Chhabi Biswas is an Indian actor best known for his performances in the Kabuliwala films by Tapan Sinha and Satyajit Ray by Jalshaghar, Devi and Kanchenjungha. He is best remembered for many quintessential aristocratic roles, and is himself the descendant of a wealthy and cultured family in North Kolkata. He was born on July 12, 1900. His father, Bhupatinath Biswas, is famous for his charitable work. Her first name was Sachindranath, but her mother nicknamed her stepchild Chhabi and this name has been with her throughout her life and career. His portrayal of the formidable father figure, although often depicted, is still strong and engaging enough to win critical praise from both critics and commentators. This representation has cultural significance, so in British Raj, the Enlightened Bengali people combined both a chain tradition and an Anglicized character.
|Born||July 13, 1900, Ahiritola, Kolkata, West Bengal, India|
|Died||June 11, 1962, Naktala, Kolkata, West Bengal, India|
|Years active||1931 – 1962|
|Parent(s)||Bhupendra Nath Biswas(Kali Biswas)|
|Awards||Sangeet Natak Akademi Award (1960)|
|IMDb||Chhabi Biswas's IMDb|
Bengali character actor who became known for his work in films such as Kabuliwala, Jalshaghar, and Devi. He received the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award, the highest Indian recognition given to artists, in 1960.
He acted in amateur theatre productions and won the admiration of Bengali theatre legend, Sisir Kumar Bhaduri.
In 1960, he appeared in The Goddess.
He was born into a rich North Kolkata family.
He appeared in the 1957 film, Kabuliwala, which was directed by Tapan Sinha.
- Alumni of Vidyasagar College
- Hindu school, alumni of Kolkata
- Bengali male actor
- The male actor is from Kolkata
- Bengali director
- Presidential University, Kolkata Alumni
- Male actor in the Bengali cinema
- Sangeet winner Natak Akademi
Latest information about Chhabi Biswas updated on June 14 2021.