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History TV18 and Supari Studios launch a new travel series on visually-stunning Odisha

The show was shot in Odisha for 23 days and covered a total of 21 stories, which are now being showcased in a six-episode series

History TV18 and Supari Studios have come together to launch a travel series that unravels the rustic beauty and the unique stories of Odisha. The series premiered on April 28, at 8pm, on History TV18.

The new series has been launched by Supari Studios, in association with History TV18 and Odisha Tourism. The creators explore these hidden gems with host Sameer Kevin Roy travelling to all over Odisha, interacting with the locals and bringing out the history and stories of each site. Roy is an actor and model.

Chirag Malhotra, Creative Head, Branded Content, History TV18, said, “OMG! Odisha sets a gold-standard benchmark of a visually-stunning storytelling. That married to curating real experiences and immersive journeys makes the viewers go OMG! The History TV18 Original Format and Odisha’s scenic and sublime beauty was a match-made in heaven. Throughout the journey that extends across six episodes we bring fascinating stories from the heartland of Odisha. From a beach that provides a unique opportunity where you can ‘literally’ walk into the beach as the sea water recedes almost 5 kms away from the shore line, to a majestic folk dance of Odisha that has young boys dressed up as females to praise Lord Jagannath and Lord Krishna."

Akshat Gupt

Akshat Gupt, Co-Founder and Creative Head, Supari Studios, said, “Odisha is a remarkable place waiting to be explored and its stories told. We shot in Odisha for 23 days and covered a total of 21 stories, which are now being showcased in a six-episode series. Our attempt was to capture these unique stories of inspiration, love, passion and courage that each location would unravel. We can't wait for History TV18’s viewers to experience these visual stories first hand and chalk Odisha out on their next to-do lists.”

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