On 20th February, Hoichol released the Trailer of their new original series ‘Indubala Bhaater Hotel’ starring Subhashree Ganguly as Indubala.
A beautiful amalgamation of memories, life and food, Indubala Bhaater Hotel is a series that doesn’t just tell a story but shows its audiences a beautiful showreel of moments that hold value in the character’s life.
Indubala Bhaater Hotel starring Subhashree Ganguly and directed by Debaloy Bhattacharya, adapted from the popular novel of the same name written by Kallol Lahiri tells the story of a young girl from East Pakistan (present day Bangladesh) with a simple life, strewn with small pockets of joy. Her life changes after she moves to Calcutta following her marriage and tries to build a life there.
Keeping her hometown alive through her food, Indubala opens up a small hotel within her house and feeds office goers, students and the masses, delicacies of her hometown. Each dish has a story or a memory attached to it and whoever eats at Indubala Bhaater Hotel inadvertently becomes a part of that story.
The Trailer shows the viewers a snippet of what they can expect from the show. A young girl away from her roots finds solace in food and sharing her culture and love via food with the masses. Her journey, her joys and sorrows will take you on an emotional roller coaster that will have you craving more.
Talking about the Trailer release of the series and her role, Subhashree Ganguly said, “Indubala Bhaater Hotel marks my entry into the OTT world and I don’t think there’s any other content that I’d rather have done it with. When I read the script, knew I had to do it. This role was unlike anything I had done before and I was super excited to do it. The Trailer is now out for viewers to get an even better understanding of what the show is about and gives a sneak peek into the world of Indubala Bhaater Hotel. I look forward to seeing the response towards the Trailer and also the show when it releases on 8th March.”
Indubala Bhaater Hotel, all set to stream exclusively on hoichol, from 8th March onwards.