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Preeti Ganguly Preeti died of a cardiac arrest in Mumbai on December 2, 2012.
Preeti Ganguly Preeti Ganguly (May 17, 1953 – December 2, 2012) was an Indian actress who played several comic roles in Bollywood in the 1970s and 1980s. She was the daughter of veteran Indian actor Ashok Kumar, and part of the Ganguly family. She is best known for her comic role as Freni Sethna, the die-hard Amitabh Bachchan fan in Basu Chatterjee's "Khatta Meetha" (1978).
Preeti Ganguly After she lost some 50 kg, her film roles dwindled and later in 1993, she started an acting school named after her father, 'Ashok Kumar's Academy of Dramatic Arts' in Mumbai, where he also took film appreciation classes. Years later, she appeared in Emraan Hashmi starrer, "Aashiq Banaya Aapne" (2005).
Preeti Ganguly Actor Deven Verma is married to her elder sister Rupa Ganguly. Her brother, Aroop Kumar, appeared in only one film, Bezuban, released in 1962. Kishore Kumar, and actor Anoop Kumar are her uncles and her aunt is Sati Devi, married to Sashadhar Mukherjee (brother of Subodh Mukherjee) of the Mukherjee-Samarth family.
Dak Bangla Supported by- Aloka, Beena Banerjee, Preeti Ganguly, Yogesh, Saleem, Geeta Bhansali, Dilip Dhawan, Rajendranath, Narendranath, Leena Das, Viju Khote.
Deven Verma He was born on 23 October 1937 in Kutchh, Gujarat and brought up in Pune. Varma studied at the Nowrosjee Wadia College for Arts and Science (University of Pune) (1953–57), graduating with Honours in Politics and Sociology. He married Rupa Ganguly, daughter of late veteran Bollywood actor, Ashok Kumar and sister of Preeti Ganguly.
Ganguly family If Rattan Bai from their extended family network is ignored, Ashok Kumar was the first person in the family to go into the film industry. His daughter Preeti Ganguly, son-in-law Deven Verma (married to his elder daughter Rupa Ganguly) and granddaughter Anuradha Patel also became accomplished actors. Ashok Kumar's son Arun Ganguly never joined the film industry.
Saloni Aswani She was always interested in acting and was supported by her mother, while her father wanted her to "do a respectable job". Without her father's knowledge, she created a portfolio and sent it to modelling agencies. She appeared in several television advertisements like Vaseline, Lifebuoy, Parachute Oil, Moove, Chic Shampoo, Three Roses tea and Meera soaps. Throughout her academic career, she had always participated in dramas, especially mimicking Sridevi. She also participated with a theatre group Kala Sansad and took acting lessons in Ashok Kumar's Academy of Dramatic Arts, run by his daughter, Preeti Ganguly.
Ashok Kumar While still a teenager, and well before he had even given thought to a career in films, the young Kumudlal was married to Shobha in a match arranged by their parents in the usual Indian style. Their lifelong marriage was a harmonious and conventional one, and despite his film career, the couple retained a very middle-class outlook and value system, bringing up their children in a remarkably simple home, with traditional values. They were the parents of one son named Aroop Ganguly and three daughters named Bharati Patel, Rupa Verma and Preeti Ganguly. Their son, Aroop Kumar Ganguly, featured as the hero of exactly one film, "Bezubaan" (1962), which flopped at the box office. He then made a career in the corporate world. Ashok's eldest daughter, Bharati Patel, is the mother of the actress Anuradha Patel, who is married to the actor Kanwaljeet Singh. Ashok's second daughter, Rupa Verma, is the wife of the actor and comedian Deven Verma. Ashok's youngest daughter, Preeti Ganguly, was the only one of his daughters to enter the film industry. She acted as a comedian in several Hindi films during the 1970s and 1980s, and died unmarried in 2012.
Khatta Meetha (1978 film) Khatta Meetha (English: "Sweet and Sour") is a 1978 Hindi film directed by Basu Chatterjee. The film stars Ashok Kumar, Rakesh Roshan, Bindiya Goswami, Pearl Padamsee, Deven Verma, David Abraham Cheulkar, Ranjit Chowdhry, Preeti Ganguly, Pradeep Kumar and Iftekhar. The films music is by Rajesh Roshan. At 26th Filmfare Awards, Deven Verma was nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role for the film, but won it for "Chor Ke Ghar Chor". This was also the debut film of actor Ranjit Chowdhry, who later appeared in films like Basu Chatterjee's "Baton Baton Mein" (1979) and Hrishikesh Mukherjee's "Khubsoorat" (1980). The story of the movie is also an inspiration for the 2010 comedy "Golmaal 3". The movie was based on the 1968 movie "Yours, Mine and Ours".