In her earlier serial Sreemoyee, Ushasie’s character, June Aunty, is still a favourite among the meme makers
Ushasie Chakraborty became popular with the audience because of the serial Sreemoyee. The serial has long ended, but Ushasie’s character, June Aunty, is still a favourite among the meme makers. If Ushasie posts something on social media, it gains thousands of likes and comments. Many people ask when she will come back to TV.
Now the fans’ wait is over. Ushasie will soon return to television in a glam look. She will be seen in the Colors Bangla serial Tumpa Autowali.
During Sreemoyee, June’s dress, style and talking pattern were copied by many people. There are still lots of memes on June Aunty on social media. Why did she take so much time to come back?
Ushasie told the media, “I was tired working constantly. I got a lot of offers after Sreemoyee but refused them. I wanted a break. I became interested after hearing the character and hence started working again.”
Ushasie’s character, Asmita, is the sister of Arinjoy and Ashok. She was kicked out of the house for marrying someone much older than her against her family’s approval. She came back after many years with the purpose of revenge. The character is loaded with shades, but essentially, negative.
Ushasie frequently posts her yoga videos on social media. She was trolled for that and indecent proposals with lewd remarks came. To stop the trollers, she once posted a picture of Karnapirasan wearing a black sports bra and grey dhoti pants. She wrote in the caption, “Many physically and mentally ill men’s sex fantasy knows no limit seeing the yoga videos. Perhaps their sexual appetite is high. Or perhaps, in the environment where they grew up, openly insulting a woman is normal. They might have not learned to respect a woman. I have sympathy for them and the women in their lives. I have no objection if a man feels sexual attraction to my flexible body. But the way they expressed that proves that they have neither education nor class. They don't have the sense about what may and may not be written on a public forum.”