Remember Rimi Sen, this is how the Dhoom actress looks now!

By Lokmat English Desk | Published: September 22, 2021 09:00 PM2021-09-22T21:00:07+5:302021-09-22T21:00:07+5:30


Rimi Sen made her debut as a lead actress in the Telugu movie Nee Thodu Kavali. In 2003, she made her Hindi film debut in the 2003 comedy film Hungama for which she was nominated at the Filmfare Awards for Best Female Debut.

Subsequently, she appeared in several successful films including Baghban (2003), Dhoom (2004), Garam Masala (2005), Kyon Ki (2005), Phir Hera Pheri (2006) and Golmaal: Fun Unlimited (2006). She also participated in the reality television show Bigg Boss in 2015.

Sen entered the house with Suyyash Rai as her partner for the show; however, her pairing was revised on Day 5, when Rochelle Rao was chosen as her new partner. She was evicted after staying in the house for 7.5 weeks.

Since childhood, Sen dreamt of becoming an actress. She lived at Jyotish Roy Road, New Alipore, Kolkata with her mother. She did her schooling from Vidya Bharati New Alipore near Mint. After completing her studies, she persuaded her mother to accompany her to Mumbai. She later said that she wasn't encouraged by anyone in her family except by her grandfather.

After doing the rounds, she got into ads including one Coca-Cola ad with Aamir Khan.

Sen made her debut as a lead actress in the Telugu movie Nee Thodu Kavali. Her debut Hindi film, Vijay Galani's Hungama was released in 2003. It was a comedy film, in which she co-starred with Akshaye Khanna, Aftab Shivdasani and Paresh Rawal.

She followed it with appearances in big budget movies such as Dhoom (2004), Kyon Ki (2005), Garam Masala (2005) and Golmaal (2006). Sen also did a cameo in the 2006 film Dhoom 2, and she followed it with Johnny Gaddaar, alongside newcomer actor Neil Nitin Mukesh

In 2008, she appeared in De Taali and in 2009, Sankat City and Horn Ok Pleasse. All three of these films were box office disasters. After these films, her career declined. Rimi was also caught in a huge controversy when she made a racist comment in an interview in 2006.