Jeet (TV series)

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Jeet
Jeet serial.jpg
A promotional logo image of "Jeet".
Created by Rose Audio Visuals
Directed by Bhooshan Patel
Starring see below
Opening theme "Jeet" by Shaan
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes Total 52
Production
Running time approx. 53 minutes
Release
Original network STAR Plus
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original release 2003 – 2004

Jeet is a Hindi TV serial that aired on STAR Plus, based on lives of three individuals (Vikram, Janki, & Nandini) and their love, of trust and of sacrifice. It is the story of how losing yourself in love is the best victory that you can have. The show now airs on STAR Utsav and is syndicated on TV Asia in the United States.

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The show is mainly based on the life of a young arrogant boy, Vikram Mall, who leaves a successful life in abroad to go back to India to teach in a college where he graduated from, because he deems that he can make a difference. At first, his excessive uprising to the old college’s authority gets him on the wrong side of the trustees, but slowly he manages to gain back the trust of the authority members, and they get him popular among students and other teachers. Vikram's charm first annoys and then interests Janki, a colleague, and they are drawn to each other. But all these hopes are soon washed out as Mall's scarred past catches up with him. The trustee of the college Jamini Devi whose daughter Nandini and Vikram were once in love is hell-bent on throwing Vikram out of the college unless they get back together again much against Jamini Devi's well laid plans. Shortly as the time passes, Nandini also comes as a professor to the college with the sole intention of spiting Vikram. Nandini and Mall are in fact victims of a misunderstanding which was carefully planned out by Nandini's, mother Jamini Devi.b

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