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Parvarrish – Season 2 (English: Upbringing - Season 2, abbreviated as Parvarrish or Parvarish) is an Indian soap opera that premiered on 23 November 2015 on Sony Entertainment Television India. The show is a sequel to the 2011–2013 series Parvarrish – Kuchh Khattee Kuchh Meethi (English: Upbringing – Sweet and Sour) by the same producers, creative director and writing team.

Parvarrish - Season 2
Also known as 'Parvarrish'
Genre Indian soap opera, drama
Created by DJ's Creative Unit
Written by Bijesh Jayrajan, Dilip Jha, Archita Biswas Jha and S. Manasvi, RITU BHATIA (dialogue)
Directed by Vikram Ghai
Creative director(s) Sonalika Bhonsle
Starring Anuj Pandit Sharma
Bhavika Sharma
Diana Khan
Jitendra Nokewal
Opening theme Shaan and Shankar Mahadevan
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 152
Producer(s) Deeya Singh, Tony Singh
Production location(s) Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Cinematography Dinesh singh
Editor(s) Sujeet Das
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 23 minutes
Production company(s) DJ's Creative Unit
Original network Sony Entertainment Television India and Sony Entertainment Television Asia
Picture format 720i (SDTV)
Original release November 23, 2015 (2015-11-23) – July 7, 2016 (2016-07-07)
External links
Official Website

Parvarrish – Season 2 revolves around the families of two female friends who reconnect as mothers of teenagers.[1] It focuses on the troubles in raising teenaged children and the lessons they learn from the experience. The ratings for the first season encouraged the show's renewal for a second season.[not verified in body]



Surinder Khurana and her husband Kulwinder move their middle-class family to Delhi to provide a better life for their children, Jassi and Jogi. In Delhi, Surinder meets her old friend, Nikki Gupta, and they revive their friendship and discuss issues including parenting. Nikki is an affluent working woman with a teenaged daughter, Riya.

In a Student of the Year competition, Jassi, Jogi and Riya represent their school along with rivals Aditya and Ankita. These latter two make several attempts to have the others withdrawn from the competition, with Aditya exploiting Riya's crush on him. Jogi saves Riya before things go too far

At the culmination of the competition, there is an attempt to assassinate the visiting minister of culture. Someone has also been spying on the Gupta family. Riya is kidnapped in an attempt to force her father to poison the minister, but they instead fake the minister's death to expose the culprit.

Later, Jassi, Jogi, Riya and Aditya – who has redeemed himself to the others – are driving from a party when they hit something with their car. They conceal this from their parents, and are surprised to learn a reported hit-and-run victim was the bully who chased them from the party. They soon find themselves caught in a blackmail scheme. When they ultimately confess what happened to authorities, it turns out that the hit-and-run driver was the son of the Deputy Commissioner of Police, who agrees to face the consequences of what he had done.





  1. ^ "Parvarrish – Kuchh Khatti Kuchh Meethi: about the show". Sony Entertainment TV. MULTI SCREEN MEDIA PVT. LTD. Retrieved 22 July 2012. 

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