Pratik Sen

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Born (1993-05-06) May 6, 1993 (age 28)
Deoghar,Jharkhand
NationalityIndian
Known for
  • Khokababu (2016)
  • Mohor (2019)
AwardsBest Bar of Star Jalsa Paribar

Pratik Sen (born on 6 May, 1993) is a very popular face in the Bengali Film and Television world. In the television world he is known for Khokababu (2016) and Mohor (2019).

A receiver of several illustrious honours for best actor roles, Pratik is known for being a talented singer and sports man as well. A gold medallist in boxing Pratik chose films as his main career. His movies and television megaserial have shots where he originally performs the stunts. He is also known for his voice, he has sung the two main songs of Kachchu, Bibi and Twing.

Personal Life

Pratik Sen born to Pratap Sen and Anuradha Sen in Deoghar, Jharkhand. He is grandson of Bijalibaran Sen (Bengali Film Director of Bengali Film Manik””). He is also related with Debaki Kumar Basu (Bengali film director of Bengali Film “Sita) and Amar Dutta (Bengali film actor of Bengali film “SubhashChandra”). He has one sibling Tirthankar Sen.

Early Life

He worked in South Eastern Railway for sometimes. He used to practice Boxing. He was state level boxing champion in heavy-weight category for 3 times. He quit his job to pursue his career as an actor.

Career

Pratik Sen started his filmy career with Haranath Chakraborty’s film Amar Bodyguard in 2009. Pratik was supposed to be debutant in this film, but due to the delayed release (in 2013), he has appeared in numerous films in between. His first release was Prem Bandhan during 2009. He eventually appeared in several Bengali Films like Passport, Clapstick, Om Shanti, Bhalobasar Bari etc. His latest movie Atithi was superhit. Pratik appeared on TV with Bengali serial Khokababu during 2016-2018. He is currently working in Bengali TV serial Mohor (2019-current).

Filmography

  • 2009 – Prem Bandhan
  • 2012 – Om Shanti
  • 2012 – Passport
  • 2013 – Amar Bodyguard
  • 2015 – Sohra Bridge
  • 2016 – Clapstick
  • 2017 – Chal Kuntal
  • 2018 – Bhalobasar Bari
  • 2019 – Atithi

Television

  • Khokababu (as Khokababu or Raghunath Mukherjee) (2016) on Star Jalsa
  • Mohor (as Shankhadip RoyChowdhury) (2019) on Start Jalsa

Award

“Best Bar of Star Jalsa Paribar” for Khokababu in 2017, 2018.

References

  • Interview of Pratik Sen in newspaper Indian Express [1]
  • Pratik Sen details on BookMyShow [2]
  • Synopsis of movie Atithi [3]
  • Pratik Sen Interview on movie Bhalobasar Bari [4]
  • Pratik Sen appearance on show Didi No 1 [5]

In the media

  

Refrences

  1. "Career, Early Life, Filmography".
  2. "Summary".
  3. "Filmography".
  4. "Filmography - Interview".
  5. "Personal Life".

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