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Paoli Dam : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Paoli Dam is an Indian actress who started her career with the Bengali television serial Jibon Niye Khela. She then worked in Bengali television serials such as Tithir Atithi and Sonar Harin; the former ran for six years on ETV Bangla

Paoli Dam
Name : Paoli Dam
Birth Date : 04 October 1980
Birth Place : Kolkata
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Occupation : Actress

Paoli Dam Movies and TV Shows

  • Aamar Pratigya [29 February 2008 (Kolkata)]

    Shiva, a young benevolent man, leaves no stone unturned to fight for his brother in order to reunite his family and bring back their lost happiness.

  • Agni Pariksha [3 September 1954 (India)]

    Tapasi is an educated young girl who was married off when she was a child. However, her life takes a dramatic turn when she grows up and falls in love with Kiriti.

  • Ahare Mon [22 June 2018 (India)]

    Ahare Mon is a 2018 Indian Bengali film directed by Pratim D. Gupta and stars Adil Hussain, Anjan Dutt, Mamata Shankar, Ritwick Chakraborty, Paoli Dam, Parno Mittra and Chitrangada Chakraborty in the lead roles.

  • Ajana Batash [Anjan Das]

    Deepa, a small-town girl, is a copywriter who works in an ad agency based in Kolkata. She faces problems while trying to communicate anything important with people but overcomes it eventually.

  • Ajob Prem Ebong... [11 August 2011 (India)]

    Moyna falls in love with Nakul, a bus conductor of the same bus that killed her husband. The bus is owned by a corrupt politician who has no fear of the law.

  • Ankur Arora Murder Case [14 June 2013 (India)]

    Dr Asthana's medical negligence costs an eight-year-old, Ankur, his life. When Dr Romesh, an intern, learns about it, he decides to support Ankur's mother and fight for justice.

  • Aroni Tokhon [9 June 2017 (India)]

    A Hindu woman and a Muslim man are in love, but they go through severe hardships to save their relationship due to the opposition from their respective communities.

  • Baga Beach [1 December 2013 (India)]

    Baga Beach is 2013 Indian Konkani-language film written and directed by Laxmikant Shetgaonkar. It followed his critically acclaimed, Paltadacho Munis. Set in the eponymous Baga Beach in Goa, it was made at a budget of ₹3 crore, making it the most expensive film yet of Konkani cinema.

  • Bangla Bachao [28 January 2011]

    Bangla Bachao is a Bengali movie directed by Anup Sengupta, starring Prosenjit Chatterjee and Paoli Dam. The movie released on 28 January 2011.

  • Banshiwala [19 November 2010 (Kolkata)]

    Mridul suffers a huge loss in his business and decides to return to his ancestral house for selling the property. However, the property is taken care of by an old headmaster and his daughter Lakshmi.

  • Bedroom [6 January 2012 (India)]

    Joy's wife earns more money than he does, Ananda is unable to fulfill his wife's desires whereas Deb believes in dating a new girl every night.

  • Box No 1313 [Aniruddha Bhattacharya]

    Joy's parents are busy searching for a suitable match for him, but are cheated by matchmakers. Meanwhile, Joy falls in love with an air-hostess who doesn't show interest in him. Will Joy convince her?

  • Bulbbul [24 June 2020]

    A child bride grows into an enigmatic woman ruling over her household, hiding her painful past, as supernatural murders of men plague her village.

  • Chatrak [6 February 2013 (France)]

    Chatrak is a 2011 Indian Bengali erotic drama film directed by Sri Lankan director Vimukthi Jayasundara. It was screened at several film festivals worldwide, including the Directors' Fortnight at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

  • Chaya Manush [7 February 2014 (India)]

    Chaya Manush is a Bengali para-psychological thriller film directed by Arindam Mamdo Dey and produced by Pankaj Agarwal under the banner of PB Films Limited.

  • Devi [02 Mar 2020]

    A tale of nine women navigating through an unusual sisterhood thrust upon them by circumstances.

  • Elar Char Adhyay [May 2012 (India)]

    Ela, a teacher, joins a resistance to fight for India's independence during the British rule. However, she struggles to choose between her country and Atindra, the man she loves.

  • Family Album [10 September 2004 (India)]

    Rishabh finds it impossible to honour his deceased wife Pari's wish to donate her heart to Dhani. However, Dhani starts developing feelings for Rishabh the moment the two cross paths.

  • Gang of Ghosts [21 March 2014 (India)]

    A group of ghosts reside in an old house and live in harmony despite cultural differences. However, when they learn that a builder plans to demolish the building, they come together to stop him.

  • Halkaa [7 September 2018]

    Battling against a corrupt government and intense poverty, a young boy in the slums of Delhi attempts to raise money to build his own toilet.

  • Hate Story [20 April 2012 (India)]

    Siddharth, a rich tycoon employs Kavya, only to abuse her and malign her image as payback for exposing his scams. Enraged and hurt, Kavya goes to the extreme limits in order to exact revenge.

  • Hochheta Ki [29 February 2008 (Kolkata)]

    A young medical representative who has been married for four years falls in love with another woman.

  • Hoi Choi [12 July 2013]

    A street theatre group consisting of young boys and girls aspire to make it big in the world. They face a lot of problems while pursuing their dreams.

  • I Love You [12 July 2007 (Kolkata)]

    Puja is brought up by her brother Indra at a farm. She falls in love with Rahul, a rich boy, but his family insults her rustic upbringing. In order to win her back, Rahul starts working for Indra.

