Kolkata, 30 August: Star Jalsha is the leading entertainer in Bengal. Being true to its motto, ‘Chalo Paltai’, it strives to be the changing catalyst, inspiring millions in Bengal by telling progressive stories and creating iconic characters. Star Jalsha organized a press conference regarding the launch of its new show “Irabotir Chupkotha” in the presence of popular actress Monami Ghosh along with the producer Snigdha Basu. The show will hit the screen of Star Jalsha 3rd September onwards from Monday to Sunday at 7pm.
Monami Ghosh who started her career as a teenager and best known for her acting skills will make her comeback as Iraboti to television industry after her last show Punyi Pukur with that Star Jalsha introduces a fresh male icon Syed Arefinas playing the role of Akash Chaterjee in the show. The new show tells us the story about Iraboti’s life takes a sudden turn when she comes across Akash – a rich NRI, arrogant and flamboyant man. Akash being a woman hater because of his past and is unmarried even at his late 30’s. Later Akash threatens Iraboti and her family’s existence.
With Irabotir Chupkotha Bengal will witness the story of Iraboti and Akash who had conditioned themselves to lead a compromised life till they fall in love with each other to realize that it is never too late to give a second chance to love and life. The new show comes from the house of Acropolis Entertainment which has already delivered the path breaking shows for Star Jalsha like Bodhuboron and Milan Tithi.
Actress Monami Ghosh speaking about her character as Iraboti said “Iraboti is an independent working woman who balances work and home. She is a positive girl and happily unmarried at the age of 32 with all responsibilities after her parent’s death. It is a unique story that every woman will be able to relate” and guaranteed that the audience will love the character as it has nothing to do with her past characters you have seen her playing before.
Speaking on Irabotir Chupkotha, Producer Snigdha Basu said “Iraboti represents today’s modern woman who shoulder the responsibility of their home and loved ones, not only through their love, care and hard work, but financially as well in doing so their own priorities often take a back seat. Irabotir Chupkotha will reflect the journey of many such women, to whom love comes perhaps a little late in life.”
Text by Atrayee Bose
Photograph by Tanmana Pal