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Nationality
  
Indian

Name
  
Anindya Chatterjee


Role
  
Singer

Anindya Chatterjee Interview Session with Anindya Chatterjee LaughaLaughi

Occupation
  
singer, lyricist, composer,director and actor

Known for
  
Co-founder and lead vocalist of Bangla band Chandrabindoo

Albums
  
Gadha, Twaker Jatna Nin, Aar Jani Na, Daknam, Hulabila

Movies
  
Open Tee Bioscope, Amanush 2, Bapi Bari Jaa, Satyanweshi, Alik Sukh

Education
  
Scottish Church College


Similar
  
Chandril Bhattacharya, Shiboprosad Mukherjee, Nandita Roy

Anindya chandril at tata steel kolkata literary meet 2015 part 1


Anindya Chatterjee (Bengali: অনিন্দ্য চট্টোপাধ্যায়) is a popular Bengali musician based in Kolkata, West Bengal, India.

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Anindya Chatterjee Interview Session with Anindya Chatterjee LaughaLaughi

Surer Ananda : Melodious song by Anindya Chatterjee


Education

Anindya Chatterjee Publications Authored by Aninda Chatterjee

He is an alumnus of the Scottish Church Collegiate School. He earned an undergraduate degree from the Scottish Church College at the University of Calcutta. As a student at Scottish in the late 1980s, he was invited to perform at the college's annual fest Caledonia, following which he performed his composition Sweetheart. After the phenomenal success of this song, he became initiated in the Kolkata college festival circuit. In 1989, the band Chandrabindoo was formed, by him along with his college mates Rajesh Bose, Upal Sengupta and Chandril Bhattacharya.

As a Director

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  • Open Tee Bioscope (2015)
  • Projapoti Biskut (2017)
  • As an Actor

    Anindya Chatterjee We need to bridge the gap between commercial and urban

  • Chotushkone (2014), as himself
  • Praktan (2015), as himself
  • Satyanweshi (2013), as himself
  • Red Cycle (2018) , as himself
  • "Shuvo Mahorot" (2003) , as shubhankar
  • References

    Anindya Chatterjee Wikipedia