Kanti Shah is a Bollywood director, producer and writer of B grade and C grade Hindi movies specially Horror and Adult movies. He is best known for directing films featuring Mithun Chakraborty and Dharmendra in later half of the nineties, like Gunda in 1998, Loha in 1997 and the most popular "Kanti Shah ke Angoor". Gunda has achieved a near cult-film status due to its hilariously bad plot, acting and general lack of any aesthetic value and is rated 8.3 on IMDB. He casts actress Sapna in most of his movies. He lives in Dosti Acres, Wadala East, a ghetto suburb of Mumbai. Veteran B-grade movie producer Sudeep Mukherjee has served as his casting director in almost all of his films. He also made a cameo in his hit film 'Fauji Fauj Mein Padosi Mauj Mei'.
Tushar Kanti Ghosh was a very prominent Bengali author and journalist who penned several novels and short stories. He was closely associated with Amrita Bazar Patrika publications in Kolkata. He was a recipient of the civilian honour of the Padma Bhushan.
Anna Santisteban (November 3, 1914 – May 18, 2003) was a Puerto Rican businesswoman and beauty entrepreneur who presided the Miss Puerto Rico beauty pageant. This beauty contest was in charge of selecting the Puerto Rican delegate to compete for the title of Miss Universe, though other of its participants represented the Caribbean island in many other beauty competitions as well.
Kanti Prasad Bajpai is an Indian academic-analyst and a former headmaster of The Doon School, Dehradun, India, and is a notable international affairs analyst on Indian television. He is known to be an expert on Indo-China relations. He is currently a professor at National University of Singapore and was the Vice-Dean for Research of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.
Sunil Kanti Roy, better known as S. K. Roy, is an Indian entrepreneur, business person and the managing director of Peerless Group, a Kolkata -based conglomerate, which has interests in finance, healthcare, insurance, automobiles and securities. An alumnus of the City College, Kolkata, he took over the responsibilities from his elder brother, B. K. Roy, after his death, as the managing director of the Group in 1985. He is one among the High-net-worth individuals from West Bengal.