Actress Neha Dhupia wants to work with Rituparno Ghosh whom she counts as one of the very talented moviemakers from Bengal.
Language would not be a bar with her if she got to work under her ‘favourite’ director whose Chokher Bali she had seen and liked,Dhupia said.
From Rituparno Ghosh’s rich oeuvre and from what I have known about him,he is one director from Bengal,a land of creative people,I shall undoubtedly love to work with, she said.
Dhupia,the Femina Miss India winner in 2002,was in town to inaugurate a new lounge here recently.
Neha,whose performance in Shootout at Lokhandwala was praised by critics,said she was open to offers from other directors as well from Bengal from where so many big names came to the world of cinema,provided they were good.
About her upcoming Bollywood projects,Neha said she was enthusiastic about the Kabeer Kaushik film ‘Maximum’ with Sonu Sood and “Raftaar 24×7” with Imran Hasmi.
I am now counting on these two movies which are very different in treatment and execution,and both will be released in this year, she said.
Neha inaugurated a poolside lounge ‘Inferno’ at The Chrome Hotel,a new entrant in the Kolkata party circuit.