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Suchitra Sen: The Enigmatic Star of Bengali Cinema


Suchitra Sen was a veteran Indian actress, who worked in Hindi and Bengali films. She became the first Indian actress to win the Moscow International Film Festival award for the movie Saat Pakey Bandha in 1963. She was also awarded with Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian honour, in 1972 for her works in arts. She was known for her grace, charm and feminine authority on the screen, as well as for her reclusive and spiritual life off the screen.


Suchitra Sen was born as Roma Dasgupta on April 6, 1931 in Bhanga Bari village of Belkuchi Upazila, Pabna, Bengal Presidency, British India (now in Bangladesh). She was the fifth child of Korunamoy Dasgupta, a health inspector, and Indira Devi, a homemaker. She had six siblings: four sisters and two brothers. She studied at Pabna Government Girls High School and was married at a very young age of 15 to Dibanath Sen, a marine engineer and the son of a famous industrialist, Adinath Sen. She had one daughter, Moon Moon Sen, who later became an actress herself.


Suchitra Sen made her film debut in 1952 with the Bengali film Shesh Kothaay (The End), which was never released. Her first released film was Saat Number Kayedi (Prisoner Number Seven) in 1953, where she played a supporting role. Her breakthrough came with Sharey Chuattor (Seventy-Four and a Half) in 1953, where she starred opposite Uttam Kumar, the leading man of Bengali cinema. The film was a huge hit and marked the beginning of a legendary on-screen pair that would go on to make more than 30 films together. Some of their most popular films include Agni Pariksha (Trial by Fire), Harano Sur (Lost Melody), Saptapadi (Seven Steps), Chaowa Pawa (To See and To Get), Pathey Holo Deri (The Road Was Late) and Grihadaha (House on Fire).


Suchitra Sen also made a successful transition to Hindi cinema with Bimal Roy's Devdas in 1955, where she played the iconic role of Paro opposite Dilip Kumar. She received critical acclaim and national recognition for her perfor