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Swastika Mukherjee 

Actress Swastika Mukherjee is well-known in the industry. Shironam, Shironam, Guldasta, Tasher Ghawr, and Dil Bechara are the most recent films in which Swastika Mukherjee appeared. On December 13th, 1980, Swastika Mukherjee was born. 

Mukherjee grew up with her father Santu Mukhopadhyay, younger sister Ajopa, and mother Gopa in a “simple life.” Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Mary Poppins, and The Sound of Music were among her favorite movies.  

Carmel School in Kolkata, St. Teresa’s Secondary School, and Gokhale Memorial School were among her schools. 

Swastika Mukherjee’s friends and family call her “Bhebli,” a nickname given to her by her father, celebrated actor Santu Mukherjee. Many people say her uncommon moniker was given to her because of her simplicity and tenderness. 

Career 

Swastika made her acting debut in the television series ‘Devdasi’ while still a student at Jadavpur University, and her outstanding performance led to roles in other shows such as ‘Akasher Niche’ and ‘Protibimbo.’ 

Tanushree Shankar, Swastika’s former dancing teacher, asked her to play a role in the film ‘Devdasi,’ and she hasn’t looked back since. 

Failed Marriage and relationships ever since 

She married singer Pramit Sen, son of legendary Rabindra Sangeet vocalist Sagar Sen, in 1998 when she was only 18 years old, however, their marriage did not survive long, lasting barely two years before the pair divorced. 

The actress’s main saving grace from this sad marriage is her daughter, with whom she has a strong link of love and friendship. 

After a reported suicide attempt in May 2014, Mukherjee was rushed to a nearby hospital. Sumon Mukhopadhyay, Mukherjee’s then-partner, was arrested by Kolkata police amid widespread protests. 

She was accused of shoplifting a gold earring from a Singapore jewellery store on November 4th, 2014.  

The shop owner complained to the film festival’s organizers, but no police charges were filed against Mukherjee. Mukherjee rejected the accusation, claiming that it occurred “by chance.” 

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