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Dipankar De Age, Girlfriend, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More

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Age: 75 Years
Education: Master Of Arts
Wife: Dolon Roy

Dipankar De

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Bio/Wiki
NicknameTito
ProfessionActor
Physical Stats & More
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack (semi-bald)
Career
DebutBengali Film: Seemabaddha (1971)
Seemabaddha (1971)
Bengali TV: Ganer Oparey (2010-2011)
Ganer Oparey
Bollywood Film: Youngistaan (2014)
Youngistaan (2014)
Hindi TV: Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki (2018)
Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki (2018)
Awards, Honours, Achievements • Banga Bibhushan Samman for contributions at the Science City in Kolkata
Dipankar De Receiving Banga Bibhushan Samman
• National Film Award for the Best Supporting Actor for the film "Parama" in 1986
Personal Life
Date of Birth5 July 1944 (Wednesday)
Age (as in 2019) 75 Years
BirthplaceJamshedpur, Bihar Province (now Jharkhand), British India
Zodiac signCancer
NationalityIndian
HometownKolkata, West Bengal, India
SchoolSt. Xaviers School, Kolkata
College/UniversityPresidency University, Kolkata
Educational Qualification• Honours in Economics from Presidency University, Kolkata
• Master of Arts from Presidency University, Kolkata
ReligionHinduism
HobbiesReading Books, Listening to Music
Relationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsDolon Roy
Dolon Roy with Deepankar De
Marriage Date16 January 2020
Family
Wife/SpouseSecond Wife: Dolon Roy
Dolon Roy with Deepankar De
Children2 (from first marriage)
ParentsFather: Name not known (Engineer in Jamshedpur)
Mother: Name not known (worked in England)

Dipankar De

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Dipankar De

  • Dipankar De is a Bengali actor who primarily works in the Bengali film industry and television.
  • Dipankar’s father was an engineer who worked in Jamshedpur, and his mother used to work in England. She returned to India when Dipanker was 10 years old and died after eight years.
  • Dipankar De made his debut with the Bengali film “Seemabaddha” (1971) and went on to work in some popular Bengali films like Subarna Golak (1981), Amar Kantak (1986), Shakha Proshakha (1990), Titli (2002), Utsab (2000), Mayer Anchal (2003), Sangram (2005), Hemlock Society (2012), Kailashe Kelenkari (2007), Challenge 2 (2014), Agantuker Pore (2015), Har Har Byomkesh (2015), Dotara (2018), and Ahaa Re (2019).
  • He also acted in popular Bengali TV shows such as Jarowar Jhumko (2016-2017), Bhojo Gobindo (2017–2018), and Kanak Kakon (2019–Present).
  • On 17 January 2020, Dibakar suffered from severe breathing problems and was rushed to a hospital near Salt Lake City in Kolkata, where he was admitted in the intensive cardiac care unit of the hospital.
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