Lux Channel i Superstar Mehzabien has made a name for herself since the competition, beginning with modeling and then moving on to acting. She currently has a busy schedule shooting for TV plays. This Eid-ul-Azha, Mehzabien made a mark through her performances in TV plays, most notably Mizanur Rahman Aryan's “Boro Chele” opposite Apurbo that was one of the biggest hits of the festive season. In a recent interview with The Daily Star, Mehzabien spoke about her work and future plans.
How did you spend Eid?
Mehzabien: It was spent very well. I was able to spend some quality time with my family, and also go about the city with my friends.
Did you watch your Eid special plays?
Mehzabien: I couldn't watch all of them, but tried to watch most. I really enjoyed some of them. Quite honestly, when I watch the ones that I know have a good story, it inspires me to keep doing good work. I also watch plays done by others.
Your play “Boro Chele” was highly appreciated. Were you able to watch that one?
Mehzabien: Yes, I was. It's an amazing story. And a lot of people seem to be speaking about it. Even those close to me have made it a point to let me know how well I have done in it. Being a part of “Boro Chele” was a very satisfying experience for me.
During shooting, did you know “Boro Chele” would go on to be this popular?
Mehzabien: Not really. None of us really thought it would be so well received by the audience. But while we were doing the work, we all felt like we're collectively doing a good job.
What kind of work piques your interest?
Mehzabien: Honestly, the whole 'university student in a love story' thing does not appeal to me. I am always interested in a good storyline and a strong character. Unique stories excite me, because they are the kind the audience always wants.
What are you future career plans?
Mehzabien: The only plan I have is to keep doing good work. I don't want to overwork myself, but I want to make sure the work I do is praiseworthy.