The three people whose hands Sucharita became and established as an actress in films are no more. All three have died. These three are Gazi Mazharul Anwar, Dilip Biswas and Azizur Rahman. Dilip Biswas and Azizur Rahman died earlier. Gazi Mazharul Anwar lived as his guardian. He also passed away on September 4. With his death, Sucharita feels lonely now. Two people live side by side in Baridhara Park Road of the capital. He respected Gazi Mazharul Anwar like his own father. From childhood, he used to address me as uncle. Gazi Mazharul Anwar also loved her like an elder daughter. She turned from a child artist to a heroine before her eyes. Directed by Gazi Mazharul Anwar, Sucharita acted as a heroine in ‘Nantu Ghatak’, ‘Sandhi’ and ‘Artanad’. Sucharita said, ‘I am very fortunate to have had the company of geniuses like Gazi Mama, Aziz Mama, Dilip Kaku since my childhood. They made me human. Aziz Mama has clothed me with his own hands as a child. I became a heroine in front of their eyes. I loved them. I have established myself as a heroine under the guidance of their affection and love. Got the love of billions of viewers of this country. Because of whom I got so much love, they are not today. I became alone. This loneliness is indescribable. To be noted, Sucharita first acted as a child artiste in Mustafiz’s ‘Coolie’. Her name was Helen then. After acting in the film ‘Coolie’, he acted as a child artist in several films including ‘Nimai Sannasi’, ‘Abanchit’, ‘Rong Berang’, ‘Taka Ana Pai’, Kato Je Minti’, ‘Raj Mukut’, ‘Bablu’. As a heroine, she starred in Azizur Rahman’s ‘Swikriti’, Dilip Biswas’ ‘Samadhi’ and Ashok Ghosh’s ‘Mastan’. After that she acted as heroine in numerous movies.