Gumrah: End of Innocence

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Gumrah: End of Innocence
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Genre Reality; Documentary
Created by Channel V India
Written by Amit Senchoudhary,
Juhi Shekhar,
Neeraj Udhwani,
Vikas Gupta (producer),
Dharam Dhiman, Nihar Mehta
Directed by Kushal źaveri, Suyash Wadhwakar, Vishal Bhosale, Vikram Rai
Creative director(s) Karan Agarwal, Mitali Mitra
Presented by Karan Kundra (2012-2014)
Abhay Deol (2014)
Karanvir Bohra (2014-2015)
Karan Patel (2015-2016) [1]
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 5
Executive producer(s) Jigar Thakkar,
Vatsala Patel
Producer(s) Ekta Kapoor,
Shobha Kapoor
Location(s) Mumbai, Maharashtra
Cinematography Hanoz VK (Hanoz Kerawala) Also Known as "BAWA" in the Film-Industry.
Editor(s) Sandeep Bhatt
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 45 minutes
Production company(s) Balaji Telefilms
Original network Channel V India
Picture format 720i (SDTV)
Original release 11 March 2012 – 26 June 2016
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Gumrah: End of Innocence is an Indian crime television series that started airing from March 2012 on Channel V India. The show presents crime related incidents committed by young people. The series is produced by Ekta Kapoor[2] under her banner Balaji Telefilms

The show went on air on Channel V India on 11 March 2012 airing weekly with rebroadcasts on Channel V India, Star Plus. The second season, it began broadcasting daily.[3] Season 3 started airing from 7 July 2013. The opening episode was co-anchored by Chitrangada Singh and Karan Kundra. Season 4 was hosted by Abhay Deol who was replaced by Karanvir Bohra.[1] Season 5 started on 22 March 2015


The show explores and suggests the right measures to avert crimes, narrating real-life stories revolving around harassment, kidnapping, murders and all sorts of crime made by teenagers.

Series overview[edit]

The first season was a weekly program airing on Sunday evenings at 7:00 PM IST hosted by Karan Kundra.[4]

The second season was aired Monday through Friday evenings at 8:00 PM IST hosted by Karan Kundra.[5]

The third season was again a weekly program airing on Sunday evenings at 7:00 PM IST hosted by Karan Kundra.[6]

The fourth season began as a weekend show broadcast on Sunday afternoon at 1:00 PM IST[7] and repeats at evenings at 7:00 PM IST were hosted by Abhay Deol.[8] After completion of 8 episodes, Abhay Deol was replaced by Karanvir Bohra[9] and the show was broadcast on Saturday & Sunday afternoon at 1:00 PM IST with repeats at evenings at 7:00 PM IST.

The fifth season was also a weekend show that aired every Saturday & Sunday evenings at 7:00 PM IST. The season was hosted by Karan Patel.[10][11]

Season No. of
Originally aired Hosts
Season premiere Season finale
1 16 11 March 2012 1 July 2012 Karan Kundra
2 112 9 July 2012 18 November 2012 Karan Kundra
3 32 7 July 2013 9 February 2014 Karan Kundra
4 42 31 August 2014 15 March 2015 Abhay Deol (8 Episodes)
Karanvir Bohra (Rest of the series)
5 67 22 March 2015 26 June 2016 Karan Patel




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