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Parambrata Chattopadhyay, Piya Chakraborty undertake a three-day Bangladesh trip. Details inside
Photo courtesy: Instagram/Piya Chakraborty

Parambrata Chattopadhyay, Piya Chakraborty undertake a three-day Bangladesh trip. Details inside

| @indiablooms | 09 Apr 2024, 01:49 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Bengali actor-filmmaker Parambrata Chattopadhyay and his wife Piya Chakraborty were off to Bangladesh for a three-day trip, the couple shared glimpses from the visit on social media.

Piya, a mental health activist and social worker, shared a post on Instagram where she and Parambrata were seen dining together.

Not just the two, Parambrata and Piya were accompanied by several others including filmmaker Aritra Sen.

Piya writes in the caption, "A rich and wholesome experience. A memorable three day trip. The people, the food, the love. Dhaka, you have my heart. I will be back soon."

In November last year, Parambrata opted for a registered marriage with Piya, who happens to be musician Anupam Roy's former wife, in a close-knit ceremony involving friends and family.

Parambrata and Piya were reportedly in a relationship for two years but neither of them acknowledged it.

On the work front, Parambarata, who is a known face in Bollywood as well, directed the hoichoi web series Parnashavarir Shaap, which went on to emerge as a hit.

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