Kalash is an Indian television soap opera which aired on Star Plus. It was produced by Ekta Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms.
|Written by||Sanjana Sood |
|Directed by||Swapna Waghmare Joshi|
|Creative directors||Monisha Singh |
|Starring||Amar Upadhyay / Aman Verma |
|Opening theme||"Kalash" by Jaspinder Narula|
|Country of origin||India|
|Cinematography||Sanjay K. Memane|
|Running time||21 minutes|
|Production company||Balaji Telefilms|
|Original network||Star Plus|
|Original release||2001 –|
Kalash is the story of two sisters: Rano and Bulbul. Bulbul, the elder of the two, is beautiful but selfish, whereas Rano is caring and loving. The sisters develop romantic feelings for the same man, Ram. Bulbul is married to Ram against her wishes. Later, she leaves her husband and their child and elopes with another man. Rano is then married to Ram because he has a child, slowly she begins to fall for him and Ram too starts liking her when Bulbul suddenly reappears and wants her family back. After Bulbul conspires and tries to separate Ram and Rano. The show ended with Rano's death by cancer and Bulbul realizing her mistake and reunites with Ram.
- Amar Upadhyay / Aman Verma as Ram
- Dolly Sohi as Rano
- Chetan Pandit
- ^ "About sisterly love & hate". The Tribune.
- ^ Kalash Title HQ. YouTube. 7 April 2013. Retrieved 4 October 2015.