Death of two Veterans actors of Bengali and Marathi world
|Veteran actors Monu Mukharjee and Ravi Patbardhan Death|
Before the end of the year again pushed the world of entertainment. The pair of stars fall. Veteran Bengali actor Manu Mukherjee has passed away. The artist had been ill for a long time, suffering from heart problems. The veteran actor died on Sunday morning. The age was 90 years. Ravi Patwardhan, the leading actor in the Marathi world, died at the age of 83.
Manu Mukherjee was born in 1930 in Calcutta. His birth name is Sourendranath, but he is also known as Dak. Matriculated from Bharati Vidyalaya in 1646, then passed IA from Maharaja Manindra Chandra College. He had a strong passion for acting since childhood. Upstairs is Ravi Patbardhan who has acted in about 200 movies. He has also shown acting skills in about 150 Marathi plays.
This Bengali Dikpal Manu Mukherjee used to play a female character in the drama troupe of the neighborhood. He joined the world in 1957 as a prompter. He started acting as an artist with Kali Bandopadhyay in the play Khudha. Then the story of gradual transition.
Manu Mukherjee’s first film was Mrinal Sen’s ‘Under the Blue Sky’. Kali Banerjee was the central character in that film. He was the one who took Manu Mukherjee to the director. The late actor has worked with world famous director Satyajit Ray, Ronand Joffy.
Satyajit Ray’s Joy Baba Felunath in the role of Machli Baba is still in the hearts of all people
On the other hand, the Marathi actor and many other notable movies such as Ankush (Hindi), Ashya Asawya Suna (Marathi), Umbartha (Marathi), Tejab (Hindi), Jyotiba Phule (Marathi).