Nusraat Faria Jeet First film release this year Inspector Notty K
12:00 AM, January 30, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 02:11 PM, January 30, 2018


Nusraat in uniform

Nusraat Faria created quite a stir last year, and it looks as though the popular film actor is already off to a great start in 2018. January 26 marked her first film release of this year, titled “Inspector Notty K”, where she worked alongside popular West Bengal actor Jeet. The Daily Star recently caught up with Nusraat Faria on the release of her latest venture, and more:

What are your expectations for “Inspector Notty K”?

NF: The film has received a lot of positive response already, and so my expectations are getting higher over time. The film was made to cater to the demands of the audience, and all that matters is if people have a good time watching it in the movie theatres.

What character do you play in the film?

NF: I play a police officer named Samira, and I had never played a uniformed individual before. I had an amazing time on set, and it didn't take much time at all for me to become one with the role.

Have you ventured to the movie theatre to watch the film?

NF: I have seen it in a movie theatre in Kolkata, as it was released earlier there, but I've yet to visit one here in Dhaka. I plan to do so very soon though, with my family.

Why do you feel viewers will enjoy the film?

NF: In the busy lives we all lead, we all need a little entertainment to recharge ourselves; whether it's by listening to music, watching a movie, or traveling. “Inspector Notty K” has already proved to be quite entertaining with viewers. It is also suitable for audience across all ages, so people can watch it with their families.

You have worked with Kolkata actor Jeet before. What is the experience like?

NF: I am quite comfortable working with Jeet and we share a good understanding, which is necessary to make a good film. In the film I play Samira, and he is cast as Notty K.

What do you hope to achieve in your career this year?

NF: I'd like to be more selective with the films I am offered, so that I can ensure something good comes of it in the end. Whatever role I play, it will be worth it if it proves to be memorable for viewers.

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