Regretting that she did not get a chance to work with late filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh, actress Vidya Balan Thursday said she would like to work in a Bengali movie.
"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.
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Its unfortunate that Rituda passed away unexpectedly. A loss for Indian film industry definitely.
If VIdya and Rituda had worked together, maybe we could have got another great movie from both of them.
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