Karamchand

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Karamchand
Written by
  • Pankaj Prakash
  • Anil Chaudhary
Directed byPankaj Parashar
StarringPankaj Kapur,
Sushmita Mukherjee
Sucheta Khanna
Composer(s)Anand-Milind
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes50
Production
Running time
  • Season 1: 25 min (approx)
  • Season 2: 45 min (approx)
Release
Original network
Picture format
Original release1985 –
21 April 2007 (2007-04-21)

Karamchand is an Indian detective TV series telecast in the 1980s. It was broadcast on India's national television channel DD1, and was one of India's first detective series.[1] The title character was played by noted actor Pankaj Kapur. The role of his assistant Kitty was played by Sushmita Mukherjee. Famous music director duo Anand-Milind composed the theme music and title track for the series.

Plot[edit]

Karamchand is a detective who helps the local police solve murders in his inimitable style, always munching on carrots and often playing chess with the Police inspector A Khan. He has a funny assistant, Kitty. And whenever she asks a silly question, or almost reveals the secret, Karamchand says, "Shut up, Kitty".

Cast[edit]

Season 1
Season 2

Revival[edit]

Sony Entertainment Television revived this serial in 2007. Pankaj Kapur reprised his role as the carrot chewing Karamchand while Kitty was played by Sucheta Khanna. The second version of the program aired on Saturdays at 9:00 PM.

In other media[edit]

In response to Leonard's detective novel, Raj Kuthrapali mentioned Karamchand in Season 11, Episode 15 of The Big Bang Theory episode "The Novelization Correlation."[2]

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