Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya

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Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya
मन की आवाज़ प्रतिज्ञा
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Titlecard of Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya
Also known as Pratigya
Genre Indian soap opera and Drama
Created by Spellbound Productions and Walkwater Media Ltd
Written by Pearl Grey
Shanti Bhushan
Vishal Watwani
Ahsan Bakshi
Creative director(s) Pearl Grey
Starring see below.
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of episodes total 767
Production
Executive producer(s) Pearl Grey
Producer(s) Pearl Grey
Location(s) Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Running time 20 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Star Plus
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
720p (HDTV)
Original run December 7, 2009 (2009-12-07) – October 27, 2012 (2012-10-27)
External links
Website

Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya was an Indian soap opera which aired on channel STAR Plus. The series premiered on December 7, 2009. Initially the show received good reviews and viewing figures, but when Ekta Kapoor's Show Bade Achhe Lagte Hain launched on rival channel Sony TV in the same slot, the show fell drastically and couldn't survive against it in terms of TRP's; hence the show was abruptly ended on 27 October 2012.[1] The series is also remade in Tamil language as Puthu Kavithai on STAR Vijay. This series was also telecast in Pakistan on Urdu 1 Channel.

Plot[edit]

It is a story of a woman who will go to any length fight for her right. The story is going around two families named Thakur & Saxena family. Krishna belongs to Thakur family, who is known for their power in Allahabad. They believe in superstitions. The Saxena family, however, is different. Though they are traditional, they believe in educating their daughters Pratigya & Arushi (Avantika Hundal) without any hesitation.[2] Krishna & Pratigya eventually fall in love although they seem totally incompatible. Krishna was Pratigya's secret admirer and he forces Pratigya to marry him. In order to protect Pratigya, her brother Adarsh gets married with Komal, sister of Krishna. Pratigya is not satisfied with her marriage. But then she realises Krishna's love for her.Later she falls in love with him and eventually both of them came closer. Samar is son of Shakti Singh Thakur & Kesar. However, Shakti made Kesar mad.Thus, Samar was grown up in auspiciousness of Pratigya. On other side, Shakti gets married second time with Menka (Soni Singh) who wants to usurp property of Thakur family. Gradually a new character of Abimanyu Singh Yadav (Mohit Malik) is introduced, who is illegitimate son of Sajjan Singh.[3] Abhimanyu wants his rights as a son of Sajjan Singh. So he plans a conspiracy against the Thakur Family.On February 19, 2013 pratigya season 2 was announced.

International Broadcasters[edit]

This serial was internationally telecast in Pakistan on Pakistani Channel Urdu 1. The series is also remade in Tamil language as Puthu Kavithai on STAR Vijay.

Gallery[edit]

Cast[edit]

Actor Role Notes
Pooja Gor Pratigya Krishna Singh Female lead
Arhaan Behl Thakur Krishna Sajjan Singh Male lead
Neha Kaul Meera Krishna's Admirer
Parvati Sehgal Komal Kartik Saxena Krishna's Sister
Ankit Gera / Aniruddh Singh Adarsh Shyam Saxena Komal's Husband (Deceased)
Aarya Dharamchand Kumar Kartik Komal's Second Husband
Avantika Hundal Arushi Shyam Saxena Pratgya's Sister
Abhishek Rawat Tanmay Srivastava Antagonist
Kalpna Bohra / Aalika Sheikh Kesar Shakti Singh Shakti's Wife
Jaswant Menaria Thakur Shakti Sajjan Singh Krishna's Brother
Soni Singh Menaka Shakti Singh Shakti's Ex-Wife, Antagonist
Anupam Shyam Thakur Sajjan Singh Krishna's Father
Asmita Sharma Thakurain Sumitra Singh Krishna's Mother
Shahab Khan Shyam Saxena Pratigya's Father
Monika Singh Naina Saxena Pratigya's Mother, Deceased
Eklavya Ahir Thakur Samar Shakti Singh Kesar and Shakti's Son
Chinki Adarsh Saxena Komal and Adarsh's Daughter and Kartik's Step Daughter
Amita Udgata Amma Pratigya's Grandmother
Asha Sharma Dadi Krishna's Grandmother
Prachee Pathak Maayi Kesar's Mother
Sana Amin Sheikh Ganga Gunga's Girlfriend / Sajjan's ex-wife
Kunal Jaisingh Gunga Ganga's Boyfriend
Sherish Ali Roli Pratigya's Friend
Deeya Chopra Anu Aman Mathur Aman's Wife
Piyush Sahdev Aman Mathur Anu's Husband
Kunal Karan Kapoor Angad Yadav Antagonist (Deceased)
Jaideep Suri Chandu Krishna's Friend
Kunal Madhiwala Lucky
Dinesh Soi Jugnu
Vinay Rajput Tunna Krishna's Friend
Pratima Kazmi Guru Maa
Mohit Malik Abhimanyu Sajjan Singh Krishna's half-brother
Sonal Jha Shakuntala Devi Abhimanyu's Mother

Awards[edit]

Awards Year Category Recipient Result
STAR Parivaar Awards 2010 Sabse Mazedaar Sadasya Sajjan Singh (Anupam Shyam) Won[4]
Favourite Naya Sadasya(Male) Krishna (Arhaan Behl) Won[4]
Favourite Naya Sadasya(Female) Pratigya (Pooja Gaur) Won[4]
Favourite Saas Sumitra Singh (Asmita Sharma) Won[4]
Sabse Koobsurat Rishta Sajjan Singh & Krishna (Anupam Shyam & Arhaan Behl) Won[4]
Best Jodi Pratigya-Krishna (Arhaan Behl & Pooja Gaur) Won[4]
2011 Favourite Pita Sajjan Singh (Anupam Shyam) Won[5]
Favourite Beti Pratigya (Pooja Gaur) Won[5]
Favourite Bhai Adarsh (Ankit Gera) Won[5]
Favourite Patni Pratigya (Pooja Gaur) Won[5]
Most Stylish Award(Male) Krishna (Arhaan Behl) Won[5]
2012 Favourite Maa Pratigya (Pooja Gaur) Won[6]
Favourite Pita Sajjan Singh (Anupam Shyam) Won[7]
New Talent Awards 2010 Promising New Talent Krishna (Arhaan Behl) Won[8]
Best New Actor Negative Role (Female) Komal (Parvati Sehgal) Won[8]
Most Promising New Producer of The Year Pearl Grey Won[8]
Indian Television Academy Awards 2010 Best Serial Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya Won[9]
2011 Best Actor - Drama - Popular Krishna (Arhaan Behl) Won[10]
Kalakar Awards 2011 Favourite Actress in Television Pratigya (Pooja Gaur) Won[11]
The Global Indian Film and Television Honours 2011 Best Actor in Leading Role(Female) Pratigya (Pooja Gaur) Won[12]
Best Actor Television Show(Fiction) Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya Won[12]
Indian Telly Awards 2012 Best Actor in Negative Role(Jury) Sajjan Singh (Anupam Shyam) Won[13]
Best Actress in Negative Role(Jury) Takurain (Asmita Sharma) Won[13]
Best actor in childhood Amir singh (Saurav Singh) Won

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