Kahaani Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki

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For 1988-90 epic Indian television series, see Mahabharat (1988 TV series).
Kahaani Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki
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Kahaani Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki opening scene
Genre Indian Soap Opera & Mythology
Created by Balaji Telefilms
Written by Screenplay
Mahesh Pandey & Dr. Bodhaisaattva
Dialogues
Dheeraj Sarna
Directed by Garry Bhinder, Santram Verma, Talat Jani & Muzammil Desai
Creative director(s) Suraj Rao
Starring See Below
Opening theme "Katha Mahaabhaarat Ki" by Daler Mehndi & Pamela Jain
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of episodes Total 75
Production
Producer(s) Ekta Kapoor & Shobha Kapoor
Editor(s) Vikas Sharma, Vishal Sharma, Khursheed Rizvi, Prem Raaj & Rajiv Kumar Chanai
Cinematography Mahesh Talkad, Shabbir Naik, Deepak Malwankar & Suhas Shirodkar
Running time 24 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel 9X
Picture format 576i (SDTV),
Original run July 7, 2008 – November 6, 2008

Kahaani Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki was an Indian television epic series. Kahaani Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki premiered on 9X July 7, 2008. It was a modern and westernized version of the epic Mahabharata and aired Monday through Thursday evenings.

Synopsis[edit]

It tells the story of a dynastic struggle for the throne of Hastinapur, the kingdom ruled by the Kuru clan. The two branches of the family that participate in the struggle are the Kaurav and the Pandav. Although the Kaurav is the senior branch of the family, Duryodhan, the eldest Kaurav, is younger than Yudhisthira, the eldest Pandav. The seeds of the climactic battle of Kurukshetra were laid in the boyhood days of the Kauravas and Pandavas, when Shakuni the maternal uncle of the Kaurav poisoned the mind of Duryodhana.

Cast[edit]

Cast
Actor Role
Uma Shanker Yudhishtir
Aryan Vaid Duryodhan
Kiran Karmarkar Santanu
Chetan Hansraj Bheem
Ajaz Khan Dushasan
Saakshi Tanwar Ganga
Harshad Chopra / Sid Makkar Arjun
Vishal Thakkar Bhishm (teenage)
Jatin Shah Sahadeva
Ronit Roy Bheeshm
Deepak Sandhu Nakul
Ravee Gupta Satyavati
Anita Hassanandani Draupadi
Sonal Udeshi Ambalika
Vindhya Tiwari Ambika
Jaya Bhattacharya Kunti
Makrand Deshpande Veda Vyas
Ritu Raaj Kashi Naresh
Kali Prasad Mukherjee Shakuni
Akashdeep Saigal Kans
Rakshandha Khan Amba
Master Krrish Karnavat Krishna (child)
Hiten Tejwani Karna
Amar Sharma Jarasandh
Mrunal Jain Krishna
Pooja Bose Radha
Alpesh Patel King Virat
Gaurav Nanda Gargacharaya
Gautam Gulati Duryodhan (teenage)
Deepak Jethi Drona

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