Qurbaan Hua (transl. sacrificed) is an Indian Hindi-language drama television series which broadcast on Zee TV and on ZEE5 before the TV telecast.[2] It was produced by Full House Media of Sonali Jaffer and Amir Jaffer.

Qurbaan Hua
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GenreDrama
Created bySonali Jaffer
Amir Jaffer
Written bySameer Garud
Shilpa Jathar
Gaurav Sharma
Zaheer Shaikh
Directed bySumit kumar sodani
Creative directorsAjay Bhardwaj
Yakshi Burathoki
StarringRajveer Singh
Pratibha Ranta[1]
Opening themeQurbaan Hua
Country of originIndia
Original languagesHindi
Urdu
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes363
Production
ProducersSonali Jaffer
Amir Jaffer
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22 minutes
Production companyFull House Media
DistributorZee Entertainment Enterprises
Release
Original networkZee TV
Picture format576i
1080i (HDTV)
Original release25 February 2020 (2020-02-25) –
17 September 2021 (2021-09-17)

The show premiered on 25 February 2020 in the 10 PM timeslot and replaced Ishq Subhan Allah to another timeslot of 10:30 PM. But after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, on 14 December 2020, show time slot was changed to 10:30 PM. The show replaced Ram Pyaare Sirf Hamare. 10 PM slot was allotted to Kyun Rishton Mein Katti Batti

The serial was cancelled on September 17, 2021 due to low TRP ratings.

PlotEdit

The story revolves around Neel and Chahat and their mad desire to destroy each other's families. Neelkanth "Neel" Bhatt Dhyani is a famous chef who comes from a Hindu Brahmin family. He has a hatred towards his father, the strict Vyas Ji, because he was not present when Neel's mother was on her death bed. But loves his sister Saraswati. Chahat Rahil Baig is a happy-go-lucky girl who looks after her father, Dr Rahil Baig. Saraswati's husband, Alekh, cheats on her, and she gets to know. She reaches the hospital of Chahat's father and dies on the operation table. Alekh blames Rahil Baig, and thus Neel starts to hate him and Chahat. Rahil disappears out of a sudden, and Chahat vows to find him. She and Neel have a fake marriage and stay in Neel's house. Since Vyas Ji has a hatred towards Muslims, Neel tells him that Chahat is a Hindu girl, just like him, and they both hide this fact from the family members.

Now both Neel and Chahat want to find Dr Baig for different reasons. Neel wants to send Rahil to jail for killing his sister, and Chahat wants to find and send her father out of the city to save him from Neel. Moreover, the duo faces problems created by Alekh, Godambari( Neel's aunt) and Naveli (Neel's cousin sister). While creating so, Neel and Chahat come closer to each other, and they forget their enmity. Soon, they come across Gazala Rahil Baig, Chahat's stepmother. She cruel and wicked and has been taking Rahil hostage. Chahat tries to take away her father from her but fails. Neel also joins in her quest. Soon, Neel faces an accident and presumed dead, leaving Chahat heartbroken. To make matters worse, Alekh decides to marry her. But on the marriage day, a stranger comes and claims himself to be Neel. The stranger's face has lots of stitches, and no one except Chahat refuses to believe that he is Neel. Soon, the new Neel gains everyone including Vyas Ji's trust that he is Neel. Chahat is happy to be with Neel, and they both fall in love. Later, Neel finds Chahat's father and presents him to her. But instead of being happy, she scolds him and tells Neel that he is behind Neel's accident and shows him the video. Later, on the fear that Chahat's true identity of being a Muslim will be exposed, Neel asks her to leave him. Heartbroken, Chahat leaves Neel and comes across Kashmira, Neel's girlfriend. She becomes trouble for Neel and Chahat and tries to expose Chahat in every possible way to get Neel back. Later, Kashmira kidnaps Chahat and calls Neel to an unknown place. Neel comes there and finds Chahat in an unconscious state and tries to wake her up. Soon, Chahat reveals to Neel that it was her and Kashmira's plan to make his return to her.

Later, everyone in Neel's house gets to know that Chahat is a Muslim. Gazala takes Chahat away and plans to marry Rehmat, an older man, who told her that he would help in her political career, whereas Vyas Ji decides to get Neel married to Kashmira. At Chahat's wedding, Neel escapes and tries to stop it but is beaten up by Gazala's goons and left to die but is saved by some men. Elsewhere, Chahat pretends to have consumed poison. Here comes Zubeida Baig, Chahat's Badi Ammi (Paternal grandmother). She plans to stay there till Chahat gets married, unaware of Gazala's evil intentions. On her father's telling, Chahat decides to run away but is stopped by Neel, disguised as a Muslim man. He introduces himself as Qasim, and Zubeida gives him the job of Chahat's bodyguard. Later they both get married, but Vyas Ji refuses to accept Chahat as his daughter-in-law. The rest of the story forms whether Vyas Ji will accept Chahat or continue troubling her and Neel.

Chahat gets pregnant with Neel’s child. She wears a bomb coat and falls in the river to make Neel believe she died. After months, Neel sees Chahat in labour and thinks she deceived him as he sees Sahil calling himself Chahat's husband. Actually, Sahil saved Chahat, and he stayed all these months with Chahat during her pregnancy. Chahat is rushed to the hospital and gives birth to twins - one girl and one boy. Neel takes the newborn boy when he sees Sahil selling the baby to someone.

