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Abhijit Guha (Director)

Abhijit Guha[1] started his film career in mid-nineties as an apprentice to veteran cameraman Dipak Das and then continued assisting cinematographers in Mumbai and Kolkata. He collaborated with Sudeshna Roy[2] and joined hands as director duo in the year 1994. He is also a notable actor in the Bengali film industry and has worked in both films, short films for television and web series.

Career[edit | edit source]

“Ek Poshla Brishti” (1991) directed by Nitesh Roy was his first venture in the field of direction, where he worked as the first assistant to the director. This prompted him to work with famous Bengali Star/Actor Prosenjit Chatterjee who was making his directorial debut with “Purushottam[3]” in 1992. Abhijit Guha worked in “Aami Shei Meye[4]” (1998) as the chief assistant director.

Journalist turned actor/filmmaker Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha joined hands as a director duo in 1994. A woman magazine programme “Manabi[5]” for Zee Bangla was their first project. Post that the duo worked on numerous fiction and non-fiction programmes for television.

In the first 10 years, they ideated, wrote and directed almost all forms of television programmes, which were aired on Zee Bangla, ETV Bangla, DD1 &7, Tara Bangla and Akash Bangla. Simultaneously Abhijit also worked as a chief assistant to the National award-winning film director Rituparno Ghosh, starting with 'Dahan' (1997) and continued till Chokher Bali (2003).

In 2004, Abhijit-Sudeshna started directing feature films.“Sudhu Tumi[6]” (2004) was the debut film of the duo[7] which got considerable commercial success at the box office.The film had Prosenjit Chatterjee and Koel Mallick as the lead cast and also introduced Gargee Roy Chowdhury on the silver screen. Their second film “Teen Yaari Katha[8]” was shot in 2005. The film got censored after seven months by CBFC Kolkata, and finally released in 2012, due to some unavoidable circumstances. But it made its way to the 8th Osian’s Cinefan Film Festival in 2006[9], 4th World Film Festival of Bangkok in 2006 and Kolkata International Film Festival in 2006.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Actor [22][edit | edit source]

2018: Bultir Result  

2017: Dupur Thakurpo (Hoichoi Web Series)

2016: Abar ekla cholo

2015: Mayer Biye

2015: Ekla Cholo

2014: Biye Notout

2014: Obhishopto Nighty

2013: Rupkatha Noy

2013: Meghe Dhaka Tara

2003: Shubho Mahurat

Writer/ Co-Writer[23][edit | edit source]

2016: Benche Thakar Gaan

2016: Abar ekla cholo

2015: Mayer Biye

2014: Biye Notout

2012: Bapi Bari Jaa

2012: Teen Yaari Katha

2004: Sudhu Tumi

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director [24][edit | edit source]

2003: Shubho Mahurat

2002: Titli

2000: Utsab

References[edit | edit source]

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  2. "Sudeshna Roy", Wikipedia, 2018-07-07, retrieved 2018-10-06
  3. Purushottam (1992), retrieved 2018-10-06
  4. Ami Sei Meye (TV Mini-Series 2011–2012), retrieved 2018-10-06
  5. "Interview Session∼ Mr. Abhijit Guha – LaughaLaughi". LaughaLaughi. 2015-06-27. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  6. Sudhu Tumi, retrieved 2018-10-06
  7. "A suitable girl". www.telegraphindia.com. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
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  10. "Prem By Chance - Indian Express". archive.indianexpress.com. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  11. Biye Notout (2014), retrieved 2018-10-06
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  14. "Hercules (Bengali) / Disappointing". The Indian Express. 2014-09-12. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  15. Jodi Bolo Hyan, retrieved 2018-10-06
  16. Ebhabeo Phire Asha Jay (2015), retrieved 2018-10-06
  17. "Soumitra Chatterjee and Gargee Roychowdhury to play a couple in 'Sraboner Dhara' - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  18. "Cross connection 2 is a humorous take on love! - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  19. "Akash Choan", Wikipedia, 2018-05-26, retrieved 2018-10-06
  20. Benche Thakar Gaan, retrieved 2018-10-06
  21. Bangaliana, Sholoana. "Zee Bangla Cinema Originals Next Film Sei Meyeta | Sholoanabangaliana Portal". sholoanabangaliana.in. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
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  23. "Abhijit Guha". IMDb. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  24. "Abhijit Guha". IMDb. Retrieved 2018-10-06.

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