Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev

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Devon Ke Dev... Mahadev
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Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev
Also known as Mahadev
Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev - Rudra Bhi Aur Bhole Bhi
Genre Mythological Drama
Spiritual Drama
Created by Life OK
Written by C.L. Saini, Brij Mohan Pandey, Koel Chaudhary, Mihir Bhuta, Dr. Bodhisattva, , Bhavna Vyas, Manoj Tripathi, Utkarsh Naithani and Subrat Sinha
Directed by Nikhil Sinha
Manish Singh
Govind Agrawal
Creative director(s) Aniruddh Pathak
Presented by N/A
Starring See Below
Opening theme Shiv Shiv (Otherwise known as Devon Ke Dev... Mahadev Title Song.)
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
(Dubbed in Assamese, Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil, Oriya, Marathi, Indonesian)
No. of seasons 01
Production
Cinematography Deepak Garg
Amit Malvia
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time approx. 20 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Life OK
Original airing 18 December 2011 - 14 December 2014
External links
Official website

Devon Ke Dev... Mahadev (English: Lord of the Lords... Mahadev) was a drama series based on the legends of Shiva, also known as Mahadev. It premiered on December 18, 2011 airing Monday through Friday nights on Life OK. The show ran until December 14, 2014 for a total of 820 episodes in 36 Chapters.

The drama is inspired by the works of mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik.



Cast[edit]

Actor Character
Mohit Raina Shiva / Mahadev / Mahakala /Nataraja/Nilakantha
Jalandhara
Jatta
Virabhadra
Kal Bhairav
Ardhanarishvara
Chandrashekar
Dattatreya
Lohitang (elder)
Yaksha
Kiraat/ Vyadh
Aadi Yogi
Aghora/Martand (Khandoba)
Nat Bhairav
Acharya Mahatapa
Vrishabh
Loknath
Bhoothnath
Pashupatinath
Shambhu
Vaidhyanath
Har-Narayan/Harihara
Bhola
Sonarika Bhadoria / Pooja Bose / Suhasi Goradia Dhami Parvati / Sati's Punar Avatar
Adi Parashakti / Adi Shakti / Durga
Matsya Kanya
Ashta-Matrikas
Navadurga
Kali / Mahakali
Dasha-Mahavidyas
Ardhanarishvara
Kaalratri
Bhramari Devi
Bheelni
Gayatri Devi
Goddess Bhairavi
Mahalasa
Mouni Roy Sati / Mahadev's Wife
Adi Parashakti / Adi Shakti / Durga / Parvati
Saurabh Raj Jain Lord Vishnu / Narayan
Lord Krishna
Dattatreya
Guru Pratyaya
Har-Narayan/Harihara
Nara-Narayana
Falaq Naaz / Ragini Dubey Goddess Lakshmi
Haripriya
Rukmini
Radha Krishna Dutt Lord Brahma
Dattatreya
Salina Prakash Saraswati
Rushiraj Pawar[1] (elder) Senapati Kartikeya
Tanya Sharma Devasena
Ashnoor Kaur [2] (younger) Ashokasundari
Ahsaas Channa [2] (elder) Ashokasundari
Lavanya Bhardwaj Nahusha (elder)
Sadhil Kapoor[3] Ganesha / Vinayak (younger)
Alpesh Dhakan / Ehsaan Bhatia Ganesha / Vinayak (elder)
Aarya Vora Siddhi
Amrita Singh Buddhi
Hemant Choudhary Prajapati Vishwaroop
Kumar Hegde Nandi
Priyanca Thakare Suyasha [ Nandi's wife]
Jiten Lalwani / Vikram Aditya Lord Indra
Shivangi Sharma Indrani
Manish Bishla Suryadev
Vicky Batra [4] Demigod Chandra
Deepika Upadhyay / Sangeeta Khanayat Goddess Ganga
Godavari
Banai
Anjali Abrol[5] Minakshi
Mohit Sharma Vasuki
Piyush Sahdev Rama
Rubina Dilaik Sita
Kunal Verma Lakshman
Garima Jain Urmila
Vishal Kotian Hanuman
Vineet Kumar Bharat
Harshad Arora Shatrughna
Ulka Gupta Devi Kanya Kumari
Arbaaz Ali Khan Balarama
Reema Sheikh (Younger) Manasa
Vishesh Bansal Tripati
Kratika Sengar Manasa
Manoj Kolhatkar Sage Dadhichi
Rajeev Bharadwaj Sage Kashyap
Romanch Mehta Sage Atri
Jayant Rawal Maharishi Halahal
Jitendra Trehan Sage Markandeya
Shailesh Dattar Sage Narada
Darshan Kumar Sage Shukracharya
Raman Khatri Sage Atharvan
Atul Singh Sage Pulaha
Sushil Parashar Sage Pitamber
Mohit Dagri (younger) Lohitang
Raj Premi Demon Tarakasur
Rahul Dev Demon Arunasur
Chetan Hansraj Nighas
Deepak Jethi Mahishasura
Manav Gohil Andhaka
Tej Sapru Shankhachudha
Ankur Nayyar Krauncha Giri
Ibrar Yakub Tuhund
Tushar Jha (younger)Jalandhara
Arun Bali[6] Vajranaka (Tarakasur's father)
Akhilendra Mishra[7] King Mahabali
Sanjay Swaraj[8] Bhasmasur
Manish Wadhwa / Tarun Khanna[9] Ravan
Sudesh Berry Malla-Manika
Abhaas Mehta Adi
Vikramjeet Virk Banasura
Rakshanda Khan Madanike
Anupam Bhattacharya Ripunjay / Devodas
Ojaswi Oberoi/Parakh Madan[8] Mohini
Pankaj Dheer King Himavan
Mugdha Shah / Shilpa Tulaskar Queen Mainavati
Khyati Khandke Kritika
Surendra Pal[10] Prajapati Daksha
Shalini Kapoor Sagar Queen Prasuti
Rishina Kandhari / Riyanka Chanda Princess Khyati
Priyanka Panchal Princess Aditi
Charu Asopa/Kanishka Soni Princess Revati
Surbhi Shukla Princess Rohini
Manini Mishra Princess Vijaya
Annapurna Vitthal Bhairi Shanta
Suhasini Mulay Parvati's grandmother
Deepraj Rana Parshuram
Amrapali Gupta Matsyakanya
Prabhat Bhattacharya King Aayu
Neha Kaul Indumathi
Rishi Khuranna Nahusha
Jaya Bhattacharya Diti
Anand Goradia Pushpadanta
Dolly Sohi Mahalasa's mother
Shilpa Shinde Mahananda
Vivek Mishra Yella koti
Pankaj Berry Raja Durdum
Mitika Sharma Queen Sunaina
Mohit Chauhan King Janaka
Mihir Mishra King Dashratha
Gauri Singh Queen Kaushalya
Anushka Singh Queen Sumitra
Manasi Vyas Queen Kaikeyi
Tapeshwari Sharma Usha / Behula
Aarti Singh Baani
Bhavna Khatri Chitralekha
Daya Shankar Pandey Lakulish
Tushar Dalvi Chandradhar
Malhar Pandya Aniruddha/Lakhsmichandra
Parul Chaudhary Sanaka
Deepali Pansare Tulsi
Rajendra Chawla Acharya Gyanmurti
Gungun Uprari Maharani
Neha Marda Vrinda
Cheshta Mehta Prithvi [11]

