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Born: May 8, 1970 (age 50 years), Bhilai, India
Height: 1.78 m
Spouse: Tani Basu
Education: Jabalpur Engineering College, Royal College of Arts, Science and Commerce
Children: Ishana Basu, Ahana Basu
BIRTHDAY8 May, 1970 (Friday)
BIRTH PLACEBhilai , Chhattisgarh
AGE (in 2021)50 Years Old
HEIGHTin centimeters- 178 cm
in meters- 1.78 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 10”
WEIGHTin Kilograms- 91 kg
in Pounds- 200.62 lbs
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Anurag Basu is a multi-talented person whose skills are not just confined to direction, yet he is an incredibly talented actor, screenwriter, and film producer as well.
Anurag Basu also made appearances on reality television shows where he becomes an inspiration for thousands of youngsters.
It is said that the charming Anurag Basu is a music lover and loves listening to the music of all types in his leisure time.
Basu landed in the fire when he passed remarks against the Bollywood superstar Salman Khan by saying that ‘Salman Khan is a boring actor’.
Anurag Basu admires top-notched film directors, such as; Kabir Khan, Rajkumar Hirani, and Shoojit Sircar.
His favorite actor is Ranbir Kapoor and his most favorite music composer is one of the top-notched music composers Pritam.
Anurag Basu loves watching movies as well and one of his favorite movies may include a Hollywood movie named ‘Casablanca’ (1942).
His parents were in the same field as they were great, renowned theatre artists and owned a theatre company named ‘Abhiyaan’.
Basu was born into an upper-middle-class Bengali Kayastha family in Bhilai, Chhattisgarh.
His parents, Subrato Bose and Deepshikha Bose (ex-executives in SAIL Bhilai Steel Plant in Cokeovens and Education department (Organic Chemistry) respectively), were award-winning theatrical artists and Basu grew up watching them performing in his father’s theatre company (Abhiyaan).
He attended BSP Senior Secondary School, Sector-IV (SSS-IV) in Bhilai, Chhattisgarh (then Madhya Pradesh), spending part of his life in Garia, Sonarpur, South Kolkata.
He received a B.Sc. degree in Physics honours from the University of Mumbai, intending to study cinematography at FTII, Pune; however, during his college years in Mumbai he had an opportunity to assist on a number of levels in TV and film projects.
After trying to remain involved with filmmaking, Basu became an assistant director to Raman Kumar on Tara.
Basu began his television career as an assistant director on Tara in mid 1994.
After six months, he was given full responsibility for directing about 712 episodes.
From his first job in films as an extra actor (Dalaal 1993) to his first film as director, it was a journey of nearly eleven years.
His first film was the mystery-drama Saaya for Mahesh Bhatt’s production company, Vishesh Films, starring John Abraham and Tara Sharma, which failed at the box office and was panned by critics for its loose screenplay.
Basu is married to Tani Basu and has two daughters, Ishana (b. 2004) and Ahana (b. 2006).