Chaitali De, originally from Alipurduar, West Bengal, India, is a multi-talented individual with a diverse educational background. She holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English Literature from India, as well as a Master’s in Business Administration from the USA. Alongside her academic pursuits, Chaitali is trained in Indian Classical Music.
Chaitali is a dedicated individual who holds multiple roles within the artistic community. She serves as a board member in Aabaha, demonstrating her commitment to the organization’s goals and vision.
Chaitali is a talented individual with a strong passion for the arts and a deep connection to Bengali culture. She has actively participated in various theater productions, showcasing her talent and dedication. Her involvement extends beyond acting, as she also holds the important role of a playwright and the chief editor of “Apar Bangla,” a web-based Bengali literary magazine.
Chaitali has been involved in plays such as “Mukhosh,” “Boro Pishima,” and “Poshupoti Opera” with Atlanta Theatre Workshop, as well as “Antu Bancheni,” “Mesh O Rakhhosh,” and “Nishongo Somrat” with Abhinayam. Her contributions also extend to productions like “Adhe-Adure” and “Harappa House” with Dhoop Chaaon. Chaitali’s dedication to the arts is further exemplified by her performances in Aabaha’s productions, including “Astitwo,” “Sundor,” and “Patolbabu Filmstar.”