Monday, 12 December 2011

Debashree Roy Bollywood Hot Actors Photos Biography Videos Wallpapers 2012

Debashree Roy Biography
Debashree Roy, the quintessential Bengali beauty, was born on 13th June, 1964, in Kolkata. She was wed to actor Prasenjit Chatterjee briefly, before they got divorced.
Debasree was born in Kolkata. She first appeared in film as a child actor in the movie 'Balak Gadadhar' in 1969. She also acted in the role of a little girl in the  film 'Kuheli'. From the childhood, she was used to do dance performance on stage.
She first acted as a heroine in the film 'Nadi Theke Sagare' released in 1978. Since then Debasree has acted in many films in lead roles. In 1981, she acted in the Aparna Sen's first film '36 Chowrangee Lane' which was well acclaimed. In 1996, she won the national award for best actress for her role in Rituparno Ghosh's film 'Unishe April'
Movies:
Debashree started her film career with Kuheli (1971), a horror film in Bengali. 
She was seen a few years later in the Bengali film Dadar Kirti (1980). A love story, it did well.
In the English-Bengali-Hindi film 36 Chowringhee Lane (1981), she played the role of Nandita Roy. Written and Directed by Aparna sen, the film was received well not just by the critics, but also by the audience.
Debashree was seen in Bengali films like: Bishabriksha (1983), Bhalobasa Bhalobasa (1985), Pratikar (1987), Aparanher Alo (1989), Unishe April (1994), Asukh (1999), Ek Je Aachhe Kanya (2000), Antarghaat (2002), Abaidha (2002), Yuddha (2005) ... 
In the English-Bengali-Hindi film 36 Chowringhee Lane (1981), she played the role of Nandita Roy. Written and Directed by Aparna sen, the film was received well not just by the critics, but also by the audience.
Debashree was seen in Bengali films like: Bishabriksha (1983), Bhalobasa Bhalobasa (1985), Pratikar (1987), Aparanher Alo (1989), Unishe April (1994), Asukh (1999), Ek Je Aachhe Kanya (2000), Antarghaat (2002), Abaidha (2002), Yuddha (2005) and Narak Guljar (2009).     
She has also acted in Naga Panchami (1992), Baadshah (1992) Oriya films, with her husband Prasenjit. In fact, Debashree has appeared in a lot of Bengali movies with him.

