Yeh Hai Chahatein is an Indian Hindi-language drama television series produced by Ekta Kapoor for Star Plus.[1] It streams on Disney+ Hotstar and is a spin-off of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein.[2] The show premiered on 19 December 2019. It formerly starred Sargun Kaur Luthra and Abrar Qazi.[3] Currently, the show stars Shagun Sharma and Pravisht Mishra.[4][5]

Yeh Hai Chahatein
GenreDrama
Created byEkta Kapoor
Written byDheeraj Sarna
Screenplay byShilpa Jathar
Story bySonali Jaffar
Directed by
  • Neeraj Baliyan
  • Rishi Tyagi
  • Khwaja Mughal
  • Vishwankar Pathania
  • Amar Varpe
  • Ranjan Kumar Singh
  • Vikas Rai
  • Aashiesh Paatil
  • Nitesh Mishra
Creative directors
  • Shivangi Babbar
  • Dhruv G Umrania
Starring
Theme music composer
  • Lalit Sen
  • Nawab Arzoo
Opening themeYeh Hai Chahatein
ComposerPamela Jain
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes1352
Production
Executive producers
  • Nilesh Mishra
  • Shailesh Sharma
  • Ranjan Jena
Producers
Cinematography
  • Maneesh Malik
  • Ashish Sharma
  • Avinash Mahagaavkar
Editors
  • Vikas Sharma
  • Vishal Sharma
  • Manas Majumdar
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22–24 minutes
Production companyBalaji Telefilms
Original release
NetworkStar Plus
Release19 December 2019 (2019-12-19) –
present
Related
Yeh Hai Mohabbatein

Plot

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

Destiny brings a reserved physiotherapist, Dr Nayantara and a famous rockstar Samrat together. Thus, begins an eternal love saga.

Destiny offers Nayantara and Samrat a second chance in love. Their daughter, Kaashvi is in love with her childhood friend Arjun, who in turn loves Mahima, making way for a twisted love triangle. Circumstances force Kaashvi to marry Arjun and eventually Arjun also falls in love with Kaashvi after realising the true meaning of love but insecurities put their marriage at stake.

Cast

Main

  • Sargun Kaur Luthra as
    • Dr. Preesha Srinivasan Khurana: Gynaecologist; Vasudha and Gopal's younger daughter; Venkatesh and Mahima Srinivasan's sister; Vaijayanti's cousin; Rudraksh's wife; Ruhi and Samrat's mother; Saransh's aunt and adoptive mother; Kashvi's grandmother; Karun's great-grandmother (2019–2022) (Dead)
    • Dr. Nayantara "Nayan" Iyer Khurana: Physiotherapist; Preesha's look-alike; Govind and Malati's elder daughter; Ishani and Chintu's sister; Manasi's stepsister; Samrat's wife; Kashvi's mother; Mahima Sabharwal and Prem's adoptive mother; Karun's grandmother (2022–2023) (Dead)
  • Abrar Qazi as
    • Rudraksh "Rudra" Khurana: Rockstar; Sulochana and Balraj's younger son; Sharda's stepson; Rajeev's brother; Kabir's half-brother; Preesha's husband; Ruhi and Samrat's father; Saransh's uncle and adoptive father; Kashvi's grandfather; Karun's great-grandfather (2019–2022) (Dead)
    • Samrat "Sam" Khurana: Rockstar; Preesha and Rudraksh's son; Revati's adopted son; Ruhi's brother; Saransh and Aliya's adopted brother; Saransh's cousin; Nayantara's husband; Kashvi's father; Prem's adoptive father; Karun's grandfather (2022–2023) (Dead)
    • Bhuvan Garg: Rudra's lookalike by plastic surgery; Sonia's brother (2021) (Dead)
  • Shagun Sharma as IAS Kashvi "Kashu" Khurana: Nayantara and Samrat's daughter; Prem and Mahima Sabharwal's adopted sister; Aditya's fake wife; Arjun's ex-wife and lover; Karun's mother (2023–present)
  • Pravisht Mishra as IAS Arjun Bajwa: Nitya and Jagdish's son; Suraj and Pankaj's cousin; Mahima's husband; Kashvi's ex-husband and lover; Karun's father (2023–present)

