Yeh Hai Mohabbatein

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Yeh Hai Mohabbatein (transl. This is love) is an Indian romantic drama TV series that aired from 3 December 2013 to 18 December 2019 on Star Plus. Produced by Ekta Kapoor under Balaji Telefilms, it starred Karan Patel, Divyanka Tripathi and Ruhanika Dhawan. The story was initially based on Manju Kapur's 2011 novel Custody, with Yeh Hai Mohabbatein continuing beyond Custody's story in later episodes. The show was immensely popular among Indian audience.

Yeh Hai Mohabbatein
GenreDrama, romance
Created byEkta Kapoor
Based onCustody
by Manju Kapur
Written by
  • Sonali Jaffar
  • Ritu Bhatia
  • Ritu Goel
Directed byPartho Mitra
Kumar Singh
Neeraj Baliyan
Abhishek Kumar R Pal
Creative directorRaaga Arif
Starring
Opening themePamela Jain
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes1,895
Production
Producers
CinematographyManeesh Malik
Editors
  • Vikas Sharma
  • Vishal Sharma
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22 minutes
Production companyBalaji Telefilms
Original release
NetworkStarPlus
Release3 December 2013 (2013-12-03) –
18 December 2019 (2019-12-18)
Related
Yeh Hai Chahatein

Plot

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Tamil dentist Ishita lyer and Punjabi businessman Raman Bhalla live in Delhi and are neighbours. Due to Ishita being infertile, her mother struggles to find a groom for her while Raman is a divorcee. Ishita forms a motherly bond with Raman's daughter, Ruhi, who was abandoned by Raman's ex-wife, Shagun when she left Raman for his wealthy boss Ashok Khanna. Ishita and Raman hate each other and their families get embroiled in quite a few misunderstandings about each other, cultural differences not withstanding. Eventually, Ishita and Raman get married to help Raman secure Ruhi's custody, calling it a marriage only on papers for Ruhi's sake. With time though they grow close and fall madly in love with each other. They consummate their marriage.

Shagun continues to create trouble for the two throughout but later mends her ways. She unites their son, Aditya, with the Bhalla family and becomes the surrogate mother to Ishita and Raman's daughter, Pihu. Baby Pihu is kidnapped by Nidhi, a scheming lawyer who has an enimity with Bhalla. Ishita rescues Pihu but Nidhi escapes with Ruhi. They are presumed dead in an accident. Guilt ridden, Ishita attempts suicide and is presumed dead.

7 years later

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Ishita is still alive and living in Australia with her childhood friend, Mani, and his niece Aliya, who is coincidentally working as a secretary for celebrity Ruhaan. Rahaan is actually Ruhi, who is now an adult and lives with a torturous Nidhi under this new identity. Ishita finds out about Ruhi and reunites with hottie Raman. Shagun and Mani get married. Aditya falls for Aliya and they marry. Young Pihu however, is not willing to accept Ishita as her mother having grown up with Raman and Shagun.

1 year later

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Shagun, Mani, Aliya, and Pihu are living in Bangkok, Thailand. Raman keeps a close eye on them. Pihu finally meets Ishita and accepts her as her mother, and they return to India. Pihu accidentally pushes her cousin, Ananya down the stairs, and she dies. Ishita takes the blame to save Pihu and is arrested.

2 years later

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Raman's sister, Simmi and her husband, Param, torture Raman and Ishita for Ananya's death. However, Ishita is ultimately vindicated. Aditya begins to conspire against Raman and kidnaps Roshni who he was cheating on Aliya with. Ishita fatally shoots Aditya to save Roshni.

8 months later, Ishita shelters a pregnant Roshni, who is carrying Aditya's child. She reunites with the Bhallas family, and Roshni delivers a son, who is named after Aditya. Ruhi falls in love with Karan, whose brother Rohan falls for Aliya. The Bhallas meet Aditya's lookalike, Yug. Rohan tries to win Aliya by force, but she is rescued by the family.

