Her last film was Raja Chanda's 'Kidnap', a commercial pot boiler opposite Dev. This time around Rukmini Maitra is back in theatres to thrill audiences with a more serious content-driven film this Puja. Yes, we are talking about 'Password' directed by Kamaleswar Mukherjee, an edgy film on cybercrime, the first of its kind in Bengali cinema. Playing Nisha Chatterjee, a dark web analyst with loads of action skills, has been a learning experience for the pretty actress as she lived her dreams while shooting for 'Password'. "I have always wanted to do a role where I could fight, be aggressive and show my prowess, so I literally lived my dreams while shooting for Password. In fact, while shooting for the song Trippy Lagey, my legs were so bruised due to some action sequences that I had to apply more makeup on my legs than my face!
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