Nimu Bhowmik

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Nimu Bhowmik[1]
Born(1935-11-14)14 November 1935
Died27 August 2019(2019-08-27) (aged 83)
OccupationActor, Politician.[2]
Years active1966–2019
ChildrenAnindita Sengupta Grand_daughter = Aahana And Aishi
  • Anindita Sengupta
  • Abinash Chandra Bhowmik (father)
  • Giribala Bhowmik (mother)

Nimu Bhowmik (Bengali: নিমু ভৌমিক), (4 November 1935 – 27 August 2019) was an Indian actor recognized for his work in Bengali cinema.[3] and considered to be one of the most famous comedian actor of Bengali Cinema.


His first film Monihar was released in 1966. He acted in about 60 films portraying the role of a typical Bengali man and was acclaimed by viewers for his natural acting skill. He portrayed characters of different shades in 'Ganadebata' (1979), 'Baghini' (1968), 'Dadar Kirti' (1980), 'Guru Dakshina' (1987). He was a favourite actor of director Tarun Majumder, His last film was 'Dos Mas Dos Diner Golpo' released on the year 2019. Nimu Bhowmick directed a movie named 'Protyaborton',

Political career[edit]

He joined the BJP and unsuccessfully contested Lok Sabha election from Raiganj constituency in 2014.



  1. "Veteran Bengali actor Nimu Bhowmik dead".
  2. "निमु भौमिक".
  3. "Veteran Bengali Actor Nimu Bhowmik Passes Away At 84".

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