Smita Patil was a famous film actress and theater artist before her untimely demise. Apart from performing some of the most memorable roles in Hindi parallel cinema, Smita Patil was also popular for her performances in various movies in the Marathi, Punjabi, Telugu, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada and Malayalam film industries too.
Smita Patil was born on 17th of October in 1955, in Shirpur, a small town in Western Maharashtra. Smita Patil’s height was 5 ft 10 inches (180 cm) though Smita Patil’s weight was around 66 kg (145 lbs). Smita Patil passed away at the age of just 31 years, in December of 1986, due to problems during childbirth. Being a strong soloist for women’s issues, Smita Patil loved to dedicate her spare time in doing social work, as her hobby.
Smita Patil’s father was a Maharashtra politician, Shivajirao Girdhar Patil, while Smita Patil’s mother was Vidyatai Patil, a famous social worker. Though she was linked with several of her co-actors.
Smita Patil’s husband was popular Bollywood actor, Raj Babbar. Smita Patil and Raj Babbar have a son, actor Prateeik Babbar.
|Real Name||Smita Patil|
|Date of Birth||17th October 1955|
|Age (at the time of demise)||31 years|
|Place of Birth||Shirpur (Maharashtra)|
|Education||Graduate from Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune|
|Height||5 ft 10″
(180 cm) approximately
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Family & Relationships|
|Father||Shivajirao Girdhar Patil
|Profession||Actress/News Reader/Social Activist|
|Famous for||Mere Sath Chal, Samna (1974), Charandas Chor (1975), Manthan (1975), Bhumika (1977), Aakrosh, Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai, The Naxalites (1980), Chakra (1981), Arth, Badle Ki Aag, Bazaar, Namak Halaal, Shakti, Umbartha (1982), Mandi, Ardh Satya, Qayamat (1983), Aaj Ki Aawaz, Raavan, Shapath, Farishta, Kasam Paida Karne Wale Ki (1984), Jawaab (1985), Dilwala, Dehleez, Teesra Kinara (1986), Mirch Masala, Thikana, Insaniyat Ke Dushman, Ahsaan, Nazrana, Sher Shivaji (1987), Waaris (1988), Galiyon Ke Badshah (1989)|
|First Movie||Charandas Chor (1975)|
|First Movie||Doing social work|
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