Prosenjit Chatterjee

Prosenjit Chatterjee
Birthday: September 30th, 1962
Prasenjit Chakraborty
Prasenjit Chatterjee (Bengali: Proshenjit Chôṭṭopaddhae), professionally known as Proshenjit, is a Bengali film actor. His fans affectionately called him Bumba Da.

Photogallery of Bengali Superstar Prosenjit

Prosenjit, however the only superstar after Uttam Kumar to retain Hero No. 1 position in Tollywood for more than two decades, is probably under-rated than he should have been. No other Bengali hero has been able to sustain himself in the top position for so long and so well. His films still draw full houses in Kolkata along with in the villages and districts of West Bengal.

The intellectuals (read mostly educated people from Calcutta) do not consider him star material at all. But they cannot ignore him now because he is in demand among off-mainstream filmmakers as well. The only son of Biswajeet, the only actor from Tollygunge who carved a niche in Hindi cinema in the 1960s, Prosenjit made his debut when he was just four years old in his father’s production Chhotto Jignasa (The Tiny Question). The film was a big hit and little Boomba’s fresh and natural performance warmed the cockles of every heart in house-full theatres way back in 1967. It was back to school after that. In between, his parents split, Biswajeet settled in Mumbai and at age of Sixteen, Prosenjit was left with the responsibility of his family consisting of his mother and little sister Pallavi Chatterjee, now an actress in her own right.

His first shot as a child actor was on the Bali Bridge. He had to run from one end of Bali Bridge to other that day under the hot sun. He did it. However, that made Madhabi Mukherjee angry as she did not understand why such a small child should run like this. His first film as a hero was ” Duti Pata”. He played the role of a son from a very welthy family.

Listen to:
1. Prosenjit at BFJA awards
2. Chiridini Tumi Je Amar Video Song
3. Dosar Trailer

Personal Life:
Prosenjit had a very long love affair with co star Debashree Roy and they got married. However, the marriage was not a happy one. Prosenjit separated and went thought marriage and divorce two more times before settling with much younger actress Arpita Pal. Prasenjit – Arpita couple has a son Trishanjit.

He studied at the St.Xavier’s school for his Higher Secondary and later joined the reputed St.Xavier’s College for some days. But he didn’t appear for exams due to his desire for acting.

He made his debut as hero in Duti Pata (1983), a teenage romance along the lines of Bobby. The film filled a vacuum in Bengali cinema through its look and mounting, distanced from stereotypical Bangla films of the time. It turned out to be a super-duper hit, and overnight, Prosenjit found stardom thrust on him. He started as a stage actor, in a commercial theatre house at a salary of Rs 500 a month with performances on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. On other days of the week, he went to various studios, met producers and directors in search of an opening in films. Throughout these days of struggle, he had the support and encouragement of his late mother.

It was primarily through his efforts that Subhash Chandra Goel of Zee TV agreed to launch the Bengali television channel, Zee Bangla. In 1994-95, Prosenjeet concentrated on building the new generation television industry and also acted in some television serials himself. The Doordarshan monopoly was broken, and thanks to Prosenjit’s efforts, satellite channels spawned a host of new actors, directors, anchors, music directors and technicians.

He considers the character of Koushik, the husband in Rituparno Ghosh’s Dosar (2006) as his most challenging role. “The story begins with Koushik cheating on his wife, spending a weekend with another woman and then running into a near-fatal accident. He sustains severe injuries and most of the time, I was horizontal and had to emote only through my eyes. None of my body parts moved except my eyes. It was extremely exhausting in a physical sense. It was also challenging because the Indian audience does not generally accept such characters.”

His favourite film in his entire career till now is Daay Dayitwa directed by Haranath Chakrabarty. “It is special for me because the role I did was initially written for Uttam Kumar though the director was different. Then Victor Banerjee was chosen for the same role but the project got shelved and twice removed, it came to me with Haranath directing me,” says Prosenjit.

