Choti Sarrdaarni (transl. Young Sarrdaarni) is an Indian Hindi language romantic drama television series produced by Cockcrow and Shaika Entertainment. It premiered on 1 July 2019 on Colors TV and ended on 10 June 2022 completing 810 episodes. It starred Nimrit Ahluwalia, Avinesh Rekhi and Mahir Pandhi.

Choti Sarrdaarni
Created byNitu Verma
Screenplay byRahul Pandey
Rajesh Chawla
Story byRanjeev Verma
Nitu Verma
Faizal Akhter
Pallavi Mehta
Directed byJaladh K. Sharma
Rajeev Srivastava
Creative directorPushpa Porwal


Richa Singh Gautam
StarringNimrit Kaur Ahluwalia
Avinesh Rekhi
Mahir Pandhi
Theme music composerNishant Raja
ComposerMonu Music India
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes810
ProducersRajesh Ram Singh
Pradeep Kumar
Piya Bajpayee
Shaika Parween
EditorsParesh Shah
Ayan Hashmi
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20–25 minutes
Production companiesCockcrow and Shaika Entertainment
Original release
NetworkColors TV
Release1 July 2019 (2019-07-01) –
10 June 2022 (2022-06-10)



Carefree and bubbly, Meher Kaur Dhillon falls in love with Manav Sharma and gets pregnant with his child. Meher's mother, Kulwant Kaur Dhillon, who is sarpanch of the village, refuses to accept financially unstable Manav and thus stabs him and throws him into a river. She forces Meher to marry Sarabjit Singh Gill, the widowed president of Amritsar, who also has a 5-year-old son, Param. To save her unborn child from Kulwant, Meher agrees to the marriage.

On the wedding night, Meher reveals her pregnancy to Sarab, who eventually accepts the child. Eventually, they fall in love and Meher treats Param like her own son. Sarab's sister, Harleen finds out the truth about Meher's pregnancy and pretends to accept it for Sarab. Meher gives birth to a son, Karanjit Singh Gill. Manav and Sarab’s half-sister, Aditi, come into Sarab and Meher’s life. Many trials and tribulations occur, including the fight over Karan’s custody, nonetheless, everything is sorted out in the end. Aditi and Manav fall in love and marry and Karan remains with Sarab and Meher. Later on, Meher is jailed for the allegation of murdering her brother Jagga and Sarab fails to save her.

5 years later


Meher has been bailed and resides in Kashmir with her daughter, Seher. Sarab, Karan and Param return to India from abroad and meet them unexpectedly. Later, it is revealed that the Gills' accountant, Tarkash killed Jagga to get some past revenge from Meher and gets jailed. Sarab reconciles with Meher, and also accepts Seher. He also unites Meher with her alive father, Trilochan Singh Dhillon, who Meher thought was dead for all these years. However sadly later, Sarab and Meher both die in a car accident.

16 years later


Param, Karan and Seher are grown up. Seher befriends Rajveer Singh Babbar, who immediately falls in love with her. However, Seher was already engaged to her lover, Kunal Malhotra, who is later killed by Rajveer's CM sister, Harshdeep. Finally, Seher and Rajveer marry and soon fall in love. Rajveer leaves Harshdeep upon knowing she killed Kunal, and moves to the Gill mansion. It is revealed that Seher's cousin, Khushi Bajwa loved Rajveer and also had a 4-year-old child named Prince whose real father is her friend Avinash Gupta. After Khushi leaves, Seher and Rajveer adopt Prince.

Kulwant reveals to Seher about her illegitimate granddaughter, Mannat Kaur who was left by her due to social fear. Grown up, she now lives in Dalhousie with her mother Harnoor, who later dies after revealing to Mannat about Dhillons. Seher decides to get Mannat back. Mannat comes across Dolly's grandson, Zorawar Singh Randhawa in Dalhousie, and then arrives in Attari to live with Gills and Dhillons, hiding her identity. Later, Kulwant finds Mannat's truth and reunites with her. Eventually, Seher and others too find that Mannat is Bittu and Harnoor's daughter.

Later, Zorawar and Mannat falls in love with each other. However, Kulwant decides to get Mannat married to Nirvair and Dolly decides to get Zorawar married to Scarlet. However, Kulwant later gives in to Mannat's demands and gets her married to Zorawar. The family comes together and clicks a family photo alongside the portrait of Sarab and Meher while Choti Sarrdaarni comes to an end.




