Abhalmaya

Abhalmaya was an Indian Marathi television series which was aired on Alpha TV Marathi. It is one of the successful Marathi television series.[1] It starred Sukanya Kulkarni, Manoj Joshi, Sanjay Mone, Atisha Naik, Harshada Khanvilkar, Manava Naik, Pari Telang in lead roles.[2][3][4] It is the Alpha TV Marathi's first longest-running Indian television series in Marathi TV shows.

Abhalmaya
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GenreIndian Soap Opera
Drama
Written byVinay Apte
Abhitem Joshi
Directed byVinay Apte
Mandar Devasthali
Starring
Theme music composerAshok Patki
Country of originIndia
Original languageMarathi
No. of episodes1182
Production
ProducerAchyut Vaze
Production locationMumbai
Running time22 Minutes
Production companyMagic Box Production
Release
Original networkAlpha TV Marathi
Original releaseAugust 16, 1999 (1999-08-16) –
2003 (2003)
External links
Website

PlotEdit

The story revolves around the Professor Sudha Joshi teacher in Ratanbai College, whose family includes her husband Sharad who is also a professor, and they have two daughters Akansha and Anushka. When Sharad falls in love with another Professor Chitra whom he have a one daughter named Chingi, it leads to a rift in the family.[5][6]

CastEdit

MainEdit

  • Sukanya Kulkarni as Sudha Joshi; professor from Ratanbai college, Sharad's wife, Akansha & Anushka's mother, Chingi's stepmother
  • Manoj Joshi as Sharad Joshi; Sudha & Chitra's husband, Akansha, Anushka & Chingi's father
  • Sanjay Mone as Jaya Nimkar; Sudha's colleague
  • Atisha Naik as Chitra; Sharad's girlfriend, Chingi's mother
  • Shweta Sane as Varsha Nimkar
  • Shubhangi Joshi as Akka
  • Mugdha Godbole as Akansha Joshi; Sudha and Sudhir's daughter
    • Sanjyot Hardikar-Pawar replacing godbole as Akansha Joshi
  • Pari Telang as Anushka Joshi; Sudha and Sudhir's daughter
    • Manava Naik replacing gokhale as elder Anushka Joshi
      • Sameera Kumari replacing naik as elder Anushka Joshi
  • Swarangi Marathe as young (Chingi) Akshata Joshi; Sudhir and Chitra's daughter
    • Ketaki Thatte replacing marathe as elder (Chingi) Akshata Joshi
      • Chaitrali Chirmule-Gupte as elder (Chingi) Akshata Joshi
  • Harshada Khanvilkar as Sushma; Sukanya's sister
  • Ankush Chaudhari as Sunny; Sushma's husband

RecurringEdit

  • Bhushan Dhupkar as Bunty
  • Shaila Sawant-Kanekar as Prof. Sunanda Sonawane
  • Swati Apte as Prof. Ranganekar
  • Vijay Patwardhan as Prof. Ghatpande
  • Ajit Kelkar as Prof. Gawaskar
  • Uday Sabnis as Manna Pradhan
  • Pratibha Goregaonkar as Seema
  • Prashant Deshpande as Kiran
    • Rahul Mehendale as Kiran
  • Purnima Patil as Pallavi
    • Rujuta Deshmukh as Pallavi
  • Amod Oak as Bhushan
    • Rutuj Kulkarni as Bhushan
  • Sunita Gore as Aaji
  • Prasad Pandit as Arvind Mahajan
  • Smita Oak as Sarita Mahajan
  • Parag Bedekar as Nishant
  • Meena Naik as Kalyani Shirodkar
  • Avishkar as Virendra Shirodkar
  • Kshama Ninawe as Nutan Shirodkar
  • Irawati Lagoo as Priti Shirodkar
  • Ashok Sathe as Mr. Kulkarni
  • Prasad Oak as Suhas Dani
  • Jayant Ghate as Vishwanath
  • Vilas Ujawane as Bhai Shelar
  • Hridaynath Rane as Aaba
  • Vivek Gore as Inspector Jayesh Chorghade
  • Ramdas Jadhav as Inspector Mane
  • Ravindra Berde as Mr. Thorat
  • Kshitij Zarapkar as Mr. Chandekar
  • Asawari Paranjape as Mrunal Dhurandhar
  • Shivaji Raut as Abhay Dhurandhar
  • Ganesh Pai as Manoj Kapadiya
  • Sonali Khare as Reshma Kapadiya
  • Neha Bam as Meera Yerawar
  • Arun Mohare as Khanderao Yerawar
  • Sachin Khedekar as Shrirang Yerawar
  • Suhas Naware as Karbhari
  • Vinay Apte as Yashwant Pawar (Kaka)
  • Arun Nalawade as Anna
  • Atharva Gharpure as Tanvir
  • Vedvati as Mohini
  • Swanandi Tikekar as Varsha
  • Sunil Tawade as Nachiket
  • Milind Phatak as Kaushik
  • Jagdish as C.P. Wagale
  • Anil Bhandare as Pratap More
  • Ajit Bhagat as Manohar Warang
  • Jagannath Kandalgaonkar as Mr. Kharshikar
  • Raju Patwardhan as Shipai
  • Prabhakar Pawar as Ramesh
  • Mahesh Subhedar as Eknath
  • Ashok Sawant as Mr. Deshpande
  • Subodh Bhave as Inspector Mohan
  • Bharati Patil as Inspector

SpecialEdit

  • Academic Committee
  • Professors
    • Kishor Jaykar
    • Shashank Sawant
    • Anushmala Patil
    • Anjali Amadekar

OthersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "20 Years Of Abhalmaya: Sukanya Mone, Manva Naik, Sanjyot Hardikar, Swarangi Marathe And Others Celebrate On Video Call". www.spotboye.com. Retrieved 2021-02-01.
  2. ^ "20 years of 'Abhalmaya': Cast mark the occasion through a virtual reunion". Republic World. Retrieved 2021-02-01.
  3. ^ "Abhalmaya: Here's how the cast of the first super hit Marathi show looks like now". The Times of India. 2019-05-14. Retrieved 2021-02-01.
  4. ^ "Abhalmaya: Down the memory lane after 16 years". Marathi Stars. Retrieved 2021-02-01.
  5. ^ "Abhalmaya actors Information - Marathi.TV". Retrieved 2021-02-01.
  6. ^ "Recalling the happy memories of 'Aabhalmaya'". Retrieved 2021-02-01.
  7. ^ "'आभाळमाया'चा आनंदोत्सव". Loksatta (in Marathi). 2015-11-03. Retrieved 2021-02-01.

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