The ‘Swapnajal’ actress has been crying since the news of her death. Even sitting far away, this legend was by the side of the fairy in the days of sorrow. Abdul Gaffar Chowdhury wrote a special article about the fairy in the Anandabazar newspaper of India.
Parimani wrote a poem at the door of the court when she was involved in a lawsuit. The title of the poem, which was published in a local national daily, was ‘Parimani, you don’t cry for me’.
In the poem, he compares his girlfriend with his mother.
Wrote, ‘I saw the tears in my mother’s eyes. ‘
The fairy is crying anew after reading that poem.
Recalling Abdul Ghaffar Chowdhury, Parimani said, ‘You have been looking for me almost every day for four months in a row on WhatsApp.
My eyes got really wet after hearing the news.
It was said that he would come to the country, we will meet.
Called even in sickness. I will never forget him. ‘