The adage "A smile is the window to one's soul" best exemplifies the personality Barasha Rani Bishaya. That enchanting smile is a dead give away to the heart of a little girl that she has. Ever cheerful, ever optimistic, and with her head and heart in the right places, Barasha best typifies the Assamese woman. And this is what makes her the most versatile actor there is in the Assamese film industry. She is also known to be a trend setter considering that she takes on roles that defines the trends that are to be set, not just in reel-life, but also in real life.
Making her debut in 1999 with the movie Joubone Aamoni Kore, Barasha has bagged many an award for her roles in movies and plays. Not only is she a versatile actor par excellence, she is also a professionally trained and talented dancer who specializes in Bharatnatyam and Xatriya dance forms besides most North Eastern folk dances. In addition to all of these, she has also acted in many television serials, short films, Chattisgarhi and Bengali movies and anchored many stage shows.
In brief, there is a lot hidden behind that angelic smile that best defines Barasha Rani.