Whose faith is in truth, whose weakness is her passion ……Sarbari Das, an established actress and model today from Habra, West Bengal, India with her strong ambitions. She studied in Habra till graduation and then completed her post-graduation from Rabindra Bharati University, Calcutta. There was support in the family, so modeling and acting came to her life from a very young age. Sarbari Das, an actress and model, that describes herself as adventurous. Her parents are her mentors. The colleagues who support her work are Sarbari’s favourite people. Her favourite actor & actress are Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone, favourite cricketer is Sourav Ganguly.
Sarbari Das has already worked with so many Big brans, some notable works of her are, Ratna Jeevan TV commercials for Gems & Jewelery, 24 hour channel voting advertisements, hoarding suits for JW Marriott Hotel, Hazar Duari Hotel, Howard Johnson Hotel, Blue Nile Restaurant located in City Center-2.
“No matter how bad the weather is, wherever you go, let the light shine”, this is Sarbari’s belief and at the same time her honest ambition will one day take her and her work to the heights.
An Interview With Sarbari Das
The Glam’Bug: What projects are you presently working on?
Sarbari Das: I am now associated with many significant fashion ventures, and just finished some big brand work like, Ratna Jeevan TV commercials for Gems & Jewelery, 24 hour channel voting advertisements, hoarding suits for JW Marriott Hotel, Hazar Duari Hotel, Howard Johnson Hotel, Blue Nile Restaurant (located in City Center-2, Kolkata). Also finished shoot TV serials and web series that people will see in the coming days.
The Glam’Bug: Where do you see yourself in the competitive modeling industry?
Sarbari Das: I am a very non-competitive girl. I think my main competitor is me; I do compete with is myself. Also every time I feel that I could have improved in a film or a dance. Generally, I concentrate on my own work and leave the competition part to people who are not secure about their talent.
The Glam’Bug: What do you think about bold or high fashion or nude photography?
Sarbari Das: Being bold not means that model should be naked. Boldness is about the expression, body language. But yes if the subject needs then you have to be comfortable. That’s the real challenge for a model. But my thought, nude is not about body it’s about the soul. Every picture has an identifiable story, and my body is the canvas, photographer is the story teller. It is an ART.
The Glam’Bug: How has stardom changed you?
Sarbari Das: Fame or so called stardom has transformed me without a doubt, but not in way most people believe. I am a simple girl that I was 5 years back when the world didn’t have any acquaintance with me. In any case, I do crave privacy and alone time now. So basically, fame hasn’t transformed me – it has changed my conditions, my lifestyle.
The Glam’Bug: What about your family support?
Sarbari Das: In India, basically in West Bengal, people have an idea that, the modeling industry is full of sins. But my family especially my Mom & Dad are always with me, when I decide to take my path to this industry, they supports me. Its God’s blessing to have her as mother and him as a father. They are my mentor till today. They are always holding me and support me from the behind. You can say they are my power generator.
The Glam’Bug: How do you balance your work and private lives?
Sarbari Das: It is the most difficult thing to balance your work life and your private one. I try to take out one month out each year so that I can just run away from it all with my family. I try not to work over the weekends, unless I have a commission that is not in the city where I live. Somehow, this arrangement works.
The Glam’Bug: Where do you see yourself in the next 20 years?
Sarbari Das: That is difficult to say. Ideally, I would like to be spending the life of a recluse in a cabin deep in the woods! That is all I can think of right now!
The Glam’Bug: What is your dream project?
Sarbari Das: Walking in the ramp of Paris Fashion Week, and also I would love to act in a high-budgeted movie. I love fashion, I live fashion, and it’s my dream to be recognized as an international super model. Hope in future I will be there.
Thank you Sarbari or giving as the time, we hope you will be more successful in your career, and one day we will again have the chance to interviewing you with a pleasure.