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Barun Chanda is an advertising professional, actor and author. He is mostly remembered for his role in Satyajit Ray's Seemabaddha.

Biographie

Chanda acted in the 1971 Bengali movie Seemabaddha, directed by Satyajit Ray. After that he did appear in any films for over twenty years. In 1992 he again acted in director Rituparno Ghosh's debut film Hirer Angti. Next he acted in Kalo Cheetah (2004). Since then he has acted in several movies like Tolly Lights, Antaheen, and Laptop. He recently played the role of the landlord father of Sonakshi Sinha in the Hindi Film Lootera.

Chanda is also a writer and advertising professional. He has written several books like Coke, a Bengali thriller.

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Filmographie de Barun Chanda (23 films)

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Belaseshe
Belaseshe (2015)
, 2h21
Genres Drame
Acteurs Soumitra Chatterjee, Swatilekha Sengupta, Rituparna Sengupta, Aparajita Auddy, Monami Ghosh, Sohini Sengupta
Note84% 4.2402054.2402054.2402054.2402054.240205
Biswanath Mazumdar (Soumitra Chatterjee) shocks his son and daughter-in-law (Shankar Chakraborty and Indrani Dutta), three daughters (Rituparna Sengupta, Aparajita Auddy and Monami Ghosh) and their husbands (Sujoy Prasad Chatterjee, Kharaj Mukherjee and Anindya Chatterjee) by announcing his decision to divorce his wife, Aarti (Swatilekha Sengupta) after 49 years of marriage. The rest of the story follows an emotional re-discovery of the institution of marriage.
Roy
Roy (2015)
, 2h27
Genres Drame, Action, Romance
Thèmes Film sur un écrivain, Hold up
Acteurs Ranbir Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, Arjun Rampal, Shernaz Patel, Mandana Karimi, Anupam Kher
Rôle Roy's boss
Note33% 1.654281.654281.654281.654281.65428
Kabir Garewal (Arjun Rampal), a Casanova film maker and screenwriter is making multiple films (GUNS Trilogy) based on a thief's life and robberies. All his films have been highly successful. In order to shoot the third part of the trilogy, he goes to Malaysia, where he meets a London-based film maker Ayesha (Jacqueline Fernandez). Kabir and Ayesha get friendly and soon fall in love. When Ayesha finds out about Kabir's Casanova attitude, she breaks up with him and returns to London. Dejected, Kabir goes into depression and returns to Mumbai, leaving his film incomplete. After several attempts, Kabir is unable to find the perfect climax for his film. On his assistant Meera's (Shernaz Patel) suggestion, Kabir attends a film festival as part of the jury, where Ayesha's film is being screened. Ayesha thinks Kabir is following her and asks him to stay away from her life. After his father's (Anupam Kher) death followed by him being sued by his film's financiers, Kabir decides to move on and complete his film.
Ek Phali Rodh, 1h47
Réalisé par Atanu Ghosh
Acteurs Dhritiman Chatterjee, Ritwick Chakraborty, Aparajita Ghosh Das, Tota Roy Choudhury, Jisshu Sengupta, Arunima Ghosh
Rôle Rajat Gupta
Note66% 3.3264353.3264353.3264353.3264353.326435
Dr. Somshankar Roy, a social scientist, engages Swagato and Anwesha to create 'mock' crisis on the streets. The aim was to observe reactions of people to different forms of crisis happening around them, and to analyse and derive conclusions about human behaviour from them. But all theories and deductions go astray when they come face to face with a real crisis in their own lives and cannot decipher whether the crisis is MOCK or REAL.
Hrid Majharey: Live in My Heart!, 2h2
Réalisé par Ranjan Ghosh
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Abir Chatterjee, Raima Sen, Barun Chanda, Indrasish Roy
Rôle Professor Sen
Note65% 3.2893953.2893953.2893953.2893953.289395
The film begins with a shot in which a very dishevelled looking Abhijit (Abir Chatterjee) enters the room to find Debjani (Raima Sen) lying dead on the bed. The story goes back to a flashback and we get to see the reason behind such a fatal outcome. Abhijit is a professor of Mathematics at St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata. He lives with his only sister Mallika who is a crime journalist by profession. A chance meeting with a soothsayer (Sohag Sen) who warns Abhijit to stay away from love for his own good is not given much importance by the professor. One rainy night he comes across a beautiful damsel in distress Debjani, stranded, as her taxi has broken down. He gives Debjani, a trainee heart surgeon, a lift in his car and Cupid strikes. They date and fall in love. Abhijit, however, faces a problem at his job when an infatuated student proposes him. He rejects and in retaliation she does something to get back at the professor. He is initially arrested, and then ostracized by one and all. Faced with such grave issues at work, he goes to the Andamans along with Debjani in search of a new life. There they meet Subhro (Indrasish Roy) who is Debjani's junior from their high school days. Subhro runs an NGO at Port Blair and composes music in his pastime. Subhro and Debjani spend time together rejuvenating their old friendship. At times, Abhijit gets jealous of Subhro’s unwavering attention on Debjani. Subhro dies in an accident and this leaves Abhijit in a confused state. He begins to question himself about the prophecy of the soothsayer.
