Geet – Hui Sabse Parayi is an Indian soap opera which premiered on 5 April 2010 on STAR One. It is the first series produced by 4 Lions Films. The show ended on 14 December 2011 when STAR One was replaced by Life OK.
|Geet - Hui Sabse Parayi|
|Directed by||Nissar Parvez|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of episodes||470|
|Running time||25 minutes approx|
|Production company||4 Lions Films|
|Original network||STAR One|
|Original release||5 April 2010 –|
14 December 2011
Geet is an innocent village girl of the Handa household. Her family decides to get her married to Dev Khurana, a rich NRI, much to her dismay. Dev is actually married and lives away from his family due to some quarrels with his brother. In order to get money, he marries Geet and abandons her at the airport next day. Hurt, geet returns to her village, finds out about her pregnancy and Dev's truth. She meets Maan Singh Khurana, Dev's brother and they start bickering all the time. When her family asks her to abort the kid, she refuses. They try to kill her but is saved by Maan. She cuts all ties with her family, moves to Delhi for a job and accidentally takes up Maan's secretary's post. Geet who is unaware of the fact of Mann being Dev's brother and Mann who is unaware of Dev's marriage with Geet, fall in love with each other. Dev and his wife Nayantara, return and starts living with Mann. Though Geet also ends up being there often, they miss each other. Mann was furious to know about Geet's pregnancy but later accepts Geet's baby and they decide to get engaged. Dev and Nayantara find out that Maan's secretary is Geet and try to avoid her. Later they split-up and a guilty Dev goes to Geet and opens up her relationship with Mann. Disheartened Geet breaks the engagement and walks away. Maan learns the truth and gets Dev jailed but later with the help of Geet, bails him out. Geet thinking that Maan used her for bailing Dev, moves away from him but they later reconcile. Nayanthara tries to kill Geet, but falls from the terrace and slips into coma. Her brother Arjun decides to take revenge and fakes love with Anwesha, Maan's sister and consummates. He later learns Nayantara's evil motives and unites with Anwesha. Geet's brother tries to kill her but she is saved by Maan. They marry but Maan distances from her as she is expecting. Geet falls down and the child is aborted. Later Maan suspects Geet and Dev's closeness which irks Geet and she leaves. They later unite. Geet is abducted by her childhood lover but is saved by Maan. Maan is attacked by Parminder, his step mother after which he loses his memory about Geet. He later remembers her and they unite. The show ends with them becoming parents.
- Suhasini Mulay/Anju Mahendru as Savitri Khuranna
- Abhinav Shukla/Samir Sharma as Dev Singh Khurana
- Nikunj Malik as Anwesha Singh Khurana
- Melanie Pais as Nandini Handa
- Tanushree Kaushal/Usma Bachani as Parminder Singh Khurana
- Karishma Randhawa/ Sonali Nikam as Naintara Singh Rathore
- Behzaad Khan as Brij Handa
- Talat Rekhi as Daarji Handa
- Praneet Bhat as Aditya "Adi"
- Aditi Chopra as Pinky
- Kanika Maheshwari as Sasha
- Aakanksha Nimonkar as Tasha
- Perneet Chauhan as Meera
- Jaanvi Sangwan as Beeji
- Prashant Chawla as Teji
- Ahwaan Kumar as Lucky
- Khushbu Thakkar as Preeto Lucky
- Shalini Kapoor Sagar as Rano Handa
- Neelu Kohli as Rupinder Handa
- Vicky Ahuja as Mohinderlaal Handa
- Manish Naggdev as Gurvinder
- Jay Bhanushali as Yash Malhotra
- Neha Jhulka as Pari
- Piyush Sahdev as Arjun Singh Rathore
- Vishal Thakkar as Manav
- Iira Soni as Nitya
- Arjun Pundir as Sangram Gujjar
- Vikas Sethi as Vikram
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