Shree Venkatesh Films

SVF Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. is an Indian media and entertainment company headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal, founded by Shrikant Mohta. Apart from producing and distributing Bengali films, SVF also distributes Bollywood and Hollywood films in Eastern India. The other divisions of the company include Exhibition, TV Content Production, Digital Cinema, Music, New Media and IPR syndication. SVF was in Anandabazar Patrika's powerlist for 2008[16] and 2010.

Shree Venkatesh Films
TypeMedia and Entertainment Company
Founded1995[1]
FounderShrikant Mohta[2]
Mahendra Soni[3]
Headquarters
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Key people
Shrikant Mohta[4]
Mahendra Soni[5]
Vishnu Mohta[6]
Subsidiaries
WebsiteSVF
Former logo of SVF
Founder Mahendra Soni, at IFFI 2015

BackgroundEdit

SVF Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. was founded in 1995[17] by Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni. They started off as distributors of Hindi films like Bekaar Ka Number, Khamoshi in Eastern India. Their first production was the 1996 film Bhai Amar Bhai starring Prosenjit and Chiranjit and directed by Swapan Saha which became a blockbuster. Later, they produced the Prosenjit starrer Sasurbari Zindabad (2000) which became the highest-grossing Bengali movie until then. They followed it up with successful films like Sathi (2002), I Love You (2007), Chirodini ...Tumi Je Aamar (2008) etc. Along with commercial entertainers they have also backed experimental films by directors like Rituparno Ghosh, Kaushik Ganguly, Srijit Mukherji, Sandip Ray, Dhrubo Banerjee.[18]

In the film entertainment space, SVF has the following divisions: Production, Television, Distribution, Music, Digital Cinema, Exhibition and New Media.

Film productionEdit

SVF Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. is one of the biggest integrated production houses in Eastern India. So far it has produced more than 120 films including National Award winning films like Memories in March,[19] Chokher Bali[20][21] and Raincoat, Chotoder Chobi, Ek Je Chhilo Raja, Gumnaami, blockbusters like Sasurbari Zindabad, Sathi, Minister Fatakeshto,[22] Champion, Jackpot, Chirodini Tumi Je Amar, Paran Jai Jaliya Re, Josh, Awara, Guptodhoner Sondhane, Ek Je Chhilo Raja, Durgeshgorer Guptodhon, Chander Pahar and Amazon Obhijaan, critically acclaimed films like Autograph, Iti Mrinalini, Memories in March, Baishe Srabon, Hemlock Society, Chitrangada: The Crowning Wish, Uma, Byomkesh Gotro, Guptodhoner Sondhane, Durgeshgorer Guptodhon and Golondaaj.[23][24]

Digital cinemaEdit

In January 2008, SVF Entertainment Pvt Ltd. entered a partnership with Real Image Media Technologies[25][26] to bring their Qube Digital Cinema technology to Eastern India.[27]

TelevisionEdit

In the television space, SVF has co-promoted Media Worldwide Limited[28] and its four leading channels: Music India, Sangeet Bangla, Sangeet Bhojpuri, Sangeet Marathi and Music India UK.[29] The company has also produced prime-time shows for Zee Bangla, Star Jalsha,[30] ETV Bangla, Rupashi Bangla, Mahua Bangla, Sanada TV including shows like Trinayani, Bojhena Se Bojhena, Goyenda Ginni, Maa,[31] Behula, Durga, Bandhan, I Love You, Sindoorkhela, Janmantar, Mrs Singha Roy, Bisharjan, Sangsar Sukher Hoy Ramanir Guney, Bodhu Kon Alo Laglo Chokhe, Bhootu, Dashi among others

