Saturday, April 17, 2010
Actress Raima Sen, famed for empiric and unconventional roles in Chokher Island and Antar Mahal, says she now wants to demonstrate her glamorous avatar on the big check. "Yes, why not. I'm all for glamour and I would sex to depict a exciting role," said Raima, who showcased her talents in both Hindi as fountainhead as regional movies. She prefabricated her launching with Godmother in 1999, followed by Rituparno Ghosh's Chokher Island and Pradeep Sarkar's Parineeta. She also featured in Antar Mahal in Asiatic and The Bong Connecter. But the 30-year-old denies on beingness identify to a specialised music. "No it's not a sensitive selection at all. Like I said, I end up choosing the incomparable of what I get. So if a zealous advertizement picture comes my way, I'll clutch it. I need to wreak with divers directors and enquiry with polar, unputdownable roles - ranging from out and out mercantile to offbeat." Raima thinks she has been fortunate sufficiency with her line-up of take when she looks hindmost and feels hot at her achievements. "I've learnt a lot, experiences that cannot be metric in line and sentences and feelings that cannot be captured in a gist. But coverall it's been a fun live. I treasure all the movies I've done so far and I've been fortunate to screw numerous opportunities to utilise with enthusiastic co-stars and directors."