Sreemoyee fame Usashi Chakraborty and Sudip Mukherjee pairing up for a new TV serial

Sreemoyee fame Usashi Chakraborty and Sudip Mukherjee pairing up for a new TV serial
Sudip Mukherjee and Usashi Chakraborty

Actress Usashi Chakraborty, who rose to fame with her portrayal of June in Sreemoyee, is all set to return to the TV screen in a lead role with none other than Sreemoyee co-star Sudip Mukherjee. The TV show Sreemoyee featured Sudip Mukherjee in a lead role where Usashi Chakraborty played his love interest and the main antagonist June Sengupta opposite Indrani Haldar.

According to the latest reports, Sreemoyee Jodi Sudip Mukherjee and Usashi Chakraborty will be seen paying husband-wife in Leena Gangopadhyay's upcoming serial. Usashi Chakraborty also shared this news on social media.

Taking to her Instagram handle, Usashi Chakraborty shared a picture with Sreemoyee co-star Sudip Mukherjee, announcing her new show. But she did not reveal the title of the new TV serial. By the way, Usashi has revealed that her new show will come on Star Jalsha.

Usashi Chakraborty's Instagram post about her new show:

Well, it has also been reported that the show will feature Sean Banerjee as male lead along with Usashi Chakraborty and Sudip Mukherjee. However, which actress from the industry will be seen opposite Sean in this new serial has not been finalized yet. But there is a strong buzz in the industry that Gaatchora fame Anushka Goswami will be seen playing the female lead opposite Sean Banerjee in the show. However, there is no official announcement from the makers or channel authorities yet.

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Speaking about Usashi Chakraborty, she has been a part of several television dramas after Sreemoyee. Usashi Chakraborty recently bagged a pivotal role in Star Jalsha's show Tomader Rani, starring Abhika Malakar and Arkaprovo Roy in lead roles. Apart from all these shows, she also acted in various TV shows and web series like Tumpa Autowali and Chhotolok.

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