Posted on April 19 2013
Konkana made her acting debut in 2000 with the Bengali film 'Ek Je Aachhe Kanya', in which she played a negative role.
Then acted in other Bengali film titled 'Titli', directed by Rituparno Ghosh, opposite Mithun Chakraborty and her mother actress-director Aparna Sen
His English-language role in the film 'Mr. and Mrs. Iyer, directed by Aparna Sen, won his first national award for best actress. Then acted in two English films - 'Chai Pani Etc. "and" Amu'.
"I will continue acting in all three languages. I consider myself blessed that I am today in several languages and all speak at least two or three languages. Believe that Hindi films are not all, but much of Indian films .'m happy to see a Bengali language film that I know and love that language, "he told PTI in an interview Konkana.
Konkana, who made his debut in Hindi cinema by national award winning film "Page 3" in 2005, said he liked working in all genres.
"Not that I like movies just realistic. I like all kinds of movies. I like being part of the movies that have a good story, good characters. Choose films that appeal to me," said the actress.
Konkona Notable performances in Hindi films including 'Omkara', 'Life in a Metro', 'Wake Up Sid', '7 Khoon Maaf 'and some others.
The brunette actress is making a comeback after nearly two years with 'Ek Thi Daayan ", a joint production company Vishal Bharadwaj and Ekta Kapoor, releasing on Friday.
The film also stars Emraan Hashmi, Kalki Koechlin and Huma Qureshi.
The horror drama is a film adaptation of the story of the father Mukkul Konkona Sharma.
"It is based on a short story that my father Mukul Sharma wrote in 1975. Was a three-page story.'s Wonderful and special to work in a film written by my father. He developed the script with Vishal" said Konkona.
Konkona, who married actor Ranvir Shorey in 2010, was far from the screen while you are busy with your baby.
"I had a baby and that's enough time. Then started working last year. Did three Bengali and two Hindi films and will release slowly," said the actress.
Konkona said motherhood has not changed much for her.
"I've been living with the same value system, likes and dislikes human self. Guess I'm basically more or less the same. Nevertheless, I have become more patient," he said, adding that a balance between work and life with a baby in arms is a difficult task.
"It's very difficult to juggle between the two for working mothers. But it is very gratifying that the payback is huge and I have no other way," he said.
Konkana admires women working and to establish a balance between work and life.
"I have learned to value working mothers, because millions of women are doing that including my maid, who does not have the resources I do. My admiration for women working has increased," he added.