Aliya marries Yug to save him from a woman named Neha. They begin to fall in love. Drugged by man named Arjit Saxena, Raman falls into a coma. Later, he fully recovers, returns and reunites with his family thanks to Ishita's love and care for him. As Karan and Ruhi prepare to marry, Ruhi discovers that she is infertile. Karan's mother Sudha plans to cancel the marriage, but later she accepts Ruhi. Ruhi and Karan marry and adopt a baby girl.

Cast

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Main

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  • Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya as Dr. Ishita Raman Bhalla: A dentist; Vishwanathan and Madhavi's younger daughter; Vandita's sister; Mihika's cousin; Raman's second wife; Mother of Aditya,Yug,Ruhi,and Pihu.grandmother of Jr, Aditya.(2013–2019)
  • Karan Patel as Raman Kumar Bhalla: Omprakash and Santoshi's elder son; Romesh, Simran and Rinki's brother; Shagun's ex-husband; Ishita's husband; Aditya, Ruhi and Pihu's father; Yug's adoptive father; Jr. Aditya's grandfather (2013–2019)
  • Anita Hassanandani as Shagun Arora Raghav: Mihir sister; Raman's ex-wife; Ashok's ex-fiancée; Mani's wife; Aditya and Ruhi's mother; Pihu's surrogate mother; Aliya and Nirvaan's aunt/adoptive mother; Jr. Aditya's grandmother (2013–2019)
  • Aditi Bhatia as Ruhi Bhalla Srivastava: Raman and Shagun's daughter; Ishita's step-daughter; Aditya's sister; Pihu's half-sister; Yug's adopted sister; Ananya's cousin; Shravan and Kshitija's step-cousin; Karan's wife (2016–2019)
  • Ruhanika Dhawan as
    • Child Ruhi Bhalla (2013–2016)
    • Pihu Bhalla: Ishita and Raman's daughter; Shagun's surrogate daughter; Aditya and Ruhi's half-sister; Yug's adopted sister; Ananya, Shravan and Kshitija's cousin. (2016–2019)
  • Abhishek Verma as
    • Aditya "Adi" Bhalla: Raman and Shagun's son; Ishita's step-son; Ruhi's brother; Pihu's half-brother; Ananya's cousin; Shravan and Kshitija's step-cousin; Aliya's first husband; Roshni's ex-husband; Jr. Aditya's father (2016–2018) (Dead)
      • Gautam Ahuja as Child Aditya Bhalla (2013–2016)
    • Yug Bhalla: Aditya's lookalike; Raman and Ishita's adopted son; Ruhi and Pihu's adopted brother; Ananya, Shravan and Kshitija's adopted cousin; Aliya's third husband (2018–2019)
  • Krishna Mukherjee as Aliya Raghav Bhalla: Upamanyu's daughter; Mani and Shagun's niece/adopted daughter; Nirvaan's sister; Aditya and Rohan's widow; Yug's wife (2016–2019)

