Mumbai, January 16 (CINEWS): The 61th Britannia Filmfare Recompenses are being held this evening and among the not insignificant rundown of victor is one shining name that has been offered with the Life Time Accomplishment Grant… Moushumi Chatterjee.
The on-screen character, who was most recently seen playing Deepika Padukone’s going on close relative in “Piku,” took home the pined for dark woman and glancing back at her commitment to the business, it is protected to say that she extremely merited it.
In the wake of tolerating the recompense from her “Piku” chief, Shoojit Sircar, the veteran performer said, “Finally mujhe mil howdy gayi. I express gratitude toward Filmfare jury and my group of onlookers. Aap sab khush rahein vyast rahein aur pole rahein.”
Moushumi made her acting presentation in 1967 with a Bengali film, ‘Balika Badhu.’ She then made her B-Town debut with Shakti Samanta’s “Anuraag” in 1972 and there’s been no thinking back for the performing artist from that point onward.
Our congrats and all the best with the on-screen character for her brightness and ability!