Monday, February 18, 2019

Bhabna reflects on being a writer

On-screen character, artist and an essayist, Ashna Habib Bhabna, is frequently struck by the easily overlooked details of regular day to day existence. Seeking to recount the accounts that influence her so profoundly, Bhabna as of late distributed a book titled Tara in the current year's Ekushey Boi Mela. In a meeting with The Daily Star, she discusses her new book, and different activities.

Educate us concerning your book.

My book Tara is about a young lady named Tara, who happens to be entirely guileless. It is distributed by Tamralipi Prokashoni. As an essayist, I need to recount the accounts of numerous Taras living in our general public. Indeed, even my last book, Gulnehar, had a plot revolved around a female hero.

How would you juggle between composing, acting and moving?

I am specific with regards to work. I trust that being overwhelmed with work does not enable an artiste to create great work. I take breaks regularly and do the things I adore. Composing is one of them.

Do you think it is essential for more ladies to recount their accounts through books?

I think a lady creator's accounts relating to the battles of ladies will be not the same as that of a male point of view. The stories, consequently, should originate from ladies.

Which do you appreciate more, composing or acting?

I have constantly adored acting. Be that as it may, I truly appreciate imagining stories in my psyche. I am in my very own little rise at those occasions. Sitting in my vehicle, while going to work, I frequently see the ladies outside, battling with a huge number of gazes flung at them. These occurrences motivate me to compose more, and I totally appreciate it. I recollect when I completed the process of composing Tara, I felt a void inside me. I was so joined to the character that it made me cry.

It is safe to say that you are intending to distribute another book at any point in the near future?

I am as of now taking a shot at another book called My Funny Aunty, discharging on one year from now's Ekushey Boi Mela


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