Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

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Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi
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Genre
Written by
  • Story
  • Mahesh Pandey
  • Vikram Khurana
  • Durjoy Datta
  • Parag Kulkarnni
  • Mitali Bhattacharya
  • Mousumi Choudhury
  • Arundhati Sharma
  • Shashank Shekhar
  • Screenplay
  • Manoj Tripathi
  • Shashank Shekhar
  • Raghuvir Shekhawat
  • DurjoyDatta
  • Arundhati Sharma
  • Dialogues
  • Divya Nidhi Sharma
  • Aparajita Sharma
Directed by
  • Akhilesh S. Bhagat
  • Prateek Shah
  • Noel Smith
Creative director(s)
  • Dharam Dhiman
  • Gagan Puri
  • Ishita
  • Riya Sengupta
Starring See Below
Theme music composer
  • Adil-Prashant
  • Subhajit Mukherjee
  • Arpita Mukherjee
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 414
Production
Producer(s)
Cinematography
  • Manggesh Mahadik
  • Shahid Ansari
Editor(s)
  • Kshitija Khandagale
  • Shatrughan Singh
  • Vishwanath Singh
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 22 minutes
Production company(s)
Release
Original network Sony TV
Picture format
Original release 29 February 2016 (2016-02-29) – 2 November 2017 (2017-11-02)
External links
Website
Production website

Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi (English: A few colors of love can be like this too) was an Indian romance television series, which originally aired on Sony TV[1] from February 29, 2016,[2][3] to November 2, 2017,[4] lasting two seasons.

Shaheer Sheikh, Erica Fernandes and Supriya Pilgaonkar play the lead roles. The series is a realistic take on the romantic relationship between Dev and Sonakshi. Their love story and how it will impact the unique, close-knit relationship between Dev and his mother is the main theme of the show.[1][5]

Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi has been dubbed in Tamil as Ini Ellam Vasanthame (Hereafter Only Spring) and broadcast on Polimer TV, and in Telugu as Amma Nenu O Ammayi and broadcast on (Mom, Me & One Girl) Gemini TV. It is also dubbed in Malayalam as Pranayavarnangal (Colours Of Love) and is currently airing on Kairali TV. It is dubbed in Arabic as well as وجوه الحب (The Faces of Love) and airs on MBC Bollywood.[6] Due to Sheikh's popularity in Indonesia, the show has also been dubbed in Bahasa as Dev & Sona and airs on ANTV.[7]

The series has received positive critical response, with some praise directed at Sheikh's performance and his chemistry with Erica Fernandes.[8][9] In late November 2016, there were reports stating that the show is going to go off air giving way to historical drama Peshwa Bajirao, but rejecting the reports the channel briefed that, "Kuch Rang is one of our best shows. It is doing great on the TRP charts and also has a dedicated fan following. People love the characters. There’s no question of ending the show."[10]

In January 2017, after Dev and Sonakshi's separation in the show a 7-year leap was introduced.[11] Dev was shown as a person who cares only about himself and Sonakshi turned into a mature businesswoman and a single mother.[12] The show became the most popular feature show on Indian Television on the basis of The Times of India's conducted poll on Twitter in late March 2017.[13]

On 31 August 2017, the channel announced that because of viewer demand the show would be brought back, with an estimated air date in mid-September 2017.[14]

Plot[edit]

The show is set in Delhi, and revolves around Mr. Devrath "Dev" Dixit (Shaheer Sheikh), a business tycoon and Dr. Sonakshi "Sona" Bose (Erica Fernandes), a nutritionist.

Dev is a successful business tycoon who lives with his mother Ishwari, whom he's devoted to and his three beloved sisters, Neha, Nikki and Riya, his uncle Baldev, his aunt Radha/Radharani and their son Vikram/Vicky. Sonakshi, on the other hand is a consulting nutritionist, who hails from a middle class Bengali family of five, and is appointed by Dev as Ishwari's permanent consulting nutritionist. Initially, both Ishwari and Dev are indifferent to Sonakshi but gradually form a bond with her. After a near death experience with a car accident, Sonakshi falls for Dev but Dev has become engaged to his business partner Natasha. Just before his engagement, Dev realises his love for Sona and they confess their feelings to each other. Meanwhile, Dev's sister Neha gets married to Ranveer, her English tutor who is from a lower-middle-class family.

Ishwari finds out about Dev and Sonakshi's relationship and reluctantly agrees to their alliance but soon succumbs to depression finding it hard to make room for another woman in her son's life. Sensing his mother's disapproval, Dev breaks up with Sonakshi. Dev and Sonakshi fail to move on in their lives and seeing Dev's condition, Ishwari agrees to their marriage. Dev's aunt Radha Rani, manipulates her sister-in-law Ishwari to have Dev make her son Vicky a project head at the office. Their marriage on the rocks, Ranveer files a harassment case against Neha, leading to their divorce. Sonakshi's cousin Elena Bose elopes with Vicky shocking the Bose family. Dev resolves Bose family's financial crisis. Sonakshi comes to know from Dev that she has only a 7% chance of conceiving. Sonakshi agrees to undergo fertility treatment as decided by Ishwari. Radharani continues stoking fires and misrepresents how Dev helped Sonakshi's elder brother Saurabh Bose with a huge loan leading to tensions between the Dixit and Bose families. A number of misunderstandings initially conducted by Radharani and Vicky leads Dev and Sonakshi to separate and she leaves Delhi.

