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Anjan Dutt is an Indian film director, actor, singer, and songwriter who is known for her works in Bengali films. His style of music is different from others which have a simple tune, natural lyrics and also there will be a touch of folk music. He is the first Bengali musician who depends more on saxophone. Check out below for Anjan Dutt Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Movies List, Images, and More.

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Anjan Dutt Details

Anjan Dutt was born on 19 January 1953 in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. He did his school life at Darjeeling St Paul’s School. His father was a lawyer and also wanted his son to be a lawyer but Anjan Dutt was more interested in music and cinema. Anjan completed an MA degree in English from the University Of Kolkata.  He started his career in the film industry and joined a theater group with Badal Sarkar. After that, he joined a group “Open Theatre”. He then made his acting debut in a film named Chalachitro in 1981. After that, he worked in many Bengali films as an actor like “Kharij (1982)”, “Shunya Theke Shuru (1993)”, “Dutta Vs Dutta (2012)”, “Ranjana Ami Ar Ashbona (2011)” and More.

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He made his directional debut through the film “Badadin (1998)” and worked for many Bengali films as a director such as “Bow Barracks Forever (2004)”, “The Bong Connection (2006)”, “Chalo Lets Go(2008)”.

Anjan Dutt Biography

Name Anjan Dutt
Real Name Anjan Dutta
Nickname Anjan
Profession Indian film director and singer
Date of Birth 19 January 1953
Age 65 (As of 2018)
Zodiac sign Yet to be Updated
Father Name Yet to be Updated
Mother Name Yet to be Updated
Religion Hindu
Educational Qualification Yet to be Updated
School St. Paul’s School, Darjeeling
College Yet to be Updated
Hobbies Singing, Traveling, Reading Books
Hometown Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Nationality Indian
Married Yes
Wife Name Chanda Dutt
Current City Kolkata, West Bengal, India

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Anjan Dutt Movies list as Director

Year Film Credits Comment
Director Actor
1981 Chaalchitra Yes
1982 Kharij Yes
1982 Grihajuddha Yes
1988 The Bengali Night Yes
1989 Ek Din Achanak Yes
1991 City of Hope Yes
1992 Mahaprithivi Yes
1992 City of Joy Yes
1993 Sunya Theke Suru Yes
1993 Shilpi Yes
1993 Antareen Yes
1995 Yugant Yes
1998 Badadin Yes Hindi Directorial Debut
2001 Dekha Yes
2002 Mr. and Mrs. Iyer Yes
2004 Bow Barracks Forever Yes Bengali Directorial Debut
2006 The Bong Connection Yes
2008 Chalo Let’s Go Yes
2009 Madly Bangalee Yes Yes
2009 Chowrasta: Crossroads of Love Yes
2010 Byomkesh Bakshi Yes
2010 Mahanagar @ Kolkata Yes
2011 Ranjana Ami Ar Asbona Yes Yes Abani
2011 Urochithi Yes
2011 Jani Dekha Hobe Yes
2012 Chitrangada: The Crowning Wish Yes
2012 Abar Byomkesh Yes
2012 Dutta Vs Dutta Yes Yes Biren Dutt
2013 BBD Yes Unreleased
2013 Ganesh Talkies Yes
2014 Sesh Bole Kichhu Nei Yes Yes
2014 Byomkesh Phire Elo Yes
2015 Nirbaak Yes
2015 Byomkesh Bakshi Yes
2015 Monbaksho Yes Yes Yet to Release
2015 Saheb Bibi Golaam Yes Jimmy Luke
2016 Hemanta Yes
2016 Byomkesh O Chiriyakhana Yes Yes Kokonad Gupta (cameo)
2016 The Bongs Again Yes
2017 Byomkesh O Agniban Yes Yes Kokonad Gupta
2018 Ami Ashbo Phirey Yes Yes
2018 Uma Yes
2018 Ahare Mon Yes

Anjan Dutt Songs list

Albums

  • Shunte Ki Chao (1994)
  • Purono Guitar (1995)
  • Bhalobashi Tomay (1996)
  • Keu Gaan Gaye (1997)
  • Ma (1998)
  • Chalo Bodlai (1998)
    Priyo Bandhu (1998)
  • Hello Bangladesh (1999)
  • Kolkata–16 (1999)
  • Bandra Blues (2000)
  • Asamoy (2000)
  • Rawng Pencil (2001)
  • Onek Din Por (2004)
  • Ichchhe Korei Eksathe (2005)
  • Abar Pothe Dekha (2007)
  • Ami ar Godot (2007)
  • Unoshaat (2014)

Singles (1996–2011)

  • Khawar Gaan (3:02) – (with Nachiketa Chakraborty & Suman Chattopadhyay)
  • Hotuk Shob Oshundor (1:58) – (with Shalini Chatterjee, Shayari Das, Tanushree Haldar & Sreetoma Ghosh)
  • Feludar Gaan (3:04) – (with Nachiketa Chakraborty & Suman Chattopadhyay)
  • Freedom (5:37) – (with Indrani Sen, Indranil Sen & Others)
  • Sadhinota (4:50) – (with Indrani Sen, Indranil Sen & Others)
  • Ekushe Pa (3:57)
  • Bow Barracks Forever! (4:38)
  • Tumi Na thakle (4:25) – (with Usha Uthhup)
  • Chalo Let’s Go.. (4:43)
  • Ei Poth Jodi Na Sesh Hoy (4:30) – (with Srikanto Acharya & Others)
  • Jedike Rasta (3:45)
  • Tumi Nei Tai (4:07)
  • Kato ki Korar Chhilo (4:32)
  • Jagorone Jay Bibhabori (2:54) – (with Somlata Acharyya Chowdhury, & Kabir Suman)

Anjan Dutt Awards

  • 1981 – Best Actor award for film Chaalchitra in Venice Film Festival
  • 2012 – National Film Award – Special Jury Award for Ranjana Ami Ar Ashbona

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