The Royal Bengal Tiger
Acteurs Jeet, Abir Chatterjee, Priyanka Sarkar, Shraddha Das, Kharaj Mukherjee, Rajesh Sharma
Rôle Dr.Bagchi
Note68% 3.4446153.4446153.4446153.4446153.444615
Abhi (Abir Chatterjee) is a typical meek & docile Bengali familyman and doesn't know how to protest. He lives in Kolkata with his wife Apu (Priyanka Sarkar) and his son. He has a tenant who doesn't pay his monthly rents past six months and everytime he is refused whenever he asks for the payment of dues.He simply walks away doing nothing, In his office Abhi is a hardworker but his own colleague Deepankar (Shantilal Mukherjee) is jealous of him and plans his downfall in every other way more when Abhi gets recommended for promotion,but his other colleague Nandini (Shraddha Das) is a very good friend and sympathiser of Abhi. Things goes past good one day during Abhi's birthday morning when he asks his tenant Mr. Pakrashi (Kharaj Mukherjee) to pay his dues, he gets slapped in the middle of the road by him. Shattered Abhi goes to his office only to learn that all his files have been messed up by someone and one important file of payment is missing.He sits whole night and works on them only to be tampered by Deepankar again. That night when Abhi was returning with Nandini she gets molested by some goons in metro station, she cries to Abhi for help but Abhi cannot protest.Nandini boards the metro crying leaving Abhi at the metro station. Depressed and dejected Abhi meets his friend Anjan (Jeet)) at metro entrance and narrates whole story and about his helplessness of not protesting to any one. Anjan assures him takes him to a coffee house and encourage him motivationally causing him to shrug his fear. They both raid his office for the missing file and when nothing is found they rampage the office and run away. While returning home he find out that his tenant Mr. Pakrashi is boozing with other friends, angrily he enters the house and beats Pakrashi to blue and black and forces him to pay all the dues. Parkrashi is stunned to see the change of character in Abhi. Next day when Nandini rejects Abhi's proposal for boarding a metro and taunts him, Abhi tells Anjan and they both run towards the metro station and Abhi start beating the molestors badly.Abhi drops his office bag accidentally in the road.Next day he meets Anjan once again and Anjan gives him his contact number.Once in office Abhi is shocked when he learns that Deepankar/Dipu has been promoted, unable to bear that Abhi suspect that he has been tricked and hunts him down that night and beats him so Dipu confesses it was he who stole the payment file and hid it in his home Anjan asks Abhi that since Dipu has disappeared his file he should in turn make Dipu disappear from this world. Abhi ties Dipu and throws him in main highway only to be get crushed under heavy vehicle. Meanwhile Priyanka and her dad,a prominent psychologist, reaches police station where they recover the bag and tells them he is still missing, here Priyanka's father discloses that Abhi is a psychiatric patient suffering from a depression disease called Schizophrenia or split personality disorder. As the discussion was going on Police officer receives the news of Abhi sitting with the dead corpse of Dipu. The police brings him down where it is revealed that actually Anjan is an alter ego of Abhi only as a result of the mental disease whom he fictionalized as a human being and shrugged all his fears.
