Moushumi Nag

June 8, 2012

Busy actress
Several TV serials, featuring Moushumi Nag, are now on air on different channels. At present she seems to be busy with her shooting more than ever. Almost everyday she  is shooting for TV plays. Alongside she is continuing modelling as well. “Ladies First”, featuring Moushumi, is being telecast on Banglavision. The drama is aired  twice a week. The actress recently had a chat with The Daily Star about this play and others.
Which project are you working on at the moment?
Moushumi Nag: Right now I am shooting for a daily soap named “Jononi”. The director of this play is Shahadat Shujon. The play will be aired on Gazi TV.
What is your character in the play?
Moushumi Nag: I am playing the role of a girl whose father is a wealthy man. The girl has the luxury of doing whatever she likes. Understandably, the character is  somewhat of a spoilt brat.
Tell us about “Ladies First”.
Moushumi Nag: The director is SA Haque Alik. The serial just aired its 100th episode recently. Both the plot and my character are very interesting.
How many serials are you doing currently?
Moushumi Nag: A number of serials. “Agnipath” directed by Tonmoy Tansen, which has recently started, should be mentioned. In addition to this, I am also working on  “Saat Saodagor”, “Boiri Batash”, “Dokhinayoner Din” — all of which are serials.
So, does that imply that you aren’t doing too many one-hour plays?
Moushumi Nag: Not at all. I am also working in one-hour dramas. I have just finished shooting for three one-hour plays directed by Anjan Aich. They are: “Brishti  Prohor Ebong Ora Tinjon”, “Sharey Niranobboi”, “Ekti Ondhokar Shetu Ebong Roktomakha Chhobi”. I have also done another named “Ekti Shorolrekhar Sheshe Ek Jhank Holud  Projapoti”, which is directed by Nuzhat Alvi. The shooting for “Nostalgia and Cathedrin” directed by Ahmed Shushmoy, has also been finished.
Have you ever felt like your character and the story of the play resemble your real life?
Moushumi Nag: Yes, sometimes. Actually, every story is inspired by some real life experience. In the play “Ekti Shorolrekhar Sheshe ek Jhank Holud Projapoti”, I am an  actress. So, the story very much goes with my own career in acting.

-With The Daily Star input

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