“I really, really felt alone”

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“I really, really felt alone”

Sucharita made her film debut as a child artist at a young age. Gazi Mazharul Anwar, Dilip Biswas and Azizur Rahman, who took the hand of eminent film personalities to move forward step by step.

None of these three are alive today. Dilip Biswas and Azizur Rahman have already passed away. And Gazi Mazharul Anwar passed away on September 4. With her death, Suchrita really became very lonely. Two people live side by side in the capital’s Baridhara Park Road. After hearing the news of Gazi Mazharul Anwar’s death, Suchrita fled.

Suchrita respected Gazi Mazharul Anwar as her own father. He called me uncle since childhood. Gazi Mazharul Anwar was very fond of Sucharita. He considered her the eldest daughter. Suchrita became the heroine of a child artist before her eyes. Gazi played the role of lead actress in Mazharul Anwar’s films “Nantu Ghatak”, “Sandhi”, “Artanad”.

Sucharita said: I am very lucky to have come in the company of geniuses like Gazi Mama, Aziz Mama, Dilip Kaku in my childhood. They made me human. Uncle Aziz dressed me with his own hands when I was a child. I became a hero before their eyes. I liked them. I established myself as a heroine with their affection, their love and their advice. I soaked myself in the love of millions of viewers in this country. But because of whom I’m getting wet with love, they’re the ones who left me alone today. Finally Gazi Mama also left. I was really, really alone. This solitude is not really convincing. I just pray God bless Gazi Mama.

Sucharita said that during Gazi Mazharul Anwar’s wedding, he had fun wearing yellow. Those memories are still bright in the eyes. Suchrita first starred as a child in Mustafiz’s “Coolie.” Her name was then Hélène. After starring in the movie ‘Coolie’, he also acted as a child in movies like ‘Nimai Sannasi’, ‘Abanchit’, ‘Rong Berang’, ‘Taka Ana Pai’, Kato Je Minti’, ‘Raj Mukut’, ‘ Babulu’. . As a heroine, she starred in “Swikriti” by Azizur Rahman, “Samadhi” by Dilip Biswas and “Mastan” by Ashok Ghosh.



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