Recurring

  • Krish Chugh as Saransh Khurana: Rajeev and Mahima Srinivasan's son; Rudraksh and Preesha's nephew and adopted son; Ruhi and Samrat's cousin and adopted brother (2021–2022) (Dead)
    • Vidhaan Sharma / Yagya Bhasin / Ali Dhuru as Child Saransh Khurana (2019–2020) / (2020–2021) / (2021)
  • Swarna Pandey as Ruhi Khurana: Preesha and Rudraksh's daughter; Samrat's sister; Saransh's cousin and adopted sister (2021–2022) (Dead)
  • Mallika Nayak as Sharda Khurana: Balraj's widow; Rajeev and Rudraksh's stepmother; Saransh, Ruhi and Samrat's step-grandmother; Kashvi's step-great-grandmother; Karun's step-great-great-grandmother (2019–2022) (Dead)
  • Indira Krishnan as Vasudha Srinivasan: Gopal's wife; Venkatesh, Mahima Srinivasan and Preesha's mother; Saransh, Ruhi and Samrat's grandmother; Kashvi's great-grandmother; Prem's adoptive great-grandmother; Karun's great-great-grandmother (2019–2022)
  • Vijay Kashyap / Gulshan Pandey as Gopal "GPS" Srinivasan: Retired judge; Vasudha's husband; Venkatesh, Mahima Srinivasan and Preesha's father; Yuvraj's ex-mentor; Saransh, Ruhi and Samrat's grandfather; Kashvi's great-grandfather; Prem's adoptive great-grandfather; Karun's great-great-grandfather (2019–2022)
  • Siddharth Shivpuri as Advocate Yuvraj Pillai: Gopal's former employee; Preesha's ex-boyfriend; Ahana's ex-husband; Rajeev's murderer (2019–2022)
  • Aishwarya Khare as Mahima Srinivasan: Vasudha and Gopal's elder daughter; Venkatesh and Preesha's sister; Vaijayanti's cousin; Rajeev's lover; Saransh's mother; Balraj's murderer (2019–2021)
  • Prince Mahajan as Venkatesh "Venky" Srinivasan: Vasudha and Gopal's long-lost son; Mahima Srinivasan and Preesha's brother; Vaijayanti's cousin (2021) (Dead)
  • Krutika Desai as Advocate Vaijayanti Srinivasan: Gopal's niece; Venkatesh, Mahima Srinivasan and Preesha's cousin; Venkatesh's murderer (2021–2022)
  • Nitin Bhatia as Bhairavnath "Bunty" Gupta: Bubble's husband; Rudraksh's friend (2019–2022)
  • Jyoti Negi as Ankita "Bubble" Gupta: Bunty's wife; Preesha's friend (2019–2022)
  • Anjali Mukhi as Sulochana Khurana: Balraj's ex-wife; Kabir, Rajeev and Rudraksh's mother; Saransh, Ruhi and Samrat's grandmother; Devika's murderer; Kashvi's great-grandmother; Karun's great-great-grandmother (2019–2021)
  • Satyajit Sharma as Balraj Khurana: Sulochana's ex-husband; Sharda's husband; Rajeev and Rudraksh's father; Kabir's stepfather; Saransh, Ruhi and Samrat's grandfather; Kashvi's great-grandfather; Karun's great-great-grandfather (2019–2021)
  • Indraneil Sengupta as Rajeev Khurana: Sulochana and Balraj's elder son; Sharda's stepson; Rudraksh's brother; Kabir's half-brother; Mahima Srinivasan's lover; Ahana's husband; Saransh's father (2019–2020) (Dead)
  • Aishwarya Sakhuja as Ahana Singhania Khurana: Niketan's daughter; Mishka's sister; Rajeev's widow; Yuvraj's ex-wife; Saransh's step-mother (2019–2021)
  • Tanu Khan as Mishka "Mish" Singhania: Niketan's daughter; Ahana's sister; Kabir's former wife; Param's fiancée (2019–2021)
  • Altamash Faraz as Armaan Thakur: A rich businessman; Devika's brother; Sanya's ex-husband; Pihu's cousin; Anvi's father; Preesha's obsessive lover (2021–2022)
  • Puvika Gupta as Anvi Thakur: Sanya and Armaan's daughter; Pihu and Devika's niece (2021)
  • Himani Sahani as Devika Thakur: Armaan's sister; Pihu's cousin; Anvi's aunt; Rudraksh's ex-fiancée (2021)
  • Sonal Vengurlekar as Sanya Dubash: Armaan's former wife; Anvi's mother (2021)
  • Karan Sharma as Digvijay Thakur: Kanchan's husband; Pihu's father; Armaan and Devika's uncle (2021–2022)
