Ambarish Bhattacharya Bengali Actor

Ambarish Bhattacharya is a comedian born in Bengal on March 13, 1979. Ambarish Bhattacharya is a Bengali actor who has appeared in films, on the web, and on television. He's also been in several national television commercials. He began his theatre career in the early 2000s, singing theatre songs alongside legendary actress Ketaki Dutta Ketaki Dutta is an actor and singer who works in B >> Read More... Ketaki Dutta . He rose to prominence after appearing in the 2007 television show "Raja & Goja: Bindas Moja" and has subsequently been in several Bengali films, television shows, and web series.

Ambarish Bhattacharya grew up in a culturally rich home and environment in Kolkata, where he learned to appreciate and practice art, music, and Theatre from his father, Abani Bhattacharya. Ambarish graduated with honors in English from Manindra Chandra College in Kolkata after finishing his education at Calcutta Boys School. Following his early career in Theatre in the early 2000s, where he was a member of group theatres, Ambarish moved to Bengali television, where his first fiction comedy series "Raja & Goja: Bindas Moja," in which his character Goja became a household name, earned him tremendous acclaim.

Ambarish's filmography includes collaborations with renowned filmmakers such as , Anjan Dutt Anjan Dutt is an Indian film director, actor, sing >> Read More... Anjan Dutt , , Kamaleswar Mukherjee, etc. Some of his notable releases include Anindya Chattopadhyay's "Open Tee Bioscope," Srijit Mukherji's Uma, Birsa Dasgupta's "Bibaho Obhijaan," and Sibaprasad Mukherji-Nandita Roy's "Gotro."

From 2000 to 2003, Ambarish collaborated with renowned thespian and singer Ketaki Dutta, singing and researching the growth of songs in the theatre arena from 1875 to the present day. He began working with group theatre in 2005. From 2000 to 2006, he performed the one-act play "Ekmukhi Shitala" with Chapal Bhaduri India's last and most famous female impersonat >> Read More... Chapal Bhaduri . Ambarish began his film career in 2011, and in just nine years, he has appeared in over 35 films. His work has been praised in films such as Uma, "Gotro," Crisscross.