P.C. Sorcar, Jr.
P.C. Sorcar, Jr. (formal name Prodip Chandra Sorcar) (born 31 July 1946 - ) is an Indian magician based in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. He is the son of legendary Indian magician P. C. Sorcar. He is also the recipient of Merlin Award in Magic.
|P.C. Sorcar, Jr.|
|Born||July 31, 1946|
He holds a Doctorate degree in applied psychology from the University of Calcutta. He is better known for his magic known as Indrajaal. His First stage-show: assisted his father at Kolkatas New Empire in 1959. First solo performance: at Siliguris Railway Institute Hall in 1961 Each show involves:48 tons of equipment, 75 artistes, psychedelic laser-lighting system, 500 brocade dresses, 48 illusions.
He has "vanished" the Taj Mahal and the Amritsar Express. He is also known for debunking the miracles of the Sathya Sai Baba.
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