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Naagin (2015 TV series)

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Naagin (English: Female Serpent) is an Indian fantasy drama series,[1] produced by Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor under the banner of Balaji Telefilms. It is a weekend show that airs on Colors.[2][3] The series had completed 3 seasons and renewed for Season 4.

Naagin
Naagin 4.jpg
Naagin 4 title card
Genre
Created byEkta Kapoor
Written by
  • Story
  • Mrinal Jha
  • R M Joshi
  • Neha Singh
  • Screenplay
  • R M Joshi
  • Neha Singh
  • Shivani Shah
  • Anurag Sharma
  • Dialogues
  • Deepti Rawal
Directed by
  • Santaram Verma
  • Arshad Khan
  • Niraj
  • Lalit Marathe
  • Rakesh Chowdhury
Creative director(s)Tanushree Dasgupta
StarringMouni Roy
Arjun Bijlani
Adaa Khan
Sudha Chandran
Karanvir Bohra
Aashka Goradia
Surbhi Jyoti
Anita Hassanandani
Rakshanda Khan
Rajat Tokas
Pearl V Puri
Opening themeTere Sang Pyaar Mein Nahi Todna, Tera Pyaar Jeevan Ka.
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons4
No. of episodes241
Production
Producer(s)
CinematographySantosh Suryavanshi, Sarfaraz, Ajay
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time40 min to 90 min
Production company(s)Balaji Telefilms
Release
Original networkColors TV
Picture format
Original release1 November 2015 (2015-11-01) –
present
External links
Official website
Production website

The first season premiered on 1 November 2015[4] and ended on 5 June 2016,[5] after airing 62 episodes. It starred Mouni Roy,[6] Arjun Bijlani,[7] Adaa Khan,[8] and Sudha Chandran.[9] Season 1 of Naagin became one of the highest rated shows on Indian television at that time.[10] It was replaced by the show Kavach... Kaali Shaktiyon Se.

The second season of Naagin[11] premiered on 8 October 2016[12] and ended on 25 June 2017[13] after airing 75 episodes. This season starred Mouni Roy, Karanvir Bohra, Adaa Khan, and Sudha Chandran also featuring Aashka Goradia. It was replaced by the series Chandrakanta.[14]

The third season premiered on 2 June 2018 and ended on 26 May 2019.[15] It features Surbhi Jyoti, Anita Hassanandani,[16] Pearl V Puri,[17] and Rajat Tokas[18] and Rakshanda Khan. Season 3 was replaced by yet another Ekta Kapoor's series Kavach... Maha Shivratri on 25 May 2019.[19]

Contents

PlotEdit

Series overviewEdit

Season No. of episodes Originally broadcast (India)
First aired Last aired
1 62 1 November 2015 (2015-11-01) 5 June 2016 (2016-06-05)
2 75 8 October 2016 (2016-10-08) 25 June 2017 (2017-06-25)
3 104 2 June 2018 (2018-06-02) 26 May 2019 (2019-05-26)
4 TBA November 2019 TBA

Season 1Edit

Shivanya and her cousin Shesha are female shape-shifting serpents, or Ichchhadhari Naagins, who want to avenge Shivanya's parents' death. There were five murderers, but Shivanya was able to see only three of them: Ankush, Viren and Shailesh. They killed Shivanya's parents in a failed attempt to attain a precious gem with magical powers called the Naagmani.

As part of her revenge, Shivanya enters into Ankush's house as a maiden. Ankush's son Ritik, a kind-hearted and joyful young man, subsequently falls in love with Shivanya. Upon finding out about Ritik's feelings for her, Shivanya marries him for revenge. Later, she kills Viren (the first murderer) and Shailesh (the third murderer); Shivanya and Shesha also kill Ankush's friend Suri, when Shivanya learns from Shesha that Suri is the fourth murderer.

Shivanya soon realises that Ritik is really a good person, and that he is unaware of his father's evil doings. Shivanya eventually falls in love with him, much to the disappointment of Shesha, who thinks that Shivanya won't be able to kill Ankush because of her love for his son, Ritik.

