Ratna Pathak is a prominent Indian theatre and film personality born on March 18, 1957 in Mumbai (then Bombay), India. An alumnus of the J.B. Vaccha High School in Dadar, Ms. Pathak’s young life was deeply coloured by the cacophony of urban bustle, the throngs of busy shopgoers and haggling shopkeepers near the stations, the deep whop of a bat stroke meeting an evasive ball perfectly in Shivaji Park, and the everlasting roar of the deep blue sea as it swallowed each day the embers of a dying sun. As a child Ratna Pathak was an avid reader of Indian story writers like Ruskin Bond. This habit sparked a growing interest in theatre, drama and the fine arts. Little did young Ratna know or realise that she was following the footsteps of her own family—her mother, Dina Pathak, was a well known actress and her sister was venturing into cinema. Armed with the best Indian authors in her head and her own vividly striking personality in her gait, she soon took the theatre scene by storm. It was then that she came across her future husband, Naseeruddin Shah, himself an amateur theatre personality at the time. However, theatre soon paved… Read full this story
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