Film Actress Koel Purie
Koel Purie Rinchet (born 25 November 1978 in Delhi, India) is an Indian film actress who made her debut with Rahul Bose’s directorial ventureEverybody Says I’m Fine! in 2001 and later featured in Road to Ladakh starring alongside Irrfan Khan. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Eternal Beauty Madhubala Extremely Rare Pictures
Mumtaz Jahan Begum Dehlavi, known by her screen name Madhubala (Devanagari: मधुबाला) (born 14 February 1933 – died 23 February 1969) was a Hindi movie actress. Her enduring screen fame derives from her appearances in film classics such as Mahal (1949), Mr & Mrs 55 (1955), Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958) and Mughal E Azam (1960). She was prolific from 1949 through to 1960 when illness abbreviated her career. With her contemporaries Nargis and Meena Kumari, she is widely regarded as one of the most influential and talented Hindi movie actresses.
Madhubala was born as Mumtaz Jahan Begum Dehlavi in New Delhi, India on 14 February 1933 to a conservative Muslim couple of Pathandescent. She was the fifth child among eleven children. According to her sister Madhur Bhushan, she was reportedly born a “blue baby” which would later have implications on her health.
Sunil Gangopadhyay Passes Away
Sunil Gangopadhyay or Sunil Ganguly (Bengali: সুনীল গঙ্গোপাধ্যায় Shunil Gônggopaddhae), (7 September 1934 – 23 October 2012) was an Indianpoet and novelist. Born in Faridpur, Bangladesh, Gangopadhyay obtained his Master’s degree in Bengali from the University of Calcutta, In 1953 he with few of his friends started a Bengali poetry magazine Krittibas. Later he wrote for many different publications.
Ganguly created the Bengali fictional character Kakababu and wrote a series of novels on this character which became legendary in Indian children’s literature. In 1982 he received Sahitya Akademi award in 1985 for his novel Those Days (Sey Samaya). Gangopadhyay used the pen names Nil Lohit, Sanatan Pathak, and Nil Upadhyay.