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Padmanabha Dasgupta
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Occupation:Screenplay • Dialogue Writer • Actor • Writer
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Padmanabha Dasgupta is an Indian writer, actor and musician who made his debut as a writer with Neel Rajar Deshe (2008). His best known works as a writer include 10:10 (2008), Le Chakka (2010), Chaplin (2011), Bapi Bari Jaa (2012), Proloy (2013), Ebar Shabor (2015), Lorai: Play to Live (2015), Byomkesh Pawrbo (2016) and Durga Sohay (2017). Padmanabha Dasgupta debuted as an actor with 10:10 (2008), a screenplay he worked on. Since then he has acted in movies like Abohomaan (2009), Shatru (2011), Chaplin (2011), Meghe Dhaka Tara (2013), Proloy (2013), Naxal (2015), Khawto (2016), Honeymoon (2018), Bhootchakro (2019), Parineeta (2019), Private Limited (2019) and Mitin Mashi (2019). His 2020 release includes Uraan.
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