After 7 years,

Neel stays with his son Shlok and Chahat with her daughter Dua. Shlok is religious and kind-hearted but naive, Dua is mischievous, bold and caring. Chahat and Neel both arrive with Dua and Shlok, respectively, for a tournament in Shimla. Shlok and Chahat meet and form a friendly bond. And eventually, Shlok starts considering Chahat as his mother, calling her masi, whereas Neel and Dua meet and develops a hate relationship. Chahat meets Vyas Ji in a disabling mental condition and decides to find out the truth about the latter's condition. During a race, Alaknanda makes Dua fall and let Shlok win, but Dua finds it out and secretly hides in the car with Neel to Devprayag.

CastEdit

MainEdit

  • Karan Jotwani (before plastic surgery) / Rajveer Singh (after plastic surgery) as Neelkanth "Neel" Bhatt Dhyani: Vyasji's son, Saraswati's brother, Chahat's husband, Shlok and Dua's father. (2020–2021)
  • Pratibha Ranta as Chahat Neelkanth Baig Dhyani: Rahil and Zeenat's daughter, Gazala's step-daughter, Neel's wife, Shlok and Dua's mother. (2020-2021)
  • Vidhaan Sharma as Shlok Bhatt Dhyani: Neel and Chahat's son, Dua's twin brother. (2021)
  • Kisha Arora as Dua Bhatt Dhyani: Neel and Chahat's daughter, Shlok's twin sister. (2021)

RecurringEdit

  • Sonali Nikam as Saraswati Bhatt Dhyani (née Nautiyal): Vyasji's daughter, Neel's sister, Alekh's wife, Kripa's mother. (2020) (Dead)
  • Parakh Madan as Gazala Baig: Chahat's step-mother, Akram's mother, Rahil's second wife. She hates Chahat. (2020–2021)
  • Sshrey Pareek as Sahil: Chahat's former friend, Dua's adoptive father. (2020–2021) (Dead)
  • Aayam Mehta as
    • Madhavanand "Vyasji" Bhatt Dhyani: Agam and Jamunaprasad's brother, Saraswati and Neel's father. (2020–2021)
    • Agam Bhatt Dhyani: Madhavanand and Jamunaprasad's brother, Neel, Saraswati and Naveli's uncle (2021)
  • Nitin Bhasin as Jamunaprasad Bhatt Dhyani: Madhavanand and Agam's brother; Godambhari's husband; Naveli's father. (2020–2021)
  • Neelam Pathania as Godambhari Bhatt Dhyani: Jamunaprasad's wife; Naveli's mother. (2020–2021)
  • Nishad Vaidya as Alekh Nautiyal: Saraswati's widowed husband, Kripa's father, Naveli's ex-husband. (2020–2021)
  • Alisha Parveen as Naveli Bhatt Dhyani: Jamunaprasad and Godambhari's daughter, Neel and Saraswati's cousin, Alekh's ex-wife, Bhupendra’s wife (2020–2021)
  • Sanjay Gurbaxani as Dr. Rahil Baig: Gazala and Zeenat's husband, Chahat's father. (2020-2021) (Dead)
  • MD Patel as Bhupendra: Neel's friend. He owns a bakery in Devprayag, Naveli‘s husband (2020–2021)
  • Muhammed Lunat as Akram: Gazala's son, Rahil's step-son, Chahat's step-brother. (2020)
  • Tanya Sharma as Kashmira "Mira" Awashti: Neel's ex-girlfriend. (2020–2021)
  • Mamta Luthra as Zubeida Baig: Dr. Baig's mother; Chahat's grandmother. (2021)
  • Sapna Devalkar as Alaknanda: Chahat’s namesake sister, Shlok's adoptive mother; Neel's former fiancée (2021)
  • Akhil Akkineni as Alaknanda's friend (2021)
  • Bellamkonda Sreenivas as Vijay (2021)
  • Ayaz Ahmed as Zain Siddiqui (2021)

ProductionEdit

The production and airing of the show was halted indefinitely in late March 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak in India.[3] Because of the outbreak, the filming of television series and films was halted on 19 March 2020 and expected to resume on 1 April 2020 and the series was last broadcast on 20 March 2020 when the remaining episodes were aired.[4][5][6] The filming resumed on 28 June 2020 and airing to resume on 14 July 2020.[7]

In August 2021, Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited aired the promo of the show on Zee Anmol and announced the date of its Re-run on Zee Anmol. The show get 8pm slot from 17 August 2021.[8] The show will air under title of Tera Mera Nata Koii.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "SBB संग कुर्बान हुआ की चाहत का स्पेशल डे आउट". Aaj Tak (in Hindi). 13 March 2020.
  2. ^ "ZEE TV to launch new weekday fiction 'Qurbaan Hua' in February". Biz Asia. 28 January 2020. Retrieved 30 January 2020.
  3. ^ "Television Industry in a Slump With the Lockdown". The Quint. 12 May 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. ^ "Coronavirus outbreak: Film and television shootings to stop till March 31". India Today.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  5. ^ "COVID-19 impact: TV industry braces for loss as production stalled". Live Mint. 23 March 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  6. ^ "Entertainment industry welcomes Maharashtra govts move to resume filming projects". Outlook India.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  7. ^ "'Kumkum Bhagya', 'Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega' among shows back with new episodes from July 13". Zee News. 29 June 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  8. ^ https://www.instagram.com/p/CSCfV5qDu6E/[self-published source]

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