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Pramathesh Baruah�s works boosted my love for films: Adil Hussain

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DHUBRI, June 29 - Popular and acclaimed actor Adil Hussain while addressing a gathering in the District Library, Dhubri stated that the rich heritage of Goalpariya culture has always attracted him and motivated him in his acting career.

Giving details about inspirations and motivation in his life, he said that different works of Pramathesh Barua have always inspired him. Baruah, a son of Gauripur�s Zamindar family was a renowned actor and director who had made films like Devdas, Mukti, Zindagi, Roop Lekha and many others in Hindi and Bengali languages. �His works were realistic, his movies were very close to realism and his narratives were superior,� said Hussain who also added, �I have been visiting the Raj Bari of Gauripur since my early days, and every time I visit the place, I get connected with the works of Baruah, and my respect for his works increases every time.�

Speaking in the meet, organised by Janajagaran Manch, Dhubri to felicitate the actor, Adil Hussain said, �There is a different kind of vibe in the environment of western Assam. There are different forms of art everywhere. The culture here is so different that it inspires you to do more. It inspires you to be more than what you are.�

Talking to this correspondent, the English-Vinglish actor informed that he is very much willing to work in a Goalpariya language movie and movies based on Goalpariya culture. �I have already asked one of my writer friends to write stories based on Goalpariya culture. And we are working on it,� said Hussain who also added, �The online platforms these days are giving ample opportunity for the �out-of-the-box� contents, and if everything goes smoothly, we will soon come up with a online series based on Goalpariya culture.�

The actor was also felicitated by Gauripur Press Club and Dhubri District Working Journalists� Association.

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Pramathesh Baruah�s works boosted my love for films: Adil Hussain

DHUBRI, June 29 - Popular and acclaimed actor Adil Hussain while addressing a gathering in the District Library, Dhubri stated that the rich heritage of Goalpariya culture has always attracted him and motivated him in his acting career.

Giving details about inspirations and motivation in his life, he said that different works of Pramathesh Barua have always inspired him. Baruah, a son of Gauripur�s Zamindar family was a renowned actor and director who had made films like Devdas, Mukti, Zindagi, Roop Lekha and many others in Hindi and Bengali languages. �His works were realistic, his movies were very close to realism and his narratives were superior,� said Hussain who also added, �I have been visiting the Raj Bari of Gauripur since my early days, and every time I visit the place, I get connected with the works of Baruah, and my respect for his works increases every time.�

Speaking in the meet, organised by Janajagaran Manch, Dhubri to felicitate the actor, Adil Hussain said, �There is a different kind of vibe in the environment of western Assam. There are different forms of art everywhere. The culture here is so different that it inspires you to do more. It inspires you to be more than what you are.�

Talking to this correspondent, the English-Vinglish actor informed that he is very much willing to work in a Goalpariya language movie and movies based on Goalpariya culture. �I have already asked one of my writer friends to write stories based on Goalpariya culture. And we are working on it,� said Hussain who also added, �The online platforms these days are giving ample opportunity for the �out-of-the-box� contents, and if everything goes smoothly, we will soon come up with a online series based on Goalpariya culture.�

The actor was also felicitated by Gauripur Press Club and Dhubri District Working Journalists� Association.

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