Later, it is revealed that Ankush's wife, Yamini, is the fifth murderer, and that Ritik is her fraternal nephew. Yamini and Ankush had kidnapped Ritik's real father Sangram Singh, as only Ritik and his father could touch the Naagmani because of a sign on their bodies.

Shesha begins falling for Ritik because of his loving and caring nature; however, she does not let her feelings affect her actions. Upon learning about Shesha's feelings for Ritik, Yamini, who found out that Shivanya and Shesha are shape-shifting serpents, tricks Shesha into betraying Shivanya. This causes Shesha to become Shivanya's enemy, due to Shesha's obsession for Ritik and the Naagmani. Shivanya manages to kill Ankush; however, Ritik witnesses this, finds out that Shivanya is a serpent, and begins simultaneously loving and hating her.

Ritik soon learns the truth about Yamini being evil, and joins with Shivanya to protect the Naagmani. Shivanya and Ritik consummate their marriage, leading to Shivanya losing her powers. However, she and Ritik succeed in saving the Naagmani and killing Yamini, while Shesha is jailed by the Mahishmatis named Avantika and Vikram. This season ends with Shivanya becomes pregnant.

Season 2Edit

Three months after the events of the first season, Shivanya gives birth to a healthy baby girl, Shivangi, despite being six months early.

25 years later

A widowed Shivanya doesn't want Shivangi to become an Icchadhari Naagin to protect the Naagmani. A saint tells Shivanya that this can be avoided by getting Shivangi married before she turns 25. Rocky, the fiancé of Shesha and the adopted nephew of Yamini, falls in love with Shivangi. Unaware of Rocky's relation to Yamini, Shivanya arranges for him to marry Shivangi.

On the day of the wedding, Shesha, Yamini, Avantika, Kapalika, Vikram, Amar, Manav and Nidhi kills the wedding guests (including Shivangi's family) and fatally stabs Shivanya. Yamini informs Rocky about the deaths, blaming them on dacoits. Rocky feels heartbroken.

The saint informs Shivangi, who escaped from Yamini's gang, about Shivanya's life, and tells her that only she can touch the Naagmani. She sees the faces of the murderers, including someone she believes to be Rocky. Shivangi attempts to commit suicide; however, she survives and becomes a Naagin. She vows to protect the Naagmani and avenge her mother.

After a few days, it's Rocky and Shesha's wedding day. Shivangi comes to Rocky's home for revenge. Everyone is shocked to see her alive; however, Yamini and Shesha accept her, due to Shivangi being the only one who could touch the Naagmani, and Yamini has Shivangi marry Rocky.

On the day of Karwa Chauth, Nidhi, the 8th murderer of Shivanya attacks Shivangi. Rocky saves Shivangi, making her realize that Rocky is innocent. Later, Shivangi kills the rest of Shivanya's murderers.

Shesha and Yamini learn that Shivangi is a Naagin, and that she killed all of Shivanya's murderers. Shivangi turns Shesha into a statue and kills Yamini. Shivangi finds that Yamini, Mahendra (Rocky's father), and Rocky's friend Tanya's family included Manjusha (Tanya's mother) and Ranveer (Tanya's father) killed Ritik; additionally, they want the Naagmani. Rocky turns into an Icchadhari Naag (a male version of what Shivangi is) on his 27th birthday. Rocky helps Shivangi in killing all the murderers of Ritik. Later, Rocky inexplicably stabs Shivangi.

Suddenly, Ritik (Shivangi's father) who is now revealed to be alive is the one who sayed to Rocky that he did the right thing that he obeyed his orders and killed Shivangi. Shivangi dies and season ends with this.

Season 3Edit

Shivangi is dying with none of her questions answered. However, she vows to return for a revenge.

