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Nationality  Indian
Occupation  Film actress
Name  Anamika Saha

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Anamika Saha is a Bengali film actress.

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Early life

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Saha was born in Jessore, Bangladesh. Her real name is Usha. At the time of becoming a film actress, she took the name "Anamika" (meaning "anonymous", feminine). In 1971, Saha passed her Higher Secondary examination from Deshbandhu Balika Vidyalaya and was admitted to Scottish Church College, Calcutta. In 1973, when she was studying in college, she had her first chance to act in a film with Ashar Alo, directed by Sunil Bandopadhay. Her first major success in the film industry was Tarun Majumdar’s Sansar Simante, which was released in 1974. She too was in radio-play at AIR.

1973–2000

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  • Ashar Alo (14/09/1973)
  • Sansar Simante (1974)
  • Golap Bou (1977)
  • Dui Purush (1978)
  • Ganadevata (1979)
  • Pratishodh (1981)
  • Ashlilatar Daye (1983)
  • Agami Kal (1983)
  • Agni Shuddhi (1984)
  • Till Theke Tal (1985)
  • Amar Kantak (1987)
  • Mon Mane Na (1992)
  • 2001–2013

  • Sathi (2002)
  • Mayer Anchal (2003)
  • Badsha The King (2004)
  • Paribar (2004)
  • Bazi (2005)
  • Jor (2008)
  • Janmadata (2008)
  • Aami Montri Hobo (2011)
  • Mone Mone Bhalobasa (2011)
  • Warrant: The Mission (2011)
  • Mon Bole Priya Priya (2011)
  • Oh My Love (2011)
  • Bangal Ghoti Phataphati (2012)
  • Prayoshchitto (2012)
  • 8:08 Er Bongaon Local (2012)
  • Panga Nibi Na Sala (2013)
  • LOVE ASHRAM (2016)
  • References

    Anamika Saha Wikipedia


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