Koel Mallick

Koel Mallick
Name : Koel Mallick
Koel Mallick
Birth Date : 28 April 1982
Birth Place : Kolkata
Nationality : Indian
Height : 1.65 m
Occupation : Actress

Koel Mallick is an Indian film actress who appears in Bengali films. She is the daughter of actor Ranjit Mallick & Deepa Mallick. Her debut film was Nater Guru.


Koel Mallick Movies and TV Shows

  • 100% Love [20 January 2012 (India)]

    Rahul, who hails from a middle-class family, comes across Anuradha and immediately falls in love with her. However, he soon learns that she is getting married to his friend.

  • Arundhati []

  • Badsha the King [3 December 2004]

    Titli, a rich heiress, gets attacked time and again but is saved by Badshah, who swears to protect her. They eventually fall in love but misunderstand Titli's grandfather to be her attacker.

  • Bandhan [17 December 2004]

    Mina narrates the story to the audience. She is no more and her husband stays with their son in Singapore. They have no contact with her family as she had married against her family's wish.

  • Besh Korechi Prem Korechi [17 July 2015]

    Abhi helps the sister of a gangster elope on the day of her wedding. However, he finds himself in a bigger mess when he falls in love with the gangster's other sister.

  • Bolo Na Tumi Aamar [15 January 2010 (Kolkata)]

    Abhishek, a pizza delivery boy, agrees to marry Madhurima, a college student, when she is forced into marriage by her father. But trouble starts after a wicked inspector arrests her on false charges.

  • Bony [Parambrata Chatterjee]

    Bony is an upcoming Bengali language thriller film directed by Parambrata Chatterjee, and stars Parambrata Chatterjee, Koel Mullick, and Anjan Dutt in lead roles. The film is a screen adaptation of a novel written by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay.

  • Bor Asbe Ekhuni [22 August 2008 (India)]

    A small-town girl moves to the city to realise her dreams. She seeks help from a male friend to pose as her husband in order to rent an apartment. Later, the friend falls in love with her.

  • Chaar [13 June 2014]

    A writer's novel deeply impacts a fan's life; two friends reunite after parting for 25 years; a singer faces a strange event that evokes a betrayal; a woman tests a man's worthiness for marriage.

  • Chander Bari [2007 (India)]

    When the elder son from the Sanyals's family returns home from the US with a wife and a child from a former marriage, everyone accepts them except the mother.

  • Chaya O Chobi [25 August 2017]

    Rai, an actress, suddenly disappears from an ongoing shooting of her film leaving everyone clueless about her whereabouts.

  • Chirosathi [5 December 2008 (India)]

    Raju, an orphan, falls in love with Riya Roy, the daughter of business tycoon Mahendra Roy. However, the couple faces difficulties as Mahendra Roy has already selected another boy for Riya.

  • Chore Chore Mastuto Bhai [2005 (India)]

    John betrays Nagraj and runs away with a diamond. However, during the chase, he is killed. Just before his last breath, John gives the diamond to taxi driver Yadav.

  • Cockpit [22 September 2017 (India)]

    Captain Dibyendu Rakshit must find a way to safely land a Mumbai-Kolkata flight after they come across massive turbulence that damages its engines.

  • Debipaksha [2004 (Kolkata)]

    Haimanti leads a simple life but a tragic incident leaves her with no choice but to migrate to Mumbai. Unwilling to compromise, she takes a stand against the injustice meted to her and fights back.

  • Dui Prithibi []

  • Eri Naam Prem [2006 (India)]

    Movie revolves around Saptami and her brother Pancham. Saptami's married life is a disaster as her mother-in-law constantly harasses her. Her in-laws also insult her brother Pancham.

  • Ghare & Baire [30 March 2018]

    Amit sacrifices his dream and moves to Mumbai to declare his love to his best friend Labonya, but she comes under family pressure and agrees to a traditional arranged marriage to an NRI.

  • Ghatak [2h 15m]

    Bijoy moves to Kolkata with his younger brother, Raju, and starts leading a simple life. However, Bijoy is compelled to battle two anti-socials, when they kill Raju to win the elections.

  • Hemlock Society [22 June 2012 (India)]

    Ananda, the founder of Hemlock Society, a school that teaches aspirants how to successfully commit suicide, develops feelings for Meghna, an aspirant, which changes both of their lives.

  • Hero [2006]

    Shubhankhar's father, a constable, dreams of making him an IPS officer. But Shubhankhar only wants to enjoy life. He loves Puja, whose brother, a police superintendent, opposes their love.

  • Herogiri [23 January 2015 (India)]

    Shuvo is content being single, even though his father wants him to marry. When his friend tells him about a girl and her father who are cheating naive men, he decides to teach them a lesson.

  • Highway [28 August 2015 ]

    A bunch of passengers travelling through an expressway are in a hurry to reach their destination. However, their journey is unlike what they expect it to be.

  • Hitlist [20 November 2009 (Kolkata)]

    When the employees of an advertising agency start getting killed one after another, detective Prabhat is tasked with finding the person responsible for the murders.

  • Jaaneman [25 May 2012 (India)]

    Deba, a young man, decides to elope with the girl of his dreams, after rescuing her from her to-be-husband. However, they are constantly chased by a gang of hooligans.

  • Jackpot [13 December 2013 ]

    There are places in Goa where the rich can easily be fooled out of their money. A group of swindlers take advantage of this and risk everything just to get caught in a web of their own making.

  • Love [11 July 2008 (Kolkata)]

    Ria, a Christian music teacher, falls in love with Rahul, a wealthy Hindu boy. However, their different social and economic backgrounds create hurdles in their relationship.

  • Mahanayak [2007]

    Rohit falls in love with Priti, a criminal's sister. Since Rohit's father is a respectable man, he tries to convince him to marry a gangster's sister.

