After winning hearts of local film lovers, Airin Sultana is out to conquer the Indian viewers.
Airin-starrer Padmar Bhalobasha was released in Kolkata, India on September 20. The film will be released in local cinemas across the country on November 1.
The film is a multi-starrer featuring both Indian and local actors like Sumit Sengupta, Sadek Bacchu, Jayanta Chattopadahay, Alexendar Boo, Munmun Ahmed and others.
‘After the film’s release in Kolkata, India, it was highly appreciated. I always try to play diverse characters. I have played the daughter of an authoritative villager in the film. The girl always stands by the marginalised people of the village. I hope the film lovers across Bangladesh will find the film entertaining when it is released here,’ said Airin while speaking to New Age.
The actress started her career as a ramp model after winning the Best Smile Award in the Pantene You Got The Look 2008 contest. Then she made her way to the silver screen and won the hearts of millions.
Airin began her silver screen career through Debashish Biswas directed film Bhalobasha Zindabad, which was released on November 8, 2013.
When speaking about her current ventures, Airin said, ‘I am busy with shooting for films. While some of them are in the post production stages, a few are on shooting floors.’
‘Besides, I have already completed shooting for Bulbul Jilani directed film Rudra Chhaya. The film will portray the scenario of the language movement in 1952, liberation war in 1971 along with the contemporary times. In the film, I will be seen as a university student who spends her days partying, hanging out with friends, gossiping, travelling and others. I have enjoyed the role a lot,’ added Airin.
‘I have also completed the shootings for Aronno Palash directed Gantobbo and an Indian film Shibratri. The two films will be released soon. Anonno Mamun directed Partner is now on the shooting floor,’ she added.
When asked about her future plans, she replied, ‘I will be more selective in accepting film roles in future. I want to improve my acting skill and give better performance.’
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