In this post, you will find great Victor Banerjee Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I loved working with Ram Gopal Varma in ‘Bhoot.’ Surprisingly, he remembered my earlier performances and narrated them to me frame by frame when we met for the first time.
I had the most amazing childhood in the natural surroundings of Assam.
My connection to Dima Hasao has been very old. As a child I used to visit the place and have always been mesmerized by its breathtaking beauty.
I grew up in the North-East so identifying with mountain people – their simplicity and honesty – comes naturally to me. I even call myself an honorary Garhwali.
If you are not taught Tagore in school, your association is limited to reciting the National Anthem.
I’ve been involved with disability activities for over 40 years. I have done programs with several disabled children and involving them makes the performance genuinely heartwarming.
I have to keep the kitchen running, so I can’t stop acting in commercial films.
Both Ram Gopal Varma and Subhash Ghai are great directors and it was a great experience working with them.
I personally think our national anthem is not patriotic enough. There is another poem by Dwijendralal Ray called ‘Dhono Dhanne Pushpe Bhora,’ which is more soul-stirring as a national anthem.
The worst thing is that filmmaking is an expensive medium and money corrupts cinema right at the beginning.
Age isn’t an attraction. Imagination is.
The Calcutta public accepted me and put me where I am. I will always be grateful to them.
With age you tend to become intolerant and it becomes difficult to give your best in trying circumstances.
I have acted in ‘Unfreedom’ and I know that I will be there in ‘Ayodhya.’
Everybody is a film critic today, just like everybody who has a DSLR or a mobile phone is a photographer today. But, a saturation point will come some day.
Street food has always made life and living in Calcutta so much more easy and attractive.
Bengali serials are far superior than their Mumbai counterparts.
I am drawn more towards Russian films owing to their compelling camera work, because of my own inclination towards cinematography.
One of the greatest attributes most Hindus have is acceptance.