Tagore made her debut in the final film of Satyajit Ray's Apu trilogy, playing the titular character's wife Aparna. The marriage flourishes briefly, and when Aparna passes away, Apu's world comes crashing down.
As a young woman upon whom is foisted the burden of being an incarnation of Goddess Kali, Tagore delved into the complexities of the character with the temperament of a veteran.
As Aditi Sengupta, Tagore played a journalist who must contend with the possibility of a good story from the sort of source she holds in contempt and her own sense of right and wrong.
Tagore played Vandana, who falls in love with IAF officer Flt. Lt. Arun Verma (Rajesh Khanna), whose death in a crash sets off a tumultuous chain of events.
Tagore starred as a woman forced into sex work in the Shakti Samanta directorial. Her Pushpa becomes, unconventionally, a figure of emotional solace to two starkly-contrasting characters: businessman Anand and motherless boy Nandu.
In the Gulzar directorial, Tagore played the double role of a mother and her daughter opposite Sanjeev Kumar, turns which won her a National Award.
Returning to the screen after thirteen years, Tagore played the matriarch of the Batra family whose home is to be demolished in Rahul V. Chittella's film.
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