Arindol Bagchi is an Indian film actor who has acted in many Bengali films. He first appeared in films in the year 2003. His debut film was Vacation Blues. He appeared as a Hotel Manager in the film. Subrata Sen had directed the film. It was released on 14 February 2013 and was a Bengali film. For the next few years, he did not appear in any films. Then he appeared in the bengali film Minister Fatakesto in the year 2007. It was directed by Swapan Saha while Mithun Chakraborty, Koyel Mallick, Soumitrav Chatterjee played the lead roles in the film. In the year 2008, Arindol Bagchi appeared in the film Tolly Lights. Arjun Chakraborty directed the film wherein Arindol Bagchi, Anindya, and Kamalika played the lead roles in the film. It was released on February 29. He then appeared in the film Tintorettor Jishu in the same year.

Sandip Ray directed the film, and it was released on December 12, 2008. It was a crime adventure family thriller. He then appeared in the film Kaalbela and Chaowa Pawa in 2009. In the year 2010, he appeared in the film Just Another Love Story as Prashanta. Kaushik Ganguly and Rituparno Ghosh wrote and directed the film. It was released on September 24. He then appeared in the film ' The Japanese Wife' in the same year. He starred as Maliman in the film. He appeared in Byomkesh Bakshi and Autograph in 2010. He also appeared in the film 'ItiMrinalini: An Unfinished Letter' as a journalist at the Studio in 2010. In the year 2011, he appeared as a constable at graveyard in the film Baishe Srabon. It was directed by Srijit Mukherji, and it was a mystery thriller drama. He also appeared in the films Hatey Roilo Pistol, when he was 23 and Bye Bye Bangkok in the same year.

In the next year Arindol Bagchi appeared in the film Abar Byomkesh as Nakulesh Sarkar. Anjan Dutt directed the film. It was a mystery thriller, and was released on March 23, 2012. He also appeared in the TV series Checkmate in an episode. He then appeared in the film Chittagong as Bhavani Lal. It was directed by Bedabrata Pain, and it was action war drama. The film won three National Awards. In the year 2013, he appeared as a Police officer in the film Proloy. It was directed by Raj Chakraborty, and it was a crime genre film. In the year 2014, he appeared in the film Ghuri and Buno Haansh. He also appeared in the film 'Game: He Plays to Win' as A.C.P. Raghav Sen. It was directed by Baba Yadav andwas an action movie. Arindol Bagchi appeared in the television series Byomkesh as Bidhu Babu in 2014. In the year 2015, he appeared in the films Detective Byomkesh Bakshy as Ashwini Babu and as Surapati in the film Byomkesh Bakshi.