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By Three gutsy girls, two pairs of lovebirds and a kick-ass cop are waiting for you to tune in to Sananda tv this evening Text: Mohua Das and Kushali Nag Pictures by Pradip Sanyal, Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya, Anindya Shankar Ray
  • Published 25.07.11
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Alpo Alpo Premer Galpo

Bitter-sweet love: She’s a carefree, spunky, no-nonsense girl raised in a loving family; he is Mr Moneybags but with a kind heart. Wait and watch how the sparks fly when Miki and Rohit cross paths.

“It’s basically Miki’s story and how despite the odds she resolves all problems and emerges a winner,” says producer Rangan Chakravarty.

Airs at: 8pm, Monday to Saturday

Sobinoy Nibedon

Chalk and cheese: What happens when a Marwari girl marries a Bong boy?

Moja and mayhem! Here’s Naina wanting to go for higher studies while her rich, conservative family wants her to settle down. And then there’s Joydeep, a bright but happy-go-lucky chap from a well-heeled Bengali family who has lost his heart to the pretty north Indian girl.

“Sobinoy Nibedon is a love story. The fun begins when Naina and Joydeep meet and the two cultures clash. But eventually both sides come to understand and value one another,” says creative director Soumik Chatterjee.

Airs at: 9pm, Monday to Saturday

Amar Naam Joyeeta

Girl power: A gutsy, ambitious girl from a middle-class family, Joyeeta has her sights set on making it big in a man’s world armed with a degree in law.

“It’s about a girl whose dream is to live up to her family’s aspirations but she has a lot of hurdles to overcome before she can reach her goal,” says director Bijoy Jana.

Airs at: 7.30pm, Monday to Saturday

Mrs Sinha Roy

Mrs boss: She’s a softie with a sweet smile in the outside world but hard-to-please and bossy at home. Her three sons and hubby are petrified of the volatile Mrs Sinha Roy. But when her youngest son marries a girl from the slums (in picture), Mrs Sinha Roy gets a taste of her own medicine.

“Here, we are dealing with the contradiction in human psychology. Mrs Sinha Roy (played by Laboni Sarkar) is a domineering matriarch at home but an altogether different personality when she is out saving distressed women as a social worker. Later on, it’s about how the young girl fights to survive in the hostile household and comes out a winner,” says director Partha Sen.

Airs at: 8.30pm, Monday to Saturday

Bindi

Courage under fire: Village girl Bindi’s parents try to sell her off for cash, while city girl Rahi gets ready for her wedding day.

“The story starts from the point where the two girls come face to face under certain circumstances. It’s a fictionalised tale on trafficking,” says Snehasish Chakraborty, producer, writer and music composer of Bindi.

Airs at: 7pm, Monday to Saturday

Proloy Aasche

Daredevil: Gelled-back hair, dark glasses and smart formals — ditching his Bomkesh Bakshi garb, Abir Chatterjee will kick some serious butt as a tough-talking cop who’s also easy on the eye!

“Proloy Aasche is a wake-up call for people who are too scared to speak up against injustice.... We have shot it on a Red camera, not like a TV series, and we are doing DI (digital intermediate). So it’s like a film and it’s got the Raj Chakraborty signature,” says director Raj Chakraborty.

Airs at: 9.30pm, Monday to Friday

Bindi

Courage under fire: Village girl Bindi’s parents try to sell her off for cash, while city girl Rahi gets ready for her wedding day.

“The story starts from the point where the two girls come face to face under certain circumstances. It’s a fictionalised tale on trafficking,” says Snehasish Chakraborty, producer, writer and music composer of Bindi.

Airs at: 7pm, Monday to Saturday