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Rituparna Sengupta celebrates Diwali with Mahishasur Marddini team Rituparna Sengupta
Image Credit: Avishek Mitra/IBNS

Rituparna Sengupta celebrates Diwali with Mahishasur Marddini team

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 25 Oct 2022, 12:59 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Tollywood superstar Rituparna Sengupta last week celebrated festival Diwali with the co-stars and director of her upcoming Bengali film Mahishaur Marddini

Rituparna celebrated the festival at her south Kolkata residence along with co-star Shaheb Bhattacherjee and director Ranjan Ghosh.

Speaking about her way of celebrating the festival, Rituparna says, "Diwali has always remained the same. The excitement remains the same but the way of celebration has perhaps changed.

"But the fundamentals remain the same. I don't want them to change too."

"Kali Pujo is a day of celebration. We all want lights to eradicate darkness," she added.

Ghosh's Mahishasur Marddini begins with the gang-rape and murder of a ten-year-old deaf-mute destitute girl a night before Durga puja is scheduled to begin in Kolkata.

She happened to live through her days and nights at the local Hindu crematorium and Muslim graveyard.

The storyline then shifts to the house of a landlady and her four college-going tenants who are busy with last-minute festival preparations.

(Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)

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