Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev

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Devon Ke Dev-Mahadev.
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Also known asMahadev
Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev - Rudra Bhi Aur Bhole Bhi
GenreMythological Drama
Spiritual Drama
Created byLife OK
(now Star Bharat)
Written byC.L. Saini, Brij Mohan Pandey, Koel Chaudhary, Mihir Bhuta, Dr. Bodhisattva, Aas Mohammad Abbasi, Bhavna Vyas, Manoj Tripathi, Utkarsh Naithani and Subrat Sinha
Directed byNikhil Sinha
Ismail Umarr Khan, Manish Singh
Govind Agrawal
Satish Bhargav
Creative director(s)Aniruddh Pathak,Nitin Shukla,Animesh Verma,Hiten Ganatra,Prangshu P Ghosh, kadar kazi(kk)
StarringMohit Raina
Saurabh Raaj Jain
Mouni Roy
Sonarika Bhadoria
Puja Banerjee
Suhasi Goradia Dhami
Opening themeShiv Shiv (Otherwise known as Devon Ke Dev... Mahadev Title Song.)
Composer(s)Sajan Rajan mishra singer composer- Sandeep Mukherjee
Karthik
Sunny Bawra
Inder Bawra
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of episodes820
Production
Executive producer(s)Aayush Agrawal
Producer(s)Co Producer
Nikhil Sinha (Triangle Film Company)
Creative Producer
Anirudh Pathak
CinematographyDeepak Garg
Amit Malvia
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running timeapprox. 20 minutes (mahaepisode 45 min approx)
DistributorStar India
Release
Original networkLife OK
Picture format576i
1080i (HDTV)
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original release18 December 2011 –
14 December 2014
External links
Official website

Devon Ke Dev... Mahadev (English: Lord of the Lords... Mahadev) is a drama series based on the legends of the Hindu God Lord Shiva, also known as Mahadev. It premiered on 18 December 2011 airing Monday through Friday nights on Life OK. It was dubbed into several languages.

The show ran until 14 December 2014 for a total of 820 episodes.

The show was re-aired on Star Bharat from 5 August 2018.

Cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Character
Mohit Raina Shiva / Mahadev / Mahakala / Nataraja / Nilakantha / Jalandhara / Jatta / Virabhadra / Kal Bhairav / Ardhanarishvara / Chandrashekar / Dattatreya / Lohitang(elder) / Yaksha / Kiraat / Vyadh / Aadi Yogi / Aghora / Martand (Khandoba) / Nat Bhairav / Acharya Mahatapa / Vrishabh / Loknath / Bhoothnath / Pashupatinath / Shambhu / Vaidhyanath / Har-Narayan / Harihara / Bhola
Sonarika Bhadoria / Puja Banerjee / Suhasi Goradia Dhami Parvati / Adi Parashakti / Adi Shakti / Durga / Matsya Kanya / Ashta-Matrikas / Navadurga / Kali / Mahakali / Dasha-Mahavidyas / Ardhanarishvara / Kaalratri / Bhramari Devi / Bheelni / Gayatri Devi / Goddess Bhairavi / Mahalasa / Goddess Katyayani
Mouni Roy Sati / Dakshayani / Adi Parashakti / Durga
Rushiraj Pawar Senapati Kartikeya / Murugan
Tanya Sharma Devasena
Ahsaas Channa / Ashnoor Kaur Ashokasundari
Lavanya Bhardwaj / Rishi Khurana Nahusha
Sadhil Kapoor / Alpesh Dhakan / Ehsaan Bhatia Ganesha / Vinayak
Aarya Vora Siddhi
Amrita Singh Buddhi
Kratika Sengar / Reem Sheikh Manasa
Kannan Arunachalam Himavat
Kumar Hedge Nandi
Priyanka Thakare Suyasha (Nandi’s wife)
Vishal Kotian Hanuman
Saurabh Raj Jain / Piyush Sahdev Narayana / Rama / Lord Krishna / Dattatreya / Guru Pratyaya / Har-Narayan / Harihara / Nara-Narayana
Falaq Naaz / Ragini Rishi/ Rubina Dilaik Goddess Lakshmi / Haripriya / Vedvati / Sita / Radha / Rukmini / Satyabhama / Padmavati[disambiguation needed]
Radha Krishna Dutt Lord Brahma / Dattatreya
Pooja Sharma / Salina Prakash / Via Roy Choudhary Saraswati
Jiten Lalwani Lord Indra
Shivangi Sharma Indrani
Manish Bishla Surya
Vicky Batra Chandra
Manoj Kolhatkar Sage Dadhichi
Rajeev Bharadwaj Sage Kashyap
Romanch Mehta Sage Atri
Jayant Rawal Maharishi Halahal
Jeetendra Trehan Sage Markandeya
Shailesh Dattar Sage Narada
Darshan Kumar Sage Shukracharya
Raman Khatri Sage Atharvan
Atul Singh Sage Pulaha
Sushil Parashar Sage Pitamber
Vikramjeet Virk Banasur
Hemant Choudhary Prajapati Vishwaroop
Samiksha Bhatt Jaya
Ram Awana Chakri
Deepika Upadhyay / Sangeeta Khanayat / Yashashree Chiplunker Goddess Ganga / Godavari / Banai
Anjali Abrol Meenakshi
Mohit Sharma Vasuki
Kunal Verma Lakshman
Garima Jain Urmila
Rohit Sagar Vayu
Vineet Kumar Bharat
Harshad Arora Shatrughna
Ulka Gupta Devi Kanya Kumari
Arbaaz Ali Khan Balarama
Reem Sheikh (Younger) Manasa
Vishesh Bansal Grihpati
Mohit Dagri (Younger) Lohitang
Raj Premi Demon Tarakasur
Rahul Dev Demon Arunasur
Chetan Hansraj Nighas
Deepak Jethi Mahishasura
Manav Gohil Andhaka
Tej Sapru Shankhachudha
Ankur Nayyar Krauncha Giri
Ibrar Yakub Tuhund
Tushar Jha (Younger) Jalandhara
Arun Bali Vajranaka (Tarakasur's father)
Akhilendra Mishra King Mahabali
Sanjay Swaraj Bhasmasur
Manish Wadhwa / Tarun Khanna Ravan
Sudesh Berry Malla / Mani
Abhaas Mehta Adi
Rakshanda Khan Madanike
Anupam Bhattacharya Ripunjay / Devodas
Ojaswi Oberoi / Parakh Madan[1] Mohini
Ritu Chauhan Devi Rati
Pankaj Dheer King Himavan
Mugdha Shah / Shilpa Tulaskar Queen Mainavati
Khyati Khandke Keswani Kritika
Surendra Pal Prajapati Daksha
Shalini Kapoor Sagar Queen Prasuti
Rishina Kandhari / Riyanka Chanda Princess Khyati
Priyanka Panchal Princess Aditi
Charu Asopa / Kanishka Soni Princess Revati
Surbhi Shukla Princess Rohini
Manini Mishra Princess Vijaya
Annapurna Vitthal Bhairi Shanta
Suhasini Mulay Parvati's grandmother
Deepraj Rana Parshuram
Amrapali Gupta Matsyakanya
Prabhat Bhattacharya King Aayu
Neha Kaul Indumati
Jaya Bhattacharya Diti
Anand Goradia Pushpadanta
Dolly Sohi Mahalasa's mother
Shilpa Shinde Mahananda
Vivek Mishra Yella Koti
Pankaj Berry Raja Durdum
Mitika Sharma Queen Sunaina
Mohit Chauhan King Janaka
Mihir Mishra King Dashratha
Gauri Singh Queen Kaushalya
Anushka Singh Queen Sumitra
Manasvi Vyas Queen Kaikeyi
Tapeshwari Sharma Usha / Behula
Aarti Singh Vaani
Bhavna Khatri Chitralekha
Daya Shankar Pandey Lakulish
Tushar Dalvi Chandradhar
Malhar Pandya Aniruddha / Lakhsmichandra
Parul Chaudhary Sanaka
Deepali Pansare Tulsi
Rajendra Chawla Acharya Gyanmurti
Gungun Uprari Maharani
Neha Marda Vrinda
Jaya Binju Andhaka's Wife
Chestha Mehta Prithvi
Javed Pathan Mayadhari
Yogesh Mahajan Sage Bhrigu
Samiksha Bhatnagar Mandodari

Production and distribution[edit]

Ritoo Jenjani had done the prosthetic makeup for the presentation of Kali.[2]

The show has been dubbed in Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam, Oriya, Telugu, Assamese, Marathi, and Indonesian with titles Devadidev Mahadev, Shivam, Kailasanathan, Mahadev, Hara Hara Mahadeva, Mahadev, Devanche Dev Mahadev, and Mahadewa respectively. In Indonesia, the drama was broadcast on antv. It was remade in Kannada as HaraHara Mahadeva. The official DVD version of the series Season 1 up to Shiv Parvati wedding is available. In Assamese as on Rang. In Telugu, due to reception it is being re-telecast at third time on star maagold and star Maa

Reception[edit]

The episode of 9 September 2012, featuring Kali killing the demon Raktabija rated the shows highest TRP with an 8.2 TVR.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bhopatkar, Tejashree (29 October 2012). "Sanjay Swaraj and Ojaswi Oberoi in Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev". Times of India. Retrieved 7 November 2012.
  2. ^ Debarati S Sen (2 November 2012). "Ritoo Jenjani creates a Goddess". Times of India. Retrieved 7 November 2012.
  3. ^ "Mahadev tops TRP charts with a new record of 8.2 TVR". Times of India. 21 September 2012. Retrieved 24 September 2012.

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