Sujoy Ghosh is an Indian film director, actor, producer, and screenwriter. He has directed Jhankaar Beats (2003), Home Delivery: Aapko... Ghar Tak (2005), Aladin (2009), Kahaani (2012), Kahaani 2 (2016) and Badla (2019). He has also written and directed short films like Anukul (2017) and Ahalya (2015). He has directed a series for Netflix, titled Typewriter (2019).
Sujoy Ghosh was born in Kolkata. He studied in St. James' School. He used to stay in Bhowanipore and then moved to London when he was 13. Sujoy attended Queen Elizabeth's College, Darlington where he completed his A Levels. He has a degree in engineering and an MBA from Manchester University. He worked as a South Asia head of the media division of Reuters before quitting in 1999. Sujoy is married to Vaishali – a psychologist and has two children Diya – a fellow film director and Agni – an ex professional rugby player, who now works for Hays Plc.
Ghosh made his directorial debut in 2003 with the small-budget Jhankaar Beats which was a tribute to R. D. Burman, and which went on to become a surprise hit. His next ventures Home Delivery and Aladin did not achieve box office success. His 2012 release Kahaani, featuring Vidya Balan in lead role, has gained both widespread commercial success and critical acclaim. In 2016, his film Kahaani 2 was released which is a sequel to Kahaani. He started his acting career portraying the role of Bengali sleuth Byomkesh Bakshi in a film directed by Rituparno Ghosh in December 2012. Not many know that he has written the tagline "Korbo Lorbo Jeetbo Re" for the IPL Team Kolkata Knight Riders. He has also directed, produced and written short films like Anukul (2017) and Ahalya (2015).
|2005||Home Delivery: Aapko... Ghar Tak||Yes||Yes|
|2012||Kahaani||Yes||Yes||Yes||National Film Award for Best Screenplay|
Filmfare Award for Best Director
|2013||Anamika||Yes||Telugu and Tamil bilingual film|
Remake of Kahaani
|2013||Satyanweshi||Yes||As Byomkesh Bakshi|
(Debut as an Actor)
|2016||Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|2012||Big Star Entertainment Awards||Most Entertaining Thriller Film||Kahaani|
|2013||60th National Film Awards||Best Screenplay (Original)|
|58th Filmfare Awards||Best Director|
|Colors Screen Awards||Best Story|
|Star Guild Awards||Best Director|
|Times of India Film Awards||Best Story|
|Stardust Awards||Hottest Film Producer of the Year|
|Zee Cine Awards||Best Film – Critics|
|Best Director – Critics|
|ETC Bollywood Business Awards||Most Surprise Hits of the Year|
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- "Making a short film is a huge challenge, says Sujoy Ghosh". Zee News. 2 November 2018.
- "Series by 'Kahaani' director Sujoy Ghosh, eight films including 'Hotel Mumbai' soon on Netflix". Scroll.in. 9 November 2018.
- "Sujoy Ghosh interview". The Times of India. 11 March 2012. Archived from the original on 24 December 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2012.
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- "Kahaani collects around Rs 14 crores". The Times of India. Retrieved 13 March 2012.
- "Kahaani director Sujoy Ghosh to play Byomkesh Bakshi in Rituparno Ghosh's next". CNN-IBN. 13 December 2012. Retrieved 12 April 2013.
- "Sujoy Ghosh is back with Anukul, an adaptation of Satyajit Ray's story". India TV. 7 October 2017. Retrieved 7 October 2017.
- "60th National Film Awards: The list of winners – IBN Live". CNN-IBN. 18 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2013.
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