AwardsEdit

Film Award Category Recipient Year
Ajab Gayer Ajab Kotha BFJA Awards Best Film (Bengali) SVF 1998
Sasurbari Zindabad Kalakar Awards Best Film SVF 2000
Protibad Uttam Kumar Awards Best Film SVF 2001
Sasurbari Zindabad Anandalok Awards Shreshtho Banijjyo Shofol Chobi SVF 2001
Sasurbari Zindabad Kalakar Awards Best Actor (Female) Rituparna Sengupta 2001
Sathi BFJA Awards Best Film SVF 2002
Chokher Bali 51st National Film Awards Best Feature Film SVF 2003
Chokher Bali Locarno International Film Festival The Golden Leopard Best Film SVF 2003
Sathi Anandalok Awards Best Actor Jeet 2003
Sathi Anandalok Awards Best Film SVF 2003
Sathi ETV Bangla Film Awards Best Film SVF 2003
Chokher Bali 67th BFJA Awards Best Film SVF 2003
Chokher Bali Anandalok Awards Best actress Aishwarya Rai 2003
Chokher Bali Anandalok Awards Best playback Singer (Female) Swagatalakshmi Dasgupta 2003
Chokher Bali Toronto International Film Festival Best Feature Film SVF 2003
Sathi Uttam Kumar Awards Best Hero Jeet 2003
Sathi BFJA Awards Best Clean and Entertainment film SVF 2003
Chokher Bali Apsara Film Producers Best Regional Film SVF 2004
Chokher Bali Indian Film Festivals of Los Angeles Best Film SVF 2004
Raincoat Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Crystal Globe award (Best Feature Film) SVF 2004
Raincoat 52nd National Film Awards Best Feature Film (Hindi) SVF 2004
Chokher Bali BFJA Awards Best Actor Prosenjit Chatterjee 2004
Chokher Bali BFJA Awards Best Music Debojyoti Mishra 2004
Chokher Bali BFJA Awards Best Film SVF 2004
Shubhodrishti Uttam Kumar Awards Best Film SVF 2005
Bandhan Kalakar Awards Best Actor Jeet 2005
Bandhan Anandalok Awards Best playback singer (Male) Sonu Nigam 2005
Yuddho 69th BFJA Awards Best Clean & Entertaining Film SVF 2005
Raincoat ETV Bangla Film Awards Kinnor Kinnori SVF 2005
Chokher Bali 3rd Bali International Film Festival (Sarasvati People Choice Award) Best Film SVF 2005
Raincoat Zee Cine Awards Best actress Aishwarya Rai 2005
Raincoat Filmfare Awards Best Actress Aishwarya Rai 2005
Shubhodrishti BFJA Awards Best playback Singer (Female) Shreya Ghosal 2006
Shubhodrishti Anandalok Awards Best Music Jeet Ganguly 2006
Shubhodrishti Anandalok Awards Best Director Prabhat Ray 2006
Shubhodrishti Anandalok Awards Best Film SVF 2006
Refugee BFJA awards Best actor in a supporting role Rudranil Ghosh 2007
Minister Phatakeshto Anandalok Awards Best Actor Mithun Chakraborty 2007
Minister Phatakeshto Anandalok Awards Best Film SVF 2007
Chirodini Tumi Je Amar Anandalok Awards Best Music Jeet Ganguly 2008
Chirodini Tumi Je Amar Anandalok Awards Best Director Raj Chakraborty 2008
Chirodini Tumi Je Amar Anandalok Awards Best Film SVF 2008
Challenge Anandalok Awards Best actor (Male) Dev 2009
Challenge Anandalok Awards Best Director Raj Chakraborty 2009
Challenge Anandalok Awards Best Action Hero Dev 2009
Challenge Anandalok Awards Best Music Director Jeet Ganguly 2009
Challenge Anandalok Awards Best Film SVF 2009
Challenge Uttam Kumar Awards Best Movie Shrikant Mohta & Mahendra Soni 2010
Poran Jaye Joliya Re Star Jalsha Entertainment Award Sera Film Album SVF 2010
Memories in March MIAAC Film Festival, New York Best Screenplay Rituparno Ghosh 2010
Poran Jaye Joliya Re Star Jalsha Entertainment Award Superhit film SVF 2010
Memories in March ETC Bollywood Business Awards Best Distributor West Bengal Circuit SVF 2010
