Rupanjana Mitra is a television and film actress in Bengal. She is a famous Indian television actress stepped in showbiz industry at a very young age, made debut with the television show in the year 2000. Since then she has moved on to making an even bigger name on the small screen. She is a known and prominent figure of Indian television industry who hosted prominent reality shows such as ‘Shoshur Bari Bonam Baper Bari’ and ‘Nacho To Dekhi’ etc. She made her debut in acting in TV serials and later made a foray into movies. She has been working in the television and film since the year 2000. She made her debut in the televisions serial ‘Beauty Parlour’ and then subsequently played Binodini in the TV serial ‘Choker Bali’. Also, she is an awesome host.
She hosted many games shows in ETV Bangla, ZEE Bangla and Rupashi Bangla and Star Jalsha channels. A few years back, she had bagged her role in a TV serial '
' which is aired now being aired on Sahara One in Hindi version too. Earlier, it was aired on Star Jalsha from March 15, 2010 – August 21, 2011. It had one more Bengali actress Payal Dey playing the title role in 'Behula'. The actress was excited about playing the role of Sanaka’s character in the mythological serial ‘Behula’. She had a fan following for her natural beauty and screen presence in films and televisions.
She likes wearing lavish costumes and makeup, but the actress always expects to perform in a convincing manner in all her projects. She had a long innings in Bengali screen. She had been active for over 11 years.
At present, she is also a mother of a new-born baby and she is happy about it. The actress has also grabbed a powerful role in a Bengali film ‘Teen Tanaya’ that was directed by Shukla Mitra. ‘Teen Tanaya is a film based on three poems of Rabindranath Tagore and actor Saheb Bhattacharya was cast opposite her. Of late, she also has reduced the number of assignments even in TV serials. She was seen last in many mega serials such as ‘Durga’, ‘Binnidhaner Khoi’ and ‘
’,’ Pratikkha Ektu Bhalobasha’,’ Ek No Mess Bari’, ‘Tithir Atithi’ etc.