✍️By Special Correspondent
It is not about acting, it is about giving an art of entertainment to humanity. Catering to this thought Mr. Ayan Bose, like every aspiring actor in this realm of Bengali films, sprouted into motion pictures via short films and by being an active practitioner of theater from his early days. Growing amidst literature composed by Rabindranath Tagore, Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay and other eminent writers of Bengal, Ayan learned how to take a place to present him in a world of imagination. But he wanted to move beyond the words and give life to the characters he once read in his favorite novels. With this utmost urge to relive the moments of his favorite characters, Ayan was bewildered by the concept of assimilating literature and motion pictures. He wanted to start off immediately and made his appearance in several small budget films.
Despite the struggle, he performed in “Ajker Netaji”, “Mahalaya”, “Access Granted”, “Farewell” directed by Pritam Dutta earned a fair bit of recognition and this served as a substantial source of motivation for Ayan. However the hustle was not restricted to this, he tried his luck in several production houses but was vehemently rejected by the authorities. At this point, it felt as if his dreams of collaborating literature with films were far from reality. But Ayan kept on trying despite these setbacks and being a film buff as he was highly inspired from superstar Deepak Adhikari (Dev). He wished to replicate the superstars screen presence and waited for the perfect opportunity. As a treat to his patience and hard work, Ayan debuted in the world of tollywood cinema. His battle is impossible to express in words, but it can be witnessed in his upcoming big screen film.