Omor Shongi (1987) opposite Vijayeta Pandit, Apon Amaar Apon(1990) directed by Tarun Majumdar and Buddhadeb Dasgupta’s Ami, Yaseen Aar Amaar Madhubala (2007) are the three outstanding films of his career. The song Chirodini Aami Je Tomaar from Omor Shongi remains a hot favourite among lovers of Bengali music. In fact, Omor Shongi was his turning point film. Prosenjit did not have to look back after that. Till this film established him as the numero uno of Bengali mainstream cinema, Prosenjit could not afford to pick and choose either roles, or banners or films. “I had to prove that I was sincere and dedicated, that I meant work. And this not being able to pick and choose led me to my first big hit, Omor Shongi,” he recalls. “It was a journey of striving born of a desperation to prove to my audience, producers, directors, co-actors that I can deliver so please have faith in me. I did not pick or choose roles. I did not reject an offer even when I knew it would not do me any good. Omor Shongi changed all that once and for all. A musical romance, it was the biggest box office hit of the time,” he adds.

Since Omor Shongi, it has been one long struggle to sustain the position that took years of struggle to reach. According to Prosenjit, “an actor passes through several phases in his career. The first phase is the struggle to get work. The second is to keep working. The third is to settle down to some kind of stability in terms of career, work, and assignments. The last phase is the most difficult – to hold your position there and then withdraw to concentrate on the holistic approach towards each film you work in. It is a world where nothing exists for me apart from my film, the posters of the film, the audience in the theatres, the box office collections of the film. I am fiercely protective of this world of mine and will not tolerate any harm done to it by any one or anything.”

Now let us take a look at the amazing statistics called Prosenjit. Over the past 25 years, his roster as hero lists around 270 films with an average hit rate of 40% in the past ten years. He has acted with 50 leading ladies. He has won state and local awards left, right and centre though the National Award still eludes him. On the other hand, he has done assignments in good films under the directorial baton of Rituparno Ghosh and Buddhadeb Dasgupta. He has seen sharing screen space with Amitabh Bachchan in his first English language film, The Last Lear directed by Rituparno Ghosh. Till June 2003, Prosenjit had starred in 41 out of a total number of 51 films directed by Swapan Saha as the hero. Around 83% of these films were hits. He had 22 releases in just one year – 2004. “The burden was very heavy. But I had no choice because every single film was a big hit. My producers and directors were waiting for me to deliver. Today, thankfully, with the entry of a few young men like Jeet and Jishu Sengupta and Mithun-da’s re-entry as hero, I have been able to cut down on my assignments and concentrate on fewer roles. I have done around 40/50 films each with five or six directors over my entire career. So, we have a rapport that helps either of us to understand precisely what the other person expects,” he elaborates. He has acted under the directorial baton of any and every director in Bengali cinema one can recall. Tapan Sinha, Tarun Majumdar, Prabhat Roy, Haranath Chakrabarty, Swapan Saha, Sujit Guha, Rituparno Ghosh and Buddhadeb Dasgupta; Prosenjeet has acted under the directorial batons of all of them. He knows that serious filmmakers like Aparna Sen, Gautam Ghosh and Anjan Das will also call him one day for their films.

Among the 50 odd leading ladies he has acted with, he rates Debashree Roy, the woman he was once married to, as the best. “She is outstanding and completely dedicated to her work. I have worked with her in more than 25 films. It is a pleasure to be cast opposite her in any film and I would welcome the opportunity any time she agrees to act with me. Many talented young women faded away into oblivion, constantly throwing up the challenge of creating new and talented leading ladies in the Bengali film industry.” Says Prosenjit. Satabdi Roy takes top place as his heroine, having acted with him in more than 50 films. He has done 35 films with Rachana Banerjee, 50 with Rituparna Sengupta, around 16 with Indrani Haldar and four with his wife Arpita.

