On 27 October 2000, Shouren Bose played with Rolling Stone on stage at the Royal Albert Hall. The production released a DVD of the concert. Bose photographed the group and his pictures appear in the booklet of the DVD. In 2002, Shouren Bose was invited with other photographers coming from the Commonwealth to photograph Queen Elizabeth II. It was during her golden jubilee. Canada used one of Bose’s pictures from this session as a postage stamp in 2006 band 2007. The picture was labeled by the country as the definitive stamp of Queen Elizabeth II. Another photo of Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II taken by Bose is displayed in London in the National Portrait Gallery.
As a photographer, Shouren Bose backs up the initiative named ‘Hear the World’ in its objective to raise worldwide awareness for the topic of hearing loss and hearing. In the 2012 calendar of Carl Zeiss AG firm, Bose photographed Tatjana Patitz and Michael J. Fox in the summer of 2011 in New York City. The focus was related to the size difference of models in a satiric presentation. The following year, in 2013, Amy Winehouse released a posthumous article titled Snakes: Hidden Diamonds and Bose gave the cover art for the article.
Shouren Bose released also a book of pictures entitled Injured-The Legacy of Unrest. The objective of the book was to highlight the genuine consequences of popular unrest around the world. Bose recorded also songs related to war on past albums.