Indrani Haldar

Indrani Haldar (born 6 January 1971) is an Indian actress who is mostly known for her work in Bengali cinema.[1] She was conferred with a National Award, three BFJA Awards and two Anandalok Awards.

Indrani Haldar
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Indrani Halder in 2012
Born (1971-01-06) 6 January 1971 (age 50)
Alma materJogamaya Devi College
OccupationActress
Years active1986–present
Notable work
Film:
Dahan
Anu
Biyer Phool
Sajhbatir Rupkathara
Jara Bristite Bhijechhilo
Angshumaner Chhobi TV serial:
Maryada lekin kab tak
Sreemoyee
Seemarekha
Goyenda Ginni
Height168 cm (5 ft 6 in)
Spouse(s)Bhaskar Roy
Amarendraa Ghosh
Partner(s)Sanjeeb Dasgupta

Halder made her debut in 1986 with the Bengali TV series Tero Parbon directed by Jochon Dastidar.[2] She made her big screen debut opposite Prosenjit Chatterjee in Mandira (1990).[3] She has appeared in numerous films, telefilms and TV series and hit the pinnacle of her career with the Bengali TV series Goyenda Ginni.[4] She appeared in critically acclaimed films such as Charachar, Dahan, Anu, Sajhbatir Rupkathara, Faltu, Tokhon Teish, Mayurakshi to name a few.[5]

Early lifeEdit

Indrani was born in the city of Kolkata. Her father is Sanjoy Haldar. She finished her schooling from the Multipurpose Girls' School and graduated from Jogamaya Devi College, an affiliated women's college of University of Calcutta. She was trained in classical dance by Guru Thankamani Kutty.

CareerEdit

Indrani made her acting debut in the television serial Tero Parban (1986).[6] She lived in Mumbai during 2008 to 2013 to act in Hindi TV serials.[7]
Her most notable work includes Biyer Phool, cast along with Rani Mukherjee. Currently, she is acting in the Star Jalsha serial Shrimoyee as the lead actress.She is known for her work in 'Jara brishtite bhijechilo'directed by Anjan das,"Angshumaner Chobi", directed by Atanu ghosh,"Dahan", directed by Rituparno ghosh,"Sanjhbatir Rupkathara", directed by Anjan das,"Anu", directed by Satarupa Sannyal, "Takhan Teish" directed by Atanu Ghosh,"Faltu", directed by Anjan das,"Dekha" directed by Gautam Ghosh,"Debdas" directed by Shakti samanta,Lal darja directed by Budhyadeb dasgupta,nilimay nil directed by Biresh chaterjee,Swet pathorer Thala directedby Prabhat Roy.Her commercial success included Bier fool,Prem sanghat,Antortomo,Barkone,Chowdhuri Paribar,Jay bijay,Apon holo por,Gharer laxmi,Noyoner alo,Satyam sibam sundaram,Mandira,Biswas obiswas,Saikat sangeet,sagar banya,Jamaibabu,Sesh Asroy etc. She shared screen mostly with Prasenjit chatterjee,Tapash paul,Chiranjit chakraborty,Abhishek chaterjee,Bhaskar banerjee,Sanjib dasgupta.Her one of the Hindi film is 'Bhairav' with Bollywood star Mithun Chakrabarty .She is often compared with Rituparna sengupta and Debosree Roy for her work in Bengali film.She is the only leading actress of Bengal industry who is working in film as well as in television very smoothly. She is often called "Queen of Bengali television industry'.Her television serials included Sujata in Sony TV,somoy in Ruposhi bangla,Goyenda ginni & Sima Rekha in Zbangla, Srimoyee in Star jalsa,Tero Parbon in DD bangla etc.

