Strap: The actress will be giving the premiere of Prosenjit Chatterjee’s father-daughter saga a miss as she is shooting in London with Srabanti Chatterjee and Krushal Ahuja.
Last Updated: 01.12 PM, Jun 15, 2022
Prosenjit Chatterjee and Ditipriya Roy’s family drama Aay Khuku Aaye will hit the screen on June 17. The actress, however, will have to give the premiere show a miss since she is currently in London, shooting with Srabanti Chatterjee and Krushal Ahuja for a film under Eskay Movies. Just a couple of days before the release, she sent love and best wishes to the team. The film is produced by Jeetz Filmworks and Grassroot Entertainment.
Directed by Sauvik Kundu, Ditipriya plays Buri – Prosenjit’s 17-year-old daughter, in the film. “We have become a solid unit. I used to call Prosenjit Chatterjee Bumba mamu but now everybody knows that I call him baba. I am far away from my film family right now and I am missing them every moment. They are sending me videos. I wish I did not have to miss the premiere. But then this was an urgent and important call too,” said the actress.
In fact, Ditipriya is yet to watch the completed film. “I watched it roughly during the time of dubbing. I did not watch it after the mixing and everything. I can’t wait to be back and watch it,” she said.
Talking about her character, Ditipriya elaborated that Buri is a small-town girl. “She is not exactly the way I am in real life. She is innocent and charming and her socio-political setup is very different from mine. That was a challenge for me. The second challenge was to work with Bumbamamu (Prosenjit Chatterjee), who is known to be the 'industry’ in Tollywood. I was tense. But after the first shot, everything became easy. So much so that now I call him baba,” Ditipriya said.
After working in a father-daughter film, the actress is now working in a mother-daughter film with Srabanti and Krushal. “Many media houses speculated our current film is about a triangular love story. But we are working on a mother-daughter film in which Srabantidi plays my mother,” she explained.