Bengali Director Tarun Majumdar Dies At 91

Kolkata (West Bengal) [India]: Veteran movie director Tarun Majumdar, who was known for his convincing work in Bengali film, has died at 91 years old because of delayed disease.

Majumdar had been going through treatment in Kolkata’s SSKM Hospital for the beyond couple of days where he purportedly died on Monday. Brought into the world on 8 January 1931 in the Bengal Presidency of British India, Majumdar’s dad Birendranath Majumdar was a freedom fighter.

He made his first time at the helm close by Sachin Mukherji and Dilip Mukherji, under the screen name Yatrik, with the 1959 Bengali film ‘Chaowa Pawa’.

Majumdar proceeded to coordinate blockbusters, for example, ‘Balika Badhu’ in 1967, ‘Kuheli’ in 1971, ‘Shriman Prithviraj’ in 1973, ‘Fuleswari’ in 1974, ‘Dadar Kirti’ in 1980, ‘Bhalobasa Bhalobasa’ in 1985 and ‘Apan Amar Apan’ in 1990.

He’s the beneficiary of four National Awards, seven BFJA Awards, five Filmfare Awards and an Anandalok Award. The Government of India regarded him with the fourth most elevated non military personnel grant, Padma Shri, in 1990.

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