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|Born||September 3, 1963|
Mukalmua, Assam, India
|Died||December 30, 2007(aged 44)|
|Known for||Founder of Rajkumar Film Production and Rajashree Theatre|
|Family||Narayan Deka (Brother)|
Chakradhar Deka (3 September 1963 - 30 December 2007) was an Assamese film director, producer, screenwriter, author, entrepreneur and a social activist. He was the founder of Rajkumar Film Production and Rajashree Theatre.
He is the elder brother of a politician Narayan Deka.
Chakradhar Deka was born on 3rd September 1963 in Mukalmua (Nalbari, Assam). He was a part of the Assam Movement and had served as an advisor in the Barkhetri Anchalik Students Organization.
Deka was also a registered Class 1(A) contractor under Public Works Department, Assam.
|Prem Bhora Shokulu||Executive Producer||2001|
|Aei Maram Tumar Babey||Producer||2001|
|Soru Bowari||Producer, Director, Writer||2003|
In 2004, Chakradhar Deka founded Rajashree Theatre, a mobile theatre company in Assam. The theatre has staged 48 plays till date and performed over 10,000 shows in several regions of the state.
In 2005, the theatre adapted the Hollywood classic The Godfather into a play. The adaptation was scripted by Pabitra Kumar Deka.
In 2001, Chakradhar Deka wrote a book titled Dhanxor Gorahot Axom (Assam on its way of destruction) : An Analytical book on Assam's economy.
Moromor Bowari (2004), Nuphula Phulor Samadhi (2005), Maa Aru Maammi (2006) and Sendur (2007) are the plays written by Deka for his theatre.
|Best Film||Soru Bowari||Royal Challenge 8th Moonlight Media Awards||2003||won|
|Best Writer||Moromor Bowari||9th Moonlight Media Awards||2004||won|
|Best Director||Nuphula Phulor Samadhi||Y's Men International||2006||nominated|
|Best Theatre Group||Rajashree Theatre||Y's Men International||2006||won|
|Best Theatre Group||Rajashree Theatre||Shree Shree Hari Mandir Raas Committee||2007||won|
Chakradhar Deka Memorial
Chakradhar Deka Memorial Football Championship
Deka was a footballer in early stages of his life. He also served as a referee in various local tournaments. A football tournament is organised in his memory and clubs from all over the country are being invited every year.
Chakradhar Deka T20 Cricket Tournament
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