“I don’t feel like an A-lister Bollywood actor. I don’t even know if I have made it into Bollywood that way,” she says in her quintessentially individualistic demeanour. “I just enjoy my work and I consider myself to be a working actor with a normal life.”
Cinema, or to put it more widely, art and culture, swathed her from the very early childhood. She is grateful to have the privilege of being the daughter of actor-turned-filmmaker Aparna Sen. Her grandfather Chidananda Dasgupta was a film critic, a maker of several documentary and feature films, and a renowned film historian. He co-founded the Calcutta Film Society with Satyajit Ray.
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