Bawara Dil (transl. "Crazy heart") is an Indian Hindi-language television drama series that aired on Colors TV. It stars Aditya Redij and Kinjal Dhamecha,[1] and is the remake of the Marathi TV Series Jeev Zala Yeda Pisa. It premiered on 22 February 2021[2][3] and ended on 20 August 2021; it was replaced by Thoda sa Baadal Thoda sa Paani.

Bawara Dil
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GenreDrama
Romance
Created byNikhil Sheth
Written byChinmay Mandlekar
Story byChinmay Mandlekar
Dialogues
Anil Deshmukh
Directed byRandip Shantaram Mahadik
Creative directorSaurabh Arora
StarringAditya Redij
Kinjal Dhamecha
Narrated bySalman Khan
Theme music composerA.V. Prafullachandra
Opening themeBawara Dil theme
ComposerVijay Gawande
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes198
Production
Executive producerVishal Upasani
ProducersNikhil Sheth (2021)
Saurabh Tewari (2021)
Production locationMumbai
CinematographyAnil Katke
Mangesh Mahadik
EditorsRam Naidu
Vishal Mhatre
Pankaj M Singh
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22 minutes
Production companiesHappy High Creations (2021)
Parin Multimedia (2021)
DistributorViacom18
Release
Original networkColors TV
Picture format
Audio formatDigital television
Original release15 January (2021-01-15) –
30 September 2021 (2021-09-30)
Chronology
RelatedJeev Zala Yeda Pisa

Timeslot : 10:30PM

The Show was swapped with Pinjra Khoobsurati Ka getting it’s 10:30PM slot and Bawra Dil was shifted to 9:30PM slot.

Bawra Dil replaced the 14th Season of Bigg Boss.

PremiseEdit

In the Sangli district, a kind-hearted but uneducated man named Shiva and a righteous, educated and simple girl named Siddhi are forced by a local politician into a marriage.

CastEdit

MainEdit

  • Aditya Redij as Shiva Lashkare: Mangala and Yashwant's son, Sonal's brother, Siddhi's husband, Ishwar and Malini's son-in-law.[4] He works for the local politician, Akka Bai.
  • Kinjal Dhamecha as Siddhi Lashkare/Gokarna: Malini and Ishwar's daughter, Sagar's sister, Shiva's wife, Yaahwant and Mangal's daughter-in-law.[5]

RecurringEdit

  • Sumukhi Pendse as Chandrakanta Sarnaik aka Akka Bai– Sarkar's mother, head of the political party . She is a clever woman who is a mastermind in the field of politics. Shiva works under her .
  • Sharad Ponkshe as Ishwar Gokarna – Malini's husband, Siddhi and Sagar's father, Shiva's father-in-law(2021. He is a teacher and is the most educated and reputed person of Rudrayat who is immensely respected by everyone. He has a very strong connection with his daughter,

Siddhi.

