Colors Bangla

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Colors Bangla, previously known as ETV Bangla, is an Indian general entertainment pay television channel broadcasting in Bengali language.[1] The channel aired the Filmfare Awards East 2017.[2] The channel was re-branded under the Viacom18 Colors franchise on 1 April 2015. Colors Bangla started their HD Channel from 1 May 2016. On 30 August 2021 6:30 PM IST, on account of Janmashtami it rebranded and introduced new graphics after almost 5 and a half years, where it is not only pink colour, but also with violet swoosh, and the wordmark 'Bangla' is now of white colour instead of red colour and the red colour is bordering the 'Bangla' wordmark. The channel changed its tagline to 'Notun Shopner Rong'.

Colors Bangla
CountryIndia
Broadcast areaIndia
Bangladesh
HeadquartersKolkata, West Bengal, India
Programming
Language(s)Bengali
Ownership
OwnerViacom 18
Sister channels
History
Launched15 April 2000; 21 years ago (15 April 2000)
1 February 2021; 11 months ago (1 February 2021) (HD Channel)
ReplacedETV Bangla (2000–2015)
Links
Websitewww.colorsbangla.com
Availability
Satellite
Airtel digital TVChannel 705
Dish TVChannel 1411
BIG TVChannel 921
SUN DirectChannel 622 (SD)
Channel 896 (HD)
Tata SkyChannel 1305 (SD)
Channel 1304 (HD)
Videocon d2hChannel 797 (SD)
Channel 976 (HD)
DirecTV (US)Channel 2014
Akash DTH (Bangladesh)Channel 154
BhoomikaChannel 715

Current broadcastEdit

DramaEdit

  • Mou Er Bari
  • Teen Shaktir Aadhar - Trishul
  • Jay Jaggannath
  • Basanta Bilas- Meshbaari
  • Mon Mane Na
  • Dutta & Bouma

Dubbed showEdit

Upcoming broadcastEdit

Reality ShowEdit

  • Bigg Boss Bangla 3

DramaEdit

  • Shona Roder Gaan - 24 January 2022

DubbedEdit

  • Naagin - Suru theke Sesh - 17 January 2022

Former broadcastEdit

Drama seriesEdit

Dubbed seriesEdit

Reality showEdit

MahalayaEdit

Colors Bangla is hosting its Mahalaya since 2000. Various television and films actresses are seen in different forms of Maa Durga. Even various television actors are seen as Shiv, Vishnu, Mahisasur. It also shows dance performance where dancers will dance in a song welcoming the arrival of Goddess. It hosted its first mahalaya in 2000 and Dancer-Actress Sudha Chandran for the first time was seen as Mahisasuramardini.

  • Mahalaya of 2000 was repeat telecast on 2001 and 2003.
  • Mahalaya of 2005 was repeat telecast on 2010
  • Mahalaya of 2006 was repeat telecast on 2009 and 2011
  • Mahalaya of 2008 was repeat telecast on 2012
  • Mahalaya of 2016 was repeat telecast on 2019
Year Show Name Mahisasuramardini Theme Notes
2000/01/03 Debi Durga Sudha Chandran Mahisasuramardini story Devi Mahisasuramardini
2002 Mahisasuramardini Pulokita Ghosh Mahisasuramardini story Devi Mahisasuramardini
2004 Mahisasuramardini Madhuporna Sen Barat Mahisasuramardini story Devi Mahisasuramardini
2005/10 Mahisasuramardini Indrani Dutta Mahisasuramardini story with various avatars of Devi Durga Devi Mahisasuramardini and her various avatars
2006/09/11 Mahisasuramardini Swastika Mukherjee Mahisasuramardini story with Madhu Kaitab Badh, Raktabeej Badh and Shumbh-Nisumbh Badh Devi Mahamaya, Ambika and Mahisasuramardini
2007 Mahisasuramardini Soumili Biswas Mahisasuramardini story Devi Mahisasuramardini
2008/12 Mahisasuramardini Debashree Roy Mahisasuramardini story with Madhu Kaitab Badh, Akal Bodhon, Chanda-Munda Badh and Shumbh-Nisumbh Badh Devi Mahamaya, Yogonidra,Kattayani,Koushiki and Mahisasuramardini
2013 Jago Durga Nusrat Jahan Mahisasuramardini story with story of Devi Sati,Parvati,Uma and Mahamaya Devi Parvati,Sati,Mahamaya and Mahisasuramardini
2014 Durga Durgatinashini Srabanti Chatterjee Mahisasuramardini story Devi Mahamaya and Mahisasuramardini
2015 Mahisasuramardini Payel Dey Mahisasuramardini story Devi Mahisasuramardini[6]
2016 Durga Durgatinashini Payel Dey Mahisasuramardini story Devi Kattayani and Mahisasuramardini[7]
2017 Asurdalani Durga Payel Dey and Srabanti Chatterjee Mahisasuramardini story Devi Mahisasuramardini (Combined Mahalaya of 2014 and 2016)
2018 Jayang Dehi Aditi Chatterjee Mahisasuramardini story Devi Chandika, Maheswari and Mahisasuramardini
2019 Jago Durga Payel Dey Mahisasuramardini story Devi Kattayani and Mahisasuramardini(repeat telecast of 2016)
2020 Asubhonashini Durga Payel Dey and Srabanti Chatterjee Mahisasuramardini story Devi Mahisasuramardini (Combined Mahalaya of 2014 and 2016) Clippings of various avatar's Maa Durga of Payel De's Maa Durga serial was also shown.[8]
2021 Nabarupe Mahadurga Koel Mallick Mahisasuramardini story with Nabadurga Devi Mahisasuramardini with Navadurga,

Other Casts: Adrija Roy, Jasmine Roy, Tumpa Ghosh, Ushasi Ray, Devlina Kumar, Titiksha Dey, Saoli Chattopadhyay, Sreema Bhatacharya, Pallavi Dey

2022 Durgatiharini Durga Payel De Mahisasuramardini story with various avatars Devi Mahisasuramardini with Durgamnashini, Satakshi, Shakambari, Kali, Kaushiki, Chamunda

Other Casts: Tumpa Ghosh, Jasmine Roy, Manali Dey, Usasi Roy, Saoli Chattopadhyay

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Colors to take over ETV Bangla". The Times of India. Retrieved 21 September 2012.
  2. ^ "Full coverage: Jio Filmfare Awards East 2017". The Times of India. Retrieved 27 February 2017.
  3. ^ "Colors Bangla to launch two new dramas from September". Best Media Info. 29 August 2018.
  4. ^ "Soubhagyabati traces a woman's search for identity". The Times of India. Retrieved 1 January 2015.
  5. ^ "Colors Bangla to air Great Music Gurukul from April 13". The Times of India. Retrieved 6 April 2015.
  6. ^ "Mahalaya Special on Television" (in Bengali).
  7. ^ "Colors Bangla to air Mahalaya special programme, Jayang Dehi" (in Bengali).
  8. ^ "'অশুভনাশিনী' রূপে শ্রাবন্তী এবং পায়েল" (in Bengali).

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