Recurring

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  • Sumeet Sachdev as Abhimanyu "Mani" Raghav: Shobhna's son; Upamanyu's brother; Ishita's childhood friend; Shagun's husband; Aliya and Nirvaan's uncle/adoptive father (2014–2019)
  • Abhay Bhargava as Vishwanathan "Vishwa" Iyer: Madhavi's husband; Vandita and Ishita's father; Mihika's uncle; Shravan, Kshitija and Pihu's grandfather; Aditya and Ruhi's step-grandfather; Yug's adoptive grandfather; Jr. Aditya's step-great-grandfather (2013–2019)
  • Neena Kulkarni as Madhavi "Madhu" Iyer: Vishwanathan's wife; Vandita and Ishita's mother; Mihika's aunt; Shravan, Kshitija and Pihu's grandmother; Aditya and Ruhi's step-grandmother; Yug's adoptive grandmother; Jr. Aditya's step-great-grandmother (2013–2019)
  • Kaushal Kapoor as Omprakash Bhalla: Santoshi's husband; Raman, Romesh, Simran and Rinki's father; Aditya, Ruhi, Ananya and Pihu's grandfather; Yug's adoptive grandfather; Jr. Aditya's great-grandfather (2013–2019)
  • Shahnaz Rizwan / Usha Rana as Santoshi "Toshi" Bhalla: Omprakash's wife; Raman, Romesh, Simran, and Rinki's mother; Aditya, Ruhi, Ananya and Pihu's grandmother; Yug's adoptive grandmother; Jr. Aditya's great-grandmother (2013–2019)
  • Sangram Singh as Ashok Khanna: Sooraj's brother; Mihika's ex-husband; Shagun's ex-fiancé; Ishita's former enemy (2013–2018) (Dead)
  • Shruti Bapna as Vandita "Vandu" Iyer Chandran: Madhavi and Vishwanathan's elder daughter; Ishita's sister; Mihika's cousin; Bala's first wife; Shravan and Kshitija's mother (2013–2017) (Dead)
  • Pankaj Bhatia as Bala Chandran: Devyani's elder son; Subramaniam's brother; Vandita's widower; Kiran's husband; Shravan and Kshitija's father (2013–2019)
  • Amita Yadav as Kiran Chandran: Bala's second wife; Shravan and Kshitija's step-mother (2017–2019)
  • Mihir Arora as Shravan Chandran: Vandita and Bala's son; Kiran's step-son; Kshitija's brother; Pihu's cousin; Aditya and Ruhi's step-cousin; Yug's adopted cousin (2016–2018)
    • Bhavesh Jaiswal as Child Shravan Chandran (2013–2016)
  • Aly Goni as Romesh "Romi" Bhalla: Omprakash and Santoshi's younger son; Raman, Simran and Rinki's brother; Sarika's ex-husband; Mihika's husband (2013–2019)
  • Mihika Verma / Avantika Hundal as Mihika Iyer Bhalla: Soumya's daughter; Madhavi and Vishwanthan's niece; Vandita and Ishita's cousin; Mihir's ex-fiancée; Ashok's ex-wife; Romesh's wife (2013–2016) / (2016–2019)
  • Shireen Mirza as Simran "Simmi" Bhalla: Omprakash and Santoshi's elder daughter; Raman, Romesh and Rinky's sister; Param's ex-wife; Ananya's mother (2013–2019)
  • Anurag Sharma as Parmeet "Param" Khurana: Simmi's ex-husband; Ananya's father; Ashok and Suraj's friend (2013–2019)(Jailed)
  • Kavya Ramnani as Ananya Khurana: Simran and Param's daughter; Aditya, Ruhi and Pihu's cousin; Yug's adopted cousin (2016–2017) (Dead)
  • Vineet Raina / Raj Singh Arora as Mihir Arora: Shagun's brother; Mihika's ex-fiancé; Rinki's widower (2013) / (2013–2016)
  • Resha Konkar as Rinky Bhalla Arora: Omprakash and Santoshi's younger daughter; Raman, Simran and Romesh's sister; Mihir's wife (2013–2015) (Dead)
  • Anjali Ujawane as Devyani Chandran: Bala and Subramaniam's mother; Shravan and Kshtija's grandmother (2013–2017)
  • Neeru Agarwal as Neelu: Bhalla's housekeeper (2013–2018)
  • Sweety Walia as Pammi Mehra: Santosh's friend (2013–2018)
  • Deep Jaitley as Prateek: Ishita's former fiancé (2013–2014)
  • Yukti Kapoor as Mayura Dunavati: Ishita's colleague (2013)
  • Shakti Arora as Ishita's suitor (2013)
  • Arti Singh as Kriti: Ishita's college friend (2013)
  • Vineet Kumar Chaudhary as Suraj Kumar Khanna: Ashok's brother (2014–2018)
  • Sarika Dhillon as Sarika Singh Bhalla: Romi's ex-wife; Abhishek's sister (2014–2016)
  • Neel Motwani as Advocate Neel Pathak: Bhalla family's lawyer; Trisha's fiancé (2014–2016)
