Arjun (TV series)
|Har Yug Mein Aayega Ek - Arjun|
Logo of Arjun
|Written by||Gul Khan|
|Directed by||Gorky Max|
|Creative director(s)||Nimisha Pandey|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||145|
|Production location(s)||Mumbai |
|Running time||45 minutes|
|Production company(s)||AR Films|
|Original network||STAR Plus|
|Picture format||576i (SDTV) |
|Original release||11 August 2012 – 23 February 2014|
Arjun is an Indian action crime fiction TV series which aired on Star Plus from 11 August 2012 through 23 February 2014 on Saturday and Sunday evenings. It is the fifth television series of 4 Lions Films.
- Season 1
This series is about a rebellious cop, Arjun Rawte. He is transferred to the Emergency Task Force (ETF), which solves cases linked to high-profile individuals. The crime fiction revolves around the dark past that haunts Arjun - the brutal killing of his wife Roshni, as well the personal lives and equations of Arjun, Sameer, Aisha, Chhotu, Shree as well as Riya who was an integral part of ETF before sacrificing her life for the country. The show deals with crimes such as human trafficking, organ trade, kidnapping, murder, and honor killing. In the 7 December 2013 episode, the entire ETF team, except Arjun, is killed in a bomb explosion.
- Season 2
- Season 1
- Shaleen Malhotra as A.C.P. Arjun Suryakant Rawte
- Behzaad Khan as A.C.P. Sameer Singh Rathore (ETF Chief)
- Sana Makbul as Riya Mukherjee (statistical analyst) 
- Sheetal Shah as Aisha Kapoor/ Nadia
- Ketan Karande as Chandrakant "Chhotu" Patil
- Siddharth Sen as Shreekant "Shree" Sen (Tech Expert)
- Ritu Chauhan as Lisa D'Cruz (Forensic Expert)
- Mrunal Thakur as Sakshi Anand (Crime Journalist)
- Samiksha Singh as Roshni Rawte (Arjun’s wife; deceased])
- Bikramjeet Kanwarpal as D.I.G Dustin Coelho
- Rajesh Kumar as Pathan Lala (Episode 1/12)
- Mansi Srivastava as Payal Verma (Episode 5)
- Harsh Khurana as Antiques Collector (Episode 13/14)
- Aashish Kaul as Home Minister Mangesh Joshi (Episode 16) / Dr. Hariharan (Episode 119)
- Priya Ahuja Rajda as Journalist (Episode 16)
- Karuna Verma as Dr. Kamala (Episode 18)
- Lovey Sasan as Shweta (Episode 19)
- Mita Vashishth as Sharda Devi (Episode 24)
- Vikas Bhalla as Psycopath Killer
- Ankur Nayyar as Chess Grandmaster Hiten Saxena (Episode 25)
- Sunayana Fozdar as Sandhya Saxena (Episode 25)
- Saanvi Talwar as Neha Joseph (Episode 34)
- Vinita Joshi as Anjali Yadav (Episode 34)
- Ojaswi Aroraa as Meera ( Episode 42)
- Mansi Sharma as Shilpa Singh (Episode 49)
- Bipasha Basu as Maya (Episode 61)
- Gungun Uprari as Sakshi Gupta (Episode 61)
- Neetha Shetty as Latika Rai (Episode 63) / Maahi (Episode 121)
- Amrapali Dubey as Urmilla Satija (Episode 70)
- Harshad Arora as Aniket (Episode 83)
- Neena Cheema as Kalyani Pratap Singh (Episode 83)
- Ekta Tiwari as Sheela Taware (Episode 87)
- Shehzad Shaikh as Viren Sharma (Episode 98)
- Kishwar Merchant as Chhaya Sinha (Episode 99)
- Vinti Idnani as Dolly Chopra (Episode 103)
- Sudesh Berry as Auto-Driver S. Yadav (Episode 104)
- Narayani Shastri as Senior Inspector Lata Mane (Episode 106)
- Ali Hassan as Raghu Rodrigues (Episode 108)
- Sumit Kaul as Criminal Antagonist (Episode 111)
- Tanvi Thakkar as Smita Shastri (Episode 114)
- Navin Prabhakar as a Psychopath (Episode 115)
- Sanjay Swaraj as Mr. Patel (Episode 118)
- Vinod Kapoor as Dr. Abhijeet Ghosh (Episode 120)
- Samiksha Bhatnagar as ACP Preeti (Pune Police Special Branch) (Episode 122)
- Daya Shankar Pandey as Taxi Driver Aslam Khan (Episode 122)
- Gurdeep Kohli as Senior Inspector Meenakshi Dixit (Episode 124)
- Arjun Punj as Inspector Raghu Rajput (Episode 124)
- Season 2
DNA India said that it has good action scenes, but Malhotra was "a little stiff".
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- "Fitness does not mean having eight packs: Shaleen Malhotra - Times of India". Retrieved 12 June 2017.
- "Sana Makbul to debut in Tollywood - Times of India". Retrieved 12 June 2017.
- "10 things you should know about Shital Shah - Times of India". Retrieved 12 June 2017.
- Team, Tellychakkar. "Arjun fame Ketan Karande enters Colors' Thapki". Retrieved 12 June 2017.
- "Mrunal Thakur: new lead of Arjun - Times of India". Retrieved 12 June 2017.
- "'Arjun — Har Gunah Ke Chakravyuh Ko Todne Aa Raha Hai'". DNA. 31 August 2012. Retrieved 9 November 2014.