Sarvggun Sampanna

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Sarvggun Sampanna
Also known as Shrimati Swara Raje Deshmukh Sarvggun Sampanna
Genre Drama
Created by Balaji Telefilms
Written by

Shirish Latkar, Sachin Davekar & Vandana Tewari ,

Lyric by Amit Jha
Directed by Deepak Chavan, Hemant Prabhu & Fahad kashmiri
Starring See below
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of episodes 125
Production
Running time 24 minutes
Production company(s) Balaji Telefilms
Broadcast
Original channel Imagine TV
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Original run May 11, 2010 – October 29, 2010

Shrimati Swara Raje Deshmukh Sarvggun Sampanna (Hindi: श्रीमती स्वरा राजे देशमुख सर्वगुण संपन्न) (English: Mrs. Swara Raje Deshmukh, Mrs. Perfect) is an Indian television drama series that aired on Imagine TV.[1]

Story[edit]

Set in Kolhapur, Sarvagunna Sampanna is the story of Swara, a well-known theatre dancer who is an only child of poor parents. She and her parents work in a theatre group which puts up shows in and around the small towns of Maharastra. Swara's parents do not want their daughter to continue with dancing as a career and want her to settle down with a good husband. It seems that their prayers are answered when Swara gets a proposal of marriage from one of the most respected families in Kolhapur.

Life takes a big turn when she becomes the daughter-in-law of the most respectable and esteemed family of Kolhapur — the Deshmukhes. Life seems like a Cinderella tale for Swara as she is accepted by every member of the house, including her husband Aditya, who initially was reluctant to marrying her. But soon her past and background catches up with her; the fact of her being a "Lavni dancer" opens up in front of her in-laws and Swaara's life crashes in front of her. From here starts Swara's struggle to rebuild her life and one day attain the pinnacle she had dreamt of.

Cast[edit]

Pooja Bose as Swara: The only child of her parents, Swara is a very simple and innocent girl. Her elegance is reflected in her eyes. She loves dancing and has a good voice. A versatile dancer, she performs in plays, skits and her dance is the medium of her family’s income. To her, dance is just not a source of income but a prayer to the almighty and respects her profession. Though people abase her for being a Lavani dancer, Swara does not feel anything degrading about it and she has the strength to stand up for what she believes. Her parents are everything to her. Their words and their wish is her command. She cannot resist even a single inch of insult of her parents. She can defy anything in the world for them. She is perfect in every sense, respects for elders, very true and genuine young woman whose dreams are not so high: just to settle down with a simple person and have a happy life. She adores them and they are her pride. Later on in the story this will become an issue with her husband as both will stand opposite each other for their parents and ultimately part ways.

Sunita Rao as Manjula: Swaara’s mother Manjula just has one dream from the time her daughter was born. She just wants to see her daughter settle down with a simple nice person and settle down. She is good at heart and is always concerned about Swara.

Pramod Pawar as Parshuram: A nice, happy go lucky man, he is part of the troupe in which Swara performs. He is very much attached to his profession as to him this is the only thing which feeds him and his family. He dots on his daughter and like her mother wants to see her settled.

Replacement[edit]

Sarvggun Sampanna concluded its final episode on October 29, 2010 on Imagine TV, which was then replaced by another Balaji show Kitani Mohabbat Hai Season 2.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Imagine unveils Sarvggun Sampanna". OneIndia.com. 2010-05-11.