|BIRTHDAY||31 August, 1963|
|BIRTH PLACE||Kolkata , West Bengal|
|AGE (in 2013)||49 Years Old|
Rituparno Ghosh (born 31st August 1963- 30th May 2013) was an Indian film Actor, Writer, Director and Lyricist in Bengali silver screen.
Rituparno Ghosh was conceived in a Hindu family in Kolkata. Sunil Ghosh was his father who was a documentary film maker and painter. He completed his tutoring at South Point High school. Finally, he graduated from Jadavpur University, Kolkata in economics. He was one of the few transparently gay figures in Indian silver screen.
His debut film was “Hirer Angti” which was released in 1992. He has won many international awards and 12 National Film awards for the movies like Unishe April, Dahan, Raincoat, Bariwali, Asukh, Utsab and much more.
He has also been the editor of many famous magazines like “Anandalok” and “Robber”. His national film awards are for Direction, screenplay and best feature film. Other awards include the Kalakar award, Tele Cine award which is won by him. Many of his movies have also been nominated in the International Film Festival.
Rituparno Ghosh had been suffering from diabetes mellitus type 2 for ten years, and pancreatitis for five years. On the other hand, he was suffering from insomnia and had been taking medication for it. After abdominoplasty and breast implants operations, he was also facing complications from hormone treatments.
He died at his residence Kolkata on 30-05-2013 due to a massive heart attack. He was found unconscious in bed by his attendants, Dileep and Bishnu. He was 49 years old. Before his cremation, he was given gun salute by Kolkata Police.
|DEATHDAY||DEATH PLACE||DEATH COUNTRY|
|30 May, 2013||Kolkata, West Bengal||India|