Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat

Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat is an Indian thriller anthology television show that was first broadcast on Sony TV from 16 August 2002 to 9 May 2004.[2] The broadcast consisted mainly of small stories in a mini format. The show stars Pallavi Kulkarni, Rajeev Khandelwal, Hiten Tejwani, Smriti Irani, Gauri Pradhan, Cezanne Khan, Ashlesha Sawant, Sumeet Sachdev, Shweta Tiwari, Narayani Shastri and many others. The series used to air at 8 P.M. from Fridays to Sundays. The series went off air from 9 February 2003 to 16 March 2003 due to the live telecast of 2003 Cricket World Cup[3] on Sony TV. Since 12 March 2004[4] to 9 May 2004, the series only used to air from 8 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.[5]

Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat
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Screenplay byAl-Raines
Mushtaq Shiekh
Jainesh Ejardar
Bobby Bhonsle
Story byAl-Raines
Mushtaq Shiekh
Directed by
Creative directors
Music byAashish Rego
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of episodes252
ProducersEkta Kapoor
Shobha Kapoor
CinematographySanjay Memane
EditorsVinay Malu
Dhirendra Singh
Running time52 minutes
Original networkSony Entertainment Television
Original release16 August 2002 (2002-08-16)[1] –
9 May 2004 (2004-05-09)


Episode 1-29

The story follows trials and tribulations of a gullible, young woman, Nikki, who leaves her hometown to start life afresh in a big city. Unfortunately, her unpleasant past follows her and she soon finds herself caught in a vortex of complex twists and turns and begins to fear for her own safety. She realizes that reality can be stranger than fiction. Nikki is stalked by a hooded killer who, one by one, kills everyone around Nikki. Eventually Nikki meets dashing police inspector Raj and marries him. He vows to protect her, but then she realizes one shocking truth after another — neither can she trust her new family nor can she trust her own as everyone has secrets to hide and hidden agenda. Left to herself, Nikki has to expose dark shocking secrets before the killer gets her.


1. Hadsaa (Episode 1 - episode 29)

2. Kaali Shakti (Episode 30 - episode 47)

3. Kash-m-kash (Episode 48 - episode 73)

4. Kaboo (Episode 74 - episode 98)

5. Kalpanik (Episode 99 - episode 111)

  • Amita Chandekar as Reva
  • Ishita Sharma as Deepti: A ghost
  • Karanvir Bohra/Amit Sadh as Rohan: Reva's friend
  • Jayati Bhatia as Malti: Reva and Rashmi's mother
  • Chetan Pandit as Lalit :Reva and Rashmi's father
  • Aparna Jaywant as Rashmi: Reva's younger sister
  • Rio Kapadia as Kishore
  • Nayan Bhatt as Shobhna
  • Tuhinaa Vohra as Ritu: Shobhna's younger sister
  • Pratichi Mishra as Reva's paternal aunt
  • Madhuri Bhatia as Sheela
  • Vishal Sablani as Atish: Kishore and Shobhna's younger son
  • Murli Sharma as Inspector
  • Gajendra Chauhan as Pandit Ji
  • Prakash Ramchandani

6. Kayamath (Episode 112 - episode 130)

7.Karzz[6] (Episode 131 - episode 141)

  • Kiran Dubey as Nishitaa Nakul Kapoor, reincarnated version of Charulata
  • Rohit Roy as Nakul Kapoor, reincarnated version of Thakur Rajveer
  • Ashlesha Sawant as Sonia Amar Mehra, reincarnated version of Vaishnavi
  • Ali Hassan as Amar Mehra
  • Deepraj Rana as Rajvansh
  • Sai Ballal as Mr. Kapoor: Nakul's father

8. Kabzaa (Episode 142 - episode 159)

9. Khaall[7] (Episode 160 - episode 176)

10. Kab Kyon Kahan[8] (Episode 177 - episode 190)

11. Kohra (Episode 191 - episode 206)

12. Kutumb (Episode 207 - episode 225)

13. Kab Kaisey Kahan (Episode 226 - episode 252)

  • Chetan Hansraj as Moksh Chauhan
  • Shilpa Saklani as Tanu/ Rachel D'Mello: Indira's reincarnation
  • Jasveer Kaur as Indira: Moksh's girlfriend
  • Kishwer Merchant as Nikki: Moksh Chauhan
  • Sachin Sharma as Purab: Tanu's best friend/fake husband
  • Prabhat Bhattacharya as Shubho: Purab's father
  • Urvashi Dholakia as Gayatri: Purab's elder paternal aunt
  • Monalika Bhonsle as Deepika: Purab's younger paternal aunt
  • Mukul Dev as Himanshu: Nikki's cousin
  • Roopa Divetia as Tanu's maternal aunt
  • Suchita Trivedi as a tarot card reader
  • Prakash Ramchandani as Deepika's husband

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Sony concentrates on the weekend". 21 August 2002. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
  2. ^ "Week-end television creates Sunday blues". The Times of India.
  3. ^ "'Kya Haadsa Kya Haqeeqat' back on air on SET, 21 March". 27 February 2003. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
  4. ^ "Sony launches new-age woman oriented drama". 3 March 2004. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
  5. ^ "Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat". The Hindu. 22 August 2002.
  6. ^ "SET launches 7th 'Kya Haadsa..' series show 'Karzz'". 1 August 2003. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
  7. ^ "Sony premiers 9th series of KHKH, 'Khaall'". 1 August 2003. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
  8. ^ "'Kya Hadsaa...' launches 10th series 'Kab Kyon Kahan'". 11 November 2003. Retrieved 19 January 2020.

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