GUWAHATI: In the heart of Bollywood, Tripura has become a source of rising talent, and two exceptional individuals are carving their paths to stardom.
Srijita Bhattacharjee and Nabanita Saha, both hailing from the state, are poised to leave their indelible marks in the country’s biggest film factory.
Srijita, a resident of Agartala, is on the verge of a remarkable Bollywood debut, a journey that has been nothing short of unexpected and extraordinary.
While currently working as a flight attendant in the bustling city of Mumbai, her life took a delightful twist when she serendipitously crossed paths with Bollywood director, Alok Srivastava, at Mumbai airport.
Srivastava, recognising her latent potential, extended a rare invitation for her to visit his office.
Reports in the press suggest that Srijita is all set to join the cast of Srivastava’s upcoming movie, Manali Krim, scheduled to commence production in January.
This unexpected opportunity has opened a thrilling new chapter in Srijita’s life.
Reflecting on her newfound aspirations, Srijita shared with the press that while acting in Bollywood was not a childhood dream, her passion for the industry grew with time.
Meanwhile, Nabanita, a teacher in Udaipur, has embarked on her Bollywood journey through the enchanting magic of her melodious voice.
Her incredible journey from the heartland of Tripura to the bustling streets of Mumbai is a truly inspiring tale.
Nabanita has lent her voice to two duets with eminent artists, Shabbir Kumar and Shaan.
Adding to her list of achievements, she has also sung a new song for Bageshwar Dham.
Her musical journey began under the guidance of Sangeet Guru Bimal Chakraborty in Udaipur before she continued her training under the tutelage of renowned artists from Agartala, including Late Harekrishna Roy and Nikhil Sutradhar.
With Srijita and Nabanita, Tripura adds its vibrant colours to the ever-evolving canvas of Bollywood, proving that talent knows no boundaries and dreams have the power to transcend borders.