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Riya Sen



Riya Sen
Birth Name: Riya Dev Varma

DOB: 24 January 1981

Dated: Ashmit Patel, John Abraham

Debut film: Vishkanya as a child artiste and as an adult in Style (2001)

Marriages: None

Place of Birth: Kolkata, India

Bollywood Actress Riya Sen

Biography: Riya Sen, Indian actress and model. Riya Sen, who hails from a family of actors including her grandmother Suchitra Sen, Moon Moon Sen's mother and sister Raima Sen, began Riya Sen career in 1991 as an artist in the film Vishkanya child. The first commercial success of his film career has been in style, Comedy, 2001 Hindi low-budget focuses N. Chandra. Other films Pritish Nandy Musical Film producer, Jhankar Beats in Hinglish, Shaadi No. 1 Ananthabhadram horror Malayalam.

Riya Sen has been recognized as a model Falguni Pathak Yaad Piya where Ki Aane Lagi Music Video performed at the age of 16 years. Since then Riya Sen has appeared in music videos, commercials, fashion shows and magazine covers.she feel palpitations in India and is known by smile. Riya Sen gorgeuos publication is one of the most familiar faces throughout the film. Riya Sen has worked as an activist and appeared in the video of the popular myths about AIDS in order to eliminate the disease. Riya Sen also helped fund eye care for children. Riya Sen faced controversies such as a MMS clip with Ashmit Patel, the actor, his half-naked photos photographer Dabboo Ratna calendar and kiss her on the screen in a conservative Indian film industry.



Riya Sen Career: Riya Sen has appeared as a child artist in film Vishkanya in 1991, where Riya Sen played the role of the young Pooja Bedi. At 18 he won the National Film Awards, Tamil director Bharathiraja, Taj Mahal, which did not achieve commercial success. Riya Sen plans to debut in the movie Love You Hamesha Bollywood actor Akshaye Khanna in front, but the film has been blocked and finally made his debut in a big way N. Chandra in 2001. This budget comedy was the first commercial success in over ten years and directed. Outputs for Riya Sen, the first female role, the other newcomers, Sharman Joshi, Sahil Khan and Shilpi Mudgal, the film has opened the way for the commercial success of films with low propensity to India. Riya Sen and the second female lead in the film have been replaced by Joshi and Jaya Seal aspiring actresses, the search for style. Riya Sen.





His next shot was Jhankar Beats, musical comedy of the famous composer RD Burman, who has seen his role alongside Shayan Munshi small and glamorous, Juhi Chawla, Rahul Bose, Rinke Khanna and Sanjay Suri. Pritish Nandy product, editor of the Times of India, the film was made in the budget zł. 25000000 marking the sixth consecutive year, Pritish Nandy . Riya Sen .Communications for small medium budget film is. Although not part of the wave of films that usually does not affect the box office, attracted the attention of public release, led to the goal for economic success in limited release by the selective twenty cities. It 'was one of the first film in Hinglish, a mixture of Hindi and English are not. In 2005 Riya Sen starred in Shaadi No. 1, that no part of the woman. This comedy, based on modern marriage, was directed by David Dhawan, director of well-known.

Although films like Style and Jhankar beats commercial success, most of his films later, less revenue. Riya Sen .Some of them remained unfinished. While many of their concerts and special songs were some of his roles in low budget. Although he had small roles in Dil Vil Pyar Vyara (2002), Qayamat (2003) and Piano (2004), had given their number in all three, and especially its main Qayamat drawn in the whirlpool. He also participated in many other parts of James (2005) and the Director on behalf of the producer Ram Gopal Varma, the story of the merger models aspiring actress Sameera Reddy, Isha Koppikar and Koena Mitra in similar roles. It then took on the number of Sajid Khan's Heyy Babyy dance (2007) which presented many actresses in Bollywood.


Non-Hindi Movies: Riya Sen has, in addition to Bollywood films, appeared in Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and English movies. Riya Sen film career began in earnest with Tamil films like Bharathi Raja Taj Mahal, star and actor Manoj Bhatnagar Manjoj Bharatiraja is Good Luck, oppsite Prasanth. Both films are not commercial, and had a relapse in some short films for the dance behavior Tamil Arasatchi N. Maharajan.


His first English language film, it rained in the night, the Bengali remake of Raat Hey Brishtir written by Sudeshna Roy and directed by Mahesh Manjrekar. In the film, worked with Mother Anjan Dutta Riya Sen had Mon Bengali English bilingual movie Bong Connection was to appear with Riya Sen sister to reach, but was abandoned in the PISA project and the Rai Chaudhary. Two sisters have been placed along the director Ajai Sinha, BA, Bengali film, which has yet to be completed in 2008.

His most successful non-Hindi film director Santhosh Sivan Ananthabhadram (2005). The first joint Malayalam Riya Sen and Sivan was a critical and commercial success. Riya Sen has won five awards from Kerala Film, and became one of the biggest hits in Malayalam this year. Riya Sen. Its role in the film bham, country girl who loves Digambaran, Manoj K Jayan evil magician. Music and dance sequence from BHAM Digambaran demonic ritual, choreographer Aparna sindoor extensive use of Kathakali movements. Kathakali is the use of high temperatures in the revitalization of the classical form of dance in other major Indian films as well, Shaji Karun between vanaprasthas (1999) and Kalamandalam Ramankutty Nair, Adoor Gopalakrishnan (2005). Riya Sen debuted with Telugu , nenu Meeku Telus, which was connected to the opposite Manchu Manoj.











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