  • Nimrit Ahluwalia as
    • Meher Kaur Dhillon Gill – Kulwant and Trilochan's daughter; Jagga, Bittu and Rana's sister; Manav's former love interest; Sarab's second wife; Karan and Seher's mother; Param's step-mother; Prince's adoptive grandmother. (2019–2021) (Dead)
    • Seher Kaur Gill Babbar – Meher and Sarab's daughter; Param and Karan's half-sister; Khushi, Yuvi, Kiara, Zorawar, Mannat, Gullu and Cherry's cousin; Kunal's ex-fiancée; Rajveer's wife; Prince's adoptive mother. (2021–2022)
      • Kevina Tak as Child Seher Kaur Gill (2021)
  • Avinesh Rekhi as Sarabjeet "Sarab" Singh Gill – Smriti and Sukhwinder's son; Harleen's brother; Aditi's half-brother; Inderpal's cousin; Simran's widower; Meher's husband; Param and Seher's father; Karan's step-father; Prince's adoptive grandfather. (2019–2021) (Dead)
  • Mahir Pandhi as Rajveer "Raj" Singh Babbar – Devender's son; Harshdeep's brother; Seher's husband; Prince's adoptive father. (2021–2022)
  • Amandeep Sidhu as Mannat Kaur Dhillon Randhawa – Bittu and Harnoor's daughter; Jeeto's step-daughter; Gullu's half-sister; Yuvi, Karan, Seher and Cherry's cousin; Param's step-cousin; Zorawar's wife. (2022)
    • Zara Khan as Child Mannat Kaur Dhillon (2022)
  • Gaurav Bajaj as Zorawar "Zorro" Singh Randhawa – Simrat and Inderpal's son; Kiara's brother; Khushi, Param and Seher's cousin; Karan's step-cousin; Mannat's husband. (2022)
    • Vihaan Thakkar as Child Zorawar Singh Randhawa (2022)


