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Savitri Chattopadhyay, one of the actresses of the golden era of Bengali cinema, is spreading fascination at 86.

Savitri Chattopadhyay, one of the actresses of the golden era of Bengali cinema, is spreading fascination at 86.

Savitri Chatterjee is one of the actresses of the golden age of Bengali cinema. He is well known in both Bengals. Born on 22 February 1937 in Comilla, Bangladesh. However, his childhood was spent in Kamalpur, Dhaka. Savitri Chatterjee's father Shasdhar Chatterjee was a station master. His workplace was in Dhaka's old railway station Fulbaria.

Savitri Chatterjee was 10 sisters. And he was the youngest. After the partition of the country in 1947, their two sisters were sent to Kolkata with their next-door neighbour. His father's grandmother's house was in Talliganj, Kolkata. Although they went to Kolkata to visit, they never returned to Bangladesh. A year after coming to Didi's house, he got admission in Victoria School on Rasbihari Avenue. After coming to Calcutta, he was having a hard time. There was no money, so after school holidays he would stand in the lobby and watch movies. Since then his dream was to become Kananbala.

He had a conversation with Bhanu Banerjee while studying in class seven. Bhanu Banerjee was a famous actor and singer from Kolkata. Bhanu Bandyopadhyay called Savitri to play the role of a Bengali girl for the refugee drama 'Natun Yehudi'. Earlier he was standing in the crowd as a spectator. He also danced with many on stage. But the play 'New Jew' changed his life.

Savitri Chatterjee

His film career started with the movie 'Pasher Bari'. His second film is 'Subhadra'. At that time, he and his family were living in a fifty taka rented house in Bhavanipur. Savitri proved her acting prowess after playing two different flavored characters in 'Pasher Bari' and 'Subhadra'. After that he won the hearts of the audience with one movie after another. He has given movies like 'Goli Toni Rajpath', 'Anupama', 'Dui Bhai', 'Dhaniya Mey', 'Malyadan', 'Nishippadma'. Mahanayak Uttamkumar himself was impressed by his performance. At that time the pair of Uttam Kumar and Savitri Chatterjee was very popular.

The Uttam-Savitri pair captured the hearts of the audience in the movies 'Nishipdm', 'Dui Bhai', 'Hat Gardelei Bandhu', 'Momer Alo'. Apart from this, he was also paired with Soumitra Chatterjee. Uttam Kumar and Soumitra Chatterjee were his favorite actors. He has many awards in his career.

She won the Bengal Film Journalists' Association 1967 Best Actress Award for 'Kal Tumi Aleya'. She won the 1972 Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the BFJA Awards for 'Malyadaan'. In 1999, he received the Sangeet-Natak Academy Award for acting in Bengali theatre. Banga Vibhushan Award for Contribution to Indian Cinema in 2013 and Padma Shri Award for Contribution to Film in 2014.

Savitri Chatterjee is also seen in the television world. Even at the age of 86, he continues to impress the audience with his acting skills.

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