May 10 (Calcutta Tube): The tall, sultry and attractive Mumtaz Sorcar, the youngest daughter of magician P.C. Sorcar Junior, is playing a character ace actresses would die for. It is the role of Musalmani in a Bengali film based on Tagore’s short [ReviewAZON asin=”1594568049″ display=”inlinepost”]story Musalmanir Galpo. Mumtaz made an impressive screen debut in Birsa Dasgupta’s 033. “But Musalmani is completely different,” she says flashing a charming smile. “It is the story of a Hindu girl abducted on her way to her in-law’s house after marriage. But when a generous Habir Khan rescued her from a noted dacoit and took her to her family, they refused to take her in. Habir Khan took Kamala under his wing and taught her everything – to ride a horse, the use of weapons, lathi fights, etc. I had to train in these arts for the role and it has been an exciting journey,” says Mumtaz. Sudip Mukherjee plays Habir Khan, Indrajeet plays one of his sons who she gets married to and Locket Chatterjee plays Sudip’s Hindu mother in a flashback. Directed by Pranab Choudhury, Musalmanir Galpo is all set to release in June this year.