No random films for Riya Sen
Bollywood actress Riya Sen, who was praised after her performance in 'Noukadubi' (Kashmakash in Hindi version), said that she wants to act in good Bengali films and is waiting for a good script.
The actress was here in the city on Sunday, for an event organized by apparel retail chain 'CitiMart' to declare eleven lucky winners of its 'Monsoon Hungama' contest.
At the event, Riya said: "I will act in a Bengali film only if I receive a good offer. I would love to work in good parallel films as my sister is working. I am waiting for a good offer."
"After 'Noukadubi', I don't want to do any film, just for the sake of doing a Bengali movie."
Revealing about her upcoming projects, she said: "Currently I have completed two Hindi films, one is 'Zindegi 50-50' with Arya Babbar and the other project is 'Hay Rabba Mein Kaya Karun', featuring Paresh Rawal, Arshad Warsi and few new actors."
Sharing her plans for the upcoming Durga Puja, the actress revealed that she would love to be here in the city during the festival and spend time with her family including her grandmother, Bengali superstar Suchitra Sen.
Speaking about 'CitiMart Monsoon Hungama', Riya said: "This is such a nice gesture. CitiMart made the consumers feel special. We all love to be recognized and CitiMart in this effort has just done that for its customers."
Susan Mantosh, the managing director of the brand, who was also present at the event, said: "We have always tried to establish a direct communication with our consumers. 'Monsoon Hungama' was a part of that initiative."
The prizes which were given to the winners, included refrigerators, washing machines, DVD players, trolley bags and other household utility items.