Jaya Ahsan talks about various experiences during the shooting of a new movie called ‘Fereshte’. He said this at a press conference on Saturday.
Jaya Ahsan said that because of the shooting, Jaya’s dress was like that of an ordinary poor woman. No one could recognize him in such a way. So the fishmonger thought he was poor and offered to buy rotten fish for a little money.
Explaining the experience of shooting, Jaya said, I was shooting in Karwan Bazar. Seeing my costume, no one even offered fresh fish. One of them called and said, “Take this rotten fish for 50 rupees.”
Not only that, the beggar in the street did not ask him for alms because of his simple appearance. Jaya said he was driving to the gate of the shooting. His assistant was with him. A beggar comes to ask for help to stop a car in a traffic jam.
Jaya said, “When I got out of the car window, I was not begging.” Asked Manik (assistant). He then took out his wallet and paid.
Several locations including Bashundhara residential area of the capital, Karwanbazar were selected for the shooting of Iranian director Murtaza Atash Zamzam’s movie ‘Fereshte’.
The producers-artists held a press conference on Saturday to give details about the movie ‘Fereshte’. Jaya Ahsan reported these incidents there.
Note that this Iranian movie is being made in Bengali language. Later it will be released in Iran by dubbing. Rikita Nandini Shimu, Sumon Farooq and many others have also acted in it.