Colors Bangla

Colors Bangla
Launched 1999
Owned by Viacom 18 & ETV Network
Slogan Tomar Sopner Rong
Country India
Language Bengali
Headquarters 568 11th floor S.N. Banerjee Mirza Ghalib Street, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Sister channel(s)
Website Official website
Availability
Satellite
Airtel digital TV Channel 705
SUN Direct Channel 622
Dish TV Channel 1411
BIG TV Channel 921
Tata Sky Channel 1305
Videocon d2h Channel 797 (SD)
Channel 976 (HD)
DirecTV (US) Channel 2014

Colors Bangla is an Indian pay television channel broadcasting in Bengali language.[1] The channel aired the Filmfare Awards East 2017.[2]

Programming

Current programming

Upcoming programming

Former programming

  • Aponjon
  • Bisharjan
  • Byomkesh
  • Bene Bou
  • Hushiyar Bangla
  • Robi Thakurer Golpo
  • Rojgere Ginni
  • Bhorer Khub Kache
  • Arakshaniya
  • Apur Kotha
  • Jhumur (TV Series)
  • Lukochuri
  • Probhu Amaar
  • Shaanjhbela
  • Soubhagabati
  • Neelpori
  • Faagun Legeche Bone Bone
  • Barir Naam Bhalobasha
  • Kokhono Megh Kokhono Bristi
  • Shonar Horeen
  • Taranath Tantrik
  • Tithir Atithi
  • Dhup Chhaya
  • Lal Trikon
  • Krishnokoli Tarei Boli
  • Utshaber Ratri
  • Jaya
  • Nachbe Radha
  • Beta Betir Battle
  • Baranday Roddur
  • Gaan Live
  • Fatafati Filmy Fight
  • Naach Dhum Macha Le
  • Dada Na Didi
  • Sur Doriya
  • Bengal Music League
  • Laughaa Laughee
  • Nachbe Tolly Tak Dhina Dhin
  • Kaacher Manush
  • Debiboron
  • Shishirer Shobdo
  • Sa Theke Sa
  • Roshni
  • Binni Dhaner Khoi
  • Soloana
  • Swayangsiddha
  • Aastha
  • Durgeshnandani
  • Biyer School
  • Jhalak Dikhala Jaa Bangla
  • Kotha Dilam
  • Shubho Bibaho
  • Ranga Mathaye Chiruni
  • Bigg Boss Bangla
  • Hiyar Maajhe
  • Dui Prithibi
  • Dutta Barir Chhoto Bou
  • Rannaghore Rockstar
  • Sera Bouthan
  • Hoyto Tomari Jonno
  • Sohaagi Sindoor
  • Tumi Ele Taai
  • Sadhok Bamakhyapa
  • Bhalobasha Bhalobasha
  • Soubhagyaboti[4]
  • Bhule Jeona Please
  • Gouridaan
  • Shesh Theke Shuru
  • Maa er Super Kid
  • Prathamar Rannaghar
  • Maa Durga
  • Meera
  • Great Music Gurukul[5]
  • Bindaas Dance
  • Ganer Guto
  • Naagin
  • Pita
  • Ki Kore Toke Bolbo
  • Naagleela
  • Daashi
  • Gachkouto
  • Roopkatha

References

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