Bharat Kaul

Bharat Kaul is an Indian actor mainly known for villainous and antagonistic roles in Bengali film. He has also appeared in Hindi films.[1]

Bharat Kaul
NationalityIndian
OccupationActor

Filmography

Title Year Role Director
Ektu Chhoa 2002 Dayal Acharya
Mr and Mrs Iyer 2002 Rajesh Arora Aparna Sen
Swapno 2005 Haranath Chakraborty
Chita 2005 T L V Prasad
Yuddho 2005 Ranjit Saha Rabi Kinnagi
Akai Aaksho 2006 Tapan (Ratan's brother) Rabi Ray
MLA Fatakeshto 2006 SP Durjoy Nag Swapan Saha
I Love You 2007 Ravi Kinagi
Phoonk 2008 Mandar Ram Gopal Verma
Aamras 2009
Pankh 2010 Sudipto Chaterjee
Bolo Na Tumi Aamar 2010 Sujit Mondal
Josh 2010 Nikhil Ravi Kinnagi
Ami Shubhash Bolchi 2011 Gosaniya Mahesh Manjrekar
Fighter 2011 Section Shankar Ravi Kinagi
Challenge 2 2012 Police Commissioner Raja Chanda
Deewana 2013 Agnidev Roy Rabi Kinnagi
Arundhati 2014 Sujit Mondal
Highway 2014 Sudipto Chattopadhyay
Khaad 2014 Kaushik Ganguly
Badshahi Angti 2014 Dr. Srivastav Sandip Ray
Herogiri 2015 Bhavani Pathak Rabi Kinnagi
Zulfiqar (film) 2016 Parvez Maqsood Srijit Mukherji

Television appearances

Year Title Role Channel
2007-2008 Jiya Jale 9X
2010-2011 Maan Rahe Tera Pitaah Chief engineer at Brahampur Sony TV
2011-2012 Dekha Ek Khwaab Mr.Rai Chowdhury Sony TV
2014–16 Rajjotok Somnath Chatterjee (antagonistic role) Zee Bangla
2015 Mon Niye Kachakachi Rajesh Kapoor Star Jalsha
1 November 2014 Dadagiri Unlimited Guest participant (to promote Herogiri) Zee Bangla
2015–16 Aponjon Subhendu Colors Bangla
2016 Dadagiri Unlimited Guest participant (to promote Power) Zee Bangla
2015-2017 Punyi Pukur Debjit Banerjee Star Jalsha
2016-2017 Ei Chheleta Bhelbheleta Abinash Sen Zee Bangla
2016 Phoolmoni Sunil Debroy Zee Bangla
2017 Debipakshya Shivaji Chowdhury Star Jalsha
2017-2018 Kundo Phooler Mala Aniruddha Sengupta Star Jalsha
2017-2018 Jamai Raja Ishan's Father Zee Bangla
2017 Gaachkouto Kushal Colors Bangla
2018–present Fagun Bou Ayandeep's Uncle Star Jalsha
2018–Present Pratidaan Nisha 's Father/Shimul's Father Star Jalsha
2019–Present Netaji Andrew Henderson Leith Fraser Zee Bangla

References


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