Uttaran (transl. Donated items) is an Indian soap opera that aired on Colors TV from 1 August 2008 to 17 November 2015.[1] The third longest-running Indian television series of Colors TV, it starred Tina Datta, Rashami Desai, Nandish Sandhu, Rohit Khurana, Sreejita De and Mrunal Jain.[2][3]

Uttaran
GenreSoap opera
Written byAjay
Aseem Arora
Kumar Abhishek
Story byMitali
Shipra Arora
Directed byRavindra Gautam
Nandita Mehra
Nishchal Shome
Santosh Bhatt
Starring
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes1549[1]
Production
ProducersKalyan Guha
Rupali Guha
Harsh Dave
Production locationMumbai
CinematographySantosh Suryavanshi
Raj Panth
Production companyFilm Farm India
Original release
NetworkColors TV
Release1 December 2008 (2008-12-01) –
16 January 2015 (2015-01-16)

Plot edit

Set in Mumbai, Ichcha is the daughter of a poor widow Damini, who begins working at Jogi Thakur Mansion as a maid. Jogi's daughter Tapasya befriends Ichcha, and they share a sister-like bond. Sumitra influences Tapasya to see Ichcha differently. Tapasya gets jealous when Divya and Jogi care for Ichcha as their child, unaware that Jogi was responsible for Ichcha's father Rajendra's death.

10 years later edit

Tapasya is a rich spoilt brat. Simple, Ichcha wants to open a school to give free education to poor children. Tapasya's parents arrange their daughter's marriage with Veer Singh, a reputed and wealthy family in the society. But Tapasya never shows interest towards the marriage as she is in relationship with Siddharth (Sid). Slowly Veer falls for Ichcha for her kind and innocent character and slowly Ichcha starts liking Veer. Initially Veer's mother hesitates to accept Ichcha. Later their families agree to their relation and they're about to marry. Insecure seeing Veer shower Ichcha with expensive gifts, Tapasya does a suicide drama and begs Ichcha to let her marry Veer. Ichcha agrees and Veer marries Tapasya. On that same night Veer comes to know the truth and Tapasya tells him that it was Ichcha who forced her to marry Veer as she thinks she's not the right one for him. Next day Veer lashes out Tapasya in front of her family and forces Ichcha for the reason and she tells the truth. Though Ichcha continues to distance herself from Veer, Veer attempts to marry Ichcha divorcing Tapasya.

Veer has an older brother named Vansh who has been drug addict since he was young as a result of his uncle's bad guidance. In order to overcome his addiction, he was admitted to the rehab. The same rehab admits Ichcha's drug-addicted student. Where Ichcha visits the student to inquire about his wellbeing Iccha's gentle and kind demeanor makes Vansh fall in love with Iccha. Once Tapasya attempts to kill Ichcha with Sid's support, Veer arrives there and tries to save Ichcha. But Ichcha gets shot by Sid and Veer admits Ichcha in the hospital when Sid goes to see Tapasya in the hospital, Veer catches him and gives him over to the police. Ichcha then tells a false story, claiming she has never met Sid, even though she is aware that Sid is Tapasya's ex-boyfriend.

One day while in rehab Vansh Introduces Ichcha to Gunawanti which shocks both Ichcha and Gunawanti , as the latter tells Ichcha not to tell Vansh anything. Knowing all of this Tapasya tricks Gunwanti in Vansh and Ichcha marriage proposal.

Knowing all of this breaks Veer's heart. He is unable to stop it. Since his brother will have a happy life after all of his hardships since childhood. Once again, Tapasya is jealous of Vansh's excessive love for Ichcha. On the day of the wedding, Tapasya purposefully stains Vansh's outfit and makes him stay in a room while she cleans them. To make Vansh hate Iccha, she has all of Veer's and Ichcha's photos stuck inside the room. Vansh becomes enraged upon seeing all of this since he believes Iccha has hidden all this from him before the marriage. He then hurries to call off the wedding, during which Tapasya pretends to be innocent and convinces Vansh to marry Ichcha.

Vansh unhappily marries Ichcha, and on the night of their wedding, he criticizes Ichcha for hiding the truth from him. Where Iccha tells him that she wrote a letter to Vansh revealing her entire past, including about Veer, and that he accepted her only after reading it. Vansh shows her the letter and tells her that it only had about her childhood and not anything about Veer and leaves the house in anger. When Veer finds Vansh, Veer tells Vansh that everything between him and Ichcha has ended and pretends to be happy with Tapasya.

