Versatile Maria Nur | 2016-09-11 | daily-sun.com

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Versatile Maria Nur

The beautiful presenter, model and actress Maria Nur is always dynamic. When people heard her over the radio, she was always happy and boisterous. When she made her appearance in TV, she carved a special niche for herself in a very short time. When her TVC of Ekhanei.com came, everybody appreciated it! She presented some sports programmes, which gained huge response. For her charming look, attractive personality and sponteneous presentation, Maria Nur stands out as one of the most gorgeous and dynamic media personalities of current times. Groove caught a chat with her.

Nusrat Jahan Pritom     11 September, 2016 12:00 AM printer

Versatile Maria Nur

Photo: Mirza Sabbir Hussain

 

Inspiration

 

“Challenge is my inspiration. I love to challenge myself. I love to take new challenges. And new challenges always inspire me.”

 

Currently

 

“I am busy with Eid shows. That kept me busy now a day. And I am working in my regular shows of course Robi Late Night Coffee at RTV and Robi Cricket 360 at GTV. I am also shooting another show for the upcoming channel Nagorik. Besides, there are corporate shows as well. Yes, all these are keeping me busy!”

 

 

What is the Most Challenging Aspect in Media?

 

“Wow!” she exclaimed. “There are lots of challenges. I need to keep myself updated about what’s going on around the world. Being punctual is another important factor. And the toughest part is keeping myself fit and beautiful. Holding back the temptation for all the good food out there,” she added with a smile.


What Difference You Feel Between the Works of an RJ model?

 

“Well I didn’t need to put on make up as an RJ. But a TV host or model has to make up!”

 

What do You Like Outside Media?


“I am very extrovert and a very friendly person. I talk a lot when I stay with my friends. I enjoy the time.”

 

 

Most Memorable Moment

 

“My memorable moment would be while I was performing in a TVC for a coconut oil. My hair isn’t full black. But as according to the old concept for coconut oil, one needs to have black hair. I don’t know why that is so! Well my director Golam Kibria Farooki shared the same belief. But it was client’s demand as the TVC aimed to target all kinds of customers. So, I had to colour my hair into black right in the shooting spot. Though it was my original hair. No extension was used. But well the colour wasn’t original. That’s it.”

 

 


 


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