After his fleeting appearances in Bengali film "Posto" and 2014 released Bollywood movie "Mr Joe B Carvalho", singer-politician Babul Supriyo says he enjoys working in films irrespective of his screen time. The 46-year-old singer believes that his sincerity and honesty have opened new doors for him. "'One life one chance - this is my philosophy.' Things you love to get, you aspire to do will come to you one day for sure if you are honest and sincere.
You need not go for asking. "In fact I never asked for any roles. And these film roles came my way and I loved portraying in them-- be they were big or small," Babul told PTI at the premier of "Posto" here. The singer has a small appearance in the movie, which is directed by Shiboprosad Mukhopadhyay and Nandita Roy and is based on the issue of co-parenting and how children can be victims in the event of legal tussle. "I feel happy to be part of such a film themed on a serious issue which talks about the role of grandparents in shaping up the life of a child," he said. The film, which released this Friday, also features Argha Basu Roy, Mimi Chakraborty, Jisshu U Sengupta and Soumitra Chatterjee.
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