Elsewhere, in an old haveli, Ruhi - another Naagin having the ability to shape-shift after hundred years of penance, dances with her lover, Vikrant under the moonlight in the joy of their much anticipated union. However, business tycoon, Andy Sehgal's sons, Yuvi and Aditya Sehgal arrives there with their friends and interrupts Ruhi and Vikrant who are about to get married. They misbehaves with Ruhi and assaults her, causing Vikrant to take his serpent form. The friends leave Ruhi but an agitated Adi shoots Vikrant. After Vikrant falls down from the hills, Mahir (Yuvi's elder brother) arrives there but cannot know what had happened. Vikrant dies while Ruhi vows to return to revenge her lover's death.


CastEdit

Main castEdit

  • Mouni Roy (Seasons 1, 2 and 3)[20] in a double role as Shivanya and Mahanaagrani Shivangi
  • Arjun Bijlani (Seasons 1, 2 and 3)[21] in a double role as Prince Ritik Singh and King Sangram Singh
  • Adaa Khan (Seasons 1-4)[22] as Shesha alias Ruchika / Takshika / Ku-Sarpo ki Raani Shesha
  • Sudha Chandran (Seasons 1, 2 and 3) as Princess Yamini Singh Raheja / Namrata Devi Nikanj
  • Surbhi Jyoti (Season 3-4) as Naag Rani Ruhi (Bela)/ Naag Rani Shraavani
  • Rakshanda Khan (Season 3-4) as Nidhog clan Naag Rani Sumitra/Sumitra Sehgal (Andy Sehgal's wife)


The following cast members have been credited as main cast in the opening credits:

Actor/Actress Character Appearances
1 2 3 4
Mouni Roy Shivanya (Naagin) Main Recurring Guest
Shivangi (Naagin) Main Guest
Arjun Bijlani Ritik Main Guest
Adaa Khan Shesha (Naagin) Main Guest
Sudha Chandran Yamini Main Guest
Aashka Goradia Avantika Guest Main
Karanvir Bohra Rocky (Naag) Main Guest
Kinshuk Mahajan Rudra (Naag) Main
Surbhi Jyoti Bela / Ruhi / Shraavni(Naagin) Main
Karishma Tanna Guest
Pearl V Puri Mahir/ Mihir Main
Anita Hassanandani Vishakha (Naagin) Main
Rajat Tokas Vikrant (Naag) Main
Rakshanda Khan Sumitra (Naagin) Main

Recurring castEdit

The following cast members have appeared in the show while maintaining a recurring status:

Actor/Actress Character Description Appearances
1 2 3
Manish Khanna Ankush Raheja aka Anky Princess Yamini's royal gardener-turned-husband Recurring
Akhilesh Raheja aka Anky-2 Anky's twin brother, known by the name Anky-2 Recurring
Sharika Raira Amrita Raheja Ankush and Yamini's oldest child and only daughter Recurring
Siddharth Shivpuri Angad Raheja Ankush and Yamini's youngest child and only son Recurring
Swati Jain Divya Raheja Ankush's nephew Recurring
Vimarsh Roshan Viren Raheja Ankush Raheja's nephew Recurring
Gunjan Walia Chhaya Raheja Viren Raheja's wife Recurring
Bhuvan Chopra Shailesh Mathur One of the royal servants of Sooryavanshi kingdom Recurring
Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal / Karuna Verma Ramya Mathur Shailesh Mathur's wife Recurring
Puja Sharma Tanvi Mathur Shailesh and Ramya's daughter Recurring
Pranav Misshra Arjun Mathur Shailesh's cousin Recurring
Mazher Sayed Suri One of the royal servants of Sooryavanshi kingdom Recurring
Priya Shinde Monisha Suri's third wife Guest
Kamalika Guha Thakurta Guru Maa sorceress-cum-priestess Recurring
Gaurav Gera Chutki a funny Naagin Guest
Rajat Tokas Kabir An Ichchadhari Nevla or shape-shifting banded mongoose Recurring
Kaushal Kapoor Unnamed Kabir's fake father Guest
Shahnaz Rizwan Unnamed Kabir's fake mother Guest
Madhura Naik Mayuri An Ichchadhari Morni or shape-shifting female Indian peafowl Recurring
Lavina Tandon unnamed girl The girl who got possessed by Goddess Kali. Guest
Vishal Puri King Vikram Queen Avantika's former general Guest Recurring
Sriti Jha Narrator of Season 2 Première voiceover Guest
Lalit Bisht Aditiya Shivangi's ex-flaance. Guest
Vishal Bharadwaj Shishupal The former King of the Mahishmati Kingdom Guest
Kalyani Chaitanya Kapalika An evil sorceress Recurring
Swati Anand Maansi Mehra (née Nikanj) Rocky's adoptive/foster paternal aunt Recurring
Unknown Amar Mehra Maansi's husband Recurring
Indresh Malik Maanav Nikanj Yamini's partner in crime Recurring
Pyumori Mehta Ghosh Nidhi Nikanj Maanav's wife Recurring
Aryan Pandit Roumil Nikanj Maanav and Nidhi's son Recurring
Shirin Sewani Alia Mehra Amar and Maansi's daughter Recurring
Manas Adhiya Sushant Mehra Amar and Maansi's son. Recurring
Rutpanna Aishwarya Avni Nikanj Maanav and Nidhi's daughter. Recurring
Pankaj Vishnu Anant Ritik's friend,Shivanya's foster brother,Gautami and Sapna's father. Recurring
Monica Sharma Gautami Shivangi's adoptive cousin, Anant's daughter, Sapna's sister. Recurring
Naazuk Lochan Sapna Gautami's sister, Anant's daughter. Recurring
Vineet Kumar Chaudhary Mahish A shape-shifting male Indian bison Recurring
Vindhya Tiwari[24] Queen Takshika of Takshak Clan The former monarch of Takshak Clan of shape-shifting serpents Guest
Rohan Gandotra[25] Anshuman An Ichchadhari Naag or shape-shifting Serpent Recurring
Malhar Pandya Nishank An Ichchadhari Naag Guest
Anjali Ujjwane Uttara A tribal woman with knowledge in witchcraft Recurring
Rohit Sagar Mahendra Pratap Singh Rocky's biological father Recurring
Jaineeraj Rajpurohit Ranveer The father of Rocky's friend Tanya Recurring
Arzoo Govitrikar Manjusha The mother of Rocky's friend Tanya Recurring
Shagun Ajmani Tanya Ranveer and Manjusha's daughter, Rocky's friend. Recurring
Abha Parmar Maha Mata Tapaswini Queen Takshika's chief advisor and a skilled sorceress Recurring
Chetan Hansraj[26] Andy Sehgal A business tycoon Recurring
Pavitra Punia[27] Poulomi Roy Andy's mistress and the mother of his children Aditya and Pratham. Recurring
Simran Sachdev[28] Kuhu Jaiswal (née Sehgal) Andy-Sumitra's second child and only daughter, RJ's wife and Ruhi's mother. Recurring
Rohit Choudhary[29] Rohit Jaiswal Kuhu's husband Recurring
Ankit Mohan[30] Yuvraj Sehgal aka Yuvi Andy-Sumitra's second son, Ravi's ex-boyfriend, Bela's ex-fiancé. Recurring
Puneett Chouksey[31] Aditya Sehgal aka Adi Andy-Poulomi's elder son and Andy's third son overall Recurring
Mithil Jain[32] Pratham Sehgal Andy-Poulomi's younger son, Suhani's husband. Recurring
Charvi Saraf[33][34] Suhani Sehgal (née Munshi) Sunil Munshi's daughter, Daksh's younger sister and Bela's friend. Recurring
Aman Gandhi[35] Daksh Munshi The family accountant Sunil Munshi's son, Pratham's brother-in-law. Recurring
Shahab Khan Sunil Munshi Sumitra's family's chief accountant Recurring
Kushabh Manghani[36] Karan The manager Recurring
Naveen Sharma[37] Rehan Mittal Shekhar Mittal and Mukti Mittal's son, Anu's elder brother and Yuvi's friend Recurring
Heli Daruwala[38] Anu Mittal Rehan's younger sister and Kuhu's best friend. Recurring
Deepali Kamath Mukti Mittal Andy's friend Shekhar Mittal's wife and Rehan and Anu's mother. Recurring
Rupesh Kataria[39] Bultu Yuvi's friend Recurring
Heer Chopra Sonal Bultu's girlfriend who was killed by Vikraant in the haveli. Guest
Sakshi Pradhan Raavi Saluja Yuvi's ex-girlfriend. Recurring
Melanie Nazareth Naag-Rani Maa The former Queen of Shesh-Naag Clan of shape-shifting serpents, and Ruhi (Bela) and Juhi's mother. Recurring
Roopali Prakash Naagin Juhi An Ichchhadhaari Naagin, she was the younger sister of Naag Rani Bela and daughter of Naag Rani Maa. Recurring
Saptrishi Ghosh Naag Arvind An Ichchhadhaari Naag. Recurring
Manoj Kolhatkar Naag-Pandit / Jagmohan Sharma (fake identity) Naag-Rani Ruhi aka Bela's chief advisor. Recurring
Adhvik Mahajan[40] ACP Ajitabh Singh A cop with a witty sense of humor. Recurring
Mahira Sharma[41] Jamini A Chudail, Rehan's supposed girlfriend. Recurring
Prince Narula Shahnawaz Ali aka Shaan (pseudonym) A highly skilled snake-charmer. Guest
Aly Goni Vyom An Ichchadhari gidd or shape-shifting Indian vulture Recurring
Geetanjali Mishra Amrita An Ichchadhari gidd or shape-shifting Indian vulture (Vyom's mother). Recurring
Adish Vaidya Amit An Ichchadhari gidd or shape-shifting Indian vulture (Vyom's brother). Recurring
Aditi Sharma Rinky An Ichchadhari gidd or shape-shifting Indian vulture (Vyom's sister). Recurring
Mreenal Deshraj Rohini An Ichchadhari Naagin or shape-shifting serpent, Alekh's wife and Sumitra's younger sister. Recurring
Amit Dhawan Alekh An Ichchadhari Naag or shape-shifting Serpent, Rohini's husband. Recurring
Sangeeta Chauhan Avi A stranger who helps Serpent-Queen Bela, Vishakha and Vikraant to enter Sumitra's house. Guest
Aditi Sharma Shivli The girl who was chosen by Sumitra to wed Mahir Guest
Khushwant Walia Raj Shivli's brother. Guest
Mala Salariya Mona Shivli's sister. Guest
Karishma Tanna Huzoor (Ruhi's doppleganger) A demoness with the power to shape-shift into a serpent, Hukum's right-hand. Guest
Zuber K. Khan Ritvik A paranormal investigator who is Maahir's cousin. Guest
Nikitin Dheer Hukum An evil demon who is the biological father of Taamsi. Recurring
Aleena Lambe/ Krishna Mukherjee Taamsi (Andhkasur)/ Tanya The most powerful and dreaded demoness in the world Recurring
Deepak Wadhwa Mohit Samarjeet and Kanika's elder son, Mihir's elder brother. Recurring
Akash Rawat Rohan Mihir and Mohit's friend. Recurring
Sumit Wadhwa Gaurav Mihir and Mohit's friend. Recurring
Jiten Lalwani Samarjeet Mihir and Mohit's father. Recurring
Madhuri Pandey Kanika Mihir and Mohit's mother. Recurring
Prachee Pathak Ambar Samarjeet's elder sister, Mihir and Mohit's aunt. Recurring
Sanjay Swaraj Maha Sapera Hired by Sumitra to trap Bela and Vishakya. Guest

