Top 10 Bengali Movies of Mir Afsar Ali

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Top 10 Bengali Movies of Mir Afsar Ali

Mir Afsar Ali is a man with many hats. He is a radio jockey, a comedian, a television anchor, a singer, and an excellent actor. He is active in the Bengali cinema. He started his career as a radio jockey in a comedy program, later trying his hand at suspense stories and then tv and then the cinema. He became a household name through his creative talent.

His Top 10 Bengali movies are-

  1. ASCHHE ABAR SHABOR (2018)

Sequel to Eagoler Chokh (2016) and the third installment in the Goenda Shabor film series by Arindam Sil, Asche Abar Shabor is a crime thriller film. Mir Afsar Ali played the role of Sujit in this movie. The film is about serial murders that are happening through a dating site. Sujit is the boyfriend of one of the girls Sharon, who is on the list of the serial-killer.

  1. ASHCHORJYO PRODEEP (2013)

A fantasy film by Anik Dutta, it deals with unfulfilled aspirations of everyday couples who never are able to make their dreams come true. The protagonist, Anilabha discovers a magic-lamp from which a genie emerges and with his help, he excels in his life. How he deals with new life forms the rest of the story. Mir Afsar Ali acted as Balaram Deb also known as Bob Deb who is an escort-agent. The film received praise for its story and acting.

  1. NOTOBOR NOTOUT (2010)

A comedy-drama film, it deals with Notobor, a typical Bengali young man who wants to be a poet, but nobody appreciates him. One day he dreams of the great poet Rabindranath Tagore who grants him a wish that he can be the talented but only for a limited period. How he deals with this wish forms the rest of the story. Mir Afsar Ali portrayed the character of a painter in this film.

  1. DHANANJAY (2017)

Mir Afsar Ali performed as defense counsel in this courtroom drama. The movie is based on the 1990 conviction of Dhananjoy Chatterjee who was accused of the murder of Hetal Parekh. He was hanged till death after 14 years of imprisonment and appealing at all the levels of Indian courts.

  1. DEKH KEMON LAGE (2017)

Abhijit Guha and Sudeshna Roy directed Dekh Kemon Lage starred Mir Afsar Ali in the role of Bijoy Uday Banerjee. The film revolves around Rahul Roy who has returned to Kolkata from the USA after 6 long years. Gunja his childhood friend is in love with him but is unable to express her love. Due to the flirtatious nature of Rahul and the shy nature of Gunja story goes through funny situations.

  1. BHOOTER BHABISHYAT (2012)

Mir Afsar Ali performed as Ganesh Bhutoria, a builder by profession in this ghost comedy film. It was the directorial debut of Anik Dutta. The film tells the story of Ayan, an ad director who wants to direct a full feature movie but is unable to do so due to a lack of funds. In a haunted house, he meets a ghost named Biplab who tells him a haunted story and asks him to make a movie about that story.

  1. THE BONG CONNECTION (2006)

Mir Afsar Ali gave an impeccable performance in this award-winning tale of two young men, Andy and Apu. Apu leaves Kolkata in hope of a good future to the USA leaving his girlfriend Sheela behind and meets Rita. While Andy comes to Kolkata from the USA and meets Sheela. The rest of the story deals with their adventures.

  1. COLKATAY COLUMBUS (2016)

Mir Afsar Ali played a pivotal role in this satirical comedy film which deals with the need of the people for a Hero who can give them direction and inspiration to get ahead in life. Christopher Columbus mystically lands up in Kolkata of 2016 then things start to happen around two boys who meet him.

  1. BYOMKESH PAWRBO (2016)

The film is a detective story of Byomkesh Bakshi, the famous detective of Indian literature along with his sidekick-cum-friend Ajit. Mir Afsar Ali also starred in this thriller film. The film received critical acclaim.

  1. OBHISHOPTO NIGHTY (2014)

Mir Afsar Ali performed alongside Paoli Dam in this comedy film where a cursed nighty gets in the hands of a would-be actress who uses it for seducing producers and directors to get work.

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