Memories in March 58th National Film Awards Best English Film SVF 2010
Autograph Big Bangla Movie Awards Big Film SVF 2010
Autograph Big Bangla Movies Award Best Film SVF 2011
Memories in March (English) 42nd International Film Festival of India, Goa Best Film, Director Sanjoy Nag 2011
Iti Mrinalini Kalakar Awards Best Director Aparna Sen 2011
Iti Mrinalini New York Indian Film Festival Best Actress Konkona Sen Sharma 2011
Iti Mrinalini New York Indian Film Festival Best Director Aparna Sen 2011
Autograph Big Bangla Rising Star Awards Best Director Srijit Mukherji 2011
Autograph 15th Tele Cine Awards Best Lyricist (Amake amar moto) Anupam Roy 2011
Autograph 14th Tele Cine Awards Best Male Playback (Beche Thakar Gaan) Rupam Islam 2011
Autograph Tele Cine Awards Best Actress Nandana Sen 2011
Autograph 12th Tele Cine Awards Best Director Srijit Mukherji 2011
Autograph 11th Tele Cine Awards Best Film SVF 2011
Autograph Star Jalsha Entertainment Award Best Lyricist (Chawl Raastaye) Srijato 2011
Autograph Star Jalsha Entertainment Award Best Female Playback (Chawl Raastaye) Shreya Ghoshal 2011
Autograph Star Jalsha Entertainment Award Best Actor Prosenjit Chatterjee 2011
Autograph Star Jalsha Entertainment Award Best Director Srijit Mukherji 2011
Autograph ABP Bangla Music Awards Best Album SVF 2011
Autograph Big Bangla Movie Awards Best Female Playback (Chawl Raastaye) Shreya Ghoshal 2011
Autograph Big Bangla Movie Awards Best Male Playback (Beche Thakar Gaan) Rupam Islam 2011
Autograph Big Bangla Movie Awards Best Music Director Anupam Roy 2011
Autograph Big Bangla Movie Awards Best Actor in a Negative Role Indraneil Sengupta 2011
Autograph Big Bangla Movie Awards Best Actor Prosenjit Chatterjee 2011
Autograph Big Bangla Movie Awards Best Director Srijit Mukherji 2011
Autograph Big Bangla Movie Awards Best Film SVF 2011
Poran Jaye Joliya Re Star Jalsha Entertainment Award Best Mega Film SVF 2011
Poran Jaye Joliya Re Star Jalsha Entertainment Award Superhit Film SVF 2011
Poran Jaye Joliya Re Star Jalsha Entertainment Award Sera Film Album SVF 2011
Chitrangada 43rd International Film Festival of India, Goa Best Film, Director Rituparno Ghosh 2012
Hemlock Society Mirchi Music Awards Song of the Year (Ekhon Onek Raat) Anupam Roy 2012
Hemlock Society Mirchi Music Awards Album of the Year V Music 2012
Baishe Srabon ABP-Friend's FM Bangla Music Awards Best Film Album V Music 2012
Baishe Srabon ABP-Friend's FM Bangla Music Awards Best Music Director Anupam Roy 2012
Baishe Srabon Kalakar Awards Best Film SVF 2012
Baishe Srabon Mirchi Music Awards Best Film Album (Critic's Choice) V Music 2012
Baishe Srabon Mirchi Music Awards Best Film Album (Popular Choice) V Music 2012
Baishe Srabon Mirchi Music Awards Best Background Score Anupam Roy 2012
Baishe Srabon Mirchi Music Awards Album of the Year V Music 2012
Baishe Srabon Mirchi Music Awards Song of the Year (Gobhire Jao) Anupam Roy 2012
Baishe Srabon IBFCA Indo-Bangladesh Film Awards Best Director Srijit Mukherji 2012
Baishe Srabon IBFCA Indo-Bangladesh Film Awards Best Actor Prosenjit Chatterjee 2012
Baishe Srabon IBFCA Indo-Bangladesh Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Parambrata Chatterjee 2012
Baishe Srabon International Bangla Film Academy, Pattaya Best Critic's Choice Performance Parambrata Chatterjee 2012
