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In 2002, Bose starred opposite Konkona Sen Sharma in Aparna Sen's art film Mr. In 2003, Bose entered mainstream Bollywood cinema with Jhankaar Beats in which he played one of two friends, R. Burman fans who are obsessed with winning a music competition.Boosted by a successful soundtrack, Jhankaar Beats was a surprise hit in urban multiplexes The same year, Bose appeared in another Bollywood film, Mumbai Matinee which saw a UK release.Ten musical productions from Morris County high schools have been nominated or given honorable mentions in the 2016 Rising Star awards presented by Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn.The winners will be announced on June 7 during an awards ceremony at the big theater in Millburn, beginning at p.m.Rahul Bose (born 27 July 1967) is an Indian film actor, director, screenwriter, social activist, and rugby player. He has also appeared in Hindi films such as Pyaar Ke Side Effects, Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam, Jhankaar Beats, Kucch Luv Jaisaa, Chameli and Shaurya. Iyer, Kalpurush, Anuranan, Antaheen, Laptop and The Japanese Wife.Bose's second film pairing with Konkona Sen Sharma, 15 Park Avenue released in January 2006.Directed by Aparna Sen and filmed in English, 15 Park Avenue won the 2006 National Film Award for Best Feature Film in English.

In 1997, Bose was cast to play the role of Saleem Sinai in the BBC adaptation of Salman Rushdie's novel Midnight's Children.Based on the novel of the same name by Upamanyu Chatterjee, English, August was one of the first Hinglish films and gained Bose international recognition when it became the first Indian film to be purchased by 20th Century Fox and won several awards at international film festivals.After English, August Bose found work in television; he was offered a role in India's first English-language television serial, A Mouthful of Sky and also co-hosted BBC World's Style! In 1998 he appeared in Kaizad Gustad's Bombay Boys with Naseeruddin Shah and starred in Dev Benegal's second film, Split Wide Open.Kaalpurush, Bose's second Bengali film, was released commercially in April 2008.Kaalpurush details a father-son relationship and earned writer-director Buddhadev Dasgupta a National Film Award for Best Feature Film.