Veteran Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee examined constructive for COVID-19 on October 5 (Monday). After being recognized with Coronavirus, the 85-year-old star was admitted to a non-public hospital in Kolkata on October 6 (Tuesday) for additional therapy. Notably, his household knowledgeable Mumbai Mirror that he’s steady now.
A member of the family advised the tabloid, “He had low-grade fever for the final two days and examined constructive on Monday after which he was admitted to the hospital. His situation is steady.” For the unversed, Soumitra Chatterjee had been admitted to the hospital as a consequence of pneumonia in 2019. He has earlier suffered from Persistent Obstructive Pulmonary Illness (COPD) and diabetes too.
Chatterjee is likely one of the hottest personalities within the Indian movie trade. He’s the primary Indian from the leisure trade to be honoured with Legion of Honour, which is notably France’s highest civilian award, in 2018. After making his debut with 1959’s movie Apur Sansar, Chatterjee has acted in standard Bengali movies comparable to Devi, Teen Kanya, Abhijan, Banarasi, Barnali, Parineeta, Aranyer Din Ratri and so forth. Notably, he even labored in a few Hindi movies like Nirupama and Hindustani Sipahi.
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Soumitra Chatterjee obtained Padma Bhushan and Sangeet Natak Akademi Tagore Ratna award in 2004 and 2012 respectively. He has additionally gained three Nationwide Awards for movies like Antardan, Dekha and Podokkhep. In 2012, he was awarded India’s highest award in cinema – The Dadasaheb Phalke Award.
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