  • Manik [22 April 2005 (India)]

    Samir and Manik meet each other and soon Manik meets with an accident. Before his death, he requests Samir to never reveal the news of his demise to his family and to take care of them.

  • Minister Fatakeshto [8 June 2007 (India)]

    Fatakeshto, an MLA turned home minister, vows to rescue the government from a massive financial loss while political thugs create several hurdles for him.

  • Mitin Mashi [2019]

    Mitin Mashi is a 2019 Indian Bengali detective film directed by Arindam Sil, produced by Rupa Datta and presented by Camellia Production Pvt. Ltd. The film starring Koel Mallick and Vinay Pathak, is based on the Hate Matro Tintey Din, a story by the novelist Suchitra Bhattacharya.

  • MLA Fatakeshto [2006 (India)]

    When given a chance of becoming the Home Minister for a week, Fatakeshto puts order in a disheveled system. At the end of his term, he manages to solve his personal as well as professional feuds.

  • Mon Je Kore Uru Uru [19 November 2010 (India)]

    Diya comes to visit her dad in India when she finds her marriage is being fixed. Things take a turn when some members of a club decide to kidnap Diya but end up nabbing someone else named Diya.

  • Mon Mane Na [5 December 2008 (India)]

    On their way to Siliguri, India, Rahul and Ria bump into each other. Rahul plans to sell a stolen necklace, while Ria plans to meet her boyfriend. However, fate has something else in store for them.

  • Nabab Nandini [23 January 2007 (India)]

    Childhood sweethearts Nabab and Nandini, who were separated years ago, reunite in college and fall in love. However, Nandini's father does not approve of their relationship.

  • Nater Guru [14 March 2003 (Kolkata)]

    Sulochna is separated from her husband, Shashi, who is a racecourse bookmaker. She suffers a heart attack and her daughter, Manisha, turns to Shashi for help.

  • Neel Akasher Chandni [7 August 2009 (Kolkata)]

    Childhood friends Neel and Akash fall in love with Chandni, but she loves Akash. Their lives take a turn when Chandni's father arranges her marriage with Neel.

  • Paglu [3 June 2011]

    Deb and Rimi are in love, but Rimi's father is against their relationship. Her father tricks her into coming to US to keep her away from Deb, but he follows her to US and tries to win her back.

  • Paglu 2 [31 August 2012 (India)]

    Dev, a high-school dropout, relocates to the city in order to finish his studies. Soon, he falls in love with a girl in his college but things go awry when she is kidnapped by a group of hoodlums.

  • Prem by Chance [24 September 2010 (Kolkata)]

    Raju, a hotheaded boy is the Robinhood of his locality. His nemesis is Sanu who is Purna's boyfriend. Purna and Raju fall in love with each other but do not realise it until the end.

  • Premer Kahini [11 April 2008 (India)]

    Akash falls in love with Barsha but loses contact with her due to unforeseeable circumstances. While attending a marriage ceremony, he is shocked to realise that the bride is none other than Barsha.

  • Premi No.1 [2005 (Odisha)]

    Rohit goes to town for his higher studies and falls in love with the sister of a criminal, Ranjit. However, Ranjit refuses to accept their alliance and this leads to problems between the two men.

  • Rangbaaz [11 October 2013 (India)]

    Madhurima, a rich girl, falls in love with Raj when they get stranded on an island. But Raj is uninterested, as he is on a mission to avenge his father's death.

  • Rawkto Rawhoshyo [10 April 2020 (India)]

    Rawkto Rawhoshyo is an upcoming Bengali investigative thriller film written and directed by Soukarya Ghosal. The film is produced by Surinder Films, and stars Koel Mallick with supporting cast of Lily Chakraborty, Rwitobroto Mukherjee and Chandan Roy Sanyal in pivotal roles.

  • Saat Paake Bandha [29 May 2009 (Kolkata)]

    Rahul agrees to marry Pallavi according to his father's wish but insists on a condition that the marriage will be a contractual one. However, things change when Rahul meets with an accident.

  • Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan [6 December 2019 (India)]

    Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan is a 2019 Bengali action adventure film directed by Sayantan Ghosal and written by Sougata Basu with influence of the origial story by Hemendra Kumar Roy. The film is based on the adventure story of Bimal-Kumar duo written by Hemendra Kumar Roy. It is the second movie after Jawker Dhan.

  • Shesh Theke Shuru [5 June 2019]

    Mahid, a Dhaka-based businessman, falls in love with a girl on a flight to London. Soon enough, his relationship is threatened as his dark past resurfaces.

  • Shikar [1 December 2006 (Kolkata)]

    Rajesh, a policeman, kills Bimal, assuming he is Saheb, a goon. As a result, Seema, Bimal's widow, is forced into an unfortunate life in a brothel. Later, Rajesh learns that Saheb is still alive.

  • Shubhodrishti [4 November 2005]

    Two estranged brothers reunite after a long period of time when the elder sibling prepares to get married. The younger brother begins to look for love during the proceedings.

  • Shudhu Tumi [2004]

    A bubbly girl who has recently lost her parents moves to the house of a family friend. She falls in love with the son of the family but has to leave the house following a misunderstanding.

  • Yuddho [2005 (India)]

    Agnishwar Rai is famous for his notorious attitude towards criminals and gets arrested when he puts an MLA behind bars. Filled with anger, he avenges his wife's death who was murdered by the same MLA.

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QA About Koel Mallick

What is birthdate of Koel Mallick?

- 28 April 1982.

What is BirthPlace of Koel Mallick?

- Kolkata.

What is Nationality of Koel Mallick?

- Indian.

What is Height of Koel Mallick?

- 1.65 m.

What is Age of Koel Mallick?

- 40.

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