Veteran Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee’s daughter Poulami Basu appealed to people not to come over to their place proper now due to the pandemic state of affairs. “My mother’s and my son’s health is fragile at best. I humbly and earnestly request you please do not put them at risk,” Basu wrote on her Facebook web page. The octogenarian actor handed away at Kolkata’s Belle Vue Hospital on Sunday.
“With deep grief I must inform you that my beloved father, my Bapi left us this morning. As a family, we are devastated. Please say a prayer for his soul. I humbly and earnestly request you all please do not come over to our place right now,” Chatterjee’s daughter stated.
The bereaved daughter requested everybody not to put her ageing mom and son in danger. “Please keep the pandemic in mind and pray from the safety of your homes. If you all are truly concerned please respect what my father would have wanted. Please do not call me or text me… I will speak to everyone when I’m ready,” she stated asking for area and privateness that she so desperately wants proper now.
Basu stated if anybody needs to meet her mom or brother, they’ll please name them. “Please please don’t contact me now,” she added.
The Dadasaheb Phalke awardee was admitted within the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Kolkata’s Belle Vue Hospital for virtually 40-days and his consciousness stage went down considerably within the final 48 hours.
Chatterjee was battling with Covid-19. He was examined optimistic for coronavirus on October 5 and obtained admitted to the hospital the very subsequent morning.
He was capturing for a documentary titled “Abhijan”, directed by actor Parambrata Chattopadhyay. Last he attended the capturing ground at Bharatlaxmi Studio was on October 1. The subsequent capturing schedule was fastened on October 7.
Chatterjee was Bengal’s one of the celebrated actors who was finest identified for his many collaborations with filmmaker Satyajit Ray.