Bengali director and screenwriter, Atanu Ghosh started his career in 1996 soon after completing his post-graduation in journalism with a documentary. Thereafter, he branched out to fictional serials and telefilms. He received the Doordarshan National Award for Best Children’s telefilm Aar ek Bampi in 2002. Another telefilm, Akashchhoan, was selected for the 10th International Kolkata Film Festival, 2004. Sumitra Online was selected for the Telesamman Award for the Best Telefilm of 2005, and Asamapto for Best Direction in 2006. Megh Brishti Rodh fetched him the coveted RAPA Award for Best screenplay. He was awarded the prestigious Shyamal Sen Smriti Samman in 2008.

Notable Works of Atanu Ghosh:

    • BANGLAR SWADESHI GAAN – a 3 episode series on the patriotic songs of Bengal to commemorate 50 years of Indian independence
    • EBONG COMPUTER – a 10 episode fictional series on computers
    • AATANKA – a 40 min fictional film on AIDS awareness
    • CHALTI HAWA – a 10 episode musical series on Bengali Band music
    • GOENDA PORIBAR – a 52 episode fiction series
    • ICCHEDANA – a 26 episode science fiction series for children
    • ARDHEK PRITHIBI – a 26 episode fiction series

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