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Hoichoi's biggest musical thriller has dropped its TRAILER

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MUMBAI: Shei Je Holud Pakhi, a Hoichoi Original Web Series, starring eminent actor - Saswata Chatterjee and popular actress - Tridha Choudhury dropped its much awaited trailer today. Tridha is back in the Bengali Entertainment Industry after a hiatus as she was busy doing projects in Mumbai. 

Hoichoi has recently completed 6 months since its inception, and has promised to deliver Original web series, shorts and films every month. Shei Je Holud Pakhi is one of their most ambitious projects and aims to connect music with thrill in a unique way. It is directed by Anirban Mallik, who has previously directed two of Hoichoi's other web series Hello (Raima  Sen, Priyanka Sarkar, Joy Sengupta) and Eken Babu (Anirban Chakravarthi). 

The trailer of Shei Je Holud Pakhi shows a story like no other, which slowly unravels itself. It starts with Shom (Saswata Chatterjee), a police officer who has lost his daughter, Mitil, 5 years ago. He is trying to connect to his daughter through pop sensation and lead singer of Euthanasia, Vaidehi (Tridha Choudhury) by requesting her to sing one of Mitil?s songs. She promises Shom that her last song of the concert would be Mitil?s song but she does not keep her promise. She goes out for her regular drive after the concert, and an agitated Shom follows her only to see her car crash. The media gets involved and even Shom is accused for Vaidehi?s death. The mystery starts as all band members of Euthanasia are suspected even though it appears to be a case of reckless driving. An exasperating plot line develops as Shom with his right hand continue their investigation where they try to find the real Vaidehi through her music and songs. 

Saswata Chatterjee, the lead actor of the series, went on to say: Shei Je Holud Pakhi is an emotionally driven series, where my daughter has walked out on me and how as a father, Shom becomes a broken man. Realising his mistakes, he is willing to do anything to get her back and finally, accepts the fact that music connects them." 

The pop sensation Vaidehi, is being played by Tridha Choudhury, who exclaimed: "Vaidehi is a very complex character which I had to portray, even had to learn how to strum a guitar. So, overall, it was a fun experience for me!" 

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