4th March Today In History 4th March Today In History

Dina Pathak (Gandhi; 4 March 1922 – 11 October 2002) was an Indian actor and director of Gujarati theatre and also a film actor. She also was an activist and remained the President of the “National Federation of Indian Women” (NIFW).A doyenne of Hindi and Gujarati films as well as theatre, Dina Pathak acted in over 120 films in a career spanning over six decades.

Kamalinee Mukherjee is an Indian actress. She has predominantly appeared in Telugu films as well as Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi, Bengali and Kannada language films. After graduating with a degree in English literature, she completed a workshop on theatre in Mumbai because of her strong background in it.

Toru Dutt (4 March 1856 – 30 August 1877) was a Bengali poet from the Indian subcontinent, who wrote in English and French, in what was then British India. She was born to father Govind Chandra Dutt and mother Kshetramoni of the Rambagan Dutt family. Toru was the youngest child after sister Aru and brother Abju. Romesh Chunder Dutt, writer and Indian civil servant, was their cousin.

G. Muralikrishnan (born 4 March 1972), professionally credited as Murali Gopy, is an Indian screenwriter, actor, author, singer and journalist. He wrote and acted in Ee Adutha Kaalathu, Tiyaan, Left Right Left and Kammara Sambhavam, which are considered path breakers in their respective genres and scripted the record-breaking blockbuster and Prithviraj Sukumaran directorial Lucifer starring Mohanlal in the lead role.

Chandra Sekhar Yeleti (born 4 March 1973) is an Indian film director, known for his works in Telugu cinema. He made his directorial debut with the Neo-noir crime film, Aithe, which garnered National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu, and the Nandi Award for Best Story for that year.

Noteworthy Moments

In 1924 Shyam Lal Gupt ‘Parshad’ wrote the song ‘Jhanda Ooncha Rahe Hamara’.

In 1925 Jyotirindranath Tagore, great Bengali litterateur and poet, passed away.

In 1990 Congress (I) gains absolute majority in Arunachal Pradesh; Gegong Apang CM.

In 1990 V. P. Singh resigns as party president, but asked to continue.

In 1994 Lech Walesa, Polish President, visit India.