Prosenjit did make an attempt to make it in Bollywood. He played the role of Mumtaz’s son in her disastrous comeback film Aandhiyaan in 1989. The film was directed by David Dhawan. The story revolved around Mumtaz and Shatrughan Sinha who were married but had split because of Sinha’s political aspirations where his ordinary wife would be a disturbing factor. The son grows up to take revenge and finally unite his parents. The film disappeared without a trace. But this did not stop Prosenjit from playing the hero in the Mehul Kumar-directed Meet Mere Man Ke (1991). This film too, was a disaster too and the intelligent Prosenjit came back to his roots, choosing to become numero uno in his home state rather than becoming a bit-star doing secondary roles in Bollywood films.

I know nothing except cinema. The entire film industry in my home state is my concern, my responsibility. I am always thinking of how and from where more money can flow into it; how it can be bettered in every way. I am not saying that I consider myself an all-time CEO of the industry. It is more like a senior staffer who has put in many years of service in his company feels a sense of belonging, a sense of responsibility for that company. I know that my very survival depends on the survival of the Bengali film industry. It is as simple as that,” says this actor who does not bother about the numerous critics and intellectuals who do not like his acting at all. He is clearly a director’s actor as his portrayals in the films of Tapan Sinha, Rituparno Ghosh and Buddhadeb Dasgupta go to prove. His portrayal of the failed artist-turned-alcoholic whose marriage is on the verge of breaking down in Rituparno Ghosh’s Utsab is a revelation. His low-profile portrayal of a young boy who runs a bookshop in a small town in Tapan Sinha’s Aatanka is another case in point. His production company, Ideas, is actively engaged in film production. “Mainstream Bangla films like Refugee, Sangharsh, Kali Shankar have contributed to the making of Prosenjit, the star, I find it easier to identify with characters I play in off-screen films because they are closer to reality. So, there’s no way I can make a choice between the two. I have decided to concentrate on lesser films by taking on five or six mainstream assignments and two off-mainstream films every year from now on so that I can have a roster of choice films,” he says.

For Prosenjit, acting is a holistic experience. Acting comprises everything that goes into the character one is portraying – the costume, the make-up, the dialogue, the fashion, the style, the body language, the relationships with the other characters, everything. All these keep changing from time to time, from film to film. He personally engages himself in every single department of acting. His dream is to break the narrow walls of regional Bengali cinema and push its borders to reach international cinema. He is also conscious of not allowing to get stereotyped in all the masala roles he does in masala films. So, he tries as best as he can, to change his look for every single film. He took on a pair of weird glasses for the role of a marginalized and humiliated stepson in a joint family in Swapno. In Sangharsha, he had seven different get-ups. In Kali-Shankar, he went to Numaish, a parlour in south Kolkata, where they suggested that he colour his hair. They also insisted on a French beard of the same colour. Once, he experimented with watermelon, butter and jelly. He mixed the three to get the perfect wound on his face and body. At Cannes where he went for the screening of Dosar, some of the international regulars asked him about Mahendra look in Chokher Bali where he back brushed his hair, smoked a pipe and wore the ornate suit Indian aristocrats of the time wore. For The Last Lear, in which he plays himself for the first time, Prosenjit has acquired a rusty brown tan and wears a white, full-sleeved shirt over tight denims, boots and dark glasses.

Never mind those arty Bengalis who stick their noses up at the very mention of his name, Prosenjit has evolved into an institution unto himself in Bengali cinema. The word ‘hero’ in this instance, transcends the borders of the screen, the cinema theatre and the Bengali audience to embrace everything contemporary mainstream Bengali cinema stands for – pulling in the mass audience, crossing the rural-urban divide to bring the rural and suburban masses into the framework of viewership, popularity, fashion statements among young men who wish to emulate their icon. Prosenjit personifies all this, and more.

Prosenjit is a Most Successful Bengali Actor in Tollywood after Uttam Kumar.