Debashree Roy, the quintessential Bengali beauty, was born on 13th June, 1964, in Kolkata. She was married to actor Prasenjit Chatterjee briefly, before they got divorced.
She was seen a few years later in the Bengali film Dadar Kirti (1980). A love story, it did well.
In the English-Bengali-Hindi film 36 Chowringhee Lane (1981), she played the role of Nandita Roy. Written and Directed by Aparna sen, the film was received well not just by the critics, but also by the audience.
Debashree was seen in Bengali films like: Bishabriksha (1983), Bhalobasa Bhalobasa (1985), Pratikar (1987), Aparanher Alo (1989), Unishe April (1994), Asukh (1999), Ek Je Aachhe Kanya (2000), Antarghaat (2002), Abaidha (2002), Yuddha (2005)
Debashree Roy was born in Kolkata on August 8th. Her Nickname is Chumki. Her father’s name is Birendra Kishore Roy and mother Arati Roy. She was a student of APG School(Park English School) ut could not continue it for long because of her nack on dancing and acting. Her debut film was “Balak Gadadhar” directed by Harimoy Sen in 1969when she was a mere child. But as a female lead she first appeared in the film “Nadi Theke Sagare” directed by Arabinda Mukhopdhay. Debashree Roy started her dancing career as a stage performer in he early years. She took her dancing lessons from her mother, her elder sister Purnima Roy, Bandana Sen and Kelucharan Mahapatra. She had her own dance group “Nataraj”. She has acted not only in Hindi Films but also in television serials
Debashree Roy started her dancing career as a stage performer in he early years. She took her dancing lessons from her mother, her elder sister Purnima Roy, Bandana Sen and Kelucharan Mahapatra. She had her own dance group “Nataraj”.
She has acted not only in Hindi Films but also in television serials also. Her major film were “Dadar Kirti” by Tarun Majumdar, “36 Chowringee Lane” by Aparna Sen, “Unishe April” by Rituporno Ghosh. She won the National Award for the Best Actress in the year 1996 for “Unishe April”. She married actor Prasenjit in the year 1994. But they were separated in a very short time. Earlier her romance with cricketer Sandip Patil was talked about. That relationship also ended within a very short period of time.
Filmography of Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy has acted in many Bengali and Tamil films. The films acted by Debashree Roy are :
Jibon Rang Berang
Sukhno Lonka
Abaidha
aka The Demolition Man
Antarghaat
Kabhi Ajnabi The
Phulwari
Bishabriksha
36 Chowringhee Lane
Jiyo To Aise Jiyo
Dadar Kirti
Dekha
Ek Je Aachhe Kanya
aka The Girl
Asukh
aka Malaise
Unishe April
Aka 19 April
Aparanher Alo
Mahabharat TV Series ... Satyavati.
Manaivi Ready etc.
About Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy was born on 13th June in the year 1964 in Kolkata of West Bengal. She is a famous Bengali Actress in Bengali film industry. She was acted in more than 100 films and awarded more than 40 prestigious awards. Not only in Bengali film industry she was also acted in many Tamil films and the popular name of her in Tamil film industry is Chintamani. She was also awarded with the prestigious National Film Awardas the Best Actress for her film Unishe April in the year 1995. Mr. Prasenjit Chatterjee is her husband and he is also a famous actor in Bengali film industry.
Career of Debashree Roy
When Debashree Roy was just 4 years of old she acted as a child character in the Bengali film "Kuheli" which is later remake in Bollywood and the name of the film in Bollywood is "Kohra". She was a leading actress in Bengali film industry. The best role of her career was the act of a young doctor in the film Unishe April which was directed by the famous Bengali director Rituparno Ghosh. In the Mahabharata which was directed by B.R.Chopra she was also acted in that as the second wife of King Shantanu "Satyavati". Now Debashree Roy is the MLA of Raidighi. She is a Trinamool Congress MLA. She contested successfully against Kanti Ganguly who is the candidate of CPI(M) in West Bengal assembly elections 2011.
About Rituparno Ghosh
Rituparno Ghosh was born on 31st August in the year 1963 in Kolkata of West Bengal. His father was a documentary film maker. He is one of the famous film director in Tollywood film industry as well as also in Bollywood industry. So the film industries are also happy by getting a popular film director as Rituparno Ghosh. He has also awarded with eight prestigious National Film Awards.He has also acted in about two films as the lead actor and also proved his acting career. He has directed a film which is a children film and whose name was "Hirer Angti" was his first film and after his first film he directed his second film whose name was "Unishe April". After the success of the two films the film industry realized about the new Bengali film director Rituparno Ghosh. Now he is one of the top director in Bollywood.
Career of Rituparno Ghosh
Rituparno Ghosh started his school career from South Point High School and after the completion of his schooling career he started study of economics from Jadavpur University of Kolkata. After he completed his study he came in to the rill world. He started his career as a director of advertisements. In the year 1992 he directed a low budget children film whose name was "Hirer Angti". His second film was "Unishe April" by which he got the prestigious National Film Award in the year 1995. After the success of these two films his career took a great speed and he directed many Bengali films as well as many Hindi films. The films directed by Rituparno Ghosh are :-
Hirer Angti
Unishe
Dahan
Bariwali
Asukh
The Last Lear
Khela
Shob Charitro Kalponik
Abahoman
Noukadubi
Utsab
Titli
Shubho
Chokher
Raincoat
Antarmahal
Dosar
Sunglass
Chitrangada etc
Jadavpur University:
Jadavpur University is a top most educational institute in India. It has its two distinct campuses, one is at Jadavpur and the other is at Bidhan Nagar. These two campusses covers an area of 58 acers and 26 acers respectively. Jadavpur University was established on 24th December, 1955. The campus of Bidhan Nagar consists of five Engineering Departments and a large cricket ground which is under the Cricket Association of Bengal. The Governor of the state of West Bengal is the ex-official chancellor of this University. Some specialized institutes are affiliated to Jadavpur University, are includes Jadavpur Vidyapith college of Education, Institute of Business management. Getting admission in JU is highly competitive and mainly for Engineering courses. Upgraduate students and post graduate students are admitted through WBJEE and GATE respectively. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has given the highest grade to the University with "five star" status. Nandalal Bose, the key member of the Bengal school of art has designed the Logo of this University. Recently in 26th October, 2010 Thia Institute announced to launch a publication house named Jadavpur University press. The academics of Jadavpur University offers faculties mainly in three departments that is Arts, Engineering and Technology and Science.
The faculty of Arts consists of 12 departments including Bengali Department, Comparative Literature Department, Economics Department, English Department, Department of Film Studies, Department of History, Department of International Relation, Department of Library and information Science, Department of philosophy, Department of Physical Education, Department of sanskrit and Department of Sociology. There are 16 departments in Engineering and technology including Department of Architecture, Department of Chemical Engineering , Department of Civil Engineering, Department of Computer science, Department of Electrical Engineering, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Pharmaceuttical Technology, Department of Power Engineering, Department of Production Engineering, Department of Printing Technology, and Department of Construction Engineering.
After the establishment of this University, the Science Department was created in 1956 containing 6 departments such as Department of Chemistry, Department of Physics, Department of Mathematics, Department of Geological Science, Department of Instrumentation Science and the Department of Life Science and Bio-Technology. Some notable personalities like Amrtya Sen, Shankha Ghosh, Buddhadev Bose are the faculty members of Jadavpur University.
Filmography:
Film Year Director Co Actor
Kuheli 1978
36 Chowrangee Lane 1981 Aparna Sen Dritiman Chatterjee
Dadar Kirti 1981 Tarun Majumdar
Troyee 1982 Mithun Chakrabarty
Meghmukti 1982 Tarun Majumdar
Parabat Priya 1984 Tapas Pal
Bhalobasa Bhalobasa 1985 Tarun Majumdar Tapas Pal
Kabhi Ajnabi The (Hindi) 1985 Sandip Patil
Unishe April 1994 Rituparno Ghosh Aparna Sen
Asookh 1999 Rituparno Ghosh
Dekha 2001 Gautam Ghosh Anjan Datta, Soumitra Chatterjee
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Debashree Roy
Ghudsawaari Sikhana - Debashree Roy & Rakesh Bedi - Phulwari

Geet Mere Honton Ko (Kabhi Ajnabi The)
Jejon Thake Majkhane - 6/12 - Bengali Movie
Koyaliya Kali Hai - Debashree Roy & Arun Govil - Jiyo To Aise Jiyo
Manoosh Bhooth - Part 3 of 12 - Debashree Roy - Sabyasachi Chackroborty - Latest Bengali Movie
Dus Saal Beet Gaye Na - Debashree Roy & Rakesh Bedi - Phulwari
Debashree Roy Sexy Waist n Navel Hole
Ghode Ka Nashta - Debashree Roy & Rakesh Bedi - Phulwari