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Kaleerein is an Indian television series that premiered on 5 February 2018 on Zee TV.[1] Produced by Nikhil and Sohanna Sinha, it starred Arjit Taneja and Aditi Sharma.[2][3][4] It replaced Aisi Deewangi Dekhi Nahi Kahi in its timeslot. And was replaced by Manmohini .[5][6]

Created byPriya Mishra
Raaga Studio
Written byAmit Babbar
Screenplay byAnupama Yadhav
Bhavna Vyas
Ankush Nagpal
Story byPriya Mishra
Aanad Vardhan
Sonali Jaffar
Directed byHemant N mishra
Creative directorsMeet Kohli
Saurabh Arora
Raaga Arif
Theme music composerJitesh Panchal
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi • Punjabi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes198
ProducersNikhil Sinha
Sohanna Sinha
Production locationsPatiala
CinematographyRajan Singh
Karan Indoriya
EditorsSatya Sharma
Shamsher Alam
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22–24 minutes (approx.)
Production companyTriangle Films
Original release
NetworkZee TV
Release5 February (2018-02-05) –
16 November 2018 (2018-11-16)

Plot edit

Meera Dhingra is a free-spirited, young independent woman who loves to play Kabaddi and does not want to be well-groomed for her future husband. She believes that a woman loses her natural traits after enrolling in a grooming school. However, her mother persistently pressurizes her to marry and shape herself into an ideal, well-groomed, upper-class wife; to fulfil her desire to see her daughter get married after constant proposal rejections. She believes that Meera can only be socially acceptable by changing herself by going to Soni Kudi Academy. However, Meera is strongly against the idea and believes that she should only marry someone who loves her the way she is.

Vivaan is a rich business tycoon and an NRI from London. He comes back to India on his sister Amaya's wish and searching for his long-lost mother, Pammi Kapoor, who left them as a child. Although he has a hatred for his biological mother; he secretly yearns to meet her. Vivaan's trust issues stem from his abandonment, and he promises himself never to marry. Vivaan does not believe in marriage, whereas Meera believes that she wants her life partner to love and understand her imperfections.

Meera's alliance is fixed with Sumair (Paramvir Cheema), but in a comedy of errors, she ends up meeting Vivaan at the airport. Their opinionated personalities clash, and they argue. It is later revealed that Vivaan is the landlord of Kapoor Mansion, of which the Dhingras are caretakers. While Vivaan and Amaya live in the same house, Meera's wedding preparations begin. While Vivaan believes Meera to be a gold digger, Meera hates Vivaan's egoistic personality. Meera secretly harbours the desire to play a qualifying kabaddi match on her wedding day. Vivaan initially befriends Meera to extract information about a bangle in her possession, which resembles his mother's, but they start caring for each other over time, unbeknownst to themselves. Sumair, who initially understands Meera's stand, is slowly revealed to be a man who has his own expectations from his wife-to-be. Meera complies for the sake of her family and, finding no support from her fiance, decides to groom herself. Vivaan and Meera, on the other hand, constantly bicker, but Vivaan ends up saving her from the sticky situations that she lands in owing to her wedding preparations. While Sumair is gradually shown to be a shallow-minded person, Vivaan comes across as a liberal, open-minded individual, albeit with his own imperfections.

Sumair falls in love with Meera's cousin Silky. He has no regard for Meera, and to pull himself out of the wedding, he makes a fake MMS clip of Meera and Vivaan Romancing and airs it on the wedding day. He manipulates Meera into believing that it was Vivaan who made the video for which she slaps Vivaan. Meera is abused and bad mouthed by village goons, but Vivaan saves her. They marry to save Meera's dignity. But they decide to divorce after their wedding as they're not happy. However, they decide to hide their impending divorce from Meera's family till the situation cools down. Meanwhile, Vivaan's stepmother and business partner Roma Kapoor (Shilpa Saklani) comes to live in Kapoor Mansion with the agenda of breaking the couple's relationship. However, Meera and Vivaan become friends and gradually start falling in love, but this irks Roma. She creates many misunderstandings between the couple and manipulates Vivaan, who already has contempt for his birth mother, believing that Pammi Kapoor wants to kill Amaya and him. Meera refuses to believe this, which becomes the root cause of clashes and separation. The divorce keeps coming up between them. Eventually, Pammi Kapoor is revealed as Soni Kudi's owner Mrs Singh. Roma is exposed, and all allegations against Pammi are quelled, and they reunite as one happy family.

