Passion to Profession ~ Pujarini Ghosh
When the big opportunity of acting in Kolkata Calling came to her, her mind went into a trance uttering the words “is this real?” She was very excited but poised at the same time. The contract needed her to respond to it almost immediately. Keeping her composer she dialed the number of her dear friend Akash from South Point School, revealing the great news, her excitement as well as her mix-up mystification. Her friend guaranteed her of her wellbeing and asked her to definitely go ahead with the contract. Thus here began her long journey to her stardom.
Pujarini’s experience while shooting for Kolkata Calling has been breathtaking and stupefying. She had joined the cast and crew of Kolkata Calling almost after four to five days of shooting. After completing her role in the movie, she requested Mr. Mainak Bhaumik if could she be on the set with the rest of the crew through the entire movie? To that Mr. Bhaumik gladly welcomed her responding”OK! OK! OK COME!” She was eccentric on joining the crew and was also embraced by the entire team.
Her first movie Kolkata Calling was a big success. Her upcoming movies are Chitra, Sundori Kamala Naache and Postmaster, which along with Pujarini casts Rituparna Sengupta, Rajesh Sharma and Pallab Kirtania, a singer by profession,set to release in January 2015. In Postmaster, the adaptation from the famous short story written by Rabindranath Tagore, she is playing the role of a village girl named Ratan.
She feels that doing one or two movies will not make her eminent or paramount. One and probably the only way of ruling people’s hearts is by contributing to the society in every way possible. Fame, by doing movies is fleeting and ephemeral like footprints on the beach, the moment the posters of the film are pulled down, no one really bothers about it anymore.
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