Amber Dhara

Amber Dhara is an Indian Hindi language television series that aired on Sony Entertainment Television from 24 September 2007[1] until 24 April 2008, based on the lives of conjoined twins, Amber and Dhara.

Amber Dhara - Kahani Judi Behno Ki
Directed byBhushan Patel
Loknath Pandey
StarringSee below
Voices ofSonu Nigam
Udit Narayan
Opening theme"Amber Dhara"
Country of originIndia
No. of episodes124
ProducersSidharth Tewary
Vikas Seth
Running timeapprox. 28 minutes
Production companySwastik Pictures
Original networkSony Entertainment Television
Picture format480i
Original release24 September 2007 (2007-09-24) –
24 April 2008 (2008-04-24)


The story revolves around the life of conjoined twins Amber and Dhara, who share their liver and are conjoined at the hip. 20% of the liver is part of Amber's body and the remaining 80% is part of Dhara's body which rules out the possibility of a surgery being carried out to separate the twins without any fatality being involved in the process. The surgeon, a quack doctor who the twins' mother, Lata, consulted asserted that if the surgery is carried out, Amber will die thereby scaring her off to get any other doctor's opinion.

The girls face many obstacles and decide to run away to Mumbai to pursue Amber's dream to become a singer. Anuj, who is responsible for luring them to Mumbai, is revealed to have had bad intentions and wants the girls to join the circus. Amber and Dhara are dressed up in clownish outfits and are told that they are going to perform but instead are tricked into coming to the circus where they are made fun of. Both girls try to escape the humiliation but Anuj and his goons catch them and force the girls to stay. Amber and Dhara decide to perform one show and end up making many friends at the circus. After giving a marvelous performance, the two girls escape from the Circus. Luckily, their friend Akshat finds them and they live with him until they are able to pursue Amber's dream. They join a band but somehow end up getting arrested for the murder of Akshat's mother. Their mother comes to support them and fights the case for them, but finds out that their estranged father is fighting for the other side.

In the end, they are surgically separated from each other without any fatalities and go on to live their own lives.



  1. ^ "Sony to kick off 'Amber Dhara' on 24 September". 11 September 2007.