After a hiatus of 12 years Prosenjit Chatterjee, a prominent figure in the Kolkata Tollywood industry, is making a comeback to television. Known as an icon in the hearts of audiences for almost four decades, he has given numerous hit movies and gained immense popularity not only in Kolkata but across India.
Prosenjit Chatterjee, a veteran in the Tollywood industry, has had a remarkable career spanning several decades. His journey in Tollywood began in the early 1980s, and even today, he continues to share the screen with the younger generation of actors. Notably, he has also made a foray into Bollywood, where he received praise for his performances.
The Srijit Mukherji directorial project hit theatres yesterday (October 19) in West Bengal. Earlier, a premiere was held on October 17, after which reactions and mostly positive reviews began to circulate on social media.
Recently, Ajay Devgn shared best wishes for "Dawshom Awbotaar" on his Instagram account. The plot of the film centers around a sequence of killings, police investigations, and aspects of love and humour – laying the stage for characters from earlier films to rejoin.
This year, Tollywood star Prosenjit Chatterjee impressed audiences with his roles in the web series "Jubilee" and "Scoop". Now, he's stepping into the director's shoes once again after 25 years. In a recent interview, he hinted at an official announcement regarding his directorial project in November.
According to media outlets, there has been a subtle cold war going on between Rituparna and Prosenjit for quite a few years now. Fans speculate that this might be a signal towards seeing the famed pair back on screen.
Yasir Al Haq’s directorial series "Sharey Showlo" was released in Hoichoi on August 17. With its intriguing plot and multi-starrer cast, the series quickly gained attention from the audience. Then again, the most noteworthy compliment for the series has come from Tollywood star Prosenjit Chatterjee.
Considered one of the most important figures in Bengalee cinema, Rituparno pioneered an era of inclusivity and art.
Popular actress Rafiath Rashid Mithila will be training Tollywood actors Rangaraj and Nishi to speak with a Bangladeshi accent for a Tollywood film titled, "Debi Chowdhurani" directed by Subhrajit Mitra. The film also features Prosenjit Chatterjee and Srabanti Chatterjee in the lead roles.