It is said that take after your fantasies as they keep you alive and confident.
In any case, is it generally great to pursue your fantasies? Imagine a scenario where the trip is loaded with unbreakable thrones. Imagine a scenario where your fantasies trap you in an endless loop furthermore make issues for somebody.
All things considered, Colors Bangla’s new serial “Benebou” is about finding these answers through the two lead heroes Shapla and Palok tried by Chandni Saha and Tonni Laha Roy individually.
Different performing artists to be a piece of the show incorporate Mita Chatterjee, Raja Chatterjee, Kanchona Moitra, Bimal Chakraborty, and Alik Banerjee to give some examples.
Presently going to the plot, as specified over, the story is about dreams and yearnings of two young ladies: Shapla, a poor town young lady who goes along with her dad’s jatra group and Palok, a rich cutting edge taught young lady who dreams to become wildly successful in the demonstrating business.
A story without a legend would be deficient. In this way, to include show in the account of these two young ladies would enter Ved (Alik). He is a rich M.B.A go out business person.
In the unpredictable game of life, an interesting thread would connect the three people.
Palok and Ved’s marriage gets fixed through the family but the former is in no mood to get hitched as she wants to fulfill her dream of modelling. Instead, Shapla gets married to Ved by chance.
But Ved is in love with Palok so how their lives will change after this turn of the event is for the viewers to find out.
Snehasish Chakraborty, Blues, said about the serial, “Benebou is a clean lucid story presented rationally. It has all the ingredients required for an entertaining show.”
“I believe people love my serials. I expect apart from children, it would appeal to everyone,” he added with a smile.
When quizzed what made him zero in on the term Benebou, he quipped, “Benebou is a name of a bird (black-hooded oriole). It is said that one needs to be careful about the kashandhi (a food item) or else the bird would destroy it by entering inside the house. The term has been used as a symbol in the story. Here Benebou represents Shapla……
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