Zee Bangla Sonar Sansar Awards 2021: Choose your favourite serial among Phirki, Ki Kore Bolbo Tomay and more
Choose your favorite serial and vote for them to help them win Zee Bangla Sonar Sansar Awards 2021!
The voting polls of Zee Bangla Sonar Sansar Awards 2021 are open now. Your favorite couple, actors and serials are running the race to win and take the prizes home. Jamuna Dhaki, Alo Chhaya, Ki Kore Bolbo Tomay, and others are competing to be the best Dharabaik. Who do you think will win this year?
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In this rather intriguing show, Sangeet Sen, played by Rubel Das fell in love with Jamuna, daughter of a dhaki, and married her despite many objections from his father and other family members. Jamuna, essayed by Sweta Bhattacharya, anchors the show which is an interesting mix of love, ambition, conflicts, passion, and what not? This one is certainly a strong contender when it comes to being chosen as the audience’s favourite serial.
Not many TV shows would feature a transgender as a protagonist. That way, Phirki has broken a major norm already. This hard-hitting show where a transgender woman, Lakhsmi, adopts a girl, Phirki, and fights for herself and her daughter against societal norms, is a heart-warming story of motherly instincts, indomitable courage and determination. Who wouldn’t love such an amazing show that sheds light on womanhood and all its beauty?
Shyama (portrayed by Tiyasha Roy) and Nikhil’s (played by Neel Bhattacharya) love story is only one of the things that make Krishnakoli a fan favourite. The show aptly portrays the thorny sides of a love story, a father’s longing, the agony of two lovers separated, the significant responsibilities of parenthood. We’re rooting a happy ending of Shyama and Nikhil’s story, but there’s no way we want this show to end. Is Krishnakoli the one you’re going to vote for?
Set in the 1950s, Soudamini (played by Sushmini Acharjee) is an orphan raised by her grandfather. The story of a rather young girl marrying into a big girl and stepping into a world of complexity is rather captivating. If you too think that the innocence of Soudamini is captivating, don’t forget to vote for the show!
This is something we’ve grown up with. Five friends-turned-detectives set off to solve mysteries in this adaptation of Shashtipada Chattopadhyay’s story. Rob Dey, Rishav Chakraborty, Mayukh Chatterjee, and others bring back a piece of our long-gone childhood with their bonding and moments.
Ki Kore Bolbo Tomay
Radhika Sen (Swastika Dutta) and Krushal Ahuja (Krushal Ahuja) stand for the couples who indeed stick to each other through thick and thins. From Radhika’s uphill battle to continue with her professional life to numerous hurdles interrupting Radhika and Karna’s married life, numerous elements including love, companionship, determination, jealousy, and conspiracy make this one a gripping watch.
Karunamoyee Rani Rashmoni
The show tells the story of social reformer Rani Rashmoni, played by Ditipriya Ray, who also founded the Dakshineshwar Kali temple. Given the era where the show is set in, it is refreshing to watch Rani Maa and her companions fighting for a world where justice, right morals prevail. The show is a fan favourite not just for its progressive approach but also for Sourav Saha’s splendid representation of priest Sri Ramkrishna.
What happens when two girls grow up together but one is deprived of love and attention? Alo (played by Debadrita Basu) and Chhaya (played by Oindrila Bose) are raised together and have a very warm and friendly bond between them. Chhaya is the rather neglected one but that doesn’t stop her from walking with her head high. Sounds intriguing? It is!
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