  • Garima Jain as Trisha Tandon: Rajeev's sister; Mihir's ex-fiancée; Neel's wife (2014)
  • Gaurav Nanda as Rajeev Tandon: Trisha's brother; Raman's investor (2014–2015)
  • Shivani Mahajan as Advocate Mrs. Kaul (2014); Ishita hires her for her mother's accident case (cameo appearance)
  • Arshima Thapar as Sanjana Arora: Mihir and Shagun's fake sister (2014)
  • Bhanujeet Sudan / Amit Tandon as Subramaniam "Subbu" Chandran: Devayani's younger son; Bala's brother; Ishita's ex-lover; Lakshmi's husband (2013–2015)
  • Shahina Surve as Lakshmi Chandran: Subramaniam's wife (2015)
  • Karishma Sharma as Raina Singh: Bala's blackmailer (2014)
  • Vivek Dahiya as Inspector Abhishek Singh: Sarika's brother; Divya's fiancé (2015–2017)
  • Hargun Grover as Nikhil Malhotra: Rinki's former fiancé; Pammy's relative (2015)
  • Priya Shinde as Dr. Anita: Ishita's psychiatrist (2015)
  • Parveen Kaur as Aditi: a psychiatrist (2015)
  • Kanisha Malhotra as ACP Shalini (2015)
  • Asha Negi as Koyal Ghosh (2015)
  • Niyati Joshi as Shaila Vanraj: Omprakash's cousin; Neha's mother (2015)
  • Gulki Joshi as Neha Vanraj: Raman's cousin; Shaila's daughter (2015)
  • Anju Mahendru as Sujata Kumar: Lakshmi's mother (2015)
  • Arishfa Khan as Vinni (2015)
  • Ruchika Rajput as Vinni's mother (2015)
  • Gopal Singh as Chand Mishra (2015)
  • Abhilash Chaudhary as Mihika's friend (2015)
  • Navina Bole as Dimple: Nikhil's sister (2015)
  • Darshan Pandya as Prateek Sharma: Abhishek's friend (2015–2016)
  • Manoj Chandila as Dr. Manoj Paul (2015–2016)
  • Swati Kapoor as Sanchi (2016)
  • Avdeep Sidhu as Anil Nagpal: Raman's lawyer (2016)
  • Lalit Bisht as Amarnath Chaddha: Pallavi's husband (2016)
  • Garima Kapoor as Pallavi Chaddha: Amarnath's wife (2016)
  • Manish Khanna as Shyam Raichand (2016)
  • Zareena Roshan Khan as Ismail's mother (2016)
  • Kiran Bhargava as Shobhna Venkatesh: Upamanyu and Mani's mother; Aliya and Nirvaan's grandmother (2016–2017)
  • Pavitra Punia as Nidhi Chhabra: Raman and Ishita's nemesis; Sohail's sister (2016–2017)
  • Gaurav Wadhwa as Sohail Chhabra as Sohail Behl: Nidhi's brother; Ruhi's ex-lover (2016–2017)
  • Sid Makkar as Vidyut: Raman and Ishita's friend (2016–2017)
  • Deepak Wadhwa as Gaurav Bajaj: Simmi's ex-lover (2016–2017)
  • Anupama Solanki as Shweta: Raman's personal secretary (2016–2019)
  • Benazir Shaikh as Divya: Abhishek's fiancé (2017)
  • Ribbhu Mehra as Nikhil: Ruhi's former lover; Pooja's former husband; Riya's father (2017–2018)
  • Vidisha as Roshni : Aditya's ex-wife; Jr. Aditya's mother (2017–2018)
  • Gagan Anand as Gagan: Chandan's brother (2017)
  • Hritu Dudhani as Pooja: Nikhil's former wife; Riya's mother (2017)
  • Drishti Hemdev as Riya: Nikhil and Pooja's daughter; Pihu's friend (2017)
  • Alefia Kapadia as Paranormal Expert (2018)
  • Charu Mehra as Sonakshi Gupta/Aarushi Gupta (2018)
  • Sharat Sonu as Keshav Kumar Dalmiya (2018)
  • Ankit Bhatia as Sudha's lawyer (2018)
  • Dinesh Mehta as Vijender (2018)
  • Lankesh Bhardwaj as Police Inspector
  • Varun Parashar as Dr. Rajat Srivastav: Sudha and Koko's brother (2018)
  • Abhishek Malik as Rohan Srivastav: Sudha's elder son; Karan's brother; Aliya's second husband (2018–2019) (Dead)
  • Reyaansh Chaddha as Karan Srivastav: Sudha's younger son; Rohan's brother; Ruhi's husband (2018–2019)
  • Sudha Chandran as Sudha Srivastav: Koko and Rajat's sister; Rohan and Karan's mother (2018–2019)
  • Ajay Kumar Nain as Sahil Shah: Muskaan's brother; Shaina's husband; Samar's father (2019)
  • Hemaakshi Ujjain as Muskaan Shah: Sahil's sister (2019)(Dead)
  • Mithil Jain as Arjit Saxena: Neeti's father (2019)
  • Chaitanya Choudhury as Shardul Sinha: Ishita's friend; Natasha's husband (2019)
  • Sapna Thakur as Natasha: Sunny's sister; Shardul's wife (2019)
  • Ansh Kukreja as Sunny: Natasha's brother (2019)

