Bollywood’s Bandit Queen Seema Biswas was born
Bollywood’s Bandit Queen Seema Biswas was born on 14 January 1965 in Assam. Seema Biswas is an Indian movie and theatre star from Assam. Seema Biswas is an honorable award-winning movie and theater drama artist best acknowledged for her nerve-racking play in the eponymous character of Phoolan Devi is well known Director Shekhar Kapur’s biopic movie name Bandit Queen which was released in the year 1994.
A regional theatre group once reached to her mother to ask her consent to choose Seema in a theater play. Her mother accepted, and this is how she gets to enroll in acting. At the age of 15, Seema began her stage appearance. After that, she performed in numerous drama plays. Later Seema joined the National School of Drama and began working in multiple plays and overhead a point, of course, she gained connections with Indian actress Smita Patil. When Seema graduated from NSD later, she was enrolled in NSD Repertory Company and served there for seven years. After completing her honors degree in political science, she gave exams for NSD and made it.
It is said once when Seema was practicing for the play name “Khubsurat Bahu,” Director Shekhar Kapur came backstage and praised her for her performance and granted her the part of Phoolan Devi in her biopic, Bandit Queen which was released in the year 1994. Seema Biswas has conferred the National Best Actress award for her distinguished act as the dreaded dacoit turned diplomat. She was also honored with the Filmfare award for her Best Female Debut in the movie Bandit Queen.
Among her celebrated achievements and distinguished performances is the character she played in director Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s movie Khamoshi which was released in the year 1996, director Ram Gopal Verma’s movie which was released in the year Company 2002, Bhoot which was released in the year 2003, director Chandra Prakash Dwivedi’s movie Pinjar which was released in the year 2003, and director Deepa Mehta’s movie Midnight’s Children which was released in the year 2012 and Water which was released in the year 2005.
In 2001, Seema Biswas has conferred the prestigious Sangeet Natak Akademi award the highest award for arts. Amongst her additional accomplishments are the 26th Genie honor and the Canadian Screen Award for her extraordinary performances in director Deepa Mehta’s Water in the year 2005 and for Midnight’s Children.