Best loved by fans for her iconic characters of Monisha Sarabhai and also winning hearts of her fans in ace producer Rajan Shahi’s hit TRP topping show Anupamaa on Star Plus, in her latest interview Rupali Ganguly opens up on not accepting any bollywood films.
Opening up on why she is not really interested in making her mark into the film industry and more, Rupali Ganguly opens up on not accepting any bollywood films.
Daughter of famous Indian film maker Anil Ganguly and a huge versatile TV superstar now, Rupali Ganguly opens up on not accepting any bollywood films.
After acing the character of Anupamaa so flawlessly she has once again been receiving lots of love and accolades from fans and viewers and also has become every woman’s Anupamaa who is so real and relatable and with whom they can connect and identify a mirror of themselves.
Rupali Ganguly who has hit TV shows like Sanjivani, Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii, and Parvarrish – Kuchh Khattee Kuchh Meethi to her credit, the actress says that she has taken motivation from her idol and late actress Sridevi for some of her roles and speaking up about same in her recent interview, she shares, “I feel so overwhelmed because she has been an idol, she is someone whom we have grown up watching, I have watched all her films 25-30 times. I have seen her movies like Mr. India, ChaalBaaz, Chandni, Lamhe, etc, at least 8-10 times in theatres. I am just so obsessed with Sridevi and I feel if you consider someone your idol a little bit of their mannerism reflects in your behaviour too”.
Opening up on taking inspiration from late iconic Bollywood star Sridevi, Rupali responds, “I have seen all her movies so many times. Like for Sanjivani, Ladla was my reference point, for Sarabhai vs Sarabhai, Chaalbaaz was my reference point. But for Anupamaa it has been my father’s (Anil Ganguly) Kora Kagaz”.
Even though she has been a part of her father Anil Ganguly’s bollywood movies who was a renowned film maker that had directed famous films like Saaheb, Mera Yaar Mera Dushman and Angaara, she was also seen with Govinda in Do Ankhen Barah Hath and answering about why she didn’t really take up any bollywood film projects, Rupali added, “Actually when you see the film industry with your father, it’s completely different, and when you go out to ask for work, it is very different. So I never thought about it”.