Raima Sen, the granddaughter of the actress Suchitra Sen, known as the famous Mahanayika of Bengali Film, was born on November 7, 1979, in Bombay (now Mumbai), India. Her parents are Moon Moon Sen & Bharat Dev Varma. The Bollywood industry also includes her sister, Riya Sen. The royal dynasty of Tripura includes their father, Bharat Dev Varma. The younger sister of Gayatri Devi, the Maharani of Jaipur, and the princess of Cooch Behar, Ila Devi, was her paternal grandmother. Indira, her paternal great-grandmother, was Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III of Baroda's lone child.
Adinath Sen, the great-grandfather of Raima's mother, was a well-known businessman in Kolkata, and his son Dinanath Sen, a descendant of the late Union Law Minister Ashoke Kumar Sen, served as the Maharaja of Tripura's Diwan or Minister. Despite having the surname Dev Varma on their official documents, the sisters are given credit on-screen with their mother's maiden name.
Sen is reported to have similarities with her grandmother far more than through either her mom or sister. She claims in an interview that she loves the faster tempo of life in Mumbai, as well as the gyms and nightclubs there, but she also loves her extended family in Kolkata, her dog Cuddles, & the city's street food, particularly Jhal Muri and Aloo chaat. Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo, an Odisha politician, and Raima Sen had a brief romance in 2006-2007; however, it did not endure long. Raima Sen acknowledged this in 2006.
Sen made her acting debut in the critically praised hit movie Godmother; however, Shabana Azmi's portrayal of the lead may have overshadowed her supporting performance. She later played Raveena Tandon's daughter in the movie Daman, where her brief performance was praised. She had her breakout performance in Rituparno Ghosh's movie Chokher Bali. After a few more forgettable films, she had a highly lauded hit with Parineeta in 2005, in which she portrayed the playmate that was the movie's protagonist, Vidya Balan, a debutante. With the action-packed thriller Dus & the Bengali movie Antar Mahal, in which she played a very small role, she has since had two more successes. She had an appearance in the 2006 movie The Bong Connection with Shayan Munshi. 2007 saw her collaborate with Abhay Deol in the suspenseful Manorama Six Feet Under. Alongside Parambrata Chatterjee, she acted in the popular Bengali movie Baishe Srabon in 2011.
Love Life and Plans
The actress Raima Sen ultimately addressed her marital plans with the public during a recent event in Kolkata, admitting that she had decided against getting married. The actress voiced her irritation at being asked about her romantic life regularly, despite the fact that she likes that it is kept out of the public's limelight.
She does not consider it to be the last page of her life. People's perception of marriage as a way to a conclusion, presuming she would be unhappy since she isn't married, puzzles her. However, she emphasizes how content she is with her life right now. She is content since it gives her freedom, allows her to travel, and relieves her of every responsibility except for her parents. During this time. Sen is devoted to her acting job and is prepared to wait till the ideal person enters her life before she thinks about getting married. She feels a marriage should occur when the appropriate individual time and location coincide. She doesn't feel pressured to be married right away until that morning arrives. She will opt to be married if she meets someone with whom she falls completely in love. The actor from "Hello" places following her heart above following social conventions. She agrees that due to worries about societal perception, marriage is frequently seen as a necessity. Being single can sometimes cause people to fear losing their respect. But as she obtains more experience in mole life, she concludes that what other people think doesn't matter. Raima is adamant that people should be free to determine if marriage is the right course for them.
In fact, Raima Sen has decided against getting married at this time in her life. She is content and fulfilled in her current situation, but she is still open to the idea of getting married when the circumstances are right. She promotes individual autonomy in determining if marriage is necessary, highlighting that societal expectations should not guide one's decisions. The veteran actor has recently been added to the cast of characters in Vivek Agnihotri's upcoming film, The Vaccine War, according to the work front.