Badalte Rishton Ki Dastaan
Badalte Rishton Ki Dastaan is an Indian television drama series which premiered on 18 March 2013 on Zee TV.The series in the country Iran with named رابطه ها to the January 9 to 14 July 2015 20:00 night was broadcast networks GEM Bollywood... The series is a Hindi version of Zee Bangla's show Khela, and is produced by Ravi Ojha. The show was first aired on 18 March 2013.
|Badalte Rishton Ki Dastaan|
Logo image of Badalte Rishton Ki Dastaan.
|Written by||Mitali Bhattacharya |
|Directed by||Rakesh Kumar|
|Creative director||Saket Kumar|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||74|
|Executive producer||Puneet Singh & Anand Jain|
|Producer||Mitali Bhattacharya & Ravi Ojha|
|Production locations||New Delhi & Dharamshala|
|Running time||Approx. 24 minutes|
|Production company||Ravi Ojha Productions|
|Original network||Zee TV|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV) & (SDTV)|
|Original release||18 March –|
28 June 2013
Badalte Rishton Ki Dastaan translates to "a tale of fickle relationships". It is the story of relationships and the fight against patriarchal society. The majority of the series occurs within the spacious Asthana family home. Balraj Asthana, as the patriarch of the family, believes he can control the behavior of those in the house. However, each member of the family carries several secrets that they hide from each other.
Balraj's elder brother, Kailash, died mysteriously years earlier. His widow, Aloka, and their three children live in the house: Akhil, Agasthya, and Deepika. Akhil is a dutiful officer of the law, whose wife Shyama also carries secrets. Together they have a daughter, Rimi.
Balraj, as well, is presented as a widower. He has three living children. The three daughters are Pallavi, Nupur, and Anuja. Pallavi defied her father's wishes and married a writer named Niranjan. He often seems to have a soft heart and soft mind, but a deep and clever character lies beneath.
Aniruddh Asthana married Nandini, whose father formerly owned the house in which the Asthana family now lives. Balraj deeply loved his son, but was infuriated that the marriage had not yet produced any children.
Holding the house together is Beeji. She was taken in by the Asthana family when Balraj and Kailash were still children, and promised their family that she would take care of them. When Balraj's wife Uma never returned from hospital, Beeji raised the children as her own.
The family is thrown into mourning when Ani suddenly dies in a tragic car accident. Shortly thereafter, his lover Meera arrives at the Asthana house, unaware that Ani was married.
When Balraj discovers that Meera is pregnant with Ani's child, he concocts a scheme to ensure that an heir is produced to inherit Balraj's estate. As the series progresses, it is revealed that Meera's family is intertwined with the Asthanas in ways that could reveal Balraj's deepest secrets.
- Additi Gupta - Nandini Tiwari / Asthana / Kashyap-Anirudh’s wife.
- Sanjeeda Sheikh - Meera Khandpal-Anuridh’s lover and his child’s mother.
- Bhaumik Sampat - Dr. Neel
- Kiran Karmarkar - Balraj Asthana-Anuridh’s father.
- Abhinav Shukla - Aniruddh Balraj Asthana / Ani-Nandini’s husband and Meera’s lover. (Dead)
- Tanushree Kaushal - Aloka Kailash Asthana / Taiji / Ammaji
- Namrata Thapa - Pallavi
- Richa Soni- Shyama Akhil Asthana / Bijli
- Mona Ambegaonkar - Beeji-Anuridh’s mother.
- Chaitanya Choudhury - Akhil Kailash Asthana-Anuridh’s step brother and Agasthya’s elder brother.
- Abhaas Mehta - Agasthya Kailash Asthana-Anuridh’s step brother and Agasthya’s younger brother.
- Rishi Khurana - Niranjan
- Shalu Shreya - Anuja
- Ragini Khanna as Ragini
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- "Rajeev Kumar & Shraddha Jaiswal in Gustakh Ishq". The Times of India. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
After launching star studded daily Badalte Rishton Ki Dastaan on Zee TV..
- "The new showstealers". The Times of India. 27 April 2013. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
- "Badalte Rishton.. shifted to late night slot". DNA India. 16 May 2013. Retrieved 18 May 2013.