  • Pragati Chourasiya as Pihu Thakur: Kanchan and Digvijay's daughter; Armaan and Devika's cousin; Anvi's aunt; Vidyut's girlfriend (2022)
  • Jeevansh Chadha as Vidyut Rohira: Sharda's nephew; Rajeev and Rudraksh's step-cousin; Pihu's boyfriend (2022)
  • Milind Manek as Raj Bansal: Rudraksh's brotherly apprentice; Pihu's ex-boyfriend; Vidyut's brotherly friend (2022)
  • Priyanka Choudhary as Keerti "Kittu" Jain: Sharda's friend's daughter (2020)
  • Khatija Iqbal as Kaveri Dubey: Suryadhar's girlfriend; Rudraksh's fake girlfriend (2019–2020)
  • Rupesh Kataria as Suryadhar "Surya" Raina: Kaveri's boyfriend (2019–2020)
  • Mridula Oberoi as Inspector Sanchi Chautala: Armaan's friend (2021–2022)
  • Bikramjeet Kanwarpal as Niketan Singhania: Ahana and Mishka's father (2020)
  • Upen Chauhan as Rahul Arora: Rudraksh's business rival; Neerja's husband (2020)
  • Melanie Pais as Neerja Arora: Rahul's wife; Preesha's friend (2020)
  • Shabaaz Abdullah Badi as Arjun Verma: Mahima Srinivasan's former boyfriend (2020)
  • Trupti Mishra as Sonia Garg: Bhuvan's younger sister; Rudraksh's obsessed fan (2021)
  • Khushank Arora as Kabir "Kabby" Khurana: Sulochana's son; Balraj's stepson; Rajeev and Rudraksh's half-brother; Mishka's former husband (2021)
  • Saksham Vasu as Sunny Bhattacharya: Saransh's imposter mentored by Yuvraj (2021)
  • Ankur Verma as Param Aneja: Rudraksh's friend; Mishka's fiancé (2021)
  • Preeti Chaudhary as Vanshikha Chaudhary: Rudraksh's secretary and friend (2022)
  • Poorva Gokhale as Commissioner Revati Choudhary: Rakesh's wife; Dev and Aliya's mother; Samrat's adoptive mother; Armaan, Rudraksh, Preesha, Saransh, Ruhi and Sharada's murderer (2022–2023)
  • Jayati Narula as Aliya Choudhary: Revati and Rakesh's daughter; Dev's sister; Samrat's adopted sister (2022–2023)
    • Maisha Dixit as Child Aliya Choudhary (2022)
  • Yajuvendra Singh as Rakesh Choudhary: Rich business tycoon; Revati's husband; Dev and Aliya's father; Dev's murderer (2022)
  • Yash Acharya as Dev Choudhary: Revati and Rakesh's son; Aliya's brother; Ruhi and Saransh's bully and enemy (2022) (Dead)
  • Juhi Singh Bajwa as Nalini Sinha: Rakesh's girlfriend (2022)
  • Pratichi Mishra as Malati Iyer: Govind's wife; Nayantara, Ishani and Chintu's mother; Kashvi's grandmother; Prem and Mahima Sabharwal's adoptive grandmother; Karun's great-grandmother (2022–2023) (Dead)
  • Syed Zafar Ali as Govind Iyer: Shanti's son; Malati's husband; Aarati's ex-husband; Nayantara, Ishaani and Chintu's father; Manasi's stepfather; Kashvi's grandfather; Prem and Mahima Sabharwal's adoptive grandfather; Karun's great-grandfather (2023) (Dead)
  • Anjali Ujawane as Shanti Iyer: Govind's mother; Nayantara, Ishaani and Chintu's grandmother; Kashvi's great-grandmother; Mahima and Prem's adoptive great-grandmother; Karun's great-great-grandmother (2022–2023)
  • Swati Sharma as Ishaani Iyer Shukla: Govind and Malati's younger daughter; Nayantara and Chintu's sister; Mohit's wife; Manasi's stepsister (2022–2023)
  • Bharat Ahlawat as Mohit Shukla: Seema and Subodh's son; Samrat's secretary and best friend; Ishaani's husband (2022–2023)
  • Meera Sarang as Seema Shukla: Subodh's widow; Mohit's mother (2022–2023)
  • Runav Shah as Chintu Iyer: Govind and Malati's son; Nayantara and Ishaani's brother; Manasi's stepbrother (2022–2023)
  • Shaurya Vijayvargiya as Prem Khurana: Manasi's son; Samrat and Nayantara's adopted son; Kashvi's adopted brother (2023)
  • Akshita Vatsayan as Kiara: Aliya's best friend (2022–2023)
  • Ishita Ganguly as Manasi Khanna: Ashok and Aarati's daughter; Govind's stepdaughter; Samrat's ex-wife; Prem's mother; Raghav's ex-fiancée; Govind and Malati's murderer; Nayantara and Ishaani's stepsister (2023)
