Yeh Teri Galiyan

Yeh Teri Galiyan (These Are Your Streets) is an Indian drama television series that premiered on 25 July 2018 on Zee TV.[1] Produced by Cinevistaas Limited, it starred Avinash Mishra and Vrushika Mehta.

Yeh Teri Galiyan
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GenreDrama
Created byPalki Malhotra
Written bySneha Desai
Tushar
Screenplay bySudhir Kumar Singh
Vikash Tiwari
Story byPavni Mehndiratta
Directed byT R Silambarasan
Vijay
Sundar C
Creative directorSomnath Kamble
StarringVrushika Mehta
Avinash Mishra
Music byDharmendra Javada
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes411
Production
ProducersPrem Krishen
Sunil Mehta
CinematographyShambu Ojha
Suresh Mohanty
EditorsVinay Mandal
Swapnil Nerurkar
Sanjay Shankar Sapate
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22 minutes
Production companiesCinevistaas Limited
Thiru Pictures
DistributorZee Entertainment Enterprises
Release
Original networkZee TV
Picture format576i
1080i (HDTV)
Original release25 July 2018 (2018-07-25) –
14 February 2020 (2020-02-14)
External links
Production website

The story rotates around two youthful kids, Shantanu and Puchki, who can't survive without each other yet are isolated at a young age. The darlings meet again years after the fact yet are illegal to rejoin by the limitations of the general public.

PlotEdit

The story starts when pregnant Arpita and her husband Shubham "Shubhu" arrive in Kolkata to meet Shubhu's parents, only to realise that Shubhu plans to sell Arpita to Sonagachi, a place for prostitutes, Arpita delivers her baby and is given to Shantanu who names her Puchki.

5 Years Later.

Puchki and Shantanu grow up to be bestfriends , but later get separated when Shantanu gets adopted by Arindam Mazumdar, who turns out to be his biological father. Shantanu is given the name Shaan by his new family who accept and love him.

Months later, Shantanu is seen happy while Puchki is seen taking care of on ill Arpita who later dies. Shantanu's step-mother, Nivedita, heavily pregnant, confronts Chanda, Shantanu's mother , believing that she is trying to seduce Arindam, but Thaku Maa, the owner of Sonagachi, reveals to her that Arindam used to visit their brothel years ago, impregnating Chanda with Shantanu. Devastated, Nivedita attempts to leave The Mazumdar Mansion, but accidentally slips and falls when Shantanu tried stopping her. In hospital, her newborn son is revealed to be handicapped because of the fall and begins to hate Shantanu and conspires against him.

Emotionally blackmailmed and brainwashed by Nivedita, Shantanu cuts all ties with Puchki and Chanda. In a series of events, Shantanu believes that his mother has died and that Puchki is at fault, then moves to London.

20 Years Later.

When Shaan comes face to face with Puchki as Asmita after many years, he fails to recognise her. Their friendship truly becomes a romance only after Shaan realises that Asmita is his childhood friend Puchki. Asmita always felt Shaan loved her because she was his childhood best friend and not for the woman she has become. When Shaan proposes to Asmita, he says that Puchki is only his friend, but Asmita is the woman he loves and wants to spend the rest of his life with. Fate had other plans for Shaan and Asmita as misunderstandings keep them apart.

Asmita gets engaged to Ridoy, and Shaan to Paromita. The two are somehow married but Shaan refuses to accept their marriage . In a series of events, Chanda dies, and Shaan realises his mistake and tries to win back Asmita, but blaming him for Chanda's death, she decides to marry Ridoy.

1 Year Later.

Ridoy has died. Shaan and Asmita get caught in sudden rain, which makes the scene a romantic classic. Asmita’s hesitation in telling Shaan that she loves him while being engaged to someone else is very real. When Shaan is framed for a crime he didn’t commit, Asmita goes from being a cop to becoming a lawyer to save Shaan. When all of this fails, Shaan and Asmita run from the authorities. While spending a night alone in a small hut, Shaan and Asmita consummate their relationship. But Asmita refuses to raise the child with Shaan because he is still married to Nandini. Fate brings Shaan and Asmita together once again. Asmita is raising her daughter, Krishi, with another man Mr Shekhawat. Shaan also has a daughter with his wife, Nandini. Shaan and Asmita still have feelings for each other, but now they both hesitate to act on it. Krishi takes it upon herself and comes up with unique ways to bring her birth parents together. Mr Shekhawat wants to test Shaan’s love for Asmita and prove that their love is not valid. He hires Asmita’s lookalike to confuse Shaan. However, Shaan holds both Devika and Asmita’s hands and immediately realises who the real Asmita is. In a bid to make Asmita stay with him, Mr Shekhawat kidnaps Krishi. He tries to blackmail Asmita into being with him, but Shaan and Asmita join forces to save their daughter. Shekhawat shoots Shaan and Asmita when they try to rescue Krishi. Shaan is shot in his knee, but Asmita is badly wounded with the gunshot and dies in Shaan’arms and ask him to hide her death from Krishi; Shaan hires Devika to take her place. Shaan refuses to let Devika get close to him and keeps telling her ways to make people believe that she is Asmita. Eventually, Devika also falls in love with Shaan, but he refuses to accept her as his wife.

