Indian entrepreneur, author, and director who is known for his work directing the IIPM Think Tank at the Indian Institute of Planning and Management. He is also known for his work as a film producer and is credited with having worked on Do Dooni Chaar and Faltu.
He started his carer as the Honorary Dean for the IIPM Centre for Economic Research and Advanced Studies. He was then appointed as a member of the Consultative Committee for the Planning Commission of the Government of India. He then started his career as a film producer when he helped fund and finance Rok Sako To Rok Lo.
He has won several awards for his film endeavors and entrepreneurship work including the Priyadarshini Memorial Award for Excellent contribution to Management from the Priyadarshini Academy in Mumbai in 2006 and the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in English in 2007 for his work on The Last Lear.
He is the son of Malayendra Kisor Chaudhuri who originally founded the Indian Institute of Planning and Management. He is married to Rajita Chaudhuri.