  • Mrunal Deshpande as Malini Gokarna – Ishwar's wife, Siddhi and Sagar's mother, Shiva's mother-in-law. She is a housewife and a very spiritual woman who always scolds Siddhi to perform house chores.
  • Siddhesh Prabhakar as Sagar Gokarna– Ishwar and Malini's son, Siddhi's brother, Shiva's brother-in-law. He is a greedy person who is fantasised by Akka Bai's wealth and political power and wants to work with her.
  • Rudra Kaushik as Ashish aka Aashu – Siddhi's friend .
  • Akansha Sakharkar as Akshita – Siddhi's friend . She is a close friend of Siddhi and her fiance Gaurav. She attends all the pre-wedding ceremonies at Siddhi's house.
  • Dharyashil Gholap as Sarkar Deshmane – Akka Bai's son, Sonal's fiance . He is the spoiled child of Akka Bai and is a drug addicted person who always has bad intentions towards women.
  • Vihan Verma as Vinay – Siddhi's friend
  • Neeraj Goswami as Gaurav Inamdaar– Siddhi's fiance. He is the former fiance of Siddhi before her marriage to Shiva. They both had been dating each other for a few years.
  • Kiran Karmarkar as Yashwant Lashkare– Shiva and Sonal's father, Mangal's husband, Siddhi's father-in-law. He is a government official and a man of ethics. He always opposed Shiva's work for Akka Bai and her political party and always made him realise that his money has been earned from wrong deeds. He has a strong bond of father-daughter with Siddhi and he always appreciates her.
  • Ruchi Tripathi as Sonal Lashkare aka Soni– Mangal and Yashwant's daughter, Shiva's sister, Siddhi's sister-in-law. She is a young, beautiful and cheerful girl who is loved by everyone in the family. She wants Shiva and Siddhi to be together forever with their whole heart. She is an average student studying in a college.
  • Smita Saravade as Mangal Lashkare– Shiva and Sonal's mother, Yashwant's wife, Siddhi's mother-in-law. She's a clever, greedy woman enjoying a comfortable life with Shiva's money. She initially hates Siddhi extremely and tries her best to throw her out of her house.
  • Mayur Khandge as Vilas Lashkare– Vijaya's husband, Yashwant's brother, Mangal's brother-in-law, Shiva and Sonal's paternal uncle, Bunty-Bablu's father. He is the partner-in-crime of Mangal. They both hate Siddhi initially and plot and execute different plans together, in order to drag Siddhi out of their house.
  • Vibhawari Pradhan as Vijaya Lashkare– Shiva and Sonal's paternal aunt, Vilas' wife, Bunty-Bablu's mother . She is a kind-hearted, sweet and simple woman. She is a housewife and cooks delicious food. All the children in house have a strong bond with her due to her loving and caring nature.
  • Dinesh Vadhya as Bunty– Vilas and Vijaya's son, Bablu's brother, Shiva and Sonal's paternal cousin brother, Siddhi's brother-in-law.
  • Gandhar Kharpudikar as Bablu– Vilas and Vijaya's son, Bunty's brother, Shiva and Sonal's paternal cousin brother, Siddhi's brother-in-law.
  • Tushar Phulke as Bhave– Akka Bai's personal secretary.
  • Radha Sagar as Soumya– The girl who was harassed by Sarkar in public but was saved by Shiva.
  • Abhidnya Bhave as Jhanvi– Shiva's former lover who left him 5 years ago and married some other guy for his wealth.
  • Sandeep Kumaar as Kiran– Sonal's teacher.
  • Chitragupta Sinha as Old Man (Tempo Driver), (Episode 30, "Shiva Siddhi face a challenge")

ProductionEdit

Bawara Dil's first episode was narrated by Salman Khan.[6] The show's broadcast time slot was swapped with Pinjara Khubsurti Ka from 1 July 2021.

AdaptationsEdit

Language

Title

Original release

Network(s)

Last aired

Notes

Marathi Jeev Zala Yeda Pisa
जीव झाला येडापिसा
1 April 2019 Colors Marathi 3 April 2021 Original
Tamil Idhayathai Thirudathe
இதயத்தை திருடாதே
14 February 2020 Colors Tamil 3 June 2022 Remake
Kannada Ginirama
ಗಿಣಿರಾಮ
17 August 2020 Colors Kannada Ongoing
Hindi Bawara Dil
बावरा दिल
22 February 2021 Colors TV 20 August 2021
Bengali Mon Mane Na
মন মানে না
30 August 2021 Colors Bangla 5 June 2022

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "What Drew TV Star Aditya Redij To 'Bawara Dil'". 23 January 2021. Retrieved 24 January 2021.
  2. ^ "'Bawara Dil' to replace 'Bigg Boss 14' on Colors". BizAsia. 11 February 2021. Archived from the original on 12 February 2021. Retrieved 18 February 2021.
  3. ^ "Colors TV's new fiction show 'Bawara Dil' premieres on February 22 - Exchange4media". Indian Advertising Media & Marketing News – exchange4media. Retrieved 22 February 2021.
  4. ^ "Aditya Redij to be seen on Colors TV new show 'Bawara Dil'". ABP Live. 17 January 2021. Retrieved 20 January 2021.
  5. ^ "Kinjal Dhamecha: I don't want to be a selfish actor - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 18 February 2021.
  6. ^ "Salman Khan lends his voice for upcoming show Bawara Dil". Tribuneindia News Service. 22 February 2021. Retrieved 22 February 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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