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Addatimes unveils bouquet of new films and web shows
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Addatimes unveils bouquet of new films and web shows

| @indiablooms | 30 Mar 2023, 10:43 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: After being acquired by Kolkata-based film production company Surinder Films, Addatimes on Thursday unveiled a bouquet of films and web shows to entertain the audience in the era which is witnessing a digital boom.

The Over-the-top (OTT) platform has announced a new line of films and web shows which are streaming or set to stream on Addatimes.

The list of films includes Koel Mallick's Mitin Mashi, Prosenjit Chatterjee starrer Kaberi Antardhan, Tota Roychowdhury's Jawto Kando Kathmandute, Parambrata-Koel starrer Sagardwipe Jawker Dhan, upcoming Bengali film Love Marriage.

Among the web series set for streaming are Amriter Sandhane - The Banaras Chapter starring Chandan Roy Sanyal, Sauraseni Maitra & Debasish Mondal and Gentlemen, starring Joy Sengupta, Mir Afsar Ali, Rudranil Ghosh and Madhurima Basak in the lead.

Addatimes, which was launched in 2016, claims to be the first platform to create original web series, short films, Bengali video songs, short love stories, detective movies, thrillers and suspense dramas and comedy series for the Bengali audience.

Addatimes is available on Play store, App Store, Android TV, Fire TV and Samsung TV.

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