Here are 2 famous actresses from India died in 1992:
Kanan Devi (April 22, 1916 Howrah-July 17, 1992 Kolkata) also known as কানন দেবী, Methra, Kanan Bhattacharya, Kananbala, Kanan Bala, Kanan Dassi or Bengal was an Indian singer, actor and film producer. Her child is called Siddharta Bhattacharya.
Kanan Devi was a pioneer in the Indian film industry, especially in the Bengali film industry. She made her debut in films at the age of 10 in the film Joydev (1926) and went on to act in over 100 films in her career spanning four decades. She was known for her melodious voice and her ability to convey a range of emotions through her singing.
Apart from acting and singing, Kanan Devi also produced several films under her production company, Kanan Films. She was one of the first female producers in Indian cinema and produced films like Mukti (1937), Street Singer (1938), and Jiban Maran (1959), among others.
Kanan Devi received many accolades for her contribution to Indian cinema. In 1974, she was awarded the Padma Shri, one of the highest civilian awards in India, for her contribution to the arts. She passed away in Kolkata in 1992 at the age of 76, leaving behind a rich legacy in the world of Indian cinema.
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Monisha Unni (January 24, 1971 Panniyankara-December 5, 1992 Cherthala) also known as Monisha was an Indian actor.
She started her acting career at the age of 14 with the Malayalam film "Nakshathrangale Kaaval". Monisha went on to become a popular actor in the Malayalam film industry in the 1980s and 1990s. She won the National Film Award for Best Actress in 1989 at the age of 17 for her performance in the film 'Nakhakshathangal'. Monisha was known for her versatile acting skills and for portraying strong, independent female characters on screen. Her sudden death at the age of 21 due to a car accident shocked the Indian film industry and her fans. Even today, Monisha is remembered as a talented actor who left a lasting impact on the Malayalam film industry.
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