About Jyoti Chitraban

Jyoti Chitraban, named after Assamese film pioneer Rupknowar Jyoti Prasad Agarwala, is a premier film studio of the entire North-Eastern region.

Established on a beautiful hillock of Narakasur, Kahilipara, Guwahati, Jyoti Chitraban started its journey on January 17th, 1968, with a view to mitigating various difficulties faced by the film-producing entrepreneurs of the North-east.

The film studio in Jyoti Chitraban was later converted into a registered society in 1973 inducting both official and non-official (film personalities) as members of the Jyoti Chitraban Film Studio Society.

The only film studio of its kind in the entire North-East, Jyoti Chitraban since its inception has been extending laudable and indispensable technical support for the growth and sustenance of the film and television industry of the region for nearly 50 years.


Jyoti Chitraban is the largest film, video, audio and television programme facility provider of the region. The Society with its little less than 10 acre campus possesses basic infrastructure like a fully equipped indoor shooting floor, including make-up and dressing rooms; an online floor, a mini film city and hillock for outdoor shooting. There is a state-of-art-conditioned post-production studio. It has an auditorium with projection theatre which also serves the purpose of film shows, workshop and seminars. The Society has a Mixing Studio as well as Recording theatre for dubbing, background music, songs, audio & video albums. Jyoti Chitraban lets out film and video equipment at a subsidized rate. That includes two mobile power generator vans, floor cranes, dolly-trolley-cum-crane and other camera support items, including the newly installed cool-lights like HMI, PAR, Softy & Kino Flow. For digital movie production, Alexa XT-Super 35 mm digital movie camera launched in 2013 along with motorized lighting grid and Jimmy Jibs are also available to make life easy for filmmakers and producers alike.

Inauguration of a digital archive on December 31st, 2016, dedication of the first-of-its-kind multi-purpose facility “Sudhakantha Bhupen Hazarika Shooting Floor” and a newly constructed guest house in the name of Swargajyoti Baruah, actress of the second Assamese feature Film Indramalati, are the facilities created under provisions of the Assam Accord.