RatingsEdit

Season 1Edit

Episode Weekly rank
(in ratings)
BARC ratings Television viewership
(in millions (TVM))[42]
Weekly rank
(in viewership)
1 1 4.2 15676 1
2 & 3 1 4.3 16741 1
4 & 5 1 4.5 N/A 1
6 & 7 1 5.2 16.71% 1
8 & 9 1 5.7 19.57% 1
10 & 11 1 5.1 17.81% 1
12 & 13 1 5.3 18.52% 1
14 & 15 1 5.8 18.54% 1
16 & 17 1 5.8 19.84% 1
18 & 19 1 4.4 19.82% 1
20 1 5.3 18.12% 1
21 & 22 1 5.3 17.11% 1
23 & 24 1 5.5 19.54% 1

Season 2Edit

In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Year / week Episodes Broadcast date BARC ratings (urban)[43]
Nationwide Ranking (Nationwide)
Week 41, 2016 1 – 2 8 October 2016 – 9 October 2016 8.8% (8838)[44] 1
Week 42, 2016 3 – 4 15 October 2016 – 16 October 2016 8.2% (8272)[45] 1
Week 43, 2016 5 – 6 22 October 2016 – 23 October 2016 8% (7979)[46] 1
Week 44, 2016 7 – 8 29 October 2016 – 30 October 2016 6.6% (6617)[47] 2
Week 45, 2016 9 – 10 5 November 2016 – 6 November 2016 8.6% (8605)[48] 1
Week 46, 2016 11 – 12 12 November 2016 – 13 November 2016 9.2% (9168)[49] 1
Week 47, 2016 13 – 14 19 November 2016 – 15 November 2016 9.1% (9133)[50] 1
Week 48, 2016 15 – 16 26 November 2016 – 27 November 2016 10.2% (10214)[51] 1
Week 49, 2016 17 – 18 3 December 2016 – 4 December 2016 9.4% (9370)[52] 1
Week 50, 2016 19 – 20 10 December 2016 – 11 December 2016 8.5% (8460)[53] 1
Week 51, 2016 21 – 22 17 December 2016 – 18 December 2016 8.8% (8753)[54] 2
Week 52, 2016 23 – 24 24 December 2016 – 25 December 2016 9.1% (9076)[55] 1
Week 1, 2017 25 – 26 31 December 2016 – 1 January 2017 8% (7986)[56] 1
Week 2, 2017 27 – 28 7 January 2017 – 8 January 2017 8.4% (8414)[57] 1
Week 3, 2017 29 – 30 14 January 2017 – 15 January 2017 7.4% (7410)[58] 1
Week 4, 2017 31 – 32 21 January 2017 – 22 January 2017 7.3% (7297)[59] 1
Week 5, 2017 33 – 34 28 January 2017 – 29 January 2017 7.4% (7416)[60] 1
Week 6, 2017 35 – 36 4 February 2017 – 5 February 2017 8.1% (8126)[61] 1
Week 7, 2017 37 – 38 11 February 2017 – 12 February 2017 7.4% (7377)[62] 1
Week 8, 2017 39 – 40 18 February 2017 – 19 February 2017 7.9% (7940)[63] 1
Week 9, 2017 41 – 42 25 February 2017 – 26 February 2017 7.8% (7829)[64] 1
Week 10, 2017 43 – 44 4 March 2017 – 5 March 2017 7.1% (7113)[65] 1
Week 11, 2017 45 – 46 11 March 2017 – 12 March 2017 7.7% (7732)[66] 1
Week 12, 2017 47 – 48 18 March 2017 – 19 March 2017 7.69% (7690)[67] 1
Week 13, 2017 49 – 50 25 March 2017 – 26 March 2017 7.9% (7987)[68] 1

Season 3Edit

In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.[69]

