Chandragupta Maurya (TV series)

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Chandragupta Maurya
Chandragupta Maurya (TV series) logo.jpg
Genre Historical drama
Created by Sagar Arts
Written by Sumit Roy
Faizal Akhtar
Brij Mohan Vyas
Abhishek Kumar
Directed by Bhushan Patel
Arif Shamsi
Avi Jain
Vaibhav Mutha
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of episodes 124 (105 Aired)
Production
Producer(s) Nilanjana Purkayasstha
Anand Sagar
Prem Sagar
Jyoti Sagar
Shiv Sagar
Cinematography Ravi Naidu
Editor(s) Shums Mirza
Satya Sharma
Release
Original network Imagine TV
Original release March 2011

Chandragupta Maurya (Devanagari: चन्द्रगुप्त मौर्य) is an Indian historical drama being broadcast on Dangal TV, based on the life of Chandragupta Maurya, one of the major Indian Emperors of ancient India.[1] It premiered on 20 December 2014. It is being re-aired on Dangal TV after Imagine TV was shut-down for unknown reasons. Chandragupta Maurya was first aired in March 2011 on Imagine TV.[2][3] Ashish Sharma played the role of Chandragupta Maurya.[4][5]

Summary[edit]

Chandragupta extended the borders of his empire towards Seleucid Persia after his conflict with Seleucus c. 305 BCE.

The story is about Chandragupta Maurya, who ruled over the Indian subcontinent in 300 BC. He would go on to become one of the greatest conquerors of India, with his empire extending from Assam in the east to Afghanistan and Baluchistan in the west.

Cast[edit]

Main Cast
Actor Role
Ashish Sharma Chandragupta Maurya
Rushiraj Pawar young Chandragupta Maurya[6]
Manish Wadhwa Chanakya (Advi of Chanakya)
Rajeev Bhardwaj Bhadrabhatt
Romanch Mehta Purushdatt
Sooraj Thapar Dhana Nanda and Mahapadma Nanda
Tej Sapru Amatya (pramukh) Rakshas
Ali Hasan Virajas
Mohak Meet Aditya
Ankit Shah Younger Shashank
Nitin Prabhat Ambhik Kumar
Siddhharth Dhanda Young Digvijay
Mohsin Shaikh Sukant
Manas Adhiya Ghanghor
Rishi Raj Arya Aerawat
Ravi Patel Akshay
Malini Sengupta Chitrarupa
Deepti Dhyani Mura (mother of Chandragupta Maurya)
Onkar Nath Mishra Acharya Shreshtha
Vishal Aditya Singh Shashank
Lalit Negi Digvijay
Sumit Vyas Ambhik Kumar
Rohit Purohit Bhadrasaal
Nidhi Tikoo Durdhara
Tiya Gandwani Mihika (Vishkanya)
Khan Jaan Dadhich
Raj Premi Ahirya
Tarun Khanna Karvinath
Rajesh Shringarpure Seleucus I Nicator
Yashashri Masurkar Mrignayani
Ankit Kakkar Aryeman
Shiraz Hussain Alexander the Great
King Porus

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