Ronnie and film creation. The journey started, after his advancement from St. Edmund’s College, Shillong he went on to pursue his administration, and then joined as a management expert in big firms in Goa and came back to Delhi. But in some way, he wasn’t very pleased with the communal culture and desired to get into the artistic side. It was in 1999 when he met Shoojit Sircar who was his companion and acquaintance then. He was also just commencing in publicity as a manager. How many movies has he produced? He has shaped an overall of 6 flicks— Vicky Donor, Madras Café, Piku, and now PINK. He has also done two Bengali movies— Aparajita Tumi and Open Tee Bioscope.

Right now, he has got two flicks under construction– rom-com Hindi picture Banana and Running Shaadi.com. It’s true that Andrea Tariang got recognition from him for her role in PINK. The screenplay was about three employed girls residing in Delhi; it’s about how people look at girls particularly those coming from the North East. When he was in Delhi and Mumbai, he always saw how lassies from North East get eyed at differently because of the way they clothe, chat, and they would constantly take control and look altered. So, that’s what he had recommended that if we are to have a performer frolicking the role of a northeastern teenager, why not get a youngster from Northeast to perform that role.

So, it was well-defined, if there is a character from Northeast, we will show a girl from Northeast only. They met Andrea because her uncle stays in Mumbai. She came for an inspection, and the instant she came, Shoojit, the manager Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury and Ronnie were clear She is going to be their Andrea, and thus termed the character’s name in PINK as Andrea only. How well did his involvement in Shillong frame him as a creator? Shillong gave him the opportunity to vision big; all those years he stayed in Shillong were valuable. It gave him the needed space to think, consider and move forward. It recaps him of his origin, to absorb art and philosophy at an early age.