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Geet (TV series)

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Geet – Hui Sabse Parayi
Intertitle of Geet – Hui Sabse Parayi
Created by Endemol
Directed by Nissar Parvez
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of episodes Total 470
Producer(s) Endemol, 4 Lions Films
Running time 25 minutes approx
Original channel STAR One
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original release 5 April 2010 – 14 December 2011
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Geet – Hui Sabse Parayi was an Indian soap opera which aired on the now defunct channel STAR One. The show premiered on 5 April 2010 and ended on 14 December 2011.


Geet is a show about the life and troubles of an 18-year old girl named Geet. Geet marries a man because her family told her to; as a girl, she has no power to go against her family. She marries Dev on her family's wish and three days later, Dev ditches her, takes her family's money and property and heads off to Canada. Dev leaves Geet pregnant on the airport. After severing ties with her family from Hoshiyarpur for attempting to wrongfully kill her (due to her pregnancy), Geet moves to Delhi and is now working under Maan Singh Khurana. Maan is a man she coincidentally met in her hometown and had frequent unpleasant encounters with. Maan has saved Geet's life many times; after wishing for not seeing each other again, the moment Geet's in trouble, Maan comes to her aid. Furthermore, since being new in Delhi and not knowing anything, Geet works in Maan’s office. By accident, Maan is Dev's elder brother; Dev returns to India after Maan clears Dev's debts. Dev is oblivious that Geet works for Maan, but can see a visible change in his brother due to Geet's presence. The ever-increasing love between Maan and Geet is constantly trialled and tested.


Main Cast
Supporting Cast


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  2. ^ Kaur, Ravneet. Geet misses Dev!, The Times of India, 3 June 2010
  3. ^ "Movie News – Bollywood (Hindi), Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam – filmibeat". Retrieved 20 November 2014. 
  4. ^ "I miss Debina in Geet: Gurmeet". The Times Of India. 6 July 2010. 

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