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N. Viswanathan (1929–2010)

N. Viswanathan was born in 1929 in Vellore, Madras Presidency, British India. He was an actor, known for Baba (2002), Kichhhu Sanlap Kichhu Pralap (1999) and Tomar Rakte Amar Sohag (1993). He died on November 17, 2010 in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. See full bio »

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Known For

Baba
Baba Baba's Father
(2002)
Barnali
Barnali Dr. Shaileshwar Ghosh (Aloka's Betrothed)
(1963)

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 2003 Byatikrami
 2003 Abar Aranye
 2002 Baba
Baba's Father
 1998 Aparajita
 1996 The Peacock Spring (TV Movie)
Sir Mahadeva
 1991 Katha Deelam
 1984 Mohanar Dike
 1983 Sagar Balaka
 1981 Saheb
 1980 Priyatama
 1980 Paka Dekha
 1977 Swati (as N. Bishwanathan)
 1971 Khuje Berai
Principal
 1967 Jiban mrityu
 1966 Subhashchandra (as N. Bishwanathan)
 1963 Barnali
Dr. Shaileshwar Ghosh (Aloka's Betrothed)
 1962 Kanchenjungha
Bannerjee
 1961 Punasha
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N. Bishwanathan | N. Vishwanathan
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Father of Ashoke Viswanathan.

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