Platinum complexes, derived from two families of bidentate funcionalized aroylaminocarbo-N-thyoyl prolinates, are prepared using mild conditions from prolinates, which are available via 1,3-dipolar cycloadditions. The resulting four coordinated neutral square-planar platinum(II) complexes are very stable and are fully characterized. Their structures are determined by spectroscopic and analytical methods and one of them by single crystal X-ray diffraction analysis. In this pattern, the platinum exhibits distorted square planar geometry, with cis-bond angles ranging from 89.42(2) and 94.37(6)degrees and trans-bond angles of 176.19(6) and 177.08(6)degrees, respectively. Anti(myco)bacterial and antifungal studies of all these new compounds are carried out under standardized protocols.