Best Actor

  1. Ranakshetra Anandalok Awards [1999]
  2. Dosar Anandalok Awards [2006]
  3. Ashray BFJA Awards [2001]
  4. Chokher Bali BFJA Awards [2004]
  5. Dosar BFJA Awards [2007]
Best Actor In a Supporting Role
  • Utsab BFJA Awards [2002]
Most Outstanding Work Of The Year
  • Chhotto Jignansa BFJA Awards [1969]



  1. Raaj Bangsha (Unreleased) 2009
  2. Aami Yasin O Aamar Madhubala (Unreleased) 2008
  3. Aparadhi (Unreleased) 2008
  4. Rajkumar (Unreleased) 2008
  5. Sob Choritro Kalponik (Unreleased) 2008
  6. Gharjamai 2008
  7. Golmaal 2008
  8. Hochchheta ki 2008
  9. Khela 2008
  10. Mahakaal 2008
  11. Mr. Funtush 2008
  12. Shibaji 2008
  13. Swapner Din 2008
  14. Takkar 2008
  15. The Last Lear 2008
  16. Bandhu 2007
  17. Greftaar 2007
  18. Kalishankar 2007
  19. Sangharsha 2007
  20. Agnipariksha 2006
  21. Dosar 2006
  22. Ekai Eksho 2006
  23. Nayak 2006
  24. Refugee 2006
  25. Sakal Sandhya 2006
  26. Bazi 2005
  27. Criminal 2005
  28. Dadar Adesh 2005
  29. Raj Mahal 2005
  30. Raju Uncle 2005
  31. Sangram 2005
  32. Sathi Aamar 2005
  33. Swapna 2005
  34. Tobu Bhalobasi 2005
  35. Agni 2004
  36. Anyay Atyachar 2004
  37. Badsha The King 2004
  38. Gerakal 2004
  39. Paribar 2004
  40. Protisodh 2004
  41. Ram Lakshman 2004
  42. Sajani 2004
  43. Shudhu Tumi 2004
  44. Surya 2004
  45. Tyag 2004
  46. Adorini 2003
  47. Andha Prem 2003
  48. Chokher Bali 2003
  49. Kartabya 2003
  50. Mayer Anchal 2003
  51. Rakhe Hari Mare Ke 2003
  52. Rakta Bandhan 2003
  53. Sabuj Sathi 2003
  54. Sneher Protidan 2003
  55. Annadata 2002
  56. Bor Kone 2002
  57. Deba 2002
  58. Debdas 2002
  59. Inqlab 2002
  60. Kurukshetra 2002
  61. Phul Aar Pathar 2002
  62. Pratihinsa 2002
  63. Protarak 2002
  64. Shatrur Mokabila 2002
  65. Shiba 2002
  66. Sonar Sansar 2002
  67. Streer Maryada 2002
  68. Aami Jibonpurer Pathik 2001
  69. Aghat 2001
  70. Guru Shisya 2001
  71. Hatiar 2001
  72. Jabab Chai 2001
  73. Jamaibabu Zindabad 2001
  74. Malabadal 2001
  75. Pratibad 2001
  76. Prem Pratigya 2001
  77. Sud Asal 2001
  78. Utsab 2001
  79. Apan Holo Par 2000
  80. Ashray 2000
  81. Bhalobashar Chhoan 2000
  82. Bhalobasi Tomake 2000
  83. Ei Ghar Ei Sansar 2000
  84. Kalankini Badhu 2000
  85. Kulangar 2000
  86. Madhur Milan 2000
  87. Sajoni Aamar Sohag 2000
  88. Satruta 2000
  89. Shapath Nilam 2000
  90. Swashurbari Zindabad 2000
  91. Trishul 2000
  92. Agnishikha 1999
  93. Daye Dayitya 1999
  94. Khelaghar 1999
  95. Madhu Malati 1999
  96. Santan Jakhan Satru 1999
