Raima Sen will remember Soumitra Chattopadhyay as the first actor with whom he did a new normal job. He shared screen space with the iconic actor in “The Bong Connection”, “Nishijpon”, “Mach Mishti and More” and “Shadow Manush”.
“I just got the news of his death. We recently shot together in August. We were shooting for a documentary. I had a guest in the film and I remember he was OK at the time,” Sen said.
She added, “Due to the current situation, the last time we worked together there was a social distance. It’s their last memory of me. I will always remember that, after the lockdown, she was the first person I shot with. It is known that he had Kovid and he was admitted to the hospital. There were other difficulties as well. It is a huge loss to the Bengali film industry as he was working very actively. He was 85 years old and no one of his age. It’s rare to see an actor. To work with the energy he has. “
She added, “The last time we worked together I was shooting with him for about an hour. I remember his joy when we chatted about his grandson. I’ve done a lot of films with him. My mom (Moon Moon) Sen) and Grandma (Suchitra) Sen) also knew him. He was my grandmother’s co-star. My mom also worked with him. So, I saw him a lot in my old age. I will always remember him as a very humble person. , Although he would come to the set and just sit in one corner.There was no fuss about it.He would talk to everyone on the set, and treat everyone politely.He had such a big job and even though he was very down to earth He was a natural actor. He was very flawless and spontaneous in acting. “
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