Jyotika Jyoti is a Bangladeshi Model and actress. She was born in 11 September in Gouripur, Mymensigh. She stepped into the showbiz as a model. After that she started acting in TV Dramas, followed by acting in films. Though she first get popularity with her acting in TV Dramas, the talented artist is now rarely seen on the small screen, ash she’s more occupied on celluloid. She debuted in silver screen with Dhallywood Film “Aina” directed by noted film actress and politician Sarah Begum Kabori.
Jyotika Jyoti was born in 11 September in Gouripur, Mymensigh. She is a post graduate in English Literature from Anandamohan University College, Mymensingh. While studying in College, she participated in a Local Theater Drama. After pack up, someone in the Audience informed her that, popular Dhallywood Actress Sarah Begum Kabori is planning to make a film, and Jyotika Jyoti should contact her. After contacting with Sarah Begum Kabari, she was selected. She debuted in silver screen with Dhallywood Film “Aina”. Though, the film performed average in Box Office.
To pursue a career in showbiz, she moved to Dhaka. She participated in Lux Anandadhara Photogenic 2004 (Most prestigious beauty pageant of the nation that time). After going through days of hard work and different levels of talent analysis, she was crowned the winner of the contest. After that she started working as a model, followed by acting in TV Dramas.
Her acting performance in TV Dramas are well recived by nationwide small screen audiences and she became hugely popular in a short span of time. In an interview she claimed that the TV Dramas responsible for her popularity are Animesh Aich’s “Ekti Jhorakranto Shefali Gachh”, Dipankar Dipan’s “Shopnojaal”, Naresh Bhuiyan’s “Mrittushokhigon”, Bikram Khan’s “Shironamhin”, Syed Awlad’s “Chaturbhuj”, Fazlur Rahman’s “Shopnochura”, Saidul Anam Tutul’s “Alok Nagar”, Ferdous Hasan’s “Dahan”, Syed Shakil’s “Rangila Bao”, Tonmoy Tanshen’s “Danguli” and Akram Khan’s “Nabila Chorit”.
Some of Jyotika Jyoti’s other notable TV Dramas are Salauddin Lavlu’s “Ochol” and “Kotha Dilam Toh”, Sohel Arman’s “Four Cactus”, GM Saikat’s “Meyetike”, Gazi Faruk’s “Gozai Doctor”, Abdullah Rana’s “Shey Achhe Shey Nei”, Hossain Muhammad Bela’s “The Sound of Silence”, “Hath-er Rekha Kotha Bole”, “Nithua Pathare”, “Ronger Shongshar”, “Putul Nach-er Itikotha”, “Ohonkar”, Habib Masud’s “Motijheel C/A”, Shahriar Nazim Joy’s “Ghuri Urey”, Kaisar Ahmed’s “Mohon Banshi”, Sayeed Tareq’s “Shopnobilash”, Mizanur Rahman Labu’s “Haat” and Al Hazen’s “Shamikaran”.
Jyotika Jyoti’s second film was “Nondito Noroke” directed by Belal Ahmed which was based on novel with the same name by Humayun Ahmed. This film was a critical hit. Other casts of the film includes Ferdaus, Shimul, Litu Anam, Afroza Banu, Khayrul Alam Shabuj and Keramat Mawla.
In 2009 she acted in Tanvir Mokammel’s film “Rabeya: The Sister”. The film is a deconstruction of Sophocles’ drama “Antigone” on the backdrop of the Bangladesh liberation war of 1971. The film was funded by The Hubert Bals Fund (HBF), which is intended to support remarkable films by innovative and talented filmmakers from all around the globe. This film was also a critical success. The cast of the film “Rabeya: The Sister) includes Bannya Mirza, Aly Zaker, Tauquir Ahmed, Arman Parvez Murad, Abul Hayat, Masum Aziz, Keramat Maula, Chitralekha Guha and Jyotika Jyoti. After that she had a break for 3 years from the silver screen.
In 2012 Joyotika Jyoti acted in the film “Bedeni”. The film was based on Tarashankar Bondyopadhyay’s Story of the same name. The film is directed by Abul Kalam Azad. In 2013, Joyotika Jyoti acted in another movie of Tanvir Mokammel, “Jibondhuli: The Drummer”. The film is about a low-caste Hindu drummer during the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971. The film has received Script Award from Hubert Bals Fund (HBF), Rotterdam Film Festival and a grant from the Ministry of Information, Government of Bangladesh. The main cast of the film includes Shatabdi Wadud, Ramendu Majumder, Tabibul Islam Babu, Wahida Mallik Joly, Chittralekha Guha, Joytika Joyti, Iqbal Hossain, Poresh Archyaja, Uttam Guha, Rimu Khankder, Riaz Mahmud Jewel, Mrinal Dutta, Jamilur Rahman Shakha etc. The film is produced by Kino-Eye Films.