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Star Jalsha
Star Jalsha logo.jpg
Star Jalsha's logo with their slogan "Cholo Paltai"
Broadcast areaIndia
NetworkStar India
HeadquartersKolkata, West Bengal, India
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to letterboxed 576i for the SDTV feed)
OwnerStar India (subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company)
Sister channelsStar India channels
Launched8 September 2008; 13 years ago (8 September 2008)
WebsiteStar Jalsha on Disney+ Hotstar
Asianet Digital TVChannel 700
SkyCable (Philippines)Channel 198
Destiny Cable (Philippines)Channel 278
Siti CableChannel 250 (West Bengal)
Bengal Digital (Bangladesh)Channel 84
Sun DirectChannel 621 (SD)
Channel 894 (HD)
Airtel digital TVChannel 707 (SD)
Channel 708 (HD)
Tata SkyChannel 1309 (HD)
Channel 1310 (SD)
Dish TV & d2hChannel 1404 (SD)
Channel 1403 (HD)
Zuku (Africa)Channel 937
OSN (Middle East)Channel 297
Singtel TV (Singapore)Channel 736
Zuku (Kenya)Channel 387
Streaming media
Disney+ Hotstar

Star Jalsha is an Indian general entertainment pay television channel owned by Star India (Disney India).[1] It broadcasts Bengali-language programming, such as family dramas, comedies, reality shows, crime shows and telefilms. It launched its own HD feed on 14 April 2016.


Star Jalsha was officially launched on 8 September 2008.[2] In 2011, it was launched on OSN platform in Middle East.[3]

On 17 June 2012, during a special event Chalo Paltai, it rebranded with a new diamond star logo.[4] On 22 November 2012, the channel was launched in UK.[5]

The channel launched its own high-definition feed, along with Jalsha Movies HD, on 14 April 2016.[6] They were the first Bengali-language HD channels in India.[7]

In 2018, Sagnik Ghosh became the head of the channel.[8] On 17 February 2019, during a special event called Jalsha Doshe Dosh, the channel rebranded for the second time from a white logo with red accents to a red logo with blue accents. It also introduced new coloured graphics after almost 7 years, which are not red and white in the history of the channel, but predominantly turquoise blue with the hints of golden and yellow. The serials also no longer use their own logo. Instead, they use the logo given by Star Jalsha. However, in recent past, the reality shows and events have featured their own logos in the channel with Star Jalsha's Bengali font Kohinoor Bangla. [9]

Current broadcast

Daily soaps

Title Premiere date Production company
Titli 13 July 2020 Tent Cinema
Mohor 28 October 2019 Magic Moments Motion Pictures
Falna 1 March 2021 Raj Chakraborty Productions
Sanjher Baati 1 July 2019 Acropolis Entertainment
Boron 5 April 2021 Blues Productions
Khelaghor 30 November 2020
Desher Maati 4 January 2021 Magic Moments Motion Pictures
Sreemoyee 10 June 2019
Khorkuto 17 August 2020
Dhulokona 19 July 2021
Mon Phagun 26 July 2021 Acropolis Entertainment
Aay Tobe Sohochori 13 September 2021 Missing Crew Productions
Gangaram 28 December 2020 Blues Production
Mahapeeth Tarapeeth 4 February 2019 Surinder Films
Gramer Rani Binapani 8 March 2021 Boyhood Productions
Shree Krishna Bhakto Meera 26 July 2021 Surinder Films

Reality shows

Title Premiere date Production company
Super Singer Season 3 28 August 2021 Suvankar Chattopadhyay Productions
Golemale Gol 25 September 2021

Acquired shows

Title Premiere date Production company
Radha Krishna 11 May 2020 Swastik Productions

Upcoming broadcast

Title Premiere date Production company
Khukumoni Home Delivery[10] TBA Blues productions
Apni Ki Bolen[11] Suvankar Chattopadhyay Productions

Former broadcast



Biopic / Period Drama


Dubbed series

Reality shows

  • 1000 Ghonta (2011)[15]
  • Aamar Bor Superstar
  • Aamra Na Ora Season 1 & 2
  • Bhyabachaka Season 1 & 2
  • Dance Dance Junior (2019-2020)
  • Dance Dance Junior Season 2 (2021)
  • Eber Jombe Moja (2019)[16]
  • Ebaar Jalsha Rannaghore Season 1, 2 & 3
  • Enjoy Guru
  • Ghosh & Company
  • I Laugh You Season 1, 2 & 3
  • Joto Hasi Toto Ranna
  • Konye Tui Megastar
  • Koti Takar Baaji
  • Phire Asar Gaan
  • Priyo Bandhabi
  • Royal Bengal Superstar
  • Saat Pakke Bandha
  • Start Music (2019-2020)
  • Ranna Banna (2020-2021)
  • Super Singer
  • Super Singer Junior (2019)
  • Swapno Holeo Shottyi
  • Swayamvar
  • You Laugh Me


Channel Category SD/HD Availability Notes
Star Jalsha General Entertainment SD+HD
Star Jalsha Movies Movies
Star Ananda News SD rebranded as ABP Ananda


Within its launch after seven months, it became the most watched Bengali channel in April 2009.[17]


  1. ^ "Rising Star". Business Standard.
  2. ^ "Star's Bengali channel from September 8". Business Standard.
  3. ^ "1st Bengali entertainment channel, STAR Jalsha launches in the Middle East on the Pehla platform". Star TV.
  4. ^ "Regional TV gets competitive". The Indian Express.
  5. ^ "Star launches Bengali channel in UK". Business Standard.
  6. ^ "Star India to back its Bengali HD launch with aggressive marketing and adequate content". Indian Television.
  7. ^ "Star to launch HD versions of Bengali channels". Television Post.
  8. ^ "Sagnik Ghosh to now head Star Jalsha". Exchange4media.
  9. ^ "Star Jalsha unveils new brand identity & new 'Happy Weekend' slot". Biz Asia.
  10. ^ Star Jalsha - শীত, গ্রীষ্ম, বর্ষা, খুকুমণি হোম ডেলিভারিই ভরসা ! | Facebook, retrieved 24 September 2021
  11. ^ "Star Jalsha (@starjalsha) posted on Instagram • Oct 14, 2021 at 2:32pm UTC". Instagram. Retrieved 14 October 2021.
  12. ^ "A new show on martial arts to hit TV screens". The Times of India.
  13. ^ "Tollywood 09". The Telegraph (India).
  14. ^ "Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan now to be dubbed and telecast in bengali and marathi". India Today.
  15. ^ "Indraneil enjoys his new avatar as anchor!". The Times of India.
  16. ^ "Ebar Jombe Moja: Suman Gain and Sakrit Mukherjee emerge as the winner". The Times of India.
  17. ^ "Star Jalsa emerges numero uno". Business Standard.

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