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COLORS Bangla presents Mangal Chandi - a mythological tale bound by devotion, bared by trepidation

Premiering on Monday August 5, Mangal Chandi airs from Monday to Saturday at 6 pm

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MUMBAI: The mystical tales of revered Gods and Goddesses have fascinated the minds of many. From amongst the expansive library of mythologies from around the world tethered to various cultures, Indian mythology is widely considered as a treasure trove of some of the most riveting folktales and emboldening idols. Enchanting viewers with such a mythological saga, Colors Bangla brings to life an ode of mythological extravaganza – MANGAL CHANDI, starting August 5, from Monday to Saturday at 6pm.

Talking about the newest mythological adventure, Rahul Chakravarti – Business Head, Colors Bangla and Colors Odia, said, “Bangla audience enjoys a well-balanced variety in their entertainment with shows that offer shades of drama, reality, mystery, romance and more. But mythological shows have been universally appreciated and cherished due to their strong cultural influence. Mangal Chandi is a visual treat that presents an enthralling folklore which combines high-scale production quality, top-of-the-line VFX effects and a powerful ensemble cast to bring an entertaining mythological show for viewers.”

Gleaned from Banik Khanda of Chandimangal, the show narrates the legend of Goddess Chandi and her deep-rooted bond with her worshippers. Eager to establish her cult, Devi Chandi (Madhuja) conspires to recruit Dhanapati (Shamik) an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva, by making him fall in love with her devotee Khullona (Adrija Roy). But Devi Chandi’s plans take an unexpected turn, and she decides to rain down her wrath on the young couple to teach them a lesson, ensuing a rigmarole between a Goddess and devotee.

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