Baal Veer is an Indian fantasy television series. It premiered on 8 October 2012 on SAB TV, and stars Dev Joshi in the titular lead role. It is produced by Optimystix Entertainment with screenplay by Rohit Malhotra.
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|Written by||Amit Senchoudhary|
|Screenplay by||Rohit Malhotra|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of episodes||1111|
|Executive producer||Rajan Singh|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Production company||Optimystix Entertainment|
|Distributor||Sony Pictures Networks India|
|Original network||SAB TV|
|Audio format||Dolby Digital|
|Original release||8 October 2012 –|
4 November 2016
|Followed by||Baalveer Returns|
The show aired for 1111 episodes and went off air on 4 November 2016. The show is being aired on Sony SAB's sister channel, Sony PAL since 2015 at 6 pm IST. Baalveer Returns, a sequel, starring Dev Joshi again, this time along with Vansh Sayani, premiered on 10 September 2019.
The story revolves around a boy, Baal Veer, who is adopted by the fairies and who is blessed with the powers of 7 fairies. Gaal Pari (Cheek Fairy), Vijhdar Pari (Electric Fairy), Baal Pari (Tress Fairy), Atkaati Pari (Obstacle Fairy), Aarpar Pari (Across Fairy), Bhatkati Pari (Diverting Fairy), Natkhat Pari (Naughty Fairy) and Rani Pari (Queen Fairy). They give magical powers to Baal Veer to help them fight an evil fairy Bhayankar Pari (Frightening Fairy), who wants to become the queen of Pari Lok (Fairy Realm). Years ago, Maa Pari (Mother Fairy, the creator of Pari Lok) gave Pari Lok's (Fairy Realm's) throne to Bahuroopi Pari (Disguise Fairy) instead of Bhayankar Pari, who, at that time was Bhali Pari (Good Fairy), so she returns to take revenge from Maa Pari and Rani Pari. Baal Veer is sent to Earth to help children and save the Earth from Bhayankar Pari and the wrath of other cunning and cruel, evil fairies. Baal Veer stays with the Dagli family on Earth as Ballu. The family has seven members who never lie, even at the time of difficult circumstances, including Manav and Meher. They too receive powers from Rani Pari and were made Baal Mitra and Baal Sakhi respectively, to help Baal Veer in his quests and adventures to fight evil powers and restore peace and righteousness everywhere.
- Dev Joshi as Baal Veer. He takes up the name Ballu Dagli, while living on the Earth at Manav and Meher's house. (2012–2016)
- Sudeepa Singh as New Rani Pari. She becomes the new queen of Pari Lok after the previous Rani Pari gets killed by Bhayankar Pari. (2014–2016)
- Anushka Sen as Meher Dagli. She becomes Baal Sakhi (Children's Friend) after she receives powers from all the fairies of the Pari Lok and helps Baal Veer in his adventures. (2012–2016)
- Rudra Soni as Manav Dagli. He becomes Baal Mitra (Children's Friend) after he receives powers from all the fairies of the Pari Lok and helps Baal Veer in his adventures. (2012–2016)
- Sharmilee Raj as Baal Pari (Tress Fairy). She is the adoptive mother of Baal Veer and an experienced fairy in Pari Lok. She possesses the power of tresses and curls. (2012–2016)
- Nigaar Khan as Prachandika (Extreme Fairy). She is an evil fairy who comes to avenge Baal Veer but eventually gets defeated and killed. (2016)
- Karishma Tanna/Shruti Seth as Bahuroopi Pari (Disguise Fairy). She was chosen as the Rani Pari and ruled over Pari Lok. She gets killed by Bhayankar Pari (Frightening Fairy). (2012–2013, 2013)
- Shama Sikander/Shweta Kawatra as Bhayankar Pari (Frightening Fairy). She was Bhali Pari (Good Fairy) but due to vengeance towards the fairies and Maa Pari after she wasn't given the throne, she went to Bhayanak Lok (Frightening Realm). She wanted to avenge Baal Veer for her defeat but gets killed by Baal Veer. (2012–2014, 2014–2015)
- Purvesh Pimple as Montu Lakhani; a naughty boy who always troubled Manav, Meher and other children in the school. (2012–2016)
- Aashka Goradia as Mahavinashini (Mega Destroyer Fairy). She was an evil fairy who created by the 5 elements of nature - Air, Water, Earth, Fire and Sky. She was also defeated and killed by Baal Veer.(2015–2016)
- Gazala Selmin as Shaatir Pari (Cunning Fairy). She was an accomplice fairy of Mahavinashini and Prachandika who advised both of them on the strategies to defeat Baal Veer and the fairies. (2015–2016)
- Reshmi Ghosh as Daityani (Demon Fairy). An evil fairy who was sleeping for ages due to a magic of the fairies but eventually rose up to avenge them. She was killed by Mahavinashini. (2015)
- Shridhar Watsar as
- Dooba Dooba 1; the General of all the other dwarfs recruited for security of the fairies in Pari Lok and the best friend of Baal Veer. (2012–2016)
