|After 'Saala Khadoos', Mumtaz Sorcar eyes more films in Bollywood
Actress delivered a commendable performance in the recent Saala Khadoos / Irudhi Suttru directed by Sudha Kongara.
Mumtaz Sorcar, the daughter of the famous computer magician Sorcar Junior and the granddaughter of the late Padmasree PC Sorcar, said she was already an established actress in Bengali cinema and now wants to make roads in Bollywood and Kollywood.
Irudhi Suttru proved to be a success in Tamil, although the Hindi film sank. In a statement, she thanked the Tamil public for their love and support.
"I have done my best to fill the character of Lux (Ritika Singh's sister in the film) and I am delighted to be appreciated for my hard work.
As a newcomer to Tamil cinema, the response I received from the press and the public is truly overwhelming and inspiring, "said Mumtaz.
"He is making a serious effort and dreams of being accepted and supported by Tamil industry and media, just as my father was.
To start as an actress in the cultural center of India is like a dream come true.
I am grateful to Shashikanth, Sudha Kongara and R Madhavan for giving me this opportunity, "added the actress.
|She participated in the popular reality TV show Bigg Boss Bangla, but was eventually expelled after spending a month at home.
Mumtaz began his career with a video clip for singer Mehreen from Bangladesh.
She appeared in the short film Bhorai:
The Maladies of Dawn, directed by Subhrajit Mitra and produced by NIBS
His schooling came from Modern High School for Girls (Kolkata). She graduated from BA.LLB at South Calcutta Law College of Calcutta University.
Sport is his hobby.
As an athlete, she trained in boxing at the South Kolkata club under Bengal Amateur
She also trained in judo.
She is also a classical jazz dancer. She is also a gold medalist in the YMCA shot put.
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|Father||:||PC Sorcar Junior|
|Mother||:||Jaya shree Devi|
|Hobbies||:||Reading Books, Music|
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|College/ University||:||South Calcutta Low College|
|Educational and Qualification||:||Graduate (B.A.)|
|His first film was 033, which was directed by Birsha Dasgupta.
She also signed a Tollywood film and appeared in No Poblem by Shoumik Sen (2007).
The film is currently in post-production and should be released in 2012.
She had a role in the movie Bengali Musalmanir Galpo (The Story of the Muslim Girl).
She played the role of a beautiful Hindu girl, "Kamala", who was abducted by the famous dacoit "Madhumallar" in the film.
The film is based on the latest story written by Rabindranath Tagore. Biplab Chatterjee was one of her co-stars.
Then she followed with 033, which was a joint venture between Moxie Group and NDTV Imagine.
It was a movie about a group of young people who formed a Bangla group and called it after the city's STD code (033).
She played the role of "Ria".
The music of the film was recorded by Chandrabindoo (group).
His co-stars in the film included Swastika Mukherjee, Chatterjee Parambrata, Sabyasachi Chakrabarty and Rudranil Ghosh.