," Which was a big hit. His first novel, " Mrinal Sen Mrinal Sen was a renowned and highly skilled India >> Read More... Mrinal Sen ," gained popularity. His play "Bangar Rani," "Shunno," "Kinu," "Amor Vietnam," "Ajker Atanka," and "Gondopadob" are some of his notable works.