Last Updated: March 01, 2015, 19:34 IST
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Legendary Bengali actress Suchitra Sen, who was undergoing treatment at a nursing home in Kolkata for serious respiratory problems, breathed her last on January 17, she was 82. The 82-year old actress, under treatment at the Belle Vue Clnic for the last 26 days following serious respiratory problems, breathed her last at 8.25 a.m., attending doctor Subir Mondal had said.
Legendary film, theatre and television actress Zohra Sehgal called it a day on July 10 at the age of 102. Fondly called Bollywood's 'laadli', Zohra was last seen in films such as 'Cheeni Kum' and 'Saawariya' in a career spanning almost eight decades.
Director Malik Benjelloul, who won an Academy-Award for the documentary "Searching For Sugar Man", died on May 13. He was 36.
The Swedish filmmaker reportedly passed away here Tuesday, reports contactmusic.com.
National Award-winning Bengali filmmaker Anjan Das, best known for films like 'Saanjhbatir Rupkathara', 'Achin Pakhi' and 'Faltu', passed away on June 2 following illness, family sources said.
Das, who was in his sixties, died at a hospital where he was being treated for liver cancer.
British actress Kate O'Mara, best remembered in the United States for her role in long-running 1980s TV soap "Dynasty", died in England on March 30 aged 74, Phil Belfield, her agent, said.
O'Mara, who passed away after a short illness at a nursing home in the English county of Sussex, played Cassandra 'Caress' Morrell, the scheming sister of Alexis Colby (Joan Collins) in Dynasty, a soap opera that centered on the life of the wealthy and fictional Carrington family in Denver, Colorado.
Cinematographer V Babasaheb, who worked on iconic Bollywood films that spanned over six decades, such as, 'Seema', 'Daag', 'Baadal', 'Aap Ki Kasam', 'Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka', 'Ganga Jumna' and 'Akhir Kyon', passed away on April 5 at his hometown, Miraj, near Sangli, in Maharashtra. He was 97 years old.
Veteran actress Nanda, who was known for films such as 'Hum Dono', 'Ittefaq,' and many others, passed away at her Versova residence in Mumbai on March 25 following a heart attack.
Her last rites were performed in Mumbai on Tuesday.
Renowned cinematographer and Dada Saheb Phalke awardee V K Murthy, who won encomiums capturing breathtaking images in Guru Dutt's classics like 'Pyaasa', 'Sahib, Bibi Aur Ghulam' and 'Kagaz Ke Phool', died on April 7 at the age of 91 after ailing for sometime.
From most admired Hollywood actor Robin Williams to Bollywood star Suchitra Sen and Zohra Sehgal, we've said goodbye to many known face this year. Robin Williams, the versatile actor whose comic timing made him one of the popular stars on TV and in films was found dead on August 11 from an apparent suicide at his home in Northern California. He was 63.
Hollywood producer and studio executive Raymond Wagner died on April 19, aged 88. Though he passed away on March 12, his family announced his death only now.
The producer passed away from natural causes, and his family announced the news Thursday, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Wagner began his career as a producer in the early 1960s, working on small screen pilots and "The Hanged Man".