Varsha Priyadarshini: She has given a few hits in Orissa but is yet to prove her mettle in Tollywood. Her debut release 'Jor' early this year didn't pack a punch at the box office. Catch her playing Prosenjit's sister in Goalmaal. 'Varsha exudes innocence' says Vinayak Sarkar. Srabanti: She had romanced Jeet in her debut film 'Champion' five years back and then she quit tinsel town to become housewife. Now, she is starting over with 'Bhalobasha Bhalobasha', opposite Hiran. Srabanti is still a fresh face. She's a good actress and we are grooming her : says Ashok Dhanuka , producer .
Subhashree: She has got a great launchpad with 'Bajimaat'. The Burdwan girl worked her way up from the 'Anandalok Nayikar Khonje' ( actress hunt) contest. She was Jeet's sister in her first film 'Pitribhoomi'. Subhashree has a homely girl look, somewhat like Rani Mukerji. She is not unusually beautiful but people can relate to her as their daughter and lover, says Pijush Saha.Namrata Thapa: She too has learnt the ABC of acting in Oriya films. Her first film in Tollywood is Goalmaal opposite Tota Roy Chowdhury; her forthcoming film is Ghar Jamai alongside Prosenjit.

THE OLDIES BUT GRACEFUL IN BENGALI CINEMA

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Rituparna

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June Maliya

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Mukesh Arora , the producer , kissing Rituparna at the premire of 'Phera' , a Bengali film directed by Partha Sarathi Jowardar .