Born as Shubhomitra Sen on 21st September, 1981 in Kolkata, Rimi Sen is an Indian Actress who has appeared in several Bollywood movies and has also played parts in Telugu and Bengali movies. After completing her schooling from BidyaBharati Girls High School in 1998, she went on to become a Commerce Graduate from the University of Calcutta. Under the supervision of Kolkata based Odissi exponent, Rimi is also a trained Odissi dancer. It was her childhood dream to become an actor. After completing her education, she started her acting career with TV commercials. Her potential to be a film actress shinned after she did a Coca Cola commercial with the Bollywood star, Amir Khan, and film makers started to notice her talents. Her Big Screen career kicked off with a Bengali Film in 2000 directed by Aparna Sen A vetern filmmaker and actress, Aparna Sen has bee >> Read More... Aparna Sen . She then entered in Telugu film industry by playing the lead role as “ Sindhu Sindhu is primarily a Kannada actress who has a lo >> Read More... Sindhu ” in a film directed by Bhimaneni Rao. She finally gave her first appearance in Bollywood the year after. Directed by Priyadarshan, “ Hungama Click to look into! >> Read More... Hungama ” in 2003 was an instant hit and a great start to Rimi’s career as a Bollywood Actress. She played the lead female role of the comedy movie, and worked alongside famous actors such as Akshaye Khanna Akshaye Khanna is a popular Indian film actor. He >> Read More... Akshaye Khanna and Paresh Rawal The Padma Shri award winner who shot to fame with >> Read More... Paresh Rawal , given a great boost to her career. Since then, year after year she successfully appeared in several films. Some of which include super hits like ”Dhoom” (2004), “ Garam Masala Click to look into! >> Read More... Garam Masala ” (2005), “ Golmaal Click to look into! >> Read More... Golmaal ” and “Dhoom 2” (2006) and many more. In 2007, Rimi starred alongside Neil Nitin Mukesh This handsome actor was born as the son of Nitin M >> Read More... Neil Nitin Mukesh , a new face to the industry, in “ Johnny Gaddaar Click to look into! >> Read More... Johnny Gaddaar ” which did not prove to be a good investment. She appeared in “De Taali” in 2008 and the following year she played as Mona in “ Sankat City Click to look into! >> Read More... Sankat City ”. All of the three movie failed at the charts and her career plunged down after that. “Thank you” and “ Shagird Click to look into! >> Read More... Shagird ” also starred the actress, which further contributed to the destruction of her career. For now, she has taken a break, and decided the change her name to Rimi Sen. When asked why, there is no clear answer.
Richa Chadda Hindi Actress

