Anjan Dutt Wiki, Affairs, Wife, Height, Age, Family & More

Anjan Dutt Wiki, Anjan Dutt Affairs, Anjan Dutt Wife, Anjan Dutt Height, Anjan Dutt Age, Anjan Dutt Family & More

Anjan Dutt was born on 19 January 1953. He is an Indian actor, singer, songwriter, and film director. He started his career with the Bengali movie Chalachitro for which he won the best newcomer actor award.  Some of his best films are Kharij ( 1982), The Bengali Night ( 1988), Antareen ( 1993), Mr. and Mrs. Iyer ( 2002), Madly Bangalee ( 2009), Mahanagar @ Kolkata ( 2010), Ranjana Ami Ar Asbona ( 2011), Chitrangada: The Crowning Wish ( 2012), Dutta Vs Dutta ( 2021), Saheb Bibi Golaam ( 2015), Byomkesh O Chiriyakhana ( 2016), Byomkesh Gotro ( 2018), Ek Je Chhilo Raja ( 2018), etc. He also directed many films such as Dutta Vs Dutta, Madly Bangalee, The Bong Connection, Chalo Let’s Go, Ranjana Ami Ar Ashbona, and Byomkesh Bakshi films.

Besides acting, he is a leading singer and released many albums such as  Purono Guitar (1995), Chalo Bodlai (1998), Bandra Blues (2000), Rawng Pencil (2001), Ami ar Godot (2007), and Unoshaat (2014). 

Family & Relationship

Anjan Dutt was born in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. His parents’ names are not known. Anjan Dutt’s wife’s name is Chanda Dutt. His son’s name is Neel Dutt. 

Education

Anjan Dutt did his primary schooling at the St. Paul’s School, Darjeeling. Later, he completed an MA degree in English from the University of Kolkata. 

Anjan Dutt Wiki/Biography, Age, Height, Family, Education

Real Name/ Full Name
Anjan Dutt
Birthplace
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Nationality Indian
Profession(s)
Singer, Song Writeractor, Film Director, Theatre Personality
Zodiac sign
Capricorn
Birthday 19 January 1953
Anjan Dutt Age
69 Years ( As in 2022)
Hometown
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Religion
Hinduism
Food Habit
Non-Vegeterian
Hobby
Writing, Travelling

Anjan Dutt

Personal & Family Details

Father Name
Not Known
Mother Name
Not Known
Children
Son: Neel Dutt
Siblings
Not Known
Marital Status
Married
Anjan Dutt Wife
Chanda Dutt

Height, Weight & Body Measurements & More

Anjan Dutt Height (feet)
5 Feet 8 Inches
Anjan Dutt Weight (Kilograms)(approx.) 80 Kg
Figure Measurements (approx.)
Yet To Update
Eye’s Color Black
Hair Color Black

Career/ Achievements

Debut
Film: Chaalchitra ( 1981 as Actor)
Film: Badadin ( 1998 as Director)
Anjan Dutt Superhit Movies
Kharij ( 1982), The Bengali Night ( 1988), Antareen ( 1993), Mr. and Mrs. Iyer ( 2002), Madly Bangalee ( 2009), Mahanagar @ Kolkata ( 2010), Ranjana Ami Ar Asbona ( 2011), Chitrangada: The Crowning Wish ( 2012), Dutta Vs Dutta ( 2021), Saheb Bibi Golaam ( 2015), Byomkesh O Chiriyakhana ( 2016), Byomkesh Gotro ( 2018), Ek Je Chhilo Raja ( 2018)
Anjan Dutt Director
Badadin ( 1998), The Bong Connection ( 2006), Chalo Let’s Go ( 2008), Madly Bangalee ( 2009), Byomkesh Bakshi ( 2010), Ranjana Ami Ar Asbona ( 2011), Abar Byomkesh ( 2012), Ganesh Talkies ( 2013), Byomkesh Phire Elo ( 2014), The Bongs Again ( 2016), Finally Bhalobasha ( 2019)
Anjan Dutt Popular Web Series
Murder By The Sea
Anjan Dutt Albums
Shunte Ki Chao (1994), Bhalobashi Tomay (1996), Hello Bangladesh (1999), Bandra Blues (2000), Rawng Pencil (2001), Ichchhe Korei Eksathe (2005), Abar Pothe Dekha (2007), Ami ar Godot (2007), Unoshaat (2014)
Anjan Dutt singles
Hotuk Shob Oshundor” (1:58), “Feludar Gaan” (3:04), “Freedom” (5:37), “Sadhinota” (4:50), “Bow Barracks Forever!” (4:38), “Kato ki Korar Chhilo” (4:32), “Ami Chini Go Chini Tomare”, etc.
Awards/ Recogination
Best Actor award for film Chaalchitra at Venice Film Festival ( 1981)
National Film Award – Special Jury Award for Ranjana Ami Ar Ashbona ( 2012)

