Celebs mourn the demise of Soumitra Chatterjee&
- Several outstanding personalities from the world of cinema mourned Soumitra Chatterjee’s demise
- The veteran actor breathed his final in a Kolkata hospital on Sunday
- He had examined constructive for coronavirus on October 6
The demise of veteran Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee has shocked the nation. After battling the lethal coronavirus for over a month, the actor breathed his final in a Kolkata hospital on Sunday. He examined constructive for COVID-19 on October 6.
Actors, filmmakers, politicians and other people from all walks of life penned emotional notes for Soumitra Chatterjee on social media. And, his followers flooded the social media together with his pictures.
Sudhir Mishra’s tweet learn, “A great cinema actor. Unfortunately, the rest of India never gave him his due but the World did. Our very own Marcello Mastroianni. Perhaps the greatest cinema actor of his generation in India. Never obstructed the story telling. Never called attention to himself. Good Bye Dada!” Take a glance on the tweet beneath.
Paresh Rawal’s tweet learn, “Soumitra Chatterji. An self effacing actor. Aum Shanti. (sic)” Take a glance on the tweet beneath.
While sharing a photograph of the late actor, Anil Kapoor wrote, “A legend…an inspiration.” Take a glance on the tweet beneath.
Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee made his appearing debut with 1959 movie Apur Sansar, which was directed by Satyajit Ray. Together, Ray and Chatterjee did fourteen movies collectively. Some of them are Abhijan, Charulata, Kapurush, Aranyer Din Ratri, and Ashani Sanket.
He has labored with a number of notable filmmakers like Mrinal Sen, Goutam Ghose, Aparna Sen, Anjan Das, Rituparno Ghosh, and Tapan Sinha. In the span of 5 many years of his profession within the movie trade, he did over 300 movies.