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Smaranjit Chakraborty

Smaranjit Chakraborty (Bengali: স্মরনজিৎ চক্রবর্ত্তী) is a Bengali author and screenwriter.

Smaranjit Chakraborty
Native name
স্মরনজিৎ চক্রবর্ত্তী
Born (1976-06-19) 19 June 1976 (age 43)
Batanagar, West Bengal, India
OccupationAuthor, Poet, Businessman
LanguageBengali
NationalityIndian
GenreFiction
SubjectLiterature

BibliographyEdit

  • Patajharar Marshume (2007)
  • Unish Kurir Prem (2009)
  • Amader Sei Shahare (2009)
  • Finge (2012)
  • Etuku Bristi (2011)
  • Pakhider Sahare Jeman (2012)
  • Britta(2013)
  • Budbud (2013)
  • Alor Gandha (2013)
  • Furaye Sudhu Chokhe (2014)
  • Palta Hawa (2014)
  • Criss-cross (2014)
  • Adamya (2015)
  • Omm(2015)
  • Atal Joler Bandhu (2016)
  • Adamya 2 (2016)
  • Warren Dadur Dhadha Bakso (2016)
  • Mom-Kagaj (2016)
  • Premer Unish Kuri (2017)
  • Doyel Sanko (2017)
  • Fanush (2018)
  • Compass (2018)
  • Himjug (2018)
  • Neel Holud Muffler-er Kache (2018, poetry, Barnik Prakashon)
  • Asampurna (2019)
  • Adamya 3 (2019)
  • Jonakider Bari (2019)

FilmographyEdit

Year Film Screenplay Story Notes
2009 Go for Goals Yes based on his book Patajharar Marshume[1]
2014 Gogoler Kirti Yes debut in screenplay writing[2]
2018 Crisscross Yes based on his book Crisscross[3][4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://timesofindia.com/entertainment/bengali/movie-reviews/Go-For-Goals/movie-review/4572130.cms
  2. ^ Gogoler Kirti Info, TOI, archived from the original on 13 May 2014
  3. ^ https://scroll.in/reel/864939/shree-venkatesh-films-to-roll-out-25-bengali-films-over-next-three-years
  4. ^ https://timesofindia.com/entertainment/bengali/movies/news/gaaner-oparey-hit-pair-mimi-chakraborty-and-arjun-chakraborty-back-together-in-crisscross/articleshow/63466142.cms

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