Year / week Episodes Broadcast date BARC ratings (urban + rural)[43]
Nationwide Ranking (nationwide)
Week 23, 2018 1 – 2 2 June 2018 – 3 June 2018 16.5% (16545)[70] 1
Week 24, 2018 3 – 4 9 June 2018 – 10 June 2018 14% (14103)[71] 1
Week 25, 2018 5 – 6 16 June 2018 – 17 June 2018 14.5% (14559)[72] 1
Week 26, 2018 7 – 8 23 June 2018 – 24 June 2018 14.5% (14579)[73] 1
Week 27, 2018 9 – 10 30 June 2018 – 1 July 2018 14.3% (14374)[73] 1
Week 28, 2018 11 – 12 7 July 2018 – 8 July 2018 13.9% (13910)[74] 1
Week 29, 2018 13 – 14 14 July 2018 – 15 July 2018 15.5% (15466)[75] 1
Week 30, 2018 15 – 16 21 July 2018 – 22 July 2018 15.8% (15818)[76] 1
Week 31, 2018 17 28 July 2018 16.7% (16677)[77] 1
Week 32, 2018 18 – 19 4 August 2018 – 5 August 2018 15.2% (15221)[78] 1
Week 33, 2018 20 – 21 11 August 2018 – 12 August 2018 14.8% (14835)[79] 1
Week 34, 2018 22 – 23 18 August 2018 – 19 August 2018 15.2% (15528)[80] 1
Week 35, 2018 24 – 25 25 August 2018 – 26 August 2018 13.6% (13612)[81] 1
Week 36, 2018 26 – 27 1 September 2018 – 2 September 2018 14.2% (14294)[82] 1
Week 37, 2018 28 – 29 8 September 2018 – 9 September 2018 14.2% (14422)[83] 1
Week 38, 2018 28 – 29 15 September 2018 – 16 September 2018 15.4% (15402)[84] 1
Week 39, 2018 30 – 31 22 September 2018 – 23 September 2018 14.5% (14488)[85] 1
Week 40, 2018 32 – 33 29 September 2018 – 30 September 2018 14.6% (14641)[86] 1
Week 41, 2018 34 – 35 6 October 2018 – 7 October 2018 13.4% (13406)[87] 1
Week 42, 2018 36 – 37 13 October 2018 – 14 October 2018 13.1% (13093)[88] 1
Week 43, 2018 38 – 39 20 October 2018 – 21 October 2018 13.1% (13135)[89] 2
Week 44, 2018 40 – 41 27 October 2018 – 28 October 2018 12.4% (12376)[90] 3
Week 45, 2018 42 – 43 3 November 2018 – 4 November 2018 12.8% (12796) 2
Week 46, 2018 44 – 45 10 November 2018 – 11 November 2018 13,2% (13164) 1
Week 47, 2018 46 – 47 17 November 2018 – 18 November 2018 13,6% (13621) 2
Week 48, 2018 48 – 49 24 November 2018 – 25 November 2018 12,3% (12325) 4
Week 49, 2018 50 – 51 1 December 2018 – 2 December 2018 12,6% (12573) 3
Week 50, 2018 52 - 53 8 December 2018 - 9 December 2018 13,2% (13190) 2
Week 51, 2018 54 - 55 15 December 20118 - 16 December 2018 13,1% (13051) 2
Week 52,2018 56 - 57 22 December 2018 - 23 December 2018 12,3% (12271) 2
Week 1, 2019 58 - 59 - 60 29 December 2018 - 30 December 2018 - 31 December 2018 9,1% (9111) 11
Week 2, 2019 61 - 62 5 January 2019 - 6 January 2019 14,3% (14277) 1
Week 3, 2019 63 - 64 12 January 2019 - 13 January 2019 13,6% (13633) 1
Week 4, 2019 65 - 66 19 January 2019 - 20 January 2019 13,5% (13469) 3
Week 5, 2019 67 - 68 26 January 2019 - 27 January 2019 12,4% (12394) 2
Week 14, 2019 87 - 88 30 March 2019 - 31 March 2019 5,7% (5729) 4
Week 15, 2019 89 - 90 6 April 2019 - 7 April 2019 5,7% (5747) 3
Week 16, 2019 91 - 92 13 April 2019 - 14 April 2019 N/A N/A
Week 17, 2019 93 - 94 20 April 2019 - 21 April 2019 5,5% (5498) 5
Week 18, 2019 95 - 96 27 April 2019 - 28 April 2019 5,9% (5872) 2
Week 19, 2019 97 - 98 4 May 2019 - 5 May 2019 5,5% (5526) 5
Week 20, 2019 99 - 100 11 May 2019 - 12 May 2019 5,7% (5681) 4
Week 22, 2019 103 - 104 25 May 2019 - 26 May 2019 N/A 1

