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GenreRomance Drama
Created byMagic Moments Motion Pictures
Developed byLeena Gangopadhyay
Written byStory
Leena Gangopadhyay
Directed bySnehasis Jana
Creative director(s)Chandrashekhar Chakraborty
Presented byBright Advertising Pvt. Ltd.
StarringSohini Guha Roy
Soumya Mukherjee
Theme music composerDebjyoti Mishra
Opening themeMayurpankhi Shopney Deoa Naam
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Bengali
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes9 ( as of 20 November 2018)
Executive producer(s)Debolina Mukhopadhyay
Sumit Kumar Roy
Taniya, Nilanjan (STAR Jalsha)
Producer(s)Saibal Banerjee
Production location(s)Kolkata
Shyampur[disambiguation needed]
Taki (India)
CinematographyMadhab Nashkar
Running time22 minutes (approx.)
Production company(s)Magic Moments Motion Pictures
Original networkSTAR Jalsha
Picture format576i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original releaseNovember 12, 2018 (2018-11-12) – Present
External links
Official Website @ Hotstar

Mayurpankhi is an Indian Bengali television soap opera that premiered on 12 November 2018, and airs on Bengali General Entertainment Channel Star Jalsha [1], and is also available on the digital platform Hotstar. The show is produced by Magic Moments Motion Pictures of Saibal Banerjee and Leena Gangopadhyay.

The show stars Sohini Guha Roy (of Colors Bangla's show "Resham Jhanpi" fame) [2] and Soumya Mukherjee (who had previously acted in a Hoichoi web series) in lead roles.


The story is set against the backdrop of Durga Puja, where beautiful and talented singer Tisham, snips away Souradip’s heart at first sight. The dramatic and romantic first meeting was one to remember, but fate has some other plans for them two. They get parted only to come together again. Mayurpankhi is a story of two souls and their struggle for love against all odds under diverse circumstances.


Main Cast[edit]


  • Sohini Guha Roy [3] as Tisham
  • Soumya Mukherjee as Souradeep aka Papan

Recurring Cast[edit]

  • Sabitri Chatterjee as "Khuri Maa" / "Thamma" - Souradeep's widowed paternal grandmother, his father's aunt.
  • Santu Mukherjee as Souradeep's elder paternal uncle, Bubu's father, Samyo's father-in-law.
  • Rita Dutta Chakraborty as Souradeep's elder aunt and a mother figure to him whom he fondly calls Mamoni, Bubu's mother, Samyo's mother-in-law.
  • Laboni Sarkar as Mitali Bosu ("Mami")- Tisham's aunt (her maternal uncle's wife).
  • Koushik Chakraborty as Raja - Souradeep's father.
  • Tramila Bhattacharya as Malobika aka "Chhoto Maa" - Raja's second wife, Souradeep's stepmother.
  • Biswanath Basu as Paltu - Souradeep's younger paternal uncle (i.e his first cousin once removed) cum friend, Khuri Maa's son.
  • Rajanya Mitra as Bubu - Souradeep's elder cousin sister.
  • Suman Banerjee as Samyo - Bubu's husband, Souradeep's elder brother-in-law.
  • Tathagata Mukherjee as Shyam - Tisham's would-be-husband. He is a drunkard and secretly loves his sister-in-law.
  • Debolina Mukherjee as Kadambari - Shyam's sister-in-law (his elder brother's wife). Her husband is mentally deranged and she regulates Shyam's household and entices him as well.
  • Sreela Majumder as Shyam's mother.
  • Sandip Dey as Shyam's father.
  • Mishmee Das [4]


  1. ^ "New TV Show Mayurpankhi to launch soon".
  2. ^ "Sohini Guha Roy Bangla Tv Serial Actress New Show". 2018-10-12.
  3. ^ "Sohini Guha Roy is the new star face of Star Jalsha".
  4. ^ "Mishmee Das bag's a role in Star Jalsha's Mayurpankhi".