Bokul Kotha

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Bokul Kotha
Bokul Katha Poster.png
Promotional Poster
Bengali: বকুল কথা
Written byStory
Ashita Bhattacharya
Ayan Chakroborty
Vivek Ranjan Chatterjee
Directed byBabu Banik
Creative director(s)Satyaki and Birsha Dasgupta
Presented byAcropolis Entertainment
StarringUshasi Ray
Honey Bafna
Voices ofUjjaini Mukherjee
Suvam Moitra
Theme music composerSuvam Moitra
Composer(s)Indra (Baban)
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Bengali
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes497 as of 11 July 2019
Producer(s)Soumen Halder
Sumalya Bhattacharya
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22 minutes (approx.)
Production company(s)Acropolis Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
DistributorZee Enterprises
Original networkZee Bangla
Picture format576i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original release4 December 2017 (2017-12-04) –
External links
Official wbsite @ ZEE5

Bokul Kotha is an Indian Bengali television soap opera that premiered on 4 December 2017 and airs on Zee Bangla Monday to Saturday. The show is produced by Acropolis Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.. It stars Ushasi Ray[1] and Honey Bafna[2] in lead roles and Uponita Bnaerjee, Sumanta Mukherjee, Shreyasree Samanta, Arindam Banerjee and Biplab Banerjee in prominent supporting roles.

The show is a remake of the Odia serial "Sindura Bindu" that aired on Zee Sarthak, and has been well-received by the audience. In June 2018, the show had a TRP of 11.2.[3] The show marks the return of Ushasi Ray in a lead role on Bengali television since her portrayal of "Ahona" in the Star Jalsha drama series "Milon Tithi", also produced by Acropolis Entertainment. Bokul Kotha is a Bengali television series starring Ushasi Ray and Honey Bafna in the lead. This is a story of Bokul, a tomboyish girl, who looks after all the responsibilities of a head of the family. After a lot of drama and confusion, she is married off to Rishi, who has already rejected 40 women for marriage.


The storyline revolves around a girl named Bokul, who is tomboyish in nature but a brave, honest and free-spirited soul. Under unforeseen circumstances, she gets married to Rishi. Initially, Rishi doesn't accept Bokul as his wife due to her appearance and mannerisms, but after getting to know her closely they develop a strong bond with each other, which develops into a unique relationship with their friendship being the base. Bokul too carves a special place for herself in the hearts of Rishi's family members with her loving and caring nature. Rishi also stands by Bokul in her fight against her late father's culprits and supports her to reprise her studies and become an IPS officer.


Official Logo of Bokul Kotha

Main cast[edit]

  • Ushasi Ray as Bokul Roy (née Sanyal) - Rishi's wife (Titular Protagonist)
  • Honey Bafna as Rishi Roy - Bokul's husband and an ardent supporter in her quest.

Recurring cast[edit]

