Tollygunge is a locality in the southern part of Kolkata, West Bengal.

The area has excellent access to the rest of the city as well as high-quality infrastructure. Several of the important roadways, including Prince Anwar Shah Road, NSC Bose Road, and SP Mukherjee Road, improve the area’s connection. Together with the Tollygunge Railway Station, Tollygunge has a dedicated metro station called Mahanayak Uttam Kumar metro station (Blue Line). To go to their destinations, people may simply use the services of buses, taxis, and auto-rickshaws. The region is getting more and more renowned every day for having the best interior standards and other sorts of advancements that make life simpler for the locals.

There have some eminent builders groups are DTC Group, Siddha Group, Merlin Group, Kosmic Estate, etc. The average land area is between 1 acre – 11 acres. Although it’s constantly evolving as investors try to optimize their profits and respond to market demands. 2 BHK and 3 BHK are the most common room configurations in the area. The estimated cost for 2bhk on sale is Rs. 55 lacs -Rs. 62 lacs, 3bhk it’s in the range of Rs. 80 Lacs – 1.62 Cr ( duplex).

Indrapuri Studio and Technician Studio, a favourite hangout for the late filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh, are located in the region, which is the epicentre of the Bengali film industry, often known by the moniker Tollywood (who happens to be an alumnus of Jadavpur University, located in neighbouring Jadavpur). There is also the former NH1 studio, and recently a number of new ones have appeared.

The metro station, city buses operated by the Calcutta Tramways business, and the tram all have terminal locations in Tollygunge.

Beginning in 2009, the Metro’s service area was expanded to include New Garia and beyond Tollygunge by the overground expansion of the Metro Train. So, it is considerably easier to travel by metro if one’s workplace is located in one of the office para areas, such as Park Street, Camac Street, or LL Nehru Road.

Some renowned projects of the locality: