Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha

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Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha (transl. You didn't speak nor did I say anything) is an Indian soap opera which aired on Colors TV from 9 January 2012 to 12 September 2013.[1][2][3][4]

Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha
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A promotional logo image of Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha.
GenreDrama
Created bySunshine Productions
Written byVenita Coelho
Sonal Ganatra
Subrat Sinha
Creative directorsSeema Sharma
Sudhir Sharma
StarringKunal Karan Kapoor
Aakanksha Singh
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes370
Production
ProducerSudhir Sharma
Production locationsIndore
Mumbai
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20 minutes
Production companySunshine Productions
Release
Original networkColors TV
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Original release9 January 2012 (2012-01-09) –
12 September 2013 (2013-09-12)
External links
Website

Series overviewEdit

Season No. of episodes Originally broadcast (India)
Series premiere Series finale
1 196 9 January 2012 (2012-01-09) 5 October 2012 (2012-10-05)
2 174 14 January 2013 (2013-01-14) 12 September 2013 (2013-09-12)

Plot (Season 1)Edit

This story is about a young widowed mother of two children Mrs. Megha Vyas who lives with her in laws, fighting for justice to her dead and tainted husband Mr. Amar Vyas, who dies in a flyover (overpass) collapse for which he is blamed for taking money and using cheap quality material for construction. On the other side is Mohan Bhatnagar, an honest and daring reporter who works for a Hindi news daily called Prabhat Leher. Megha and Mohan's journey starts by the two of them hating each other due to some misunderstandings. Meanwhile, Mohan befriends with Megha's daughter, Navika (Nanhi) when Mohan helps her to printing an advertisement not knowing that it's a matrimonial ad for her mother, Megha. This intensifies Megha's hate for Mohan even though Mohan didn't do it intentionally.

The story turns interesting when Mohan collects evidence against Amar vyas and produces it in front of the committee which was constituted to look into the case of the flyover collapse for which Amar was held responsible, initially Mohan backsteps about presenting evidence before the committee after learning that he is Navika's father and Megha's late husband, but his ideals and principles force him to go against them. This makes Megha furious and he also loses the friendship of Navika however they get reconciled after some time.

Due to financial problems, Megha starts working in Prabhat Leher the same newspaper Mohan works for. Mohan learns that the evidence he presented in front of committee is fake and that he was betrayed by Dinanath a rich Industrialist and the real man behind collapse of the flyover, and deliberately implicated dead Amar vyas to evade imprisonment. Mohan repents for his blunder and asks for Megha's forgiveness for falsely implicating her honest late husband. Mohan starts admiring the inner strength of Megha and her commitment towards her family and children. Mohan develops respect for Megha for her bold, simple, and "caring-for-others" nature and he eventually falls in love with her. He doesn't express it to anyone, not even to his servant and friend Guru, who always makes fun of him by linking him to Megha indirectly.

Mohan helps Megha from her boss Pratik who tries to misbehave with her. Megha then understands the true intentions of Mohan and both become good friends after that. Megha helps Mohan in challenging her ex-girlfriend Rashmi when she insults Mohan for being unsuccessful in his life and also mocks him that he can't get a wife like her in his life. Megha persuades Mohan to pretend him as her husband and both go to the farmhouse of Rashmi and spends a day there with which Mohan's love for Megha augments. Later Mohan helps Megha in proving her husband's innocence by going to Bhopal along with Megha and her father in law and procures evidence to prove Amar's innocence with some twists and turns in the plot which will thrill audience.

After proving Amar's innocence Mohan reveals his feelings for Megha but Megha leaves unanswered as she doesn't want to hurt him by rejecting his love and she is afraid of losing friendship with Mohan. But, when Mohan goes to cover a story about drug Mafia he gets shot by the mafia. Megha takes him to the hospital and the fear of losing him makes her realise her feelings for Mohan after understanding that she fell in love with him but, she conceals her feeling because she believes that marrying Mohan will ruin his life as this marriage will only become a burden for him and also because of Mohan's mother who hates Megha and her children. After some drama both get married.

Plot (Season 2)Edit

12 years laterEdit

Now, Navika (Nanhi) is all grown up and resigns her job when she is asked to do a program about step families. The story goes back to 2001 when Navika was smaller and narrates the mystery of her younger brother Adhitya (Addu) who gets lost in the Indore railway station, as they are unable to find him, it snaps ties between Megha and Mohan as Megha thinks it was all her fault that she married Mohan and they part ways, never to see each other for 12 years. However Navika joins Mohan's newspaper and works there with no other choice and with hate to Mohan. But soon she proved worthy by finishing a political report of an illegal politician, Purrushottam Singh Tilkadhari. His grandson, Beera Singh Tilkadhari, falls in love with Navika and helps her reunite Mohan and Megha. Soon Mohan brings back Aditya who is now mentally thrown off with help of Manoj (Tilkadhari's assistant). But soon Mohan finds out that Aditya is Manoj and Manoj is Aditya and brings the real Aditya home. But Aditya puts him in jail. After so much encounters Megha and others forgive Addu. Meanwhile, Beera and Navika get married. Mohan takes his family for a picnic. Unexpectedly, Mohan falls down from a high cliff when they playing. Aditya holds Mohan's hand before he can fall. Everyone expect that Aditya will save Mohan. But, Aditya leaves his hand to take revenge from Mohan. Mohan falls cliff and presumed to be as dead.

