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Smita Patil Actress Detail Information, Birth Date, career, Family, Marriage, Death.

Smita Patil- स्मिता पाटील

One of the finest and talented actresses in the film industry. many people know her as an Indian Film, Television, and Theatre Actress.  To know more about Smita Patil Birthdate, Smita Patil Age & all information about Smita Patil, please read down below information.

Name Smita Patil
Nickname Smi
Real Name Smita  Shivajirao Patil
Birth Date 17 October 1955
Birth Place Pune, Bombay Place
Nationality Indian
Occupation Actress, Television Newscaster
Native Place Shirpur town of Khandesh, Maharashtra
Death Date 13 September 1986
Place of Death Bombay, Maharashtra
Age 31 Years (at the time of death)
School Education Renuka Swaroop Memorial School, Pune
College Bombay University, Maharashtra
Film of Television Industry (FTII), India
Qualification Literature at Bombay University

Smita Patil who born on 14 February 1933 and belongs to Maharashtrian Hinduism Family. Let’s get more details about Smita Patil’s professional life. what was her career as an Actress, Producer in Movies?

Filmography

Debut Film Charandas Chor (1975)
Debut  TV Mumbai Doordarshan as a Television Newsreader (1970)

Movies

Smita Patil began her career in the early 1970s as a television newsreader on the newly transmitting Mumbai Doordarshan. Her first film role was in the FTII student film Teevra Madhyam by Arun Khopkar.

she acted in many more films. She made her film debut with Shyam Benegal’s Charandas Chor (1975).

Her most notable roles in films included Manthan (1977), Bhumika (1977), Jait Re Jait (1978), Aakrosh (1980), Chakra (1981), Namak Halaal (1982), Bazaar (1982), Umbartha (1982), Shakti (1982), Arth (1982), Ardh Satya (1983), Mandi (1983), Aaj Ki Awaaz (1984), Chidambaram (1985), Mirch Masala (1985), Amrit (1986) and Waaris (1988).

Patil’s glamorous roles in her more commercial films, such as Shakti and Namak Halaal, showed that one can act in both, “serious” cinema and the “Hindi cinema” masala.

Patil acted with Raj Babbar in films such as Bheegi Palkein, Tajurba, Aaj Ki Awaaz, Awam, and Hum Do Hamare Do and later fell in love with him.

Her last film, Galiyon Ke Badshah, was released in 1989.

Let get some more information that how people appreciate his work through the award.

Smita Patil Awards

Civilian Award
In 1985, Smita Patil received Padma Shri – India’s fourth-highest civilian honor from the Government of India.

Film Award

Category Award Year
Best Actress (Film Bhumika) National Film Award 1977
Best Actress (Film Chakra) National Film Award 1980
Best Actress (Hindi) (Film Mirch Masala) Bengal Film Journalists Association Awards 1987
Best Actress (For film Chakra) Filmfare Awards 1982
Best Actress (film Jait Re Jait and Umbartha) Filmfare Marathi Awards 1978, 1981

Let’s know some more information about Smita Patil personal life

Husband Raj Babbar
Mother Vidyatai Patil (A Nurse and Social Worker)
Father Shivajirao Girdhar Patil (an Indian Social Activist and Politician)
Sister Anita (School teacher)
Manya Patil Seth (Producer)
Brother N/A
Son Prateik Babbar
Boyfriend Smita Patil engaged with Dr. Sunil Bhutani but their affair did not end up in marriage.
Later, She was in a close relationship with Vinod Khanna.
Salary (approx) Not Known

Death

Smita Patil passed away on 13 December 1986, barely 2 weeks after giving birth to her son, Prateik Babbar, as a result of childhood complications (Puerperal sepsis).

Smita Patil’s Some More Personal

Height  5′  10″ Feet
Weight 66 Kg
Figure Measurement 34-25-35
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
Zodiac Sign Libra
Car Not Known

Favorites:

Food: Chicken Biryani

Cuisine: Indian

Actors: Dilip Kumar, Guru Dutt

Actress: Devika Rani

Color: Red, Black

Singer: Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar

Destination Places: Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh

Facts

Smita Patil was an Indian Film Actress who was known for her work in Hindi, Marathi, Telugu, Punjabi, Gujrati, Kannada, Malayalam, and Bengali films.

She was a feminist and also a member of the Women’s Centre in Mumbai.

The Priyadarshni Academy started with the Smita Patil Memorial Award as a tribute to the veteran actress in 1986.

Raj Babbar first married Nadira Zaheer, Then he married the actress Smita Patil who gave birth to their son Prateik Babbar.

Smita acted in over 80 Hindi and Marathi films.

She was also involved in charity work donated her first National Award prize money for a noble cause.

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