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COLORS Bangla invigorates television programming with Prothom Protisruti

MediaInfoline February 28, 2018

Stirring thoughts and perceptions, Bengali stories and literature are prominent in society for provoking rational thinking amongst readers. COLORS Bangla is proud to recreate the magic of Prothom Protisruti – one of the most riveting tales penned by author Ashapoorna Debi through a period drama that will bring to life the revered and distinguished ideals of the author. Premiering on Monday, March 5 Prothom Protisruti airs from Monday – Sunday at 9:30 pm only on COLORS Bangla.

The first installment of the trilogy, Prothom Protisruti invokes a deep notion on the slow yet gradual evolution of society in Bengal through the viewpoint of three generations of women. The protagonist Satyabati’s journey on the show will take the viewers through various stages of liberation and finding her true identity. During the post-independence era, society was facing drastic changes, and Satyabati faced insufferable struggles trying to survive while living by her principles.

Commenting on the concept of the show, Rahul Chakravarti – Business Head, Colors Bangla and Colors Odia said, “Bengali literature has played a pivotal role in bringing about a revolution in mindset of the society. Revitalizing these glorious pieces of art through the medium of television, we aim to satiate the demand of the viewers for meaningful content. The story of Saytabati in Prothom Protisruti encapsulates a rousing and spirited journey of a woman striving to make her place in post-independence India. The eloquent ensemble cast complimenting the riveting story will make the show a must-watch for all television viewers.”

Produced by DAAG Creative Media, Prothom Protisruti will see the lead role of Satyabati portrayed by Sushmili Acharjya, and supported by a stellar cast including Prerona Bhattacharya (Bhubaneshwari), Manasi Sinha (Elokeshi), Mallika Majumdar (Mokkhoda), Sujan Mukherjee (Ramkali), Falguni Chattopadhay (Kunjokali), Laboni Bhattacharya (Sankari) and Biplab Bandopadhyay (Nilambar).

Watch the inspirational story of Satyabati that celebrates the spirit of survival and hope, unfold on March 5, airing Monday to Sunday at 9.30 pm only on COLORS Bangla.


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