Big B Mourns Soumitra Chatterjee: “A Mild Human, Filled With Grace”
Amitabh Bachchan shared this picture. (Image courtesy: SrBachchan )
- Bengal’s popular actor Soumitra Chatterjee died on Sunday
- He was 85
- ” A renowned legend,” tweeted Huge B on Sunday for Soumitra Chatterjee
” A gentle soul and abundant skill,” wrote Amitabh Bachchan in a moving post for Bengal’s celebrated star Soumitra Chatterjee on Sunday. Soumitra Chatterjee, 85, passed away on Sunday afternoon in Kolkata. Paying a homage to the iconic actor of the Bengali cinema, Amitabh Bachchan shared an image of himself and the late star and described him as “one of the mightiest pillars of film market.” He tweeted: “Soumitra Chatterjee … a renowned legend … one of the mightiest pillars of the movie industry, has fallen … a mild soul and plentiful talent … last fulfilled him at the IFFI in Kolkata … prayers.” In his blog site, Huge B wrote: “Soumitra Chatterjee. a respected giant and icon. a legend of the Bengal Movie Industry. dies. just prayers for the departed soul and a vulnerability … met him last at the IFFI at Kolkata … a mild human, humble and filled with grace.”
Read Amitabh Bachchan’s tweet here:
T 3722 – Soumitra Chatterjee. an iconic legend. one of the mightiest pillars of the Film Industry,. has actually fallen. a mild soul and abundant talent. last satisfied him at the IFFI in Kolkata.
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) November 15, 2020
Soumitra Chatterjee’s last rites were performed at Keoratala Crematorium in Kolkata on Sunday evening with complete cops honours. The funeral was attended by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, along with numerous Bengali cinema stars and hundreds of fans.
The thespian was confessed to Belle Vue Center on October 6 with COVID-19 His recovered from the infection in few days however his health condition aggravated as days passed. Quickly after he evaluated unfavorable for the virus, he was put on life support and on Saturday, he stopped reacting to any of the treatments. “Soumitra Chatterjee is not reacting to treatment. Even wonders may fall brief in this situation,” a doctor who was treating him in Kolkata’s Belle Vue Center had actually stated on Saturday.
After Soumitra Chatterjee’s death, a main statement was launched that read: “We declare with heaviness of heart that Shri Soumitra Chattopadhyay breathed his last at 12-15 pm at Belle Vue Center today (15 November 2020). We pay our homage to his soul.”
Soumitra Chatterjee was best-known for playing the roles of Apu in Apur Sansar and Feluda in Sonar Kella and Joy Baba Felunath, all 3 directed by Satyajit Ray. He worked together with Satyajit Ray for 14 times. A few of their movies are Charulata, Devi, Teenager Kanya, Ghare Baire, and Ganashatru.
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