Swabhimaan

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Swabhimaan
Genre Drama
Created by Amit Khanna
Written by Shobha De
Vinod Ranganathan
Surabhi Pandey (Dialogue Writer)
Directed by Mahesh Bhatt
Starring see below
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
Production
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time approximately 25 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel DD National
Picture format SDTV: 480i
Original run 1995 – 1997
External links
Website

Swaabhimaan was an Indian afternoon soap opera aired in 1995, directed by Mahesh Bhatt, and scripted by Shobha De and Vinod Ranganath.

Plot[edit]

Swaabhimaan divulges the story of an attractive woman — Svetlana — who finds herself in a battle where there are no real winners. Insecurity, suspicion and fear threaten to erode her vivacious spirit as she struggles to come to terms with her position — that of a pampered mistress whose tycoon patron Keshav Malhotra (Naasir Abdulah) dies leaving her to cope with the ugly aftermath of the tragedy: inheritance wars, succession rights, property entanglements, petty quarrels and above all, emotional turmoil that threatens to destroy her. This serial was aired in the year 1995 to 1997.

This was the first Indian TV show to complete 500 episodes. The show ended on the final episode, where most villains getting killed or jailed.

Crew[edit]

  • Producer: Amit Khanna
  • Director: Mahesh Bhatt
  • Art Direction: Samir Chanda
  • Script: Shobha De & Vinod Ranganath
  • Second Unit Director: Gogi Anand
  • Second Unit Director: Debaloy Dey
  • Second Unit Director: Sukhwant Dhadda
  • Second Unit Director: Ajay Goel
  • Second Unit Director: Sabah Shamsi
  • Episode Teleplay: Vinod Ranganath

Cast[edit]

Character Actor
Svetlana Banerjee Kitu Gidwani
Ronnie Abhimanyu Raj Singh
Keshav Malhotra Nasir Abdullah
Ranjana Devi Anju Mahendru
Mahendra Malhotra Deepak Parashar
Nishi Malhotra Kunika
Rishab Malhotra Rohit Roy
Medha Hegde Channa Ruparel
Sheela Prabha Sinha
Ritu Malhotra Shital Thakkar
Sunil Manoj Bajpai
Neetu Rinku Karmarkar
Bobby Karan Oberoi
Soha Achint Kaur
Babli Tanaaz Curim
Yuvraj Anupam Bhattacharya
Tyagi Ashutosh Rana[1]
Shivani Sandhya Mridul
Kunwar Singh Arun Bali
Karan Harsh Chhaya
Gayatri Simone Singh
Devika Mita Vashisht
Rakshanda Sagarika Soni
Rakshanda's Husband Ranjeet Rajesh Khera
Dinesh Shah Pankaj Berry
Ruby Poonam Dasgupta
Eknath Kumud Mishra
Rajat Mukesh Khanna
Walter Rajiv Paul
Maitri Kiran Juneja
Bansal

References[edit]

  1. ^ Swabhimaan debut - Ashutosh Rana Interview

External links[edit]