Using this chance, Tapasya tries to grow closer to Veer, and Vansh trusts Tapasya's words without doubt, torturing Ichcha sometimes. Vansh is nice to Ichcha, but when he remembers those past, he acts aggressively towards her. He keeps testing Ichcha's loyalty towards him. Seeing all this, Veer plans to move to USA with Tapasya. At their secret meeting, Sid criticizes Tapasya for her actions and tells her how she ruined Ichcha's and his life, and all those things happened. Tapasya becomes enraged and screams that she hates Ichcha and that's why she did all of it. Vansh arrives there, listens to all they spoke, and feels guilty for not believing his brother and wife. He calls Ichcha right away, apologizes and asks her to reach to his location, and messages Veer the same.

Comes Out from hidden, Vansh aims his pistol at Tapasya's head, asks her why she ruined everyone's lives, and threatens to kill her. Tapasya however holds Vansh responsible for everything, saying that he was a fool for believing all her words and mistrusted his wife and brother. After hearing all of this, Vansh shoots himself in the head out of guilt. This is all been captured by Sid hidden. Tapasya is shocked by his actions and leaves the area as soon as Veer and Ichcha show up. Vansh was bleeding, and when they both questioned him, he raised his hands to show Tapasya, but Ichha mistook it for Veer responsible for Vansh state and Vansh dies.

Ichcha accuses Veer of killing Vansh, enraged Gunawanti slaps Ichcha. Veer begins investigating who is truly responsible for everything and finally, he plays the full footage of the day's actions in front of everyone (Sid had handed the video to Veer as revenge on Tapasya). Knowing that Tapasya is the cause for everything, everyone is shocked and Jogi kicks Tapasya out of the house.

Gunawanti blames Ichcha. Veer finds out and exposes how Tapasya tried to kill Ichcha and made Vansh kill himself. Shocked, Jogi disowns her. Ichcha goes to Vrindavan. There, Veer arrives to unite with her.

They express their love and marry in Vrindavan; the family accepts them. Tapasya meet Raghuvendra Rathore, who falls for her, but she betrays him in game of poker. He leaves her due to her disloyalty. Pregnant with his baby, she returns to Veer's family and delivers Mukta, whom she unintentionally abandons. Veer and Ichcha raise her, unaware she is Tapasya's daughter. Ichha delivers a boy but Sumitra and Pushkar steal him.

They bribe the nurse to tell Ichcha, the boy was stillborn. Raghuvendra bumps into and takes the baby from Pushkar. He and Tapasya adopt the baby, named Yuvraj. Pregnant again, Ichha saves Veer from the cruel Avinash, who attacks him. Veer loses his memory. Ichcha kills Avinash and is jailed for 18 years. Ichcha delivers a girl in prison, and tells Damini to raise the baby, named Meethi.

18 years later edit

Meethi and Mukta are best friends just like their mothers. Ichcha returns. Arrogant and selfish, Yuvraj hates her. Meethi also presumed her dead. Kanha, whom Damini raised is a successful CEO, happily married to Surbhi. Yuvraj and Meethi were brought up by Gunvanti and Damini respectively, and Gunvanti brainwashed him against Ichcha. Sumitra reveals to Meethi that Ichcha is alive, but lies she ruined Tapasya's life since childhood. Earlier, Meethi is in denial.

But when she knows Ichcha was in prison for murder, she develops a negative opinion to her. Kanha also reveals Ichcha was in prison for murder but fails to mention she killed Avinash to save Veer. Meethi confronts and rejects Ichcha. Damini and Kanha try to convince her to forgive Ichcha. Meethi disbelieves them. Damini's attempt to unite them fails as Meethi hates Ichcha even more. Sumitra brainwashes Mukta, who gets close to Yuvraj.

Later, he tries to rape Mukta, but Ichcha saves her. Mukta realizes she misunderstood her and Meethi. Yuvraj is arrested and finds out Ichcha is his mother. His hatred for her further intensifies as she testifies against him in court, and he is incarcerated for 5 years. Veer who has still no memories, lives with Gunvanti and Amla. Reformed after living in US from years, Tapasya restores his memory. Vishnu encourages Meethi, who finally accepts Ichcha.

