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Madhabi Mukherjee

Born:10 Mar 1943
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Madhabi Mukherjee filmography (Most recent movies)

Bangal Ghoti Phataphati (2013)- UnreleasedActor

Aaleyar Aalo (2013)Actor

Bakita Byaktigato (2013)Actor

Hing Ting Chhat (2010)ActorBuy

033 (2010)Actor

Eka Eka (2010)Actor

Swartha (2009)ActorBuy

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Madhabi Mukherjee biography

Madhabi Chakraborty was born in Kolkata on March 10th, 1943. Her real name is Madhabi. Her father’s name is Sailendranath Mukhopadhay. She has studied up to 10th standard. She acted in many films as a child artist. But her debut as a lead female actress in the film “Tonsil” in the year 1956, directed by Tapan Sinha. Her next film was “Baiyshe Shraban” in 1960. It was directed by Mrinal Sen. The producer of that film was Bijoy Chaterjee gave her name ‘Madhabi’. Her fourth film was Mahanagar in 1963 directed by Satyajit Ray. She acted in three of Ray’s films. The other two film are- Kapurush O Mahapurush and Charulata (1964). In the next year 1965 she acted in Ritwik Ghatak’s “Subarna Rekha”. The next big director in her life was Purnendu Patree. She acted in “Streer Patra”. She ...By Chandi Mukherjee» read full biography

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Media raised no question about Ray's selection of Madhabi in "Charulata". On the contrary, they spoke volumes about her portrayal in the film. But, for "Ghare Baire" Ray's selection of Swatilekha for the role Bimala has been questioned from several quarters. Of course, the two characters are outrightly different. But for the latter, there is always a feeling that something is missing in the character. Often learnedness characterises the personality of the character and affects the role.By Dipen Guha

If an actor presents himself or herself like a lump of soft soil, the director, like an efficient potter put him/her into the dice of his choice and shapens into the desired form. Madhabi Mukherjee is the class alluvium that could be moulded into the character so impeccabily. A" Charu " can not be made out of any Tina/Meena/Dika. There must be some sound logic as to why all these famous directors were unanimously convinced about their selections of Madhabi. The quality is her submissiveness.By Dipen Guha

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