In 2013, Jaya Ahsan debuted in the adjacent entertainment industry through her work in the film “Aborto”. Charu Sen’s character, portrayed by Jaya under the direction of Arindam Sil, exhibits a multifaceted persona of a homemaker who struggles with the conflict between her emotions and responsibilities.
The accomplished actress has recently marked a decade in the Tollywood industry with the release of her latest work, “Ardhangini”. The actor recently asserted this to The Telegraph, expounding on the factors that allured her to her most recent cinematic endeavour.
The actress reflected on her journey in Tollywood during a prior interaction with the media. She acknowledged that although she has not appeared in many films, she is content with the response and admiration that the select few films she has been a part of have garnered. She expressed profound affection and respect for the individuals accompanying her throughout the journey.
As she prepares for her upcoming film, “Kadak Singh,” in which she will once again collaborate with Kaushik Ganguly and Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, the actress’s burgeoning career will surpass another milestone. The forthcoming movie will serve as her introduction to the Hindi film sector and reinforce the concept she had previously put forth.
In her interview with The Telegraph, Jaya asserted that artists possess the potential to pursue opportunities beyond geographical boundaries. The individual further demonstrated that while her affections lie with Bangladesh, her professional identity as an artist transcends national boundaries. Jaya expressed her career aspirations to involve collaborating with emerging talent in the OTT industry. She further stated that the director’s experience level would be a minor factor for her as long as a compelling script was available.