Estrambótica Anastasia

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Estrambótica Anastasia is a Venezuelan telenovela, produced by Coral International for Radio Caracas Television in 2004. It was written by Martín Hahn, who is known for telenovelas like "La mujer de Judas" y Amor a Palos". It lasted for 146 episodes, and was broadcast Monday to Friday on Radio Caracas Television. It was also broadcast in Mexico, on TV Azteca, the United States on Univision and TeleFutura, among others. Many of the actors who appear in Estrambótica Anastasia also appeared in Mi Gorda Bella and would subsequently appear in Amor a Palos in 2005.


Anastasia is a beautiful woman, who came from humble beginnings and whose dreams become reality when, thanks to her extravagant personality, she gets a well known jewelry company out of bankruptcy. This generates her millions of dollars with her work as a model. Anastasia becomes the Borosfky family's good luck charm. However, she meets Aureliano and that whole glamorous world will become her worst nightmare. Once in search of her freedom, Anastasia will meet the dark side of the Borosfky dynasty and will reveal one by one the secrets hidden behind the Cross of Dreams, an accursed jewel, valued at millions of dollars, which belonged to the EmpressCatherine II of Russia. Terrorized and anxious to save herself, she will suffer an attack that ends the life of one of her sisters, whose body will disappear along with a large part of the Borosfky inheritance. This tragedy will cause Anastasia to return to the Borosfky mansion to try to figure out the plan carried out against her. While this occurs, Aureliano will become her most fervent ally and the only man who can make her dream again.



  • "En Tu Cruz Me Clavaste" is sung by Spanish singer Chenoa who made a guest appearance on the show as herself.
  • "Eso" by Argentine singer Axel Fernando which is the theme for Anastasia and Aureliano
  • "Luz" by Spanish singer Miguel Nandez, which is the theme for Santiago and Violeta.

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