Sushmita Sen has been missing from the Bollywood silver screen, since the disastrous ‘No Problem,’ in 2014.��While there might not be much on the Bollywood front, Sen has recently made her Tollywood debut, in the Bengali film, ‘Nirbaak’ (2015). While there are many popular Hindi films that are adaptations of regional films, Sen doesn’t believe that ‘Nirbaak’ can be remade into��any other��language.
As told to NDTV, Sen feels that the film needn’t be presented in Hindi or another language, because ‘Nirbaak’ itself means speechless, and can be understood by anyone��around the world. She said, “I don’t think Nirbaak can be remade in Hindi or any other language. The film’s essence is pretty Bengali. Moreover, it is not even needed to be presented in any other language because the film’s name is Nirbaak which means speechless. There are very few dialogues in the film. So, anybody not only from the country but from the world can understand the film.”
‘Nirbaak’ released on 15th May, and narrates four love stories, all connected by a nameless woman, played by Sen. The film also stars the popular Jisshu Sen Gupta who was recently seen in ‘Piku’ (2015).