Anuja Walhe as Dr.Sunita(2019)

Guest appearences

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Production

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Development and premiere

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Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya, Karan Patel and Ruhanika Dhawan as Raman, Ishita, and Ruhi during the launch of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein

Kapoor said, "I created Divyanka's character as a dentist in 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein', as I was having a lot of tooth trouble those days. My dentist sorted my problems a lot, so I brought that character alive"[4]

The show was initially titled Custody as it was based on Manju Kapur's 2011 novel Custody.[5] It was renamed to Mera Tera Rishta Purana before again being changed to Yeh Hai Mohabbatein.[6] The production began about a year before its premiere, but the launch was delayed due to creative differences and desired time slots being unavailable.[7][8][9]

In November 2019, Ekta Kapoor revealed, "When I started Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, I remember going to Gaurav Banerjee from Star Plus and asking him for a non prime time slot because I wanted to do a show on a social issue. I had stopped doing much television and I wanted to make YHM without the trappings of a TRP driven show. A show about a woman who cannot have children, a stepmother who according to Indian terms is considered bad! Words in India like barren and evil stepmother got used so often and labelled women in the worst poss way. This show got so much love that it went on for six years. And from a non prime time slot to a prime time slot."[10]

In September 2014, Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor were to promote their film Finding Fanny, which also starred the Yeh Hai Mohabbatein leads Tripathi Dahiya and Patel.[11] Patel was unable to make the shooting, and so the script was changed in his absence at the last minute, as Deepika and Arjun could not reschedule.[12]

On 11 May 2016, during filming of the wedding sequence of characters Romi and Mihika, the shoot was stalled owing to a fight between the production house and workers union.[13] On 25 July 2018, the shoot was stalled for a while during bandh in Mumbai.[14]

Casting

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Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya was selected by Kapoor to play Ishita Iyer Bhalla.[15] Cezanne Khan was first approached to play Raman Bhalla opposite Tripathi Dahiya, but was replaced by Karan Patel.[16] Child actor Ruhanika Dhawan was chosen to play Ruhi Bhalla.[17] Sayantani Ghosh was initially considered but Anita Hassanandani was selected to play Shagun Arora.[18] Other cast members then chosen were Aly Goni, Mihika Verma, Shruti Bapna, Neena Kulkarni, Shahnaz Rizwan, Kaushal Kapoor, Abhay Bhargava and Gautam Ahuja.[19][20]