  • Kushagre Dua as Raghav Rathore: Siddharth's brother; Manasi's ex-fiancé; Samrat's rival (2023)
  • Pratham Kunwar as Siddharth Rathore: Raghav's brother (2023)
  • Raanav Sharma as Karun Bajwa: Arjun and Kashvi's son; Mahima's fake and foster son (2023–present)
  • Simran Gangwani as Sushma Arora: Aditya's mother; Pallavi's murderer (2024)
  • Manas Shah as
    • IAS Aditya "Adi" Arora: Sushma's son; Kaashvi's fake husband and boss; Arjun and the team's trainer; Arjun's rival; Nisha's ex-husband; Vansh's father; Nisha, Savita, Nikhil, Mahesh, Shanti and Kamal's murderer; Isha's rapist (2023–present)
    • Aman Singh Arora / Nikhil Desai: Aditya's lookalike; Pallavi's son; Sushma's fake son (2024)
  • Muskaan Kataria as Mahima "Mahi" Sabharwal: Satish's daughter; Nayantara's adopted daughter; Kaashvi's adopted sister and rival; Micky and Monty's cousin; Pradyuman's ex-lover; Vishal's ex-girlfriend; Arjun's fraud wife and ex-love interest; Karun's fake and foster mother (2023–present)
  • Shireen Mirza as IAS Nitya Bajwa: Jagdish's wife; Arjun's mother; Karun's grandmother; Samrat, Nayantara, Shehnaaz, Daljit, Birju and Digvijay's murderer (2023)
  • Rohit Mehta / Ashu Sharma as IAS Jagdish Bajwa: Digvijay's son; Aruna's younger brother; Nitya's husband; Arjun's father; Karun's grandfather (2023) / (2023–present)
  • Unknown as Digvijay Bajwa: Jagdish and Aruna's father; Arjun, Pankaj and Suraj's grandfather; Karun's great-grandfather (2023)
  • Radhika Chavan as Toshi Sabharwal: Kewal and Satish's mother; Mahima Sabharwal, Micky and Monty's grandmother; Kashvi's adoptive grandmother (2023–present)
  • Ritu Vashisht as Romila Sabharwal: Kewal's wife; Micky and Monty's mother; Simran's murderer (2023–present)
  • Shubh Karan as Pradyuman Thapur: Aditya's son; Samrat's nephew and employee; Mahima's ex-lover, Keerti's husband (2023)
  • Ronik Sharma as Micky Sabharwal: Kewal and Romila's son; Monty's brother; Mahima Sabharwal's cousin; Kashvi's adopted cousin; Simran's ex-lover (2023–present)
  • Saran Tiwari as Monty Sabharwal: Kewal and Romila's son; Mickey's brother; Mahima Sabharwal's cousin; Kashvi's adopted cousin; Isha's husband (2023–present)
  • Ajay Kumar Singh as Kewal Sabharwal: Mrs. Sabharwal's son; Satish's brother; Romila's husband; Micky and Monty's father (2023–present)
  • Aishana Singh as Isha Sabharwal: Mr. Khanna and Mrs. Khanna's daughter; Monty's ex-girlfriend-turned-wife (2024–present)
  • Shivanshi Das as Shanti: Mahesh's widow; Kaashvi's friend-turned-enemy (2024) (Dead)
  • as Gitika: Harman's mother; Simran's mother-in-law; Shanti's neighbour; a doctor who helps Mahima by snatching Kaashvi's son, Karun, from Kaashvi (2023–present)
  • as Vishal: Trainee at Arjun and Kaashvi's office; Arjun's bully and enemy; Mahima's ex-boyfriend (2023–present)
  • Krutika Khira as Nisha Arora: Aditya's ex-wife; Vansh's mother (2024) (Dead)
  • as Simran: Micky's ex-lover; Harman's former second wife (2023) (Dead)
  • Hitul Pujara as Suraj Khanna: Aruna's son; Pankaj's brother; Arjun Bajwa's cousin (2023)
  • Viplove Sharma as Pankaj Khanna: Aruna's son; Suraj's brother; Arjun Bajwa's cousin (2023)
  • Aarati Kandpal as Aruna Bajwa Khanna: Digvijay's daughter; Jagdish's sister; Suraj and Pankaj's mother (2023)
  • V S Prince Ratan as Biker (2023) an Ramesh, forensic man (2024)
  • Ishika Makhija as Veera: Mahima's friend (2023)
  • Anny Rana Bhatt (2023)
  • Suneel Nagar as Police Commissioner (2023)
  • Arpita Sethia as Raj's mother (2023)
  • Gagan Mishra as Chief Minister
  • Avinn Tyagi as Shivansh: Trainee at Arjun and Kashvi's office (2023)

