The actress earned appreciation for her performance in the Kaushik Ganguly film
Last Updated: 02.43 PM, Jan 23, 2023
Kaberi Antardhan, directed by Koushik Ganguly, was released last week. Srabanti Chatterjee plays the title role. She expressed her opinions about this film and some other aspects. She gave an interview with Zee 24 Ghanta and talked about her experience of working with Kaushik Ganguly. The actress said, “I worked with him while I was young. The person remains the same. He is a big actor. He explained the role clearly, and I had no problem acting. Thank you, KG.”
Srabanti acted as Prasenjit Chatterjee’s daughter some 25 years back. In Kaberi Antardhan, he plays opposite Prasenjit. Did it create any discomfort? “I will not spoil the thriller's suspense by talking about our relationship in this film. I had played as his daughter a long time back. Working with him again after so many years is like a dream. I wanted to work with him for a long time, but did not get a chance,” she said.
Presently, Srabanti is not much seen in commercial movies. What type of movies does she like? The actress said, “I want to work in every genre, be it commercial or parallel. I am an actress. I will try to portray every character on screen.”
How much did Srabanti learn from the veteran actors of Tollywood? Was this a master class to her? “Truly, I learned. I learned almost everything. I watched being mesmerised. Even if I did not have a shot, I sat beside the monitor and watched the acting of Bumba da, Koushik Sen, Churni di, and KG. I learned from their acting, glances, body movements, etc,” she said.
In this film, Srabanti’s character says, “My nudity is my concern.” What does the actress think in reality? She faced trolls many times regarding her personal life choices and her dresses. Srabanti said, “Those who criticise should think by their own lives, and then judge others. People nowadays have become too judgemental. I do not care about the trolls. Those who are comfortable with revealing dresses should not pay attention to what others say. Perhaps many people like to see them that way.”