Chotushkone, 2h28
Réalisé par Srijit Mukherji
Genres Drame, Thriller
Acteurs Aparna Sen, Chiranjeet Chatterjee, Goutam Ghose, Parambrata Chatterjee, Payel Sarkar, Indrasish Roy
Rôle Moloy Sen (Trina's Husband)
Note81% 4.0931154.0931154.0931154.0931154.093115
The film starts with a woman writing a letter, which reads 'Amar mrittur jonne keu dayi noy' which means that 'no one is responsible for my death'; but she strikes out 'keu dayi noy', hinting that there is someone, or some people responsible. A man is seen coming out of a taxi, coming up the stairs, and then opening a study room where the woman is seen hanging from the ceiling. A young boy, who was probably sleeping on a bed nearby, rushes to greet the man, but discovers the woman's hanging corpse. Here the camera rolls back to sometime past. A beautiful woman named 'Nilanjana' is seen talking with some people, and then visits another man in a corner named 'Ritwik', and together, they go to meet someone. The audience is brought to the present again, where a producer and a director is seen having a deal that the latter would convince three famous film-artists to feature in the film. The director leaves, and starts doing what he said. There are various minor details as in introducing the three present characters. The director 'Joy', who seems close to one of those artists, Trina, meets her on a rooftop, and tries to convince her to take up this work against her wishes to work with another man who would feature in this collaboration. There is a slight hint that there is an old clash between them, possibly of love. Meanwhile, another such famous film-artist 'Sakhyo' tries to convince that very man named 'Diptyo' with whom Trina has a problem with to join this collaboration. The idea is that these people are to make a film, individually; thus, four directors get together and plan to make a film, consisting of four short stories one one theme-DEATH. They have an appointment with the producer on the outskirts of the city. Now, again, in a black-and-white screen, Nilanjana and Ritwik are meeting a producer, and they have just one request before finalizing the contract-their mutual friend 'Amitava' who is a struggling, but talented director. In the shooting set, it is clearly implied that 'Amitava' is in love with Nilanjana, and is filled by rage, and becomes jealous when he discovers Ritwik and she kissing in a room during the shooting. Coming back to the present, while the four are together, all three except Joy comes up with a story which is unique in its own way, but connected to the other stories by a common theme. Their stories are autonomous. In between the stories, some scenes reveal that there is something in between Trina and Diptyo. However, in the middle of the night, as they were going towards their destination, the car breaks down, and they spend the night in a nearby bungalow that is said to be belonging to the same producer; his cell phone is switched off. It is here that each of them revisits their past by the courtesy of Joy. In the beautifully crafted climax, Joy starts narrating his own story before meeting the producer. He says that his film named 'Nemesis' features three people-an actress, an actor and a director, of the '70s. The actress Nilanjana, is the leading superstar of that era. The actor Ritwik is a very good painter, and the director 'Amitava' is a struggling one, though talented. Diptyo interrupts and says that he shall send him his mail-id, here Joy can send his pay-cheque, implying that his characters are the very same people in that room. Joy, not quite interrupted, continues; he tells that 'these three were connected by a well known figure of geometry-Triangle'. Nilanjana fell in love with Ritwik after observing his acting skills; the couple were very compatible in the beginning, both had common likes and fancies. They started dating. 'Amitava' had to live with unreciprocated love, but this did not affect the friendship among them. But then, when the film is about 70% complete, the relationship between Nilanjana and Ritwik breaks, and Amitava, no longer able to see the two brimming with romance, decides to leave the film. In between all this, the producer, who was up with a new idea in the world of Bengali Films, and had spent a lot of money, went bankrupt. Although this man could somehow manage to live, his wife, who noticed that her jewellery was one by one consumed to make up for lost money, hung herself due to a financial insecurity. The man was broken and devastated-he became mentally unstable, and turned mad. Joy stops here. The rest three, who remained a bit shocked at the recurrence of past events, that actually featured them, however, praised him for the plot. Diptyo asked him where was the connection of retribution, or nemesis with these events. In response, Joy says that this ways just the pre-title - the real story takes place 20 years later. In the real story, this producer's step-brother, whom they loved more than their own child was scarred for life when he saw all these happen. He was brilliant student, and even out of all financial crisis there was no bar put before his education-he went abroad with a scholarship, but came all the way back to Calcutta to direct films, because that was in his blood. He wanted to do that desperately. After filming some low-grade films, he draws up courage for his final act. He told the three of a fake producer, a fake deal, with a fake card and a fake cell-phone number. Right then, Diptyo tries to look into his mobile to check on something, when Joy shouts, calls in the driver of their car 'Sanjay', who was supposedly in the city with the faulty parts of the car. Sanjay, though reluctantly, points a revolver with 4 bullets, at them, and takes away their cell phones. Joy now continues; He says, "After successfully entrapping them in a desolate bungalow in the middle of a jungle...this guys, he decides to...kill them!...one by one." Now as the climax draws to an end, at first the revolver is aimed at Sakhyo, but the cabinet is empty when the trigger is pressed! With the next culprit Diptyo, the same thing happens. Next, when it is pointed at Trina, and there is no doubt that this time there will be a shot, Trina declares that she still loves Diptyo. Just when the trigger was about to be pressed, a quick thought from Diptyo made him pull Trina out of the bullet's way, which in turn hit Joy, fatally. The camera is seen drifting away from a scene of regret and sobs from the driver and another old servant in the house. This was his film, 'Nemesis.
