Dighi feels good to be stuck in Mumbai!


Dhallywood young actress Dighi was shooting Bangabandhu's biopic in Mumbai, India. After the shooting, she found out that the lockdown was going on in Bangladesh. Dighi got stuck in there, not been able to return to the country even after the shooting is done. However, she is not upset about the fact but feels good to be trapped.  

National Film Award winner, Dighi went to Mumbai on March 25 to take part in the shooting of the second lot. She will be seen in the role of Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib in Bangabandhu's biopic directed by Shyam Benegal. At such a young age of her acting career, she is playing such an important role in the films of famous directors like them. Hopefully, she will get a return ticket to Dhaka soon.

Initially, the shooting of Bangabandhu Biopic was supposed to start in Dhaka but in the end it started in Mumbai, India. Dighi's co-star in this film is Arifin Shuvvo. Because, he can be seen in the character of Bangabandhu.  About acting in the movie with Arifin Shuvoo Dighi said, 'He is very co-operative. And at this age I have heard praise from directors like Shyam Benegal! There is nothing bigger than this.’

Those from Bangladesh, including Dighi, who are starring in the film, are all staying at a five-star hotel there. Spending time sitting in the poolside of hotel, going to shopping malls enjoying their time. Dighi bought many gifts for herself, relatives and friends. As she is very fond of new shoes and clothes, she bought several pairs of shoes and clothes.

Dighi starrer two films have already been released. ‘Tumi Acho Tumi Neye’ and 'Miyabhai of Tungipara'. Dighi did not see any of the two movies yet. She said, 'I have not seen any film starring myself. I hope to see back in Dhaka.'