Baishe Srabon International Bangla Film Academy, Pattaya Best Director Srijit Mukherji 2012
Baishe Srabon Kalakar Awards Best Film SVF 2012
Baishe Srabon Zee Banglar Gourab Awards Best Male Playback (Gobhire Jao) Rupankar 2012
Baishe Srabon Zee Banglar Gourab Awards Best Actor Prosenjit Chatterjee 2012
Baishe Srabon Zee Banglar Gourab Awards Best Director Srijit Mukherji 2012
Baishe Srabon Zee Banglar Gourab Awards Best Film SVF 2012
Baishe Srabon Tele Cine Awards Best Supporting Actor (Male) Parambrata Chatterjee 2012
Baishe Srabon Tele Cine Awards Best Director Srijit Mukherji 2012
Baishe Srabon Srijon Samman Best Movie Poster Award SVF 2012
Meghe Dhaka Tara International Film Festival, Kerala Best Director Kamaleswar Mukherjee 2013
Meghe Dhaka Tara 44th International Film Festival of India, Goa Centenary Award Kamaleswar Mukherjee 2013
Apur Panchali 44th International Film Festival of India, Goa (Indian Panorama) Best Director Kaushik Ganguly 2013
Bojhena Shey Bojhena Mirchi Music Awards Song of the Year Arindam Chatterjee & Indraadip Dasgupta 2013
Bojhena Shey Bojhena Mirchi Music Awards Album of the Year SVF 2013
Chitrangada Hidden Gems Film Festival Ammonite Award Rituparno Ghosh 2013
Chitrangada 44th International Film Festival of India Royal Emblem of Kadambas of Goa SVF 2013
Nirbashito 3rd Delhi International Film Festival Best Film SVF 2014
Mishawr Rawhoshyo Zee Bangla Cinema Superhit Film of the Year SVF 2014
Nirbashito Delhi International Film Festival Best Director Churni Ganguly 2014
Chotoder Chobi 45th International Film Festival of India, Goa Silver Peacock, Best Actor Dulal Sarkar 2014
Meghe Dhaka Tara Cinema of Resistance Director Kamaleshwar Mukherjee 2014
Mishawr Rawhoshyo Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Role Male Indraneil Sengupta 2014
Goynar Baksho Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Role Female Moushumi Chatterjee 2014
Goynar Baksho Filmfare Awards Best Actor Female Konkona Sen Sharma 2014
Chander Pahar Filmfare Awards Best Film SVF 2014
Chotoder Chobi 62nd National Film Awards Best Film on Other Social Issues Kaushik Ganguly 2015
Zulfiqar Filmfare Awards East Best Singer Nachiketa 2017
Amazon Obhijaan IIFTC Tourism Impact Award Cinematic excellence SVF 2018
Ek Je Chhilo Raja 66th National Film Awards Best Feature Film in Bengali SVF, Srijit Mukherjee 2019
Ek Je Chhilo Raja West Bengal Film Journalists Association Award Best Director Srijit Mukherjee 2019
Ek Je Chhilo Raja West Bengal Film Journalists Association Award Best Actor Jisshu Sengupta 2019
Ek Je Chhilo Raja West Bengal Film Journalists Association Award Best Music Director Inderadip Dasgupta 2019
Byomkesh Gotro West Bengal Film Journalists Association Award Best Music Director (Background Score) Bickram Ghosh 2019
Byomkesh Gotro West Bengal Film Journalists Association Award Best Performance In A Negative Role Arjun Chakrabarty 2019
Uma West Bengal Film Journalists Association Award Best Performance In A Supporting Role Anjan Dutt 2019
Byomkesh Gotro BBFA Award Best Music Director Bickram Ghosh 2019
Byomkesh Gotro BBFA Award Best Supporting Actor Arjun Chakrabarty 2019
Gumnaami 67th National Film Awards Best Feature Film In Bengali SVF, Srijit Mukherjee 2021
Gumnaami 67th National Film Awards Best Adapted Screenplay Srijit Mukherjee 2021

