About Nandana Sen
Nandana Sen's father is Nobel Prize winning economist Amartya Sen and mother is Bengali writer Nabanita Dev Sen. She was born in Calcutta.
Nandana's very first acting experience was a student adventure, when director Gautam Ghose convinced her to take break from her classes to play the adolescent heroine of his film The Doll, a complex story about an older man's dual obession with his friend's young daughter and a ventriloquist's doll. In 2008 she appeared in the British television series Sharpe, in the episode Sharpe's Peril.
Nandana was first seen on the Indian screen as Rani Mukherjee's jealous seventeen-years-old sister in Black, followed by lead roles in Ram Gopal Verma's My Wife's Murder and Nitin Manmohan's Tango Charlie.
She dated Madhu Varma, nephew of director Ram Gopal Varma.