Popular West Bengal actor Tapas Pal is no longer there

The popular actor Tapas Pal of West Bengal is no longer there. He died in a Mumbai hospital early Tuesday morning. News from Anandbazar newspaper and Hindustan Times. Actor Tapas Pal reportedly visited Mumbai on January 28 to visit the girl Sohini Pal. Tapas Pal was scheduled to visit the United States on February 1 to receive kidney treatment. But the actor was admitted to a private hospital in Bandra, Mumbai, after he fell ill before the plane crashed. The condition deteriorated and was then kept in ventilation. But it’s not the end. He had been suffering from nervous problems for a long time. Tapas Pal was born in Chandannagar, Hooghly on 29 September 1958. He had a passion for acting since he was a child. The film ‘Dada’s Ki’, directed by Young Majumdar, was made on the big screen. His first film, ‘Dada’, was released at the age of 22. The Bengali audience will remember him for his film ‘Guru Southa’. In that picture, the couple of Tapas with Kali Bandi wept in a customary manner. After that, I didn’t look back on the Tapas Pal. Among his notable films are ‘Saheb’, ‘Touch of Love’, ‘Parabat Priya’, ‘Uttara’, ‘Love’. Tapas Pal won the Filmfare Award for his outstanding performance in the 1981 film ‘Saheb’. He also acted in several Hindi films besides Bengal. He also acted with Madhuri Dikhit.
Binodhan Desk: , Tuesday, 18 February, HB News

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Popular West Bengal actor Tapas Pal is no longer there

The popular actor Tapas Pal of West Bengal is no longer there. He died in a Mumbai hospital early Tuesday morning. News from Anandbazar newspaper and Hindustan Times. Actor Tapas Pal reportedly visited Mumbai on January 28 to visit the girl Sohini Pal. Tapas Pal was scheduled to visit the United States on February 1 to receive kidney treatment. But the actor was admitted to a private hospital in Bandra, Mumbai, after he fell ill before the plane crashed. The condition deteriorated and was then kept in ventilation. But it’s not the end. He had been suffering from nervous problems for a long time. Tapas Pal was born in Chandannagar, Hooghly on 29 September 1958. He had a passion for acting since he was a child. The film ‘Dada’s Ki’, directed by Young Majumdar, was made on the big screen. His first film, ‘Dada’, was released at the age of 22. The Bengali audience will remember him for his film ‘Guru Southa’. In that picture, the couple of Tapas with Kali Bandi wept in a customary manner. After that, I didn’t look back on the Tapas Pal. Among his notable films are ‘Saheb’, ‘Touch of Love’, ‘Parabat Priya’, ‘Uttara’, ‘Love’. Tapas Pal won the Filmfare Award for his outstanding performance in the 1981 film ‘Saheb’. He also acted in several Hindi films besides Bengal. He also acted with Madhuri Dikhit.
Binodhan Desk: , Tuesday, 18 February, HB News

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