  97. Satyam Shivam Sundaram 1999
  98. Sei To Abar Kachhe Ele 1999
  99. Shatru Mitra 1999
  100. Sindur Khela 1999
  101. Sudhu Eakbar Balo 1999
  102. Swamir Ghar 1999
  103. Tomay Pabo Bole 1999
  104. Tumi Ele Tai 1999
  105. Aamar Maa 1998
  106. Ami Sei Meye 1998
  107. Baba Keno Chakar 1998
  108. Chowdhury Paribar 1998
  109. Gharer Lakshmi 1998
  110. Mayer Adhikar 1998
  111. Nayaner Alo 1998
  112. Praner Cheye Priyo 1998
  113. Ranakshetra 1998
  114. Sagar Banya 1998
  115. Sindurer Adhikar 1998
  116. Sundari 1998
  117. Swamir Aadesh 1998
  118. Adarer Bon 1997
  119. Ajker Santan 1997
  120. Bakul Priya 1997
  121. Bhalobasa 1997
  122. Bidroho 1997
  123. Chandragrahan 1997
  124. Matir Manush 1997
  125. Mayar Badhan 1997
  126. Moner Manush 1997
  127. Pabitra Papi 1997
  128. Samadhan 1997
  129. Saptami 1997
  130. Tomake Chai 1997
  131. Abujh Mon 1996
  132. Bhai Amar Bhai 1996
  133. Biyer Phul 1996
  134. Jhinukmala 1996
  135. Lathi 1996
  136. Sakhi Tumi Kar 1996
  137. Unishe April 1996
  138. Drishti 1995
  139. Mohini 1995
  140. Sangharsha 1995
  141. Shesh Pratiksha 1995
  142. Ajana Path 1994
  143. Biswas Abiswas 1994
  144. Dhusar Godhuli 1994
  145. Kalpurush 1994
  146. Nagpanchami 1994
  147. Nati Binodini 1994
  148. Pratyaghat 1994
  149. Rajar Raja 1994
  150. Rakta Nadir Dhara 1994
  151. Tumi Je Aamar 1994
  152. Ghar Sansar 1993
  153. Mon Manena 1993
  154. Prithibir Shesh Station 1993
  155. Rakter Swad 1993
  156. Shraddhanjali 1993
  157. Sukher Swarga 1993
  158. Adhikar 1992
  159. Apan Par 1992
  160. Maa 1992
  161. Pratham Dekha 1992
  162. Priya 1992
  163. Purushottam 1992
  164. Rakte Lekha 1992
  165. Shaitan 1992
  166. Surer Bhubane 1992
  167. Ahankar 1991
  168. Ek Pasla Brishti 1991
  169. Katha Dilam 1991
  170. Palataka 1991
  171. Prashna 1991
  172. Prem Pujari 1991
  173. Alingan 1990
  174. Apan Aamar Apan 1990
  175. Badnam 1990
  176. Bhanga-Gara 1990
  177. Chetana 1990
  178. Larai 1990
  179. Mandira 1990
  180. Sankranti 1990
  181. Aamar Shapath 1989
  182. Aamar Tumi 1989
  183. Akrosh 1989
  184. Amanat 1989
  185. Amar Prem 1989
  186. Aparanher Alo 1989
  187. Asha O Bhalobasa 1989
  188. Biday 1989
  189. Bondini 1989
  190. Chokher Aloy 1989
  191. Jhankar 1989
  192. Judge Saheb 1989
  193. Mone Mone 1989
  194. Monimala 1989
  195. Nishibadhu 1989
  196. Nishitrishna 1989
  197. Pronami Tomay 1989
  198. Shatrupaksha 1989
  199. Aghat 1988
  200. Apaman 1988
  201. Chhannachhara 1988