Money/Earning/ Property

Salary ( approx)
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Income Source
Acting, Director, Singing
Net Worth
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House
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Car
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Other Property
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Anjan Dutt

Favourite Things

Favourite Food
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Favourite Film
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Favourite Colour
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Favourite Destination
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Favourite Actress
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Favourite Actor(s)
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Favorite Sportsman
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Favourite Artist
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Controversy

Anjan Dutt came into the limelight when he replied to the trollers by writing on social media. He wrote:

“Sometimes it feels rather disgusting to see posts that still indulge in snide remarks, jokes and trolls on anything that is of some constructive value in these terribly dark times when our constitution is at stake. I have seriously never voiced any political opinion all these years because I am not qualified to. But, there have been many, since my boyhood, expressing their half-baked politics which has actually benefitted no one, nothing”. 

Facts

  • His father was a lawyer and wanted his son to become a lawyer. But Anjan Dutta was more interested in cinema and music. 
  • After completing an MA degree, Dutt joined a theater group with Badal Sarkar. Later, he joined a theater group with Badal Sarkar. 
  • He started his film career with the Chalachitro ( 1981) movie. Since then, he has appeared in many commercially successful movies like Kharij ( 1982), The Bengali Night ( 1988), Antareen ( 1993), Mr. and Mrs. Iyer ( 2002), Madly Bangalee ( 2009), Mahanagar @ Kolkata ( 2010), Ranjana Ami Ar Asbona ( 2011), Chitrangada: The Crowning Wish ( 2012), Dutta Vs Dutta ( 2021), Saheb Bibi Golaam ( 2015), Byomkesh O Chiriyakhana ( 2016), Byomkesh Gotro ( 2018), Ek Je Chhilo Raja ( 2018). 
  • Anjan Dutt also directed many movies such as Badadin ( 1998),  The Bong Connection ( 2006), Chalo Let’s Go ( 2008), Madly Bangalee ( 2009), Byomkesh Bakshi ( 2010), Ranjana Ami Ar Asbona ( 2011), Abar Byomkesh ( 2012), Ganesh Talkies ( 2013), Byomkesh Phire Elo ( 2014), The Bongs Again ( 2016), Finally Bhalobasha ( 2019). 
  • He also directed as well as acted in the Murder By The Sea web series. 
  • Apart from acting, Anjan Dutt is an amazing singer and released many albums such as Shunte Ki Chao (1994), Bhalobashi Tomay (1996), Hello Bangladesh (1999), Bandra Blues (2000), Rawng Pencil (2001),  Ichchhe Korei Eksathe (2005), Abar Pothe Dekha (2007), Ami ar Godot (2007), Unoshaat (2014). 
  • Anjan Dutt also sang many singles like “Hotuk Shob Oshundor” (1:58), “Feludar Gaan” (3:04), “Freedom” (5:37), “Sadhinota” (4:50), “Bow Barracks Forever!” (4:38), “Kato ki Korar Chhilo” (4:32), “Ami Chini Go Chini Tomare”, etc. 
  • During his career, Dutt won many awards including the Best Actor award for the film Chaalchitra at Venice Film Festival ( 1981), National Film Award – Special Jury Award for Ranjana Ami Ar Ashbona ( 2012).