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Nusrat Jahan Wiki : Why did Mamata prefer a controversial one like Nusrat Jahan?

Nusrat Jahan has been made the CPM candidate for 2019 Lok Sabha Election from Basirhat Lok Sabha constituency. The choice of Mamata Banerjee has shocked even old stalwarts of the party. Nusrat is quite a controversial figure. There are many moderate and popular Muslim faces in TMC. Why did Mamata prefer a controversial one like Nusrat?


Kadar Khan came in contact with Nusrat when she was struggling in Kolkata. He had splurged large amount of money in providing links which eventually helped Nusrat to become a well – known face of Tollywood. They dated for quite a long time.


Nusrat and Kadar were going to tie the knot in 2012. Just few days before marriage, Kadar along with some of his friends raped an NRI. That rape case – Park Street Gang Rape Case – is still known as one of the most heinous crimes of India against women.All accused of that gang rape were arrested. Kadir Khan fled to Mumbai and then settled down in Patna. It was now turn of Nusrat to give him money. She continued to spend huge amount of money until Kadar Khan was arrested in 2016.

Nusrat was interrogated by West Bengal Police. However, by that time, she had befriended one of the most powerful politicians of TMC. Sex did its job. Nusrat was not named in the charge sheet.

Facts about Nusrat Jahan

  • Nusrat Jahan was born and brought up in a Bengali Muslim family in Kolkata, West Bengal.
  • She was the winner of ‘Fair One Miss Kolkata 2010’.
  • She started her acting career in 2011.
  • She is well known for her work in the Tollywood movies such as ‘Shotru’, ‘Khokha 420’, ‘Love Express’, ‘Ami Je Ke Tomar’ and many more.
  • She won the audition from 50 contestants when she made her debut opposite brilliant actor Jeet.
  • She also participated in the theme song of BCL (Bengal Celebrity League) for the team ‘Midnapoor Mighties’ with Dev and Sayantika Banerjee.
  • She won Star Jalsha Parivaar Award for the best Jodi with Ankush Hazra for the movie ‘Jamai 420’.