Kayaamat - Jabb Bhi Waqt Aata Hai is a Hindi-language thriller television series that aired on DD National.[1][2] It used to run on Fridays and Saturdays at 9 P.M. from 26 September 2003 to 19 March 2005.[3]

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Also known asKayaamat - Jabb Bhi Waqt Aata Hai
Created byBalaji Telefilms
StarringKishwer Merchant
see below
Opening theme"Kayaamat" by Sapna Mukherjee
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of episodes156
Running timeapprox. 25 minutes
Original networkDD National
Picture format480i
Original release26 September 2003 (2003-09-26) –
19 March 2005 (2005-03-19)


Kayaamat revolves around the love and revenge of the Ahuja family. The story takes off when the celebrations in the Ahuja family are in full swing, with the engagement of Naren and Naina’s son Uday (Ali Hassan) with Pooja (Kishwer Merchant). Pooja loves Uday to the point of obsession; she wants to own and possess him completely. Her insecurities about Uday get aggravated and go completely out of control with the presence of Anamika (Amita Chandekar), the CEO of a company that does huge business with the Ahuja's. Pooja, at her engagement, sees subtle chemistry developing between Uday and Anamika. Pooja now goes on a rampage as she wants to wreck Anamika. Her love life with Uday can meet its happy end; however, Pooja realizes that Anamika is not easy to defeat. In due course of time, Anamika becomes a favourite of Pooja's family and the Ahuja's. At this point, Pooja decides to go for the final kill. But the question remains that who is Anamika? Is she what she portrays to be, or does she have her own story and reasons for coming to the Ahuja family? Is she as innocent as she portrays, or is this all a plan to achieve her goal and objective? What follows is an ensuing battle to safeguard the honour and prestige of the Ahuja family.



  1. ^ TVR Rating's of Top DD National Programmes
  2. ^ Kayaamat News Article on Indian Television Dot Com
  3. ^ "Kayamat – DD National | OptionDee.Com". Option Dee Dot Com. 5 December 2015. Retrieved 27 July 2020.

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