The show, which went on air on July 6, is the first fiction show on Colors Bangla after the channel’s rebranding
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | July 9, 2015
Colors Bangla has fortified its primetime offering with a new fiction show, ‘Aponjon’. The show premiered on July 6, 2015 and will be on air Monday-Saturday at 8.30 pm.
Produced by Surinder Films and directed by Manish Ghosh, ‘Aponjon’ explores the relationship between two girls.
Twenty years ago, a convict in an act of retribution had switched his daughter with the daughter of the advocate who had him convicted wrongly. The convict, before breathing his last, confesses to the switch he had made with the two girls. The advocate locates his biological daughter, Siuli, and brings her back to live with his family, including Antara, whom he had raised as his own daughter. The lives of both the girls change immediately and in a twist of fate both of them fall for the same boy, Sam, whose parent’s death and the subsequent trial had caused Antara’s biological father to be wrongly convicted.
Ritika Roy, Programming Head, Colors Bangla, commented, “‘Aponjon’ is a show that will be high on drama and is going to be very atypical of the archaic and old school thinking. The three people, whose present changes because of their past, are in some way linked to each other, culminating in a story with all the elements of anticipation, drama and suspense. After the channel’s rebranding, this is our first fiction show and the USP of this is its strong storyline and the three protagonists.”
Rajdeep Gupta, who returns to the small screen after a long time, is essaying the role of Sam, while debutant Nabanita and Debjani Modak are playing the roles of Siuli and Antara, respectively.
The title track for the show has been sung by well-known singer Nachiketa, who returns to playback singing after a long time.