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Who is Paoli Dam?

Paoli Dam, a Bengali television actress born on October 4, 1980, made her acting debut with Jibon Niye Khela in 2004. In the following years, she appeared on several Bengali television series including Tithir Atithi and Sonar Harin; the first worked for six years on ETV Bangla.

Ham has been a resident of Kolkata his entire life. She debuted in Bengali films in 2004 with Teen Yaari Katha, directed by Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha, which was not released until 2012. Angnipariksha, Dam’s debut film, was released in 2002.


A Bengali family from Faridpur district, Bangladesh, gave Dam birth in Kolkata, West Bengal. As far as his parents are concerned, his father is Amol Dam and his mother is Papiya Dam. She also has a brother, Mainak, who is 15 years older than him.

The high school examination was taken by Dam while he was attending Loreto School in Bowbazar. Her grades were excellent and she was awarded scholarships. In his final year of college, Dam earned a degree in Chemistry from the Vidyasagar College, affiliated with the University of Calcutta.

After completing her studies at Rajabazar Science College of Calcutta University, she earned a postgraduate degree in chemistry. Despite learning classical dance and becoming interested in theatre at a young age, she never wanted to become an actress.


Damian Dam began filming Baga Beach, the first Konkani film directed by Laxmikant Shetgaonkar in 2012. During an interview, she said, “I like to work on a wide range of projects, I met Laxmikant Shetgaonkar at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011 and then I heard her script for Baga Beach and I loved it.”.

Working on a Konkani film seemed to be a unique experience, and I realized just 15 to 20 days of engagement would be plenty of time.

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In 2003, she began her television career in Bengali with Jibon Niye Khela, a series on the TV station Jibon. Her next role in television was in Bengali dramas such as Tithir Atithi and Sonar Harin, which aired on ETV Bangla for six years.

In addition to her postgraduate degree in chemistry from Rajabazar Science College, Dam spent her childhood in Kolkata. Her first career choice was to become a chemical researcher or an airline pilot. She began shooting for her debut Bengali film in 2004 but released it only in 2012.


The film was directed by Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha. The first film released by Dam was Agnipariksha, a Ravi Kinagi directorial effort. In the period from 2006 to 2009, she appeared in five Bengali films, gaining fame after that year’s film Kaalbela, starring Goutam Ghose.

A role she played in the Bengali film Chatrak won her international recognition in 2011. The film premiered at the Cannes film festival and at the Toronto and London film festivals in 2012. Besides Hate Story, Dam made her Bollywood debut in Ankur Arora Murder Case, directed by Sohail Tatari, and Vikram Bhatt’s Ankur Arora Murder Case.

As part of the 2016 Hyderabad Bengali Film Festival, she won the Viewers’ Choice Award for Best Actress for her performance in Natoker Moto. Originally from Faridpur (now Bangladesh), Dam was born in Kolkata, West Bengal to a Bengali family.

In her family, Amol and Papiya Dam are her father and mother, respectively. They have a brother named Mainak as well. After passing her Higher Secondary Exam, Dam attended Loreto School in Bowbazar. Her academic performance was good and she is a scholarship winner.

In 1962, Dam graduated with a degree in chemistry from Vidyasagar College, affiliated with the University of Calcutta. Graduated from the Rajabazar Science College Campus of the University of Calcutta, she earned a postgraduate degree in chemistry.

Early on, she learned classical ballet, and she was also interested in theatre, but she was never interested in becoming an actor.

Paoli Dam Wiki biography

NamePaoli Dam
BirthdayOctober 4, 1980
Famous AsModel, Actress
Zodiac SignLibra
Net worth$300K US Dollars
BirthplaceKolkata, West Bengal, India
Heightfeet and inches- 5’3”
Weightkilograms- 51 kg
Body Measurements34-25-35
Shoe size6 (US)
Marital statusMarried
HusbandArjun Dev

Paoli Dam Age 2022

As of 2022 Paoli Dam is 19 years old and her date of birth is August 2, 2002.

Paoli Dam Family

FatherAmol Dam
MotherPapiya Dam
BrotherMainak Dam
Paoli Dam anup soni rahul dev dipannita sharma ki film
Paoli Dam anup soni rahul dev dipannita sharma ki film

Paoli Dam height, weight, etc.