আবর্ত
Réalisé par Arindam Sil
Acteurs Tota Roy Choudhury, Joya Ahsan, Reshmi Ghosh, Abir Chatterjee, Kaushik Ganguly, Saswata Chatterjee
Rôle Shyamalendu Chatterjee
Note61% 3.0510153.0510153.0510153.0510153.051015
Shyamal Sen(Tota Roychowdhury) is GM sales for an MNC and is competing for the Vice President post of his company alongside Ranadip aka Runu Sanyal (Saswata Chatterjee). Shyamal hails from a middle-class family in Sonarpur where he has grown up with his elder brother (Kaushik Ganguly). He is now married to Charu(Joya Ahsan). Shyamal has always been jealous of his elder brother because he felt that his elder brother got all the attention in the family and was more intelligent among the siblings. He burned off his brother's certificates in a fit of rage as a child. This is shown in the film's opening credits.
Lootera
Lootera (2013)
, 2h15
Réalisé par Vikramaditya Motwane
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Ranveer Singh, Sonakshi Sinha, Barun Chanda, Vikrant Jolly Massey, Arif Zakaria, Adil Hussain
Rôle Zamindar Soumitra Roychowdhury
Note72% 3.6486953.6486953.6486953.6486953.648695
Lootera is inspired by O. Henry's The Last Leaf. In the picturesque town of Manikpur, West Bengal in 1953, a landlord goes to watch a Chhau dance with his daughter, Pakhi Roy Chaudhary (Sonakshi Sinha), an aspiring writer. After Pakhi has an asthma attack from the ensuing excitement, she is rushed home and given medication. As she recuperates, her father comforts her and narrates the story of the invincible king whose soul resided inside a parrot, telling her that she is the parrot within whom his life resides.
Ami Aar Amar Girlfriends, 2h
Réalisé par Mainak Bhaumik
Genres Drame, Comédie
Acteurs Raima Sen, Swastika Mukherjee, Parno Mittra, Anubrata Basu, Vikram Chatterjee, Biswanath Basu
Note55% 2.76632.76632.76632.76632.7663
"Ami Aar Amar Girlfriends" is an out of the bracket tale of about three women, who belong to different spheres of the society professionally. The film showcases them having once in a lifetime trip and sharing their experiences and realizations of life from the dimension in which they have faced it. Previously on numerous occasions audience have witnessed stories friendship and bonding among men onscreen, but this is the first opportunity to take a dive inside women's world and the rhythm of their heartbeat.
Mishawr Rawhoshyo, 2h15
Réalisé par Srijit Mukherji
Genres Aventure, Policier
Thèmes Films pour enfants
Acteurs Prosenjit Chatterjee, Indraneil Sengupta, Aryann Bhowmik, Rajit Kapur, Rajat Kapoor, Swastika Mukherjee
Rôle Mufti Mohammad (cameo appearance)
Note61% 3.0993153.0993153.0993153.0993153.099315
The film starts with Kakababu (Prosenjit Chatterjee) and his nephew Shontu (Aryann Bhowmik) smiling after watching news informing of the imminent overthrow of the dictatorship in Egypt.The film rewinds into a flashback. It is 2010. Kakababu is contracted by Egyptian businessman Al Mamun (Rajit Kapur) to decipher the meanings of hieroglyphic symbols that his teacher, Mufti Muhammad (Barun Chanda), had drawn on a piece of paper supposedly during his sleep. Muhammad is terminally ill and is about to grant his last wish while he is being treated in Delhi. Mamun thinks that the symbols are the key for locating Mufti Muhammad's will which will describe where to find treasures Mufti Muhammad had acquired during his tenure as a political leader and revolutionary. However, Kakababu is convinced that the symbols have a different meaning and they are very unusual in their nature. Mufti Muhammad symbolically requests Kakababu to verify something, a very unusual last wish. Meanwhile, a war of rivalry ensues between Mamun and Hani Al Qadi (Indraneil Sengupta), another of Mufti Muhammad's disciples (Also a rival of Mamun) who accuses Mamun of stealing a secret that isn't rightfully his. While in Delhi, there was an attempt to murder Kakababu, in which Kakababu was injured. Kakababu took the challenge to uncover the truth for which he and his nephew Shontu head to Egypt where they are drawn into the very vortex of the mystery. Kakababu gets kidnapped by Al Qadi's men which sets off a chain of events, culminating in a climax underneath a pyramid. Inside the pyramid, Kakababu discovers the lost mummy of an Egyptian queen with the help of the hieroglyphics code written by Mufti Muhammad. The present day political turmoil in Egypt also subtly reverberates in the film. At the end, Kakababu gives Hani Al Qadi the coded message written inside the coffin of the mummy and wishes him good luck for his upcoming revolution to free Egypt from the corrupt dictator Jashni Mubarak (fictionalized Hosni Mubarak).
