Actor Sumita Sanyal dies during 71

Veteran actor Sumita Sanyal died on Sunday during her south Kolkata residence.

Veteran actor Sumita Sanyal, who had played ancillary characters in ‘Anand’ and Satyajit Ray’s ‘Nayak’, died on Sunday during her south Kolkata residence. She died of heart disaster during around 10.30 am. She was 71. According to her family, she had been pang from age-related ailments for some time. She is survived by her a son.

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee condoled her genocide by a tweet, “Saddened during a flitting divided of maestro singer Sumita Sanyal. My condolences to her family, friends and fans,” Banerjee wrote. Bengali luminary Prosenjit Chatterjee also tweeted, “Saddened to hear about a passing of a maestro singer Sumita Sanyal. May her essence rest in peace.”

State Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Aroop Biswas went to her residence to compensate respects. “Her genocide is an lost detriment to a film attention and we are deeply influenced by her demise. She has not been gripping good for time. May her essence rest in peace,” he said. Sumita Sanyal had acted in Bollywood films like Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s ‘Anand’ (1970) conflicting Amitabh Bachchan, and ‘Guddi’ (1971), and Gulzar’s ‘Mere Apne’ (1971). She had acted in some-more than 40 Bengali films. She was also partial of several radio serials and organisation theatre.


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