Music videos and moviesEdit

SVF has a YouTube channel called SVF Music where music singles like Mitthey Kotha, Bolo Dugga Maiki, Amar Chalaki, O Mon Re etc., and songs of the films produced by it and other production companies.

It also has a YouTube channel called SVF Movies where movies and short films like Amar Bodyguard, Encounter, Karunamoyee, Iti Kunti, Network and others are broadcast.

FilmsEdit

TV showsEdit

Shows shaded in light blue are currently in production.
Year Shows Channel Genre Lead cast Notes
2008 Bandhan Star Jalsha Drama, Family Victor Banerjee
2008 Durga Star Jalsha Drama Sandipta Sen
Gourab Chatterjee
Sandipta Sen played titular role
2008 Enjoy Guru Star Jalsha non-fiction Mir Afsar Ali comedy
2009 I Laugh U Star Jalsha non-fiction comedy
2009 U Laugh Me Star Jalsha non-fiction comedy
2009 Behula Star Jalsha Mythological Drama, Romance Payel De
Arka Majumder
Hindu mythological story of Manasamangal Kavya and Behula.
2009 Maa Star Jalsha Drama, Romance Tithy Bose
Sritama Bhattacharjee
Anindya Chatterjee
Number one serial on Star Jalsha for 3 years.
2010 Swaymber Star Jalsha non-fiction Reality show.
2010 Harano Sur Mahuaa Bangla Drama
2010 Parichay Mahuaa Bangla Drama
2010 Sindoorkhela Star Jalsha Drama, Romance, Family, Thriller Sweta Mou Bhattacharya
Rohit Samanta
Samrat Bhattacharjee
Gargi Roychowdhury
Popular Bengali television soap opera premiered on 6 December 2010
2011 Subhasini Ruposhi Bangla Drama
2011 I Laugh U 2 Star Jalsha non-fiction Stand-up-comedian show.
2011 Bisarjon ETV Bangla Drama
2011 Sangsar Sukher Hoy Romonir Guney Star Jalsha Drama, Romance, Family, Comedy Bijoylakshmi Chatterjee
Sukdeep Ghosh
2011 Mrs Sinha Roy Sananda TV Drama
2012 Bodhu Kon Alo Laaglo Chokhe Star Jalsha Drama, Romance Payel De
Sourav Chakraborty
Took its name from Tagore's dance drama Chitrangada
2012 Janamantar Mahuaa Bangla Drama, Romance
2012 Meri Maa Life Ok Drama Sayantani Ghosh Remake of Maa (Star Jalsha)
2012 Romani Star Jalsha Drama
2012 FIR Bengal Star Jalsha Fiction Based on crime stories.
2012 Mission 1000 Ghanta Star Jalsha non-fiction Indranil Sengupta Action-packed adventure reality show.
2013 Shotin Kanta ETV Bangla Drama
2013 Jay Hey Star Jalsha non-fiction
2013 Star Jalsha Parivaar Award Star Jalsha non-fiction Star Jalsha award show.
2013 Bojhena Se Bojhena Star Jalsha Drama, Comedy, Family, Romance Yash Dasgupta
Madhumita Sarkar
Romantic series and a remake of Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon
2013 Tele Award Star Jalsha/ Zee Bangla/ ETV Bangla non-fiction television award show
2014 Thik Jeno Love Story Star Jalsha Drama, Romance Neel Bhattacharya
Sairity Banerjee
Shot extensively in North Bengal
2014 Gouridaan ETV Bangla Drama, Romance Sarmishtha Archarjee
Somraj Maity
TV series on child marriage starring Torsha and Soumik as child artists.
2014 Maa Durga ETV Bangla (Colors Bangla) Mythology Payel De starring Payel De
2014 Film Fare Award Star Jalsha non-fiction Cinema awards show
2015 Mon Niye Kachakachi Star Jalsha Drama, Comedy, Romance, Family Basabdatta Chatterjee
Tathagata Mukherjee
Remake of the Hindi show Yeh Hai Mohabbatein
2015 Star Jalsha Parivaar Award Star Jalsha non-fiction Star Jalsha award show.
2015 Mahishasur Mardini ETV Bangla non-fiction Mahalaya programme
2015 Patal Kumar Ganwaala Star Jalsha Drama, Family, Romance Hiya Dey
Saheb Chatterjee
Moushumi Priya Debnath (later replaced by Aishwarya Sen)
Rudrajit Mukherjee
Adrija Auddy Roy
Shyamoupti Mudly
Hindi remake version is Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala (Star Plus)
2016 Nagleela ETV Bangla (Colors Bangla) Mythology, Drama, Romance Sairity Banerjee
Shreema Bhattacharya
John Bhattacharya
Mystical tale of love and revenge
2016 Bhootu Zee Bangla Drama, Comedy Arshiya Mukherjee Little Arshiya Mukherjee starred
2015 Goyenda Ginni Zee Bangla Drama, Thriller Indrani Haldar
Saheb Chatterjee
Indrajeet Bose
Story of a housewife-turned-detective
2015 Egiye Bangla Zee Bangla non-fiction Jisshu Sengupta

