Jai Shri Krishna

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Jai Shri Krishna
Jaisrikrishna.jpg
Titlecard of Jai Shri Krishna
Created by Sagar Pictures
Starring Meghan Jadhav as Krishna
Opening theme Jai Shri Krishna,jai shri.....
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
Tamil
Bangali
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 285
Production
Running time 20 minutes
Release
Original network Colors TV
Picture format 720i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release 21 July 2008 (2008-07-21) – 15 September 2009 (2009-09-15)
External links
Jai Shri Krishna Official Website

Jai Shri Krishna (English: Hail Lord Krishna) is an Indian television series produced by Sagar Pictures, which aired on Colors in Hindi from 21 July 2008 to 15 September 2009 and also on Raj TV in Tamil [1]from 20 April 2009 to 14 June 2010.[2] , And Colors Bangla from 8 February 2012 to 28 April 2013.

Actor Meghan Jadhav played Krishna. It is the remake of Ramanand Sagar's successful show Sri Krishna and was handled by Moti Sagar (son of Ramanand Sagar) of Sagar Pictures. It is based on Mahabharata, Harivamsa, Bhagavata Purana and the Vishnu Purana. It is aired regularly on Rishtey in the UK.

Plot[edit]

Jai Shri Krishna tells the story of the Bhagavan Vishnu's avatar, Shree Krishna. The story takes place in India, covering cities like Gokhul, Mathura, Hastinapur, and Dawaraka. It shows the different leelas, or stories, of Shree Krishna from his birth, childhood, teenage years, and time as prince of Mathura and prince of Dwarka.

The program touched on many different aspects of his life, through the retelling of the leelas, it is told that he was known as Makhan Chor (butter thief) and of his eternal friendship with Sudama as a good example of true friendship. Other aspects include some of his adventures, such as when he killed the demon queen Putana and tamed the venomous serpent Kaliya. Yet another amazing story was how as a little boy he showed the entire universe in his open mouth to his foster Mother, Yashoda.

As a teenager he shared a divine relationship with Radha. His dance with the Gopis (milkmaids) of Vrindavana became known as the Rasa lila. Later, when he became a fully grown man, the series tells about how he slayed his evil uncle, Kans (although, in the actual tales, Krishna was much younger when he slayed his uncle – he may have been as young as 12 years old).

After becoming a prince, Krishna married Rukmini, Satyabhama and Jambavati. Krishna also married 16,100 maidens who were being held in captivity by the demon Narakasura. He did this to save their honor. Krishna's wives are believed to be forms of the goddess Lakshmi, who is the consort of Vishnu.

In terms of family and friends, the series tells how Krishna was the cousin of Pandavas and best friend of Arjuna. He was like a brother to Draupadi and rescued her when she was insulted and almost assaulted by the Kauravs, who had unfairly won her, along with the rest of the Pandava's assets, in a wager. He imparted the knowledge of Bhagvad Gita to motivate Arjuna, prior to the great battle of Kurukshetra.

The series portrays Lord Shree Krishna as the perfect son, husband, brother, friend, king and lover of many. The show followed every aspect of Lord Krishna's life up until Lord Krishna's teenage years.

Cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Role
Meghan Jadhav Krishna
Dhriti Bhatia Krishna (Child)
Pinky Rajput Krishna (Child)
Virti Vaghani Radha (Child)
Kunal Gaud Krishna (Young)
Aditi Sajwan Yashoda Maiya / Nandraniji
Zeb Khan Nand / Nandrai / Nandraiji
Reema Debnath Goddess Parvati
Saurabh Raj Jain Lord Vishnu
Kritika Sharma Radha Rani
Nitin Prabhat Balram
Raj Premi Kans / Kongsho (Bengali)
Yogesh Mahajan Marathi Vasudeva Ji
Prachi Pathak Keshni (Wife Of Kans)

Crew[edit]

Designation Name
Producer/Director Amrit Sagar Moti Sagar
Story, Screenplay & Research Meenakshi Sagar Research Team
Music Mithlesh sharma
Lyrics Krishna Bharadwaj
Editor Vikash JHa
Costumes Sheela Sagar
Casting Director Shivgopal Krishna
Cinematography Nikhil Sinha
Art Chokkas Bharadwaj

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tamil Tv Serials Jai Shri Krishna | Nettv4u". nettv4u. Retrieved 2018-01-10. 
  2. ^ "Jai Shri Krishna TV Series All Characters Original Names with Pics". Characters Real Names. 2017-10-17. Retrieved 2018-01-10. 

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