Nitin Bose

Nitin Bose

Nitin Bose (1897-1986) is a Bollywood, Urdu Cinematographer, Director, Writer known for the movies Chandidas(1934), Devdas(1935), Puran Bhagat(1933)

NameNitin Bose (নীতিন বোস)
Date Of Birth26 April 1897
Age(Age at Death: 88 years 11 months 19 days)
Place Of Birthkolkata, India
Date Of Death14 April 1986
Place Of Deathkolkata, India
NephewSatyajit Ray
BrotherMukul Bose
Nitin Bose was an Bengali Indian film director, cinematographer and screenwriter of the nation's film industry.

In the 1930s and early 1940s, he worked with New Theatres, who made bilingual movies: in both Bengali and Hindi. Later, he moved to Bombay and directed under the banners of Bombay Talkies and Filmistan

Interesting Facts and Trivia

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  1. Bose's first movie under Bombay Talkies banner was Naukadubi (1947), based on Tagore's novel of the same name.
  2. His 1935 film Bhagya Chakra was the first Indian film to use playback singing. The singers were K C Dey, Parul Ghosh and Suprabha Sarkar.
  3. Bose's first venture in film direction was a documentary film on Belgian Emperor's visit to India (1921).

Nitin Bose: Filmography (7)

(All Nitin Bose Movies)
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1935 Devdas[Cinematography]
1935 Dhoop Chhaon[Director,Writer (Screenplay)]
1934 Chandidas[Director,Cinematography]
1934 Daku Mansoor[Director]
1933 Puran Bhagat[Cinematography]
1932 Mohabbat Ke Aansu[Cinematography]
1932 Subha Ka Sitara[Cinematography]