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Moushumi Chatterjee recalls Konkona’s reaction on calling Aparna Sen ‘insecure’ | Bollywood

Veteran actor Moushumi Chatterjee has once again called Aparna Sen ‘insecure’ in a recent interview. She had talked about not working with Aparna Sen back in 2015 and called her an ‘insecure person.’ Recently she opened up about how Sen’s daughter Konkona Sen Sharma reacted to Moushumi’s words and told her to not speak ‘negatively’ about Sen. Also read: Moushumi Chatterjee reveals Mahesh Bhatt told her ‘whenever your career goes up, you become pregnant’

Moushumi Chatterjee reveals why she still thinks Aparna Sen is an insecure person.

Moushumi is one of the most popular names from the 70s. She and Aparna Sen started their career at the same time. The two collaborated for Rahul Bose’s 2010 film The Japanese Wife. While Aparna Sen was the director of the Bengali film, Moushumi played Rahul’s aunt. Later Moushumi and Aparna reunited again in the Bengali film Goynar Baksho (2013), which had also starred Konkona Sen Sharma.

Talking about Aparna Sen, Moushumi Chatterjee told Lehren, “Aparna Sen is a good writer and she can narrate very well. She is good looking and attractive person. But I find her very insecure. It is my judgment.” “Once her daughter told me why are you speaking negatively about my mother on a public platform? I said, ‘Someone’s mother is not just a mother. First, they are normal human beings. She is an individual person. And I have the right to talk about my director and my colleagues if I want to. I went for a press conference and they asked me about Aparna Sen. So I told what I felt and what I knew,” she recalled how Sen’s family did not take her 2015 comments.

She also said, “I could understand her daughter’s perspective who thought I was criticizing her mother. But I didn’t criticize anybody’s mother there. I said that she is insecure because she doesn’t give any credit to anybody. She takes help from so many people and she doesn’t mention their names also.”

Moushumi Chatterjee made her film debut with Tarun Majumdar’s Balika Badhu in 1967. She starred in several hit films such as Anuraag (1972), Roti Kapada Aur Makaan (1974), Manzil (1979), Angoor (1982), Ghar Ek Mandir (1984) and most recently in Shoojit Sircar’s Piku (2015) among others. In 2015, she also received Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award.

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