Rimi Sen: Bollywood mein PR aage hai, talent peeche. I have invested in my mind, body and look. Having good looks is not enough for a person to be mature and all these years away from this industry gave me clarity. There are so many changes in me and I love them, ”shared Rimi Sen. Her glamorous and stylish photos appeared on social media recently that drew attention to her.
The 39-year-old actor appeared in films in 2000 and was part of successful films such as Dhoom (2004), Garam Masala (2005), Phir Hera Pheri (2006), Golmaal: Fun Unlimited (2006) and Johnny Gaddaar (2007). “Earlier in my career I was part of a lot of comedy films and I am not very happy with the job I got.
I was disappointed as I did not have a good chance, so I stopped imitating. At the time, I had no knowledge or options as acting was the only work I knew. I tried but to no avail. I was cut off from Bollywood as I had done nothing memorable. Today, I want to explore opportunities and create content, ”said Sen, who produced Budhia Singh – Born to Run in 2016.
He said that even today, movies are mostly male-dominated, but in my day, films were made for both men and women. When it came to films focusing on women, they did not work. Today, they have great content and directors like Shoojit Sircar and Sriram Raghavan and others have changed the content. Now, women have a lot to do in OTT and the stories are driven by characters, so age doesn’t matter.
Previously, heroines had lived a short shelf life. He said that he was unworthy back then, he had a problem with contempt working with some very good heroines. But today things have changed and even 50 plus actors got good roles.
Speaking of the new look, a little hair style and a glam style, she says that, even during her days, she did not want attention. He said that with all these years, it has not been difficult to get away from the camera. He had previously said that he would not be acting but now that he look good and confident as a person and actor, he also wants to do it again.
He has never thought of acting as a career but as a career, and making one film after another was a matter of survival for me, there has never been any creative satisfaction. He was a money maker back then. In this industry, 99.9% of luck is important and pr and strong recruitment hai toh will make it great.
Ithalente sabse peeche hai. Luck has loved me so much even though my pr is bad. He has also learned over the years and discovered it again. He has seen what he want in life. It took me ten years to know that he wanted to do better. So, here he was preparing for my second entry into films. Today, he is more confident and better than ever.