|Starring||Adrija Auddy Roy,Sreyasri Roy, Shamik Chakraborty and Nabanita Malakar|
|Country of origin||India|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Original release||5 August 2019 –|
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Mangal Chandi is an Indian Bengali television soap opera that was premiered on 5 August 2019, and is broadcast on Bengali General entertainment Channel Colors Bangla also available on the digital platform Voot. The show stars Adrija Auddy Roy, Sreyasri Roy, Shamik Chakraborty and Nabanita Malakar.
Mangal Chandi is an Indian Bengali television soap opera. The show revolves that,In her bid to be worshipped, Devi Chandi makes the powerful merchant of Ujaninagar, Dhanapati fall in love with her own devotee, Khullona. While Dhanapati does fall in love with her, he doesn't agree to worship Devi Chandi. Chandi then begins her revenge with Dhanapati and what follows is a grand epic journey about a tussle between god and a devotee!
- Adrija Auddy Roy
- Sreyasri Roy
- Nabanita Malakar/Madhuja
- Shamik Chakraborty
- Ishani Sengupta
- Sayak Chakraborty
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