In March 2018, Charu Mehra was supposed to join the series during the filming in London, however, she was unable to due to visa issues.[21]

Filming

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Bhangra (dance) with Vidisha Srivastava at 1500 Episode Celebration

Based on the backdrop of Delhi, the series is mainly filmed in Andheri, Mumbai.[22][23] Some sequences were filmed abroad, including in Adelaide, Budapest and London.[24][25]

Spin-off

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Yeh Hai Chahatein premiered on 19 December 2019, replacing Yeh Hai Mohabbatein. It focuses on Ishita's niece Preesha Khurana (Sargun Kaur Luthra) opposite Abrar Qazi as Rudraksh Khurana.[26]

The story revolves around a famous rockstar, Rudraksh Khurana, and a gynaecologist, Dr Preesha Srinivasan who fall in love after raising their respective siblings' son together.

Adaptations

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Language Title Original release Network(s) Last aired Notes
Tamil Kalyanam Mudhal Kadhal Varai
கல்யாணம் முதல் காதல் வரை
3 November 2014 Star Vijay 27 January 2017 Remake
Bengali Mon Niye Kachakachi
মন নিয়ে কাছকাছি
12 January 2015 Star Jalsha 19 September 2015
Malayalam Pranayam
പ്രണയം
6 July 2015 Asianet 28 April 2017
Marathi Nakalat Saare Ghadle
नकळत सारे घडले
27 November 2017 Star Pravah 17 May 2019
Telugu Ennenno Janmala Bandham
ఎన్నెన్నో జన్మల బంధం
18 October 2021 Star Maa 1 September 2023
Tamil Modhalum Kaadhalum
மோதலும் காதலும்
24 April 2023 Star Vijay Ongoing
Marathi Premachi Goshta
प्रेमाची गोष्ट
4 September 2023 Star Pravah

Awards and nominations

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Year Award Category Recipient Result
2014 Gold Awards Best Actress In Lead Role (Popular) Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Nominated
Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel Won[27]
Best Actress In Negative Role (Popular) Anita Hassanandani Reddy Won
Indian Telly Awards Most Popular Child Artiste (Female) Ruhanika Dhawan Won[28]
Most Popular Actress In A Lead Role Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Won
Most Popular Actor In A Lead Role Karan Patel Nominated
Most Popular Onscreen Couple Karan Patel and Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Won
Indian Television Academy Awards GR8! Onscreen Couple Of The Year Nominated
Big Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actress In Lead Role Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Won[29]
2015 Gold Awards Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel Won[30]
Best Actress In Lead Role (Popular) Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Won
Best Actress In Negative Role (Popular) Anita Hassanandani Reddy Won
Best Actor In Negative Role (Popular) Sangram Singh Nominated
Best Actor In Negative Role (Critics) Won
Best Actor In Supporting Role (Popular) Raj Singh Arora Won
Best TV Show of the Year (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor Won
Indian Telly Awards Best Actor In Lead Role Karan Patel Won[31]
Best Actress In Lead Role Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Nominated
Best Onscreen Jodi (Popular) Karan Patel & Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Won[32]
Indian Television Academy Awards Best Romantic Actor (Male) Karan Patel Won[33]
Best Actor In Negative Role (Female) Anita Hassanandani Reddy Won
Asian Viewers Television Awards Male Actor of the Year Karan Patel Nominated
Female Actor of the Year Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Won[34]
Soap of the Year Ekta Kapoor Won
2016 Gold Awards Best Actor (Popular) Karan Patel Won[35]
Best Actress (Popular) Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Won
Best Actor In Supporting Role (Male) Raj Singh Arora Won
Best Actress In A Negative Role Anita Hassanandani Reddy Won
Best Actor In A Negative Role Sangram Singh Won
Best Onscreen Jodi Karan Patel and Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Nominated
Asian Viewers Television Awards Female Actor of the Year Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Nominated
2017 Gold Awards Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel Won[36][37]
Best Actress In Lead Role (Popular) Divyanka Tripathi Won
Best Actress In Negative Role (Popular) Anita Hassanandani Won
Best Actor In Supporting Role Raj Singh Arora Nominated
Best Actress In A Supporting Role Aditi Bhatia Nominated
Best Actor In A Negative Role Sangram Singh Nominated
2018 Gold Awards Best Actress In Lead Role (Popular) Divyanka Tripathi Nominated
Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel Nominated
Best Show (Popular) Ekta Kapoor Nominated
Best Onscreen Jodi Karan Patel and Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya Nominated
Gold Producer's Honour Ekta Kapoor Won
Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actress (Jury) Divyanka Tripathi Won[38]
2019 Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in Lead Role (Jury) Won[39]
Best Actor In Lead Role Female (Popular) Nominated
Best Actor In Lead Role Male (Popular) Karan Patel Nominated
Best Jodi Divyanka Tripathi & Karan Patel Nominated
Best Actor In Supporting Role Male (Popular) Abhishek Verma Nominated
Best Actor In Supporting Role Female (Popular) Aditi Bhatia Nominated
Gold Awards Best Actress In Lead Role (Popular) Divyanka Tripathi Nominated
Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel Nominated
Best Show (Popular) Ekta Kapoor Nominated
Best Onscreen Jodi Karan Patel and Divyanka Tripathi Nominated
Best Actress In Supporting Role Anita Hassanandani Nominated

