Agnidev Chatterjee is one of Bengal’s filmmakers, having directed three consecutive back-to-back hits (Charuulata 2011, 3 Kanya and Mrs. Sen) in one calendar year. (2012-2013)
He is currently[when?] shooting his most ambitious Hindi film venture Tere Ane Se in and around Mumbai, Nasik, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Agra, Delhi, Shimla, Manali, Rohtang, Goa and London with a cast from the Mumbai film industry.
He was born in 1965 in Calcutta, and started early in his chosen profession. His association with the Bengal television industry in India for the last twenty years has yielded over five thousand hours of television programming. From popular sitcoms to news, from current affairs to television drama-series and made-for-television films, he has directed almost all the genres of television program that exist today. He was also the Executive Producer of the National Award winning English Feature Film 15 Park Avenue, directed by Aparna Sen and the critically acclaimed film Yatra, directed by Goutam Ghose.
The directorial debut of Agnidev Chatterjee Probhu Noshto Hoi Jai, (Lord Let the Devil Steal My Soul) was nominated for Golden Crow Pheasant at the Kerala Film Festival. shot in stark black-and-white, explores the gray areas of human conscience in man-woman sexuality that flouts barriers of age, status and relationship. Agnidev Chatterjee's second film Charuulata 2011 is inspired by Rabindranath Tagore's short story, Noshtonirh, earlier the source for the Satyajit Ray classic. Significantly different, it veers away from the confines of the period drama, and sets it in time contemporary, with its inherent complexities and moral chaos. Agnidev Chatterjee's third film 3 Kanya is a diabolical tale of passion, crime, lust and inevitable retribution