|Raima Sen says she will never stop working in Bengali films
Mumbai: Actress Raima Sen, who plays a balancing role between Bollywood, Tollywood and digital entertainment, says she will continue to work in Bengali cinema.
She says that working in Bengali cinema not only teaches her the job but also gives her a chance to collaborate with great filmmakers.
"I will never stop working in Bengali films, because I learned a lot as an actor in the Bengali film industry and I have the chance to work with some of the iconic filmmakers like the late Rituparno Ghosh. who taught me a lot. " Raima told IANS in an interview.
"I have worked with many young filmmakers in Bengal, where the stories are very good, women-oriented films and a very progressive work interesting ... Bengali films have brought me a lot," she added. .
As her new short film, "Mehmaan" will soon be on the OTT ZEE5 platform, she gave a little insight into the character.
She said, "Since this is a short film, I will not talk much about my character but I play a woman who is very much loved by her husband, he is willing to do anything to make her happy. .. how does the story unfold? "
As she mentioned, "There is a Bengali OTT platform called" Hoichoi "where I played in a web series, but Zee is huge, she has the audience not only in India but also abroad. ".
Although she began her career in Bollywood, questioned about what led her to take a three-year sabbatical in Bollywood, Raima said, "See, I'm staying in Mumbai, I have my own house, a dog everything here. By receiving a lot of offers from Bengal and as an actress, these roles were really lucrative, so I just concentrated a little more there. "
However, she is very excited by her upcoming movies.
"This year, my movie 'Vodka Diaries' is out, two more films are under development: '3 Dev' and 'Varanasi' In '3 Dev', the cast is very interesting, it's a cast of KK Menon , Kunaal Roy Kapur, Karan Singh Grover where I'm twinned in front of Kunaal, 'Varanasi' is Om Puri's latest film ji, I look forward to both films.
|Raima Sen was born on November 7, 1979 in Mumbai, Moon Moon Sen's Maharashtra and Bharat Dev Barma, and actress Suchitra Sen's granddaughter who was once considered the "Mahanayika" of Bengali cinema.
His sister Riya Sen is also in the Bollywood industry. Their father Bharat Dev Varma is a member of the royal family of Tripura. Her paternal grandmother, Ila Devi, was the princess of Cooch Behar, whose younger sister Gayatri Devi was the Maharani of Jaipur.
Her paternal great-grandmother Indira was the only daughter of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III of Baroda.
Profile ( Personal Info)
|Real Name||:||Raima Sen|
|Age||:||40 years in (2021)|
|Date of Birth||:||7 November 1979|
|Born In||:||Kolkata, West Bengal, India|
|Height in Feet Inches||:||5.3|
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Father - Brother - Mother - Sister -Relatives (Family Photos)
|Father||:||Bharat Dev Varma|
|Mother||:||Mom Mom Sen|
|Favorite Actress||:||Ashwarya Rai|
|Favorite Actor||:||Ameer Khaan|
|Hobbies||:||Watvhing TV, Music,|
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|Educational and Qualification||:||Unknown|
|The sisters are credited on the screen as their mother's maiden, although their official papers bear the Dev Varma family name.
Sen made his debut in the critically acclaimed film Godmother [by which success, but his minor role may have been overlooked in favor of the protagonist, played by Shabana Azmi. She then starred in the movie Daman playing Raveena Tandon's daughter, where her small performance was appreciated.
Her breakthrough role came when she starred in the Rituparno Ghosh Chokher Bali movie. After a few more films on average she was critically acclaimed (by who hit in 2005 with Parineeta, where she played the play friend of the heroine of the film, played by the beginner Vidya Balan.
Sen at a promotional event in 2017
In 2014, Sen was the first woman of Hrid Majharey, the first Bengali film based on the works of William Shakespeare, and was presented as a tribute to the Bard's 450th year of birth.
The film got a rare recommendation from the very prestigious Film London in its list of world cinema based on Shakespeare plays.
The film and his screenplay have also been included in the prestigious UGC Literature Archive.
It is also famous for being the only other Bengali movie after Sabuj Dweeper Raja (1979) to be shot in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.