Shampa Banerjee, who attempted leads in serials such as Colors Bangla’s Shesh Theke Shuru and Rupashi Bangla’s Bodhua , says she is eager to paper the part of a wrongdoing writer in Aakash Aath’s new cleanser ‘Satyamev Jayate’.
“I had for a long while been itching to raise my voice against all the grave issues of our general public. Be that as it may, my delicate and timid nature had ceased me from doing as such. Presently, that wish of mine will be satisfied by means of this serial,” she communicated to bes-parmak.com.
She included, “I am eager to assume the part of a no-nonsense wrongdoing columnist without precedent for my profession.”
Taking into account investigative news coverage, Satyamev Jayate is the tale of a basic young lady Srimoyee Banerjee (played by Shampa), who flees from her home to satisfy her fantasy of turning into a wrongdoing journalist.
Through her character, the cleanser means to uncover the genuine countenances of wrongdoing before truth. As the story continues, issues like kid work, ladies trafficking and murdering of female embryo will come up.
Srimoyee’s adventure won’t be a simple one. She will need to battle despite seemingly insurmountable opposition, danger of life, risk of removal from society. There will likewise come a period when she will need to pick between her family and calling……
How she will manage these issues is for the viewers to discover.
At the point when tested how she arranged for the part, Shampa joked, “Viewing the news channels have helped me a great deal to comprehend the non-verbal communication of the columnists.”
“We all are exceptionally energized and are anticipating get the serial at night. We have asked for the creation group to twist up today’s shooting as right on time as could reasonably be expected,” she closed down.
Coordinated by Arindam Basu, it additionally stars performing artists like Buddhadev Bhattacharya, Dipankar Dey, Mou Bhattacharya, Ayush Das, Siddhartha Ghosh, Partho Santra, Priyam and Krishnakishor Mukherjee,
The serial will begin from today evening time (14 March) airing each Monday to Saturday at 9 pm….
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