Vivaan and Meera decide to express their love for each other, but unfortunately, happy times do not last long, and Pammi and Amaya are kidnapped. Vivaan is blackmailed, and a series of events lead to Pammi's death and Amaya being in a coma. Vivaan misunderstands Meera and blames her for interfering in the kidnapping mess and thus causing Pammi's death. Meera tries very hard to prove her innocence to Vivaan but no avail, and he decides to divorce her. He starts hating on Meera when she refuses to divorce him and troubles her to no end with harsh words and actions. But a series of events lead Meera and Vivaan to the alleged kidnapper, where Meera saves Vivaan from being shot at by taking the bullet herself. Vivaan's misunderstandings are cleared, and he tries to win back her love, berating himself for believing a wrong and contrived version of events. Unfortunately, Meera's father gives Meera the ultimatum to choose between himself and Vivaan. Meera chooses her father forcefully and is also hurt by Vivaan's past actions, but this does not stop Vivaan. He enters the Dhingra household as a cook to prove he will do anything for Meera. Meera's father creates many problems for Vivaan and continuously insults him. However, he puts up with it for Meera's sake. Finally, Meera's father finds a good groom for her, also his best friend's son. This marks the entry of Sunny into their lives. Meanwhile, Meera makes the mistake of agreeing to the wedding to teach Vivaan a lesson without realizing the storm that is about to enter their lives.

Sunny pretends to be a good guy who wants to ruin Meera and Vivaan's love. Vivaan and Meera fight against Sunny with courage. He tries to separate them by sending Vivaan to jail and blackmailing Meera but in vain. He is arrested by police later.

Vivaan and Meera have peaceful life. Meanwhile, the gifts his late mother's Soni Kudi academy to Meera. But his past starts haunting him. Paromita was Vivaan's friend, she was in love with him, but he never loved her. Meera gets visions about how Vivaan was responsible for Paromita's death and decides to expose him in front of the world for causing an innocent's death and for hiding it. She stages a drama narrating the sequence of events at Soni Kudi academy, but later, Vivaan proves himself innocent. But Paromita's sister Tulika (Swati Kapoor) comes for revenge from Vivaan as he had refused to marry her sister. Vivaan and Meera consummate their marriage. The show takes a supernatural turn, but at the end, they reunite, and the show ends with Meera being pregnant, silky getting married, and the whole family celebrating.

Cast edit

Main edit

  • Arjit Taneja as Vivaan Kapoor, Pummy Kapoor's son, Amaya's Brother, Meera's husband
  • Aditi Sharma as Meera Kapoor (née Dhingra), Amar and Dolly's daughter, Nimmo and Prince's sister, Vivaan's wife, Pummy Kapoor's daughter in law

