Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke

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Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke (International Title: Young Dreams) is an Indian television series, which premiered on 21 May 2012 and was broadcast on Zee TV.[3][4] The show was all about celebrating adolescence depicting the lives of two teenage girls, Gunjan and Rachna. The teenage years mark the real beginning of a person's blossoming youth and the events that occur in one's life in this period leave permanent imprints affecting his/her personality. The Show Was Dubbed In English and aired on Zee World on DSTv channel: 166. The show ended on 23 January 2015.

Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke
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GenreIndian soap opera
Drama
Created byShakuntalam Telefilms
Written byAnjum Abbas
Lavleen Mishra
Directed byRajesh Babbar
StarringRoopal Tyagi as Gunjan
Mahima Makwana as Rachna
Ankit Gera as Mayank
Piyush Sahdev as Kabir
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes707
Production
ProducersShyamashish Bhattacharya
Neelima Bajpai
Production locationsVaranasi
Mumbai
Camera setupMulti camera
Running timeApprox. 21 minutes
Release
Original networkZee TV
Picture format576i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original release21 May 2012 (2012-05-21) –
23 January 2015 (2015-01-23)[1][2]
External links
Website

PremiseEdit

The show follows the lives of two teenage girls, Gunjan and Rachna. It shows stages in their lives including love, marriage and other problems faced by young women.

PlotEdit

Gunjan Sandhu, a fun-loving girl lives in Mumbai with her mother Sneha. Her father Aakash lives for his business in Australia. Suffering cancer, Sneha expresses concern for Gunjan. Shy and introverted, Rachna Garg hails from Benaras. Her father, Dayal wants to get her married off if she fails in her exams. As Sneha dies, Rachna's mother Shail brings Gunjan to Benaras.

The Gargs later celebrate their son Mayank's return to home. Rachna and Gunjan become friends. Rachna is interested in hockey. Later, Dayal also supports her, but fixes her wedding to Vihaan, who flirts with Gunjan. She exposes him and the alliance is broken off. Shail announces Mayank and Gunjan's wedding, but on the day, Charu marries him.

Rachna, her boss Kabir and Gunjan expose Charu, who is jailed. Gunjan and Mayank marry. Working in Kabir's company, Rachna falls for him but he leaves her for caring for Bittu, his mentally ill brother. She decides to care for him and leaves. Mayank and Gunjan start fighting and part ways for 6 months.

6 months laterEdit

Mayank and Gunjan miss each other, returning home to tell family they failed to unite. Bittu is hospitalised; Rachna still cares of him. It turns out that Gunjan has lost her memory due to an accident, a truth that also leaves Rachna heartbroken. She finds a job of decorator at the house of Omkar Luthra, who is shocked to see her because she looks like his late wife, Divya.

Omkar's son Lucky is attached to Rachna, thinking she's Divya. Omkar learns that his brother Lalit killed Divya, and gets him arrested. He thanks Rachna, who consoles Lucky. Gunjan and Mayank affirm to forget the past and start afresh. Kabir returns, and Rachna still loves him. Eventually, he also realises his love for her and they marry. Rachna and Gunjan turn out to be pregnant. In the end, all family members pose for a group photo.

Special episode and eventsEdit

"Rachna Ki Sagai" was a special episode broadcast on 19 January 2013. The episode showcases Rachna and Vihaan's engagement ceremony. The episode was graced by various television actors performing on different songs.[5][6][7]

Guest List (Sagai)

"Ladakpan Ke Suhane Rang" was a three-hour Holi special event hosted by Zee TV celebrated on the sets of Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke wherein various actors from the Zee TV family performed. The episode showcases the Holi of three different states, including Shail of Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke celebrating Holi in Uttar Pradesh style, Neetu of Ek Mutthi Aasman and Saavri Bua of Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya showcasing Holi of Punjab and Rajasthan.[9][10]

"Dawat-E-Eid" was an Eid special event on the sets of Qubool Hai where Rachna and Mayank gave their individual performances.[11] A crossover episode was filmed with Ek Mutthi Aasmaan on 5 May 2014.[12]

CastEdit

MainEdit

  • Roopal Tyagi as Gunjan Garg (nèe Sandhu): Aakash and Sneha's daughter; Rachna's friend; Mayank's wife (2012–2015)
  • Mahima Makwana as Rachna Tripathi (nèe Garg): Dayal and Shail's younger daughter; Pihu's younger sister; Mayank and Dhollu's cousin; Gunjan and Chaya's friend; Kabir's wife (2012–2015)/Divya Luthra: Omkar's wife; Lucky's mother (2014)
  • Ankit Gera as Mayank Garg: Prabhu and Seema's son; Pihu, Rachna and Dhollu's cousin; Charu's ex-husband; Gunjan's husband (2012–2015)
  • Piyush Sahdev as Kabir Tripathi: Bittu's brother; Rachna's husband (2012–2015)

RecurringEdit

ProductionEdit

Development and PremierEdit

The series produced by Shakuntalam Telefilms was a story depicting the lives of youth and the problems they face. The show premiered on 21 May 2012 at 2:00 pm (UTC) and airs from Monday to Friday. At the launch event, while talking about the show, Sukesh Motwani, Fiction Head of Zee TV, said, "Sapne Suhane Ladakpan ke is all about celebrating adolescence. The show is full of hope, aspirations, wish, longing, desire and yearning. The idea was to enrich the lives of the viewers through an endearing content which will remind them of their carefree wonder years."[24] Further, producer Neelima Bajpai, said, "We’ve made the show look youthful and appealing".[24]