  202. Chhoto Bou 1988
  203. Jyoti 1988
  204. Ora Charjan 1988
  205. Pratipaksha 1988
  206. Amar Sangee 1987
  207. Apan Ghar 1987
  208. Arpan 1987
  209. Dolanchanpa 1987
  210. Mouna Mukhar 1987
  211. Samrat O Sundari 1987
  212. Swarnamoyeer Thikana 1987
  213. Atanka 1986
  214. Bouma 1986
  215. Jiban 1986
  216. Lalmahal 1986
  217. Madhumoy 1986
  218. Parinati 1986
  219. Pathbhola 1986
  220. Prem Bandhan 1986
  221. Tinpurush 1986
  222. Nilkanta 1985
  223. Sonar Sansar 1985
  224. Til Theke Tal 1985
  225. Dadamoni 1984
  226. Pujarini 1984
  227. Shatru 1984
  228. Agradai 1983
  229. Jiban Maran 1983
  230. Aparupa 1982
  231. Pratihsodh 1981
  232. Subarna Golak 1981
  1. Ami Sei Meye 1998
  2. Purushottam 1992
  3. Producer
  4. Purushottam 1992
Year   Movie   Director   Co-stars   Banner  
1968 Chhotto Jigyasha Biswajit
1974 Raktatilak Biswajit
1980 Dui Prithibi Piyush Basu Uttam Kumar
1981 Pratisodh Sukhen Das
1982 Aparupa Bidesh Sarkar Madhu
1983 Duti Pata Bimal Roy
1983 Agradani Palash Bandhopadhaya
1983 Jiban Maran Sukhen Das
1984 Dadamoni Sujit Guha
1984 Pujarini Partha Pratim Choudhury
1984 Satru Anjan Choudhury
1985 Sonar Sansar Rathis De Sarkar
1985 Nilkantha Dilip Roy
1985 Til Theke Tal Santimoy Bandhopadhaya
1986 Lal Mahal Sujit Guha
1986 Parinoti Palash Bandhopadhaya
1986 Jibon Ardhendu Chattopadhaya
1986 Atanko Tapan Sinha First film with Tapan Sinha
1986 Pathbhola Tarun Majumdar
1986 Bouma Sujit Guha
1986 Madhumoy Jahar Biswas
1986 Teenpurush Umanath Bhattacharya
1986 Prem Bandhan Rathus De Sarkar
1987 Arpan Nibhas Chakraborty
1987 Apan Ghare Pinaki Choudhury
1987 Samrat O Sundari Parimal Roy
1987 Sarnamoyer Thikana Sushil Mukherjee
1987 Moun Mukhor Sarit Bandhopadhaya
1987 Amar Sangi Sujit Guha Vijeyata Pandit
1987 Dolon Chapa Sujit Guha
1988 Pratipakhaya Rathis De Sarkar Rameshwari
1988 Channachara Anjan Mukherjee
1988 Apaman Chandan Mukherjee
1988 Ora Charjon Samit Bhanjo
1988 Choto Bou Anjan Choudhury
1988 Debi Baran Srikanto Guhathakurata
1988 Aghat Dev Sinha
1988 Jyoti Sabdo kumar Anuradha Patel
1988 Sudhu Tomari Prabir Mitra
1989 Nishi Trishna Parimal Bhattacharya
1989 Asha O Bhalobasha Sujit Guha Dispshikha Chiklia
1989 Bidaye Ashit Ganguly
1989 Satru Pakhya Nripen Saha
1989 Aamar Tumi Bimal Roy Farah Naaz
1989 Monimala Gautam Choudhury
1989 Jojsaheb Piyush Debnath
1989 Chokher Aloye Sachin Adhikary
1989 Nishi Badhu Robin Basu
1989 Mone Mone Partha Pratim Choudhury
1989 Aparanyer Alo Agradoot
1989 Aakrosh Sujit Guha
1989 Bandini Sujit Guha