Sourav Ganguly

Contest-cum-TV reality show for start ups

2015 I Laugh U 3 Star Jalsha non-fiction comedy
2016 Dasi ETV Drama, Thriller, Family Shyamoupti Mudly
Ishaan Majumdar
Tania Kar
2016 Agnijal Star Jalsha Drama, Fantasy, Romance Rohit Samanta
Tumpa Ghosh
2016 Jhanjh Lobongo Phool Star Jalsha Drama, Family, Romance Ishaa Saha
Rajdeep Gupta
2016 Mahanayak Star Jalsha Biopic Prosenjit Chatterjee Based on life story of Uttam Kumar
2017 Premer Kahini Star Jalsha Drama, Romance, Family, Comedy Indrasish Roy
Roshni Bhattacharya
2017 Tobu Mone Rekho Zee Bangla Drama, Romance, Family Payel De
Farhan Imroze
Pratyusha Paul
Romantic drama television series starring Farhan Imroze, Payal Dey, and Pratyusha Paul
2018 Bangla Cine Carnival Star Jalsha non-fiction
2017 Gopal Bhar Star Jalsha Comedy, Drama

Based on the true story of Gopal Bhar

2017 Jai Kali Kalkattawali Star Jalsha Drama, Thriller Ananya Chatterjee
Biswanath Basu
A thriller and Detective Story
2018 Amloki Zee Bangla Drama, Family Aishwarya Sen
Antara Pakira Nandi
Bhaswar Chatterjee
Indrajeet Bose
Story of a six-year-old deaf and dumb girl
2018 Joy Baba Loknath Zee Bangla Mythology Bhaswar Chatterjee
Souptik Chakraborty
Aranya Roy Chowdhury
Story of Loknath, a great devotee of Goddess Kali
2018 Ranu Pelo Lottery Zee Bangla Drama, Romance, Comedy Bijaylakshmi Chatterjee
Krushal Ahuja

TV serial Ranu Pelo Lottery to launch soon

2018 Nishir Daak Colors Bangla Horror, Family, Drama Tumpa Ghosh
Sairity Banerjee
New TV Show Nishir Dak to premiere soon
2018 Ami Sirajer Begum Star Jalsha Historical, Romance Sean Banerjee
Pallavi Dey
Based on the life of Lutfunnisa Begum, Empress of Bengal & primary consort of Siraj ud-Daulah - The last independent Nawab of Bengal
2019 Guriya Jekhane Guddu Sekhane Star Jalsha Drama, Romance Pratyusha Paul
Jeetu Kamal
Arya Dasgupta (replaced by Uday Pratap Singh Rajput)
Story of two friends
2019 Trinayani Zee Bangla Supernatural, Family, Drama, Romance Shruti Das
Gourab Roy Chowdhury
Story of a girl who can foresee the future
2019 Durga Durgeshwari Star Jalsha Drama, Thriller, Family Sompurna Mondal
Bishwarup Bandyopadhyay
Ravi Shaw
Adrija Auddy Roy
Sequel of Star Jalsha's popular show Durga
2019 Aye Khuku Aye Sun Bangla Drama Sandipta Sen
Rahul Banerjee
Story of a helpless mother and a man who has Autism
2019 Chuni Panna Star Jalsha Horror, Comedy, Family, Romance, Drama Annwesha Hazra
Dibyojyoti Dutta
Tulika Basu
Story of an around Chunni, a simple girl And Panna, a ghost
2020 Bagh Bondi Khela Zee Bangla Superhero, Supernatural, Horror, Romance Rubel Das
Ishani Das
2020 Prothoma Kadambini Star Jalsha Biopic, Historical, Social, Romance Solanki Roy
Honey Bafna
True story of the first practising female doctor of British-ruled India and South Asia, Kadambini Ganguly
2021 Sagar Jyoti Enterr10 Bangla Romance Rahul Dev Bose
Nabanita Malakar
A love tale of two love birds Sagar and Jyoti
2021 Basanta Bilas Colors Bangla Comedy Romance Arpan Ghosal
Nandini Dutta
2022 Anurager Chhowa Star Jalsha Drama Romance Dibyojyoti Dutta
Swastika Ghosh
Remake of Malayalam TV show Karuthamuthu
2022 Nabab Nandini Star Jalsha Drama Rezwan Rabbani Sheikh
Indrani Paul
2022 Pherari Mon Colors Bangla Drama Remake of Kannada TV show Geetha

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