Lisa Ray: Kolkata takes me on nostalgia lane
Indo-Canadian actress Lisa Ray says she misses the Durga Puja frenzy of Kolkata where she spent her childhood
Indo-Canadian actress Lisa Ray says she misses the Durga Puja frenzy of Kolkata where she spent her childhood.
Lisa, who was born to a Bengali father and a Polish mother, spent her younger days in Kolkata's famous Shyambazar.
"Kolkata takes me on nostalgia lane in every visit.
Especially when the whole city gets decked up to receive the Goddess in this month of the year," Lisa told reporters here.
The 43-year-old actress, whose first major Bollywood role came with 2001 film "Kasoor", is currently working on two Hindi films.
"I have two Hindi projects coming up," she said The actress was in the city to unveil Rado's diamond-studded timepiece collection for women, said, "Diamonds are always a girl's best friend - both complimenting western and ethnic wear. They always make a woman feel special. It enhances the beauty of women not in a conspicuous way..."