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Veteran Assam actor Nipon Goswami dies at 80

Veteran Assamese actor Nipon Goswami died Thursday in a private hospital after a prolonged illness, medical sources said. His wife passed away in 2015.

was born in Tezpur Goswami, whose father is an actor and mother a singer, made her acting debut as a child actor in the Assamese film Piyori Phukan. He is a graduate of the Indian Film and Television Society. PuneGoswami is a classmate of Subhas Gai. Shuttleghan Sinha such as Navin Nishor. He started his film career as the lead actor in the hit movie, Assamese film Sangram, followed by another superhit Dr. Bezvarua.

Goswami has appeared in 50 Assamese films, including Mukta, Sandhya Raag, Ajoli Novow, Apalpa, Garu Sansar, Kokadeuta Nati Al Hathi, Siraj, Dutal Biya, Vaibabu, Hiya Diya Niya, Jon Jwole Koporat, Jonaki Mon, Mita. He has acted in films such as Mita Rogonot, Kadambari, Morishika, etc.

His last film Assamese film was Rajani Bahman’s Lankakanda. He acted in seven Hindi films including Daman by Kalpana Rajimi, Kaal Sandhya by Babendranath Saikia and Bilodi by Rajkumar Kohli.

Goswami is also actively involved in the state’s unique mobile theatre, having been with the Abahan, Kohinoor, Hengul and Shakuntala theater companies over the years. He also appeared in several TV shows including Ritu Aahe Ritu Jaai.

Prime Minister Himanta Biswa Salma, who was a child artist with Goswami at Kokadeuta Nati Al Hati, offered his deepest condolences to his family upon his passing.

“I am deeply saddened to hear the news of the passing of an evergreen actor from Assam. Salma said.

His sensitive portrayals in several Assamese films will forever be etched in people’s minds and his contributions to the film industry will be forever remembered, the Prime Minister said.

The Union Minister of Shipping, Ports, Waterways and Ayush, Sarvananda Sonowar, said in a message of condolences that the death of a brilliant star of the Assamese film industry had deeply shocked the people of the state.

“Until recently, Niponda will be remembered for the many outstanding performances he has delivered over the years, and his contributions to the industry will be remembered by future generations with respect,” Sonowar said. added.



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