1989 Jhankar Sujit Guha
1989 Aamar Sapath PrabhatRoy
1989 Amar Prem Sujit Guha Juhi Chawla
1989 Amanat Santanu Bhoumik
1989 Pronami Tomaye Prabhat Roy Reshmi Singh
1990 Alingan Tapan Sinha
1990 Apan Amar Apan Tarun Majumdar
1990 Mandira Sujit Guha Sonam
1990 Badnam Sibu Mitra Neelam
1990 Sankranti Moloy Mitra
1990 Bhanga Gora Oru Bagchi
1990 Ladai Rana Mukherjee
1991 Ahankar Srikanto Guhathakurata
1991 Proshno Saran Dey
1991 Katha Dilam Rupat Das Ayesha Jhulka
1991 Prem Pujari Nandan Dasgupta
1991 Palatak Saran Dey
1991 Ek Pasla Bristi Nitish Roy
1992 Raktalekha Ram Mukherjee
1992 Apan Por Tapan Saha Juhi Chawla
1992 Surer Bhubane Prabir Mitra
1992 Priya Sibu Mitra Pallavi Joshi
1992 Saitan Sachin Adhikary
1992 Adhikar Dev Sinha
1992 Maa Prasanto Nandi
1992 Purusatyam Prasenjit
1992 Pratham Dekha Sujit Guha
1993 Mon Mane Na Inder Sen
1993 Rakter Sadh Dhruba Dutta
1993 Sradhanjali Srikanto Guha
1993 Sukher Sargo Biresh Chatterjee
1993 Prithibir Sesh Station Lalit Mukherjee
1993 Ghar Sansar Prasanto Nandi
1994 Pratyaghat Santanu Bhoumik
1994 Ajana Path Nibhas Chakraborty Nita Puri
1994 Rakta Nadir Dhara Ram Mukherjee
1994 Nag Panchami D. Bijoybhatt
1994 Rajar Raja Samit Bhanjo
1994 Tumi Je Amari Inder Sen
1994 Biswas Abiswas Sapan Saha
1994 Dhusor Godhuli Bimal Roy Debjani
1994 Kaalpurush Pratin Jaiswal
1995 Sangharsa Haronath Chakraborty
1995 Mohini Sushikumar Shah
1995 Sesh Pratikshya Sachin Adhikary
1995 Dristi
1996 Abuj Mon Sapan Saha
1996 Bhai Amar Bhai Sapan Saha
1996 Unishe April Rituparno Ghosh
1996 Jhinukmala Sapan Saha
1996 Biyer Phool Ram Mukherjee Rani Mukherjee
1996 Sakhi Tumi Kar Sapan Saha
1996 Lathi Prabhat Roy
1996 Manush Amanush Sujit Guha
1997 Adorer Bon Sapan Saha
1997 Moner Manush Sujit Guha
1997 Chandragrohan Anjan Bandhopadhya
1997 Ajker Santan Haronath Chakraborty
1997 Samadhan Narayan Ghose
1997 Bakul Priya Sapan Saha
1997 Bhalobasa Samit Bhanjo
1997 Mayar Badhon Sapan Saha
1997 Saptami Pallav Ghose
1997 Tomake Chai Sapan Saha
1997 Pabitra Papi Anup Sengupta
1997 Matir Manush Sapan Saha
1998 Nayaner Aalo Sapan Saha
1998 Choudhury Paribar Bablu Samaddar
1998 Aami Sei Meye Prasenjit
1998 Baba Keno Chakar Sapan Saha
1998 Sundari Sapan Saha
1998 Syamir Adesh Sapan Saha
1998 Sindurer Adhikar Anup Sengupta
1998 Gharer Laksmi Sapan Saha
1998 Sagar Banya Partha Sarathi Joyardar
1998 Ranokhetro Haronath Chakraborty
1998 Mayer Adhikar Narayan Ghose
1998 Aamar Maa Dilip Biswas
1998 Praner Cheye Priyo Sapan Saha
1999 Khelaghar Prabhat Roy
1999 Agnisima Sujit Guha
