Star Jalsha to air ‘Bajlo Tomar Alor Benu’ from 20 Aug
MUMBAI: Celebrating the Debi Paksha festival, Bengali GEC Star Jalsha will air a new show ‘Bajlo Tomar Alor Benu’ from 20 August, every day at 6 pm.
The show is an inspiring story of a talented girl who makes a name for herself in the profession of idol making. The show tries to highlight the fact that the festival which celebrates the feminine divinity and spirit, it is ironic that the profession is largely male-dominated.
The story revolves around orphan Minu who is being adopted and raised by the famous idol maker Kalikrishna. He discovers her love for sculpting and idol making. He gives her shelter, mentors her and supports her in nurturing her dream. The show will chart Minu’s inspiring journey of overcoming many hurdles – both personal and professional in fulfilling her dream through an uplifting story of love, dedication, sacrifice and hard work.
Speaking about the show, the channel’s spokesperson said, “We have created many iconic women characters who have inspired our audiences to dream and aspire. Minu is a truly inspirational character. Art resides in the heart of every Bengali and I am sure that Minu’s artistic journey will be a heartwarming experience for our viewers.”
The lead character of Minu is being played by ShyamouptiMudly, while Kalikrishna’s role is being essayed by Sanjeev Dasgupta. The show hosts many popular artists from the television and theatre such as Kushal Chakraborty, Arjun Chakraborty, Deboleena Dutta, Anushree Das, and Bhashwar Chatterjee in different roles.
The show is produced by Agnidev Chatterjee Productions, the screenplay and dialogue for the show are written by Sudipa Chatterjee.
Agnidev said, “This show is very close to my heart. I am extremely excited to work on such an uplifting story on such a popular platform of Star Jalsha. We have put in a lot of passion into putting this show together and are hopeful that our audiences will find it interesting”
Sudipa further commented, “This is a story that I have been wanting to tell for a long time. I believe that Minu shall convey a very strong and inspiring message to a large section of women who are striving to create their identity, despite all odds.”