Indian actress and film producer
Born: November 7, 1971
Rituparna Sengupta is an acclaimed Indian actress known for her work in Bengali and Hindi cinema. Born on November 7, 1971, in Kolkata, West Bengal, she initially pursued a career in modeling before transitioning to acting. She made her acting debut in the Bengali film “Shwet Patharer Thala” in 1992, which marked the beginning of her successful journey in the film industry.
Sengupta gained widespread recognition and critical acclaim for her versatile performances in numerous Bengali movies. Her notable works include films like “Dahan,” “Utsab,” “Sathi,” and “Bela Seshe,” where her compelling acting skills and emotive range were widely appreciated. She also ventured into Hindi cinema, appearing in movies such as “Main Meri Patni Aur Woh,” “Parineeta,” and “Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji,” showcasing her versatility across different film industries.
Throughout her career, Rituparna Sengupta has received several accolades, including awards such as the National Film Award and the BFJA Award, solidifying her position as one of the most esteemed actresses in Indian cinema. Beyond her on-screen endeavors, she has been involved in various philanthropic activities and has been an influential figure in the entertainment industry. Her dedication to her craft and her contributions to cinema have earned her a significant place in the hearts of her audience.
Rituparna Sengupta’s 5 most popular quotes
- Always highlight the eyes with kajal. Brush your hair neatly and never step out of home without a touch of lipstick.
- Believe me, I’ve never trained in acting. All the fluidity, the confidence you may see on screen comes from my stage performances in school and college.
- Our industry often writes an actress off after she gets married. I gave hits before getting married, after getting married, after having my first child, after having my second child and continue to do so.
- Many people think I am workaholic. Sometimes I feel guilty that I have missed out many moments as my daughter and son growing up, but balancing between home and work is extremely important.
- Everyone has the right to walk out of a marriage that’s not working, whether it’s the wife or the husband.
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