Kaise Kahoon

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Kaise Kahoon
Created by Future Communication Studios
Written by Nawab Arzoo
Directed by Shiv Shyam Tripathi & Javed Sayyed
Starring see below
Opening theme "Kaise Kahoon" by Mahalaxmi Iyer
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes Total 106
Producer(s) Sattee Shourie, Mona Kapoor, & Archana Shourie
Running time approx. 23 minutes
Original network Zee TV
Picture format 480i (SDTV),
Original release 5 February – 7 August 2001

Kaise Kahoon is an Indian soap opera telecast on the popular Hindi general entertainment channel, Zee TV in 2001. The series is produced by the popular Indian television producer, Mona Shourie Kapoor who is known from her earlier projects on DD National channel, and starrs the Bollywood actor Rahul Roy in the main lead.[1] The series broadcast every Monday - Thursday at 3:30pm IST.[2] The story revolves around two close friends from different communities whose friendship extends to their families. But due to certain misunderstandings and having opposing views in members of the two families, they begin to drift apart.


The plot tackels two main issues: a lesson on how people of different communities can live together peacefully and second about the role of women' in society. The story portrays the lives of two best friends, Zahir Ahmed & Sudhir Sinha. Despite their trust and respect for each other, there are people who resent their friendship and want to drive a wedge between them.



In UK, due to a quick ending of Kaise Kahoon, the viewers of Zee TV channel were really offended, and believed that the series was discontinued by the channel; however, in response, the channel said that the series was shown in full.[3]

See also[edit]

Mona Shourie Kapoor


  1. ^ "Kaise Kahoon is being premiered this afternoon on Zee TV". Screen India: Namita Nivas. 2001-02-23. 
  2. ^ "Zee TV draws up new programming lineup of soaps; bids to regain lost ground". Indian Television.com. 2001. 
  3. ^ "Kaise Kahoon waves goodbye!". BIZ Asia. 2001-09-06. 

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