Moushumi Chatterjee Turns 75

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Moushumi Chatterjee was born on April 26, 1948. She is well-known as a movie actress. Deepa Mehta directed her in the 2002 film Bollywood/Hollywood. Moushumi Chatterjee is 75 years old. Bengali and Bollywood actress known for her appearances in Roti Kapada Aur Makaan, Benaam, and Zindaggi Rocks.

Moushumi Chatterjee

Moushumi Chatterjee also known as Indira Chattopadhyay is an Indian actress known for her work in both Hindi and Bengali films. During the 1970s, she was one of the highest-paid actresses in Hindi cinema. In 2019, she joined the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Moushami Chatterjee was born in Calcutta to a Bengali Brahmin family from Bikrampur, Bengal’s undivided state. Prantosh Chattopadhyaya, her father, served in the Indian Army, and her grandfather was a judge. Indira is her true name, while Moushami Chatterjee is her screen name.

Moushumi Chatterjee was born in 1948. World War II dominated the early 1940s. Following the end of the war, the Baby Boomer generation began, and technological achievements such as the jet engine, nuclear fusion, radar, rocket technology, and others provided the beginning points for Space Exploration and Improved Air Travel.

The 75-year-old film star was born in India. Born in Calcutta, she made her cinema debut in 1967 with Balika Badhu. She was nominated for Finest Actress at the Filmfare Awards for her roles in Anuraag and Roti Kapada Aur Makaan.

Moushumi Chatterjee

Moushumi Chatterjee married at the age of sixteen. She also made her Bollywood debut after her marriage. She is known to have never used glycerin in sad moments. In one of the interviews, Moushumi stated, “It is true that I do not use glycerin when doing crying scenes.”

The only tactic I used while shooting was to imagine that this was really happening to me, which made me cry. Throughout her illustrious career, Moushumi has been in a number of blockbusters, including Manzil, Roti Kapda Aur Makaan, Pyaasa Sawan, and Ghar Ek Mandir.

Indira Chattopadhyaya married Jayanta Mukherjee, a gentleman from her own community and comparable familial background, at a young age in a match arranged by their families in the traditional Indian Bengali manner.

The couple is the proud parents of two girls. The marriage has been very amicable and pleasant. Jayanta Mukherjee, her spouse, is the son of music composer and performer Hemant Kumar.

Jayanta is also a practitioner of Rabindra Sangeet. Indira accepted an invitation to perform in a film and chose the screen name Moushami with the approval and encouragement of her husband and father-in-law. As a result, her cinematic career began only after her marriage. She has always placed her family above anything else.

Moushumi Chatterjee

Chatterjee made her cinematic debut in Tarun Majumdar’s Bengali smash Balika Badhu (1967). Moushumi Chatterjee stated in an interview, “After Balika Badhu, I was flooded with Bengali films, but I wanted to finish my studies.” However, films were in my destiny, so while I was in class X, a dear aunt of mine was dying and her last desire was to see me married.

Moushumi Chatterjee Career

Her debut as a heroine in the Hindi film Anuraag in 1972 was directed by Shakti Samanta. The film became a major success. She played a blind girl who falls in love, and her performance earned her a Filmfare nomination as Finest Actress.

Anuraag won the Filmfare Award as the Finest Film. About her Hindi film debut, she said in an interview: “As my father-in-law was a renowned film celebrity, many film personalities used to throng our house. One among them was filmmaker Shakti Samanta, who insisted that I act in movies.

In 1973, she appeared in Naina alongside Shashi Kapoor, Kuchhe Dhaage alongside Vinod Khanna, and Us Paar alongside Vinod Mehra. In 1974, she co-starred in the thriller Benaam with the then-struggling Amitabh Bachchan and in the suspense drama Humshakal with Rajesh Khanna. Her most successful film was Manoj Kumar’s Roti Kapada Aur Makaan, in which she played a rape survivor.

Her performance garnered her a nomination for finest Supporting Actress at the Filmfare Awards. She later appeared in films like Swarg Narak, Maang Bharo Sajna, Pyaasa Sawan, Jyoti Bane Jwala with Jeetendra, Swayamvar with Shashi Kapoor, and Anand Ashram with Rakesh Roshan. She appeared in four films with Rishi Kapoor, none of which were commercially successful.

She appeared in ten films with Vinod Mehra, including Anuraag, Us-Paar, Raftaar, Umar Qaid, Mazaaq, Zindagi, and Do Jhoot. She only appeared in two films with Amitabh Bachchan, Benaam, and Manzil (1979). Ogu Bodhu Sundari, her Bengali film starring Uttam Kumar, was a blockbuster when it was released in 1981.

In 1982, she appeared in the Marathi film Bhannat Bhanu (cameo character for the song “Tumhi Adkitta Mi Ho Supari”). Bhola Bhala, Prem Bandhan, and Ghar Parivar were among her popular films with Rajesh Khanna. She collaborated with Sanjeev Kumar on the films Angoor, Daasi, and Itni Si Baat.

She appeared in the Bengali film Pratigna in 1985. She moved on to supporting parts in films such as Watan Ke Rakhwale, Aag Hi Aag, and Ghayal after 1985.

Moushumi Chatterjee

From 1985 until 1991, Chatterjee had more opportunities as a character actor, and she transitioned to mother and bhabhi (sister-in-law) parts, frequently paired with Dharmendra or Sunil Dutt. In Ghayal, she played Sunny Deol’s sister-in-law. In the 1990s, she had main parts in Ghar Parivaar and Aa Ab Laut Chalen, both opposite Rajesh Khanna, then Santaan, Prateeksha (1993), and Udhaar Ki Zindagi alongside Jeetendra.

Since 1995, she has appeared in films as a supporting actress, including Keemat: They Are Back (1998), Aa Ab Laut Chalen (1999), and Na Tum Jaano Na Hum, Hum Kaun Hai? (2004).

Moushumi Chatterjee made her film debut in Tanuja Chandra’s Zindaggi Rocks in 2006. In 2003, she appeared in the Indo-Canadian production Bollywood/Hollywood.

Her Bengali films as the lead heroine include Balika Badhu (1967), Parineeta (1969), Anindita (1972), Anand Ashram (1977), Ogu Bodhu Sundari (1981), Prarthana (1984), Shatarupa (1989), Kari Diye Kinlam (1989), Bidhilipi (1991) and later as a supporting actress; Nater Guru (2003), Bhalobasar Anek Naam (2005),

The Japanese Wife (2010) and Goynar Baksho (2013). She sang the song “Tomar Duare” in the film Mallick Bari (2009). She earned the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015 after winning the Filmfare Award for Finest Supporting Actress for the Bengali film Goynar Baksho in 2014.

Amitabh Bachchan & Moushumi Chatterjee Bonding

In Hindustan Times Article, Moushumi Chatterjee Reveals that Even at 72, Amitabh Bachchan is like a newcomer. Both have had wonderful bonding for a long time. My Personal favorite movie is MANZIL (1979) they worked together and the Song “Rimjhim Gire Sawan” is one of the Favourite Lists. In fact, if I am not wrong Millions & Billions loved this song and this movie too.

Moushumi Chatterjee

Moushumi Chatterjee was last seen in Piku. Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone played the key roles in the film. Irrfan Khan, the late actor, was also involved with the project. Shoojit Sircar directed the film.

Happy birthday to one of the world’s finest performers! You bring a lot of energy and heart to the roles you play, and your performances are always entertaining. Thank you for sharing your extraordinary ability with us and inspiring us with your work. May your birthday be filled with love, laughter, and all that brings you joy. I wish you lots of love for the next year and many more birthdays!

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