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verb - to remove the pants from someone
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|Third-person singular simple present indicative form of debag.|
|Take the trousers off (someone) as a joke or punishment.|
|Debags might refer to|
|Debashree Roy (also known as Debasree Roy) is an Indian actress, dancer, choreographer, politician and animal rights activist. As an actress, she is known for her work in Hindi as well as Bengali cinema. She has been cited as the reigning queen of Bengali commercial cinema. She acted in more than a hundred films and won over forty awards, including a National Award, three BFJA Awards, five Kalakar Awards and an Anandalok Award. She acted under the screen name Chintamani in the Tamil film industry. As a dancer, she is known for her stage adaptations of the various forms of Indian folk dances as well as her innovative dance forms imbued with elements from Indian classical, tribal and folk dance. She is the producer, choreographer and motivator of Natraj dance troupe. She is the institutor of Debasree Roy Foundation, a non-profit organization that works for the cause of stray animals. Roy is a Member of the Legislative Assembly from Raidighi constituency since 2011.Roy acted for the first time when she was mere a child and became a starlet after she was cast in Tarun Majumdar's Bengali thriller Kuheli (1971). As an adult actress, her first film was Arabinda Mukhopadhyay's Bengali film Nadi Theke Sagare (1978). She achieved national recognition for her role in Aparna Sen's National Award winning directorial debut 36 Chowringhee Lane (1981). She made her Bollywood debut in Kanak Mishra's Jiyo To Aise Jiyo (1981) under Rajshri Productions and appeared in a string of Hindi films such as Bura Aadmi (1982), Justice Chaudhury (1983), Phulwari (1984), Kabhi Ajnabi The (1985) and Seepeeyan (1986). She shot to stardom after she had played the lead opposite Mithun Chakraborty in Goutam Mukherjee's love triangle film Troyee (1982). Her other major grossers at box office include films such as Bhalobasa Bhalobasa (1985), Lalmahal (1986), Chokher Aloy (1989), Jhankar (1989), Ahankar (1991) and Yuddha (2005) to name a few.Roy was conferred with BFJA Award for Best Actress (1992) for the first time for her performance in Indar Sen's Bengali film Thikana (1991). She was conferred with the National Film Award for Best Actress (1995) as well as BFJA Award for Best Actress (1997) for her role in Rituparno Ghosh’s National Award winning Bengali film Unishe April (1994). She collaborated with Rituparno Ghosh for the second time in his National Award winning Bengali film Asukh (1999) which once again earned her the BFJA Award for Best Actress (2000). She was also critically acclaimed for her performances in films such as Sandhyatara (1994), Kaal Sandhya (1997), Prohor (2002) and Shilpantar (2004).Roy also had an extensive career in television. She made her small screen debut in Soumitra Chatterjee starrer Bengali tv series Dena Paona. Her other famous roles from Bengali TV series are that of Louhakapat, Ratnadeep, Nagarparer Roopnagar and Biraj Bou to name a few. In 1988, she appeared as Satyavati in B.R.Chopra's Mahabharat. In 1997, she gave birth to speculati...|