Have you seen this face before? If yes, then I can guess either you watch Assamese Cinema or Indian soap opera. If you love Assamese Cinema, then you must know the National Award Winning films Mon Jaai and Ajeyo in which she played supporting roles. If you are a soap opera fan, think of the Star Plus' historical show 'Siya Ke Ram ' or better think of Big Magic's hit serial '
Akbar Birbal.' She is Rimpi Das who has played the challenging classical roles of two varied female figures - Parvati and Anarkali on the two shows respectively.
Despite her North-East tongue, she worked on her Hindi diction to adapt to her first Hindi serial break in 'Akbar Birbal' alongside the likes of
Vishal Kotian, and
Delnaaz Irani - a fact that proves her dedication to the field of cinema. Another startling fact is that Rimpi quit her school studies to pave her film career on getting her debut Assamese movie Monot Birinar Jui, and she never looked back as her accolades in cinema kept piling up. Rimpi went on to star in various Assamese VCD films like Oromiya Mon, Phaguni, and Jonaki Mon. Her role alongside Assamese icon, Jatin Bora's Adhinayak was very much praised. Rimpi has learned Kathak and Rabindra Nritya.
She did her schooling from her hometown Tinsukia. She claims to be a big fan of Rani Mukherjee and hopes to acquire her versatility as an actress. Her most recent acquisition was her casting in the historical mythology Mahakali - Anth Hi Aarambh Hai as Devi Ganga, which aired on Colors TV in July 2017. Rimpi had been following the show and was overjoyed when she was approached for the role in September. “I have seen Mahakali from the beginning, and suddenly one day they called me for Ganga. I remember my first reaction was, ‘Wow!’ I was ecstatic when I was approached.
It is great to be in such a wonderful show,” she says, adding, “I am also a Bengali, so Mahakali is special for me.” The actress has completed two years in TV industry and is moving at a rapid pace. We can hope to see more of her as time progresses.