Saswata Chatterjee

  • 'Goyner Bakso' increases my appetite for good work: Mousumi April 2, 2013

    Kolkata: Actress Mousumi Chatterjee says she is fortunate to have been cast in a fullfledged role in Aparna Sen's next film 'Goynar Bakso', which she feels has done justice to her age. The 59yearold actress, who enlivened the screen by portraying sweet nextdoor girls in both Hindi and Bengali films,...
  • Saswata Chatterjee as local don in 'Namte Namte' January 28, 2013

    Kolkata: In his first role as villain in a Bengali film, after wooing the national audience with the portrayal of Bob Biswas in 'Kahaani', versatile Bengali actor Saswata Chatterjee will be now play para don Ganesh in 'Namte Namte'. "Unlike the role of Hatkata Kartik in 'Bhooter Bhabisyot', which was...
  • Saswata Chatterjee doesn't want 'Kahaani 2' December 28, 2012

    Kolkata: As 'Kahaani' director Sujoy Ghosh is ambivalent towards making a sequel of the blockbuster suspense drama, actor Saswata Chatterjee, who played contract killer Bob Biswas in the film, says he does not want to see 'Kahaani 2'. The actor, whose character in 'Kahaani' became an internet phenomenon, says normally sequels...
  • Mr Bachchan is like an addiction: Shoojit Sircar October 5, 2012

    New Delhi: The characters they chose to portray were imbibed with the quirks that are peculiar to Bengalis. Their trenchant reproduction of difficult roles with a certain matter-of-fact panache made them the toast of the town this year. Yes, this has been a lucky year for the Bengali artistes in...
  • Bob Biswas of 'Kahaani' returns as Pappu Bhai August 29, 2012

    Kolkata: After playing a serial killer in 'Kahaani', which earned him recognition all over the country, actor Saswata Chatterjee has now turned a film producer, albeit in a movie. From Bob Biswas in 'Kahaani' to Pappu Bhai in 'Damadol', the Bengali film where he plays a film producer-how much difference does...
  • Bengali actors gaining more foothold in B'wood May 31, 2012

    Mumbai: Bollywood has always opened its gates for budding talent and there seems to be a sudden demand for Bengali actors in Hindi cinema post the box-office success of Vidya Balan starrer 'Kahaani' and Paoli Dam's 'Hate Story'. As 'Kahaani' director Sujoy Ghosh plans to bring Vidya Balan back as...
  • I am choosy about roles, says Rupa Ganguly May 29, 2012

    Kolkata: Very choosy about films at this point of career, actor Rupa Ganguly is upbeat about her role in 'Namte Namte' and the co-stars Saswata Chatterjee and Rajatava Dutta, with whom she had shared the frame years back in Goutam Ghosh s 'Abar Aryane'. "Great co-actors with whom I share wonderful...
  • Saswata Chatterjee not keen to move to Bollywood May 21, 2012

    Kolkata: His portrayal of Bob Biswas, an unconventional villain in 'Kahaani', has endeared him to the film lovers from all over the country but actor Saswata Chatterjee does not want to move out of Kolkata despite offers from Bollywood. Saswata's portrayal of the character whose villainy is concealed in his chubby-faced...
  • Kahaani: A television show on Bob Biswas' life April 15, 2012

    Mumbai: Bengali actor Saswata Chatterjee's assassin character Bob Biswas from Sujoy Ghosh's 'Kahaani' is said to be heading for the small screen. "The idea is being worked on. But it isn't easy. Bob (Saswata) would have to relocate from Kolkata to Mumbai. That uprooting may not be easy for him since...
  • Meet 'Bob Biswas', the cult assassin from 'Kahaani' April 4, 2012

    CNN-IBN met the actor from Bengali cinema in Kolkata and got him talking about his role as the contract killer in 'Kahaani'. ...
  • Politicians beware: Bob Biswas says 'ek minute' April 3, 2012

    New Delhi: "Nomoshkar, ek minute." Remember this phrase. The next time a nondescript Life Insurance Corporation agent rings your doorbell in the middle of the day and reaches into his worn leather side bag, you may want to barricade the door and call the police. But Saswata Chatterjee, the actor...