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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday remembered filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh on his second death anniversary, saying his passing away was a “huge loss” for the state.
“On this day two years ago, we lost Rituparno Ghosh. His passing away was a huge loss for Bengal. He is our pride. We miss you Ritu,” Banerjee tweeted.
Maker of several acclaimed and award-winning films, Ghosh died on May 30, 2013, following a heart attack. He was 49.
The National Film Award winner’s critically acclaimed films include “Raincoat”, “Antar Mahal”, “Shob Choritro Kalponik” and “Chokher Bali”.
The versatile genius acted in films like “Chitrangada”, “Arekti Premer Golpo” and “Memories in March.”