Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon

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Madhubala — Ek Ishq Ek Junoon
Genre Drama
Romance
Written by
Directed by Ravindra Gautam
Creative director(s) Yoma Shreshth
Starring Drashti Dhami
Vivian Dsena
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 648
Production
Producer(s) Abhinav Shukla
Cinematography Ganesh Sankla
Editor(s) Rochak Ahuja
Production company(s) Nautanki Films
Release
Original network Colors TV
Picture format
Original release 9 March 2013 – 9 August 2014
External links
Official website colors.in.com/in/shows/madhubala-ek-ishq-ek-junoon-3485.html

Madhubala — Ek Ishq Ek Junoon (English: Madhubala — A Love, A Passion) is an Indian television series that premiered on 28 May 2012[citation needed] and ran through until 9 August 2014,[citation needed] Produced to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema, it aired on Colors TV Monday through Saturday evenings.

Plot[edit]

'Madhubala' is the story of Madhubala who was born on a film set. While working as a beautician to fund her family she encounters Bollywood superstar Rishab Kundra (RK) . The encounter eventually leads to a marriage. Madhubala encounters quite a lot of struggles post the marriage, but does eventually fall in love with RK genuinely. On the other hand, RK was pretending to love her and walks out on her. This sets the wheels for a revenge game, however eventually they do get married genuinely as RK realizes his love for Madhubala. Later she becomes the heroine opposite RK in "Ishq" a movie produced by RK. The movie ends up being a huge success and places Madhubala in the limelight. RK lashes out on Madhubala. Madhubala loses her baby thereafter due to stress inflicted by RK and family. Eventually Madhubala does give birth to a daughter who is also born on the film set and she is also named Madhubala. However, in an explosion everyone perishes including Madhubala and RK except for baby Madhubala and RK's mother.

The story then takes 20 years time leap and follows the journey of baby Madhubala. The younger Madhubala falls in love with Abhay Kapoor, a rival of RK. Madhubala loves Abhay Kapoor but on her wedding day she is tricked and ends up getting married to a look-alike of RK named Raja Kushwaha. At the end both Madhubala and Raja become actors and the promise of her mother Madhubala and father RK, continues there after by their generations and neverending love.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Madhubala-Ek Ishq Ek Junoon
Soundtrack album by Arijit Singh, Komal Rizvi, Saurabh Kalsi
Genre Theme song
Length 17:32
Language Hindi
Producer Abhinabh Shukla

The theme song "Hum Hai Deewane" and "Ishq Tu Hi Hai Mera" was composed by Shalin Sharma, while "Ishq Hai" was composed by Saurabh Kalsi. The songs were sung by Arijit Singh, Komal Rizvi and Saurabh Kalsi, the lyrics were done by Veebha Tiwari. Other type of musics and backgrounds were composed by Ashish Rego.

Track list
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Hum Hai Deewane male" Arijit Singh 02:20
2. "Ishq Tu Hi Hai Mera Male"   03:44
3. "Ishq Hai Ishq Hai" Saurabh Kalsi 01:46
4. "Ishq Tu Hi Hai Mera Female" Komal Rizvi 02:13
5. "Hum Hai Deewane Sad Male" Arijit Singh 01:37
6. "Hum Hai Deewane Sad Female"    
7. "Hoslon se veer Hoon" Komal Rizvi 01:00
8. "Hum Hai Deewane Female" Komal Rizvi 02:22
Total length: 17:32

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2012 People's Choice Awards India[1] Favourite New TV Drama Madhubala — Ek Ishq Ek Junoon Won
Indian Television Academy Awards[2] Gr8! Performer of the Year Vivian Dsena Won
2013
Indian Telly Awards[3] Actress in a Lead Role Drashti Dhami Nominated
Actor in a Lead Role Vivian Dsena
Actor in a Negative Role Raj Zutshi
Actress in a Negative Role Seema Mishra
Daily Serial Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon
Drama Series Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon
Best Jodi Vivian Dsena and Drashti Dhami Won
Actress in a Supporting Role Pallavi Purohit
Show Packaging(Fiction) Madhubala — Ek Ishq Ek Junoon
Zee Gold Awards[4] Best Actor(Jury) Vivian Dsena

Dubbing Versions[edit]

The serial was dubbed in Tamil and released as Madhubala — Konjam Ishtam Konjam Kashtam. It premiered on Polimer TV in February 2013 - 3 August 2015. The Telugu version, Madhubala — O Prema O Paga, aired from 8 July 2014 - 5 February 2016 on Gemini TV. The series was also dubbed in Malayalam and released as Madhubala on Surya TV. The series was dubbed in Turkish as Yalanci Bahar and broadcast on Turkish channel Kanal 7. It was also broadcast on the Kurdish network Kurdmax TV as Madhubala Yek Ishq Yek Shety.

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