Sauraseni Maitra (born 13 April 1993) is an Indian Actress and Model. She is famous for acting in the movie Chittagong, Byomkesh Gotro, and Generation Ami.
Sauraseni Maitra Biography
She is an Indian model and movie actress who first appeared as the young Aparna in the 2012 historical war drama film of Bedabrata Pain, Chittagong; a story based on the 1930 Chittagong Uprising of India.
In the 2015 Hindi comedy-drama movie, Umrika, helmed by Prashant Nair, she was acting as Radhika.
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Biography of Sauraseni Maitra
|Sauraseni Maitra Wiki & Biography|
|Real Name||Sauraseni Maitra|
|Profession||Actress and Model|
|Date of Birth||13 April 1993|
|Height, Weight & Body Measurements|
|Height in Centimeters||170 cm|
|Height in meters||1.7 m|
|Height in Inches||5’ 7”|
|Weight in Kilograms||55 kg|
|Weight in Pounds||121 lbs|
|Family and Relatives|
|Affairs, Girlfriends and Marital Status|
|Marital Status||Will update|
|Husband/ Spouse||Will update|
|Education and School, College|
|Educational Qualification||Bachelor’s with English Hons|
|School||Carmel High School|
|College/ University||Shivnath Shastri college|
|Favorites Things and Like & Dislike|
|Favorite Actor||Deepika Padukone|
|Favorite Food||Fish Fry|
|Favorite Movie||Generation Ami|
|Net Worth||Will update|
|House Address||Will update|
|Phone Number||Will update|
|Email Id||Will update|
Sauraseni Maitra Wiki
She studied at Shiksha Sadan School in Ballygunge and later attended high school in Carmel. She studied College at the University of Calcutta. Sauraseni started her modeling stint at the age of 8.
The very first fashion show she was attending was the Pantaloons, which has also become the most memorable since it is her first ramp model exposure.
There comes and goes one generation after another, every one of them having their own number. Getting out of the table-bound house, not being found, is a companion of sorrow and desperation.
Mainak Bhowmik has provided an outline of this generation’s unspoken emotions. It was thought, at the first glimpse of which, that ‘Generation Ami’ stands at the door of the question and speaks.
It’s widely heard today that this generation is the only one that ended up being me. The director tried to put two facets of reality to the fore, instead of engaging in dialogue.
Sourseni has another important role in the film. The actress said, “I never thought the trailer of the movie would trend. I’m overwhelmed. This is proof that people have started supporting Bengali films again.
This film is important not only for our generation, but also for the generation of parents, and we tried to make people relate to the characters. ”