Birthday: 26-02-1930
Age: 89
Star sign: Pisces

Amit Bose is an Indian film director and editor. He directed all time classic films such as Abhilasha in the year 1968, and later as an editor worked on movies like Madhumati in 1958, Parakh in 1960, Kabuliwala in 1961, Sujata in 1959, Usne Kaha Tha in 1960 and much more. He also received a chance to work as a chief editor for many renowned directors like Sanjay Khan.

Amit Bose was born in a small part of Bihar called Jamshedpur situated in India. He is the grandson of geologist Mr, Pramatha Nath Bose, who is famous for the discovery of iron ores, which made the realm of J.R.D Tata a reality and that today is known as Tata Group. He is the son of Meera Devi who was a Bengali actress. His name is given by the legend Rabindranath Tagore who is the cousin brother of his mother in Calcutta.

In his childhood days, he was a student of the open-air institution named Visva Bharti situated in Bolpur, Santiniketan, opened by Rabindranath Tagore. He started his new life in the movie industry in the year 1946 in Calcutta. He assisted the notable movie director called Nimai Ghosh when he was making his motion picture called Chinna Mul. This film received several awards both National and International. It is considered as one of the greatest classics in the world of cinema.

Afterward, Mr. Amit Bose moved to Mumbai, India and started working as an assistant to director Phani Majumdar at the Bombay Talkies studio situated in Malad in the year 1947. He also received a chance to appear in Majumdar's movie called Tamasha. In the year 1952, Mr. Amit Bose did an internship in A.B, Pathe, and Pinewood Studios in England.

Then in 1953, he performed and directed classic novel of Sharat Chandra Chatterji Devdas and played the role of Devdas itself on stage. When Mr. Amit Bose returned to India, he got married in Kolkata in the year 1957 and later settled in Mumbai. There he used to work as a Chief Film Editor for the famous director Bimal Roy.  

Ajay Kashyap Hindi Actor

Ajay Kashyap

Ajay Kashyap is an Indian Film director well known for Do Qaidi, Do Matwale, Pyaar Mohabbat, and many more. He is also a Cinematographer and a Writer. Ajay Kashyap has been part of Indian Film Industry for a long time and has directed and produced an amazing piece of work throughout time. He has been part of Indian Film History for over 20 years. He made his debut in Hindi Cinema in 1985 with his movie “Jaan Ki Baazi.” The movie was directed and written by Ajay Kashyap himself. The movie’s star cast included Sanjay Dutt, Anita Raj, Anuradha Patel in the lead roles, while Gulshan Grover, Dan Dhanoa, Goga Kapoor, Manik Irani, and much more played roles of supporting artists. The movie was produced by Pappu Verma. The movie gained a lot of popularity. The movie was based on the story of a boy saving a girl that build the bond between them, but the destiny drifted them apart and it took a lot of hard efforts to cross all the obstacles to getting back together. He continued his work and in the year 1986, he directed “Mera Haque.” The star cast of the movie includes Sanjay Dutt and Anita Raj in lead roles, while Gulshan Grover, Bindu, Raza Murad, and much more played as supporting artists in the movie. Later in 1987, he directed “Naam O Nishan,” and in 1988, he directed “Pyaar Mohabbat.” In the year 1989, he gave the biggest hit of the year, “Do Qaidi.” The movie was based on the storyline of two thieves Manu and Kanu who works alone and are unaware of each other. They once decide to work under Don ‘K.K.’ and K.K. accepts them. K.K.’s son does not agree with the decision as he disliked him because of some past encounters he made with them. The story continues when they try to prove themselves innocent. The star cast of the movie includes Sanjay Dutt, Govinda, Farah Naaz, Neelam Kothari, and Amrish Puri as lead roles while Gulshan Grover, Suresh Oberoi, and much more played as supporting actors in the movie. After this, he did movies like “Do Matwale,” “Maa,” “Jawab,” and many others. The last movie he directed was “The Coal Mafia” which was released in 2012. He directed many films in his career and did most of his films with Sanjay Dutt. They together did 6 films “Jaan Ki Baazi,” “Do Qaidi,” “Mera Haque,” ”Naam O Nisha,” “Do Matwale,” and “Sahebzaade.” He did films with many other prominent actors and actresses such as Govinda, Shashi Kapoor, Sonam, Gulshan Grover, Anita Raj, and many more.


Debalina Majumder

Debalina Majumder is a writer, director, cinematographer and a producer. Her works include a lot of genres like music videos, documentaries, short movies, corporate films, travelogues, experimental and tale films. Debalina was born on July 4, 1972, in Kolkata, West Bengal. At Jadavpur University, she completed her degree in Comparative Literature. She focuses on gender inequality, environment issues, etc. She also writes for different newspapers as well as magazines, occasionally. Her first movie as a director was Sarr..rr..ra (joy run) released in the year 2004. She was also the cinematographer of this movie. Debalina directed Bombagarh Natya Company in the year 2005. It was a fantasy telefilm. In the children-oriented film, there was a wonderland called Bombagarh where a tea stall owner boy helps an aspiring singer to solve a case as the policemen were afraid of ghosts. She wrote and directed A Stranger in a Bioscope which was released in 2005. It was a short documentary movie. The Broken Land was another film written and directed by Debalina, released in 2007. After the Indian Independence in 1947, Bengal was divided into different regions, West Bengal and another country Bangladesh. It shows the adverse effects of the partition in the area in a 3-minute long documentary. In 2008, Debalina released Katha Monologues. It shows the struggle faced by transgenders. Habul & Co. was Debalina’s another project released in February 2009. The cast of this short TV movie included Abanti Chakraborty, Dola Chakraborty, Usashi Chakraborty, Puranjani Ghosh, and Debranjan Nag. In 2010, two films got released, Signature Film and Taar Cheye Se Anek Aaro (More Than a Friend). In 2013, ‘...Ebang Bewarish (...and the unclaimed)’ was released. It raises different questions like the taboos, non-acceptance of female regarding homosexual relationships. She was the writer as well as director of Ebang Bewarish. In January 2017, Abar Jadi Iccha Karo, also known as If You Dare Desire was released. It showcased the deaths of two girls who were in love with each other, Swapna and the other one was Sucheta. They committed suicide because of the plight they had to go through since they had a same-sex relationship in the village of West Bengal, Nandingram. It was a tragic incident putting light on the unacceptable behaviour of people. They wrote a letter before committing suicide stating the reasons for not willing to live with such patriarchy. In SiGNS, 2014, Debalina’s film ‘...ebang bewarish’ got Documentary section Jury-special Mention. It was held on June 1, 2014, at Kerela, India.

Debalina Majumder Hindi Actress