Eventually, Veer and Ichcha unite. Meethi marries Vishnu on Ichcha's arrangement. He is actually Avinash's son, Akash, who wants revenge. Mukta discovers his truth and tries to locate the real Vishnu, a humble blue-collar worker for an NGO, to expose Akash. He orders his goons to kidnap and kill Mukta. Fortunately, Raghuvendra saves her. At Akash and Meethi's wedding, Mukta tries to expose him but no one except Sumitra believes her.

Meanwhile, Ichcha and Tapasya risk their life to save Mukta from Veer's uncle Tej, who shoots Tapasya. Fatally, Ichcha gets hit by a truck and donates her heart to Tapasya before dying. Tapasya now cares for Meethi just like Mukta. Later, Raghuvendra gets the evidence to expose Akash. Surbhi turns out as Akash's maternal cousin. His mom, Ekadashi orders him to kill Meethi but he falls in love with her. Meethi leaves the house. Tapasya throws the pregnant Surbhi out.

Surbhi repents for her actions and dies after delivering Ajitesh. Kanha forgives her and promises to raise Ajitesh. As Vishnu and Mukta love each other, they marry and soon have a son, Manav. Meethi and Akash unite. She is accepted by his family. After undergoing a plastic surgery, Yuvraj returns as Mukta's boss for revenge. He kidnaps her. While saving her, a pregnant Meethi miscarries and disowns Yuvraj before Ekadashi banishes her. She travels to Srinagar.

Caught up in a terrorist attack by Asgar, Meethi slips into a river and is transported by the current across the border to Gilgit. Ashfaq saves her; he falls in love with and helps her in returning to India. He bids her a tearful goodbye. Akash and Meethi unite. She adopts Rani as Nandini is imprisoned because she saved Akash from and murdered his old enemy. Meethi and Akash also adopt Tamanna, whom Rani hates. Sumitra reforms.

Eventually, Sumitra and Damini convince Mukta and Meethi to unite, and in the end, reflect the everlasting friendship of Ichcha and Tapasya.

Cast edit

Main edit

  • Tina Datta as
    • Ichcha Bharti Bundela: Damini and Rajendra's daughter; Jogi's adoptive daughter; Tapasya's best friend; Vansh's widow; Veer's second wife; Yuvraj and Meethi's mother; Kanha's adoptive mother; Akash's mother-in-law; Rani and Tamanna's adoptive grandmother (2009 - 2013)(Dead)
    • Meethi Bundela Chatterjee: Ichcha and Veer's daughter; Yuvraj's younger sister; Kanha's adoptive sister; Mukta's best friend; Akash's wife; Rani and Tamanna's adoptive mother (2012 - 2015)
  • Rashami Desai as Tapasya Thakur Rathore: Divya and Jogi's daughter; Ichcha's best friend; Siddharth's ex-girlfriend; Veer and Tej's ex-wife; Raghuvendra's second wife; Mukta's mother; Ambika's step mother; Vishnu's mother-in-law; Sankrant's step mother-in-law; Manav's grandmother (2009 - 2014)
  • Nandish Sandhu/Vikas Bhalla as Veer Singh Bundela: Umed and Gunvanti's younger son; Vansh's younger brother; Tapasya's ex-husband; Ichcha's second husband; Yuvraj and Meethi's father; Kanha's adoptive father; Akash's father-in-law; Rani and Tamanna's adoptive grandfather (2009 - 2013) (Dead)
  • Rohit Khurana as
    • Vansh Singh Bundela: Umed and Gunvanti's elder son; Veer's elder brother; Ichcha's first husband (2009 - 2010) (dead)
    • Rocky Shah: Vansh's lookalike; Ruby's fiancé (2011 - 2012)
  • Sreejita De as Mukta Rathore Kashyap: Tapasya and Raghavendra's daughter; Ambika's half-sister; Meethi's best friend; Vishnu's wife; Manav's mother (2012 - 2015)
  • Saurabh Jain/Bharat Chawda as Yuvraj Singh Bundela: Ichcha and Veer's son; Meethi's elder brother; Kanha's adopted brother (2012 - 2014)
  • Mrunal Jain as Akash Avinash Chatterjee: Avinash and Ekadashi's son; Sankrant's elder brother; Surbhi and Nirbhay's cousin; Nandini's ex-fiancé; Meethi's husband; Rani's father; Tamanna's adoptive father (2013 - 2015)
  • Ajay Chaudhary as Vishnu Kashyap: Mukta's husband; Manav's father (2013 - 2015)

