Jabb Love Hua

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Jab Love Hua
JLH Promo.jpg
A logo of Jabb Love Hua used from April 2006 to July 2006.
Created by Zee TV Creative Team
Written by Story
Manta Patnaik
Screenplay
Radhika Borkar & Anand SivaKumaram
Dialogues
Preiti Mamgain & Sagar Gupta
Directed by Tony Singh, Imtiaz Punjabi, Deeya Singh and Romesh Kalra
Creative director(s) Creative Supervision
Saurabh Tewari (Zee TV)
Show Packaging
Seema Sawhney Sharma & Sundhir Sharma (Sunshine Productions India)
Costume Designer
Nisha Bedi Rai & Ritu Deora
Starring see below
Theme music composer Raju Singh
Opening theme "Jabb Love Hua" sung by Himani Kapoor and Raju Singh
Lyrics
Preiti Mamgain
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 256[1]
Production
Executive producer(s) Anu Samsay (Zee TV)
Producer(s) Deeya & Tony G. Singh
Cinematography Neeraj Baliyan
Editor(s) Rocchak Ahuja
Running time approx. 22 minutes
Production company(s) DJ's Creative Unit
Release
Original network Zee TV
Picture format 480i (SDTV),
Original release April 24, 2006 – July 12, 2007
External links
Website www.zeetv.com/shows/jab-love-hua/

Jabb Love Hua (English: When love happened or When [we] fell in love) is a Hindi serial that aired on Zee TV from April 24, 2006[2] to July 12, 2007. It starred Sudeep Sahir and Priya Badlani in the main roles.

Plot[edit]

The show starts with Aanya Shroff (Priya Badlani), a girl born with silver spoon in her mouth, accidentally making an undesirable wish and her whole family gets in trouble and run from the town and they end into a village where Raghu (Sudeep Sahir), a villager boy lived. When Aanya encounters Raghu, both are disappointed by each other's behaviour and end up fighting. But gradually both start falling for the other and their fights become the string that attach each other. Bhola (Rahul Lohani), Raghu's best friend fall in love with Isha, Aanya's sister who is jealous of Aanya. The series depict their love story as a city girl falls for a villager and she accepts the village lifestyle.[3]

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