Rahul Bose

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Date of Birth : 27 July 1967
Height : 5′ 7″ (1.70 m)

Mini Biography :
Rahul Bose, an Indian actor, was born on July 27, 1967 to Rupen and Kumud Bose. His elder sister, Anuradha, is married to Tarique Ansari, owner and director of “Mid-Day Multimedia”, a multiple media conglomerate in Mumbai, India. Rahul Bose spent his childhood in Kolkata, then moved with his family to Mumbai.

He faced the audience for the first time at the age of six, playing the lead in Tom, The Piper’s Son. His mother introduced him to boxing and rugby. He still plays international rugby in ” National Orange Indian Rugby Team”. Rahul spent time doing theatre, boxing and playing rugby, during his college.

He quit his job at “Rediffusion” as creative director to become a serious actor, writer and director. English, August directed by Dev Benegal is his first film. He is an alumnus of the Cathedral and John Connon School in Mumbai. Rahul Bose is a graduate from Sydenham College.


Filmography :

  1. Maan Gaye Mughal-E-Azam (2008) (filming)
  2. Shaurya (2008) (filming)
  3. Before the Rains (2007)
  4. Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii (2007)
  5. Anuranan (2006)
  6. Pyaar Ke Side Effects (2006)
  7. The Whisperers (2006)
  8. 15 Park Avenue (2005)
  9. Kalpurush (2005)
  10. Silsiilay (2005)
  11. White Noise (2004)
  12. Chameli (2003)
  13. Ek Din 24 Ghante (2003)
  14. Mumbai Matinee (2003)
  15. Jhankaar Beats (2003)
  16. Mr. and Mrs. Iyer (2002)
  17. Everybody Says I’m Fine! (2001)
  18. Thakshak (1999)
  19. Split Wide Open (1999)
  20. Bombay Boys (1998)
  21. “A Mouthful of Sky” (1995) TV Series
  22. English, August (1994)
  23. The Whisperers (2006) (script)
  24. Everybody Says I’m Fine! (2001)
Nomination And Awards
Palm Springs International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2003 Won John Schlesinger Award – Honorable Mention for: Everybody Says I’m Fine! (2001)

Singapore International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2000 Won Silver Screen Award Best Asian Actor
for: Split Wide Open (1999)

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