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Jyoti Prakash (November 25, 2014 Jessore District-December 16, 1942 Kolkata) a.k.a. Jyoti Prakash Bhattacharya was a Bangladeshi actor.
He started his acting career in the 1930s and appeared in over 150 films in a career spanning more than three decades. He was known for his versatility and natural acting skills. Some of his notable films include "Mukti" (1937), "Dena Paona" (1931), "Chirakumar Sabha" (1932), and "Sita" (1934).
Apart from acting, Jyoti Prakash was also a director and producer. He directed several films including "Bisharjan" (1940) and "Mandir" (1941). He also produced a Bengali film called "Jibon Maran" (1939).
Jyoti Prakash was a pioneer of Bangladeshi cinema and paved the way for future generations of actors and filmmakers. He was posthumously awarded the Bangladesh National Film Award for Lifetime Achievement in 1977.
Jyoti Prakash Bhattacharya was born in Jessore District, East Bengal, which was then a part of British India. He was the son of Prafulla Chandra Bhattacharjee, a businessman. Jyoti Prakash started his acting career in the Calcutta film industry in 1931 with the film "Dena Paona". He was only seventeen years old at that time. He quickly gained popularity for his natural acting and good looks.
Jyoti Prakash acted in various genres of films such as dramas, comedies, and historicals. He often portrayed the roles of heroes in romantic films, but he was equally adept at playing character roles. He was known for his dialogue delivery and his ability to connect with the audience emotionally.
Apart from acting, Jyoti Prakash was also a social activist. He actively participated in the Indian Independence Movement and was jailed for his involvement in protests against British rule. He was a member of the Indian National Congress party and worked for the welfare of the people.
Jyoti Prakash died in 1942 at the age of 27 due to a heart attack. His sudden death was a shock to the film industry and his fans. He was remembered for his contributions to Bangladeshi cinema and his legacy continued to inspire future generations of actors and filmmakers.
Despite his short career, Jyoti Prakash left a lasting impact on the Bangladeshi film industry. He was known for his dedication to his craft and his commitment to social causes. He was also a philanthropist and actively supported various charitable organizations. In recognition of his contributions, the government of Bangladesh issued a commemorative postage stamp in his honor in 1995. Today, Jyoti Prakash is remembered as a pioneering actor and filmmaker who helped establish Bangladeshi cinema as a significant cultural force in South Asia.