Elar Char Adhyay
Réalisé par Bappaditya Bandopadhyay
Genres Drame
Acteurs Paoli Dam, Rudranil Ghosh, Indraneil Sengupta, Arunima Ghosh, Barun Chanda, Vikram Chatterjee
Note55% 2.793552.793552.793552.793552.79355
The film is set in India under British Raj in 1940s. Indranath is a leader of a group which is fighting for Indian independence. Ela is the teacher of the group. Ela is caught in a dilemma between her love for Atindra and her commitment towards her country.
হেমলক সোসাইটি
Réalisé par Srijit Mukherji
Genres Drame, Musical
Thèmes Musique
Acteurs Parambrata Chatterjee, Koel Mallick, Soumitra Chatterjee, Deepankar De, Roopa Ganguly, Jeet
Rôle Trenlet Biswas (Guest Appearance)
Note74% 3.746263.746263.746263.746263.74626
The movie is a strong insight into psychological dilemma about the primal existence of life. It reiterates the fact that you can 'shock someone by letting her know that death is impending and inescapable.’ It is a dark comedy which successfully evokes an awareness of life. The comic element is used dexterously to bring out the fear of death. The protagonist Meghna (Koel Mallick), misses her mother, hums the songs of her favorite Sidhartha Roy numbers, blames the new lady in her father’s life, shaken by the dejection by her fiancé. Yet, as an escape route from the world of pain and suffering she goes to her father doctor to get prescribed sleeping pills. Ananda Kar (Parambrata) as the name suggests ‘make merry’ refrains her from ending her life. He comes with an unusual proposal of imparting her technical know how about committing suicide. He adds 'the training will save you from embarrassment if suicide becomes a vain attempt'. Ananda Kar is the founder of the Hemlock Society, that teaches aspirants how to successfully commit suicide. The names of the professors are also significant of the tricks they will teach to execute the end. The society is a film studio. Meghna assembles with all other suicide aspirants being addressed by the over-enthusiastic professors, trainlet, jhulan, dhamani, raktim, shikha, all specialists in different suicide methods. Meghna goes with him, leaving a goodbye message for her parents at her apartment door. Dr. Basu comes in search of his daughter, finds the note and shatters in grievance. Dr. Basu and Niharika start their search for Meghna and almost leave no stone unturned. Meanwhile at Hemlock Society, Meghna encounters with miscellaneous experiences related to humans lives and death. The three day workshop at the society makes her understand the importance of life and what difference her loss would mean to her near and dear ones. The metamorphosis of Meghna occurs when she realizes the miseries of other inmates and considers herself lucky. On the final day, Meghna confesses to Ananda that she wants to live and a vital reason which worked behind her changing of mind is that she had fallen in love with Ananda. Ananda informs her that he is suffering from 'Lymphocytopenia' a medical condition for which he would survive only for two more years. Meghna leaves Hemlock Society, sobbing and returns to her father. The very thought that someone near the cradle of death can ‘drink life to the lees’ in spite of complain and regret, surprises her. She learns from Ananda, that Hemlock society is an institute that refrains people from ending their life by making them aware of the importance of life. Six months later, Meghna reconciles with Ananda while he is on a nursing home bed, after having a blood-transfusion. The film ends with a witty note where Meghna’s fiancé (Saheb Chatterjee), now a dejected soul and undoubtedly suicide aspirant, being taken to 'Hemlock Society'.