|Genre||Comedy soap opera|
|Created by||Blues Productions|
|Based on||Bhojo Gobindo|
|Opening theme||Bhojo Gobindo"|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of episodes||539|
|Running time||21 minutes|
|Original network||Star Jalsha|
|Original release||29 May 2017 –|
8 December 2018
|Related shows||Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki|
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Bhojo Gobindo is a 2017 Indian Bengali-language television comedy, soap opera set in Kolkata, West Bengal. The show was staring Priya Mondal, Swastika Dutta and Rohan Bhattacharya with Mohua Halder and Rahul Dev Bose in negative roles. It was first aired on May 29, 2017 on Star Jalsha. It has been remade in Hindi for Star Bharat as Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki.
- Rohaan Bhattacharjee in a double role as Gobindo and Bhojohori
- Swastika Dutta as Dali, Gobindo's wife and Bhojo's friend
- Deepankar De as Pratap Narayan Chowdhury
- Kanchana Moitra as Nipah Masi
- Priya Mondal as Purbi, Bhojo's wife and Gobindoe's friend
- Soma Chakraborty as Sandhya Sen
- Rahul Dev Bose as Rocky
- Twarita Chatterjee as Rumki, Kaalachads wife
- Misty Das/Juhi Sengupta as Chumki, Rumki's sister
- Chandranibha Mukherjee as Kaalachand, Rumki's husband
- Sourav Banerjee as Dhrubo
- Madhurima Basak as Rohini
- Supriyo Dutta as Pralay Sen
- Dolon Roy as Sudha Sen
- Mahua Halder as Somdutta Sen
- Puja Ganguly as Daali's friend
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- "Actress Swastika Dutta of 'Bhojo Gobindo' fame is enjoying her outdoor shoot - Times of India". The Times of India.
Category:2017 Indian television series debuts Category:2018 Indian television series endings Category:Indian comedy television series Category:Star Jalsha original programming Category:Bengali-language television programming in India
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