Who was husband of Suchitra Sen?

Dibanath Senm. 1947–1970
Suchitra Sen/Husband

How did Suchitra died?

Suchitra Sen was admitted to the hospital on 24 December 2013 and was diagnosed with a lung infection. She was reported to have been recovering well in the first week of January. But her condition turned worse later and she died at 8.25 am on 17 January 2014, due to a heart attack. She was 82 years old.

What is the real name of Suchitra Sen?

Roma Dasgupta
Suchitra Sen/Full name

How old is Suchitra Sen?

82 years (1931–2014)
Suchitra Sen/Age at death

Is Supriya Devi dead?

Deceased (1933–2018)
Supriya Devi/Living or Deceased

Who is mother of munmun Sen?

Suchitra Sen
Moon Moon Sen/Mothers

Which year Suchitra Sen died?

January 17, 2014
Suchitra Sen/Date of death

What kind of movies did Suchitra Sen work in?

Suchitra Sen was an Indian film actress who worked in Bengali and Hindi cinema. The movies in which she was paired opposite Uttam Kumar became classics in the history of Bengali cinema. A hotel manager and a politician’s daughter fall in love and get married.

Who is Roma Dasgupta married to Suchitra Sen?

Suchitra Sen (1931–2014) Actress. Suchitra Sen was born on April 6, 1931 in Pabna, Bengal Presidency, British India as Roma Dasgupta. She was an actress, known for Saptapadi (1961), Devdas (1955) and Mamta (1966). She was married to Dibanath Sen. She died on January 17, 2014 in Kolkata, West Bengal, India.

When did Suchitra Sen’s husband die of heart attack?

Suchitra Sen’s husband died in 1970. Suchitra Sen died in Kolkata, West Bengal, on 17 January 2014, due to a lung infection and a heart attack. She died on 17 January 2014 in Kolkata, West Bengal, India.

Who was Suchitra Sen’s husband Dibanath Sen and what was his name?

Suchitra Sen was married at the age of 15 in 1947 to an industrialist. Her husband’s name was Dibanath Sen. Her daughter is named Moon Moon Sen and granddaughters Raima Sen and Riya Sen through whom her legacy continues even today. Career She became the first Indian actress to receive an International Film Award.