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Logo of Adaalat
Genre Courtroom drama
Directed by Rajesh Ranshinje
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
Producer(s) Abhimanyu Singh
Running time Approx. 45 minutes
Production company(s) Contiloe Entertainment
Original channel Sony TV
Original release November 2010 (2010-11)[citation needed] – Present

Adaalat (English: Court) is an Indian television courtroom drama series about a defense attorney, that airs on Sony TV. [1]


Adaalat is a show revolving around KD Pathak (Karn Dhir Pathak), a suave, sophisticated, witty and yet unconventional lawyer who is known as a 'Houdini' in circles of law because he can get his clients out of the tightest of situations. His success rate of acquittals is 100 percent. But most importantly KD stands not for his client, but for Justice.

KD has an amazing eye for detail and an insatiable thirst for knowledge. He always seems to know enough about every profession, and what he doesn't know he covers up/makes up with his smartness. A quick thinker.

KD steps into a case when all is doomed for the accused. All the doors are shut. When the prosecution has prepared a water tight open and shut case where even a blind man can tell that the accused is guilty. But no one can see the case from the angle KD does. He digs fervently for loopholes in the prosecution's case much to their frustration and thinking on his feet, he manages to turn the entire case around. Often through histrionics, magical gimmicks (since he has recently started learning magic ... and uses a parallel between magic and justice... that often what we see is not all... there is something beyond it), performances, which the Judge does not approve of ! And nor does his ex-love Maya (The Prosecutor who is often at the receiving end!) - But that is KD. Unstoppable, incorrigible and completely enthralling and entertaining. It is a treat to watch him perform in court week after week, tearing the toughest of cases to shreds and helping convict an evil scheming villain, and setting a poor hapless innocent victim free!



  1. ^ "Adaalat". Retrieved 2 October 2014. 
  2. ^ Awaasthi, Kavita (18 May 2014). "Ronit Roy turns director for Adaalat". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 2 October 2014. 
  3. ^ Antao, Lisa (15 November 2011). "Romit Raj's Adalat". The Times of India. Retrieved 2 October 2014. 
  4. ^ a b Tiwari, Vijaya (11 February 2013). "Manav Gohil, Darshan Jariwala & Deepali Pansare in Adaalat". The Times of India. 

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