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hoichoi's new web series Case Jaundice streaming now

The official trailer was launched yesterday in a virtual press conference

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MUMBAI: After the initial buzz garnered through the sudden release of the Poster of Case Jaundice, hoichoi launched the official trailer of the original in a virtual press conference. After the successful build-up, the first five episodes of Case Jaundice (total- 10) are streaming now on hoichoi. The rest of the episodes will be streaming from 22 May.

This series marks a lot of firsts for the cast: the first web series of Ankush, the first web series of Parambrata for hoichoi and finally, the first lead role of Anirban Chakrabarti on hoichoi besides his ever-green portrayal of Eken Babu. All three of them came together with director Subhankar Chattopadhay to host a virtual press conference from the Facebook page of hoichoi to discuss their decision to do a web series completely shot from home, which of course has its challenges, and also, to launch the official trailer of the series.

The conference was moderated by a popular ex-TV journalist of a leading channel.

With the first five episodes streaming from today, Case Jaundice is a satire of 10 episodes. Two compelling lawyers, Sen played by Parambrata Chattopadhyay and Das played by Ankush, present an endearing argument in a courtroom, one of them representing human beings and the other representing coronavirus. In each episode, a debate drives the narrative between Das and Sen, moderated by the judge played by Anirban Chakrabarti, who at times becomes partial in his witty comments. Every episode has a different case put forth in front of the judge, resulting in humorous conclusions!

Here are the 10 episodes:

Ep1

Humans Vs. Corona (In Bengali: Manush Bonam Corona Virus)

Ep2

Police Vs. Mask (In Bengali: Police Bonam Mukhosh Pora Jonogon)

Ep3

Private Vs. Public Society (In Bengali: Ruddho Shomaj Bonam Khola mela Shomaj)

Ep4

Work Vs. Home (In Bengali: Office Bonam Poribar)

Ep5

Man Vs. Wild (In Bengali: Badurkheko Bonam Aw-Badurkheko)

Ep6

Work From Home Vs. Work From Office (In Bengali: Work From Home Bonam Work From Office)

Ep7

The Slumber Vs. The Bong (In Bengali: Lyadh Bonam Bangali)

Ep8

Classic Romance Vs. Digital Romance (In Bengali: Shonaton Prem Bonam Digital Prem)

Ep9

Cinema in Theatres Vs. Censorship Board (In Bengali: Cinema Hall’er cinema Bonam Censor Board)

Ep10

The Police Vs. The Pro-Corona People (in Bengali: Police Bonam Coronar Kaachkola)

Parambrata Chattopadhyay, thrilled about the release of Case Jaundice, said, “We had a lot of fun shooting from home, though a lot of challenges were there, however, the end result was to enthrall the audience with a fun yet witty web series and I think we have delivered it quite successfully. Hoping our audience resonates with our thoughts too.”

Ankush added: “Hosting a virtual press conference with my fellow cast members and director was an unusual and unique activity, ideated and executed by the glorious team of hoichoi. We worked twice as hard to deliver this content and it was all for our audience; their entertainment is our number 1 priority. Case Jaundice is a series that highlights the issues and crises of the World now and thus, becomes relatable and relevant for everyone to watch!”

Case Jaundice is streaming now with its first 5 episodes, followed by the next 5 on 22nd May, exclusively on hoichoi.

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