  • Upanita Banerjee as Barsha Basu (née Sanyal) - Bokul's sister, Kunal's wife, previously engaged to Rishi.
  • Suvajit Kar as Kunal Basu - Barsha's husband, Rishi's cousin (his late paternal aunt's son), an opportunist and brat.
  • Sohini Sanyal / Sanjuktaa Roy Chowdhury [4] as Lajbonti Sanyal - Barsha and Bokul's mother.
  • Anuradha Roy as Gaayatri Sanyal - Barsha and Bokul's paternal grandmother.
  • Sumanta Mukherjee as Shekhar Roy - The patriarch of Roy family, a businessman by profession and Anjali's husband; Rohan, Roshni and Rishi's father; Aditi, Sourabh and Bokul's father-in-law.
  • Saswati Guhathakurata as Anjali Roy - The matriarch of Roy family, a school teacher by profession and Shekhar's wife; Rohan, Roshni and Rishi's mother; Aditi, Sourabh and Bokul's mother-in-law.
  • Arindam Banerjee as Samar Roy - Shekhar's younger brother, Rohan-Roshni-Rishi's paternal uncle, Raagini's husband, Esha's father, Deep's father in law, a corrupt businessman who was responsible for killing Bokul's father with minister Rajatabha Rakshit.
  • Mallika Majumdar as Raagini Roy - Samar's wife, Rohan-Roshni-Rishi's aunt, Esha's mother, Deep's mother in law, Shekhar-Anjali's sister-in-law.
  • Subhrajit Dutta[5] as Rohan Roy - Shekhar-Anjali's eldest child, Roshni and Rishi's elder brother, Aditi's husband, Bokul's brother-in-law.
  • Arpita Mukherjee as Aditi Roy - Rohan's wife, Shekhar-Anjali's elder daughter-in-law, Roshni-Rishi's sister-in-law.
  • Shreyasee Samanta as Roshni Banerjee (née Roy) - Shekhar-Anjali's second child and only daughter, Rohan and Rishi's sister, Saurabh's wife (with whom she eloped), Dabbu's mother, Bokul's sister-in-law. She is prone to jealousy, being greedy and finicky.
  • Sutirtha Saha / Rajkumar Datta as Saurabh Banerjee - Roshni's good-for-nothing husband, Dabbu's father, Shekhar-Anjali's son-in-law, Rishi's brother-in law.
  • Aishik Mukherjee as Dabbu - Roshni and Saurabh's six-year-old son who is fond of Bokul, Rishi's nephew.
  • Amrita Debnath as Esha Roy - Samar and Ragini's daughter, Shekhar-Anjali's niece, Rohan-Roshni-Rishi's younger-cousin sister, Deep's wife, Bokul's sister-in-law, collegemate as well as friend.
  • Arnab Chowdhury as Deep Chatterjee - Rishi's friend and co-worker, Esha's husband.
  • Uma Bardhan as Shikha - Kunal's paternal aunt, who is greedy for money and wants to screw Barsha's image in front of Kunal's father.
  • Raj Bhattacharya as Rocky - Shikha's cunning son, Kunal's cousin, Barsha's brother-in-law.
  • Biplab Banerjee as Rajatava Rakshit - Samar's associate or partner-in-crime in conducting the murder of Bokul's father, a corrupt minister.
  • Namita Chakraborty as Bani Rakshit - Arunabha's Mother, Tina's mother, Rajatabha Rakshit's wife.
  • Priyanka Halder as Tina Rakshit - Rajatabha Rakshit's daughter, an arrogant brat who attends Bokul and Esha's college and conducts ill practices like ragging.
  • Neil Chatterjee as Late Arunabha Rakshit - Rajatabha Rakshit's late son, an arrogant brat, Esha's fiancé, Bokul's enemy. He was encountered and killed by Bokul.
  • Gopa Nandi as Tumpa - Lajbonti's neighbour, Bokul's well-wisher.
  • Biresh Chakraborty as Inspector Agnijit Roy


  • Sourav Ganguly as Dada
  • Snighdhajit Bhowmik
  • Gaurav Sarkar
  • Ankita Bhattacharya
  • Neel Bhattacharya
  • Gaurab Roy Chowdhury
  • Suman Dey

Crossover episodes[edit]

Sr No. Air Date Serials
1 May 18, 2019 Nakshi Kantha Ranu Pelo Lottery Bhanumotir Khel
2 August 26,2019-August 29,2019 Krishnakoli Trinayani Nakshi Kantha


Because of it 's Popularity in Bengali,The Show has been remade in Tamil as Sathya which airs on Zee Tamil.


  1. ^ "Bokul turns into Priya Varrier". The Times of India. 7 March 2018. Retrieved 19 August 2019.
  2. ^ "Who will play the Male Lead in Bokul Katha".
  3. ^ "TV serial 'Bokul Kotha ' tops on the Trp Charts".
  4. ^ "Actress Sohini Sanyal shares a strong bond with her on-screen family: see pic".
  5. ^ "Subhrajit Dutta is happy to be a part of small screen".

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