Recurring cast edit

  • Vaishali Thakkar as Damini Bharti: Rajendra's widow; Ichcha's mother; Thakur family's maid; Yuvraj and Meethi's grandmother; Kanha's adoptive grandmother; Rani and Tamanna's adoptive great-grandmother (2008 - 2015)
  • Ayub Khan as Jogi Thakur: Divya's husband; Tapasya's father; Ichcha's adoptive father; Mukta's grandfather; Manav's great-grandfather (2008 - 2014)
  • Pratima Kazmi as Sumitra Devi Jaiswal: Tapasya's grandmother; Mukta's great-grandmother; Pushkar's mother; Divya's aunt (2008 - 2015)
  • Pragati Mehra / Pyumori Mehta Ghosh as Divya Thakur: Pushkar's cousin; Jogi's wife; Tapasya's mother; Mukta's grandmother; Manav's great-grandmother (2008 - 2015)
  • Akanksha Awasthi as Rohini Jaiswal: Pushkar's wife (2008 - 2013)
  • Arun Singh Sharma as Pushkar Jaiswal: Sumitra's son; Rohini's husband; Divya's cousin (2008 - 2012)
  • Shamim Sheikh as Baldev Singh Bundela: Umed and Tej's father; Vansh and Veer's grandfather (2009 - 2013)
  • Akhil Mishra as Umed Singh Bundela: Baldev's son; Tej's half-brother; Gunvanti's husband; Vansh and Veer's father; Yuvraj and Meethi's grandfather (2009 - 2013)
  • Beena Banerjee as Gunvanti Bundela: Umed's wife; Vansh and Veer's mother; Yuvraj and Meethi's grandmother (2009 - 2013)
  • Monalika Bhonsle as Chanda Kumari Sachdev: Vansh and Veer's cousin; Gunvanti's niece (2009 - 2013)
  • Pawan Mahendru as Kasa Seth: Bundela family's maid (2009 - 2014)
  • Sunil Sinha / Kiran Karmarkar as Tej Singh Bundela: Baldev's son; Umed's half-brother; Tapasya's ex-husband (2009 - 2013)
  • Sunil Chauhan as Rajendra Bharti: Damini's husband; Ichcha's father; Yuvraj and Meethi's grandfather (2009) (Dead)
  • Sharhaan Singh as Siddharth Verma: Tapasya's ex-boyfriend (2009 - 2012)
  • Gaurav Chopra as Raghuvendra Pratap Rathore: Malvika's ex-husband; Tapasya's husband; Ambika and Mukta's father; Vishnu and Sankrant's father-in-law; Manav's grandfather (2009 - 2012)
  • Gaurav S Bajaj as Aman Verma: Meethi and Mukta's colleague and former love (2012)
  • Chaitanya Choudhury as Kanha Chatterjee: Jignesh's son; Avinash's maternal nephew; Ichcha and Veer's adopted son; Yuvraj and Meethi's adoptive brother; Surbhi's husband; Ajitesh's father (2012 - 2014)
  • Pranitaa Pandit as Surbhi Chatterjee: Agarth and Kadambari's daughter; Nirbhay's younger sister; Akash and Sankrant's cousin; Kanha's wife; Ajitesh's mother (2012 - 2013) (Dead)
  • Krutika Desai Khan as Ekadashi Chatterjee: Agarth, Gomati and Pavitra's brother; Avinash's wife; Akash and Sankrant's mother; Rani's grandmother; Tamanna's grandmother (2012 - 2015)
  • Varun Toorkey as Sankrant Chatterjee: Ekadashi and Avinash's son; Akash's younger brother; Surbhi and Nirbhay's cousin; Ambika's husband (2013 - 2015)
  • Vividha Kirti as Ambika Chatterjee: Malvika and Raghuvendra's daughter; Tapasya's step daughter; Mukta's half-sister; Sankrant's wife (2013 - 2015)
