Basics on Nandana
Nandana Dev Sen was born on 19th August 1967 in Cambridge, MA to Amartya Sen, a Nobel Prize winning economist and Nabanita Dev Sen, a Bengali writer.
Nandanaâ€™s growing up years were spread across India, America and Europe. She was married to Horst Yorgan Rutstch and was dating Madhu Varma, nephew of director Ram Gopal Varma.
Nandana Senâ€™s Movies
1998 to 2004 Nandana was initial seen in Gautam Ghoseâ€™s The Doll (1998). The English language movie Hunt Hoeâ€™s Seducing Maarya (1999) saw her as the florist Maarya. This was followed by an Italian movie Branchie (2001).
In Shyamaprasadâ€™s Bokshu – The Myth (2003) which was based mostly on the Hindi novel Mriganthak, she played the role of an assistant to the temple priest. The Miracle: A Silent Love Story was her release in 2004.
2005 to 2009 Nandana Sen played Duri in Joseph Casteloâ€™s The War Within (2005). My Wifeâ€™s Murder (2005) saw her with Anil Kapoor and Suchitra Krishnamurthy. Tango Charlie (2005) did not do effectively commercially yet received a good response for itâ€™s portrayal of war and grief.
In Sanjay Leela Bhansaliâ€™s Black (2005) she played Rani Mukherjiâ€™s younger sister Sarah. The movie won numerous words like National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi and is on the Top 25 Must See Bollywood Films.
Following the success of Black, Nandana was seen in Anand Raiâ€™s Strangers (2007) which was based on Hitchcockâ€™s Stangers on the Train and Willard Collardâ€™s Marigold (2007) that failed to do well.
In 2009 Nandana will be seen in distinct roles in Rang Rasiya, Prince, Zindabad, The Forest, Kaler Rakhal and Seasonâ€™s Greetings.
|Day of Birth||19 August 1967|
|Place of Birth||Calcutta, India|