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Asit Sen (actor)

This article is about the actor. For an article about the director, see Asit Sen (director).
Asit Sen
অসিত সেন
Born India
Died 1993
Years active 1953-1993

Asit Sen (Bengali: অসিত সেন, died 1993) was a prolific Indian film actor and comedian in the Bollywood film industry. He starred in over 200 films between 1953 and 1993 until his death. He often portrayed a character with authority, such as a police inspector or landlord, but with comedic effect, mostly as a slow-speaking person. His acting career was particularly prolific in the 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s. He had a very thin voice, which was quite opposite of his huge physical frame.

He was born in Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh).



Year Film Role Notes
1960 Parakh Bhanju Babu
1962 Bees Saal Baad Gopichand Jasoos
1965 Chand Aur Suraj Dindayal Choudhury
1965 Bhoot Bungla Dhamu (Servant)
1967 Naunihal School-teacher
1968 Brahmachari
1969 Aradhana Tikaram (Servant)
1969 Pyar Ka Mausam Kunvar Saheb
1970 Purab Aur Paschim (Servant)
1971 Dushman Harishankar Chaurasiya (Head Constable)
1971 Majhli Didi Babunath (prosecuting lawyer)
1971 Buddha Mil Gaya Jhunjhunwala
1971 Mera Gaon Mera Desh Motumal (drunk)
1971 Anand as Dr. Bhaskar Banerjee's Amitabh Bachchan patient.
1972 Bombay To Goa Dhaba Owner
1976 Balika Badhu Udasu
1976 Jai Bajrang Bali Khumbkaran
1977 Anand Ashram Girdhari
1980 Judaai Constable Dinanath Tiwari
1980 Ram Balram Inspector EK Mukherjee

Bengali movie

  • Amanush (1975)
  • Ananda Ashram (1977)

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Bollywood Hungama

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