Recurring edit

  • Vishavpreet Kaur as Pammi Kapoor, CEO of Soni Kudi Academy, Vivaan and Amaya's mother , Meera's mother in law
  • Shilpa Saklani as Roma Kapoor, Vivaan and Amaya's step-mother, Sunny's mother; Meera's stepmother -in-law
  • Jaswinder Gardner as Dolly Dhingra, Meera, Nimmo and Prince's mother
  • Sagar Saini as Amar Dhingra, Meera, Nimmo and Prince's father
  • Neena Cheema as Beeji, Meera, Nimmo, Meher, Prince and Simran's grandmother
  • Ekroop Bedi as Nimmo Dhingra, Meera and Prince's sister, Puppy's girlfriend
  • Ayush Gupta as Prince Dhingra, Meera and Nimmo's brother, Tullika's husband
  • Mamta Verma as Laali, Meera, Nimmo, Meher, Prince and Simran's aunt, Silky's mother, Sunny's mother in law
  • Ritu Vashistha as Sweety Dhingra, Meera, Nimmo and Prince's aunt, Meher and Simran's mother, Bittu's wife
  • Ashu Sharma as Bittu Dhingra, Meera, Nimmo and Prince's uncle, Meher and Simran's father, Sweety's husband
  • Prachi Bansal as Silky, Meera, Nimmo, Meher, Prince and Simran's cousin, Sumer's girlfriend, Sunny's wife
  • Aaghnya Bisht as Silky, Meera, Nimmo, Meher, Prince and Simran's cousin , Sumer's girlfriend, Sunny's wife
  • Paramvir Cheema Singh as Sumer Kapoor, Meera's childhood friend and ex-fiancé, Silky's boyfriend
  • Tasneem Ali as Suman Kapoor, Sumer's mother
  • Aditi Rawat as Jaspreet “Preeto” Kaur, Meera's best friend
  • Khushi Mishra as Meher Dhingra, Meera, Nimmo and Prince's cousin, Simran's Sister
  • Snehal Pandey as Simran Dhingra, Meera, Nimmo and Prince's cousin, Meher's sister
  • Manraj Singh as Sunny Kapoor, Roma's long-lost son, Vivaan and Amaya's step brother, Silky's husband
  • Nikunj Malik as Paromita, Vivaan's friend who was in love with him, Tulika's Sister
  • Swati Kapoor as Tulika Dhingra, Paromita's sister and Prince's wife
  • Priom Gujjar Chaudhary as Rohan Malhotra, one of Meera's suitors
  • Juhi Aslam as a Black Magic performer
  • Amrapali Gupta as a Black Magic performer
  • Vikas Rao as Sumer's friend
  • Pavitra Punia as Vishkanya, a shape-shifting snake[7]
  • Majinder Kareer as Vivaan's driver
  • Paras Chhabra as Tommy Singh, a contract killer
  • Mrinalini Tyagi as Sherri Singh, a contract killer
  • Ambuj Mathur as Pappi, a drug-dealer, Nimmo's “boyfriend”
  • Nikunj Malik as a dance performer

Guests edit

  • Priom Gujjar Chaudhary as Rohan Malhotra, one of Meera's suitors
  • Juhi Aslam as a Black Magic performer
  • Amrapali Gupta as a Black Magic performer
  • Vikas Rao as Sumer's friend
  • Pavitra Punia as Vishkanya, a shape-shifting snake[8]
  • Majinder Kareer as Vivaan's driver
  • Paras Chhabra as Tommy Singh, a contract killer
  • Mrinalini Tyagi as Sherri Singh, a contract killer
  • Ambuj Mathur as Pappi, a drug-dealer, Nimmo's “boyfriend”
  • Asha Negi as a dance performer
  • Nikunj Malik as a dance performer

Production edit

Filming edit

Based on the backdrop of Punjab, the series was mainly filmed in Mumbai while some initial sequences were shot in Patiala.[9]

References edit

  1. ^ "'Kaleerein' to end on ZEE TV in November". BizAsia. 30 October 2018. Retrieved 23 December 2020.
  2. ^ "Naagin, witches and magic: Another daily soap Kaleerein goes the Sasural Simar Ka way?". India Today. 24 April 2018.
  3. ^ "Kaleerein actor Aditi Sharma: Arjit Taneja is a sweet co-star, who keeps boosting my confidence on set". Indian Express. 20 April 2018.
  4. ^ "Kaleerein actress Aditi Sharma's reel wedding images inspired by Katrina Kaif". Times of India. 13 April 2018.
  5. ^ Baddhan, Raj (5 November 2018). "'Manmohini' to replace 'Kaleerein' on ZEE TV this month". BizAsia | Media, Entertainment, Showbiz, Brit, Events and Music. Retrieved 26 December 2022.
  6. ^ "Aisi Deewangi Dekhi Nahi Kahi to go off air replaced by new show Kalire". www.serialgossip.com. Retrieved 26 December 2022.
  7. ^ "Naagin, witches and magic: Another daily soap Kaleerein goes the Sasural Simar Ka way?". India Today.
  8. ^ "Naagin, witches and magic: Another daily soap Kaleerein goes the Sasural Simar Ka way?". India Today.
  9. ^ "TV serial Kaleerein shooting in Patiala". The Times of India. 8 February 2018.

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