Dulal Lahiri

Dulal Lahiri is an Indian actor and director.[1] He has appeared in numerous Bengali films and TV series. He was critically appreciated for his Cinemawalla (1993) a Bengali TV series starring Rituparna Sengupta.[2] He introduced Sreelekha Mitra in his directorial venture Balikar Prem.[3]

Dulal Lahiri
Born (1947-08-24) 24 August 1947 (age 73)
Kolkata, India
OccupationActor

FilmographyEdit

  • Abhijaan (2021)[4]
  • Jete Nahi Debo (2019)[5]
  • Kushumitar Gappo (2018)[6]
  • Hoichoi Unlimited (2018)
  • Sesh Chithi (2017)
  • Byomkesh O Chiriyakhana (2016)
  • Loafer (2014)
  • Ami Achhi Sei Je Tomar (2012)
  • Sparsho (2012)
  • Billu Dalal (2012)
  • 10 July (2012)[7]
  • Chaap - The Pressure (2012)
  • Mistake (2012)
  • Prem Unlimited (2012)
  • Phire Eso Tumi (2012)
  • Atmatyag (2012)
  • Zameen (2012)– Promod
  • Chaal - The Games Begins (2012)
  • Dujone Milbo Abaar (2011)
  • Aami Aachi Sei Je Tomar (2011)
  • Iti Mrinalini (2011)
  • Aami Montri Hobo (2011)
  • Tomake Chai (2011)
  • Ek Paloke Ektu Dekha (2011)
  • Love Birds (2011)
  • Purna Brahma Sri Sri Harichand (2011)
  • Bejanma (2010)
  • Love Connection (2010)
  • Thana Theke Aschi (2010)
  • Mejobabu (2009)
  • 1 No. Plum Villa (2009)
  • Aamar Pratigya (2008)
  • Gharjamai (2008)– Amar Banerjee
  • Janatar Aadalat (2008)
  • Shudhu Tomar Jonyo (2007)
  • Bidhatar Lekha (2007)
  • Krishnakanter Will (2007)
  • Minister Fatakesto (2007)
  • Shapmochon (2007)
  • Bibar (2006)
  • Hungama (2006)
  • Abhimanyu (2006)
  • Agnipariksha (2006)[7]
  • Agnishapath (2006)
  • Nayak-The Real Hero (2006)
  • Praner Swami (2006)
  • Ranangan (2006)
  • Sathihara (2006)
  • Tapasya (2006)
  • Agnipath (2005)
  • Rajmohol (2005)
  • Sangram (2005)
  • Agni (2004 film)
  • Badsha The King (2004)
  • Cooli (2004)
  • Paribar (2004)
  • Pratishodh (2004)
  • Shakti (2004)
  • Surya (2004)
  • Tyag (2004)
  • Sabuj Saathi (2003)
  • Sneher Protidan (2003)
  • Abaidha (2002)
  • Annadata (2002)
  • Desh (2002)
  • Moner Majhe Tumi (2002)
  • Shyamoli (2002)
  • Aghat (2001)
  • Bhalobasar Rajprasade (2001)
  • Ei Ghar Ei Sansar (2000)
  • Kulangar (2000)
  • Mayna (2000)
  • Paromitar Ekdin (2000)
  • Rin Mukti (2000)
  • Satbhai (2000)
  • Agnishikha (1999)
  • Dadabhai (1999)
  • Gariber Raja Robinhood (1999)
  • Jugabatar Loknath (1999)
  • Kanchanmala (1999)
  • Madhu Malati (1999)
  • Satyam Shivam Sundaram (1999)
  • Nayaner Alo (1998)
  • Kamalar Banabas (1998)
  • Naag Nagini (1998)
  • Praner Cheye Priyo (1998)
  • Ranakshetra (1998)
  • Shesh Kartabya (1998)
  • Sundari (1998)
  • Dus Number Bari (1997)
  • Gane Bhuban Bhoriye Debo (1997)
  • Matir Manush (1997)
  • Nishpap Asami (1997)
  • Yoddha (1997)
  • Bhoy (1996)[7]
  • Jhinukmala (1996)
  • Joy Bijoy (1996)
  • Lathi (1996)
  • Pran Sajani (1996)[8]
  • Rabibar (1996)
  • Sakhi Tumi Kar (1996)
  • Naginkanya (1995)
  • Prem Sanghat (1995)
  • Sangharsha (1995)
  • Sansar Sangram (1995)
  • Danga (1994)
  • Kaalpurush (1994)
  • Katha Chhilo (1994)
  • Phiriye Dao (1994)
  • Rakta Nadir Dhara (1994)
  • Arjun (1993)
  • Rakter Swad (1993)
  • Tomar Rakte Aamar Sohag (1993)
  • Hirer Angti (1992)
  • Ek Pasla Brishti (1991)
  • Chetana (1990)
  • Agnisanket (1988)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Senior actor Dulal Lahiri: Sreelekha's controversial statement reminds me the fate of 'MeToo' movement". The Times of India. Retrieved 17 June 2021.
  2. ^ "Look no further". The Telegraph. 10 March 2009. Retrieved 17 June 2021.
  3. ^ বিশ্বাস, বিহঙ্গী. "গডফাদার নেই, ন্যাকামোও করিনি, যাইনি বিছানাতেও, তাই প্রাপ্যও পাইনি কোনও দিন". anandabazar.com (in Bengali). Retrieved 17 June 2021.
  4. ^ "'Abhijaan' seeks to explore multi-faceted personality of Soumitra Chattopadhyay: Parambrata". The New Indian Express. 28 March 2021.
  5. ^ Ghosh, Sankha (3 September 2020). "It was a great honour to essay a stalwart like Uttam Kumar on screen: Sujan Mukherjee - Times of India". The Times of India.
  6. ^ Sen, Zinia (18 March 2019). "Kusumitar Goppo Movie Review {2.0/5}: Critic Review of Kusumitar Goppo by Times of India". Times of India.
  7. ^ a b c Sengupta, Rupsa (10 July 2018). "The camera can't teach you acting, theatre does, says veteran actor Dulal Lahiri - Times of India". The Times of India.
  8. ^ "PRAN SAJANI - Film / Movie". www.citwf.com. Retrieved 7 April 2021.

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