Known as an effortless actor, Parambrata never fails to leave an indelible imprint in the minds of viewers, critics and film connoisseurs with his sensitive, intense performances and portrayal of myriad characters. He has created his own identity and amassed an enormous fan following in a very short span of time. His career already boasts box office hits like Sujoy Ghosh’s Kahaani along with Srijit Mukherji’s Autograph & Chotushkone. An English literature alumnus from Jadavpur University, Parambrata has been successful both on television and on the silver screen. His film debut was quite a challenge, playing the role of Topshe, one of the most favourite characters from the world of Satyajit Ray. If morning shows the day, his rendition of the assistant-sleuth was a glimpse of his enormous skill as an actor. The proof of Parambrata’s hard work and dedication is evident in his range of work. The award-winning actor has even studied Film at the Bristol University, an experience that helped him impersonate many unforgettable characters. Consistently good across different genres-romance, comedy, drama, thrillers-he has to his credit critically acclaimed films like Dosar, Baishe Srabon, Apur Panchali, Chotushkone and Kadambari. Parambrata’s achievements stretched even wider once he made his directorial debut with Hawa Bodol. As a recipient of several prestigious awards, he has also attracted the attention of Oscar-winning director Jeffrey D. Brown for his international debut. His recent releases Bastushaap and Cinemawala got him critical acclaim while the movies have done equally well at the box office.