Entertainment Desk: Debashree Gangopadhyay’s second film ‘Fatafati’ is releasing. Before that, the actress chatted with Anandabazar Online. Another identity of which is as Subhashri’s Didi.
She is known as the sister of actress Subhasree Gangopadhyay in Tolipara. He is Devashree Gangopadhyay. Till now he has started a new innings even though he is a corporate employee. He will be seen in an important role in ‘Fatafati’, produced by Nandita Roy and Shivprasad Mukhopadhyay and directed by Aritra Mukhopadhyay. The title of ‘superstar’ did not come like sister. But there is no end to ups and downs in his life. Debashree faces Anandabazar Online with marriage, divorce, children at a young age from a girl from a middle-class family in Burdwan.
Question: Usually actresses start their career at a young age. Does it seem that he started his innings a little late?
Debashree: I never thought of becoming an actress. I didn’t have the confidence to stand in front of the camera. Later, when I acted in the first film directed by Rajarshi Dey, I got appreciation from everyone. Then confidence grows little by little.
Question: What is the reason for not being confident in front of the camera?
Debashree: It can be said that it was for his appearance. I am talking about Devashree 10 years ago. I met many people along the way. Shubo (Shubashree Gangopadhyay) has entered this industry. Seeing so many things, I remember only one thing, if you don’t love yourself, nothing will happen. And more importantly, I’m not fake. i am fat I have no physical problem with it. I felt bad as a child. She was married at a very young age. My ex-husband also called me fat many times. He drew a comparison with the beautiful woman next to him. It was difficult then. At that time I became more aware of myself.
Q: Has appearance ever affected your personal relationships?
Devashree: Yes, it did. My ex-husband once said, “Your mother is always beautiful. Have you ever seen your face in the mirror? A real beauty will go out with me.” I was young then. Life was like a Shah Rukh Khan movie. Everything is broken. At the time of marriage, however, I was very thin. I gained weight after having a boy. After that we had to listen to various things. Depression comes. Even then, eating was also increased. I eat more when I’m depressed.
Q: How did you get rid of that depression?
Debashree: I got legally separated at the age of 24. Having gone through this legal trouble at such a young age. Sage in lap. Only one thought was in my mind then, I have to raise my child. May he be well. Your suffering becomes smaller then. Thank God for having such a good family. Like sisters, like parents. Subhashri pulled me out of that terrible situation. At that time he had just arrived in Kolkata. We used to rent a house. My husband still tried to contact me.
Question: Then did you think about starting a family again?
Debashree: Yes, I went. But that’s the same problem. When you want to think about someone else after having a husband, it is better not to have that relationship. I do not support alienation at all. And his father did not have a soul connection with Rishi either. I think I had to face this situation to get married at such a young age.
Question: After the second marriage, you had to face the shock. Sometimes he was alone for several years. Did you have to face any uncomfortable situation then?
Debashree: Boys think that girls being alone means that either the girl has physical needs or financial needs. They try to enter through that gap. But boys don’t understand that girls are very smart. We don’t need a man to orgasm. There are many other ways to meet the demand.
Question: Your sister Subhasree is much more successful than you, have you ever been jealous?
Devashree: Never. Shubo is not my sister, she is my daughter. I am proud of his success. Our relationship has been built that way since childhood. We are two people’s inspiration. I brought up Rishi and Shubo as brothers and sisters.
Question: Your experience of married life is not a happy one. When Raj (Chakravarthy) came in Subhasree’s life, what was the fear for the sister?
Devashree: I have never really seen a man like Raj. I have never heard a bad word from him about anyone till date. At first I thought I was more concerned about my image. But after all these years, I see that man is like that. My father’s great equation with Raj.
Q: A lot of people see your Instagram and ask, what do you do that you post pictures of in such nice and expensive clothes?
Debashree: To those who ask this question, I have been working since my first divorce. After that father has a small business, which I don’t talk about. And now I am getting some work in Tolipara. The Instagram life is not my real life. Seeing my social media pictures, my mother said, “People say you have 25 boyfriends.” Although my son repeatedly asks to go on a date. However, since the second marriage shock, my faith has been shaken.
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Q: Do not want to start life again in a new way?
Debashree: If I get a reliable person, I will definitely think about something in a new way. I will date But I’m fine alone. In the language of our new film coming out, ‘Be single and be in a relationship, it’s important to be flirtatious’.