|Other names Tony Chowdhury|
Years active 1987–present
Role Film director
|Occupation Director, producer|
Name Aniruddha Chowdhury
|Awards National Film Award for Best Feature Film, National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali|
Movies The Endless Wait, Buno Haansh, Aparajita Tumi, Anuranan, Piku
Similar Shantanu Moitra, Anindya Chatterjee, Chandril Bhattacharya, Arindam Sil, Samaresh Majumdar
Debi the short film
Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury (Bengali: অনিরুদ্ধ রায় চৌধুরী, nickname Tony) is a Bengali film director. He is the director and producer of multiple Bengali films, having received several awards for them.
- Debi the short film
- MAYA I ANIRUDDHA ROY CHOWDHURY I ROYAL STAG BARREL SELECT LARGE SHORT FILMS
- For ANTAHEEN THE ENDLESS WAIT
- For ANURANAN A RESONANCE
MAYA I ANIRUDDHA ROY CHOWDHURY I ROYAL STAG BARREL SELECT LARGE SHORT FILMS
Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury has been involved in the world of film making since 1987; directing and designing television software, and moving on to producing and directing television commercials for leading multinationals and domestic companies.
He has produced ads for Philips, Britannia, Coke, Nestle, Hero Honda, Hindustan Levers, and other brands.
Chowdhury began shooting in August 2006 for his first film, Anuranan, the first Bengali film to be shot in London. The film premiered at the 2006 International Film Festival of India. It was also screened at the Cannes International Film Festival, the 2007 Mumbai Academy of Moving Images Film Festival, the Bollywood And Beyond Film Festival and the Independent South Asian Film Festival. Anuranan received positive reviews from the critics. Chowdhury received the Aravindan Puraskaram award for best debut director for Anuranan. In 2008, he won the Emerging Film-Maker Award at the Santa Cruz Film Festival for Anuranan. His second film, Antaheen was released in January 2009 and was screened at the 2009 Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council Film Festival. It went on to win four National Film Awards in 2009, including one for Best Film. His next project was Aparajita Tumi, his adaptation of Sunil Gangopadhyay's Dui Nari Hate Torobari. The film starred Prasenjit Chatterjee, Padmapriya, Kamalinee, Chandan Roy Sanyal, Kalyan Roy and Soumitra Chatterjee.