Kashmakash Zindagi Ki

Kashmakash Zindagi Ki is an Indian TV series produced by Reasonable Advertising Limited, based on the story of an adopted girl who is hated by everyone in her new family except her father. It premiered on 27 November 2006 on DD National.[1] The story portrays the sour relationships in a family.

Kashmakash Zindagi Ki
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Kashmakash Zindagi Ki
GenreSuspense drama
Written byBobby Khan & Akashaditya Lama
Directed byRajesh Gupta & Aloknath Dixit
Starringsee below
Opening theme"Kashmakash Zindagi Ki"
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodesTotal 575
Production
ProducerAshok Wadhwa & Anoop Wadhwa
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkDD National & DD India
Picture formatSDTV: 480i
Original release27 November 2006 (2006-11-27) –
3 July 2009 (2009-07-03)

The series is one of the long-running television programme of DD National channel, which completed its 300 episodes in June 2008 & 500 episodes on 20 March 2009.[2][3]

CastEdit

  • Gauri singh Harmeet Kaur... Tanushree(Tanu)(Lead Role)
  • Romanchak Arora ... Sahil (Aradhana's son, Tanushree, Payal, and Ananya's husband)
  • Sudha Chandran ... Rajyalakshmi Mausi (Antagonist)
  • Kishwer Merchant ... Mandira
  • Deepshikha ... Aradhana
  • Amrapali Gupta....Young Tanushree
  • Lata Haya ... Devyani (Aradhana's stepmother who is always plotting against her, main antagonist)
  • Shakti Singh ... Vikram Malhotra
  • Shiju Kataria as Purva (Sahil Sister)
  • Raj Singh ... Akul Malhotra
  • Natasha Rana ... Vandita (Tanushree's mother)
  • Zarina Wahab ... (Pooja`s mother, protagonist)
  • Uttara Baokar ... Dadi [Rajdev`s mother)
  • Anang Desai ... Rajdev (Aradhana's stepfather who likes Aradhana more than his own daughter)
  • Amit Behl ... Anirudh (Mandira's husband)
  • Snigdha Pandey ... (Sheetal, Tanushree's sister in law, Antagonist
  • Vijay/Vije Bhatia ...Mayank (Mandira's son)
  • Krishna Bharadwaj ... Aditya (Mandira's younger son and Mayank's brother)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "DD to air Kashmakash Zindagi Ki". Hindustan Times.
  2. ^ "Kashmakash Zindagi Ki turns 300". Tellychakkar.com. 28 June 2006. Archived from the original on 12 July 2009. Retrieved 21 April 2009.
  3. ^ "Serial for tweens". The Indian Express.

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