Actor Parambrata Chatterjee has made his fans more curious by his tweet. The actor has shared his take on the caste division which is still prevalent in society. Parambrata who will be next seen in Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan is releasing on December 6.
In India there are many foods which is also according to caste. And he has his opinion on this. He took to his official Twitter handle and shared, “I eat onion, garlic, meat, fish, I love my weekly vegetarian day, shukto’ is my favourite vegetarian dish, go figure! I’m a Bengali! My parents refused to make me conscious of my Brahmin identity, so that I never even think of considering myself superior. Thank you,Baba & Ma.”
He further wrote, “Also, I have hoards of friends who DON’T eat onion, garlic meat or fish. Neither have they made me feel inferior,nor have I made them feel less privileged, ever! And that’s the way to be, in my humble opinion.”
Also, I have hoards of friends who DON’T eat onion, garlic meat or fish. Neither have they made me feel inferior,nor have I made them feel less privileged, ever! And that’s the way to be, in my humble opinion. https://t.co/L21tDkOoFX— parambrata (@paramspeak) December 5, 2019
This ended here, even his fan also replied, “Well, Bengali Brahmins consume meat and are different from Brahmins of other regions. Nonetheless, more power to you.”
On the work front, Sagardiwpey Jawker Dhan is a sequel of Jawker Dhan which was released in 2016. The film is located on a remote island in Southeast Asia lies the mythical Red Mercury, a chemical compound that could well be the key to resolving the fossil fuel crisis. But that`s not all. Research suggests that this rare compound could also bring about advancements in medical science.
Parambrata Chatterjee and Gaurav Chakraborty play Bimal and Kumar and Koel Mallick will be essaying the role of a doctor. The poster looks fun ride and gives a glimpse of film being a treasure hunt thriller.
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