  • Incomplete [2016]

    Unhappy with his life, Indrajit decides to head to the mountains and stay with his friend, Moloy, and his wife, where he also meets his ex-girlfriend. Soon, things take an unexpected turn in his life.

  • Kaalbela [16 January 2009 (India)]

    kaalbela is a 2009 Bengali film directed by Goutam Ghose .The film stars Parambrata Chatterjee, Paoli Dam, Soumitra Chatterjee and Santu Mukherjee. This film is set against the background of the Naxalite movement.

  • Kagojer Bou [4 February 2011]

    Subimal, a wealthy business man, hires the greedy Upal to bring Preeti closer to him. Soon, Preeti discovers the truth and bribes Upal to fail Subimal's wicked intentions.

  • Kantho [10 May 2019 (India)]

    Arjun Mallik, a famous radio presenter, finds his life falling apart when he is diagnosed with laryngeal cancer. However, he refuses to give up and learns how to adapt to his new oesophageal voice.

  • Khawto [22 July 2016 (India)]

    Khawto is a 2016 Bengali erotic romantic thriller film directed by Kamaleshwar Mukherjee under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films. The Film stars Prosenjit Chatterjee, Paoli Dam and Raima Sen in lead roles. The film was premiered on 21 July 2016 in Kolkata. The film met with positive reviews upon release.

  • Love Aaj Kal Porshu [14 February 2020]

    Two people whose love is a force that can never be changed, no matter how much their environment changes.

  • Maacher Jhol [18 August 2017 (India)]

    Dev D, a renowned Paris-based chef, brings a bowl of fish curry, a classic Bengali dish, when he returns to Kolkata to visit his ailing mother.

  • Maati [9 September 2018 (India)]

    Meghla learns the truth regarding the death of her grandmother who was killed in her ancestral home. Years later, she travels to Bangladesh and deals with the killer's family who now occupy the house.

  • Mandobasar Galpo [24 March 2017]

    Acclaimed filmmaker Ahana Sen needs the help of her friend, psychiatrist Sayantan, as she struggles to come to terms with a traumatic experience.

  • Maya Mridanga [4 March 2016]

    The life of a folk musician.

  • Moner Manush [10 December 2010 (India)]

    When his family abandons him because of an illness, Lalon, a Bengali poet and philosopher, is rescued by a Muslim community. He later forms a cult called baul.

  • Natoker Moto [August 2015]

    Kheya, a theatre artist, faces challenges in her personal and professional life in a world dominated by misogynistic men.

  • Obhishopto Nighty [14 February 2014 (India)]

    Obhishopto Nighty is a 2014 Indian Bengali Adult comedy-thriller film directed by Birsa Dasgupta and produced by Shrikant Mohta under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films.

  • Parapaar [14 November 2014]

    Parapaar is a 2014 film directed by Sanjoy Nag is based on the Moti Nandy novel. A convict, Rudra, who returns home to his wife and two kids after serving a 14-year jail term.

  • Password [13 September 2019]

  • Sanjhbati [20 December 2019]

    Sulekha, a lonely elderly woman, misses her son who lives in a different country but finds comfort in the company of her caretakers.

  • Shantilal O Projapoti Rohoshyo [15 August 2019]

    Shantilal O Projapoti Rohoshyo is an Indian Bengali mystery-thriller film, directed by Pratim D. Gupta. The film starring Ritwick Chakraborty, Paoli Dam and Goutam Ghose is an investigative thriller where a journalist evolves into a detective while trying to pursue a story about a film star.

  • Shob Charitro Kalponik [28 August 2009]

    Radhika marries a famous poet Indranil Mitra, and finds out that her husband is forever lost in his poetry of words. Although married, they barely share a close relationship with each other.

  • Swatta [4 April 2017]

    Swatta is a 2017 Bangladeshi romantic-drama film. The film directed by Hashibur Reza Kallol and produced by Sohani Hossain under the banner of Taranga Entertainment. It is a story written by Sohani Hossain and screenplay and dialogue written by Ferdous Hassan.

  • Takhan Teish [21 January 2011]

    Tamodeep, a troubled junior doctor, is forced to deal with the antics of his mother Sraboni, his former biology professor Meghna, his new Facebook friend Sriparna and his ultimate fantasy, Mohini.

  • Teen Yaari Katha [4 May 2012]

    Three close friends living together in the suburbs of Kolkata fall in love with different girls and are on a mission to win their hearts.

  • Thana Theke Aschi [29 January 2010 (Kolkata)]

    Chandra Madhab Sen, an industrialist, finds his life changed with the arrival of Tinkari Haldar, a sub-inspector, at his doorstep inquiring about a suicide mystery.

  • Tobu Aporichito [2 September 2016]

  • Tritiya Adhyay [8 February 2019]

    Tritiya Adhyay also referred to as Tritiyo Adhyay is a Bengali romantic thriller, directed by Manoj Michigan and starring Abir Chatterjee and Paoli Dam. The film was released on 8 February 2019.

  • Tulkalam [13 April 2007 (India)]

    The sudden boom in industrialisation threatens to take away the fertile lands from a village wherein honest, hard-working people work to make a living.

  • Yaara Silly Silly [6 November 2015]

    An encounter between a kind and innocent man and a profane sex worker acquaints the two with each other's personality in a way which ends up transforming their understanding of life completely.

  • Zulfiqar [7 October 2016 (India)]

    In their quest and ambition for power, opposing members of a powerful criminal organisation fight with each other, ultimately leading to violence and bloodshed.

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- 04 October 1980.

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- Kolkata.

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