April 17, 2021


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We are expatriate Bengalis, but Bengalis: Jaya Bachchan

Jaya Bachchan recited a few lines from Rabindranath Tagore’s ‘Banglar Mati, Banglar Jal’. ‘The soul of a Bengali, the mind of a Bengali, as many brothers and sisters as there are in a Bengali’s house— / Be one, be one, be one, O God ….’ He also said in ‘Blessed Girl’, these two steps are very dear to him.

Actress Jaya Bachchan, wife of Amitabh Bachchan, is campaigning for the West Bengal Assembly elections in India. He took part in a road show on behalf of Trinamool Congress candidate Arup Biswas in Kolkata’s Tollygunge constituency on Monday afternoon. Earlier, Samajwadi Party MP Jaya, who was attending a press conference at the Trinamool state office, said, “I have not come to take pictures. I have come to take part in the election campaign on behalf of the party of Mamata Banerjee, the main fighter of the movement for the protection of democracy in Bengal and the leader of the Trinamool Congress. ‘

Jaya Bachchan campaigning for Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee’s party
Jaya Bachchan on behalf of Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee’s party
“My name is Jaya Bachchan,” she told a news conference. Before that my name was Jaya Bhaduri. My father’s name is Tarun Kumar Bhaduri. We are expatriate Bengalis, but Bengalis. I did not come here to act. ‘ You have to think about it, you have to think about it. ‘


Most of the time Jaya spoke in clear Bengali for about 10 minutes. Once or twice he said in English. Explaining this, he said, “I always speak like this, in Hindi, Bengali and English.” Jaya Bachchan, an MP from the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh, also praised the Trinamool Congress government for women’s safety, saying, “West Bengal is the safest state for women in the country.” There is not much to say about it. ‘

Jaya Bachchan arrived in Kolkata last Sunday to take part in the Trinamool election campaign.
Jaya Bachchan arrived in Kolkata last Sunday to take part in the Trinamool election campaign. Photo: Bhaskar Mukherjee
Thanking Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav, Jaya Bachchan said, “Our party leader Akhileshji told me that we support Mumtaz. You will go and convey that message on our behalf.” It was very good. Because, he gave me the job. ‘He said,’ I am very happy to have the responsibility to stand by the side of a woman who is fighting alone to defend democracy. I feel proud to have this responsibility. Her head and legs have been broken, but the lion-hearted woman has not been able to crack a single point in her ability to fight. ‘

Jaira had the Samajwadi Party’s ‘red hat’ ANI on his head
Jaira had the Samajwadi Party’s ‘red hat’ on his head. He said in his own way. At one point he said, ‘Many of my friends have told me, say this, say that. I mean, don’t hijack my religion from me. Don’t hijack my democracy, democratic rights. Here I am actually all of us, and that’s exactly why I came here. Despite the difficult situation, Mamata Banerjee is fighting for the democratic rights of all Bengalis. Bengal thinks about all this long before the country and the world. ‘

Maybe there was a written statement with Jaira. But it turned out that the whole time he spoke like himself. He looked at the reporters and said like a guardian, ‘There are many beautiful girls sitting here. Wear a mask, Dad! ‘ I can’t actually say anything by planning. I say whatever comes to mind, in my mind. Man of the mind! ‘


Addressing the journalists present, he said, “You will write the truth, tell the truth. You are the people of Bengal, you should not do what the boss says. Do what the mind says, the intellect says. Bengalis have always done that, no one has succeeded by intimidating Bengalis, not yet. ‘

Amitabh Bachchan with wife Jaya Bachchan and son Abhishek Bachchan.
Amitabh Bachchan with wife Jaya Bachchan and son Abhishek Bachchan. Instagram
West Bengal Minister of State Purnendu Basu and MP Dola Sen welcomed the Bengali film ‘Blessed Girl’ at a press conference at Trinamool Bhaban on Monday. Before concluding her speech, Jaya scolded Dola, “Dola re dola re”, this is how I call her in Parliament. “Besides, she said softly to the opposition,” I will tell those who don’t like Mamata, shame on them! ”

Jaya Bhaduri was born on 9 April 1947 in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. His father is renowned journalist Tarun Kumar Bhaduri and his mother’s name is Indira Bhaduri. In 1983, at the age of 15, Jaya starred in Satyajit Ray’s ‘Mahanagar’. That debut took him a long way. Later, he received various awards including the national award Padma Shri. Jaya Bachchan has been a Rajya Sabha member for the Samajwadi Party since 2004.