Saswata Chatterjee

About Saswata Chatterjee

Who is it?: Actor, Music Department
Birth Day: December 19, 1970
Birth Place:  Calcutta, West Bengal, India, India
Birth Sign: Capricorn
Other names: Apu
Occupation: Indian Actor
Years active: 1995 – present
Spouse(s): Mohua Chatterjee
Children: 1
Parent(s): Subhendu Chatterjee Anjali Chatterjee

Saswata Chatterjee Net Worth

Saswata Chatterjee was bornon December 19, 1970 in  Calcutta, West Bengal, India, India, is Actor, Music Department. Saswata started his career with a Hindi serial directed by Saibal Mitra, based on Samaresh Majumdar's Kaalpurush. He gained popularity by portraying the character of Topshe in a television series directed by Sandip Ray. His breakthrough role came in Sujoy Ghosh's 2012 blockbuster Hindi film, Kahaani (2012), where he played a simple looking scary contract killer Bob Biswas. The nation went berserk with his portrayal of the villain and comparisons with the iconic Bolly-baddies 'Mogambo' and 'Gabbar Singh' were also drawn.
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Famous Quotes:

Bob Biswas has most definitely exceeded the popularity of Kahaani. Poor Saswata has lost his identity. He is addressed as Bob wherever he goes.

— Saswata Chaterjee on his role on Bob Biswas.

Biography/Timeline

1970

Saswata Chatterjee was born on 19 December 1970 to Subhendu Chatterjee, a noted Bengali actor. Saswata Chatterjee lives in Kolkata and is married to Mohua, a teacher; the actor has one daughter.

2013

Meghe Dhaka Tara was released in 2013, a film inspired by the life and works of Bengali film Director Ritwik Ghatak and also depicts the socio-political environment of contemporary West Bengal during the Tebhaga and Naxalite movements. In this movie, he played the lead character as Nilkantha Bagchi.

2019

Chatterjee started his career with a Hindi serial directed by Saibal Mitra, based on Samaresh Majumdar’s Kaalpurush. Later, he acted in a television series directed by Sandip Ray, where he portrayed the character of Topshe, a sidekick of Feluda, the sleuth. After this television debut, his acting skills were appreciated and he gained popularity.