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GUWAHATI, Feb 1 � Eminent actress Bina Das Manna passed away at her residence here around 9 pm today. She was 76.

Born in 1934 at Bamunimaidam here, she was among the most well-known actresses of the state and acted in about 27 films including Sati Beula, Piyali Phukan, Natun Prithivi, Chaknaiya, Puwati Nishar Sapun, Lachit Barphukan, Narakasur, Itu Situ Bohutu, Ganga Silanir Phaki, Amar Ghar, Bhakta Prahlad, Sakuntala aru Sankar Joseph Ali, Megha Mukti, Bohagar Duparia, Ajala Kakai, Ranganodi, Bhai Bhai, among others. Her last recently released film was Mor Mone Tara.

She was a drama enthusiast who worked in close association with stalwarts like Bishnu Rabha and Phani Sarma and she excelled in comic roles.

She was a regular actress with the All India Radio from 1952 to 1994 and she acted, directed and produced nearly 1500 plays.

A state government artist pensioner, she was the recipient of a number of awards like the Bishnu Rabha Bota given by the Silpi Divas Udjapan Samiti and the Aideo Handique Bota.

She was married to Bimal Chander Manna of Kolkata. She leaves behind a son.

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Bina Das Manna passes away

GUWAHATI, Feb 1 � Eminent actress Bina Das Manna passed away at her residence here around 9 pm today. She was 76.

Born in 1934 at Bamunimaidam here, she was among the most well-known actresses of the state and acted in about 27 films including Sati Beula, Piyali Phukan, Natun Prithivi, Chaknaiya, Puwati Nishar Sapun, Lachit Barphukan, Narakasur, Itu Situ Bohutu, Ganga Silanir Phaki, Amar Ghar, Bhakta Prahlad, Sakuntala aru Sankar Joseph Ali, Megha Mukti, Bohagar Duparia, Ajala Kakai, Ranganodi, Bhai Bhai, among others. Her last recently released film was Mor Mone Tara.

She was a drama enthusiast who worked in close association with stalwarts like Bishnu Rabha and Phani Sarma and she excelled in comic roles.

She was a regular actress with the All India Radio from 1952 to 1994 and she acted, directed and produced nearly 1500 plays.

A state government artist pensioner, she was the recipient of a number of awards like the Bishnu Rabha Bota given by the Silpi Divas Udjapan Samiti and the Aideo Handique Bota.

She was married to Bimal Chander Manna of Kolkata. She leaves behind a son.

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