She has acted in acclaimed films like ‘Byomkesh Pwarbo’, ‘Antim Jatra’, ‘Asamay’ to name a few. She is also the Chair Person of the Southern Samity football club. Yet Jinia Roy Chowdhury finds enough time for her social works.
So, how did she manage all these? Well, the actress says the energy to juggle between her different roles is embedded in her system since her childhood days.
“I have this energy to get involved in many things since my childhood. I am a crazy fan of football since my childhood days and always wanted to do something for the society, wanted to be known for my social activities. And I am blessed to get the support from all, be it my football club, production house or my family. I feel I have responsibility to do something for the society,” says the actress who is now representing Bengal at a national level as one of the Five Finalists in Miss & Mrs Face of India.
Jinia will next be seen in a film that speaks about unity. Directed by Saurav Pal, ‘Aguner Porosmoni’ stars former footballer Subrata Bhattacharya among others.
“We were shooting for the film before the lockdown started. Almost 80 per cent shooting was completed. But since the rest of the shoot requires public gathering and the difficulties of working with such a small number of crews we couldn’t resume the shoot. I play the lead role of a media person in the film who is also involved in social works. Apart from this film, I am also in talks with Judhajit Sarkar for his next film but the talks are only in initial stage,” adds Jinia.