FilmographyEdit

Television and short filmsEdit

  • Sreemoyee (Star Jalsha)
  • Seemarekha
  • Goyenda Ginni
  • Savitri - EK Prem Kahani as Leena Roy Choudhary (2013)
  • Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak?
  • Fakir
  • Tithir Atithi
  • Kuasha Jakhan
  • Bahanno Episode
  • Tamasharekha
  • Purbo Purush
  • Bhool Thikana
  • Jeebon Rekha
  • Hamaari Shaadi
  • Tero Parban
  • Prashchito (NTV Bengali Telefilm)
  • Pinzor (NTV Bengali Telefilm)
  • Sujata
  • Somoy
  • Savitri
  • Bahnishikha
  • Khonik Bosonto (BTV Telefilm 2002)
  • Maa Shakti by B R Chopra
  • Sange Indrani - a weekly interview on Tara TV featuring celebrity guests, hosted by Haldar

AwardsEdit

  • Best actress award at the Madrid International Film Festival for Jara Bristite Bhijechhilo (2008).[8]
  • Best Actress (1998), for Dahan with Rituparna Sengupta, (co-star), 42nd National Film Festival of India.
  • Kalakar Awards Best Actress [Television] for Aroti in 1997
  • Kalakar Awards Best Actress [Television] for Kuasha Jakhan (1998)
  • Kalakar Awards Best Actress [Television] for Kuasha Jakhan (1998)
  • Kalakar Awards Best Actress [Film] for Ma Shakti (2002)
  • Bharat Nirman Award - Best Actress Award (2004)
  • Kalakar Awards Best Actress [Television] for Pinjor (2005)
  • Kalakar Awards Best Actress [Television] for Bonnishikha (2006)
  • BFJA - Best Actress Award for Charachar (1995)
  • BFJA - Best Actress Award for Sanjhbatir Rupkathara (2003)
  • BFJA - Best Supporting Actress Award for Faltu (2007)
  • Anondalok Award - Best Actress Award for Dahan (1999)
  • Anondalok Award - Best Actress Award for Anu (2000)
  • Kalakar Awards - Best Actress Award for TV Serial Sujjata (2009)
  • Zee Bangla Sonar Sansar Awards - Sara Bouma Award for Poroma (2016)
  • Paschimbanga Tele Academy Award - Best Actress Award for Paroma (2017)
  • Zee Bangla Sonar Sansar Awards - Best Villain (female) Award for Seemantini (2018)
  • Zee Bangla Sonar Sansar Awards - Versatile Actress (2018)
  • Paschimbanga Tele Academy Awards - Best Actress Award for Sreemoyee (2019)
  • Star Jalsha Parivar Awards - Sera Maa Award for Sreemoyee (2021)
  • Star Jalsha Parivar Awards - Sera Bouma Award for Sreemoyee (2021)

PoliticsEdit

Halder joined All India Trinamool Congress on 21 July 2017.[9]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Indrani Haldar movies, filmography, biography and songs - Cinestaan.com". Cinestaan. Archived from the original on 2 April 2019. Retrieved 7 April 2019.
  2. ^ "বাংলার ঘরে ঘরে 'তেরো পার্বণ' - Anandabazar". anandabazar.com (in Bengali). Retrieved 6 January 2021.
  3. ^ "Four much fun". www.telegraphindia.com. Retrieved 6 January 2021.
  4. ^ "'শাশুড়িদের ট্যাঁকে পুরতে হলে রসে-বশে রাখ'". anandabazar.com (in Bengali). Retrieved 6 January 2021.
  5. ^ "সামাজিক বার্তাতেই এখনও রাজেন্দ্রাণী". EI Samay (in Bengali). Retrieved 6 January 2021.
  6. ^ Chatterji, Shoma A. "Star, Artist". Rediff. Archived from the original on 19 November 2007. Retrieved 20 March 2007.
  7. ^ Rafi Hossain (13 January 2015). "INDRANI HALDAR BENGAL AND BEYOND". The Daily Star. Archived from the original on 13 January 2015. Retrieved 13 January 2015.
  8. ^ Indrani Haldar bags best actress award in Spain Archived 9 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ "তৃণমূলে যোগ দিলেন অভিনেত্রী ইন্দ্রাণী হালদার". Archived from the original on 10 October 2019. Retrieved 10 October 2019.

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