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Hot Bengali Actress Picture

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Shabana (born 1953[citation needed]) is a Bangladeshi film actress.Shabana's birth name is Ratna. Her family is originated in Raujan area in Chittagong. She started her acting career in 1960s. She first acted in film Natun Sur in 1962 at the age of 9. She first appeared in a Urdu film Chakori in 1967. It was directed by Ehtesham. He set her stage-name Shabana. Since then she is known as Shabana.
She acted in as many as 400 films.[citation needed] She acted with actors like Nadeem, Razzak, Bulbul Ahmed, Prabir Mitra, Shawkat Akbar, Subhash Dutta, Rahman, Syed Hasan Imam, Uzzal, Alamgir, Jashim, ATM Shamsuzzaman, Khasru, Sohel Rana, Mahmud Koli, Ilyas Kanchan, Wasim, Humayun Faridi, Javed Sheikh and Rajesh Khanna.
Shabana and Alamgir pair was cast in over 100 films. This pair was considered[by whom?] as the most successful one after Razzak-Kabari.Shabana first acted with Pakistani film actor Nadeem in her debut Urdu film Chakori in 1967. Her cosmopolitan roles included Anari, Chotey Sahab, Chand aur Chandni and Chand Suraj - an experimental film by Pakistani director Mustafiz, similar in technique to Robert Altman’s latter-day, “Shortcuts”, the first half was devoted to the relationship between Waheed Murad and Rozina, while later unconnected interludes were focused on Shabana and evergreen co-star Nadeem.
Shabana’s last East Pakistani movie was Andhi (joint venture) in 1991. She resurfaced in the 80’s, when co-productions among South Asian countries became a popular style of film making including roles in Basera (1984) and Aandhi (1991) again all with Nadeem. She was also starred in Pakistan-Turkey co-production film Hulchul with Pakistani actor Javed Sheikh in 1985.Shabana received a number of awards including National Film Award and Special Award and was selected best actress for 11 times.Shabana left acting in 1998 and has left to USA to permanently live with her family members.[1] She is married to Bangaldeshi film director Wahis Sadik since 1973. She has two daughters and one son.She shot to fame[4] with the hit Bengali film Harano Din (1961) and attained all Pakistan stardom[5] with the box office Urdu hit Chanda (1962). Both the films were produced from Dhaka, East Pakistan.[6]
Talaash was an even bigger than all Pakistan hit[7] that followed next year. By mid 1960s, she became one of the most popular actresses[8] of Pakistan. Professional commitments eventually took her to Karachi, Pakistan where she settled down in 1968. By early 1970s, Shabnam[9] established her position in Lollywood (Lahore) to ultimately become the most popular heroine in the history of Pakistan films. She reigned supreme as an actress in Pakistan until the lull in the Pakistan film industry in the late 1980s. She is probably the only film actress in the world to have continuously and successfully played the romantic lead in films for almost three decades, from the early 1960s to the late 1980s.
Shabnam plays the leading role in Aina; which holds the distinction for being the longest running Pakistani film on record.1960's popular song 'Socha tha piyar na karenge', picturized on Shabnum with Waheed Murad in film Ladla, written by Kaif Rizvani made her very popular.
Around 1988, she switched on to character acting [10] and was again doing films in her native Dhaka and Lahore. During her career of nearly 40 years she acted in about 180 movies which included innumerable hits. She won the coveted Nigar award 13 times and also bagged the Pakistan National Award thrice. Her last film was the Bangla super hit "Amma Jan" (i.e. 'Dear Mother')1999, a Dhaka production in which she performed the title role.[2] She is now settled in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Shabnam lastly performed in movie 'Aammajaan,’ directed by Kazi Hayat. She performed in that movie in the central role and it was released in 1999.Shabnam is actually her film-name.[1] Her real name is Jharna Basak (Bengali: ঝর্ণা বসাক) born August 17, 1942.[2] Her father is Nani Basak, the well known Scout master and football referee from Dhaka. Shabnam is married to Robin Ghosh, a well known music composer.[3]Talaash was an even bigger than all Pakistan hit[7] that followed next year. By mid 1960s, she became one of the most popular actresses[8] of Pakistan. Professional commitments eventually took her to Karachi, Pakistan where she settled down in 1968. By early 1970s, Shabnam[9] established her position in Lollywood (Lahore) to ultimately become the most popular heroine in the history of Pakistan films. She reigned supreme as an actress in Pakistan until the lull in the Pakistan film industry in the late 1980s. She is probably the only film actress in the world to have continuously and successfully played the romantic lead in films for almost three decades, from the early 1960s to the late 1980s.
Shabnam plays the leading role in Aina; which holds the distinction for being the longest running Pakistani film on record.1960's popular song 'Socha tha piyar na karenge', picturized on Shabnum with Waheed Murad in film Ladla, written by Kaif Rizvani made her very popular.Supriya Devi was seven years old when she made her acting début in two plays directed by her father. She was a keen dancer since her childhood even receiving an award from Thakin Nu, the then Prime Minister of Burma, who was moved by one of her dance recitals. From her childhood her closest friend was Nihar Dutta who married Guha Thakurata Family and became Mrs.Nihar Guha Thakurata, an eminent Social Worker of Burma of her time.
In 1948, the Bannerjees left Burma for good and re-settled in Calcutta. They had been refugees in 1942 when the Japanese forces occupied Burma.The young Supriya and her family were forced to undertake an arduous trek on foot to the safety of Calcutta.
In Calcutta, she resumed her dance lessons and trained under Guru Muruthappan Pillai and later under Guru Prahlad Das. Supriya and her family were in friendly terms with Chandrabati Devi, a popular character actor, who was their neighbour. It was through the Chandrabati Devi’s inspiration and contacts that Supriya Devi stepped into the world of Bengali films.


Hot Bengali Actress Picture
Hot Bengali Actress Picture
Hot Bengali Actress Picture
Hot Bengali Actress Picture
Hot Bengali Actress Picture
Hot Bengali Actress Picture
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