Famous Indian film actress Suchitra Sen
Famous Indian film actress Suchitra Sen was born on 6 April 1931 in Pabna British India and died on 17 January 2014 in Kolkata. For some time during her early teens, she remained with her uncle’s family in Patna, Bihar. She did her schooling at Pabna Girls High School. In the year 1947, Dibanath Sen. Suchitra is conceivably the first Indian actress in the Bengal film industry to have made her movie debut appearance after marriage and motherhood.
Her sign job was shelved in support of the female lead role in a movie directed by director Sukumar Dasgupta, a remarked film-maker of the time. Dasgupta put Sen for a screen test for his film. The movie was called Saat Number Kodi. Later on, director Nitish Roy gives a new name to this new actress Suchitra. In the year 1952, she contracted three more movies.
Suchitra Sen made her cinema debut appearance after her marriage which was uncommon for women to do so in that era or even in this period. She made her acting debut with the film Shesh Kothaay which was released in the year 1952, unfortunately for her, the movie was never released. The next year marked her act with actor Uttam Kumar in the movie Sharey Chuattor, a movie by director Nirmal Dey. It was a box-office success and is recognized for beginning Uttam-Suchitra as the best pair. They continued on to display the representations for Bengali shows for more than 2 decades, becoming practically a class toward themselves.
Much following in her profession, when she was the various attempt to find-after star‑heroine in Bengal cinema. Suchitra Sen’s international achievement came in the year 1963, when she gained the best actress award at the Moscow International Film Festival for the film Saat Pake Bandha in Russia, converting as the first Indian actress to win a global film award. Suchitra Sen passed away on 17 January 2014 in Kolkata, at the age of 82.