After a two-month break due to the lockdown imposed to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, Bengali entertainment channel Zee Bangla has started the telecast of fresh episodes of its fiction shows from June 15. Staying true to its brand identity — Notun Chhonde Likhbo Jibon (Shall Orchestrate Life in A New Rhythm), the channel made a comeback with renewed rhythm and fresh content for its viewers by airing original episodes of its high TVR shows.
Keeping the government’s regulations in mind and adhering to the Covid-19 protocols, Zee Bangla resumed the shoots for popular shows like Karunamoyee Rani Rashmani, Krishnakoli, Alo Chaya, Phirki and Ki Kore Bolbo Tomay, among others.
Along with the existing shows, the channel has planned several new projects, which include two new shows, Kadambini and Khirer Putul, the promos for which are already on air. The existing shows will see major high-points in the storyline and scripts will be developed to be more relevant and relatable.
Samrat Ghosh, Cluster Head, East, Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd, said, “The audience has always showered us with love and supported us throughout our journey. We at Zee Bangla have always endeavoured to bring to our viewers quality and entertaining content and now we are all set to pick up from where we left. We have some exciting new shows lined up for our viewers along with fresh episodes of all the fiction shows. The safety of our cast and crew is of utmost importance, and as a responsible broadcaster, we are going that extra mile to ensure we safeguard the interest of all artists and technicians.”
Alo Chaya, Karunamoyee Rani Rashmani, Krishnakoli, Jai Baba Lokenath, Trinayoni, Netaji, Phirki, Nakshi Kantha, Ki Kore Bolbo Tomay, Soudaminir Songsar are being telecast from 6 pm to 11 pm from Monday to Saturday.