CastingEdit

Roopal Tyagi and Mahima Makwana were cast to play lead roles of Gunjan and Rachna respectively.[25] Vaishnavi Mahant and Manasi Salvi were cast to play the prominent roles. Ankit Gera was paired opposite Roopal Tyagi. Apparently Nikhil Chaddha was paired opposite Mahima Makwana, after his exit, in December 2013, Piyush Sahdev had been hired to play Mahima Makwana's love interest.[26] After a six-month leap, Ali Hassan makes an entry in the show to play Omkar, opposite Divya (resemblance of Rachna's face).[27] However, soon his track ended, and after three months re-enter the show recovering from his knee injury.[28] Aanchal Khurana was hired to play main villan role of Charu.[29] The rest of the cast included Alka Mogha, Harsh Rajput, Shakti Singh and Ahmad Harhash as Piyush Malhotra.

ReceptionEdit

The show was among the top-rated Indian shows and had often made its placed in the ten most watched Hindi GEC's show. In week 6,2013 with the rating of 4.3 TVR the show climbed to NO.1 spot in the Hindi GEC space,[3] with reference to the show's success the Hindustan Times stated "Television's prime time slot gets redefined".[30] The report published on May 4, 2013, stated that with 2.9 Trp the show achieved No. 3 position among top 10 fictional shows.[31] An article published by toi in 2013 quoting, "Love stories pulling up TRPs on small screen", mentioned that the show received 4.0 Trp in week 4.[4] Yet another report published on June 29, 2013, stated that the show remained at No. 6 among top 10 fiction shows Top 10 fiction shows with the rating of 2.6.[32] In week 16,2013, with the Trp of 2.5 show remained at No. 6.[33] In week 17,2014 it averaged to 5.3 TVR.[34] However, it week 18,2014 it averaged to 4.7 TVR.[35]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2012 Zee Rishtey Awards[36] Favourite Behen Roopal Tyagi, Mahima Makwana Won
Favourite Beti Mahima Makwana Won
Favourite Naya Sadasya-Female Mahima Makwana Won
Roopal Tyagi Nominated
Favourite Nayi Jodi Mahima Makwana, Zohaib Siddiqui Nominated
Roopal Tyagi, Ankit Gera Won
Favourite Popular Face-Female Mahima Makwana Nominated
Favourite Beta Ankit Gera Nominated
Zohaib Siddiqui Nominated
Favourite Dharavahik (Fiction) Shakuntalam Telefilms Nominated
Indian Telly Awards Best Fresh New Face - Female Roopal Tyagi Nominated
2013 Zee Rishtey Awards[37] Favourite Behen Roopal Tyagi, Mahima Makwana Won
Favourite Jodi Roopal Tyagi, Ankit Gera Nominated
Favourite Popular Face - Female Roopal Tyagi Nominated
Favourite Popular Face (Male) Ankit Gera Nominated
Favourite Naya Sadasya (Male) Piyush Sahdev Nominated
Favourite Saas-Sasur Alka Mogha, Bhuvnesh Shetty Nominated
Favourite Beta Ankit Gera Nominated
Favourite saas-bahu Roopal Tyagi, Alka Mogha Nominated
Favourite Bhai Ankit Gera Nominated
Favourite Parivaar Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke Won
Favourite Dharavahik (Fiction) Shakuntalam Telefilms Nominated
Indian Telly Awards Indian Telly Award for Best Actress in a Negative Role Aanchal Khurana Won
Fresh New Face Roopal Tyagi Nominated
Indian Telly Award for Best Daily Serial Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke Nominated
2014 Zee Rishtey Awards Favourite Popular Face - Female Roopal Tyagi Nominated
Favourite Saas-Bahu Roopal Tyagi, Alka Mogha Nominated
Favourite Beta Ankit Gera Nominated
Favourite Mata-Pita Vaishnavi Mahant, Shakti Singh Won
Favourite Bhai Ankit Gera Nominated
Indian Telly Awards Indian Telly Jury Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Drama) Vaishnavi Mahant Nominated

BroadcastEdit

Series was released on 21 May 2012, on Zee TV, the series also airs on Zee TV HD and Zee TV Asia. The show was also broadcast internationally on the latter's international distribution. It airs in U.K., U.S., Canada, South Africa, and on Zee TV Worldwide.

Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke's broadcasts
Country Channel Name Language
Worldwide Zee TV Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke Hindi
India Zee Anmol Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke Hindi
Zee Tamil Kaatrukkenna Veli Tamil
South Africa Zee World Young Dreams English
Russia Zee TV ЮНЫЕ ГОДЫ ЧУДЕСНЫЕ Russian
Online ZEE5 Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke Hindi
Thailand Zee Nung สองหัวใจไม่หยุดฝัน Thailand
Indonesia Zee Bioskop Cita Cinta Remaja Indonesian

ReferencesEdit

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  11. ^ "Eid Special: Karanvir Bohra, Surbhi Jyoti, Ravi Dubey have a selfie moment on the sets of Qubool Hai".
  12. ^ "Mahasangam special' of Ek Mutthi...& Sapne Suhane..." toi.
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  35. ^ "TAM Ratings: Week 18 (2014)".
  36. ^ "2012 ZEE RISHTEY AWARDS WINNER LIST, PICS & IMAGES". India Scanner.
  37. ^ "ZEE RISHTEY AWARDS 2013 WINNERS LIST". India scanner.

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