Nandita Das Biography
Nandita Das was Born on seventh November 1969 in New Delhi, India. Her dad is a painter Jatin Das, who was from Orissa and her mom Varsha Das is an essayist. She wedded Soumya Sen in 2002.
Das learned at the Sardar Patel Vidyalaya in New Delhi and has a degree in Geography from the Delhi School of Social Work. She was a piece of a theater bunch Jannatya Manch. She filled in as an educator at the Rishi Valley School, Bangalore and later with Ankur, a NGO and Alarippu, which concentrated on instructing underprivileged kids.
She has done the portrayal for book recordings like Karadi Tales’ Under the Banyan and Charkha Audiobooks’ self-portrayal of Mahatma Gandhi.
1989 to 2000 Nandita Das made her introduction with Prakash Jha’s made for TV motion picture in Oriyan called Parinati (1989). Her next motion picture Deepa Mehta’s Fire (1996) was taking into account the unthinkable subject of homosexuality. She imparted screen space to Shabana Azmi. On discharging in India, even as commentators adulated the motion picture, there was additionally a great deal of brutality.
She was a piece of Deepa Mehta’s next film Earth (1998) which spoke the truth the segment of India. She played a Hindu lady in affection with a Muslim man. The motion picture featured Aamir Khan and Rahul Khanna. Nagesh Kukunoor’s Rockford (1999) saw her as a Lily Vegas, an educator.
2001 to 2005 In Bawandar (2000), her depiction of Sanwari, a lady who is assaulted and tries to fight it out in court, won her the Best Actress Award at the Santa Monica Film Festival.
She worked in numerous motion pictures like Azhagi (2002), Lal Salaam (2002), Bas Yun Hi (2003), Shubho Mahurat (2003) and Vishwa Tulasi (2003).
2006 to 2009 In 2006, she had a part in Jag Mundhra’s Provoked as Radha Dalal, a social laborer. It was in view of a genuine anecdote about aggressive behavior at home. The Telugu motion picture Kamli won her the Nandi Award for Best Actress. The year 2007 saw her in an English dialect motion picture Before the Rains and a Malayalam motion picture Naalu Pennungal.
Nandita Das’ directorial presentation Firaaq speaks the truth the outcome of the Gujarat uproars checking the lives of diverse individuals in one day. At the Asian First Film Festival, it won two recompenses for Best Film and Best Screenplay.
Das will be seen next in Midnight’s Children, adjusted from a grant winning book by Salman Rushdie.