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Colors Bangla’s ‘Chirodini Ami Je Tomar’ is a romantic tale of two passionate hearts

Premiering on July 29, the new show is produced by Sushanta Das and is a unique love story of discovering and recognising love in its truest altruistic form

Viacom18’s Colors Bangla is coming up with a true-blue romantic show, ‘Chirodini Ami Je Tomar’, premiering on July 29, and will air from Monday to Saturday at 6:30pm.

Destined to be together, Ronodip and Anuradha are at first bound together in matrimony, but only later find a soul mate in each other. Produced by Sushanta Das, Chirodini Ami Je Tomar is a unique love story of discovering and recognising love in its truest altruistic form.

Rahul Chakravarti

“Tugging at the heartstrings, Chirodini Ami Je Tomar is a diehard romantic show that intertwines the lives of two souls who deserve to be together but may not necessarily realise this at first. We have brought together a riveting and relatable story with an ensemble cast that will make viewers believe in quixotic romance and experience nostalgia. In our own way, we’re all romantics at heart, rooting for the protagonists to find love and their happily ever after,” said Rahul Chakravarti, Business Head, Colors Bangla and Colors Odia.

Anuradha, an innocent young girl had a simple life and was completely besotted with a guy named Abir. Fate takes its course and Rono gets married to Radha only to know that she is madly in love with someone else. But Rono believes love is all about letting go and promises to help her reunite with the man of her life. The story of Radha and Rono begins from here.  


Essaying the role of the protagonists, Ronodip is debutant Souvik Banerjee, and Anuradha is Sharly Modok. Completing the ensemble cast, Surojit Banerjee (Rathindra Basak) and Tulika Basu (Mrinalini Basak) play Ronodip’s parents, and the role of Anuradha’s parents are depicted by Sanjib Sarkar (Rathikanta Saynal) and Ranjini Chattopadhaya (Suroma Sanyal).


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