Hongey Judaa Na Hum

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Hongey Judaa Na Hum
A Promotional Image-Logo or intertitle of Hongey Judaa Na Hum
Intertitle of Hongey Judaa Na Hum
Written by Vipul Mehta
Vishal Watwani
Renu Watwani
Priyanka Ghatak
Sharad Tripathi
Directed by Irfan Shaikh
Starring See below
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 107
Production
Producer(s) Ravi Adhikari
Paritosh Painter
Editor(s) Prashant Palande
Location(s) Mumbai, India
Cinematography Amit Singh
Running time Approx. 20 minutes
Production company(s) Shri Adhikari Brothers
Release
Original network Sony Entertainment Television India and Sony Entertainment Television Asia
Picture format 720i (SDTV)
Original release 10 September 2012 – 20 March 2013
External links
Website

Hongey Judaa Na Hum (English: We Can Not Be Separated; Hindi: होंगे जुदा ना हम ) is an Indian television drama series and premiered on Sony Entertainment Television India on 10 September 2012. The story depicts the tempestuous love story of a young married couple, rediscovering love after meeting with a car crash, erasing their memory. The show stars Raqesh Vashisth and Aamna Sharif in the lead roles and marks the return of Aamna Sharif to television after six years.[1] The show is now off-air.[2] Hongey Judaa Na Hum ended on 20 March 2013 due to low TRP's.

Plot[edit]

Rohan (Raqesh Vashisth) and Muskaan (Aamna Sharif) are a young couple who have been married for five years. They love each other deeply but continuously bicker and fight. However Muskaan's mother, Tara (Deepshikha) does not like Muskaan's marriage with Rohan as they fight a lot while Rohan's family loves Muskaan a lot. One day, the two of them meet with a tragic car accident. Rohan and Muskaan lose their memory and forget their past as well as each other. Dr. Anirudh (Aamir Ali), a good friend and doctor of Muskan, asks them to stay separate for their well being. Thus they start life afresh with their families, separated from each other. A year passes, and life gives Rohan and Muskaan another chance. Rohan has a good friend, Anushka (Pavitra Punia), who is his paying guest but Rohan ultimately falls for Muskaan unknowing his past. While Anushka falls for Rohan, circumstances lead Muskaan to marry Anirudh as Tara wanted because she was aware of Anirudh's love towards Muskaan. But as fate would have it, Rohan gets back him memory and is shocked and tries to get Muskaan back. Anushka, who is in love with Rohan, tries to do everything she can to separate Rohan and Muskaan, tries to kill Muskaan. There is a party going on in Duggal's house and Anushka takes advantage of it and sneaks into Tara Duggal's room and takes her gun. She tries to shoot Muskaan. She is afraid of getting get caught so Anushka goes to the hospital and kills Tara. In Tara's funeral Anirudh reveals the truth of Muskaan being Rohan's wife and they finally get married. Anirudh meets them one final time before leaving for London. Muskaan starts a new life with Rohan. There is a new entry of a lady named Rama (Kishwar Merchant) who is Rohan's paternal cousin Badri's (Manmohan Tiwari) wife. She plans to create tension in the house. The show ends with Muskaan getting kidnapped and while trying to save Muskaan, Rohan and Muskaan die, Rama and Lallan were arrested for their murder. The show ends with Muskaan and Rohan dying together and living in heaven together.

Cast[edit]

Character Portrayed by Role
Muskaan Rohan Mishra Aamna Sharif Female Protagonist Rohan's wife (Dead)
Rohan Mishra Raqesh Vashisth Male Protagonist, Muskaan's Husband (Dead)
Mr. Mishra Shahab Khan Rajiv and Rohan's Father
Rajiv Mishra Rakesh Kukreti Rohan's Elder Brother, Preeti's Husband,Chintu's Father
Maria Khushbu Thakkar Cafe Manager at Muskaan's Restaurant
Preeti Rajiv Mishra Gungun Uprari Rohan's Sister-in-Law,Rajiv's wife,Chintu's mother
Chintu Rajiv Mishra Vishesh Bansal Rohan's Nephew; Preeti and Rajiv's Son
Anushka Pavitra Punia Mishra house's paying guest and Rohan's friend, Rohan's Lover, Antagonist
Tara Avinash Duggal Deepshika Muskaan and Rishi's Mother, Abhi's wife (Dead)
Avinash Duggal Ayub Khan Muskaan and Rishi's Father,Tara's Husband
Rishi Avinash Duggal Rehan Sayed Muskaan's Brother,Abhi and Tara's Son
Dr. Anirudh Sharma Aamir Ali Parallel Male Protagonist, Rohan and Muskaan's Doctor and friend, Muskaan's Lover and Ex-Fiance,
Mrs. Sharma Suhasini Mulay Dr. Anirrudh's Grandmother
Mr. Sharma Amit Singh Thakur Dr. Anirrudh's Father
Mrs. Sharma Usha Bacchani Dr. Anirrudh's Mother
Nitai Avijit Some Servant of Duggal Family
Simran Rajpal Nigaar Khan Wife of Abhi's friend
Rama Kishwar Merchant Rohan's elder cousin sister-in-law,Lallan's sister, Badri's wife, Antagonist
Badri Mishra Manmohan Tiwari Rohan's elder cousin, Rama's Husband
Lallan Mishra Rama's Elder Brother, Antagonist
Rajeev Rajeev Khandelwal Cameo appearance on 24 January 2012 as muskan's college friend.

trps[edit]

the show started with poor trps of 1.2 and continued maintaining trps from 0.8-1.1+ in 2012.later in 2013 the show fell down and started recording trps of 0.4-0.5 .It closed with a trp of 0.4

Replacement[edit]

Hongey Judaa Na Hum ended on 20 March 2013completing about 107 episodes and is replaced by Optimystix's new show on Sony TV Chhanchhan from 25 March 2013.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aaamna Sharif's return to the small screen after five years". Times of India. 9 August 2012. Retrieved 2 November 2012.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help)
  2. ^ "Love Marriage Ya Arranged Marriage and Hongey Judaa Na Hum... next to bid adieu on Sony Entertainment Television". Tellychakkar. Retrieved 19 January 2013. 

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