Dhadkan (TV series)
|Written by||Charudutt Acharya, Jyotiprakash Atre, and Hansa|
|Directed by||Umesh Padalkar|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||87|
|Running time||Approx. 24 minutes|
|Production company||Aqua Pictures Private Limited|
|Original network||Sony TV|
|Original release||4 February 2002|
Dhadkan was an Indian medical drama television series produced by Jeetu Chawla, and directed by Umesh Padalkar which premiered on Sony TV on 4 February 2002. The concept was based on American television series, ER which ran on NBC. The show aired Monday to Wednesday evenings.
- Suresh Oberoi ... Dr. Raj Pradhan
- Reema Lagoo ... Dr. Prajakta Marathe, Gynecologist and wife of Dr. Amar Marathe
- Vineet Kumar ... Dr. Amar Marathe, Cardiologist
- Ram Kapoor ... Dr. Rajiv Agarwal, Psychologist
- Sushant Singh ... Dr. Alan Fernandes, (former army) doctor
- Mona Ambegaonkar ... Dr. Chitra Sheshadri, pediatrician
- Achint Kaur ... Miss Mallika Sareen
- Aarav Chowdhary
- Kishwer Merchant ... Dr. Aditi
- Gautami Kapoor ... Chanchal, patient (credited as Gautami Gadgil)
- Kabir Sadanand ... Dr. Rehaan
In 2021, Sony Entertainment Television launched a spin-off version of series on 6 December 2021 starring Additi Gupta, Rohit Purohit, Vidyut Xavier. This series is 65 episodes finite series ending on 4 March 2022.
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