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Indrani Halder celebrates her birthday with a difference
National award winning actor Indrani Halder celebrated her birthday on the 6th of January in a unique and humanitarian way.

Unlike many celebrities of the silver screen, she refrained from throwing a gala celeb-studded cocktail dinner, but rather chose to spend her day with children of the Kolkata home Arunima Hospice and old-timers of Shanti Nivas.

Some of the children were HIV affected too. Halder, who is basically known and acclaimed for her art-house acting, is now a household name through her Bengali daily serial 'Seema Rekha'; where she plays a double role.

She had earlier played the main lead in a Hindi serial which was telecast on Sony TV, 'Sujata'; a BR Chopra production.

This is not the first time that Indrani has done something like this. She very often distributes blankets and food to the needy.

Indrani is known for spending her valentine's days with those ailing in hospitals.

On her birthday this year, she took a pledge of reaching more people in need anywhere in the coming years.

She said, "I think my habit of sharing came from my mother and I wish my juniors in the industry will also follow this as their social responsibility."

She also gave lots of gifts to the children and old people.

"I'm hardly trying to start an old age home but with a real homely feelings", concluded the birthday girl on her 48th birthday.

Incidentally, Halder is very close to West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee and also got her blessings.

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