Reception

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Despite first airing in the late night slot 11:00pm (IST), Yeh Hai Mohabbatein received better ratings than expected and ranked as the fourth most popular show on Star Plus.[40] In 2014, on audience request, it was moved to a dual slot of 7:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. (IST). Star Plus SVP marketing Nikhil Madhok stated that the move was made after audiences' feedback that a section of viewers found the 11:00 p.m. slot too late. He further explained, "This was a show where repeat viewing the next day or viewing on online digital medium is very high. So the dual airing will not only help the existing viewers who love the show to watch it twice but also add a whole new set of viewers".[40]

Starting in January 2017, the show fell in the TRP ratings when the show's focus shifted to the new generation.[41] The show remained popular in the UK, being the most-watched Indian show there.[42][43] The climax of the arc involving Ruhi and Nikhil, leading to Ananya's death, brought a sudden spike in the ratings in the first week of November 2017 (week 44) and the series secured a place amongst the Top 10 shows after almost a year off this ranking.[44] With the Budapest arc and the focus back on the main leads, the show reached the Top 5 in the second week of November 2017 (week 45).[45][46] In week 46 of the year 2017, the show further climbed to the fourth spot on the TRP chart, thus becoming the most-watched show on StarPlus.[47] In week 47 of the year 2017, the show remained at No. 4 on the TRP charts and continued to be the most-watched show on StarPlus. The show continued to do well maintaining its No. 1 position on StarPlus in the following weeks. In week 51 of 2017, Yeh Hai Mohabbatein emerged as the most-watched show across all Hindi GECs. (General Entertainment Channels)[48]

In week 8 of the year 2018, the show remained at No. 3 on the TRP charts and continued to be the most-watched show on STAR Plus.[49] In May 2018, the show was shifted to 10:30 p.m. from 7:30 p.m. which led to a fall in TRPs. Roshni's baby arc was received poorly by fans, which led to a further downfall in TRPs. StarPlus intervened, asking the producer, Ekta Kapoor, to change the storyline of the show while also giving it a 6-month deadline to increase the ratings. Ishita's fake death drama to expose Param led to the show re-entering the top 20 shows in week 31 of the year 2018 occupying 18th place with 3889 million viewership.[50] After the change in show timings to late night TRPs have dropped ranging from 1.2 to 1.4 mostly but had been the slot leader since then. After being unable to pull up the TRP and lack of constructive story, the show went off air on 18 December 2019, giving space to the Yeh Hai Mohabbatein spin-off called Yeh Hai Chahatein.

References

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