Born in Kolkata brothel, now asst director in Hollywood
"I came to the US in 2005 and was accepted in a New England, preppy, outdoor high school in the white mountains of New Hampshire," Halder told TOI. "I had quite a bit of difficulty with the accent. But I remember every time I would learn a new word or hear a word that sounded different, I would go the bathroom, and practice in front of a mirror till I got it down. And, of course, there was a huge culture shock."
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