Payal Ghosh made her debut with Prayanam (Telugu) and then came up with a powerful performance in Sharpe’s Peril (for BBC), Oosaravelli (Telugu) and after winning hearts of millions with her cute performance in ‘Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi’.
It’s that time of the year again and Payal Ghosh is all set with her plans of celebrating this year’s birthday. 13th Nov, the day she was born is of course really special to the ‘Mr.Rascal’ actress and she has special plans to spend the day too.
“I’m really excited for my birthday this year, not because I’m celebrating it with my family and friends and will be the centre of attraction but because this year, I’m planning on doing something different on my birthday. I will be visiting an orphanage and spending time with the kids there, distributing gifts and happiness along with it. I think their smiles will be my greatest present and I’m really looking forward to doing my bit for those kids, who deserve every joy in the world. We always bring our birthday by partying or cutting a cake but this year, I had the urge to spend it doimg something meaningful. As a way of showing my gratitude to the Lord who gave me one more year of goodness and life , I will try to make a small difference in someone else’s lives , even if it is just for a day.“
On the work front, Payal is gearing up for her movie Red to release soon. The film RED is already very hot and sought after in the film trade and RED is Krushna Abhishek and Payal Ghosh’s most awaited ambitious film which is due for release very soon.
Recently Payal Ghosh was announced as the mid-day Style Icon, and here is what she had to say:
Being stylish is wearing something which you can wear comfortable, carry it confidently which makes you feel good from inside that you can flaunt it with ease. If the person doesn’t appear confident, no matter how big the designer, you cannot convey a lasting impression on the onlookers. Except from few magazine cover shoots where I had to appear glamorous, I have hardly adorned any revealing clothes. In reality, other than in the fashion industry, ideally the girls in normal families do not wear any revealing dresses. Personally I do not endorse skimpy clothes or too much of skin show. Fashion is all about beauty, self expression, self confidence and progressiveness. One doesn’t need to wear skimpy or revealing dresses or even branded clothes to become a Fashion Icon. It is kind of an experiment of how truly you want to express yourself in perfect combination of clothing of your choice. (As published in mid-day, mumbai edition)