Bodhu Kon Alo Laaglo Chokhe

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Bodhu Kon Alo Laaglo Chokhe
GenreDrama
Comedy
Romance
Created byShree Venkatesh Films
Written byStory
Shrabasti Basu
Dialogues
Saswati Ghosh
Directed byJoy Mukherjee
Joydeep Mukherjee
StarringPayel Dey
Sourav Chakraborty
Koushik Roy
Chandrayee Ghosh
Saayoni Ghosh
Voices ofTitle track by Madhuraa
Composer(s)Raja Narayan Deb
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Bengali
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes772
Production
Producer(s)Shrikant Mohta
Mahendra Soni
Production location(s)Kolkata
Running time20 mins
Production company(s)Shree Venkatesh Films
Release
Original networkStar Jalsha
Audio format576i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original releaseJanuary 16, 2012 (2012-01-16) – June 28, 2014 (2014-06-28)
Chronology
Followed byTumi Asbe Bole
External links
Official Website

Bodhu Kon Alo Laaglo Chokhe (Bengali: বধূ কোন আলো লাগলো চোখে); was a Bengali television serial which used to air on GEC Star Jalsha. It was produced by Shree Venkatesh Films and started Payel Dey and Sourav Chakraborty in the lead roles.

Plot[change | change source]

The serial takes its name from a song from the dance drama Chitrangada,by Tagore.This is a story of a beautiful girl name Aalo and the various ups and downs she goes throughout her life. A failed marriage caused Aalo to attempt suicide but the twist of fate brought Sourav to her. Aalo accepts to nurture Sourav’s daughter Icche, who suffers from an incurable disease. Though Aalo and Sourav care for each other they never represented themselves as ideal married couple as both of them are traumatized with their past experience of marriage.[1][2][3][4][5]

Present cast[change | change source]

  • Payel Dey as Aalo Moitra
  • Sourav Chakraborty as Sourav Moitra
  • Chandrayee Ghosh as Debjani Moitra / Debi
  • Koushik Roy as Sougata Moitra
  • Sagnik Chatterjee as Sourish Moitra
  • Sohini Sanyal as Indrani / Indu
  • Elfina Mukherjee as Chandrani / Chhutki
  • Manoj Ojha as DK
  • Ananya Chatterjee as Debi's Mother
  • Ashmita Mukherjee as Sharmi
  • Tapan Ganguly as Surendranath Moitra
  • Sushmita Dey as Malobika Dutta / Mishtu
  • Antara as Bonolata / Lata
  • Ratna Ghoshal as Pishima
  • Ripom Majumdar as Shobuj / Debarshi
Former cast
  • Saayoni Ghosh as Ujjaini Sen / Rini
  • Kaushik Chakraborty as Adinath Siddhanth
  • Arindam Chatterjee as Angshuman Lahiri
  • Arpita Mukherjee as Mallika
  • Debdut Ghosh as SK
  • Swagata Mukherjee as Surekha
  • Rajat Ganguly as Mamadadu
  • Bodhisatva Majumdar as Somnath / Shomu
  • Shakuntala Barua as Nonibala
  • Ratri Ghatak as Angshuman’s younger sister in law
  • Koushani Roy as Rupa
  • Kaushik Bhattacharya as Rupa’s Husband
  • Saugata Bandyopadhyay as Angshuman’s Boss
  • Manasi Sinha as Aalo’ s Mother
  • Debesh Chattopadhyay as Aalo’ s Father
  • Subhajit Bakshi as Aalo’s Brother
  • Ekavali Khanna as Rinky
  • Joyjit Banerjee as Shambhu
  • Animesh Bhaduri as Indu’s Husband
  • Indrani Basu as Ujjaini’s Mother.
  • Moumi Bose as Ichche Moitra
  • Prity Biswas as Suhaani Sharma
  • Basanti Chatterjee as Mishtu’s Grandmother

References[change | change source]

  1. "STAR Jalsha Chalo Paltai at Golpark Kolkata: TV Actors Grace Bengali Entertainment Channel's Promotional Event". WBRi Washington Bangla Radio USA.
  2. "Star Jalsha launches Bodhu Kon Alo Laglo Chokhe - Times of India". The Times of India.
  3. "Bodhu Kon Alo Laaglo Chokhe Serial - Star Jalsha TV Serial Episodes". SerialZone. 19 January 2013.
  4. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 19 January 2015. Retrieved 2015-02-03. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. http://www.ibollytv.com/showmovie_info.php?movie_name=Bodhu%20Kon%20Alo%20Laaglo%20Chokhe