29 February 2020 01:14

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Get ready to experience the retro drama with ALTBalaji's and Zee5’s It Happened In Calcutta

ALTBalaji and Zee5’s new show It Happened in Calcutta is becoming the talk of the town. The web series is an epic love saga that one will be witness in this month of love.

The first glimpse of the show was revealed with the character posters that were recently launched which have only added to the anticipation amongst the viewers. After winning over the hearts of the audience, the platform gives a sneak peek into the show with the release of the teaser today. The dashing and talented actor, Karan Kundrra will be seen playing the character of Ronobir along with the beautiful debutante Naghma Rizwan as Kusum and Harman Singha as Ratan.

The teaser talks about the love story between Kusum and Ronobir which blooms during their college days at Calcutta Medical College and the retro era of the 1960s.

Directed by Ken Ghosh, the web-series will take you back in time, when there were many taboos for women and the country was dealing with political unrest, war and cholera. It Happened in Calcutta features a talented set of actors like Karan Kundrra, Naghma Rizwan, Harman Singha, Pamela Bhutoria, Sunanda Wong, Simran Kaur Mundi amongst others. The story focuses on love, betrayal, friendship and also showcases how each love story is different. Over two separate scenarios, we see the two sides to the story of Kusum and Ronobir as they’re seen in a warm embrace just as having their backs to one another. While some love stories are meant to see two hearts together, in some it is the separation between them that defines the essence of their tale.

Stay Tuned to ALTBalaji app for more updates

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