ParthoSarathi Banerjee is professionally known as Victor Banerjee. He is a prominent actor of Indian Film Industry. He was born in a descendant family of Raja Bahadur of Chanchal. He studied at St. Edmund’s School, Shillong. She finished his literature in English in St. Xavier’s College, Calcutta. He is also a Post Graduate in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University.
He always wished to achieve as an actor. He got a scholarship offer from Trinity College, Dublin. He was given responsibility to be a lead Operatic Tenor. He started working for Calcutta Light Opera Group as a lead tenor. The first song they produced was The Desert Song.
Victor slowly made himself into acting. His first film was screened in 1984 with the title A Passage to India. He got so popular among the western audience. He became an international actor by performing in Hindi, English, Assamese and Bengali films. He has acted in Mahaprithivi, GhareBaire, Shatranj Je Jhilari and many more movies with leading directors.
He is recently in most of the Bollywood movies alongside playing character actor for British movies. Victor Banerjee has won many honours and awards. In 1986, he was nominated for the BAFTA Award. He even won NBR Award and Evening Standard British Film Award. He was honoured in Louisiana at a special event in 1985 where Loretta Awit and John Travolta were also honoured.
Victor has also received Best Supporting Actor Award for GhareBairey film. He is the first Indian actor to win National Award in three different categories. At the Houston International Film Festival his documentary film Where No Journeys End brought him Gold Award.