Bhagyavidhaata

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Bhagyavidhaata
Also known as Sabki Jodi Wohi Banaata Bhagyavidhaata
Genre Drama
Developed by Sushil Choubey, Shilpa Choubey, Kamlesh Kunti Singh, Sonal Sonariker, Zaba Mumtaz (Season 2)
Written by

Raakesh Paswaan, Amitabh Singh, Anshuman Sinha

Dialogue & lyric by = Amit Jha
Directed by Yatin Dang (Season 1)
Prabhat Prabhakar(Season 2)
Starring See below
Theme music composer Navin and Manish
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 02
No. of episodes 520
Production
Producer(s) Tanya Sanjay & Sheel Kumar
Cinematography Irfan Naik & Shabbir Naik
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 20 minutes
Production company(s) Shreya Creations
Broadcast
Original channel Colors TV
Picture format 720i (HDTV)
Original run 4 May 2009 (2009-05-04) – 22 April 2011 (2011-04-22)
External links
Website

Bhagyavidhaata (also known as Sabki Jodi Wohi Banaata Bhagyavidhaata) is an Indian television drama series that airs on Colors since May 2009. Set in the rural district of Motihari, Bihar, the show deals with 2 families: the Sinhas and the Prasads.

Plot[edit]

Series 1[edit]

Bindiya Prasad, a simple middle-class girl, gets married to wealthy Vinay Sinha through a practice common in her native region—where a bridegroom is abducted and forced to marry a bride at gunpoint. Bindiya herself is innocent in the matter but, once married, suffers neglect and ill-treatment in the Sinha family. Later, Bindiya's sister Poonam and Vinay's brother Vimlesh fall in love and get married. Bindiya's brother Raja marries Vinay's female cousin Rekha. At long last, Bindiya wins the love and trust of her husband and in-laws. She gets pregnant; however, Vinay is murdered by kanchan a servant who loves him. rekha is pregnant and gives birth to baby girl but dies of childbirth.after a few months later Bindiya gives birth to a baby boy however, Akhilesh, the hard-hearted eldest brother of Vinay, takes away Bindiya's newborn son.

Series 2[edit]

After a leap of 20 years, Bindiya lives in the Prasad house with her niece (Rekha and Raja's daughter), Mamta, and adopted daughter, Poorva. Rekha is dead while Raja is in jail, wrongly framed by Akhilesh. In the Sinha house, Akhilesh and his scheming wife Shobha raise Bindiya's son Suraj and treat him like a domestic help. However, he adores them and hates his mother, whom he has never met. Shobha and Akhilesh have three children of their own—Payal, Prem and Ratan. The story now revolves around Sakshi, the wife of Suraj, who tries to reunite Bindiya and her son, eventually succeeding in her efforts.

Cast[edit]

First Series[edit]

  • Richa Soni ... Bindiya Prasad Sinha (main female protagonist)
  • Vishal Karwal ... Vinay Sinha (youngest son of Sinha family, Bindiya's husband)
  • Parul Yadav ... Poonam Prasad Sinha (Vimlesh's wife, Bindiya's sister)
  • Pujha Verma ... Rekha (Tillouri's daughter, Raja's wife, cousin of Vinay)
  • Kiran Bhargava ... Tillouri (Sister of Siddheshwar and Nageshwar, mother of Rekha)
  • Yash Sinha ... Vimlesh Sinha (Second eldest son of Sinha household, Poonam's husband)
  • Bharat Kapoor ... Siddheshwar Sinha (father of Vinay, Akhilesh, and Vimlesh)
  • Neena Cheema ... Dadi (mother of Siddheshwar, Nageshwar, and Tillouri)
  • Meena Nathani ... Maalti Prasad (Sharada's wife, mother of Bindiya, Poonam, Renu and Raja)
  • Anand Suryavanshi ... Arjun, a police officer, father of Poorva
  • Phool Singh ... Amarendra a.k.a. Litti Mama, brother of Maalti
  • Neha Sharma ... Chhuttu (younger sister of Shobha "Pun Pun Wali")
  • Darpan Shrivastav ... Nageshwar Chacha (younger brother of Siddheshwar)
  • Mukesh Naitani ... Umashankar (estranged husband of Tillouri, father of Rekha)
  • Ashish Vidyarthi ... Guruji (Naxalite Leader)
  • Pankaj Bajaj ... Advocate
  • Abazz khan ... Kunwar (son of Nageshwar)
  • Vaishnavi Rao... Renu (Bindiya and Poonam's school-going sister)
  • Ranii Pandey ... Chhutki (wife of Nageshwar)

Second Series[edit]

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