  • Height –5′ 3″
  • Weight – 51 kg
  • Body Measurements – 34-25-35 (Breast: 34 Inches, Waist: 25 Inches, Hips: 35 Inches)
  • Eye Colour – Black
  • Hair Colour – Black

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Television career

The Bengali television serials were the start of Dam’s acting career. A serialized version of Jibon Niye Khela aired on Zee Bangla in 2003 and later in Tithir Atithi, a series of ETV Bangla photos by Jishu Dasgupta aired for six years on ETV Bangla.

Additionally, she has appeared in Tarpor Chand Uthlo, Sonar Harin, and Jaya. It was Bengali television that moulded Dam for a career in film, and she learned many valuable lessons from it.

Bengali film career

The dam began filming Teen Yaari Katha in 2004 but released the film in 2012 after years of anticipation (directed by Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha). The director’s debut feature film was Agnipariksha (2006). Ravi Kinagi directed and Debendra Kuchar produced the film; Dam acted as a supporting character.

Following that film, Anna appeared in Tulkalam (2007), which was directed and produced by Haranath Chakraborty. The lead male and female characters were played by Mithun Chakraborty and Rachana Banerjee.

Dam made her Bengali movie debut with the film I Love You, in which she played the heroine’s friend.[16] She starred in the comedy of mistakes Hochheta Ki, which was directed by Basu Chatterjee, as a Bengali housewife.


After appearing in seven Bengali films in 2009, Dam was brought to people’s attention by the success of Kaalbela (directed by Goutam Ghose). The Naxalite movement, which occurred during the 1980s, served as the backdrop for the film, which was based on a Bengali novel by Samaresh Majumdar.

A film critic praised Dam’s portrayal of Madhabilata, a young Naxalite leader’s girlfriend. This review of The Times of India highlights Pauli, who portrays Madhabilata with such integrity. The pain in her eyes and the romance in her voice make viewers feel as if she really is able to embody the character she is portraying.

Using Kalbela as a platform, Dam said in an interview that it was a “turning point” in her career: “Everyone needs a platform – and Kalbela gave me the platform. There were also six films directed by her that year: Hochchheta Ki, directed by Basu Chatterjee; Jamai Raja, directed by Swapan Saha; Mallick Bari, directed by Rituparno Ghosh; and Shob Charitro Kalponik, directed by Rituparno Ghosh.

Five of the eleven Bengali films Dam appeared in 2010 remain unreleased, including Tara (directed by Bratya Basu), Takhan Teish (directed by Atanu Ghosh), Moner Manush (directed by Goutam Ghose), and Kagojer Bou (directed by Bappaditya Bandyopadhyay).

Dam’s second film with Ghose, Moner Manush, was a drama in which she portrayed Baul Komli. This review finds that Dam made “sincere attempts to portray Kamli”, according to The Times of India. In an interview, Ghose remarked that the actress had learned a lot from working with her.

The Sri Lankan actor starred in Chatrak, directed by Vimukthi Jayasundara, in 2011. A le**ed outtake from the film, in which Paoli, a Bengali girl, is s*xed without body doubles, sparked controversy in India.


As well as her first Hindi film Hate Story, Dam has also appeared in three Bangla films: Bedroom (directed by Mainak Bhaumik), Elar Char Adhyay (directed by Bappaditya Bandyopadhyay), and Teen Yaari Katha (her first production, directed by Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha).

Priyanka, played by Dam, is a bored and irritable housewife; the story of Bedroom is centered around the lives of Kolkata urban couples. The film Elar Char Adhyay is a remake of the novel Char Adhyay written by Rabindranath Tagore and set during the British Raj in India.

Dam portrayed Ela, a teacher who fights for independence for the Indian people. She received praise for her acting; The Indian Express described Dam’s performance on “Hate Story” as “wonderful”, and The Times of India pointed out,

“Those who believed that Paoli’s “Hate Story” outing was merely about being bold will be pleasantly surprised by her sheer maturity in reinterpreting boldness in a context long gone.” The actress performed a supporting role in Teen Yaari Katha. The family album of Mainak Bhaumik also featured Dam.


MMS scandal is at the center of the film, which also stars Swastika Mukherjee. Dam next appeared in Chaya Manush (2014). Her character in the film, directed by Arindam De, was a journalist named Trisha. In later years, Dam appeared in a film directed by Birsa Dasgupta, Obhishopto Nighty (cursed nighty).

