Dolon Roy

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Dolon Roy
Born (1970-02-22) 22 February 1970 (age 51)
(m. 2020)

Dolon Roy (also spelt as Dolon Ray) is a Bengali actress, based in Kolkata, India.[3]

Early life

She was born in Kolkata to Dilip and Dipika Roy on 22 February 1970. Roy graduated from the Charuchandra College and subsequently earned a postgraduate degree in science from the University of Calcutta.[3][4] She is the wife of actor Dipankar Dey.[4]


Year Title Role Language
1991 Sajani Go Sajani Bengali
1992 Apan Par Bengali
1995 Kakababu Here Gelen? Bengali
1996 Sanghat Bengali
1997 Gudgudee Mano Hindi
2011 Charuulata[5] Bengali
2013 Alik Sukh Bengali
2017 Thammar Boyfriend Bengali
2018 Drishtikone Nurse Bengali


Year Title Role Language Channel
2009-2014 Maa....Tomay Chara Ghum Ashena Mohini Chatterjee Bengali Star Jalsha
2014-2015 Thik Jeno Love Story Krishna Bengali Star Jalsha
2015 Mon Niye Kachakachi Parama Sanyal Bengali Star Jalsha
2013-2016 Tomay Amay Mile Abha Sundari Bengali Star Jalsha
2010-2014[6] Tora's Mother Bengali Star Jalsha
Care Kori Na Bengali Star Jalsha
Byomkesh Bakshi (TV Series) Mohini[7] Bengali
2016-2018 Bojhena Se Bojhena Khushi's mother Bengali Star Jalsha
2016-2018 Stree Nomita Bengali Zee Bangla
2017-2018 Bhojo Gobindo Sudha Sen Bengali Star Jalsha
Aloy Bhuban Bhora Bengali
Seemarekha Ranjana Roy Bengali Star Jalsha
Pratibimbo Rani Bengali Zee Bangla
2019-2021 Alo Chhaya Alokananda Sengupta Bengali Zee Bangla
2020-Present Jibon Saathi Durba Bengali Zee Bangla
2020-Present Khelaghor Somdatta Chatterjee Bengali Star Jalsha



  1. ^ "Age is just a number! Actors Dipankar De and Dolon Roy get hitched". The Times of India. 18 January 2020. Retrieved 18 January 2020.
  2. ^ "বিয়ে করলেন দীপঙ্কর দে ও দোলন রায়, দেখুন বিয়ের অ্যালবাম". (in Bengali). News18 Bangla. 17 January 2020. Retrieved 18 January 2020.
  3. ^ a b About Dolon
  4. ^ a b "Biography on Gomolo". Archived from the original on 11 October 2018. Retrieved 22 August 2012.
  5. ^ "Dolon Roy interview". WBRi. Retrieved 23 August 2012.
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  8. ^ "44th National Film Awards" (PDF). Directorate of Film Festivals. Retrieved 9 January 2012.
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