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Assamese Film Actresses, Indian Cinema
Assamese Film Actresses have carved a niche for themselves in the history of regional films. They are talented and credible and have susceptible style.
 
 Assamese Film Actresses since the inception of Assamese Films have contributed significantly with their brilliant performances and charming screen presence. Assamese cinema actually started in 1935 when Jyoti Prasad Agarwala released his movie Joymoti. Since then Assamese cinema has developed its characteristic slow-paced susceptible style, especially with the brilliant movies of Bhabendra Nath Saikia and Jahnu Barua.

However despite the long history of Assamese cinema and its artistic successes, their talented actresses are to be credited at a large extent. Assamese cinema has never really managed to make the breach on the national screen despite its film industry marking a benchmark in the National Awards over the years. Although the beginning of the 21st century has seen Bollywood styles, Assamese movies have its distinctive trend on screen. Assamese film industry has not been able to compete on the national market and is significantly overshadowed by the larger industries like Bollywood.

Assamese Film Actresses, Indian Cinema Jamuna Baruah
Jamuna Baruah ruled the world of Assamese cinema from 1919 to 2005 and was a leading Assamese Film Actress. She hailed from Gauripur of Assam's Goalpara district and was married to the legendary actor director Pramathesh Barua, or P. C. Barua, who died in 1950. Jamuna Baruah began her acting career in her husband's famous production 'Devdas' in 1936 and played the film's lead character Parvati or Paro. Jamuna Baruah further went on to make a number of unforgettable movies in Assamese, Bengali and Hindi, notably Amiri, Adhikar, Mukti and Sesh Uttar. She stopped acting after the death of her husband.

Chetana Das
Chetana Das is an Assamese Film Actress and had earned huge fame in 1970s and 1980s. Her debut film was Titash Ekti Nadir Naam, released in 1973. Other films acted by Chetana Das include Banoria Phul, Abhijaan, Shurjo Grahan, Kallol, Debdas, Indira and others.

Bindiya Goswami
Bindiya Goswami was a Bollywood actress and acted in Hindi films from the late 1970s to early 1980s. Bindiya started acting when she was just fourteen years old. She met superstar Hema Malini's mother at a party who recommended her to film producers. Her debut Hindi film was "Jeevan Jyothi", opposite Vijay Arora. Bindiya soon became a success starring for director Basu Chatterjee in Khatta Meetha (1977) and Prem Vivah (1979). However, the best performance of this actress was in the film Golmaal (1979) by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. Soon, she worked in the big-budget film Shaan (1980). She is also a well known costume designer and designed costumes for female stars such as Rani Mukherjee and Kareena Kapoor for her husband J. P. Dutta's films, such as Border (1997), Refugee (2000) and LOC Kargil (2003).

Assamese Film Actresses, Indian Cinema Divya Desai
Divya Desai is an Assamese actress who also worked in Hindi, Bengali, Manipuri and Bhojpuri movies. Her credits include the Assamese movie Kanyadaan, opposite Jatin Bora and the Bhojpuri movie Kab Hoi Gauna Hammar, opposite Ravi Kishan. Her Hindi debut was Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke, alongside Raveena Tandon. She played the character of 'Mandodari' in Zee TV serial 'Raavan'.

Jerifa Wahid
Jerifa Wahid, also known as Zerifa Wahid or Zerifa Waheeda was born in Kolkata and is a popular Assamese Film Actress. Some of her recognized films are Abhimaan, Agnigarh, Agnisakshi, Tumi Mor Matho Mor, Anya Ek Jaatra, Seuji Dharani Dhunia, Naayak, Prem Geet, Gun Gun Gaane Gaane, Kadambari, Deuta Diya Bidaay, Ahir Bhairav and so on.

Other Assamese Film Actresses

Tara Chetana Das Aimee Boruah Purabi Sarma
Jamuna Barua Trisha Saikia Prastuti Parashar Malaya Goswami
Moloya Goswami Gayotry Mahanta Bornali Pujari Bidya Rao
Bindiya Goswami Jharna Saikia Barasha Rani Bishaya Nishita Goswami
Geetawali Rajkumari Mridula Boruah Jerifa Wahid Divya Desai
(Last Updated on : 06/09/2013)
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