Ankush Hazra was born on 14 of February 1989. His birthplace is Bardhaman, West Bengal, India. However, his family belongs to Dhaka, Bangladesh who shifted to West Bengal during the partition. Currently, he resides in Kolkata. He completed his primary and secondary education from the Holy Rock School, Bardhaman and East West Model School. After completing his school, he entered a university in Durgapur to continue his higher studies in Electronic Engineering.

Since childhood, he loved acting and dreamt of becoming an actor since then.. After completing university studies, he moved to Kolkata. Before he stepped into the cinema, he learnt acting from an acting school at Bhowanipore, under the guidance of Pijus Saha. He has also learned dancing under Bivash Chowdhury. An experiencewhich he obtained from the Bivash Academy of Dance was very helpful to his career as an actor. Also, he obtained a BBA degree from The Heritage Academy in Kolkata.

In the year 2010, he debuted with the film named “Kellafate” in Bengali cinema. It was produced by Pijush Saha and Ankush played the main role with Rupashree. The performance of Ankush was significant throughout the movie. Hence, he was awarded with the best dancer award in Big Bangla Rising Star Award Ceremony. His second film was “Idiot”, produced by Ashok Dhanuka. The "Idiot" was a romantic movie and Ankush played the role of Samrat.

Srabanti Chatterjee Srabanti Chatterjee is a talented and versatile Be >> Read More... Srabanti Chatterjee played the role of Samrat’s lover. "Idiot" became a super hit with box office records. His fourth film was “Khiladi”. Khiladi was also a production of Ashok Dhanuka. There he played the role of Sulaiman/ Krishna Bhattacharya and the heroine of the film was Nusrat Jahan Nusrat Jahan is a famous Indian model and an India >> Read More... Nusrat Jahan . Followed by the success of Khiladi, Ankush worked in several Bengali films such as “Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay”, “Romeo vs Juliet” and “Jamai 420”. In "Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay", Ankush played the role of Abhijeet and he received the best actor award at a Kalakar Awards Ceremony for his appearance in the film. “Premi O Premi” and “Aashiqui” are two films of Ankush which are to be released in the next year.

Amit Sial Hindi Actor

Amit Sial

Kanpur born AmitSial’s childhood hero was none other than Amitabh Bachchan, but his infatuation did not end there. From the age of eight years he dream of becoming an actor like him. Fortunately, he had an understanding and supportive mother, a librarian by profession, who could discern that creative streak in him. She actively encouraged his participation in theatre activities, first in Kanpur and later on when he moved to the Delhi and met up with eminent theatre personalities like Barry John, who directed him for a professional musical being staged that time. Being pragmatic, his businessman father also thought about an alternative for Amit, just in case he had to fall back upon some regular profession. He was sent to Melbourne to complete a course in International Business, and after coming back worked in Delhi for a couple of years. His overbearing passion for acting however ultimately drove him to Mumbai, with the intention of settling down into an acting career. He was fortunate to have been recommended to director Tanuja Chandra for an Into American production. He had to bring up all his background training in drama to get through the rigorous audition and finally made it by grabbing the lead role.He, however, did not lose his touch with theatre, having played an important role in Naseeruddin Shah’s adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s “Arms and the Man”. It became evident that his love for the stage was much more than an intention of just becoming a run of the mill movie actor. He had by then formed his own production team and started directing short plays, being associated with theatre quite actively for a decade. Although he has acted in some mainstream commercial films like “Phas Gaye Re Obama" he was first critically noticed in director Dibakar Banerjee’s Love Sex aur Dhokha” and later on in "Peter Gaya Kaam Se" by John Owen. However, of more significant impact has been the selection of another Dibakar Banerjee movie “Titli”where Amit has played an important role, for screening at the Cannes Festival, taking Amit Sial one more step ahead in his resolve to be acknowledged as an actor of some class.


Anwar Hussain

Veteran character Anwar Hussain had a long stint in the Hindi film industry, spanning 38 years and covering over 100 films in the period from 1938 to 1981. But there is much more than just cold statistics that defines Anwar Hussain. For one, he has a very interesting lineage, being the son of Jaddanbai, a noted singer in the very formative years of Indian cinema, who subsequently also started producing films. The other interesting link in this genealogy is that of the famous actress Nargis, who was also the daughter of Jaddanbai, and thereby, the half sister of Anwar Hussain. In fact, what many people do not know is that although Nargis ultimately became more famous than Anwar Hussain, it was he who had introduced Nargis into films. However, strangely Nargis and Anwar Hussain did not work together in too many films – the ones that come to mind readily are “Romeo and Juliet” in 1947, and the other one almost 20 years later in “Raat Aur Din”. Coming to the links of Anwar Hussain with next generation of actors, quite naturally, he also happened to be the uncle of Sanjay Dutt, actress Nargis’s son. Anwar Hussain has acted in various types of character roles in his numerous movies, but the overall impression he normally conveyed was that of a strong headed and physically tough person who beneath that tough exterior had a soft heart. It is not that he did not deviate from this stereotype. In fact it was the versatility of his acting skills which made it easier for him to perform in comic roles with as much ease as he could play out the character of a scheming villain. This is also the reason why he could figure equally well in light films like “Victoria No. 203”, to action packed ones like “Gunga Jumna”, or even patriotic ones like “Shaheed”. Towards the end of his career, it was, therefore, sad to see an energetic person like him performing his roles virtually sitting on a wheel chair, as by then he had developed paralysis. It was also poignant to note that when he was appearing in his very last film, “Rocky” in the year 1981, his nephew Sanjay Dutt was also making his debut appearance in the very same film.

Anwar Hussain Hindi Actor