The gorgeous Bipasha Basu was the star visitor at the Reliance Digital electronics store at Avani Riverside Mall, Howrah. Wowing the audience with her opening line, “Kemonachhenshobai?” she spoke about her forthcoming release ‘Aatma’, a psychological thriller directed by SuparnVerma.
The movie stars Bipasha alongside actor NawazuddinSiddiqui. The sultry actress expressed her happiness at the opportunity to portray on screen the role of a mother for the first time and said, “This role is very close to my heart.It is an emotional and entertaining film with a lot of drama. I also discovered it’s not easy to be a mom. The movie has helped me evolve as a woman.” She invited the crowd present to “Come and watch the movie with your family and friends, but not children as this is an adult movie.”
At India’s leading electronics retail store chain, she told her doting fans, “Reliance Digital is a store where you can get all the electronics under one roof, so please do all your electronics shopping from here only.
I wish the store all the very best.” Happy to be in her hometown, Bipasha gorged on all things Bengali — Alur Dom, Chingri Malai Curry, Pomfret and Seeta Bhog — and said, “I tend to eat so much when I am here,” adding that Kolkata was almost unrecognizable with so many constructions taking place. When asked if she was afraid of ghosts, the Bongshell shared, “As a child, I was a brat and my parents didn’t know how to control me. So they told me ghost stories, which stayed with me. I am still petrified of darkness and being alone.”
When asked to speak about co-star Nawazuddin in Bengali, she laughed, “If I do that, he won’t understand whether I am saying good or bad things about him. But to tell the truth, he is a thorough gentleman.His acting speaks better than my words.” In keeping with the film’s subject, Nawazuddin and Suparn both narrated bizarre incidents on the sets during shooting and how they sensed the presence of something supernatural