Dill Mill Gayye

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Dill Mill Gayye
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Dill Mill Gayye Poster
Genre Medical drama
Romantic Comedy
Created by Palki Malhotra
Written by Priyaa Ramanaathan, Arif Ali, Barry Dhillon, Radhika Anand, Shilpa D'Mello, Sumit Arora, Charou Singhal, Vincent Franklin, Kapil Pandey, Jay Verma
Directed by Nissar Parvez, Amit Mallik, Aniruddh Rajderekar, Arshad Khan, Vikram V Labhe and Rahul Agarwal
Theme music composer
Opening theme "Dill Mill Gayye"
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of episodes 721
Production
Producer(s) Cinevistaas Limited
Running time 25 minutes
Release
Original network STAR One
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Original release 20 August 2007 (2007-08-20) – 29 October 2010 (2010-10-29)
External links
Website

Dill Mill Gayye (translation: Hearts Have Met) is a 2007 Indian medical drama television series that aired on STAR One. The series premiered 20 August 2007 and ran through 29 October 2010. It was a sequel to the Star Plus series Sanjivani - A Medical Boon (2002–05). The show centers on a new generation of medical interns with a specific focus on the love story between Dr. Armaan Malik (Karan Singh Grover) and Dr. Riddhima Gupta which was originally portrayed by Shilpa Anand and later by Sukirti Kandpal and Jennifer Winget.[1]

Plot[edit]

Dill Mill Gayye follows the lives of surgical interns and resident doctors of Sanjeevani. Set in the backdrop of Sanjeevani Hospital, it deals with the pressures, drama, romance, inter personal relationships and humour in their lives.[2]

Season 1 (2007–09)[edit]

The first season follows the lives of surgical interns and resident doctors of Sanjeevani. At the start of the show the interns are Dr. Anjali Gupta, Dr. Armaan Malik, Dr. Riddhima Gupta, Dr. Atul Joshi, and Dr. Sapna Shah. Dr. Shashank Gupta is head of the hospital, and the father of Anjali and Riddhima.

During the course of the show, Armaan and Riddhima fall in love, Atul falls in love with Anjali, and Sapna Shah gets married and leaves Sanjeevani. Three new interns enter: Dr. Rahul Garewal, Dr. Muskaan Chadda, and Dr Nikita Malhotra. Muskaan and Rahul's families intend for them to marry, but they do not want to do so. Muskaan falls in love with Armaan and Rahul and Riddhima become friends. Nikita turns out to be Armaan's and Rahul's college friend. Muskaan and Rahul have a romantic relationship for some time. Nikita falls in love with Dr. Abhimanyu Modi, a senior doctor. Season one ended on a cliffhanger showing Riddhima and Armaan getting shot in a shootout right after they get engaged and Abhimanyu's estranged wife Jiah returns.

Season 2 (2009–10)[edit]

Season 2 starts off with 5 new interns: Dr. Siddhant Modi, Dr. Yuvraj Oberoi, Dr. Naina Mehta, Dr. Tamanna Patil, and Dr. Jitendra Prasad.

Cast[edit]