Richa Chadda

Richa Chadda is a new and sultry Indian actress. She came into public’s view through her film Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! starring as Dolly in a supportive actress role. But before this stardom, Richa started out as a model. After modeling, she changed her course to the theater. She toured in India as well as Pakistan for her plays. She gained more insight on the theater from the Founder-Director of ‘Theatre Action Group’, Barry John. She spent her childhood in Delhi with her father of Punjabi and mother of Bihari descent. She completed her schooling from Sardar Patel Vidyalaya in 2002. After graduating from St. Stephan’s college for Bachelors in History, she went on to get a PG Diploma. Her course was of Social Communication Media, which she completed from Sophia Polytechnic College, Mumbai. Chadda received positive responses for her part in the film “Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!,” after which she appeared in a comedy film by the name ‘Benny and Babloo’ in 2010. Her role was of a character named Fedora. She was praised for her role by well-known critics from Bollywood: Hungama and Koimoi. The year 2012 was quite busy and good for Chadda as she was cast by Anurag Kashyap in the films “ Gangs Of Wasseypur- Part 1” and “Gangs of Wasseypur- Part 2.” “Gangs of Wasseypur” is a crime drama and is focused on the coal coterie of Dhanbad, Jharkhand. It features the fight for power, politics and unsolved enmity between three crime families. Her character was of a Nagma Khatoon. This character portrayed the helplessness of women in the old era. Her portrayal of the designed character got her 11 movie roles. She is shown to mature from 16 to 60 years of age in the film for which she got the name "Miss Fire" for her brave act. The first part of the two films premiered at the 65th Cannes Film Festival and the sequel in which she reprised her original role premiered at the Cannes Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival. Madhureeta Mukherjee of The Times of India praised the star by saying she holds her foot and is poised. She received a Filmfare Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress category and won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress. Later, Chadda was cast in a comedy film “ Fukrey". She portrayed a hard-hitting female don of the name Bholi Punjaban. She perfected the role in every aspect. Anurag Kashyap cast her in compilation film ‘Shorts’ titled “Epilogue”. Chadda and her co-star Shrivastav play a dysfunctional couple who is unhappy with each other. The actress received mixed reviews from critics. Chadda then was cast in a multi-starred Sanjay Leela Bhansali directed drama film Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela. Chadda appeared in a supporting role as Rasila. Sukanya Verma of wrote, "Richa Chadda doesn’t have a big role, but she owns the scenes she walks in with her inbuilt fire.” She got nominated in IIFA Best Supporting Actress category for her role. Despite that, the actress shocked the town when she said that, “I won’t do a role like the one I did in Ram Leela again.” In 2014, Chadda was in by Navneet Behal directed film ‘Tamanchey’. She portrayed a criminal named Babu. She got downplayed by the critics. Chadda then worked with director Mira Nair in a Mexican-American anthology film ‘Words with Gods’ in which she played the role of Meghna in the segment titled "God Room." It was screened out of competition at the 71st Venice International Film Festival. Chadda, being a vegetarian, posed as a mermaid for a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ad campaign, encouraging people to avoid eating fish. She also walked the ramps of Lakme Fashion Week and performed in a play called “Trivial Disasters.” Chadda got distinguished for her role in the 2015 film “ Masaan.” Both the movie and Chadda shined throughout getting 4.5 stars. Her next film was “Main Aur Charles,” which was based on biggest conman Charles Sobhraj and The Jailbreak of 1986. Chadda is to star in Sudhir Mishra's version of the ‘Devdas’ saga, titled “Aur Devdas” as Paro” and Aditi Rao Hydari's Chadramukhi. Also, she is cast as the lead in the much talked about movie “ Cabaret,” which is being directed by Pooja Bhatt. Chadda has signed to play in the biopic Sarabjit Singh as the wife of Sarabjit. Chadda has promoted the brands Minute Maid, Tata Sky, Archies Gallery and Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate through advertisements. She also faced some controversies like the one where she got detained at an airport for 2 hours and also when she lamented the Prime Minister’s #SelfieWithDaughter initiative. Richa is in a relationship with boyfriend Franck Gastambide. Photos cited her with her beau in Los Angeles where they shopped and bonded. Another version of this Bio... Richa Chadda is an Indian-born actress in Bollywood. She was born on December 18, 1986, in Amritsar. Brought up in Delhi, her father is a Punjabi Hindu and owns a management firm while her mother is working as a professor at PGDAV College, Delhi University. Richa’s mother also works at Gandhi Smriti. Her father initially was a reader in the University, but to settle in Delhi, he had to work from scratch. Richa completed her school from Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Delhi, and subsequently took admission in History Hons., in the prestigious St. Stephens College, Delhi University. After graduation, she went on to pursue masters in social communication from Sophia College, Mumbai. Richa says that ever since her graduation days, she was interested in theater. Her career started with modeling, which slowly traversed to the theater. As a part of a theater group, she performed in many places, including India and Pakistan. Richa has been active in the industry since 2008. She has made her debut with Dibakar Banerjee’s “Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!” opposite Abhay Deol. Even though it was a supporting role, her work was appreciated since then. Richa Chadda’s graph, ever since she came into the industry, has been on a rise. In 2010, she worked in a comedy flick “Benny and Babloo.” Many moviegoers and critics again appreciated the role of Fedora in the movie. Anurag Kashyap’s “Gangs of Wasseypur” gave her the much-needed break and appreciation, as she tells in an interview, that this particular role got her 11 new roles. The portrayal of Nagma Khatoon, as many critics said, could not have been done better if Kashyap’s first choice wouldn’t have been Richa Chadda. In “Gangs of Wasseypur- Part 1,” Richa’s character has been described by many critics, as a perfect combination of strength and helplessness of women belonging to our previous generation. The movie was premiered at Cannes Film Festival, its 65th edition. The second part of “Gangs of Wasseypur” was no less, as she was successful in reprising the role, as she matured and quite aptly portrayed an age leap from 16-60 years. The movie enjoyed its premiere at Cannes Director Fortnight, coupled with it a prequel. For her role in the second part, she enjoyed a Filmfare nomination for the Best Supporting Actress and went on to win the Filmfare Critics Award for the Best Actress. In 2013, Richa worked in Mrighdeep Singh Lamba’s movie “Fukrey” where she portrayed the role of a female Don, named Bholi Punjaban. The movie was not that appreciated as her character. Richa Chadda portrayed the role of a female gunda, in a very convincing manner. Next, she was seen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Goliyon ki Raslila Ram-Leela,” a Hindi adaptation of the great Shakespearian play - Romeo Juliet. Chadda played the character of Rasila, which was a supporting actress role. Many critics described her role as a short and strong role. She was nominated in the IIFA Best Supporting Actress category, for her role in Raam Leela. Richa played the role of Meghna in Mira Nair’s “Words with God”. In 2014, she appeared in Navneet-Behal’s project “Tamanchey” where she portrayed the role of a criminal. The movie got mixed reviews and did pretty decent at the box office. Richa managed to come back with a hit at the box office, with her movie “Masaan” in 2015. She played the role of a traumatized small town girl in the film. The critics described the role as not just the character that she went into, but also the soul. The result was a convincing portrayal of Devi on screen. A recent release of Richa “Main Aur Charles”, based on the life of the famous Charles Shobhraj, has done quite well in the box office. She is now working on Pooja Bhatt’s project “Cabaret” and Sudhir Mishra’s adaptation of ‘Devdas’. She has a lot of projects in her kitty, so be ready to get surprised in future.


Rituparna Sengupta

Rituparna Sengupta is as Indian actress who has contributed to Hindi and mostly Bengali cinema throughout her career. Born on 7th November, 1971, she was on her way to a Master’s degree in Modern History, when her education got interrupted by a golden chance to appear on screen. Her first role was in “Shwet Pathorer Thala” in 1992, directed by Prabhat Roy. Her entrance in the industry was a dazzling one, mainly because her debut role showed plenty of the negative side. Never attending any acting school or lessons, she claims her acting skills all arise from the active years of stage performances she has done in school. Her profile is filled with numerous movies in Bengali and Hindi. In 2013, she entered Mollywood when she was casted by Sohanlal in his movie “Kadhaveedu”. The actress was compelled to the sensitive storyline of the film. Among her many successful films, her performance in “Dahan” won the Best Actress Award at the 1988 Indian National Film Awards. She played the role of a wife who suffered a sexual assault. Recently, she has done, what she considers to be the boldest film of her career, “3 Kanya”. But her boldness does not end there. She is widely acclaimed by many as a very bold and beautiful woman due to her other sensual appearances in movies like “Trishnna” and “Charulata”. Among her admirable acting talents, she is also trained in Manipuri and Odissi dances, and has a dancing group of her own named “BhavnaAaj O Kal”. She also actively participates in campaigns for children with Thalassemia.

Rituparna Sengupta Hindi Actress