Dol Jatra 2021: A vivid orange for Radhika, serene white for Apu; colours that represent our leading ladies
From Radhika to Juthika and from Mithai to Munni and more, find out which Zee Bangla character represents which colour, ahead of Dol 2021!
Dol is right around the corner and we are sure everyone is eagerly looking forward to playing with all the different colours with their friends and family. Colours can be highly representative of various things to various people such as characteristics, memories, moods and more. And given the diverse characters that we have in our favourite Bengali television shows, here are some of the colours we think represent some of them very accurately for certain reasons.
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1. A soothing baby pink for Shyama
Krishnakoli‘s Shyama is a very soft-spoken, affectionate and sweet woman who treats everyone with a lot of kindness. And in our eyes, her adorable personality represents a very soothing baby pink due to it.
2. A sunshine yellow for Mithai
Mithai is a lively and chirpy young woman always spreading joy around her. Similar to what sunshine does, Mithai manages to light up people’s worlds who stay around her. This confirms our belief that Mithai and a bright sunshine yellow colour are very alike!
3. A vivid orange for Radhika
From everyone’s happiness to the family business, Radhika has taken care of it all while uplifting everyone around her with immense positivity, grace and honesty. Ki Kore Bolbo Tomay‘s Radhika has always been like a vibrant pop of colour in the Sen household, similar to the eye-catchy hue of orange and we think she represents it very well.
4. A crisp and sparkly white for Apu
A respectful and polite Apu and the white colour seem very alike due to several reasons. With a clean heart, honesty at its peak, and nothing but the best wishes for everyone, Aparajita Apu‘s Apu is a direct representation of white, we believe.
5. Raging red for Rani Maa
Karunamoye Rani Rashmoni‘s Rani Maa is a truly bold, courageous and rightfully rebellious woman of her time. Her fearless and fiercely liberal outlook along with all her other characteristics makes us believe that she represents the burning red colour exceptionally well.
6. Simple grey for Munni
Although very young, troubled and needy of undivided attention, Krishnakoli‘s little Munni has proven to be rather evil. With others not yet recognising her mean personality, Munni has managed to wrong Krishna relentlessly, making for the perfect representation of the grey colour.
7. The darkest – black, for Juthika
Aparajita Apu‘s Juthika is one hell of a cruel lady. Being Abola’s sister, she enjoys the privileges of being an elderly member in the Mukherjee household and takes endless undue advantage of it. Her actions and words have time and again proven that her soul is indeed black in colour entirely.