Kalo Shada Abcha, the first miniseries from KLIKK
The plot of KLIKK's debut miniseries, Kalo Shada Abcha, centres on a book of the same name that is simultaneously delivered to the homes of Raktim, Shohini, and Ankita. The book's author is a persona by the name of Debmalya Sengupta. The author invites them to read the book and offers a contact information in case they like its ideas. They read the book out of pure curiosity and are surprised. The tales in the book are similar to the personal secrets they have kept concealed. These three protagonists set off on their adventure to unravel the mystery. By chance, they all arrive at that particular address at the same moment. Shamaresh Lahiri, a brand-new character, appears.
"First of all, I want to express my gratitude to KLIKK for directing a Bengali miniseries under their brand. We appreciate Amlan Majumder for writing such a compelling story. This kind of miniseries is a fantastic way for KLIKK to launch a new, condensed narrative format. Moreover, both older performers and the majority of the cast, who are all very young, gave it their all. Undoubtedly, this was one of my most difficult attempts at directing. A story of this scope and nature is difficult to convert to a miniseries, according to the director Surajit (Saheb) Mukherjee.
"Every actor aspires to portray his ideal role. I've always felt at ease performing a variety of roles, and Devmalya Sengupta from Kalo Sada Abchha is one among them. My persona is quite secretive and impulsive. He has the capacity to persuade others by weaving a web of words. Kalo Sada Abchha, KLiKK's inaugural short-form web series, is an excellent platform for discovering up-and-coming talent. For both newcomers and seasoned actors, this gives up a much larger new window of options, according to writer-actor Amlan Majumdar. KLIKK is hosting a webcast of the show.