Arpita Mukherjee is a talented Bengali film actress and model. She studied at Sarada Mission School and graduated from Scottish Church College, Kolkata. She entered the glamor world by accident. Similar to the kids, who grew up in several Bengali families, she has learned singing and dancing at an early age. Since she completed her studies in a residential school, she became an active member of the school’s cultural program such as stage acting, singing, dancing and recitals. When she entered college, acting opportunities have started for Arpita. She first appeared in Shankar Ray’s Bengali film, Partner, in 2008. In the same year, she has done an Oriya film entitled Bande Utkala Janani. Arpita rose to fame after the release of the Bengali film, Mama Bhagne, in 2009.
She was next seen in Ashok Pati’s Prem Rogi and was starred in the 2010 Bengali film, Jor Jar Muluk Tar. Arpita also donned the films Tora More Jodi Sundara and Bidehir Khonje Rabindranath in 2011. In the following year, she was starred in Dayal Acharya’s Hridoye Lekho Naam, along with Trambak,
and Rita Koyral in the lead roles. Arpita had two unreleased films in 2013; one is Siddhartha Kumar Sinha’s Sparsho and Sourav Mukhopadhyay’s Mangrove.