Not just a photogenic face
Ever since she won one of the top spots at the “Lux Anondodhara Photoshundori” contest, model-actress Tinni has cemented her position in the media. However, even though she was at the peak of her career, she took a break when she had her daughter, Warisha, who is now the fountain of joy for Tinni. The actress does not regret her hiatus; rather she rejoices in her role as mother.
Tinni returned to the scene with Chayanika Chowdhury's “Kagojer Ghor”, and gradually regained her niche in the field. TV serial “Lilaboti”, based on a Humayun Ahmed novel and directed by Arun Chowdhury, is currently being aired on ATN Bangla. Tinni plays a non-glamorous role in the serial. She says she received positive response from the audience for her roles in “Kagojer Ghor” and “Lilaboti” as she focused more on the plots and characters. She adds that it was always her goal to be an actress, rather than a star.
On her return to showbiz, Tinni says she aspires to continue laying emphasis on quality work. She adds that she plans to be very selective from now on, taking on more challenging roles.
The actress has returned with newfound dedication and respect. She refutes common myths about actors failing to make it in the media after a break.
Despite her full-fledged return to the media, Tinni manages to spend quality time with her husband Hillol and daughter Warisha.
The versatile artiste also sings; a song recorded by her appeared in the 2007 album. However, plans to bring out an album with Bappa Mojumdar failed to leave the tarmac. Tinni loves to sing; she has rendered songs on Eid TV shows. Her vocal prowess can be found in the title song of Halim Talukdar's TV play “Golmal”.
Tinni is currently busy on the silver screen as well; she is starring opposite filmstar Shakib Khan in Sohanur Rahman Sohan's “Shey Amar Mon Kerechhe”. The actress is hopeful about her latest venture, adding that she has plans to be active in mainstream movies.
Tinni is not afraid of self-evaluation, adding that she trusts people too readily, which often causes trouble for her.