- Tauba Tauba; a sidekick of all the evil fairies. (2012–2016)
- Chocolate Uncle/Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday (2013, 2014)
- Bagi Chacha (Uncle of Gardens) (2012-2016)
- Dant Gupt; Tooth Fairy's assistant (2014)
- Arishfa Khan as
- Minty; Montu's Cousin (2013)
- Tooth Fairy (Dant Pari) (2014)
- Monica Gehi; a student at Manav and Meher's school. She was considered as the most beautiful girl in the school and all the boys loved her. (2016)
- Amita Choksi as Smita Dagli, Manav-Meher's mother (2012–2016)
- Abhay Harpade as Mahesh Dagli, Manav-Meher's father (2012–2016)
- Kanha Shashikant Sharma as Rohit; a friend and sidekick of Montu who helped him in troubling children. (2012–2016)
- Keval Vora as Keval; a friend and sidekick of Montu who helped him in troubling children. (2012–2015)
- Raashul Tandon as Rocky Dagli, Manav, Meher and Ballu's uncle who loved playing like a child. (2012–2016)
- Alpana Buch as Daadi (2012–2015)
- Shruti Bisht as Saloni, Manav-Meher's friend (2014–2016)
- Rukhsar Rehman as Maa Pari (Fairy-mother); the creator and former ruler of Pari Lok. She gave her throne to Bahuroopi Pari. (Ep. 3) (2012)
- Aditi Sajwan as Natkhat Pari (Naughty Fairy); a unique fairy with power to make anything and change her size. She guided Baal Veer throughout his journey to fight the evil. (2012–2014)
- Charu Asopa as Atkaati Pari (Obstacle Fairy); a fairy in Pari Lok who had the power of creating obstacles in the way of doing anything. (2012–2015)
- Manisha Thakkar as Bhatkati Pari (Diverting Fairy); a fairy in Pari Lok who had the power of diverting things and making illusions to confuse anyone. (2012–2016)
- Dimple Kava as Aarpaar Pari (Across Fairy); a fairy in Pari Lok who had the power of going through anything. (2013–16)
- Lavina Tandon/Neha Navrang/Suman Gupta as Gaal Pari (Cheek Fairy); a fairy in Pari Lok who had the power of blowing huge balloons, each of them having unique qualities. (2012–14, 2014, 2015–2016)
- Roop Durgapal/Sameeksha Sud as Dari Pari (Scared Fairy); a fairy in Pari Lok who was always scared but also had the power to frighten others. (2012, 2013–16)
- Samiksha Bhatnagar/Minal Mogam as Vijdhar Pari (Electric Fairy); a fairy in Pari Lok who had the power of electricity. (2012–2013, 2013–2016)
- Pallavi Dutt as Naraz Pari (Unhappy Fairy); a fairy in Pari Lok who initially was jealous of the other fairies and helped Bhayankar Pari but later regretted her mistake took the path of righteousness and helped the other fairies defeat evil. (2012–2015)
- Meghna Nikade as Chakravyuh Pari (Labyrinth Fairy); a fairy who had the power of creating mazes and labyrinths and helped Bhayankar Pari in her attempts to defeat Baal Veer. (2015)
- Navina Bole as Nukeeli/Kateeli Pari (Needle/Cutting Fairy); the fairy twins who had the powers of pricking like a needle and cutting like a scissor respectively. They helped Bhayankar Pari in her efforts to defeat Baal Veer. (2015)
- Tiya Gandwani as Patanga Pari (Kite Fairy); an evil fairy who possessed the power of flying like a kite. (2015)
- Swati Verma as Kakli Daayan; a witch who wanted to become young by killing children. (2015)
- Priyanka Sharma as Sarangi Pari (Color Fairy); an evil fairy who possessed the power of making colors which had different kinds of qualities. (2015)
- Shweta Tiwari as Mahabhasm Pari (Ash Fairy); an evil fairy who possessed the power of converting anything into ashes. She was earlier Manbadal Pari (Mind-changing Fairy) who had the power to change anybody's mindset. (2014)
- Namit Shah as Jaiveer (2014)
- Sugandha Mishra as Chhal Pari (Trickery Fairy); an evil fairy who had the power to trick anyone and singing beautifully. She helped Bhayankar Pari to defeat Baal Veer. (2013–2014)
- Deepshikha Nagpal as Bawandar Pari (Typhoon Fairy); an evil fairy who had the power to create typhoons and whirlwinds. She also helped Bhayankar Pari to defeat Baal Veer. (2013)
- Akshay Sethi as Mogambo Gomango (2014)
- Kunal Bakshi as Hubahu (2015)
- Rajesh Khera as Gurudev (2016)
- Vaishali Thakkar as Honey Bua (2015)
- Monaz Mevawala as Bhraman Pari; an evil fairy who returned to avenge Baal Pari for defeating her. Later, she got killed by the fairies. (2014)
- Arsheen Naamdar as Chahya Pari (Shadow Fairy); an evil fairy who possessed the qualities of a shadow. She helped Mahabhasm Pari to defeat Baal Veer. (2014)
- Rashmi Singh as Taraz Pari (Shattering Fairy); a fairy in Pari Lok who possessed the quality of breaking things. She was earlier the friend of Naraz Pari and helped Bhayankar Pari but later reconciled. (2012–2013)
- Dilip Shah as Goba-Goba (2013–2014)
- Geetanjali as Jwala (2014)
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