A seven-year leap is introduced in the story line. Sonakshi is now the mother of her and Dev's daughter, six-year old Suhana, and has become a successful businesswoman in her field. The family returns to Delhi from Kolkata due to Sonakshi's work, and Sonakshi tells Suhana that her father lives in Delhi. Elena and Vicky are now the parents of six-year old Golu. Sonakshi and Dev meet after years at an award function, and as fate has it, Suhana and Golu study in the same school. Soon, Dev realizes that Suhana is his daughter, and he reveals his identity to her. After much hesitation, the girl accepts Dev as her father. For their daughter, Dev and Sonakshi make a deal to live together, while Saurabh gets married to Ronita. Gradually, Dev's love for his ex-wife starts rekindling. Sonakshi becomes involved in dealing with a dangerous man called Khatri who had been blackmailing Ishwari. Ishwari starts liking Sona and realizes her mistake. Dev and Sonakshi soon reunite as they realize their love for each other. Season 1 ends with Sonakshi giving birth to Shubh, her and Dev's son, while Saurabh and Ronita gives birth to a girl, Sonita.

Season 2 starts with a leap of six months. Dev and Sonakshi are finding it difficult to handle the kids and work simultaneously. Ishwari, being tensed about the upbringing of the children tells Sonakshi to quit her job and stay at home to look after Shubh and Suhana. However, Dev is well aware of Sonakshi's love for her work, so he tells her to resume her job. He himself stops working and stays at home to manage the household. Initially there is a lot of conflict seen among the members of the family and other people but Dev and Sonakshi leave no stone unturned to justify their decision. Finally, after a lot of struggle, people understand their point and Dev is immensely praised by his family and others. Season 2 ends on a happy note with Shubh speaking his first words 'Papa','Ma', and everyone is overwhelmed.

Cast[edit]

Guest stars[edit]

Production[edit]

After successful completion of one year of the TV series, Yash Patnaik, Chairman and Managing Director of Beyond Dreams Entertainment known for showcasing "simple yet strong story telling" shows stated that he is happy as viewers quickly accepted the "experiment with conviction" show. He further said that the positive way of showing the "simplicity clubbed with beauty" series along with a slight gambling with characters, plots and story telling paid off in the end. Thanking Sony TV's management for giving the show one-year extension, he said the credit goes to his wife, Mamta Yash A Patnaik, Producer, Chief Creative Director of Entertainment and co-founder of Beyond Dreams Entertainment for being the actual person behind the show's success.[15]

Season overview[edit]

Season No. of
episodes
Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 388 29 February 2016 24 August 2017
2 26 25 September 2017[16][17] 2 November 2017

Soundtracks[edit]

On 10 February 2017 the channel released a compilation of show's romantic songs on YouTube as Valentine's Day special.[18] "Tu Mujhme Mujhse Zyaada Hai (Duet)" is one of the "Most Romantic Hindi Title Songs" among the shows telecasted by the channel.[19]

No.TitleLength
1."Ye Lamhe Hazar Se"3:17[20]
2."Rang Rahi Hoon Ye Kaise Rang Mein"1:33[21]
3."Badle Se Din Aur Badli Se Raatein (Duet)"4:26[22]
4."Badle Se Din Aur Badli Se Raatein (Female)"2:08[23]
5."Tu Mujhme Mujhse Zyaada Hai (Male)"2:10[24]
6."Tu Mujhme Mujhse Zyaada Hai (Female)"2:27[25]
7."Tu Mujhme Mujhse Zyaada Hai (Duet)"4:04[26]
8."Kismat Ke Likhe Khel Kisne Dekhe"3:08[27]
9."Kyun Is Dafa Tu Mujhse Yun Khafa Hai"2:00[28]
10."Waqt Ne Kiya Kya Haseen Sitam" (Recreated by music directors Adil-Prashant)N/A[29]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2016 Zee Gold Awards Best Female Debut Erica Fernandes Nominated[30]
Best Supporting Actress Supriya Pilgaonkar
Best Onscreen Jodi Shaheer Sheikh and Erica Fernandes
Best Television Show Inspire Films
Asiavision Awards Star Of The Year Shaheer Sheikh Won[31]
Asian Viewers Television Awards Soap of the Year Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi Won[32]
Female Actor of the Year Erica Fernandes
Male Actor of the Year Shaheer Sheikh Nominated[32]
India News Awards Best Jodi of the Year Shaheer Sheikh and Erica Fernandes Won[33]
2017 Lions Gold Awards Favourite Jodi (Popular) Shaheer Sheikh and Erica Fernandes Won[34]
Favourite Best Actor (Supporting Role) Mushtaq Khan
Favourite Best Actress (Supporting Role) Supriya Pilgaonkar

References[edit]

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