Baal Veer

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Baal Veer
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Genre Comedy-drama, Magical, Action/Adventure, Fantasy
Format Indian Fairy Tale
Created by Vipul D. Shah and Sanjiv Sharma
Written by Amit Senchoudhary
Starring See Below
Opening theme "Baal Veer"
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 502 as of August 3, 2014
Producer(s) Vipul D. Shah
Location(s) Mumbai
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 22 minutes
Production company(s) Optimystix Entertainment
Distributor SAB TV
Original channel SAB TV
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original run 8 October 2012 – present
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Kaivalya Chheda and Purvesh Pimple on the sets.

Baal Veer[1] is an Indian children's television series on SAB TV, which began airing on 8 October 2012.[2] The series start Dev Joshi, Shweta Tiwari, and Sudeepa Singh in stories about a supernatural boy's adventures in both the fairy and human world.


The show is about Baal Veer (Dev Joshi), a supernatural boy, who confronts the evil fairy Bhayankar Pari (Shama Sikander) who wishes to become the queen. However, Maa Pari (Rukhsar Rehman) has enthroned Bahuroopi Pari (Karishma Tanna/Shruti Seth), making her the Rani Pari. Bhayankar Pari, with help from her assistant Tauba Tauba (Shridhar Watsar), tries to become Rani Pari but is defeated by Baal Veer.

Baal Veer lives undercover as the human boy Ballu who is close friends are the human children Manav (Rudra Soni) and Meher (Anushka Sen). Manav and Meher are often troubled by Montu (Purvesh Pimple), Rohit and Keval (Keval Vora) but Baal Veer comes to their rescue.

After Rani Pari's death, Baal Veer defeats Bhayanker Pari, who returns with a new face (now played by Shweta Kawatra). A new Rani Pari (Sudeepa Singh) also comes to Pari Lok.

The evil fairy Mahabham Pari (Shweta Tiwari) frees herself and kills Bhayankar Pari and now she wants to rule the world.


The show is created by Vipul D. Shah and Sanjiv Sharma and written by Amit Senchoudhary. The show's production company is Optimystix Entertainment.


Former cast

Special appearances


  1. ^ TNN (25 April 2014). "Baal Veer over takes Mahadev in slot ranking". Times of India. Retrieved 3 June 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c Bhopatkar, Tejashree (15 September 2012). "Anushka Sen to join Shama Sikander and Karishma Tanna in Baal Veer". Times of India. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  3. ^ a b TNN (14 May 2014). "Shweta & Sudeepaa bond on the sets of Baal Veer". Times of India. Retrieved 3 June 2014. 
  4. ^ Maheshwri, Neha (27 June 2013). "I was told that my character would become the lead: Aditi". Times of India. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  5. ^ Maheshwri, Neha (11 July 2013). "Lavina Tandon replaces Smilie Suri in Jodha Akbar?". Times of India. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 

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