Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyann

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Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyann (The wealth of the house - daughters) (also known as Betiyann) (International Title:Destiny) is a Hindi language television drama-series that aired on Zee TV. It premiered on 26 September 2006 and was directed by director, Rajan Shahi.[1] The serial ended on 27 August 2009. This serial was produced under the banner of Creative Eye Ltd.

Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyann
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Created byCreative Eye Limited
Directed byRajan Shahi
Romesh Kalra
Sunand Kumar Baranwal
Santosh Bhatt
StarringKshitee Jog
Aleeza Khan
Smriti Mohan
Gunjan Walia
Soni Singh
Opening theme"Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyann"
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes595
Production
Producer(s)
  • Dheeraj Kumar
  • Zuby Kochhar
Production location(s)Mumbai
Running timeapproximately 23 minutes
Production company(s)Creative Eye Limited
Release
Original networkZee TV
Picture format576i
Original releaseSeptember 26, 2006 (2006-09-26) –
August 27, 2009 (2009-08-27)
External links
Website

Other versions/telecastsEdit

An Arabic dubbed-version premiered on Zee Alwan under the name "Al Banat Zinat Al Bayt" - girls are the beauty of the house/"البنات زينة البيت", the second season aired on 16 April 2014.

The Show was dubbed In English and aired on Zee World on DSTv channel number 166.

The Show was dubbed In French and aired on Zee Magic on Canal Sat channel number 51.

The Show was dubbed In Indonesian and aired on Zee Bioskop on MNC Vision channel number 23.

SummaryEdit

Suryakant Gadodia is marries to Savitri and has four daughters - Saraswati, Gauri, Durga, and Lakshmi. He wants a son and marries Menaka, who gives birth to Yuvraj. Suryakant abandons his daughters and spoils Yuvraj, who grows up insolent and arrogant.

Menaka wishes to have sole rights to the household and wants to get the daughters married as soon as possible. She arranges Bhavishya Kapadia, an abusive man, to marry Saraswati. Her lover Kshitij saves her when her husband tries to set her alive, and after a long trial, the sisters win the case. Saraswati becomes pregnant after Bhavishya is imprisoned, and then marries Kshitij.

The youngest, lively Lakshmi is to wed Satyakam, who also helps find clues against Kapadia, but he dies, leaving her in a state of shock. She later meets Karan, who has come to the Gadodias to avenge his mother, who was actually harassed by Menaka's brother. He then marries Lakshmi, and in the end, finds out she is pregnant.

Yuvraj is trapped by a prostitute Kajri, who he disguises as a traditional woman Pavitra, and marries. He is greedy and rebukes his mother. The sisters find his secret out, and Suryakant disowns Yuvraj.

As the show ends, Gauri is married to Akash Shah, and Durga marries Bhavishya's lookalike Ranbir Dhawaan, and Saraswati reluctantly accepts the alliance.

CastEdit

  • Rohini Hattangadi / Nayan Bhatt as Gayatri Garodia (Baa)
  • Yatin Karyekar as Suryakant Garodia
  • Aishwarya Narkar as Savitri Suryakant Garodia
  • Tanushree Kaushal as Menka Garodia
  • Vikrant Rai / Hemant Thatte as Kshitij Gandhi
  • Kshitee Jog as Saraswati Garodia / Saraswati Bhavishya Kapadia / Saraswati Kshitij Gandhi
  • Neetha Shetty / Aleeza Khan as Gauri Garodia / Gauri Akash Shah
  • Smriti Mohan as Durga Garodia / Durga Ranveer Dhawan
  • Twinkle Bajpai / Gunjan Walia as Lakshmi Garodia / Lakshmi Karan Mathur
  • Romit Raj as Yuvraj Garodia
  • Yuvraj Mehra as Puneet Gandhi
  • Yuvraj Malhotra as Karan Mathur
  • Manini Mishra as Chanchal
  • Kartik Sabharwal as Bhavishya Kapadia / Ranveer Dhawan
  • Shishir Sharma / Sai Ballal as Nekchand Kapadia
  • Natasha Rana as Dhara Nekchand Kapadia
  • Sid Makkar as Satyakam Kapadia
  • Chhavi Mittal as Preeti
  • Jasveer Kaur as Kajri Bai / Pavitra Yuvraj Garodia
  • Gulfam Khan as Rasili Bai
  • Nupur Alankar as Halki Bhen
  • Suchitra Bandrekar as Phulki Garodia
  • Shekhar Shukla as Hasmukh Bhai
  • Rajendra Chawla as Rasik Bhai
  • Amit Dolawat as Prince / Dev
  • Niyati Joshi as Niyati Yuvraj Garodia
  • Narayani Shastri as Advocate Damini Verma
  • Gaurav Chopra as Advocate Kapil Singhania
  • Alka Ashlesha as Mrs. Verma (Damini's Mother)
  • Soni Singh as Jhumki Rani / Janvi Garodia / Janvi Nikhil Singhania
  • Yash Pandit as Prakash
  • Karan Hukku as Nikhil Singhania
  • Jatin Shah as Akash Shah
  • Mahru Sheikh as Devyani Shah
  • Nimai Bali as Suraj Pratap Singh

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "New soap opera goes on air". Tribune India. 27 September 2006.