  • Anita Raj as Kulwant Kaur Dhillon – Trilochan's wife; Jagga, Bittu, Ranna and Meher's mother; Yuvi, Karan, Seher, Mannat, Gullu and Cherry's grandmother; Param's step-grandmother; Prince's adoptive great-grandmother. (2019–2022)
  • Shehzada Dhami / Vineet Raina / Hitanshu Jinsi as Paramjeet "Param" Singh Gill – Sarab and Simran's son; Meher's step-son; Seher's half-brother; Karan's step-brother; Khushi, Kiara and Zorawar's cousin; Yuvi, Mannat, Gullu and Cherry's step-cousin; Devika's ex-fiancé. (2021) / (2021–2022) / (2022)
    • Aekam Binjwe as Teenage Param Singh Gill (2021)
    • Kevina Tak as Child Param Singh Gill (2019–2021)
  • Adhik Mehta as Karanjeet "Karan" Singh Gill – Meher and Manav's son; Sarab's step-son; Seher's half-brother; Param's step-brother; Yuvi, Mannat, Gullu and Cherry's cousin; Khushi, Kiara and Zorawar's step-cousin. (2021-2022)
    • Gaurika Sharma as Child Karan Singh Gill (2021)
    • Aayat Khan as Baby Karan Singh Gill (2020–2021)
  • Varun Toorkey as Kunal Malhotra – Seher's ex-fiancé (2021) (Dead)
  • Apara Mehta as Manmita Chaddha – Seher, Karan and Param's caretaker; Tricky's grandmother (2021)
  • Prince Rochlani as Tricky Chaddha – Manmita's grandson; Param, Karan and Seher's brother-figure (2021)
  • Mansi Sharma / Simran Sachdeva as Harleen Kaur Gill Bajwa – Smriti and Sukhwinder's daughter; Sarab's sister; Aditi's half-sister; Inderpal's cousin; Robbie's wife; Khushi's mother; Prince's grandmother (2019; 2021–2022) / (2019–2021)
  • Krishna Soni as Rubinder "Robbie" Bajwa – Vidita's son; Ginni's brother; Harleen's husband; Khushi's father; Prince's grandfather (2019–2022)
  • Sheetal Ranjankar / Jazz Sodhi as Khushi Bajwa – Harleen and Robbie's daughter; Kiara, Zorawar, Param, Seher and Cherry's cousin; Karan's step-cousin; Avinash's former lover; Prince's mother (2022)
    • Hanshika Rajput as Child Khushi Bajwa (2019–2021)
  • Het Patel / Laksh Pravin Jain / Ravya Sadhwani as Diljit "Prince" Singh Babbar – Khushi and Avinash's son; Seher and Rajveer's adopted son (2022)
  • Arjun Singh Shekhawat as Avinash Gupta – Khushi's best friend and lover; Prince's father (2022)
  • Hitesh Bharadwaj as Manav Sharma / Fake Vikram Diwan – Surya and Seema's foster son; Meher's former love interest; Aditi's husband; Karan's father. (2019–2021)
  • Drishti Garewal as Dr. Aditi Kaur Gill Sharma – Sukhwinder's daughter; Harleen and Sarab's half-sister; Manav's wife. (2020–2021)
  • Astha Agarwal as Kiara Kaur Randhawa – Simrat and Inderpal's daughter; Zorawar's sister; Khushi, Param and Seher's cousin; Karan's step-cousin. (2022)
  • Dolly Minhas as Daljeet "Dolly" Shregill Randhawa – Jolly and Smriti's sister; Inderpal's mother; Kiara and Zorawar's grandmother (2019–2022)
  • Karan Mehat as Inderpal Singh Randhawa – Dolly's son; Simrat's husband; Harleen and Sarab's cousin; Kiara and Zorawar's father (2022)
  • Harleen Kaur Rekhi as Simrat Kaur Randhawa – Inderpal's wife; Kiara and Zorawar's mother (2022)
  • Amal Sehrawat as Jagjit "Jagga" Singh Dhillon – Kulwant and Trilochan's eldest son; Bittu, Ranna and Meher's brother; Amrita's husband; Yuvi's father (2019–2021) (Dead)
  • Abhilasha Jakhar as Amrita Kaur Dhillon – Jagga's widow; Yuvi's mother (2019–2021) (Dead)
  • Ravi Chhabra as Yuvraj "Yuvi" Singh Dhillon – Amrita and Jagga's son; Karan, Seher, Mannat, Gullu and Cherry's cousin; Param's step-cousin (2021)
    • Dhan Tejas as Teenage Yuvi Singh Dhillon (2021)
    • Advit Sood as Child Yuvi Singh Dhillon (2019–2021)
  • Abhishek Jangra as Baljeet "Bittu" Singh Dhillon – Kulwant and Trilochan's second son; Jagga, Ranna and Meher's brother; Harnoor's former lover; Jeeto's husband; Mannat and Gullu's father (2019–2022)
  • Yuvleen Kaur as Jeevani "Jeeto" Kaur Dhillon – Bittu's wife; Gullu's mother; Mannat's step-mother (2019–2022)