The comedy-romantic film featured Dam as Miss Monica, a Bengali bar singer of the 1980s. In an interview with People magazine, Dam claimed that she was initially reticent to accept the role, but realized that it was a “love story”.

She released two more films after that: the drama Sada Canvas, directed by Abhijit Guha, and the romantic comedy Hercules, produced by Sudeshna Roy. Her character, Minu, in Hercules, is described by Dam as a “practical, grounded character with no emotional drive”.

Anjan Das’ Ajana Batash was her first release in 2015, in which she played Deepa, working at a marketing agency in Kolkata, who is depressed despite all the affluence. Among Dam’s upcoming films in the Bengali film industry is Debesh Chattopadhyay’s Natoker Moto – Like a Play,

which I quoted earlier was a “fictional biopic of a renowned actress of the Bengali stage during the 1970s”, Auroni Taukhon by Saurav Chakraborty, a romantic comedy set in the context of communal disturbances, and Tobuo Aparichito by Swarup Ghosh.

anup soni Paoli Dam dipannita sharma rahul dev ki film
anup soni Paoli Dam dipannita sharma rahul dev ki film

Bollywood career

Director Vivek Agnihotri and producer Vikram Bhatt made Dam’s Bollywood debut in Hate Story in 2012. Dam plays Kavyah Krishna, a s*x worker in the film. After shoving one of India’s biggest business tycoons, she and her friend Vicky pull off a caper. Compared to other actors in the film, Dam’s performance was somewhat underwhelming.

The Times of India reports: Paoli Dam is not only very good at playing the role of the female lead, but also very good at acting. There is no pathos in her narration that would allow you to feel fervent empathy for her character.

The actress still manages to pull off her role well, despite the fact that her act is not accomplished. The film’s commercial success inspired producer Vikram Bhatt to plan a sequel with Surveen Chawla replacing Dam. The next film Dam appeared in was Ankur Arora Murder Case, directed by Vikram Bhatt.

The film is based on the true story of an operating room death attributed to medical malpractice. The film is directed by Sohail Tatari. It features Dam as an attorney fighting for justice. The actress said about her role: “It’s a fairly de-glamourized role that’s quite real and real life-like.

It’s one I really enjoyed playing.” Taran Adarsh, an Indian film critic, and journalist, called Dam after seeing the film in Mumbai and said that she should work more in Bollywood. Tam appeared as a dancer in Satish Kaushik’s comedy-horror film Gang of Ghosts (2014).

The film, directed by Subhash Sehgal, is titled Yaara Silly Silly. She will also join Kay Kay Menon and Raveena Tandon in Ashuu Trikha’s thriller Jee Jaan Se (come April 2013) as a homemaker whose life is torn apart by the death of her husband.

An article in The Times of India from 25 April 2013 reported that Dam has been offered a third film (also a thriller) after working in two Vikram Bhatt films.

Other films

Laxmikant Shetgaonkar directed the Konkani film Baga Beach, in which Dam was involved in 2012. Shetgaonkar gave her this script after meeting him at the Cannes film festival in 2011; he liked it and thought I would enjoy working on a Konkani film. And it would be a great experience to commit 15 to 20 days to a film.”.

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Paoli Dam anup soni rahul dev


