'When I was driving to the hotel from the airport, I was thinking of Rituda because I used to have a conversation with him almost on every visit that we will work together for a movie, but that did not happen.
But I'm sure I will do another Bengali film,' Vidya told reporters on the sidelines of a promotional event of her forthcoming movie 'Ghanchakkar' here. Vidya made her celluloid debut with a Bengali movie 'Bhalo Theko'. A patient of pancreatitis, Ghosh died May 30 following cardiac arrest. He was 49. Directed by Rajkumar Gupta, 'Ghanchakkar' hits theatres June 28 and also stars Emraan Hashmi as the male lead.
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