2 years laterEdit

Megha takes Mohan's adopted daughter Rimjhim to Mumbai to find her real mother as wished by Rimjhim. Meanwhile, Mohan is survived but he doesn't remember his past. Because of this, He pretends as Vasu Rajvardhan who had been actually killed by Vasu's step mom, Aai. Soon, Megha meets a look alike of Mohan, Vasu and is soon very happy to know that it is her believed to be dead husband Mohan who doesn't remember the past. She fights with Vasu's mother Aai who killed her step son; the real Vasu. Then, Mohan remembers his past. Finally, Megha and Mohan once again return to Indore and reunite to live happily forever.

CastEdit

  • Kunal Karan Kapoor as Mohan Bhatnagar / Vasu Rajvardhan (fake) aka Spiderman – Megha's husband; Navika, Aditya and Rimjhim's adopted father; Aai's pretend step-son
  • Aakanksha Singh as Megha Bhatnagar / Vyas – Mohan's wife; Amar's ex-wife; Navika and Adhitya's mother; Rijhim's dancing teacher and adopted mother later
  • Jayashree Venketaramanan as Navika Singh Tilakdari aka Nanhi / Chavanni (née Bhatnagar / Vyas) – Amar and Megha's daughter; Mohan's adopted daughter; Aditya's sister; Rimjhim's adopted sister; Beera's wife
    • Ashnoor Kaur as Young Navika Bhatnagar / Vyas aka Nanhi / Chavanni
  • Kanwar Dhillon as Aditya Bhatnagar / Vyas aka Addu / Manoj (Fake) – Amar and Megha's son; Mohan's adopted son; Navika's brother; Rijhim's adopted brother; Tilakdhari's assistant
  • Reem Sheikh as Rijhim Bhatnagar – Megha and Mohan's adopted daughter; Navika and Aditya's adopted sister
  • Dushyant Wagh as Gurucharan Brijwasi aka Guru – Mohan's servent
  • Madhuri Sanjeev as Bela Vyas – Vedkant's sister who helped Megha; Navika, Adhitya and Tanmay's grandaunt
  • Rinku Karmarkar as Renu Vyas – Sanjay's wife; Tanmay's mother
  • Akhlaque Khan as Tanmay Vyas aka Tannu – Renu and Sanjay's son; Navika and Adithya's elder-cousin; Arati's husband
    • Nirav Soni as Young Tanmay Vyas
  • Bhamini Oza as Arati Vyas – Tanmay's wife
  • Siddharth Arora as Beera Singh Tilakdari – Navika's husband; Ragini's brother; Tilakdari's grandson
  • Manish Gandhi as Manoj / Aditya Bhatnagar (fake) aka Munna – Disabled guy who pretends as Addu with real Adhitya's help
  • Rohit Bhardwaj as Amar Vyas – Vedkant and Madhuri's son; Megha's ex-husband; Sanjay's brother; Navika and Adhitya's father
  • Khalid Siddiqui as Manav Chaturvedi
  • Anjan Srivastav as Vedkant Vyas – Amar and Sanjay's father; Saroj's husband; Navika, Adhitya and Tanmay's grandfather
  • Madhuri Bhandiwdekar as Saroj Vyas – Amar and Sanjay's mother; Vedkant's wife; Navika, Adhitya and Tanmay's grandmother
  • Neelu Kohli as Indu Bhatnagar – Mohan's mother
  • Karan Thakur as Guddu Khatri
  • Vikram Kapadia as Arvind Bhatnagar
  • Sachin Parikh as Sanjay Vyas – Vedkant and Saroj's son; Amar's brother; Renu's husband; Tanmay's father
  • Navina Bole as Koel
  • Ankush Bali as Karan
  • Prinal Oberoi as Ridhima Bhatnagar – Mohan's ex-wife
  • Puneet Panjwani as Prateek Agarwal – Prerna's husband
  • Sadiya Siddiqui as Prerana Agarwal – Prateek's wife; Megha's friend from school
  • Mehendi Jain as Nidhi
  • Shabnam Pandey as Dimpy
  • Pooja Kanwal Mahtani as Rashmi Bharadwaj
  • Shyaam Sasikumar as Gautam
  • Shilpa Mehta as Rukmini Bharadwaj
  • Anil Rastogi as Purushottam Singh Tilakdhari – Beera and Ragini's grandfather
  • Pallavi Gupta as Ragini Singh Tilakdhari – Beera's sister; Purushottam's granddaughter
  • Aradhana Uppal as Anupama Sachdeva - Navika's boss
  • Bharti Patil as Aai – Vasu's step-mother
  • Nupur Alankar as Jyotiba Vaidya – Megha and Rijhim's landlady in Mumbai
  • Lalit Parimoo as Shridhar Vaidya – Jyotiba's husband
  • Aasiya Kazi as Rukku Vaidya – Shridhar and Jyotiba's daughter
  • Jatin Sharma as Bala – Vasu's friend
  • Preeti Puri as Naina Bhosle (fake) - A woman who pretends as Rijhim's mother
  • Drashti Dhami as Madhu
  • Dipika Kakar as Simar

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Na Bole Tum Na to return in three months". The Times Of India.
  2. ^ Desai, Purva (5 October 2012). "Kunal Karan Kapoor discharged from hospital!". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 27 May 2013. Retrieved 9 November 2012.
  3. ^ "Na Bole Tum Na to return in three months". The Times of India. 25 September 2012.
  4. ^ Desai, Purva (5 October 2012). "Kunal Karan Kapoor discharged from hospital!". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 27 May 2013. Retrieved 9 November 2012.

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