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Season Result
2016 Gold Awards Best Actress in Negative Role (Critics) Adaa Khan Season 1 Won[91]
Best Actor in Lead Role (Critics) Arjun Bijlani
Best Actress in Lead Role (Popular) Mouni Roy
Best Crime/Thriller/VFX Ekta Kapoor
Best Actor in Lead Role (Popular) Arjun Bijlani Nominated
Best TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor
Golden Petal Awards Power Packed Performer of the Year Sudha Chandran Won[92]
Personality of the Year Mouni Roy
Best TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor
16th Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actress in Lead Role (Popular) Mouni Roy Won[93]
Best Serial (Popular) Ekta Kapoor
2017 10th Boroplus Gold Awards Best Actress in Negative Role (Critics) Adaa Khan Season 2 Won[94]
Boroplus Face of the Year Mouni Roy
Best Actress in Lead Role (Critics)
Best Actor in Lead Role (Critics) Karanvir Bohra
Best TV Show Based on Crime/Thriller/VFX Ekta Kapoor
Best Actor in Lead Role (Popular) Arjun Bijlani Nominated
Best Actress in Lead Role (Popular) Mouni Roy
Best TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor
Golden Petal Awards Best Actress in a Comic Role Sudha Chandran Won[95][96]
Best Actor (Female) Mouni Roy
Best Editor (Fiction) Vicky Sharma
BIG Zee Entertainment Awards BIG Zee Most Entertaining TV Actor (Female) Mouni Roy Won[97][98]
BIG Zee Most Entertaining TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor
BIG Zee Most Entertaining TV Actor (Male) Karanvir Bohra Nominated[99]
Zee Rishtey Awards Zee Rishton Ki Parakh Ekta Kapoor Won[100]
2018 Zee Rishtey Awards Zee Rishton Ki Parakh Ekta Kapoor Season 3 Won[101]
Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actress (Jury) Surbhi Jyoti Nominated
Highest Rated Show on Television Ekta Kapoor Won[102]
2019 Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in Supporting Role Anita Hassanandani Won[103]
Best Actor In Lead Role Male (Popular) Pearl V Puri Nominated[104]
Best Actor In Lead Role Female (Popular) Surbhi Jyoti
Best Jodi (Popular) Pearl V Puri & Surbhi Jyoti

Adaptations and broadcastEdit

Country Language Channel Show name Season Aired (date) Ref.
India Malayalam Surya TV Naga Kanyaka
നാഗ കന്യക
Season 1 20 June 2016 [105]
Season 2 19 June 2017 [106]
Season 3 27 August 2018 – present
Telugu Gemini TV Naagini
నాగిని
Season 1 N/A [107]
season 3 13 August 2018–present
Tamil Sun TV Naagini
நாகினி
Season 1 27 June 2016 – 21 January 2017
Colors Tamil Season 2 20 February 2018 [108][109]
Season 3 18 June 2018 – present
Bengali Colors Bangla Naagin
নাগিন
Season 1 N/A [110]
Season 2 17 April 2017 – 31 June 2018
Pakistan Urdu Filmazia TV Naagin
ناگن
Season 1 1 November 2015 [111][112]
Season 2 18 August 2017 [113]
Vietnam Vietnamese Echannel (VTVCab5) Lady Serpent Revenge
Xà Nữ Báo Thù (Season 1)
Tình người kiếp rắn (Season 2)
Season 1 15 July 2016 – 23 September 2016 [114]
Season 2 3 September 2018 – present [115]
Indonesia Indonesian SCTV Naagin Season 1 N/A [116]
Indosiar early 2017
Naagin 2 Season 2 Q2 – August 2017 [117]
Thailand Thai Channel 3 Naagin
นาคิน
Season 1 N/A [118]
Sri Lanka Tamil Shakthi TV Neeya
நீயா
Season 1 20 August 2017
Season 2 2017
Sinhalese Sirasa TV Prema Dadayama
ප්‍රේම දඩයම
Season 1 2016
Season 2 2017
Season 3 2018
Malaysia Hindi TV3 Naagin Season 1 6 November 2017 [119]

ReceptionEdit

In its launch week, the series topped the ratings charts[120][121] and continued to do so throughout its first season.

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