February 1, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) The name of Reshmi Mitra
features prominently among the current crop of young, talented directors
who are working at present in the Bengali movie industry. Mitra had
earlier directed films like ‘Bhalobasha Zindabad’ (2009) and ‘Piriti
Kanthaler Aatha’ (2011). In a candid conversation with interviewer
Arijit Chakraborty of WBRi, Mitra talks about her ambitious upcoming
Tollywood Kolkata Bengali movie ‘Macho Mostafa’, her work ethics and movie-making techniques and much, much more.
(Picture: From left - Hiran, Reshmi and Puja)
The interview started off on a cordial note, with Reshmi Mitra
exchanging pleasantries with the interviewer. The director also
explained how wrapped up in work she was, with her next big release,
‘Macho Mustafa’, being in the final stages of post-production. The
promotional campaigns for this big-budget commercial flick were also in
full flow, as a result of which the director was being forced to
frequently shuttle between Kolkata and Chennai. Mitra had been
interviewed by WBRi almost a year ago regarding her earlier films and it
was indeed pleasant to have her back after a brief hiatus.
Listen to Reshmi talk about Macho Mostafa (Bengali, 2012) starring Hiran and Puja on WBRi.