Year Role Actor Season(s) Description
2007-2010 Dr. Shashank Gupta Mohnish Bahl 1, 2 Head of Sanjeevani hospital. Father of Anjali and Riddhima
2007-2010 Dr. Armaan Malik Karan Singh Grover 1, 2 Intern at Sanjeevani, Riddhima's love interest
2007-2008 Dr. Riddhima Gupta Shilpa Anand 1 Intern at Sanjeevani, Armaan's love interest and Daughter of Dr. Shashank and Padma Gupta.
2008-2009 Dr. Riddhima Gupta Sukirti Kandpal 1 Intern at Sanjeevani and Armaan's Girlfriend
2009-2010 Dr. Riddhima Gupta/Modi Jennifer Winget 1, 2 Senior resident doctor at Sanjeevani and Siddhant's ex-wife
2007-2010 Dr. Atul Joshi Pankit Thakker 1, 2 Eco-friendly and lives with plants. Armaan's best friend and Anjali's love interest.
2007-2010 Dr. Anjali Gupta Sunaina Gulia 1, 2 Riddhima's elder sister. Atul's love interest.
2009-2010 Dr. Siddhant Modi Karan Wahi 2 Abhimanyu's younger brother. Likes Tamanna. Later, Riddhima's ex-husband and ex-love interest
2007-2010 Dr. Kirti Mehra Rai Sonia Singh 1, 2 Sanjeevani's senior resident doctor. Shubhankar's love interest. Shubhankar's wife
2007-2010 Dr. Shubhankar Rai Ayaz Khan 1, 2 Sanjeevani's senior resident doctor. Kirti's love interest. Kirti's husband
2007-2009 Dr. Rahul Garewal Mayank Anand 1 Friends with Armaan and Muskaan's love interest.
2007-2009 Dr Muskaan Chadda Drashti Dhami 1 Intern, Rahul's Love interest
2008-2010 Dr. Abhimanyu Modi Amit Tandon 1, 2 Senior doctor in Sanjeevani. Nikita's love interest.
2008-2010 Dr. Nikita Malhotra Shweta Gulati 1, 2 Loved Armaan since college days, but falls in love with Abhimanyu in Sanjeevani.
2007-2008 Dr. Sapna Shah Muskaan Mihani 1 Intern in Sanjeevani. Marries a patient Amit.
2009 Dr. Tamanna Patil Moulshree Sachdeva 2 Sidhant's love interest, but gets engaged to Aniket.
2009-2010 Dr. Naina Mehta Neha Jhulka 2 Intern, Yuvraj's love interest.
2009-2010 Dr. Yuvraj Oberoi Sehban Azim 2 Intern, Naina's love interest.
2009-2010 Dr. Jitendra Prasad Prasad Barve 2 Intern in Sanjeevani.
2009 Dr. Jiah Modi Preeti Amin 2 Abhimanyu's first wife.
2010 Dr. Shilpa Malhotra Shilpa Anand 2 Riddhima's half sister (Kartik's Daughter) and loves Armaan but leaves him for Riddhima.
2010 Dr. Suvarna Modi Madhura Naik 2 Siddhant's and Abhimanyu's sister.
2010 Dr. Raj Singh Barun Sobti 2
2007-2008 Padma Bansal Gupta Shilpa Tulaskar 1 Head nurse in Sanjeevani, Riddhima's real mother and Shashank's 2nd wife.
2009-2010 Ekta Sohini 1, 2
2007-2009 Nani Vinita Malik 1 Smriti's (Shashank's first wife in 'Sanjivani') mom. Riddhima and Anjali's grandmother.
2009 Ananya 'Annie' Mallik Meher Acharia Dar 1 Armaan's mom. Balvinder "Billy" 's wife
2007/2009 Minnie Swini Khara 1 Patient in Sanjeevani. Armaan's 'girl-friend'
2009-2010 Jignesh 'Jiggy' Karan Paranjpe 2 Male Nurse in Sanjeevani.
2009-2010 Balvinder 'Billy' Mallik Aashif Sheikh 2 Armaan's dad. Ananya "Annie"'s husband
2009 Bubbly Roopal Tyagi 1 Shubhankar's sister.
2009 Nanoo Mahesh Talpade 2 Patient who gives valuable life lessons to Riddhima. Dies later during the series.
2010 Patient Tamanna Jannat Zubair Rahmani 2 Patient in Sanjeevani.
2008-2009 Gappu Alam Khan 1 child actor

Reception[edit]

Malini writing for the Times of India in November 2012 addressed the show as a "cult youth show" she also addressed the fact that the show went through turbulent times when Karan Singh Grover left.[3] Somashukla Sinha Walunjkar also writing for the Times of India in June 2012 wrote that Karan Singh Grover became a huge teenage icon in 2007, and that the show had the best ratings on the channel STAR One, she also stated that there is a demand for season 2 even one and half year after the show going off air.[4]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Dill Mill Gayye- Title Track Sung by Sonu Nigam (Indian singer) and Prajakta Shukre (Contestant of Indian Idol 1)
  • Dill Mill Gayye- Sad Track Sung by Sonu Nigam
  • Asmaani Rang Ho (Armaan-Riddhima's Tune) Composed by Pranit (Female version )- Sung by Aishwarya Majumdar(Contestant and winner of SVOI Chhote Ustad)
  • Asmaani Rang Ho Composed by Pranit (Male)- Sung by Ali Haider
  • Asmaani Rang Ho Lyrics by Pranit
  • Ishq Leta Hain Kaise Imtehaan (Armaan and Riddhima's tune)
  • Kaisa Hain Yeh Khumar (Armaan-Riddhima's tune)
  • Saajnaa (Armaan-Shilpa's Tune)

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dill Mill Gayye completes 9 years: Where is the cast now". Times of India. Retrieved 21 March 2018. 
  2. ^ "Dil Mil Gaye". Archived from the original on 20 November 2009. 
  3. ^ "Small screen's heartthrobs who return on fans' demands". The Times of India. Retrieved 28 April 2016. 
  4. ^ "Big icons of small screen!". The Times of India. Retrieved 28 April 2016. 
  5. ^ "1ST YEAR – LIONS FILM AWARDS 01/01/1993 AT G. D. BIRLA SABHAGARH" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 April 2012. Retrieved 31 July 2014. 
  6. ^ "Ohanna Shivanand Biography". Bollycurry.com. Retrieved 13 February 2018. 
  7. ^ "IndianTelevisionAcademy.com". Retrieved 9 September 2015. 
  8. ^ "The Tenth Indian Telly Awards". Telly Award India. Retrieved 13 February 2018. 

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