  • Rishina Kandhari as Malvika Rathore: Raghuvendra's ex-wife; Ambika's mother (2014 - 2015)
  • Arishfa Khan as Rani Chatterjee: Akash and Nandini's daughter; Meethi's adopted daughter (2014 - 2015)
  • An unknown actress as Tamanna Chatterjee: Akash and Meethi's adopted daughter; Khanna's daughter (2015)
  • Arti Singh as Kajri Yadav: Nirbhay's wife (2013 - 2014)
  • Rumi Khan as Nirbhay Yadav: Agarth and Kadambari's son; Surbhi's elder brother; Ekadashi, Gomati, and Pavitra's nephew; Kajri's husband (2013) (dead)
  • Girija Shankar as Agarth Yadav: Ekadashi, Gomati, and Pavitra's brother: Kadambari's husband; Nirbhay and Surbhi's father (2013)
  • Kabbir as Rajju Yadav aka Kabir Khan (2013 - 2014)
  • Neena Singh as Gomati Yadav (2013 - 2015)
  • Hetal Yadav as Pavitra Yadav (2013 - 2014)
  • Sonica Handa as Amla Bundela: Veer's third wife (2012 - 2013)
  • Rajesh Khera as Maharani (2014)
  • Tiku Talsania as Colonel Swarnik Agnihotri (2014)
  • Krip Suri as Asgar Rizvi: Saba, Nusrat, and Ashfaque's brother; Zubeida and Fida's husband (2014)
  • Gaurav Vasudev as Babar (2014)
  • Sahil Phull as Ashfaque Rizvi: Saba, Nusrat and Asgar's brother (2014)
  • Anchal Sabharwal as Fida: Asgar's second wife (2014)
  • Shriya Jha as Nandini Sharma / Chameli: Akash's ex-girlfriend; Rani's mother; Sri Karna's daughter (2014–15)
  • Madhura Naik as Nilofer Naaz: Ashfaque's wife; Khalid's sister (2014)
  • Mansi Sharma as Saba Mehrami: Nusrat, Asgar and Ashfaque's sister (2014)
  • Samikssha Batnagar as Zubieda Ahmed: Asgar's first wife (2014)
  • Rakesh Pandey as Rizvi Gulzar: Saba, Nusrat, Asgar and Ashfaque's father; Mumtaz's husband (2014)
  • Charu Rohatgi as Mumtaz Begum: Saba, Nusrat, Asgar and Ashfaque's mother; Rizvi's wife (2014)
  • Amrin Chakkiwala as Nusrat Rizvi (2014)
  • Vineett Kumar/Rrajvir Singh as Khalid: Saba's husband; Nilofer's brother (2014)
  • An unknown actor as Mushtaq Ansari Sahab (2014)
  • Farida Dadi as Anjum Jalalan (2008 - 2014)
  • Usha Bachani as Mrs. Jailaxmi Khurana (2009)
  • Aastha Chaudhary as Madhuran Sethi (2011)
  • Raj Singh Verma as Avinash Chatterjee: Ekadashi's husband; Akash and Sankrant's father; Prasad's son; Kanha's maternal uncle (2011 - 2012)
  • Sharad Kelkar as Satyaveer Singh (2011)
  • An unknown actress as Kuki Arora (2009)
  • An unknown actress as Jyoti Bhatia: Lali's sister; Thakur family's maid (2008 - 2010)
  • Shivshakti Sachdev as Lali Thakur: Jyoti's sister (2009)
  • An unknown actor as Maharaj Karvansh: Thakur family's maid (2008 - 2009)
  • Priya Marathe as Ruby Shekhawat: Rocky's fiancée (2011 - 2012)
  • Harsha Khandeparkar as Sanchi Singh (2011)
  • Apurva as Kinjal (2010)
  • Nikita Sharma as Masoom (2010)
  • Arun Bali as Godman (2014)
  • Vikas Sethi as Inspector Abeeran Mattoo (2010)
  • Nikhil Arya as Inspector Suryakant Tarte (2011- 2012)

