|Birth Date||:||23 November 1980|
Tannishtha Chatterjee is an Indian film actress and director best known in the west for her performance in the British film Brick Lane, the film adaptation of Monica Ali's best selling novel of the same name for which she was nominated best actress at the British Independent Film Awards.
Angry Indian Goddesses [2015 (India)]
Freida invites her best friends to her house in Goa and surprises them with her wedding announcement. Their celebrations end when they have to deal with the aftermath of an unforeseen occurrence.
Anna Karenina [7 September 2012 (Ireland)]
Aristocrat Anna Karenina, who is married and has a son, meets Count Vronsky while visiting her brother. Their mutual attraction leads her to grief and tragedy.
Barah Aana [20 March 2009 (India)]
Three men accidentally stumble into the world of crime when they start kidnapping for small ransoms in order to improve their lifestyles. However, they soon realise that it is not a bad business.
Bas Yun Hi [14 February 2003 (India)]
Rohan is engaged but his horoscope says his ideal partner's name would start with V. And then he meets Veda
Beyond the Clouds [20 November 2017 (India)]
Amir, a young man, tries to dodge the police after they raid one of his drug dealings. However, the situation gets complicated when Amir's sister gets imprisoned while trying to save him.
Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain 
Bombay Summer 
Exploring the fleeting and delicate friendship between three young people in Mumbai, and its eventual disintegration in the face of betrayal and personal loss.
Brick Lane [20 June 2008 (USA)]
At the age of 17, Nazneen leaves Bangladesh for an arranged marriage to an older husband in London's Brick Lane. Ten years on, although she has given Chanu two daughters, made him a home and trimmed the corns on his feet, she yearns to break free. She begins an illicit affair with Karim, the dashing market trader for whom she sews jeans.
Calcuatte, Unabashed [6 June 2006 (Kolkata)]
Biresh, a loan inspector, falls in love with Nita, a call girl. However, things get bad when he gets obsessed with Nita and ends up killing her after he learns she slept with his client.
Chauranga [21 October 2014]
A fourteen year old Dalit (lower caste) boy in rural India develops an infatuation and writes a love letter, which gets him killed.
Divorce: Not Between Husband and Wife [December 2005 (India)]
Divorce: Not Between Husband and Wife is a 2005 Indian Hindi-language social drama film directed by M. J. Ramanan as his first feature project, starring Jackie Shroff, Tannishtha Chatterjee, and Rajendranath Zutshi.
Doctor Rakhmabai 
Gour Hari Dastaan: The Freedom File [14 August 2015 (India)]
Gour Hari Das takes on a three-decade-long battle with the government to prove that he was involved in the fredoom struggle.
Gulaab Gang [7 March 2014 (India)]
Rajjo runs a gang that strives to uplift the downtrodden and combat injustice in the village. When a corrupt politician runs for the local elections, Rajjo decides to compete against her.
Hava Aney Dey [12 February 2004]
A student (Aniket Vishwasrao) and a mechanic (Nishikant Kamat) want to escape the confines of life in Mumbai, India.
I Love New Year [10 July 2015 (India)]
A beautiful musician and a serious Wall Street banker cross paths on New Year's Eve and share unique experiences. Before long, feelings of love start to brew between them.
Island City [2 September 2016 (India)]
A sincere employee's mandatory day of fun leads to him killing his colleagues; as a haughty man lies unconscious, his kin watch a soap opera; an intimate letter changes a woman's discontented life.
Jal [4 April 2014 (India)]
Bakka, a water diviner, faces numerous difficulties when he tries to help a young birdwatcher locate water in the desert in order to provide a habitat for flamingos.
Jalpari: The Desert Mermaid [31 August 2012 (India)]
While visiting her native village, young and free-spirited Shreya observes that the place has many secrets. So, she and her brother go on a quest to investigate the hidden mysteries.
Jhalki [14 November 2019 (India)]
Jhalki is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language drama film directed by Brahmanand S. Siingh, produced by Brahmanand S. Siingh and Annand Chavan, co-produced by Vinayak Gawande and Jayesh Parekh and co-directed by Tanvi Jain.
Lihaaf: The Quilt 
Lion [24 February 2017 (India)]
Saroo gets separated from his family at the age of five and ends up being adopted by an Australian couple. However, he returns to India 25 years later to search for his birth parents.
Meena [26 June 2014]
Meena is a documentary film about sex trafficking in India that premiered on June 26, 2014 in New York City. This film marks the directorial debut of Lucy Liu, Colin K. Gray, and Megan Raney.
Miles Of Sand [2016 (Sweden)]
Monsoon Shootout [2014 (India)]
Adi, a rookie cop, lives out two possible futures after a confrontation with a notorious hit man.
Monsoon Shootout: Life Is A Matter Of Choices [1h 32m]
Adi, a policeman, joins an anti-extortion unit of the Mumbai Police led by Khan. When an ambush goes wrong, Adi chases a wanted gangster, Shiva, and is unsure about killing him in an encounter.
Parched [23 September 2016 (India)]
Four women in Gujarat talk about men, sex and life as they struggle with their individual demons.
Rakkhosh - You are never alone is a Hindi psychological thriller drama film where the camera is the lead character of the film. It is a first-person POV of a schizophrenic person.
Road, Movie [5 March 2010 (India)]
Vishnu, a young man, is desperate to find an escape from his boring life. He sets out on a journey to deliver a truck to a museum and lands up discovering himself.
Roam Rome Mein [5 October 2019]
Roam Rome Mein is a 2019 Indian psychological-drama film directed by Tannishtha Chatterjee, and produced by Eros International, Pankaj Razdan, and Rising Star Entertainment. It features Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Tannishtha Chatterjee and Valentina Corti in main roles.
Rough Book [24 June 2016 (India)]
Rough Book is a feature film directed by Ananth Narayan Mahadevan for Aerika Cineworks. It features Tannishtha Chatterjee and Amaan Khan in lead roles with Joy Sengupta, Jayati Bhatia, Deepika Amin and Vinay Jain in supporting roles. Television actor Ram Kapoor makes an appearance.
Sala Bandar! [12 September 2003]
Schatten der Zeit [12 September 2004]
Two child labourers, Ravi and Masha, toil away in a carpet factory in pre-Independence India. The two develop a bond that they think would last a lifetime but are torn apart by fate.
Siddharth [2013 (India)]
Financial compulsions force Mahendra to send his son, Siddharth, to work. However, when Siddharth does not return home, he fears he is a victim of human trafficking and goes off in search of him.
Strings [11 May 2006 (India)]
Sunrise [20 August 2015 (Germany)]
A psychological thriller set in Mumbai, in which a police inspector enters the seedy world of child trafficking, in search of his kidnapped daughter.
The Little Republic [13 January 2003]
The White Elephant [5 November 2009]
A poor man pays a high price for finding himself after an elephant walks into his life.
UNindian [7 October 2015 (Australia)]
Meera, an attractive single mother of Indian origin living in Australia, faces the wrath of her family after she falls in love with a white Australian man.
Watch Indian Circus [7 October 2011]
Kajroo and her family live a tough existence in rural Rajisthan. When a circus sets up in a nearby town, she goes with the children across the desert to see the spectacle.
- 23 November 1980.