SuperCops vs Supervillains

SuperCops vs Supervillains is an Indian crime detective supernatural television series which aired on the channel Life OK. The show was produced by Firefly Production.

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opening sequence
Also known asHum Ne Li Hai...Shapath
GenreAction
Horror
Supernatural
Science fiction
Created byB. P. Singh
Written byGopal Kulkarni
Anshuman Sinha
Aniruddh Sengupta
Sunil Drego
Nishikant Roy
Soham Abhiram
Dr Nameeta sharma
Koel Chaudhuri
Directed byB. P. Singh
StarringSee below
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons11
No. of episodes528
Production
Producer(s)B. P. Singh
Production location(s)Mumbai, Maharashtra
India
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running timeApprox. 42 mins.
Production company(s)Firefly Productions
Release
Original networkLife OK
Picture format(SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release15 January 2012 (2012-01-15) –
26 February 2017 (2017-02-26)
External links
Website

Before the series was revamped on 24 December 2016, it was originally a detective anthology series about a group of police officers (called SuperCops) who were engaged in saving their city and its citizens from dangerous villains and fictitious creatures. The first series aired from 15 January 2012– 15 Dec, 2013 and was originally named Hum Ne Li Hai...Shapath which broadcast 250 episodes. The show was then revamped on 21 December 2013, having renamed as "SuperCops vs Supervillains" and entered the science fiction and supernatural genre.[1] It ended in February 2017.

PlotEdit

The plot of the show is about Inspecter ACP Diler and his supercops who has mysterious powers and fights supervillians to save their city for maintaining peace.

