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Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii

Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii (English: The Story of Each Home) is a Hindi-language Indian soap opera on Indian television which ran on Star Plus from October 16, 2000. The soap opera was created by Ekta Kapoor and was produced by her production company Balaji Telefilms. Apparently, there are rumours that the show might make a comeback with a new season on the same channel after a gap of 10 years.[1]

Ghar Ghar Kii Kahaani
An Image showing the Intertitle of Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii
Parivaar Ko Jodti Bahu Kii Kahaani. Har Ghar Ki Kahani - Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii
Created byEkta Kapoor
Written byStory
B M Vyas, Anjana Sood, Mahesh Pandey, Anil Nagpal, Sandiip Sikcand, Kamlesh Pandey, Nim Sood & Sonali Jaffar
Screenplay
B M Vyas, Anand Gandhi, Twinkle, Prabha, Anjana Sood, Mahesh Pandey, Dheeraj Sarna, Radheshyam Rai, Vicky Chandra, Anil Nagpal, Vincent Varghese, Pinky Shah, Usha Dixit, Bobby Bhonsle, Mushtaq Shiekh, Jitesh Patel, Kamlesh Pandey, Samidha - Khaild, Gauri Kodimala, Garima Goyal, Harsha Jagdish, Sonali Jaffar, Gaurav Sharma, Sharad Tripathi, Manish Shrivastav, Vandana Tiwari, Al-Raines, Swati Pande, Divyanna Khanna & Mallika Dutt
Dialogues
Amal Donwaar, Dheeraj Sarna, Shashi R. Singh, Deepti Rawal & Sharad Tripathi
Directed byArvind Babbal, Anil V. Kumar, Bharat Bhatia, Garry Bhinder, Rakesh Malhotra, Partho Mitra, Rajesh Babbar, Ravindra Gautam, Santosh Kolhe, Deepak Chavan, Rajesh Sethi, Swapnil Mahaling (Shahane), Anand Raut, Ajay Veermal, Ashish Shrivastav, Anoop Chaudhary, V.G Roy
Creative director(s)Prashant Bhatt, Swapna Waghmare Joshi, Mitu Kumar, Sandiip Sikcand Nivedita Basu & Sanchi Bawa
StarringSee Below
Opening theme"Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii" By Priya Bhattacharya
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of episodes1661
Production
Producer(s)Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor
CinematographyAnil Mishra, Deepak Malwankar, Sukhvinder Singh, Sanjay Memane & Balu Dahifale
Editor(s)Vikas Sharma, Nishit Shah, Mohd Salim & Rochak Arora
Running time26 minutes
Production company(s)Balaji Telefilms
Release
Original networkSTAR Plus
Picture format576i (SDTV)
Original release16 October 2000 – 9 October 2008
External links
Website
Production website

The show explored the worlds of its protagonists Parvati and Om Agarwal, who live in a joint family where by Parvati is an ideal daughter-in-law of Agarwal family and Om the ideal son. The show is the story of the sons of Vishwanath Agarwal and their children thereof. The show also had Ali Asgar who played the role of Kamal Agarwal, Anup Soni who played the role of Suyash Mehra, Shweta Kawatra/ Achint Kaur who played the role of Pallavi Agarwal as the major supporting cast.

Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii was dubbed in Sinhala language and broadcast on Sirasa TV.

Contents

StoryEdit

Om Aggarwal (Kiran Karmarkar) is the son of reputed, rich and powerful businessman Vishwanath Aggarwal (Deepak Qazir Kejriwal). His sensible, polite wife, Parvati Aggarwal (Sakshi Tanwar) hails from a middle-class family and is the ideal daughter-in-law. Initially, Parvati was not strong willed enough to make her own decisions, but as time passes she becomes independent and undergoes major problems to protect her family. Parvati and Om have a daughter named Shruti.

The shows follows the various relationships of the four sons of the Aggarwal family. The youngest son, Kammal (Ali Asgar) helps his sister-in-law overcome her difficulties. He also starts an affair with his assistant, Nivedita, and impregnates her. Nivedita dies in childbirth after delivering a boy. The story follows how his wife Pallavi forgives his betrayal and raises Krishna as her own son.

