|Age||55 years old (in 2022)|
|Date of Birth||July 27, 1967|
Height, Weight & Physical Stats
|Height||5 Feet 8 Inches (1.70 m)|
|Weight||61 Kg (134 lbs)|
|Full Name||Rahul Bose|
|Profession||Actor, Director, Screenwriter|
Rahul Bose is an uprising actor of the Bollywood film industry who is massively recognized for his Bengali films such as Kalpurush, Mr. and Mrs. Iyer, Antaheen, Anuranan, The Japanese Spouses and numerous others. Apart from being an actor, Rahul is also a screenwriter, film director, rugby player, and social activist. He was in a relationship with famous actress Koel Purie though the couple split afterward and remained as best friends. After their separation, they starred in the movie titled White Noise.
Rahul Bose is a person who is blessed with multiple skills, like acting, directing and others. He was born on 27th July 1967, hailing from India, and has been working in the Hindi cinema. He is known as a great, successful actor, social activist, rugby player, director, and screenwriter. He has appeared in various Bollywood movies including “Pyar K Side Effects”,” Jhankaar Beats” and others that are worth sharing to watch. He is the most active person who indulges in various projects for which he gained huge popularity. He is an award-victor actor who has honored with various awards and honors for contributing amazingly to the Hindi cinema.
In the year 1987, after Rahul’s mother passed away, he started to work as a content writer at Rediffusion. He left that job after a few years and trailed his career as an actor. Rahul Bose was in a relationship with famous actress Koel Purie, though, there have been no such stories regarding his dating or marriage.
In the year 1994, Rahul’s first film was “English August”, produced by Dev Benegal. The movie also received National Filmfare Award for the Best English Movie. In the year 1998, his next movie was Bombay Boys, wherein he played the role of an Australian called Ricardo.
In the year 1999, Rahul Bose starred in another movie titled Split Wide Open. In 2002, he appeared in Mr. and Mrs. Iyer and the film was commercially and critically commended. In the year 2003, Rahul Bose was starred in the movie titled Jhankaar Beats, and once again he starred in the movie Chameli.
In the year 2008, his movie Kaalpurush reaped a National Award for the Best Movie and after a specific time period, he was starred in 15 Park Avenue. He also starred in Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam, Pyaar Ke Side Effects, Dil Kabaddi, Shaurya, and numerous others. Rahul portrayed the role of Snehamoy Chatterjee in the movie titled “The Japanese Wife”.
Among various prestigious awards and honors, Rahul Bose was honored with the “Artiste for Change” Karmaveer Puraskaar Award in 2007. Also, he was awarded the IBN Eminent Citizen Journalist Award in 2008 and the list goes on.
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Rahul Bose Education
|School||The Cathedral And John Connon School|
|College||Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics|
Rahul Bose Career
Profession: Actor, Director, Screenwriter
Net Worth: USD $8 million Approx
Family & Relatives
Father: Rupen Bose
Mother: Kumud Bose
Anuradha Bose Ansari
Marital Status: In a relationship
Facts You Never Knew About Rahul Bose!
- Is Rahul Bose addicted to smoking: Not Known
- Is Rahul Bose alcoholic: Not Known
- He is an all-rounder since her childhood. From sports to acting, he has outshined in every single field he has selected.
- Rahul’s first role came once he was only 6 years old, when he portrayed the leading role in his school drama titled Tom, the Piper’s Son.
- Apart from other families wherein fathers drive their children towards sports, Rahul Bose was in its place introduced to Boxing and Rugby by his mom. He also played Cricket under the headship of late cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi.
- In 2007, Rahul Bose adopted 6 kids from Nicobar and Andaman Islands. He even rose more than INR 2.4 million for their upbringing and education.
- Rahul was once called as Time Magazine’s luminary of Indian art-house cinema as well as Maxim’s Sean Penn of eastern cinema.