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JOYOTSNA HATIBARAUH  



(MOVIES AND STAGE DRAMA ACTRESS)
D.O.B: 10thAUGUST1933
   

PLACE: UZANBAZZAR,KHARGULI GUWAHATI-4
She is born in a traditional family having a cultural background. Her father was, Late.Samudranath Pathak, her mother, was Late. Savitri Pathak, of Uzan Bazzar. Due to her father's encouragement she was inclined towards the cultural field. Her father was attached to  every cultural activity and one of the prominent member of Kamrup Natya Samiti. She was taught singing specially Bangeet, by Ban Konwar, Anandaram Das alongwith modern songs and folksongs. She got her first break in the field of singing through the All India Radio in the year 1948. She sang “Biya Naam”, “Gokhain Naam”, and morden songs also. In 1949, she was married to the well known family from Nagshankar, to Late. Shri T.R. Hatibaruah. As her husband's family were also music and were cultural lovers, she  did not face any obstacles in her career and was inspired by them. Due to their support and encouragement she went on to become a popular actress in the Assamese Movies. Presently she is staying at kanwachal, Guwahati. As her husband stayed  in Guwahati there was no problem for her to work. In 1950 she was first offered to play a co-actor in the drama named “karagar” at “Panbazaar Aizyo theatre hall”. Due to family bindings she had to take a back seat for many years from this field. After the first death aniversary of the well known “Natak Surya” Mr.Phoni Sarma’s  a  drama competetion was organized where she again got a chance to come out of the shadows after long years with Eli Ahmed’s “Bahnkhodi”.After that there were several openings that came her way and soon she got several awards all over Assam. As nobody can keep fire under cover, her talent pulled her towards in the Assamesse film industry. Till now she has acted in Pulak Gogoi’s “Sindoor” and Dara Ahmed’s “Dewta”, in the Doordarshan Tele Serials “Acura Juee”, “Hake Nikhar Juna”, “Udong Bakaus”, “Akhimat Hima”, “Aiye Sehorote”, “Papu Niku Sangbaad”, “Zeevan Mrityu”, “Anubhav”, and documentary film “Hey Maheswata” and Tele film “Birotir Gaan”. She has also received Artists Pension from the Government of Assam. She always feels that her talent is encouraged whenever she is felicitated by the Artists'  Forum.