F.I.R. (TV series)

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Genre Comedy, Stand-up from 19th July 2014 to 17th August 2014
Created by SAB Creative Team
Written by Story
Amit Aryan
Amit Aryan
Amit Aryan
Starring Kavita Kaushik
Aamir Ali
Gopi Bhalla
Sandeep Anand
Kiku Sharda
Ketkie Jayashree
Suresh Chatwal
Theme music composer Gaurav Vaswani
Country of origin India
Producer(s) Benaifer Kohli & Sanjay Kohli
Editor(s) Rahat Solanki
Cinematography Raja Satankar
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 22 minutes
Production company(s) Edit II Productions
Original channel SAB TV
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original run July 31, 2006 – present
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F.I.R. is an Indian television sitcom first shown on July 31, 2006, on SAB TV. The show is produced by Edit II Productions and is being broadcast Saturday and Sunday nights. The sitcom was nominated for the Best Sitcom category at the Indian Telly Awards in 2009.[1] The sitcom is set in a police station.[2]

On March 16, 2013, the show took a 20 year leap from 2013 to 2033 but from 8 July 2013 the setting has returned to the present.

Plot summary[edit]

F.I.R. is an acronym for First Information Report that the Indian police prepares for each case to be investigated.

FIR is a situational comedy serial centered on a Haryanvi female police officer named Chandramukhi Chautala and her three subordinates, head constable Gopinath Gandothra, constable Mulayam Singh Gulgule and constable Billu. The show depicts their lives as they try to solve every case which comes to Imaan Chowki .

New cases come to the police station in every episode. An individual or a group come with a complaint or a problem. The problem generally has nothing to do with police. It may be a case of love, divorce, snoring, or bad cooking. Chandramukhi Chautala and her constables solve the case successfully though the case has nothing to do with their official duties as police officers.

The show took a 20 year leap when Kavita Kaushik, who played the lead role, departed from the show and introduced Chitrashi Rawat as Chandramukhi's daughter, Jwalamukhi Chautala. The changes were reverted on 8 July' 2013 and the incidents occurring in the 20 year leap were converted into constable Gopi's dream and the show then continued along with Chandramukhi Chautala's return.


Former cast[edit]

Supporting appearances[edit]


  1. ^ "Popular Actor in a Comic Role (Female)". indiantelevision.com. 
  2. ^ "A space you must visit to experience an amusing and entertaining comedy". sabtv.com. 
  3. ^ "Aamir Ali back on SAB TV's F.I.R.". TellyTRP.in. 20 March 2014. Retrieved 20 March 2014. 

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