Aparna Sen is a critically acclaimed Indian filmmaker, script writer, and actress. She is the winner of three National Film Awards and eight international film festival awards. Sen made her film debut at the age of 16, when she played the role of Mrinmoyee in the Samapti portion of the 1961 film Teen Kanya (Three Daughters) directed by Satyajit Ray (who was a long time friend of her father's). She then studied at Kolkata's Presidency College. Later in life she would work with Satyajit Ray in several of his films, including the short Pikoo (1981) where she played the role of an adulterous wife and mother. In 1965, Sen resumed her film career in Mrinal Sen's Akash Kusum which was later remade into a Hindi film Manzil starring Amitabh Bachchan and Moushumi Chatterjee.Later she also brought out the different nuances of a widow in
At Bergman's grave in the island he chose as his home. A pilgrimage! https://t.co/6uND11XeX7
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@AzmiShabana Munni! I am over the moon! So, so happy! Congratulations! How do I get to see Neerja? I think I was abroad when it opened.
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@senaparna My God! What a terrible tragedy! Vivekananda Rd flyover collapsed! God knows how many killed! Someone must answer for this! Who?
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@senaparna Lahore we are with you in solidarity. No words are enough to condemn the killing of innocents!
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