Anangsha Biswas is a Bengali actress, popularly known for her role in Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana (2012). Originally from Kolkata, she completed her schooling in Pratt Memorial School and then graduated from Bhawanipur College. She first came to Mumbai, after winning the Kolkata round of a reality acting talent hunt show. Unfortunately, she was eliminated and had to return. Eventually, she fought her struggles and went to Mumbai again, this time to pursue theatre. Her first breakthrough was in a play named Special Bond, directed by
. Following her debut, she hasn’t looked back and has kept working her way through theatres and movies.
A 2007 Bollywood film
Khoya Khoya Chand
and the 2010 Bollywood satirical comedy film Benny and Babloo, gave Anangsha a chance to test the waters in Bollywood and to start her journey as a Bollywood actress. Though her roles were small, she did full justice to the characters and gave her hundred percent in the short performances. She also was selected in a supporting role for the Chandrakant Singh’s 2011 Bollywood flick Be-Careful.
Anangsha played a very simple, subtle, de-glam character of a Bengali war-widow Shama Chatterjee in 2011 Indian Comedy movie Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana. The film was directed by Sameer Sharma and produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur, Anurag Kashyap and Ronnie Screwvala. Anangsha’s performance in the picture stood out despite the other spectacular performances given by some known names of the industry like
. Famous and acclaimed Bollywood producer
explicitly praised her performance in the movie.
A German play in Jaipur will see her presence as the protagonist. The play will be directed by an experienced veteran theatre personality Archana Srivastava, who is also the chief of RU's drama department. Apart from the play, she is also preparing for her role in Prakash Jha’s
. Furthermore, she’ll also be a part of
and Babul Supriyo’s duet song – Dream Girl’s video.
She aspires to be a perfect blend of Madhubala and Smita Patel and set her mark both in Bollywood and Bengali Film Industry.