Jisshu Sengupta

Actor ● Supporting Actor


Jisshu Sengupta, popularly known as Jisshu, is an Indian actor and television presenter. Initially, Jisshu was a cricketer, who represented Bengal in some sub junior games. But he was more keen to make a career in the Bengali film industry. He got his first break in a mega serial, Mahaprabhu, as the lead character, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. He is a popular figure in contemporary Bengali television. He has recently (June 2011) made a comeback on Bengali television, with the megaserial Aparajito, which is being produced by his own company, Blue Water pictures, and is possibly the very first serial based on a male protagonist. Jisshu has worked with renowned directors like Shyam Benegal (in Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero), Rituparno Ghosh (in The Last Lear (in which the co-actor was Amitabh Bachchan), Shob Charitro Kalponik, Chitrangada: The Crowning Wish and Abohoman), Aparna Sen (in Arshinagar) and with Gautam Ghose in Abar Aranye. He has also appeared in Bollywood films like Barfi!, Mardaani and Piku.

Born on: 15 March, 1977

Born in: Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Bengali TBA
Actor
Bengali 2016
Actor
Bengali 2016
Actor
Bengali 2016
Actor
Bengali 2015
Supporting Actor
Bengali 2015
Actor
Bengali 2015
Actor
Bengali 2015
Supporting Actor
Hindi 2014
Actor
Bengali 2014
Actor
Bengali 2014
Supporting Actor
Bengali 2013
Actor
Bengali 2008
Actor