  • Raanav Sharma as Gulzar "Gullu" Singh Dhillon – Jeeto and Bittu's son; Mannat's half-brother; Yuvi, Karan, Seher and Cherry's cousin (2021–2022)
  • Abhianshu Vohra as Ranbir "Ranna" Singh Dhillon – Kulwant and Trilochan's youngest son; Jagga, Bittu and Meher's brother; Ginni's husband; Cherry's father (2019–2022)[1]
  • Jinal Jain / Geetika Mehandru as Ginni Bajwa Kaur Dhillon – Vidita's daughter; Robbie's sister; Ranna's wife; Cherry's mother (2019–2022) [2]
  • Ravya Sadhwani as Cherry Kaur Dhillon – Ginni and Ranna's daughter; Khushi, Yuvi, Karan, Seher, Mannat and Gullu's cousin (2021–2022)
  • Mandeep Bamra / Acherr Bharadwaj as Nikhil Deol – Anurita's brother; Rajveer's friend (2021)
  • Neha Rana as Anurita – Nikhil's sister; Param and Karan's love interest (2021)
  • Aryan Arora as Gagandeep "Gagan" Jamwal – Seher's best friend (2021)
  • Vibha Chibber as Harshdeep Kaur Babbar Gadgill – Devender's daughter; Rajveer's sister; Kulbir's wife (2021)
  • Sanjay Mangnani as Bobby Verma – Harshdeep's employee; Dimpy's husband (2021)
  • Heena Soni as Dimple "Dimpy" Verma – Harshdeep's employee; Bobby's wife (2021)
  • Mamta Luthra / Alka Badola Kaushal as Rimple Kaur Babbar – Balwinder's wife (2021)
  • Raju Pandit as Balwinder Singh Babbar – Devender's brother; Rimple's husband (2021)
  • Piya Valecha as Dr. Gayatri Sahni – Seher and Rajveer's doctor (2021)
  • Puja Sharma as Nimrat "Nimmi" Bhullar – Seher's friend (2021)
  • Dimple Bagroy as Gillori – The lady who mistreated orphanage kids (2021)
  • Ayesha Singh as Malani Gandhi – Air hostess (2021)
  • Rutuja Sawant as Devika / Malaika – Param's ex-fiancée (2022)
  • Alika Nair / Anjali Gupta as Harnoor Sandhu – Bittu's former lover; Mannat's mother (2022) (Dead)
  • Jassi Kapoor as Inspector Gunwant "GST" Singh Tawde: Mannat's friend (2022)
  • Rishikesh Ingley as Akhil Arora: Zorawar's manager (2022)
  • Irina Rudakova as Scarlet: Zorawar's ex-fiancee (2022)
  • Neha Narang as Preeti (2019)
  • Puneet Issar as Beant Singh Gill – Sukhwinder's brother; Amrit's husband (2021)
  • Rinku Dhawan as Amrit Kaur Gill – Beant's wife (2021)
  • Abhishek Rawat as Shekhar Ram Kaul – Meher and Seher's landlord in Kashmir (2021)
  • Shivangi Verma as Samaira Sethi – Sarab's colleague (2021)
  • Ramnitu Chaudhery as Saloni Majumdar – Sarab's college friend (2021)
  • Neelu Kohli as Vidita Bajwa – Robbie and Ginni's mother; Khushi and Cherry's grandmother; Prince's great-grandmother (2020)
  • Kaushal Kapoor as Surya Diwan – Seema's husband; Vikram's father; Manav's foster father (2020) (Dead)
  • Vishavpreet Kaur as Seema Diwan – Surya's wife; Vikram's mother; Manav's foster mother (2020)
  • Ranjeev Verma as Jolly Shergill – Dolly and Smriti's brother (2019)
  • Avtar Gill as Avtaar Kohli – Neerja's husband; Simran's father; Param's grandfather (2019)
  • Vineeta Malik as Neerja Kohli – Avtaar's wife; Simran's mother; Param's grandmother (2019)
  • Shivendraa Om Saainiyol as Tarkash – Gill family accountant; Arati's husband; Ritu's father; Jagga's murderer (2019–2021)
  • Bhavini Gandhi as Arati – Tarkash's wife; Ritu's mother (2020–2021)
  • Krisha Pandirkar as Ritu – Tarkash and Arati's daughter; Param and Yuvi's friend (2020–2021)
  • Delnaaz Irani as Kristan Martha – Meher and Sarab's boss in Serbia (2020)
  • Shivani Gosain as Vijeyta Malik – Income tax officer (2019)
  • Jai Vats as Dr. Surinder Sodhi (2020)
  • Ahmad Harhash as Sameer Arora (2019)
  • Mala Salariya as Dr. Sanjana Shinde (2020)
  • Prakhar Shukla as Blackmailer (2020)
  • Ram Yashvardhan as Police Inspector Rajan Chautala – Sandhya's enemy who framed Meher (2021)
  • Kratika Sengar as Sandhya Shastri – Meher's friend; Sameer's wife; Param, Karan and Seher's guardian (2021)
  • Ankit Gera as Sameer Shastri – Sandhya's husband (2021)

