Goa is like my second home: Anindita Bose

Indian actress, Anindita Bose, talks about how the film got a positive response and how she loves to come to Goa
Anindita Bose
Anindita BosePicture Courtesy: Rohan Fernandes

Based on director and filmmaker, Satyajit Ray's short story, Golpo Boliye Tarini Khuro, the film The Storyteller had its Indian premier at the first day of the 53rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa.

Indian actress, Anindita Bose, told GT that it was her first experience of attending IFFI, and coming with a film was like the cherry on the cake.

"The kind of response we got from the audience was so good! Everyone understood the humour and the jokes and the punch lines wherever they were given; it felt really good."

Anindita Bose
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"Definitely, this was the the first and the best experience, and I am hoping that I have more such experiences in future," Bose added.

Bose loves visiting Goa. And for her, Goa is like a second home. "Goa is like my second home; I just love Goa. I keep coming back here! "

The actress also mentioned that she was in Goa last week for a bachelorette trip, and Goa is a 'lucky' place.     

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