Gargee Roy Chowdhary is recently seen in Satyanweshi Byomkesh essaying the role of Sukumari. The film is doing well on the box office. The actress has shared her secrets for the Durga Puja and what she love doing the most.
Gargee mentioned that she loves wearing saree and it is her forever love. “I think a woman looks mysterious, sensuous and at the same time, ethereal in the six yards. And trust me, wearing a sari gives me a sense of inner power and connects me all the more to Ma Durga, who is a symbol of shakti,” she was quoted saying to The Times of India.
Gargee said that her husband gifted an ink pen and a few books.
On the work front, she was seen in the detective thriller. The film is set in 1971 and the trailer is high on suspense with a war-torn Calcutta shown in one frame and cold-blooded murder in another.
Detective Byomkesh Bakshy is prowling on the streets of Calcutta to unravel the mystery behind a missing man. And, with each clue, the mystery seems to get murkier. Byomkesh needs to find a monster created by a gang. In the trailer, we can see Parambrata as Satyanweshi who is telling to the audience that politics always had an important connection with his stories.