|BIRTHDAY||4 August, 1905|
|BIRTH PLACE||Ahiritola , Kolkata , West Bengal|
|AGE (in 1991)||86 Years Old|
Birendra Krishna Bhadra was born on 4th August 1905 in Ahiritola his maternal home, in north Kolkata. He was an Indian broadcaster, play writer, actor and theatre director from Kolkata.
Birendra Krishna Bhadra had the privilege to grow up in a very musical family. From a very early age, he showed keen interest singing and acting. At a very early age, Birendra Krishna was diagnosed with life-threatening disease diphtheria. An English doctor whom they consulted, after examining Birendra Krishna said he can save his life but won’t be able to safeguard his vocal cord. His life was saved but since then his voice became very different from other normal people.
Birendra Krishna was adept in almost all forms of broadcasting. He was at once a sports commentator, singer, scriptwriter, drama producer, drama artist, announcer, & special programme presenter. His presentation of reply to listener’s letters in the programme 'Sabinoy Nibedan' was immensely popular. His special programme scripted & presented by him 'Birupakheyr Asar', a humorous commentary on the travails of the common man is still fondly remembered by many for its breezy language & clever dialogues.
Birendra Krishna Bhadra died on 03-11-1991 in Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
|DEATHDAY||DEATH PLACE||DEATH COUNTRY|
|3 November, 1991||Kolkata, West Bengal||India|