Do you miss her? I am very happy to know she is embracing the wonderful experience of motherhood and it’s the most important role in a woman’s life, but I feel deprived.
Konkona Sen Sharma is a divine actress. She is born for the screen. She has a range of emotions that is unmatched, a rainbow of emotions. I like this picture because it displays her cattiness, her playfulness, she is teasing you. But she can also break your heart, at least make it stop for a few moments.
Born in 1979 smash into a filmi family, daughter of the incredibly talented and accomplished actress/ director /writer Aparna Sen, who I deeply admire, Konkona didn’t have to look far for the best possibly intro. As a matter of fact, her mother directed and wrote some of her most memorable and intriguing roles, Mr and Mrs Iyer, her break-0ut role and 15 Park Ave.
She is married to the versatile actor Ranvir Shorey. It assures that acting will certainly stay in the family. Look at the baby now, you’ll probably see it again in 18 years on screen..
Konkona played in some of my favorite movies, off-beat, or parallel cinema, as it has been labeled. Page 3, Traffic Signal, Mixed Doubles, Life in a Metro, Luck by Chance, The President is Coming… all films you should absolutely watch and it will change your view on what Bollywood is all about.
Her filmography is impressive and I wouldn’t be surprised at all if she started writing and directing, following the footsteps of her mom.
Young Mrinalini Mitra
Zeinab (segment “How can it be ?”)
Tilottama Das Punj
Meethi (as Konkona Sensharma)
Meenakshi Iyer (as Konkona Sensharma)
Ria (as Konkona Sensharma)
Teenage stepmother (as Konkona Sensharma)
Daughter (as Konkona Sensharma)