|Ritu & Sanjay Chakrabarty
Rituparna and her husband Sanjay Chakrabarty were childhood lovers - a fairy tale romance.
Their first meeting was, coincidentally, during an excursion organized by Chitrangshu, an art school to which she studied.
At the time, they were both quite young - she was in grade seven and he was in tenth grade. Their first meeting was followed by several exchanges of letters and long animated phone calls.
Sanjay was a talented sarod player and Ritu has always encouraged him to pursue his musical talents.
They became great friends, kissing each other in everything they did.
However, over time, their paths have diverged. Sanjay went to the United States to study and Ritu immersed himself in the world of cinema.
It was only after a few years (1997) that they met again and that their idyll flourished
Rituparna Sengupta (Ritupôrna Shengupta, born November 7, 1971) is an Indian actress and producer known for her works in Bengali cinema, Hindi cinema, Bangla cinema and a special appearance in a Telugu film.
She won the National Film Award in 1998 for her work in Dahan.
His first film was Shwet Patharer Thala, with Aparna Sen, who played his stepmother.
Her Hindi debut was N. N. Sippy's Teesra Kaun, directed by Parto Ghosh.
Hema Malini chose her for a negative supportive role in Zee's homemade production, Mohini, with Madhu and Sudesh Berry.
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|Real Name||:||Rituparna Sengupta|
|Age||:||47 years in (2018)|
|Profession||:||Actress & Film Producer|
|Date of Birth||:||7 November 1971|
|Eye Color||:||Dark Brown|
|Born In||:||Kolkata, West Bengal, India|
|Height in Feet Inches||:||6.1|
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|Hobbies||:||Reading Books, Traveling|
|Favorite Color||:||White, Red|
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|College/ University||:||University of Calcutta|
|Educational and Qualification||:||Graduate|
|Rituparna was born in Calcutta on November 7th.
Although there were no artists in Ritu's family before her, her family members were still interested in cultural activities and events.
However, as they were very conservative, they were strongly opposed to the idea of entering the film industry. In his own words, "People always have the idea that acting is a very delicate profession and that the film industry is very corrupt.
My family members are very protective and are always concerned about what I am doing. "
"My grandmother has been one of the most influential people in my life," says Ritu. "She has always been a source of encouragement and support.
A very composed personality, she helped me with all my craftwork at school. She also has a lot of talent - she did a radio on her own.
My mother was a very good writer and singer, but she never really had the opportunity to cultivate her talents. "
Ritu's relationship with the performing arts began when she was very young - about ten years or so. Here are some of her memories of how it all started for her ...
"I had never considered giving serious thought to the actress profession, my parents have always been very reluctant to play me, but I managed to overcome all the obstacles that stood in my way.
The very funny and rather interesting point is that I have never really been interested in movies.
As a child, I was very interested in painting.
I used to go to a painting school called Chitrangshu.
I used to learn to dance. In addition to that, I also learned origami and modeling of clay.
It was a varied arts and crafts training organization.
I was very attracted to the Manipuri dance, and later, as I became a dancer, I moved to Odissi.
Rituparna was interested in the arts from an early age and learned painting, dancing, singing and crafts in a painting school called Chitrangshu.
She studied at Mount Carmel School, and later graduated in History from Lady Brabourne College.
She began studying modern history for a master's degree at Calcutta University, but had to stop studying to focus on her acting career.
Sengupta married his childhood friend Sanjay Chakrabarti, founder and CEO of MobiApps on December 13, 1999 in Munshigonj and the couple has a son named Ankan and a girl named Rishona Niya.