The oldest, Ajay, is an established lawyer. He too begins an affair while his wife, Avantika, is pregnant. When he dies under mysterious circumstances, the murder is pinned on Om. Parvati is forced to choose between her beloved husband or the truth and eventually supports Avantika in indicting Om. However, it is revealed that Avantika was the true murderer and she is imprisoned while Parvati takes care of her daughter.

The show then has a 20 years leap, where it is revealed that Shruti is not Parvati's real daughter. Her real daughter, Gayatri, was exchanged with Shruti by mistake when riots broke out in the Gurudwara hospital where both were born. Parvati accepts both of them as her own daughters, but a fierce rivalry develops between the two. Shruti falls in love with Samir, but Gayatri marries him under false pretenses. After discovering the truth, Samir divorces her and plans to marry Shruti. But Gayathi declares she is pregnant and Om and Parvati's parenting skills are tested; Om supports Shruti and Samir. Parvati looks after a pregnant Gayatri and after delivering her child, Gayatri hands him to Parvati and leaves to America forever. Shruti and Samir name him Chotu (Ishaan).

As the story progresses, the narrative moves between discontinuous time periods. Eventually, Parvati succeeds in removing all hurdles from her and the Aggarwal family's life, and they live happily ever after.

CastEdit

Agarwal

SoundtracksEdit

No.TitleLength
1.Untitled3.58
2.Untitled1.74
3.Untitled1.10
4.Untitled.58

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Role
2002 Indian Telly Awards Best Actor in Lead Role[2] Kiran Karmarkar Om Aggarwal
Best Actress in Lead Role[2] Sakshi Tanwar Parvati Aggarwal
Best Actress in Negative Role[2] Shweta Kawatra Pallavi Aggarwal
Best Drama Series[2] Ekta Kapoor (tied with Kasautii Zindagii Kay )
2003 Kalakar Awards Best Actor[3] Ali Asgar Kammal Aggarwal
Best Playback Singer (Female)[3] Priya Bhattacharya
2004 Kalakar Awards Best Actor[3] Kiran Karmarkar Om Aggarwal
Favorite Actress[3] Sakshi Tanwar Parvati Aggarwal
2005 Star Parivaar Awards Favorite Daadi[4] Lily Patel Rukmini Aggarwal
Favorite Sasur[4] Kiran Karmarkar Om Aggarwal
Favorite Beti[4] Tina Parekh Shruti Aggarwal
Favorite Devar[4] Ali Asgar Kammal Aggarwal
2006 Star Parivaar Awards Favorite Daadi[5] Lily Patel Rukmini Aggarwal
Favorite Bhabhi[5] Sakshi Tanwar Parvati Aggarwal
Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actor in Supporting Role[6] Ali Asgar Kammal Aggarwal
2007 Star Parivaar Awards Favorite Daadi[7] Lily Patel Rukmini Aggarwal
Favorite Bhabhi[7] Sakshi Tanwar Parvati Aggarwal
Favorite Devar[7] Ali Asgar Kammal Aggarwal
2008 Star Parivaar Awards Favorite Maa[8] Sakshi Tanwar Parvati Aggarwal
Favorite Bhabhi[8] Sakshi Tanwar Parvati Aggarwal
Favorite Devar[8] Ali Asgar Kammal Aggarwal
Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actor in Supporting Role[9] Ali Asgar Kammal Aggarwal
2010 Indian Television Academy Awards ITA Milestone Award[10] Deepak Qazir Kejriwal
Kiran Karmarkar
Sakshi Tanwar
Ali Asgar
Chetan Hansraj
Vishwanath Aggarwal
Om Aggrawal
Parvati Aggrawal
Kammal Aggarwal
Shasha

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ekta Kapoor likely to bring the iconic Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii back with Sakshi Tanwar".
  2. ^ a b c d "Winners of Indian Telly Awards 2002".
  3. ^ a b c d "Winners of Kalakar Awards" (PDF).
  4. ^ a b c d "Winners of Star Parivaar Awards 2005".
  5. ^ a b "Winners of Star Parivaar Awards 2006".
  6. ^ "Winners of Indian Television Academy Awards 2006". Archived from the original on 10 February 2012.
  7. ^ a b c "Winners of Star Parivaar Awards 2007".
  8. ^ a b c "Winners of Star Parivaar Awards 2008".
  9. ^ "Winners of Indian Television Academy Awards 2008". Archived from the original on 20 August 2010.
  10. ^ "Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii Team honoured at ITA Milestone Awards". Archived from the original on 2 April 2015.

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