Ke Apon Ke Por

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Ke Apon Ke Por
GenreDrama
Romance
Created byBoyhood Productions
Written byConcept
Star Jalsha Creative Team
Screenplay
Sayantani Bhattacharya/Anindya Ghosh
Dialogues
Sourav Sengupta
Directed bySiddhartha Pal
StarringPallabi Sharma
Biswajit Ghosh
Indraneil Chatterjee
Simran Upadhyay
Sadhrichi Aich
Opening themeKe Apon Ke Por
Composer(s)Debjit Roy
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Bengali
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes1507
Production
Producer(s)Surinder Singh
Gurjit Singh
Sushanta Das
Production location(s)Kolkata
Running time22 minutes
Production company(s)Boyhood Productions
Release
Original networkSTAR Jalsha
Picture format576i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original releaseJuly 25, 2016 (2016-07-25) –
December 27, 2020 (2020-12-27)
Chronology
Followed byChokher Tara Tui
Related showsRaja Rani
Kathalo Rajkumari
Putmalli
Other websites
Website

Ke Apon Ke Por is a Bengali Drama series that airs on Star Jalsha and Star Jalsha HD at 7:30 PM every day. Pallabi Sharma plays the role of protagonist Joba having garnered momentous viewer appraisal. Bishwajit Ghosh plays Param, the other half of a well-loved screen-couple.

The show comes from Boyhood Productions, one of the leading production houses in Kolkata.

Plot[change | change source]

Ke Apon Ke Por focuses on the journey of a girl that started out as a domestic help and went on to establish herself as someone who’s well suited to be the daughter-in-law of the household and a Lawyer by profession. Alternatively, what forms the core of the show is also reflected in the beautiful love story between Joba and the son of the very affluent family, Param.

This story also brings to light the trials of a joint family where sons and daughters try to break away. Joba however, still tries to hold the family together. As parents try to build a family with a lot of love and care, sons and daughters grow up to be selfish and remain concerned only about parents’ money and property. As parents fear divisive tendencies in the family, circumstances get Param and Joba to tie the knot. Siblings rot over possibilities of paternal property going entirely to Joba and Param and eventually seize riches and drive the parents out. Param and Joba toil endlessly to hold pieces of the family together.

In the recent past, the story has taken a successful leap as Joba and Param face the bitter-sweet realities of being parents to kids that continue to grow up and grow apart. The show is also simultaneously establishing the position of Itu who happens to resemble Joba in more ways than one. Fate intervenes and Itu gets married to Sarthak, Joba and Param’s Son.

Cast[change | change source]

  • Pallavi Sharma as Joba
  • Biswajit Ghosh as Param
  • Indraneil Chattejee as Sarthak
  • Sadhrichi Aich as Itu
  • Simran Upadhyay as Koyel

Crew[change | change source]

  • Director - Siddhartha Pal
  • Producer - Nispal Singh & Susanta Das
  • Screenplay - Sayantani Bhattacharya
  • Dialogue - Saurav Sengupta
  • Camera - Ashok Pramanik
  • Editing - Amitabha Bagchi
  • Music Director - Debjit

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