Desh Ki Beti Nandini

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Desh Ki Beti Nandini
Also known as Nandini
Genre Political, Drama
Written by Story
Rashmi Sharma
Rashmi Sharma
Manisha Singh
Amal Donwaar
Directed by Seema Choudhary
Pawan Kumar
Creative director(s) Rashmi Sharma
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 01
No. of episodes 132
Producer(s) Rashmi Sharma
Editor(s) Sanjay Singh
Sonu Singh
Location(s) Delhi
Cinematography Sachin Mishra
Camera setup multi camera
Running time 22 Minutes
Production company(s) Rashmi Sharma Telefilms
Original channel Sony TV
Picture format 1080i (SDTV)
Original airing October 7 , 2013 - May 8, 2014
External links
Official Website

Desh Ki Beti Nandini[1] is an Indian political drama show, which aired on Sony TV, and was produced by Rashmi Sharma Telefilms.[2] It replaced the show Chhanchhan.[3][4][5]


It is the story of a simple, young and cheerful girl-next-door called Nandini hailing from a middle-class family in Chandni Chowk, Delhi. Her father Ashok Pandey, is a retired government officer and mother Aanchal Pandey, a loving homemaker. She has a younger brother, Siddhart who is struggling to find a stable job and a younger college going sister, Ritu, who loves the world of fashion. While retired Ashok is still waiting to receive his pension money and Siddhath is looking for a stable job, Nandini is the sole bread winner of the family, who is working as a wedding planner. She is not only a responsible family member but also a responsible citizen, who believes in addressing daily life social problems instead of just complaining about them. Empathy, kindness, hard work and a zest to help others are the virtues she has been gifted with since childhood. She gets married to Prince Rajveer Raghuvanshi from royal family which is also an infleunt political family.Will she jump into politics and be successful.For a girl, who has always fought for the right things and faced the challenges it brings with her optimism, will she be able to run a nation the way she runs her home? Will she truly become the epitome of women empowerment?



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