Kasamh Se

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Kasamh Se
Kasamh Se1.jpg
Intertitle of Kasamh Se
Created by Balaji Telefilms
Written by Story
Nim Sood
Screenplay
Sonali Kotnis, Bhavesh Mandalia, Bobby Bhonsle, Mahesh Pandey, Gaurav Sharma, Vandana Tiwari Fatima Rangila
Dialogues
Brij Mohan Pandey, Rekkha Modi, Dheeraj Sarna, Sharad tripathi, Mirdu Sharma & Vinod Sharma
Directed by Arvind Gupta, Anil V. Kumar, Javed Sayyed, Fahad Kashmiri, Rohit Malhotra, Yash Chauhan, Talat Jani, Taimur A. Bajwa, Rohit Dwivedi, Vicky Chauhan, Mohit Hussain, Muzammil Desai, Deepak Chavan, Ashish Srivastav & Vijay Saini
Creative director(s) Nivedita Basu Sandiip Sikcand, Vikas Gupta, Suraj Rao, Mitu & Sukriti Saxena
asso. creative head
Tasneem Mehta
Starring See Below
Opening theme "Kasamh Se" by Nihira Joshi
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of episodes 742
Production
Producer(s) Ekta Kapoor & Shobha Kapoor
Cinematography Deepak Malwankar, Sanjay Memane & Anil Katke
Editor(s) Vikas Sharma, Vishal Sharma, Swapnil Nerurkar & Manus Majumdar
Running time 24 minutes
Production company(s) Balaji Telefilms
Release
Original network Zee TV
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
First shown in Zee TV on 16 January 2006 (2006-01-16)
Original release 16 January 2006 – 12 March 2009
External links
Website

Kasamh Se (English: The Promise) is an Indian soap opera produced by Ekta Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms which aired on Zee TV from 16 January 2006 through 12 March 2009 on Monday through Friday.[1] The story dealt with the trials and tribulations of three sisters Bani, Piya and Rano.

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around the three Dixit sisters Bani (Prachi Desai/ Gurdeep Kohli), Piya (Roshni Chopra) and Rano (Arunima Sharma/ Pallavi Purohit) who live in Mount Abu with their widower father, Nishikant Dixit. After their father's death, as per his last wish, the three sisters move to Mumbai to live with the wealthy acquaintance of their father, Jai Walia (Ram Kapoor), who is a middle aged man. From hereon, the destinies of the four people take them through unexpected turns and circumstances where the relationship among the three sisters and the promise they made of supporting one another through every thick and thin is tested. Bani gets married to Jai, Pia gets married to Jai's employee Pushkar Shukla, Rano gets married to Jai's nephew Sahil Bali (son of Jai's sister Jigyasa and Jai's friend Aditya Bali) and their dramatic lives move with their families.The show takes leaps after that story revolves around lives of their grown-up children.

Cast[edit]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Role
2006 Kalakar Awards[2] Best Actress (Television) Prachi Desai Bani Walia
Best Serial Ekta Kapoor Producer
6th Indian Telly Awards[3] Best Daily Serial Ekta Kapoor Producer
Best Actress in Negative Role Ashwini Kalsekar Jigyasa Bali
Best Fresh New Face (Female) Prachi Desai Bani Walia
Best Onscreen Couple Ram Kapoor and Prachi Desai Jai and Bani Walia
Best Actor (Popular) Ram Kapoor Jai Walia
6th Indian Television Academy Awards[4] Best Actor (Jury) Ram Kapoor Jai Walia
Best Serial (Jury) Ekta Kapoor Producer
2007 7th Indian Telly Awards[5] Best Actor in Negative Role Ronit Roy Aparijit Deb
Best Actress (Popular) Prachi Desai Bani Walia
Best Actor (Popular) Ram Kapoor Jai Walia
7th Indian Television Academy Awards[6] Best Actress in Negative Role Ashwini Kalsekar Jigyasa Bali
2008 8th Indian Telly Awards[7] Best Continuing TV Programme Ekta Kapoor Producer
Special Recommendation Prachi Desai Bani Walia

Broadcast[edit]

Country Channel Language Local title
 France Antenne Réunion French Kasamh Se[8][9]
 Mauritius MBC1 Hindi with English subtitles
BlankMap-Africa.svg Francophone Africa Zee Magic French La promesse[10]
 India Zee TV Hindi Kasamh Se[11]
Middle East and North Africa Zee Alwan Syrian Arabic الوعد
 South Africa ZeeWorld DSTV/GOTv English The Promise
 Trinidad and Tobago CNC3
 Vietnam Today TV Mưu đồ ẩn giấu[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vickey Lalwani. "Kasamh Se to be discontinued". Times of India. Retrieved 18 April 2016. 
  2. ^ "Winners of Kalakar Awards" (PDF). 
  3. ^ "Winners of Indian Telly Awards 2006". 
  4. ^ "Winners of Indian Television Academy Awards 2006". 
  5. ^ "Winners of Indian Telly Awards 2007". 
  6. ^ "Winners of Indian Television Academy Awards 2007". 
  7. ^ "Winners of Indian Telly Awards 2008". 
  8. ^ "Kasamh Se webpage". Kasamh Se - télé la Réunion. Antenne Reunion Télévision. Retrieved 26 July 2014. 
  9. ^ "'Kasamh Se', les Feux de l'Amour à la sauce Indienne". Kasamh Se. Antenne Reunion Télévision. 18 June 2013. Retrieved 26 July 2014. 
  10. ^ Fakir Hassen (5 November 2015). "Zee TV expands French service to Indian Ocean island nations". India Today. Retrieved 2 June 2016. 
  11. ^ Angela Ramsoondur Mungur. "Female Indo-Mauritian negotiation of beauty and Bollywood TV serials (draft paper)". Academia. Retrieved 2 June 2016. 
  12. ^ "India's popular daily soap "Kasamh Se" broadcast as "Mưu đồ ẩn giấu" in Vietnam". Retrieved 2016-01-01. 

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