1999 Satyam Shivam Sundaram
1999 Santan Jakhon Satru Sapan Saha
1999 Syamir Ghar Sapan Saha
1999 Sei To Abar Kache Elo Varsha Usgaonkar
1999 Tumi Ele Tai Prabhat Roy
1999 Satru Mitro Narayan Ghose
1999 Tomai Pabo Bole Sapan Saha
1999 Dai Dayitma Haronath Chakraborty
1999 Sindur Khela Partha Ghose
1999 Madhumalati Sapan Saha
1999 Sudhu Ekbar Bolo Prabhat Roy
2000 Kulangar Sujit Guha
2000 Sajani Amar Sohag Anup Sengupta
2000 Kalankini Badhu Kalidas Mahalnobis
2000 Sasurbari Jindabad Haronath Chakraborty
2000 Bhalobhasar Choya Subhas Sen
2000 Trisul Subhas Sen
2000 Bhalobasi Tomake Sapan Saha
2000 Satruta Anup Sengupta
2000 Madhur Milan Tushar Majumdar
2000 Ei Ghar Ei Sansar Sapan Saha
2000 Aasroy Haronath Chakraborty
2000 Apon Holo Por Ratan Adhikary
2000 Bajimath Probhat Roy
2000 Mahakaal Dulal Bhoumik
2001 Utsav Rituporno Ghose
2001 Malabadol Raj Mukherjee
2001 Guru Siswa Sapan Saha
2001 Pratibad Haronath Chakraborty
2001 Aaghat Anup sengupta
2001 Sudh aasul Narayan Ghose
2001 Prem Pratigya Sujit Guha
2001 Jabab Chai Sapan Saha
2001 Hatiyaar Ramashis Bakshi
2001 Jamaibabu Jindabad Ratan Adhikary
2001 Aami Jibonpurer Pathik
2002 Inquilaab Anup Sengupta
2002 Annadaata Ravi Kinagi
2002 Phool Aar Pathar Dulal Bhoumik
2002 Devdas Sakti Samanto
2002 Strir Maryada Sapan Saha
2002 Satrur Mokabila Sapan Saha
2002 Pratihinsha Mohanji Prasad
2002 Sonar Sansar Anup Sengupta
2002 Shiva Jillur Rahman
2002 Bor Kone Bablu Samaddar
2002 Deva Sujit Guha
2002 Kurukshetra Sapan Saha
2002 Pratarak Pallav Ghose
2003 Sneher Pratidin Sapan Saha
2003 Rakto Bandhan Joydeb Chakraborty
2003 Rakhe Hari Mare Ke Ratan Adhikary
2003 Sabuj Saathi Sapan Saha
2003 Aandha Prem Narayan Chatterjee
2003 Adorini Biswajit
2003 Mayer Aanchal Anup Sengupta
2003 Chokher Bali Rituporno Ghose Aishwarya Rai
2003 Kartavya Sapan Saha
2004 Annaye Atyachar Sapan Saha
2004 Agni Sapan Saha
2004 Paribar Anup Sengupta
2004 Surya Haronath Chakraborty
2004 Gyarakal Haronath Chakraborty
2004 Ram Laxman Babu Roy
2004 Sudhu Tumi Abhijit Guha/Sudeshna Roy
2004 Tyaag Sapan Saha
2004 Badsaah Khudiram Chakraborty
2004 Sajani Sapan Saha Rimi Sen
2004 Pratisodh Anup Sengupta
2005 Sangram Haronath Chakrtaborty
2005 Baazi Shyama
2005 Dadar Adesh Anup Sengupta
2005 Tobu Bhalobashi Biresh Chatterjee
2008 Ami, Yasin Ar Amar Madhubala Rituparno Ghosh Sameera Reddy,Rahul Bose
CalcuttaTube Sincerely offer Thanks to WIKI for this precious article on Prosenjit Chakraborty. The original could be found here.

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