Director of Bengali movies Tarun Majumdar dies aged 92: Tarun Majumdar, a renowned filmmaker of Indian film, has died. At 11:17 am, the Padma Shri laureate passed away. At 92 years old, he was.
Majumdar, who suffered from several organ dysfunction disorders, hospitalize at the SSKM Hospital in Kolkata on June 14. Since yesterday, his health has worsened, and as a result, he place on ventilator support.
Majumdar, renowned for producing films based on gripping stories that reflect the lives of middle-class families, has received five Filmfare awards and four National Awards for his work. In 1990, he received the Padma Shri award.
Balika Badhu (1967), Kuheli (1971), Shriman Prithviraj (1973), Fuleswari (1974), Dadar Kirti (1980), Bhalobasa Bhalobasa (1985), and Apan Amar Apan are just a few of the hits he produced (1990).
Twenty of his films starred his wife, Sandhya Roy, while eight featured Tapas Paul. He introduced Moushumi Chatterjee, Mahua Roychoudhury, Ayan Banerjee, and Tapas Paul to the big screen.
For the 1962 Bengali film Kancher Swarga, he won his first National Award. Additionally, he received high praise from critics for the movie he directed, including Palatak (1963), Nimantran (1971), Sansar Simante (1975), and Ganadevata (1978).
For Nimantran, he honor with a National Award, a BFJA Award, and a Filmfare Award (1971). In addition, he received National and Filmfare awards for Ganadevata (1979).
The documentary film Adhikar and the year-old film Bhalobashar Bari were two of Tarun Majumdar’s last productions. Rituparna Sengupta and Shilajit featured in Bhalobashar Bari.