Rii Sen, whose birth name is Rituparna Sen, was born on July 26, 1978. She is an Indian-born and is active in the Bengali Film Industry. She worked as a model at first, before entering the television and film industry. In 2003, she began her career as a model, had featured in many commercials as well. Her debut film was called, “Tepantorer Mathe” which was not released. 

Rii acted in some art films like “Bish” “Gandu” and “Cosmic Sex” which were critically acclaimed. Rii has been known to choose art films, all throughout her film career. Her debut film “Tepantorer Mathe” was not released, but this did not deter her from moving forward. Rii went on to work on a documentary called “Love in India.” The subject of the documentary was the ancient practice of worshipping one through one’s body, which is called in Bangla “Dehotatwa.” The director of the documentary Qaushiq Mukherjee was very happy with how Rii had portrayed her role. The very same year, she worked on another documentary, directed by Shaymal Karmakar, which was also screened at the Mumbai International Film Festival, in 2010.
Rii played the role of Anushka in the movie “Bish” which was released in 2009. Directed by Quashiq Mukherjee, Rii described, in her interview with the media that this particular role was very difficult for her; the role was that of a college student who was confused, yet very confident about herself. 

In 2010, Rii was seen working in another project, by Qaushiq Mukherjee, named “Gandu,” where she had a pivotal role. Her character was critically acclaimed by many, as she had to sport nudity. Nudity and its characterization had been debated over years in the cinema industry, but some critics describe her frontal display of nudity as a revolutionary step towards new age art cinema. In 2012, she worked for Subrata Sen for the first time, in the film “Koyekti Meyer Golpo”, where she played the wife of a don. Another movie, which gave her a lot of recognition, was “Cosmic Sex”, directed by Amitabh Chakraborty. The movie was released in 2015 and had a special premiere at Osian’s Cinefan Festival of Asian and Arab Cinema, and it also gave Rii, the Best Actress award. In 2013, Rii appeared in a psychedelic adaptation of Rabindranath Tagore’s namesake play, “Tasher Deshe”, by Qaushiq Mujherjee.

Sen has been portrayed as a bold actress, who considers showing off her body as a form of art more than a display. She thinks that it is imperative to record time through one’s work, and she feels she doesn’t want to be mocked at, later on, for her work. 

Ridhima Ghosh Hindi Actress

Ridhima Ghosh

Ridhima Ghosh is an Indian actress who works in the Bengali industry. She was born on January 18, 1990, and brought up in Kolkatta. She first appeared in a television series “Bou Kotha Kao,” which aired in Star Jalsha in 2009. In the same year, she got her first break in the big screen. She debuted in the big screen with “Friend,” a science fiction movie, which not only cast Ridhima but had many other superstars like Soumitra Chatterjee, Satabdi Roy and Biswanath Basu. It was directed by Satabdi Roy and had a mixed reaction at the box office. This was a watershed movie, so to say, for Ridhima, because it opened a lot of avenues for her in the industry. In 2009, Ridhima was also seen in “Premer Phande Kakatua” directed by Sanghamitra Chowdhury and “Amar Sanghi” which was directed by Shubhash Sen.  In 2010, she was seen in “Love Connection” directed by Biresh Chatterjee, which was a low budget movie, and did average at the box office. In 2011, she was seen in two films, one was “Priti Kathaler Aatha” where she played the character of Moon, and which was directed by Reshmi Mitra. The second movie was Kaushik Ganguly’s “Rang Milanti” where she played the character of Kamalika. In 2012, Ridhima worked in two projects “Laptop” directed by Kaushik Ganguly and “Hothat Sedin” directed by Basu Chatterjee.  2013 is a noted year in Ridhima’s career as she was a part of many projects and that is when she became a popular face in the industry. She worked in projects like “Bicycle Kick” and “Kidnapper.” “Amar Bodyguard,” directed by Haranath Chakraborty, was a super hit. She worked alongside the superstar Pratik, which ran in theaters more than 150 days. She also worked in “Ashbo Ar Ekdin” and “Half Serious” in 2013.   In 2015, recently, her two movies, “Fakebook” (directed by Sanjay Bardhan was released) as well as “Rajkahani” where she played the role of Fatima. Rajkahani revolves around the British declaration of Parition of Bengal Bill. The movie was directed by Srijit Mukherjee. Moviegoers had positively reacted towards the movie. In 2014, she started working for a Television series “Byomkesh” which airs on Colors Bangla, of which she is still a part. She plays the role of Satyabati.

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Rimjhim Mitra

Rimjhim Mitra is an Indian-born film and television actress in Bengali Cinema. She came to fame after winning the dance reality show “Jhalak Dikhlaja Bangla” in 2013, which was aired on ETV Bangla. Her career had started from 2009 when she started getting offers from various television series. Till now she has done eight films and is part of ongoing popular television series in Bangla like, “Agniparikha” “Ekdin Pratidin” “Mon niye Kachakachi” and many more. In 2009, she was seen in two short films “Cross Connection” and “Mallick Bari.” Rimjhim, in “Cross Connecion,” played the role of Imon, a beautiful, contemporary dancer, and choreographer, with a stable happy-go–lucky boyfriend, Akash. The movie is about four young men and women, and their quest to find a perfect match for themselves.  In 2012 Rimjhim was seen in many movies like “Teen Yaari Katha” “Kano Mon Take Chaye” “Jug Jug Jiyo” and a superhit “Paglu 2.” “Teen Yaari Katha” which translates into English as A Tale of three friends, is a Bengali comedy movie. The movie revolved around the story of three friends and their personal struggles. The music score was given by the famous band “Bhoomi.” The movie was released in 2006 and had censorship issues regarding some sexual themes. The movie had a special screening at Osian Film Festival, and Bangkok Film Festival. It was also screened at the Kolkatta Film Festival. Rimjhim played the character of “Kabita Ghoshal” in the film “Paglu 2.” The movie is a romantic comedy, and Sujit Mondal is the director. The movie was a hit at the box office. In 2013, she was seen in two movies; one was “Final Mission” where she played the role of Sumana Pandey, the lead’s love interest; the second movie was “Mahapurush O Kapurush.”

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