Actor Nusrat Imrose Tisha is an Absolute Stunner. Here’s Why We Love Her

By Nusrat Jahan Pritom

Charming and gorgeous Nusrat Imrose Tisha is undoubtedly one of the most successful actresses of her time. Whether it’s on-screen or off, she can be vivacious yet retain a confident attitude. Here are ten reasons why Tisha is singled out as one of the most diverse actresses of the country

Gifted Tisha has been multi-talented right from childhood. At the age of five, she started learning music. At the age of ten, she made herself known in media through a talent hunt show! In 1993, she took second place in Bangladesh Television’s Noturn Kuri talent hunt program. In the same contest two years later, she won the gold cup award. This actress has talent ingrained in every cell of her! Tisha also has a musical side that very less people know. She had been in an all-female band titled Angel Four along with Rumana,Nafisa Jahan and Dilshad Nahar Kona. Diversity is not only retained to her acting skills!

Versatile Whether it’s the role of a village girl sporting two braids or a confident modern chic wearing a pair of designer shades, Tisha can pull of any character with aplomb. It doesn’t end here; recently, she has worked with international star Irrfan Khan in Bangla feature film Doob. Irrfan. Tisha effortlessly pulled off the role and gained immense popularity beyond Dhaliwood. Doob, the English title of which is No Bed of Roses, was produced by Kolkata’s Eskay Movies and Bangladesh’s Jazz Multimedia,

Global citizen South Korean Embassy to Dhaka has appointed Nusrat Imrose Tisha as their Goodwill Ambassador to help enhance bilateral relations between the two countries. Tisha is one of five Korea’s Goodwill Ambassadors all over the world.

Prominence In Third Person Singular Number, Tisha played the role of a young lonely woman and her grim life. The film premiered at the Pusan International Film Festival 2009. It then went on to compete in Abu Dhabi Film Festival. It had its European premier at the Rotterdam IFF 2010 as well. As a matter of fact, it was Bangladesh’s official entry to the 83rd Oscar’s foreign film category, but didn’t make the final shortlist. The entire film revolved around Tisha’s character.