Born in Kolkatta, India. Completed her studies and started modelling. Got her first break in Telugu and Tamil films, then started concentrating on Hindi films. A widely and popularly known actress in South India.
5’5″ tall, Bengali girl, super model, Reema Sen was born on 29 October, 1981, in Calcutta, into a middle class family. She studied in Calcutta until her 10th class. Reema Sen started modeling after they moved to Mumbai. Nivea, Electrolux, Clinic Plus,Clinic Hair Oil, Nescafe, VIP Luggage, Borosoft were few of her modelling campaigns. She acted in a few music videos too.
Reema Sen decided to join the movies after she became confident in front of the camera. Her first film was a low budget film, “Chitram (Telugu)”, in which she acted against Uday Kiran. Later she did a Tamil film, “Minnale”, which was also a major hit. She tried to prove herself in Bollywood but failed as the film “Hum Hogaye Aap Ke” was a flop. However, she is getting good offers from Bollywood. Now she is concentrating on the telugu film industry as she is getting good offers. She can speak Bengali, English and Hindi.
“I am an aggressive person who wants to achieve great things in life. At the same time I know what my limits are and would never crave for unrealistic things,” says Reemma.
The actress, who is on cloud nine after ‘Aayirathil Oruvan’, says, “The laurels and appreciations that I received from my contemporaries, co-stars and fans have floored me. They enjoyed my performance. It has made me more responsible now.”
“The long wait has rewarded me with rich harvest,” she says and adds: “The film has won critical appreciation and more so my role has been widely acclaimed”.
Expressing her gratitude to director Selvaraghavan, she says, “After being in the industry for several years and doing movies in different languages, I was looking for a different film and thus came ‘Aayirathil Oruvan’. People have seen me as glamour doll.”
“But with the movie and Selva’s inputs, I was able to do a film that combined glamour and performance. Now I am looked with more respect in the industry. I am happy that I was able to carry the film”, she asserts.