Guests

Production

Development and premiere

In June 2017, producer Ekta Kapoor revealed her plan for a spin-off of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein however stated, "I wanted to make a spin off of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein but it's not working out with the story line."[7] The reports of the spin-off in making was then announced in April 2018.[8] It was supposed to premiere in the same year but was delayed as the story was not finalized.[9] Then, it was reported to premiere in June 2019 and the casting for it was going on while Aakanksha Singh and Karan Vohra were reported as the leads.[10][9] But it was scrapped in July 2019.[11] In September 2019, the series was revived and fresh casting sessions began.[12] Sargun Kaur Luthra was cast as Dr. Preesha Srinivasan and Abrar Qazi was cast as Rudraksh Khurana.[13] Talking about the series, producer Ekta Kapoor said "Yeh Hai Chahatein deals with another social issue. It's often said that it's easier for men with children to get married again, but very tough for a woman with a child to find a suitable groom."[14]

Release

The first promo of the series was released on 27 November 2019 where Sargun Kaur Luthra and Vidhaan Sharma were introduced by Divyanka Tripathi and Karan Patel as Dr. Preesha Srinivasan and Saransh Khurana.[15] The next promo was released on 16 December 2019 featuring Abrar Qazi, Luthra and Vidhaan Sharma. The series premiered on 19 December 2019 on StarPlus.[16]

Casting

Sargun Kaur Luthra was selected to play Dr. Preesha Srinivasan's character.[17] Karan Wahi was approached to play Rudraksh Khurana, but Abrar Qazi was signed by the production team.[18] Zebby Singh was potentially going to play Yuvraj Pillai before the role went to Siddharth Shivpuri.[19] Parul Chauhan was supposed to play Ahana, but Aishwarya Sakhuja replaced her.[20] When the shooting resumed after the COVID-19 outbreak, in early July 2020, Vidhaan Sharma was replaced by Yagya Bhasin as Saaransh and Gulshan Pandey replaced Vijay Kashyap as Gopal.[21]

Luthra stated that she took inspiration from Neena Gupta for her role.[22] Talking about playing a mother for the first time, she said, "When I was told that I will be playing a mother, I wasn't apprehensive at all. My only worry was that i am very young and I had to look mature on the screen which was a challenge. The team has helped me a lot to help me look a certain age and moreover with my body language to portray this character. Even Vidhaan (my on-screen son), has helped bring out the best in me. More than mother-son, we are like friends off the screen."[23]

Sakhuja was hired to portray Ahana, her first negative role. Speaking about it she said, "I have auditioned for a lot of Balaji shows and whenever I auditioned for negative roles I was told I look very positive. So, when I bagged this role, I asked them why now? They said eventually you will get to know as to why we have chosen you, and I understand because they like to surprise their audience and that's exactly what they are doing. I was figuring how to go about it, but my team is helping. After every two sentences out of habit, I go into the positive zone but I have people to handhold me and help me."[24]

In May 2021 Mister Supranational India Altamash Faraz was cast as Armaan Thakur.[25]

In July 2023, Sargun Kaur Luthra and Abrar Qazi, who had portrayed the leads roles for two generations, quit the series.[5]

Filming

Set in Delhi, the series is mainly filmed in Film City, Mumbai. On 3 August 2020, the shoot could not happen due to heavy rains in Mumbai and was cancelled.[26]

On 13 April 2021, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray announced a sudden curfew effective from 15 April. On 14 April, Ekta Kapoor and Balaji Telefilms decided to move all their shows' shooting to their sets at Goa.[27]

Broadcast

The production and airing of the show was halted indefinitely in late March 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak in India.[28] The series was expected to resume on 1 April 2020 but could not and the series was last broadcast on 24 March 2020 airing its remaining episodes.[29][30][31] After three months, the filming of the series resumed on 27 June 2020 while the broadcast resumed on 13 July 2020.[32][33]

Television special

Ravivaar With Star Parivaar (2022)

The cast of Yeh Hai Chahatein went on to participate in Ravivaar With Star Parivaar, a musical competition wherein eight StarPlus shows competed against each other to win the title of "Best Parivaar".[34] Yeh Hain Chahatein was eliminated at 8th position and was the first show to be eliminated.[35]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref
2022 Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actor in Lead Role (Popular) Abrar Qazi Nominated [36]
Best Actress in Lead Role (Popular) Sargun Kaur Luthra
Best Television Show - Fiction (Popular) Ekta Kapoor
2023 Indian Telly Awards Fan Favorite Show Ekta Kapoor Won [37]

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