Jeannie Aur Juju

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Jeannie Aur Juju
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Image Of Jeannie Aur Juju
Written byKumar Bhatia
Abhishek Chaudhary
Dialogues
Niren Bhatt
Directed byRajan Waghdhare
Creative director(s)Arvind Vishwakarma
StarringSee Below
Composer(s)Background Music
Ashish Rego
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of episodes417
Production
Executive producer(s)Pragat Loke
Lakshmi Singh
Producer(s)Rajiv Mehra
Editor(s)Ashok M. Rathod
Ajay Kumar
Running time21 minutes
Production company(s)Eagle Films Pvt. Ltd.
Release
Original networkSAB TV
Original releaseNovember 5, 2012 (2012-11-05) –
June 6, 2014 (2014-06-06)
External links
Official website

Jeannie Aur Juju (transl. Jeannie and Juju) is an Indian fantasy sitcom which aired on SAB TV Monday through Friday nights. It premiered on 5 November 2012 and ended on 6 June 2014.[1] It is adapted from the American sitcom I Dream of Jeannie.[2] Ali Asgar plays an avatar who discovers a 2000-year-old genie originally played by Giaa Manek.

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around a pilot captain Vikram khanna aka Vicky, who finds a mysterious magical bottle on an island after his airplane crash in which he finds a most beautiful and bubbly 2000 years old Jeannie. There starts a most romantic, adventurous, cute love story of Jeannie and Juju i.e, Vicky, who finally got married in the end of the show.

Cast[edit]

  • Giaa Manek as Jeannie Khanna, who has also been referred to in the series as Jenu, Chutki, Gita, Rajjo Ji, Jwala and Roopa. Manek played Jeannie from 2012−2013.
  • Ali Asgar as Captain Vikram Khanna, who has also been referred to as Vicky, Juju, Moonu, Sweetiepie, Babli Bua, Pandey Ji, Teddy Bear, Jinjora and Rajkumar Vikram. (2012−2014)
  • Harsh Khurana as Captain Virendra Lakhan Pal, known also as Vela and Velu. (2012−2014)
  • Navina Bole as Priyanka "Priya" Seth. Priya has also been called Suman Ji, Bebe, Priyu, Theeki Mirchi, Rajkumari Parineeta
  • Neha Mehta as Jiya, Jeannie's older sister, who has also been referred to as Deedu, Sita, Laal Mirchi (2013)
  • Amit Tandon as Jin Jimmy/Rahul Chaturvedi (2013)
  • Kurush Deboo as Doctor Cyrus DR. (2012−2014)
  • Jiten Mukhi as Pratap Seth
  • Ashiesh Roy as Chatur Ganguly (2012−2014)
  • Jhumma Mitra as Durga Ganguly
  • Shoma Anand as Mrs. Sushmita Khanna
  • Muni Jha as Mr. Brij Khanna
  • Daisy Irani as Veli Dadi
  • Alisha Nathani as Jeannius
  • Karishma Tanna as Sonia/Sonu/Lambi Mirch (2014)
  • Rashmi Singh as Dimpy Lakhan Pal
  • Mayur Verma as Bunny Seth
  • Salim Zaidi as Barfi
  • Farida Jalal as Duggu Dadi (2013)
  • Zahid Ali as Jinjora.
  • Karan Goddwani as Jin Johnny (2013−2014)
  • Simple Kaul as Mooni/Chand Ka Tukda/Chandni (2013−2014)
  • Sukesh Anand as Jin Jagya
  • Tanya Abrol as Jodha
  • Vipul Roy as Jin "Jinthony" Anthony
  • Puneet Vashist as Jin Joker
  • Vikas Grover as Jin Jacky
  • Javed Hyder as Chapri

Production[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "JAJ to go off air". The Times of India. 31 October 2013. Retrieved 23 May 2017.
  2. ^ "Foreign TV adaptations". India Today. 21 March 2017. Retrieved 23 May 2017.

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