Guest edit

Production edit

Casting edit

The show initially starred Sparsh Khanchandani as young Ichcha with Ishita Panchal as young Tapasya in December 2008 to June 2009.[4]

It later took a generation leap and from June 2009 to March 2012, it focused on the characters of Ichcha, Tapasya, Veer and Vansh played by Tina Datta, Rashami Desai, Nandish Sandhu and Rohit Khurana respectively.[5][6] Sandhu quit the show as he doesn't want to be the part of 18 years leap and was replaced by Vikas Bhalla in 2012.[7] Rajsingh Verma played Avinash as the key negative character.

Another 18-year leap was introduced in March 2012 and then the story centered around the life of Meethi, Mukta, Yuvraj, Akash and Vishnu portrayed by Tina Datta, Sreejita De, Saurabh Raj Jain, Mrunal Jain and Ajay Chaudhary until its end in January 2015.[8] It has been dubbed in 20+ languages

Reception edit

Uttaran's premiere had a 3.25 target rating point (TRP) and it became one of the top-rated Hindi GEC, and the second most watched program of Colors TV after Balika Vadhu at the time.[9][10][11] It was one of the show that helped Colors TV to briefly gain first position in Hindi GEC, breaking the nine-year run of Star Plus. From 2008 until the first quarter of 2012, Uttaran maintained its top position mostly on the ratings charts.[12]

In week 51 of 2008, it occupied fifth position with 3.84 TVR.[13]

In week 2 of 2009, it occupied fourth position with 4.5 TVR. In week of 24 October 2009, it occupied top position and garnered 8.2 TVR. In week of 14 November 2009, it garnered its highest weekly rating of 9.6 TVR.[14][15][16]

In week 3 of 2010, it occupied top position and garnered 8.1 TVR. In week of 17 July 2010, it garnered its highest weekly rating of 8.4 TVR. In week 46 of 2010, it occupied third position with 5.64 TVR.[17][18]

For a record week of 44, it was the top 10 position in Hindi GEC throughout the year 2011 and In week 13 of 2011, it occupied top position with 5.9 TVR. In week 29 of 2011, it occupied fourth position with 5.04 TVR.[19][20]

In week 7 of 2012, It occupied fifth position with 4.44 TVR.[21][22]

The 18 years leap marked a series of disappointments for the show so as during the years of mid-2012 to 2015, Uttaran TRP ratings dropped significantly and eventually the serial ended on 16 January 2015 after airing for 6 years and was replaced by Code Red from 19 January 2015.[23]

It has been dubbed in 20+ languages in 16+ countries

Awards edit

The series has won the following awards:

Year Category Recipient(s)
ITA Awards
2009[24] GR8! Ensemble Cast Uttaran
2010[25] Best Actor in a Supporting Role Ayub Khan
Best Actress Popular Rashami Desai
Indian Telly Awards
2010[26] Best Actor in a Supporting Role Ayub Khan
Best Actress in a Negative Role Rashami Desai
Best Daily Serial Film Farm
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Jury Vaishali Thakkar
2013[27] Best Actor in a Negative Role Jury Kiran Karmarkar
BIG Television Awards
2011 Bechara actor Nandish Sandhu
Bechari actress Vaishali Thakkar
Apsara Awards[28]
2010 Best Director Nandita Mehra
Best Actor in a Drama Series Ayub Khan
Best Actress in a Drama Series Tina Datta
2011 Best Ensemble Cast Uttaran
2011 (ColorsGolden Awards) Popular Jodi Tina Datta Nandish Sandhu
2012 Best Writer Mitali Bhattacharya
Zee Gold Awards[29][30][31]
2010 Best Debut Male Nandish Sandhu
Best Actor In Supporting Role (Popular) Ayub Khan
Best Actress In Negative Role (Popular) Rashami Desai
Best Story Mitali Bhattacharya
2011 Best Actress (Critics) Rashami Desai
Best Actor In Supporting Role (Popular) Ayub Khan
2013 Best Actor In Negative Role (Critics) Kiran Karmarkar
Gold Producer's Honour for Completing 1000 episodes Film Farm
FICCI Frames Excellence Awards[32][33]
2010 Best TV Series (Fiction) Film Farm
Best TV Actor (Male) Ayub Khan
2011 Best TV Actor (Female) Rashami Desai

Adaptations edit

Language Title Original release Network(s) Last aired Notes
Marathi Asava Sundar Swapnancha Bangla
असावा सुंदर स्वप्नांचा बंगला
7 January 2013 Colors Marathi 19 March 2016 Remake
Kannada Kulavadhu
ಕುಲವಧು
28 July 2014 Colors Kannada 31 August 2019
Bengali Jhumur
ঝুমুর
3 May 2017 Colors Bangla 31 December 2017
Tamil Oviya
ஓவியா
26 November 2018 Colors Tamil 3 September 2020

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