Deep Bhattacharya is an actor of the Indian film industry who has worked in some of the Bengali and Hindi films. Before his entry in Bollywood, he worked in dramas in the Bengali language. He made his debut into the Bollywood film industry with the inspirational film named as “The Light: Swami Vivekananda.” With this film, an opportunity knocked on his door that gave him a chance to showcase his talent to the world and to earn fame plus money.

This movie provided him with the opportunity to work along the director Utpal Sinha under the name of the prestigious banner of the production company called as “Tri Colour Productions private limited.” He played the lead role in this film and enacted as the great “Swami Vivekananda.” The director selected him for this role after watching his work in some Bengali drama that impressed him.

His co-stars portrayed their roles as follows; Courtney Stephens Courtney Stephens is an American film-maker and ba >> Read More... played the role of Sister Nivedita, Gargi Roy Choudhury was a woman called Sarada Devi, Premankur Chattopadhyay Bio Coming Soon... >> Read More... portrayed Ramakrishna, ArchitaSahu acted as Moina Bai, Biswajit Chakraborty Biswajit Chakraborty is a Bengali television and f >> Read More... as Vishwanath Dutta, Piyali Mitra Piyali Mitra is a Bengali actress who appeared in >> Read More... as Bhuvaneswari Devi, and Sayak Chakraborty Sayak Chakraborty is an upcoming star of the indus >> Read More... as young Narendranath Datta. The film is of historical genre and released in the Indian cinemas on 23rd of August in the year 2013, and on 1st February 2013 in Kolkata.

It released in two languages, Bengali and Hindi, and was later dubbed into 18 different languages. Its story is based on the life of the great Swami Vivekananda and his teachings. The film shows how he slowly transformed from Narendranath Datta to Swami Vivekanand. It depicts the wonderful journey of his life from his childhood days to how he started meeting with mystic saints like Ramakrishna and many other people while traveling in various places and countries.

This film was a great start for his career into the Bollywood film industry. Almost every person from the audience loved the film and his work. Being a box office hit, it gave him a big success and a good turn to his career as an actor. Deep Bhattacharya also worked in a Bengali film called “HothatDekha” directed by Reshmi Mitra where he was in the lead role along with the stress Debasree Roy and the actor Shankar Chakraborty. This Bengali drama released in the cinemas on 31 March 2017. Its story is related to a famous poem by Rabindranath Tagore.

Deepak Dave

Deepak H. Dave is a Gujrati Actor who is lighting up the TV screens since the early 80s. He has worked in more than 70 dramas, 15 television series and nine movies. Being well versed in multiple languages like English, Gujarati, Hindi and Marathi, he also has maintained a reputation of an established Dubbing Artist. He describes himself as a Free Lance Actor (Films, TV, Plays), Voice Over Artist and a Dubbing Artist. Moreover, he hasn’t limited his skills to acting as he has also tried his hand in Direction. He shot to fame with his 1998 flick Nano Diyariyo Ladko. Directed by Aatmaram Thakor and produced by Anilbhai Sangani, it was Deepak’s breakthrough in the big screen. Dave’s lead role was highly praised, and the film was vastly called a “Social Entertainment”. Following Nano Diyariyo Ladko, other flicks like Shubh Din Aayo Re (2005), Rutu No Hritik (2005), Aa Che Adamkhor (2006), Himkavach (2006) and Sachha Bola Juthalal (2010) helped him build his career. Deepak Dave’s Chingari is considered one of the best ‘Gujrati Nataks’. Bramah Vishnu Mahesh Ni Aa Jodi and Aankho Na Dola Par Besi Nindaradi Aavi Jo are some of the hit songs which feature him. From January 2003, Deepak has been closely working with Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. It is an organisation which is committed to create wakefulness of India’s rich culture, scriptures, the unity of all beliefs and mutual spiritual truth given to the world community by seers and sages. Deepak works with them to promote Indian culture, literature, languages and studies of Indian faiths and the various systems of Indian philosophical values. His major goal aligns with his dedication to enrich the Indian art forms like painting, music, drama, dance, films, etc. He worked as the Director of Programs in  Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Mumbai from January 2003 to July 2005. In the same year, he started working in USA with the Bharatiya Vidya team as the Manager of Programs. In early 2008, he was promoted to the Executive Director position and has been working in the same for about nine years.

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