Production and distribution[edit]

Ritoo Jenjani has done the prosthetic makeup for the presentation of Kali.[12]

The show has been dubbed in Tamil, Malayalam, Oriya, Telugu, Assamese, and Indonesian with titles Shivam, Kailasanathan, Mahadev, Hara Hara Mahadeva, Mahadev, and Mahadewa respectively.

The official DVD version of the series has been released by Ultra Distributors, as a set of 10 DVDs containing all the episodes up to the Mahadev-Parvati wedding.[13]

Reception[edit]

The episode of 9 September 2012, featuring Kali killing the demon Raktabija rated the shows highest TRP with an 8.2 TVR.[14]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chatterjee, Swasti (3 November 2012). "Actor Rushiraj Pawar roped in for Mahadev". Times of India. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Ashnoor Kaur to enter Mahadev". The Times of India. 30 Oct 2012. 
  3. ^ Tejashree Bhopatkar (15 November 2012). "Mahadev finds Ganesha in Sadhil Kapoor?". Times of India. Retrieved 24 December 2012. 
  4. ^ "Vicky Batra as Sujamal in Jodha Akbar!". The Times of India. 27 Feb 2013. 
  5. ^ Bhopatkar, Tejashree (17 October 2012). "Anjali Abrol to wow Mahadev as Meenakshi". Times of India. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  6. ^ Bhopatkar, Tejashree (8 Oct 2012). "Arun Bali as Tarakasur's father in Mahadev". Times of India. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  7. ^ Tiwari,Vijaya (2 November 2012). "Shahbaaz out; Akhilendra Mishra in Mahadev". Times of India. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  8. ^ a b Bhopatkar, Tejashree (29 Oct 2012). "Sanjay Swaraj and Ojaswi Oberoi in Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev". Times of India. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  9. ^ Maheshwri, Neha (1 June 2013). "Devon Ke Dev... Mahadev: Tarun in, Manish out". The Times of India. Retrieved 11 June 2013. 
  10. ^ Wadhwa, Akash (22 October 2012). "I have 20-year-olds proposing to me: Surendra". Times of India. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  11. ^ http://www.filmyfolks.com/celebrity/tellywood/cheshta-mehta.php
  12. ^ Debarati S Sen (2 November 2012). "Ritoo Jenjani creates a Goddess". Times of India. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  13. ^ "Life OK brings India's Greatest Stories on DVDs". Times of India. 19 Feb 2013. Retrieved 19 Feb 2013. 
  14. ^ "Mahadev tops TRP charts with a new record of 8.2 TVR". Times of India. 21 Sep 2012. Retrieved Sep 24, 2012. 

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