Cyclone Amphan Was Worse Than Earthquake, Says Mimi Chakraborty

Mimi will be next seen in Baazi. The film is an official remake of Telugu film Nannaku Prematho which featured NTR Jr. and Rakul Preet Singh in the lead roles.

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Cyclone Amphan Was Worse Than Earthquake, Says Mimi Chakraborty
Actress cum politician Mimi Chakraborty remembers cyclone Amphan, which hit West Bengal and Odisha on Wednesday, worse than earthquake. The cyclone has destroyed thousands of people homeless and leaving lakhs without power, water and sanitation. People are protesting in the state demanding restoration of electricity.

Mimi Chakraborty said that it was a narrow escape from death. “We will be back on our feet soon. It is not the correct time to indulge in blame games. Let us do whatever we can for people who are in problem,” she added.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday conducted an aerial survey of affected regions alongside with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar. The central government has announced Rs 1,000 crore in aid for the state.

Mimi will be next seen in Baazi. The film is an official remake of Telugu film Nannaku Prematho which featured NTR Jr. and Rakul Preet Singh in the lead roles. The film was also dubbed into Hindi as Family- Ek Deal and Tamil as Anbudan Appavukku. And now it is being remade in Bengali as Baazi with Jeet essaying the role of Jr.NTR. The story revolves around a man who wants to take revenge for his father and how he takes?


Her next film is Khela Jawkhon which is a thriller movie revolving around a woman who has come out from a long-term coma with no memory of the past. Her husband starts to take care of her but she fails to recognize him and everyone else who claims to be related to her. The mystery starts to intensify with every passing minute.



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