This photo of Tillotama Shome was “confusing” to some. Because, the monsoon wedding


Tillotama Shome shared this flashback (courtesy tillotamashome)

Strong points

  • Tillotama Shome recently shared a comeback photo
  • “It was the first photo shoot of my life,” she wrote
  • “The location was the rail museum,” she added.

New Delhi:

Actress Tillotama Shome was just a college student when she did her first photoshoot – she recently shared a glimpse of it on her Instagram. “It was my first photo shoot of my life. Back in Delhi’s time. The location was the Rail Museum. My photographer friend was more comfortable photographing nature and animals, but agreed to it. do, “Tillotama captioned his post. Tillotama was studying literature at Lady Shri Ram College in Delhi when she actively started doing theater. Mira Nair film in 2001 Monsoon wedding marked her acting debut, in which she was chosen as a housekeeper named Alice. The filming location for Mira Nair’s wedding drama was Delhi.

In her Instagram post, Tillotama revealed that after appearing in Monsoon wedding, she had landed in Mumbai with her very first photo shoot as a portfolio, which she had to send for role auditions. Tillotama Shome added that people have failed to identify the one in the photo as Alice from Monsoon wedding: “PS – I came with prints of this photo and two more in Bombay. They couldn’t locate Alice from Monsoon wedding and this girl. “It was confusing”. So I left Bombay and went to study and came back when people were a little less confused. “

Take a look at Tillotama Shome’s comeback post here:

Monsoon wedding marked Tillotama Shome’s debut as an actress. She is best known for starring in critically acclaimed films such as Shadows of Time, Tasher Desh, A Death in the Gunj, and Children of War. Tillotama Shome won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress in 2018 for the film Mr., in which she also played the role of a housekeeper. She was last seen in a brief role in the 2020 film Middle Angrezi.

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