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    Born 27 July 1967 (age 55)

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    Years active 1989–present

    Rahul Bose (born 27 July 1967) is an Indian actor, director, screenwriter, and social activist. Bose has appeared in Bengali films such as , , , , and . He has also appeared in Hindi films such as , , , , , and . He also played the antagonist in the Tamil thriller (2013) and its sequel.[1] magazine named him "the superstar of Indian arthouse cinema" while named him "the Sean Penn of Oriental cinema"[2] for his work in parallel cinema films like and . He is also notable for his social activism: he participated in the relief efforts that followed the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami and is also the founder of the anti-discrimination NGO, The Foundation.[3]

    Contents

    1 Early life

    2 Stage and film career

    2.1 Early career: 1993–2003

    2.2 2003–present 3 Filmography

    3.1 Playback singing

    3.2 Writer/director 3.3 Producer 3.4 Television 3.5 Stage 4 Awards 5 Sports career 6 Activism 7 Personal life 8 References 9 External links

    Early life[edit]

    Rahul Bose was born to father Rupen and mother Kumud Bose on 27 July 1967.[4]

    Bose's first acting role was at the age of six when he played the lead character in a school play, . As a child he took an interest in sports after his mother introduced him to boxing and rugby union.[5] He also played cricket and was coached by former India cricket captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi.[6]

    He is an alumnus of the Cathedral and John Connon School in Mumbai. After being rejected by a number of American universities, Bose attended Sydenham College. While at the college he played on the school's rugby team and competed in the Western India Championships, winning a silver medal in boxing. After his mother's death in 1987, Bose began working as a copywriter at Rediffusion and was later promoted to advertising creative director. Bose left the job to become a full-time actor after the release of his first film, .[5]

    Stage and film career[edit]

    Early career: 1993–2003[edit]

    Bose started his acting career on the Mumbai stage in Rahul D'Cunha's and . D'Cunha's aunt was the casting director for director Dev Benegal's film and suggested that Bose should play the lead role. After filming a screen test, Benegal decided to cast him as civil servant Agastya Sen.[4] Based on the novel of the same name by Upamanyu Chatterjee, was one of the first Hinglish films and gained Bose international recognition when it became the first Indian film to be purchased by 20th Century Fox and won several awards at international film festivals.[7]

    After Bose found work in television; he was offered a role in India's first English-language television serial, and also co-hosted BBC World's with Laila Rouass. In 1998 he appeared in Kaizad Gustad's with Naseeruddin Shah and starred in Dev Benegal's second film, . To prepare for his role as a roving water vendor, Bose lived in Mumbai's slums and observed a drug dealer for two weeks.[8] He later cited this time—along with the 2002 Gujarat riots—as the beginning of the awakening of his social conscience.[9] Although was controversial in India because of its depictions of sexual abuse,[10][11] Bose received the Silver Screen Award for Best Asian Actor at the 2000 Singapore International Film Festival for his performance.[5] He also performed abroad in the Leicester Haymarket in England where he starred in the English version of Tim Murari's play, .[12][13]

    In 1997, Bose was cast to play the role of Saleem Sinai in the BBC adaptation of Salman Rushdie's novel . The project was eventually canceled after the Indian and Sri Lankan governments refused to allow filming.[14] After seeing Bose in , director Govind Nihalani cast him in the villain role opposite Ajay Devgan in the mainstream film . The film was not a financial success,[15] although Bose received positive reviews.[16]

    Bose also appeared as "Vikal" a villain in the 1998 Science fiction TV series Captain Vyom

    In 2001, Bose made his directorial debut with . Starring Rehaan Engineer and Koel Purie and featuring Bose in a supporting role, received mixed reviews from critics, but won Bose the runner-up John Schlesinger Award for best directorial debut at the 2003 Palm Springs International Film Festival.[17] In 2002, Bose starred opposite Konkona Sen Sharma in Aparna Sen's art film . The film, a critique of communal violence, was a critical success and won several awards at international film festivals as well as three National Film Awards.[18][19]

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    The correct answer is option 2 i.e Rugby Rahul Bose is an Indian film actor who appeared in various Bengali and Hindi Movies. He is associated with Rug

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    The correct answer is option 2 i.e Rugby

    Rahul Bose is an Indian film actor who appeared in various Bengali and Hindi Movies.

    He is associated with Rugby.

    He was part of the first national rugby team to play in an international event, the Asian Rugby football union championship.

    He has played both scrum-half and right-winger positions.

    Rugby Governing Body: India Rugby Football Union

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