Mumbai, June 29 (IANS) Actress Konkona Sen Sharma’s journey in the industry has been straightforward, largely displaying her tremendous acting skills in non-‘masala’ cinema nut shje terms it “convoluted”.
Attending a special initiative “Career Konnect: Power to Women” aimed at encouraging working mothers, Konkona said: “My journey has been a convoluted one till now. I didn’t know what I wanted to do when I was in college.”
“And acting was something I happened to stray into and subsequently made it my world though it was already my world because of my parents (mother and leading actress Aparna Sen).”
The event was conducted to spread a message among women to continue working after marriage and children and to also urge them to pursue their passions in the choice of their profession.
Konkona was recently in the news for her Bengali film “Shajarur Kanta” which was based on a Byomkesh Bakshi novel. Her last Hindi film “Ek Thi Daayan” had come out two years ago and she will be next seen as a police officer in Sonakshi Sinha’s “Akira”.