ABP Group's Editor thanks Bengal Governor for 'opening the doors of Raj Bhavan'
"Bochhorer Best” award, the first such award ceremony in Bengal, attended by leading lights from culture and industry, led by Editor Emeritus of the ABP Group Aveek Sarkar.
Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar took the unique opportunity to welcome a 228-year-old legend to the 218-year-old Raj Bhavan on Friday while presenting the first “Bochhorer Best” award, instituted by ABP Digital to identify and crown the Person of the Year.
Ditipriya Roy, the young actress who has been essaying the role of Rani Rashmoni for over 3 years and more than 1,170 episodes on Zee Bangla's Karunamoyee Rani Rashmoni.
To make it even more grand for the teenager, Tollywood stars Prosenjit and Paoli Dam joined Ditipriya on stage for a quick session of "gyaan and gaan" (sage advice from Prosenjit and a song with Paoli).
This was followed by Tolly star Dev engaging in a fun session on films and "anything but politics" with the Governor. The exchange between the Trinamul MP and one of the fiercest critics of the Trinamul government in West Bengal was marked by easy humour and refreshing candour.
Editor Emeritus of the ABP Group, Aveek Sarkar thanked the Governor for "opening the doors of Raj Bhavan" for this unique event.
Dhankhar, in turn, felt that such occasions celebrating and championing cultural achievements was just what Bengal needed.