Prohor is a 2002 Bengali feature film directed by Subhadro Chowdhury. The film is based on Dulendra Bhowmick's short story Dash Number Bed. The cinematographer of the film was Amlan Dutta. It revolves around a nurse who, in one night, discovers that there is a patient in her hospital, who once raped her brutally. It stars Debashree Roy in the central character. The film was edited by Saurav Sharangi and the background score was composed by Chiradeep Dasgupta.
The film was highly appreciated by critics and has often been considered as the best of Debashree Roy. Indian film historian S. Theodore Bhaskaran listed this film into his choice of ten best Indian films. It bagged Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director in 2003. It was released in some limited halls in 2004.