CastEdit

MainEdit

  • Ruchi Mahajan as Child Puchki Chaubey: Arpita and Shubhu's daughter; Shantanu's best friend (2018)
  • Ayaan Zubair Rahmani as Child Shantanu Mazumdar: Chanda and Arindham's son; Puchki's best friend (2018)
  • Vrushika Mehta as Puchki Chaubey/Mazumdar/Shekhawat: Arpita and Shubhu's daughter; Shantanu's wife; Vikram's former wife; Krishi's mother (2018–2020)[2]
  • Avinash Mishra as Shantanu "Shan" Mazumdar: Chanda and Arindham's son; Hridoy's half-brother; Puchki's husband; Paromita's ex-husband; Krishi and Chahat's father (2018–2020)
  • Ruchi Mahajan as Krishi Mazumdar: Puchki and Shantanu's daughter; Ashish's foster daughter; Chahat's half-sister (2019–2020)
  • Vrushika Mehta as Devika Ghosh: Puchki's lookalike (2020)

RecurringEdit

  • Raymon Singh as Nivedita Mazumdar: Arindham's wife; Hridoy's mother (2018–2020)
  • Lavin Gothi as Hridoy Mazumdar: Nivedita and Arindham's son; Shantanu's half-brother (2018–2019)
  • Rajvir Chauhan as Ashish: Puchki's opponent; Krishi's foster father (2018–2019)
  • Akansha Sareen as Arpita Chaubey: Shubhu's wife; Puchki's mother (2018)
  • Sharhaan Singh as Shubham "Shubhu" Chaubey: Arpita's husband; Puchki's father; Nandini's foster father (2018–2019)
  • Anandi Tripathi as Chanda: Arindham's lover; Shantanu's mother (2018–2019)
  • Kiran Janjani as Arindham Mazumdar: Ravindra's son; Nilambar and Moushmi's brother; Chanda's lover; Nivedita's husband; Shantanu and Hridoy's father (2018)
  • Govind Pandey as Ravindra Mazumdar: Nirmala's brother; Arindham, Nilambar and Moushmi's father (2018–2019)
  • Harsh Mittal as Nilambar Mazumdar: Ravindra's son; Arindham and Moushmi's brother; Beauty's second husband (2018–2019)
  • Renee Dhyani as Beauty Singh/Sanyal/Mazumdar: Komila's daughter; Nilambar's wife; Paromita's step mother (2018–2019)
  • Shaynam Ladakhi as Manchand "Murli" Pandey: Beauty's assistant (2018–2019)
  • Lopamudra Das as Moushmi Mazumdar/Anand: Ravindra's daughter; Arindham and Nilambar's sister; Randhir's wife (2018–2019)
  • Bharat Kamuvani as Randhir Anand: Moushmi's husband (2018)
  • Shubhangi Latkar as Komila "Thakumaa" Singh: Beauty's mother (2018–2019)
  • Kinjal Pandya as Paromita Sanyal/Mazumdar: The illegitimate daughter of Beauty's first husband; Shantanu's ex-wife; Mohit's girlfriend (2018–2019)
  • Sejal as Nirmala Mazumdar: Ravindra's sister (2018–2019)
  • Pari Mistry as Chahat Mazumdar: Nandini and Shantanu's daughter; Krishi's half-sister (2019–2020)
  • Piyush Sahdev as Vikram Shekhawat: Puchki's second husband (2019–2020)
  • Sonal Vengurlekar as Nandini: Shubhu's foster daughter; Shantanu's lover; Chahat's mother (2019)

Extended CameosEdit

ProductionEdit

The show initially starred child actors Ayaan Zubair Rahmani and Ruchi Mahajan as Shantanu and Puchki. Following a 20 year leap, Manish Goplani and Vrushika Mehta were chosen as their elder characters, though later Goplani left the series and Avinash Mishra replaced him.[3] In 2019, Mahajan returned to the series, but as the leads' daughter. Mehta's role of Puchki died in January 2020 and a new character as Devika was introduced as her lookalike, also played by Mehta. Due to low TRP ratings, the show went off culmination on 14 February 2020.[4] In September 2018, it had a crossover episode with Kaleerein.[5]

AdaptationsEdit

  • In Indonesia (Indonesian) began airing on ANTV with the title Yeh Teri Galiyan on 2 March 2020 to 2 August 2020.[6][7]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2018 Zee Rishtey Awards Best Friendship Onscreen Ayaan Zubair Rahmani and Ruchi Mahajan Won
2019 Kalakar Awards Best antagonist Raymon kakkar Won
2020 Kalakar Awards Best Actress Vrushika Mehta Won
2020 Kalakar Awards Best Actor Avinash Mishra Won
2020 Kalakar Awards Best Show Yeh Teri Galiyan Won

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Zee TV's new show 'Yeh Teri Galiyan' is a thought-provoking concept". Mumbai Live.
  2. ^ "Yeh Teri Galiyan: Vrushika Mehta gets a makeover". India Today.
  3. ^ "Vrushika Mehta and Manish Goplani at the launch of Yeh Teri Galiyan". The Times of India.
  4. ^ "Avinash Mishra replaces Manish Goplani on 'Yeh Teri Galiyan'". The Times of India.
  5. ^ "Shraddha Arya, Monica Khanna, Renee Dhyani & More At Yeh Teri Galiyan - Janmashtami Special Episode". Times Now News.
  6. ^ "Jadi kejutan, Yeh Teri Galiyan Mengudara di Indonesia" (in Indonesian). indopos. Retrieved 29 February 2020.
  7. ^ "YEH TERI GALIYAN, Serial Drama India Terbaru ANTV" (in Indonesian). Tabloid Bintang. Retrieved 1 March 2020.