2006AgniparikshaRabi Kinagi
I Love You
Haranath Chakraborty
Rabi Kinagi
2008Aamar Pratigya
Hochchheta ki
Swapan Saha
Basu Chatterjee
Jamai Raja
Box No. 1313
Mallick Bari
Shob Charitro Kalponik
Gautam Ghosh
Swapan Saha
Aniruddha Bhattacharya
Anirban Chakraborty, P. J. Joseph
Rituparno Ghosh
Raja Sen
2010Thana Theke
Takhan Teish
Mati O Manush
Kagojer Bou
Bangla Banchao
Moner Manush
Saran Dutta
Bratya Basu
Atanu Ghosh
Bappaditya Bandyopadhyay
Anjan Das
Anup Sengupta
Gautam Ghose
2011Ajob Prem Ebong…
Someday Somewhere… Jete Pari Chole
Bangla Bachao
Arindam Dey
Sanghamitra Chowdhury
Vimukthi Jayasundara
Anup Sengupta
Teen Yaari Katha
Hate Story
Elar Char Adhyay
Mainak Bhaumik
Sudeshna Roy, Abhijit Guha
Vivek Agnihotri
Bappaditya Bandyopadhyay
2013Hoi Choi
Sweetheart Promotion
Ankur Arora Murder Case
Family Album
Baga Beach
Debarati Gupta
Arup Bhanja
Snhasish Chakraborty
Suhail Tatari
Mainak Bhaumik
Laxmikant Shetgaonkar
2014Chaya Manush
Obhishopto Nighty
Gang of Ghosts
Sada Canvas
Arindam Mamdo De
Birsa Dasgupta
Satish Kaushik
Subrata Sen
Sudeshna Roy and Abhijit Guha
Sanjoy Nag
2015Ajana Batas
Tobuo Aparichito
Auroni Taukhon
Natoker Moto – Like a Play
Yaara Silly Silly
Anjan Das
Swarup Ghosh
Saurav Chakraborty
Debesh Chattopadhyay
Subhash Sehgal
Srijit Mukherjee
Kamaleshwar Mukherjee
Maacher Jhol
Hashibur Reza Kallol
Pratim D. Gupta
Rick Basu
2018MaatiSaibal Banerjee & Leena Gangopadhyay
2019Tritiya AdhyayManoj Michigan
2019KontthoShiboprosad Mukherjee and Nandita Roy
2019PasswordKamaleswar Mukherjee
2019SanjhbatiSaibal Banerjee & Leena Gangopadhyay
2020BulbbulAnvita Dutt
2020Raat Baaki HaiAvinash Das
2020Love Aaj Kal PorshuPratim D. Gupta
2023Lawho Gouranger Naam ReSrijit Mukherji
2023PalanKaushik Ganguly


1999Jibon Niye Khela
Tithir Atithi
Tarpor Chand Uthlo
Sonar Harin
Zee Bangla
ETV Bangla
Tara TV
ETV Bangla
Tara TV
2016MahanayakStar Jalsha

Web series

2022The Great Indian MurderShabnam Saxena

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Where is Paoli Dam now?

In addition to having appeared in the film Hate Story, Palol Dam is a popular Bengali actor. In addition to her film work, Palol Dam has also appeared in other movies. In 2020, the actor will release a Hindi film called Bulbul which marks her comeback to the industry.

Here are 5 things to know about the veteran Bengali actress

1. An early screening of Paoli Dam’s 2011 feature Chatrak was held at Cannes in 2011, and was also shown at Toronto and the United Kingdom film festivals. Vikram Bhatt offered her Hate Story following a controversy related to a scene in the film. Paoli appeared in the movie’s poster topless.

As for my identity and character on the poster, I had no idea that they would remain under wraps. I had a lot of people who knew I was doing the film ask me who was on the poster when the poster featuring my back was released.

Times of India quoted the actress as saying, “I asked them to wait and watch”. The lawyer later worked on the Suhail Tatari-directed Ankur Arora Murder Case.

2. For her performance in Natoker Moto, Dam won the Viewers’ Choice Award for Best Actress at the Hyderabad Bengali Film Festival (2016). In addition, she was awarded the Zee Cine Award (2017) for the best female actor (Bangla) for the film Khawto.

A nomination also went to Paoli in the category of best actress, Series (Drama) at the Filmfare OTT Awards (2020).

3. During his time at Rajabazar Science College, Pali studied chemistry post-gradually. In the beginning, Pali wanted to become either a chemical researcher or a pilot.

4. In addition to classical dance, Paoli Dam is fascinated by theatre. However, she has always had no interest in becoming an actor.

5. As Ela, a group of young revolutionaries’ emancipated teacher, Paoli portrayed Adhyay Char in Elar Char Adhyay Paoli. Rabindranath Tagore wrote Char Adhyay, which is adapted for the screen. “Surety Dam” was described as “wonderful” in the Indian Express.

There will be many pleasantly surprised by Paoli’s sheer maturity in reinterpreting boldness into the context of an era long past.” She reaffirmed this in the Times of India: “Those who thought Paoli’s “Hate Story” was all about being bold will be pleasantly surprised by her sheer maturity.”

Through her memorable performances in both the Bengali and Hindi entertainment industries, Palole Dam has proven the calibre of her talent time and time again. We would like to wish her many years of success and look forward to seeing her in several other projects in the near future.

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