CastEdit

  • Harshad Arora as SuperCop Jai
  • Ragini Nandwani as Adonia, the Vampire Princess
  • Vaishnavi Dhanraj as SuperCop Shaina
  • Ankit Raaj as Veer, the Vampire Prince
  • Rohit Choudhary as Khajoora, Werewolf king
  • Gavie Chahal as Lahuman
  • Swati Kapoor as Dhara, Angel
  • Neetha Shetty as Bichchuki (The Scorpion Woman)
  • Parul Chaudhary as Raj Mata (Vampire Queen)
  • Saar Kashyap as Vampire General
  • Vicky Batra as Gogaan, a werewolf
  • Rahil Azam as Dr. Yudhishtir / Professor Vichitra Vidyut
  • Shakti Anand as Commander Jagatveer Rana
  • Ashok Samarth as ACP Gajanan Mazgaonkar
  • Amit Pachori as SuperCop Ranveer
  • Manit Joura as SuperCop Jaywant Rane
  • Nitin Chauhaan as SuperCop Jogi Sikander
  • Aamir Dalvi as Kavi
  • Meer Ali As Supercop Inspector Anurag Mirza
  • Aashish Kaul as Makrand
  • Aham Sharma as Dr.Ajay (Vidyut – The Flash Man)
  • Aman Verma as ACP Diler Kumar
  • Saar Kashyap as Brickman
  • Amit Mistry as Mirror Man (Nick Sabarwal)
  • Amit Sareen as Mastaan
  • Amit Tandon as Sumit
  • Anand Suryavanshi as Dr. Dev
  • Anjali Mukhi as Suhasini
  • Anjali Rana as Anjali Diler Kumar (ACP Diler Kumar's Wife)
  • Anurag Sharma as Shiv (The Machine Man)
  • Avtar Gill as Captain Kumar
  • Bharat Chawda as Kara (The Time Stopping Villain)
  • Chetan Hansraj as Danny
  • Dakssh Ajit Singh as Senior Inspector Samrat
  • Darshan Dave as Dr. Samarth
  • Deepak Sandhu as Inspector Karunesh
  • Dhananjay Mandrekar as Sub-Inspector Chandan
  • Meer Ali as Sub-inspector Anurag Mirza
  • Divyaalakshmi as Bulbul (Inspector Kavi's Wife)
  • Gurpreet Bedi as Damyanti (Aghor's Mistress) / Rani Zaffara / SuperCop Hetonwita
  • Harsh Chhaya as ACP Jairaj
  • Hasan Zaidi as Senior Inspector Gautam
  • Iris Maity as Inspector Lara
  • Jineeth Rath as Koko
  • Jiya Khan as Tina
  • Kapil Arya as Sub-Inspector Aditya
  • Karishma Modi as Senior Inspector Kashish
  • Kanishka Soni as Sheila
  • King Mal Khan as Inspector Rajhans
  • Kishwer Merchant as Trisha (Supervillain Tarot Card Reader)/ Tanzia (Centipede Queen)
  • Kunal Pant as Sushant Shrivastav (Fire Man) / Vicky (Zodiac Warrior Gemini) / Vinayak (Vini Pagla)
  • Lalit Bisht as Sub-Inspector Param
  • Madhura Naik as Shikha Yashvardhan
  • Mala Salariya as Sub-Inspector Aabha / Jaadugarni Janvi
  • Manasi Salvi as Advocate Tanisha
  • Manish Goel as Dr. Vikram (Sand Man) / Dhir and Kalachakra (Dhir)
  • Milind Gunaji as ACP Pratap Yashwantrao Teje
  • Mohan Kapoor as Yashvardhan / Dakran (A Gangster and Jaywant's real father)
  • Mohit Dagga as Kaal (The Melter Man) and Shamsher Hyderabad Kowaal
  • Narendra Jha as ACP Karanveer
  • Navi Bhangu as Mobo-Monster (The Mobile Villain)
  • Nikhil Arya as Rangeela (The Painting People Aliver)/ James
  • Ojaswi Oberoi as Megna (The Telekinetic Girl) / Vidhi / Neha
  • Pankaj B.Singh as SuperCop Mayank Desai
  • Payal Rohatgi as Comic Villain (Gong)
  • Piyush Sahdev as Senior Inspector Abhigyan
  • Pooran Kiri as Rustam (Pizza Shop Owner) / Dr. Sunil
  • Rituraj Singh as DCP Kamalkant
  • Rohit Bakshi as Dr.Danny (The Ice Man) / Manu (The Romantic Assassin)
  • Rohit Purohit as Varun Kashyap (Elastic Man)
  • Sachin Verma as ACP Digvijay
  • Sandeep Anand as Billu (The Gas Man)
  • Sangram Singh as Sub-Inspector Sangram
  • Sarwar Ahuja as Senior Inspector Shaurya / RoboCop
  • Shaleen Bhanot as Dr. Shizal (Episode 82)
  • Sheetal Dabholkar as Dr. Saloni
  • Simran Sachdeva as Sub-Inspector Damini
  • Siraj Mustafa Khan as Jhumlat (The Dream Assassin)/ Vihaan (The Menacing Magician)
  • Smriti Khanna as Nisha
  • Swati Kapoor as Miss Kitty / Sona / Pranali (A Healer)
  • Omar Vani as Professor Shekhar (Bird Man) / Kashmir Police Inspector Omar Vani
  • Varun Buddhadev as Nonu
  • Vedita Pratap Singh as Mirror Girl (Lamla Mota) / Balwinder "Babli" Kaur (Supercop's Forensic Expert)
  • Vinod Singh as Arjun
  • Vishal Puri as Dr.Bedi (The Human Weapon Creator)
  • Vishal Thakkar as Jagan (The Fire-Fly Man)
  • Zaan Khan as Supercop Ashumu (Ashu)
  • Zohaib Siddiqui as Sub-Inspector Vikas / Namish (The Tantric Baba)
  • Rucha Gujarathi as Sameera
  • Meghan Jadhav as Mayo (Inspector Lara's Younger Brother)
  • Sameksha as Queen Mrignaynee
  • Priya Shinde as Forensic Expert

SeasonsEdit

The List of SuperCops vs Supervillains Seasons Name, which is given by Life OK

  • Jungle Special
  • Ghosts Special
  • Koko Robo Special
  • Space Attack Series
  • Most Wanted Series
  • Earth Vs Earth
  • Mission Mumbai
  • Creature Series
  • Time Machine Special
  • Sune-Ansune Rahasya
  • Returns of SuperVillains
  • Kavi-Crime Series
  • Khoonkhar
  • Maha thrilled weekends

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Payal Rohatgi & Aniruddh Singh as Super Villains". The Times of India. 7 September 2013. Retrieved 4 May 2015.

External linksEdit