Years active 1970–present
Spouse Deepa Mullick
Children Koyel Mullick
anjit Mullick (Bengali: রঞ্জিত মল্লিক b. 1944)is a prominent Bengali film actor. He studied at the Asutosh College and later at the Shyamaprasad College of the University of Calcutta
He started his career with acclaimed Bengali director Mrinal Sen’s film Interview (1971). He received the International Best Actor Award from Karlovy Vary for his act in his debut film.
He become a popular romantic hero in the 1970s and featured in memorbale films like Mouchak, Devi Chaudharani, Raag Anuraag, Sayang Siddha.
Satyajit Ray cast him in his film Shakha Proshakha, where he played the role of a young man who was caught between values and tradition.
Then came Shatru, the 1980 blockbuster which transformed him from a romantic hero to an angry action hero. His acting along with Bengali director Anjan Chowdhury’s direction made Shatru a landmark movie in Bengali cinema.
After the demise of Uttam Kumar, Ranjit Mullick held the Bengali film industry together till the emergence of Prosenjit. His daughter, Koyel Mullick is also a leading actress in the Bengali film industry.