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Ishq Ka Rang Safed (English: White Is The Color Of Love) is an Indian television drama series that premiered on 10 August 2015 on Colors TV and ended its run on 26 August 2016.

Ishq Ka Rang Safed
GenreDrama
Created by
  • Rupali Guha
  • Susmita Bhattacharya
Written by
  • Story :
  • Abhijit Sinha
  • Screenplay :
  • Gitangshu Dey
Directed by
  • Uttam Ahlawat, Shahnawaz Khan
  • Nitin Mahesh Chaudhary
Creative director(s)
  • Upasna Mann
  • Sameer Khurana
StarringMishal Raheja, Eisha Singh
Theme music composer
  • Gaurav Dasgupta
  • Roshan Balu
  • Lyricist :
  • Kavi Narayan Agrawal (Das Narayan)
  • Singer :
  • Rekha Bhardwaj
Composer(s)
  • Ali Gani
  • Background music :
  • Vihaan Akash
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes341[1]
Production
Executive producer(s)Amit Chandra
Producer(s)
  • Rupali Guha
  • Kalyan Guha
Production location(s)Banaras, Mumbai
Cinematography
  • Abhishek Basu
  • Ankit Chouksey
  • Ravi Baliyan
Editor(s)Sagar Patil
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running timeApprox. 25 minutes
Production company(s)Film Farm India Pvt. Ltd.
Release
Original networkColors TV
Picture format
Original release10 August 2015 (2015-08-10) –
26 August 2016 (2016-08-26)
External links
Website
Production website

The show portrays the story of a young widow, Dhaani, and a rich boy, Viplav, who falls in love with her and goes against the orthodox views of society to marry her.[2][3] The show was very much accepted by the viewers at an early slot and gave tough competition to Star Plus's Suhani Si Ek Ladki.

Rekha Bhardwaj re-recorded content from her 2011 album Kabir Chaura Sufi Chaura for the show.[4][5]. On the channel Colors Rishtey the show is titled as Mohe Rang Do Laal

Plot summaryEdit

Viplav Tripathi, the carefree grandson of Dashrath Tripathi, meets Dhaani, a young widow on the bank of the river Ganges in the holy city of Banaras. Dhaani lives with her mother in a widow refuge (aashram). Viplav, a law graduate, plans to go to the US for further studies. They get off to a bad start, and Viplav takes revenge from Dhaani for disrespecting him but soon realizes his mistake. Viplav continues to play pranks on Dhaani, but eventually genuinely apologizes.

Dashrath sends Viplav to Delhi, and tries to have the aashram vacated. Viplav arrives just in time to fight the court case on behalf of the widows. Viplav's parents try to get him engaged to his childhood friend, Tanya but Viplav calls off the engagement. When he saves Dhaani from drowning, his half brother, Tripurari, takes photographs to defame Dhaani. An enraged Viplav decides to live with the widows till their problems are solved.

Dhaani and Viplav become friends. After helping the widows, Viplav returns home. VIplav's parents again create misunderstandings leading to Dhaani and Viplav breaking off their friendship. Dhaani is made to get engaged to Tripurari but Viplav stops their wedding in the nick of time after discovering Tripurari had gotten another widow, Suvarna, pregnant.

Viplav's mother, Kanak, employs Tripurari to get Dhaani killed but Viplav saves her. He is, however, injured and Dhaani and he take refuge in a woman's cottage pretending to be a married couple. They spend several days together during which Viplav falls in love with her. Tripurari catches up with them and when they are brought to Banaras, Viplav declares his love for Dhaani and announces he will marry her. A confused Dhaani rejects his proposal but when he pretends to leave for the US she realises her feelings for him and happily accepts.

Kanak and Dashrath create several problems for the couple leading to them arguing but eventually Viplav sees through their plans and he and Dhaani marry in a temple. At home, they find a family visiting Viplav's house to arrange a marriage alliance for his sister, Shalu and decide not to share the news.

Shalu is engaged to Raja who, unbeknownst to all, turns out to be Dhaani's ex-husband's brother. Raja is looking for his brother's wife, Suman (now Dhaani), who he blames for his brother's death and enlists Viplav's help. Dhaani realises Raja's identity and stops the wedding. She is arrested for her husband's death and Viplav decides to fight her case. She reveals that her husband was an alcoholic and her mother-in-law beat her. On the night of his death, Raja tried to force himself on her and in trying to save her, her drunk husband fell off a balcony and died. In court, instigated by the opposing lawyer, Viplav announces he is Dhaani's husband shocking everyone. He presents evidence that exonerates Dhaani and takes her home.

Dashrath pretends to accept her, while Kanak and Shalu are against her. Shalu gets manipulated by Raja, and marries him. Viplav and Dhaani come up with multiple plans to expose Raja. Finally, Raja's father helps them and Raja is revealed to be a married man who goes around conning women for their money. Raja is thrown out and Shalu asks forgiveness. As the family get together to perform a pooja, Raja returns to attack Dhaani but Viplav gets in the way and is injured. Dhaani beats up Raja who is finally arrested and Viplav is rushed to the hospital. Kanak blames Dhaani for her son's condition. Dhaani prays and Viplav recovers.

Dashrath's sister comes to live with the family. Dadi Bua wants to find a suitable girl for Viplav and the family lie to her that Dhaani is a nurse caring for him. Dadi Bua introduces Kaamini as a suitable match. As days pass, Shalu gets married to Pankaj. When Dhaani is asked to leave the house, Viplav brings her back and announces that they are married shocking Dadi Bua and Kaamini. Dadi Bua convinces Kaamini to stay on.

