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Kehta Hai Dil

Kehta Hai Dil is an Indian soap opera (in English So Says the Heart) that aired weekly on STAR Plus channel from 2002 to 2005, produced by Balaji Telefilms. The story is based on the life of a girl name Karishma and portrays the dramatic events that occur in her life, which affect her entire family - who lives in the small, idyllic town of Anand Nagar. Currently, the series is being re-aired on TV Asia channel in USA.

Kehta Hai Dil
Created by Balaji Telefilms
Starring see below
Opening theme "Kehta Hai Dil" by Kumar Sanu
Country of origin India
No. of episodes Total 144
Production
Producer(s) Ekta Kapoor
Shobha Kapoor
Running time approx. 52 minutes
Release
Original network STAR Plus
Picture format 576i (SDTV),
External links
Website

Contents

PlotEdit

Kehta Hai Dil is the story of a family who lives in the small, idyllic town of Anand Nagar. It is the family of Superintendent of Police (SP) Aditya Pratap Singh, Dr. Jaya Singh, and their three children - Karishma, Kunal and Kiran. Karishma loves Dhruv who is her childhood friend. Their fathers have also been friends.

SP Aditya tries to expose the corrupt town mayor Bhandari and his wife Lalita Devi. To take revenge, Lalita makes her elder son Nikhil befriend Karishma and then makes the media print a fake report alleging that Karishma is having an affair with Nikhil. This forces Karishma to marry Nikhil. It is only after they are married that the Bhandaris' lies is revealed. A devastated Karishma vows to take revenge on every single one of them. The story follows Karishma as she extracts her revenge and exposes the Bhandaris.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

The music for Kehta Hai Dil was composed by Lalit Sen, and the lyrics were penned by Naqsh Lyalpuri. The title track was sung by Kumar Sanu, Mahalaxmi[1], and Priya Bhattachariya.

AwardsEdit

The series has won the following awards in The Indian Telly Awards of 2003[2]:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "These singers made television musically sound". radioandmusic.com. 21 October 2017. 
  2. ^ "Bahus steal the show at third Indian Telly Awards". afaqs.com. 24 November 2003. 
  3. ^ "Aman Yatan Verma". nettv4u.com. 

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