POST TIME: 7 December, 2017 09:19:02 AM
Shoshee has her hands full with drama serials
The actress spends birthday with family today
DL Reporter

Shoshee has her hands full with drama serials

Promising model-actress Sharmin Zoha Shoshee is spending a very busy time at this moment as her hands are full with a number of drama serials.

The ‘Hajar Bochhor Dhore’ movie-famed actress has become one of the most dependable actresses in the showbiz as she can portray challenging characters with ease. As a result, she is taking part in the non-stop shooting for various drama serials. She is currently acting in the several drama serials such as Kaiser Ahmed’s ‘Mohaguru’ and ‘Ayna’, Sohel Arman’s ‘Jolrong’, Jewel Sharif’s ‘Swapnojatra’ and Salauddin’s ‘Maya Mosonod’. Except ‘Maya Mosonod’, which is yet to air on a television channel, all other drama serials are being regularly aired on popular television channels of the country.

On the other hand, today is the actress’s birthday. DhakaLive has news that the actress has taken a break from her hectic shooting schedule today. The actress will be spending the day with her friends and family and celebrate the occasion in a homely manner.

Shoshee said, “I’m really busy with my acting, all year round and don’t even have the opportunity to talk with my family members that much. As soon as I wake up, I have to leave for shooting and when I return home from the shooting, I just freshen up and go to sleep. But today, I want to spend the whole day with my parents and other family members.”

The actress made her big screen debut with the film ‘Hajar Bochhor Dhore’ directed by Kohiniur Akter Suchanda in 2005. Later, she starred in the film ‘Ostittey Amar Desh’ directed by Khijir Hayat Khan in 2007. Since then, she has acted in Morshedul Islam’s film ‘Brishtir Din’ and late filmmaker Shaiqul Islam’s ‘Showa Chan Pakhi’—unfortunately, both of the films remain unreleased for various reasons.

Shoshee has been regularly seen modeling in the television commercials (TVC) too. Her most TVCs are ‘Pran Noodles’ and ‘Chaka Washing Powder’.