Kaamini befriends Viplav and Dhaani. Wanting to surprise Viplav, Dhaani asks Kaamini for help to attend school. Kaamini sends her to night school and makes trying to make Viplav suspicious. Dhaani succeeds at school and Viplav finally finds out and is proud of her. Kaamini creates misunderstandings between the couple causing Dhaani to move to the aashram when she discovers she is pregnant. She writes a letter to Viplav which Kaamini intercepts. Later that night, Kaamini gets Viplav drunk and makes it look like they have been intimate. A heartbroken Dhaani decides to leave the city for good. Tripurari plants a bomb at the aashram that goes off killing everyone.

5 Years later[6]Edit

Dhaani (now played by Sanjeeda Sheikh) lives in Mumbai with her mother and daughter in a chawl and is helped by Parshya, a former goon while Viplav is in Banaras living with Dhaani's memories. He has married Kaamini and is father to a young boy Atharva. As fate would have it, Viplav and Dhaani meet at a wedding in Mumbai where Dhaani is working as a flower decorator. Dhaani behaves coldly towards him and Viplav gets disheartened.

Once again, Kaamini creates misunderstandings causing Dhaani to decide on marrying Parshya. Viplav is heartbroken at the separation from Dhaani and their daughter, Vidha. On the wedding day, Vidha faints and is rushed to the hospital thus halting the wedding ceremony.

Daadi bua returns and reveals everything. An emotional reunion takes place as Viplav and Dhaani now plan to make Tripurari and Kaamini pay for their misdeeds. Finally, all the culprits are sent to prison after they confess their crimes. Viplav, Dhaani along with Vidha and Atharva, then live happily in the aashram reminiscing the happier moments of their past.

CastEdit

Main CastEdit

Recurring CastEdit

  • Ishita Ganguly[12][13][14] as Kamini Tripathi, Viplav's second wife
  • Unknown as Vidha Tripathi, Viplav & Dhaani's daughter
  • Unknown as Atharva Tripathi, Viplav & Kaamini's son
  • Pratima Kazmi as Indrani
  • Vividha Kirti as Raj Lakshmi
  • Dakssh Ajit Singh / Rumi Khan as Tripurari Tripathi, Dashrath's illegitimate son
  • Garima Vikrant Singh as Dulari
  • Anshul Trivedi as Parshya Kulkarni, Dhaani's friend in Mumbai who is about to marry her
  • Arun Bakshi as Mahant Dashrath Tripathi, Viplav & Shalu's grandfather
  • Vidya Sinha as Sushma Tripathi, Viplav & Shalu's grandmother, Dashrath's wife
  • Kajal Nishad as Kanak Tripathi, Viplav & Shalu's mother
  • Khushbu Thakkar as Shalini "Shalu", Viplav's younger sister
  • Nishikant Dixit as Shambhu Tripathi
  • Unknown as Pankaj, Shalu's husband
  • Shubhangi Latkar as Durga
  • Amardeep Jha[13][14] as Dadi Bua, Viplav & Shalu's grandaunt, Dashrath's sister
  • Mudrika Gupta as Richa
  • Vandana Singh as Suvarna Tripathi, Dhaani's friend and a fellow widow at the aashram
  • Jasveer Kaur as Bijli
  • Aakash Talwar as Ram Chaturvedi
  • Snehal Rai as Tanya Vajpayee, Viplav's ex fiancee
  • Barsha Chatterjee as Rachna
  • Rashami Desai as Tulsi
  • Khushwant Walia as Raja Awasthi, Shalu's ex-husband, Dhaani's 1st husband's younger brother
  • Gulfam Khan as Mrs. Awasthi, Raja and his dead brother's mother, Dhaani's ex mother in law
  • Guddi Maruti as Raja's aunt

Crossover episodesEdit

  • Thapki Pyar Ki on 12 February 2016 — Dhaani comes to the temple to apologize for drinking. She then falls off the temple stairs. Bihaan saves her. Thapki comes at the same temple and hides from Bihaan. Dhaani helps her without even knowing her. They then pray together. Dhaani gifts Thapki a sacred scarf and they becomes friends.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ishq Ka Rang Safed episodes". Ishq Ka Rang Safed. 11 February 2016. Retrieved 12 February 2016.
  2. ^ "Launch: 'Ishq Ka Rang Safed' - The Times of India". indiatimes.com. 7 August 2015. Retrieved 10 August 2015.
  3. ^ "'Ishq Ka Rang Safed' portrays unconventional love". indiatimes.com. 10 August 2015. Retrieved 18 August 2015.
  4. ^ "Rekha Bhardwaj re-recorded own song for TV show". indianexpress.com. 9 August 2015. Retrieved 18 August 2015.
  5. ^ "Challenging the stereotypes". tribuneindia.com. 10 August 2015. Retrieved 18 August 2015.
  6. ^ "Ishq Ka Rang Safed set for a leap soon - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  7. ^ a b Razzaq, Sameena (12 June 2016). "It's our hard work that's reflected on the screen: Eisha Singh". Deccan Chronicle. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  8. ^ "Wanted to come back on TV with strong role: Mishal Raheja". The Indian Express. 30 July 2015. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  9. ^ INDIA, THE HANS (24 January 2016). "It's a dream come true". www.thehansindia.com. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  10. ^ "Sanjeeda Shaikh to replace Eisha Singh in 'Ishq Ka Rang Safed' - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  11. ^ "Playing a five-year-old's mom is no big deal for Sanjeeda Sheikh". Hindustan Times. 1 June 2016. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  12. ^ "Ishita Ganguly to enter Ishq Ka Rang Safed - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  13. ^ a b "Amardeep Jha, Ishita Ganguly join 'Ishq Ka Rang Safed'". The Indian Express. 18 April 2016. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  14. ^ a b "Amardeep Jha and Ishita Ganguly to enter Ishq Ka Rang Safed - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 27 July 2019.

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