Mere Angne Mein
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|Mere Angne Mein|
|Created by||Sphere Origins|
|Written by||Concept & story|
Episodic story & screenplay
|Directed by||Partho Mitra (2015–17)|
Vinayak Choube (2017)
|Creative director(s)||Shikha Vij |
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||770|
Comall Sunjoy Waddhwa
|Running time||21 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Sphere Origins|
|Original network||STAR Plus|
|Original release||15 June 2015 –|
5 August 2017
Mere Angne Mein is an Indian soap opera which aired on Star Plus from 15 June 2015 to 5 August 2017. The show starred Krutika Desai Khan, Ekta Kaul, Karam Rajpal and Richa Mukherjee.
Mere Angne Mein showcases the lives of the Shrivastavs, a typically middle-class family in Mughalsarai, Uttar Pradesh, India. The family matriarch, Shanti, handles the family affairs in her own style and has complete control over other family members and their activities in the house. When a new bride enters the family, she is in conflict with the established order of the house. In addition, the extended family of Shrivastavs has a dysfunctional family of her daughter, Sarla. The story is interwoven with these two families' saga of incoherent conflict and how small incidents create a major crisis.
Riya is in love with a coworker called Shivam. She only has a father and she is generally quite close to the times, but Shivam's family is extremely orthodox, barely allowing women to have jobs and having an almost dictator-like grandmother called Shanti Devi who rules over the family and collects everyone's salaries, and generally gives a large chunk to her spoilt and cunning daughter Sarla. They decide to get married, a very dramatic time as Sarla devises a plan to trick smart and intelligent Riya into marrying her goon and useless son instead of Shivam, and Shanti asks dowry.
Riya dies while giving birth to her child. New entry of Aarti who is thrown out by her husband enters their life. Shanti devi arranges a marriage for her daughter's son. Accidentally Aarti gets married to Shivam. Everyone live happier after that. Its end of the show.
- Krutika Desai as Shanti Basesarnath Srivastav (Shashikala, Ammaji): Sarla and Raghav's Mother, Shivam, Preeti and Namita's Dadi, Pari, Amit and Sonal's Nani (2015–17)
- Ekta Kaul as Riya Mathur / Riya Shivam Srivastav (Bahuriya, Modern Mahila, Modern Bahuriya): Anupam's daughter, Shivam's first wife (2015–17)
- Richa Mukherjee as Aarti Kumari Charni / Aarti Shivam Srivastav: Shivam's second wife (2017)
- Karam Rajpal as Shivam Srivastav (Bullet Raja): Raghav and Kaushalya's son, Preeti and Namita's brother, Riya and Aarti's husband (2015–17)
- Suchita Trivedi as Kaushalya Raghav Srivastav (Khusiya): Raghav's wife, Shivam, Preeti and Namita's mother (2015–17)
- Ananya Khare as Sarla Srivastav / Sarla Ashok Agarwal: Shanti's daughter, Raghav's sister, Ashok's wife, Pari, Amit and Sonal's mother (2015–17)
- Varun Badola as Raghav Srivastav: Shanti's son, Sarla's brother, Kaushalya's husband, Shivam, Preeti and Namita's father (2015–17)
- Ishaan Singh Manhas as Golu Singh (2017)
- Charu Asopa as Preeti Srivastav / Preeti Nand Kishore Khare (Preetya): Raghav and Kaushalya's elder daughter, Shivam and Namita's sister, Nandu's wife (2015–17)
- Dushyant Wagh as Nand Kishore Khare (Nandu): Preeti's husband (2016–17)
- Garima Parihar as Namita Srivastav / Namita Vyom Sinha (Nimmi, Chhoti Rani): Raghav and Kaushalya's younger daughter, Shivam and Preeti's sister, Vyom's wife (2015–17)
- Roshni Rastogi as Rani Amit Agarwal (Raniya): Amit's wife (2015–17)
- Pallavi Gupta as Parineeta Agarwal / Parineeta Sujeev Sinha (Pari): Ashok and Sarla's elder daughter, Amit and Sonal's sister, Sujeev's wife (2015–17)
- Neeraj Malviya as Amit Agarwal: Ashok and Sarla's son, Pari and Sonal's brother, Rani's husband (2015–17)
- Ashiesh Roy as Ashok Agarwal: Sarla's husband, Pari, Amit and Sonal's father (2015–17)
- Abhilash Chaudhary as Ramesh (2016–17)
- Anuj Thakur as Chandra (2017)
- Shreya Laheri as Sonal Agarwal: Ashok and Sarla's younger daughter, Pari and Amit's sister (2015–16)
- Akankssha Bhatia as Bunty (2015–16)
- Amita Udgata as Laleshwari Sahay (Lalya): Anupam's Bua, Riya's Bua Dadi (dead)
- Abhishek Singh Pathania / Shresth Kumar as Vyom Sinha: Sharmili's younger son, Sujeev's brother, Namita's husband (2015–16) (dead)
- Sudhir Pandey as Dadu ji: Shanti's brother, Sarla and Raghav's Mama (2015)
- Pratima Kazmi/Amita Udgata as Laleshwari Sahay (Lalya, Bua Dadi) (2015) (dead)
- Yaseer Nomani as Munna Bhaiyya (2016)
- Vijay Kalvani as Mr. Gupta (2015–16)
- Shraman Jain as Mohit (Mihir): Preeti's ex-lover (2015–16)
- Wasim Mushtaq as Sujeev Sinha: Sharmili's elder son, Vyom's brother, Pari's husband (2015–16)
- Suniil Raghuvansh as Rani's uncle
- Pawan Chopra as Anupam Mathur: Riya's father (2015–16)
- Neelu Kohli as Sharmili Sinha: Sujeev and Vyom's mother (2016)
- Puja Sharma as Chanda (2016)
- Varun Jain as Pramod Shanti Prasad (2017)
- Ritesh M M Shukla as Jokar chor (2017)
|2016||Star Parivaar Awards||Favourite Sasur||Varun Badola||Won|
|Favourite Saas||Krutika Desai Khan|
|Favourite Mazedar Sadasya (Female)|
|Favourite Naya Sadasya - Female||Ekta Kaul||Nominated|
|Favourite Naya Sadasya - Male||Karam Rajpal|
|Favourite Mazedar Sadasya||Ananya Khare|
|Favourite Saas||Suchita Trivedi|
|Favourite Mazedar Sadasya (Male)||Varun Badola|
|2017||Star Parivaar Awards||Favourite Saas||Krutika Desai Khan||Won|
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- "Is Mere Angne Mein beauty Ekta Kaul aka Riya planning to tie the knot this year?". India.com. 20 August 2016.
- "How Krutika Desai got the cast and crew of her show to turn vegetarian - Times of India". Times of India. 14 October 2015.
- "Mere Angne Mein actor Karam Rajpal gets second time lucky in love". Bollywoodlife.com. 19 August 2016.
- "SHOCKING! Star Plus show MERE ANGNE MEIN to go OFF AIR". 24 May 2017.
- "Star Plus confirms 'Chakravyuh' to replace 'Mere Angne Mein' in August". BizAsia. 17 July 2017. Retrieved 4 August 2017.