Actress Srabanti Chatterjee Shares Unseen Pictures From Her Wedding

She will be next seen in director Manas Basu ‘Chobiyal’. The film stars Srabanti Chatterjee, Saswata Chatterjee as the lead actors. This is for the first time that these two actors will be paired together.

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Actress Srabanti Chatterjee Shares Unseen Pictures From Her Wedding
Actress Srabanti Chatterjee and her husband Roshan Singh has celebrated their first marriage anniversary. The couple got married on April 19 last year and was planning to throw a party for their friends but cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak. 

On the occasion of her first wedding anniversary, the actress shared some unseen pictures from her mehandi function on social media. “I will cherish this moment forever,” she captioned. 


This is Srabanti Chatterjee’s third marriage and came as a surprise for her fans. She did not reveal about her marriage in initial days.


Meanwhile, she will be next seen in director Manas Basu ‘Chobiyal’. The film stars Srabanti Chatterjee, Saswata Chatterjee as the lead actors. This is for the first time that these two actors will be paired together.


According to the sources, the story is about a man named Habol who is a photographer but he is very much interested in taking photos of dead bodies. In fact, he is so much passionate about his photography that he has converted studio as a crematorium. Habol becomes unhappy when his close friend played by Amitabh Bhattacharjee who is a wedding photographer suddenly gets disappeared. Habol life changes when he falls in love with Labonyo played by Srabanti. They both start living together. But suddenly, everyone starts talking about them which Habol doesn’t like and one day they also get disappeared. Their sudden disappearance made villagers shocked and left them confused.  



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