Chaiti Ghoshal is an actress who has worked in Bengali movies and television. She was born in a Bengali family in West Bengal and is the daughter of the famous Bengali actor ShyamalGhoshal. She has worked in movies like Paroma(1984) featuring RakheeGulzar and directed by AparnaSen, TomarRakteAamaarSohaag(1993), Atmiyoswajan (1999),Abar Aranyo - In The Forest Again(2003) which also had Sharmila Tagore, Soumitra Chatterjee and Tabu, Prohor (2004), Amu (2005) where she starred with KonkonaSen Sharma, Chittagong (2012) which was a historical war movie also starring ManojBajpai, Na Hannayte (2012), Biye Notout (2013) also starring RituparnaSengupta and Tota Roy Choudhary. She also starred inEk Je Aachhe Shahor(2014) which was not released.

She has also done television shows like serials like Ek Akasher Neeche, which was very popular, Protibimbo, Antarale and recently Tomay Amay Mile, which airs on Star Jalsa. She was doing theater when AparnaSen cast her in movie Paroma in 1984. The movie received huge critical acclamation. She is married to director Ranajit Ray, who cast her in Chena Athena where they met. This show also won her many accolades. She was career oriented, but her personal life took a new direction when her son was born in the year 1995. She was working in Mumbai, which she gave up and settled in Calcutta. She has returned to the theatre which proved to be a turning point in her life. She has played the lead role of Nandini, in GautamHalder’s production of Rabindranath Tagore’s work “Raktakarabi” since 2010.

She won the best actress award for this role at the “Zee BanglarGauravSamman” in the theater category. She has been exploring new areas and also anchored a TV documentary on Indian cricketer and former captainSauravGanguly. The documentary was called The Warrior Prince. She also worked in Gautam Halder’s movie, Mukti.

Carol Gracias Hindi Actress

Carol Gracias

The star model was born on 28 December 1978 to a Goan Catholic household. She was born and brought up in Mumbai itself. With an oomph factor to die for, Carol has made it to the top of the industry with her diligent hard work and style quotient. The title of Femina Look of the Year and India's L'Oreal/Elite "Look of the year" has been of great help in shooting up her career. Apart from being the most talked about, highly paid and the most popular Indian model, Carol has done a cameo in Homi Adajania’s ‘Being Cyrus’ starring Saif Ali Khan and a gig in Biswajeet Bora’s ‘Aisa Yeh Jahaan’ as well. She has also made an appearance along with Abhishek Bachchan in the song ‘Right Here Right Now’ of Ramesh Sippy’s ‘Bluffmaster’. Soon, the reality show fever got to her as she entered the ‘Big Boss’ house in its first season itself. With her personal charm and enduring nature, she got the support of the viewers and finished as the first runner- up. Post this, she also took up the challenge to kill her fears by taking part in ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi’, the Indian Fear Factor and where too she proved herself and finished as the second runner-up. In 2006, Carol’s career hit a low when she underwent a wardrobe malfunction exposing her chest completely while walking the ramp of the Lakme Fashion Week. She was slapped with bad publicity, criticism, protesting activists and court cases too. However, she has put the mishap behind and is still the showstopper for reputed designers. In her personal life, as told by her friends to a trustworthy source, she is a music freak and foodie at heart. She has firm views about girl child education in India and has also shown a keen interest in studying child psychology shortly.


Chandrayee Ghosh

Chandrayee Ghosh is an Indian model and actress who has worked in several Bengali films and serials. She was born in Kolkata into a Bengali family. She made her debut in the industry with Mohul Bener Sereng, a movie by Sakhar Das. She won the BFJA Award in the category of Most Promising Actress for this movie in 2005. She later worked in movies like Tistain (2005), Manush Bhut and Dosarin (2006) and Kaalin (2007). She began as a director in 2008 with her independent movie 'Sama'. The story in the film dwells on homosexuality. She later said that it was based on her own life. The music in the movie was given by a popular Bengali actor Parambrata Chatterjee. She has acted in many television shows such as Mohona, Uttaron, Behula. She likes to experiment with her roles and have done different roles on the small screen. In her serial Raat Bhor Brishti, she played a negative character. In Uttaron, she had a positive character. In Mohona again, her character seemed mysterious. She later appeared in a mega show, Dushaha Bash, which dealt with the lives of three siblings and based on the work of Taslima Nasreen. She was successful in comedy as well in the Zee Bangla's tv serial Labonor Sansar. Her major role was in Behula as the Hindu Goddess Manasa. This serial gained much appreciation, and she was acclaimed for her role. Her other major serials were Ekhane Aakash Neel and Sindoor Khela, all of them were telecasted on Star Jalsa channel. She is presently very much active in the television world with her ongoing serial Kiranmala where she plays the role of a witch.

Chandrayee Ghosh Hindi Actress