Special appearances

  • Unknown as Simran Kohli Kaur Gill – Neerja and Avtaar's daughter; Sarab's first wife; Param's mother (2019) (Dead)
  • Shefali Rana as Shekhar Kaul's mother (2021)[3]
  • Unknown as Trilochan Singh Dhillon: Kulwant's husband; Jagga, Meher, Bittu and Ranna's father; Yuvi, Karan, Seher, Mannat, Gullu and Cherry's grandfather; Param's step-grandfather; Prince's adoptive great-grandfather. (2021)
  • Prakash Ramchandani as Kuljeet Singh Gadgill: Harshdeep's husband (2021)
  • Arpita Pandey as Sukhpreet "Sukhi" Kaur Grewal: Nimmi's friend (2021)
  • Unknown as Pushpa Rathore: Jaswant's wife; Ajit's mother; Devika's fake mother (2022)
  • Ajay Dutt as Jaswant Rathore: Pushpa's husband; Ajit's father; Devika's fake father (2022)
  • Shubh Karaan as Ajit Rathore: Pushpa and Jaswant's son; Devika's fake brother (2022)
  • Unknown as Kavita Rajput: Blood donor (2022)
  • Unknown as Kavita's husband (2022)
  • Sudesh Berry as Guruji (2022)
  • Unknown as Sandhu's father (2020)
  • Lokesh Batta as
    • Mr. Sandhu: Ginni's ex-fiance (2020)
    • Nirvair Singh Brar: Mannat's ex-fiance (2022)
  • Unknown as Nirvair's father (2022)







Based in Amritsar, Punjab, the series is mainly filmed in Mumbai.[6] In November 2019, the honeymoon sequence was filmed in Serbia.[7]

On 12 September 2019, the filming was held for three hours due to the fight by the workers’ union and Allied Mazdoor Union with producers owing to due in payments.[8]



In February 2021, the show took a 5 years leap and female child artist Kevina Tak, who played as Param, roped to play as Meher and Sarab's daughter, Seher. Child artists Aekam Binjwe, Gaurika Sharma and Dhan Tejas entered to play as Param, Karan and Yuvi after leap.

In July 2021, it was announced that the show would take a leap of 16 years and Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia will play the role of her daughter Seher. It was officially confirmed with the release of the promo showing the 16 year leap with new characters Mahir Pandhi and Varun Toorkey, whereas the exit of Avinesh Rekhi, Anita Raj and other supporting actors.[9] Actors Shehzada Dhami and Adhik Mehta roped to play as adult Param and Karan.[10] However, Anita Raj and Mansi Sharma returned as Kulwant Kaur and Harleen Gill in late 2021 and then few more supporting actors came back in January/February 2022.[clarification needed]

In December 2021, Shehzada Dhami quit the show and Vineet Raina replaces him.[11][12] In February 2022, Raina too quit and was replaced by Hitanshu Jinsi.[13]

In March 2022, it was announced that Nimrit Ahluwalia is leaving the show due to her health issues and Mahir Pandhi is leaving too.[14] Amandeep Sidhu announced to play the role of Mannat Kaur[15] and Dishank Arora, Salman Shaikh was approached to play Zoravar Singh, new male lead of the show, but Gaurav S Bajaj replaced them. In late March 2022, it was announced that Hitanshu Jinsi is quitting the show.[16]



The production and airing of the show was halted indefinitely in late March 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak.[17] The filming resumed after three months and the show started airing again on 13 July 2020.[18][19] During the break, the main actors Rekhi, Ahluwalia and Tak shot a few episodes from their homes during the nationwide lockdown which streamed under Lockdown Special Episodes on Colors TV's official digital platform Voot.[20]

The production was halted for few days from 1 September 2020 after Krishna Soni tested positive for coronavirus.[21]



In early May 2022, it was announced that Choti Sarrdaarni will telecast its last episode on 27 May 2022 but it didn't. Then on 10 June 2022, it telecasted its last episode.[citation needed]



Critical response


The initial promo based on Gurudwara background of the series created disappointment between the Sikhs and a complaint protesting it was written to the channel by All India Sikh Students Federation as they considered some portrayal hurting their sentiments.



In week 41 of 2020, it became the fourth most watched Hindi show in urban with 5.281 million impressions.[22]


Language Title Original release Network(s) Last aired Notes
Tamil Uyire
2 January 2020 Colors Tamil 27 March 2021 Remake
Kannada Hoo Male
16 November 2020 Colors Kannada 16 October 2021



In December 2019, Choti Sarrdaarni and Vidya had a crossover while Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha and Sai Manjrekar appeared to promote their upcoming film Dabangg 3.[23]


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