Aakash Aath and The Team Of Kanchi Celebrated 100 Episodes and Christmas Celebration


News Desk, News Nation 360 : Aakash Aath, one of the most popular regional general entertainment channels, known for its variety of content-driven programs organised a Christmas Extravaganza between the team of their recently launched teleserial “Kanchi” and the underprivileged children of Joyjeet Das Memorial School on Tuesday, 14th December 2021 from 04:30 pm at Sinha Roy Studio in Narendrapur. The lead cast and crew members of the mega, actress Kathakali Chakraborty, Omi Mukherjee, Tulika Basu, Bhaswar Chatterjee, Bharat Kaul and director Manish Ghosh were present for this philanthropic celebration. This event also marked the 100th Episode Celebration of Kanchi. Besides Durga Puja, Christmas and New Year Eve have become the second biggest celebration where the City of Joy is being decorated like a fairy tale during this time of the year. Prominent places such as Park Street, New Town and almost all the swanky malls of the city are filled with enthusiastic revellers who are out to enjoy themselves with the best of music, season special cakes and cookies. Amid these happy faces, yet there is a section of underprivileged young ones who are deprived of the experience of these marry-makings. So, the team of “Kanchi” celebrated this festival of peace and harmony with the children of the children of Joyjeet Das Memorial School, making their Christmas more special. Eshita Surana Poddar & Priyanka Surana Bardia, Directors, Aakash Aath said that the daily soap “Kanchi” which recently completed its 100 episodes has gained immense popularity within a very short span of the telecast. The main protagonist of the serial, ‘Kanchi’ played by Kathakali Chakraborty has been immensely accepted by the viewers especially the children. In the story plot, where the lead character with her distinctive accent and the funny roadshow games that she plays to entertain the tourists is very much loved by the children. Hence it was their effort to make this Christmas Carnival a special affair for some of the underprivileged children and bring smiles to their faces and shower them with affection, care and joy. The Christmas evening was full of enthusiasm and fun as it was followed by a grand cake-cutting ceremony and distribution of gift packets and Christmas Caps among the fifteen underprivileged children of the school on this festive occasion.

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Report : Anustup Kundu