A promotional logo image of Mukti Bandhan.
|Written by||Vipul Mehta & Mihir Bhuta|
|Directed by||Vikram Ghai & Sangeet Kulkarni|
|Opening theme||"Mukti Bandhan" by Shobhana Desai and team|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||01|
|No. of episodes||153|
|Running time||Approx. 24 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Shobhna Desai Productions|
|Original channel||Colors TV|
|Picture format||720i (SDTV)|
|Original run||10 January 2011– 29 September 2011|
|[Official Website Website]|
Mukti Bandhan is a television series from India, that has aired on Colors, based on the story of an ordinary man with an extraordinary sense for business. The story is an adaptation of Harikishan Mehta's popular novel Mukti Bandhan. The story was adapted by Vipul Mehta. Due to a high-class concept, this show could not get success with ratings, so it was shifted to 11 pm.
The show ended on 29 September 2011.
(Female protagonist) Nominated: For Face Of Progress In Colors Golden Petal Awards
Devki is a contemporary woman with aspirations but at the same time she has her roots intact. She is highly respected in the business circles and touted to be the next big thing, but she does not let this affect her virtues and principles. She is the exact opposite of the very powerful I.M. Virani. She threatens to overtake him with her business acumen and grounded nature. She married Vaibhav Virani to fulfill her grandfather's wishes but started falling in love with him after marriage. Her husband's love for the actress Sabina led her to sign the divorce papers. She was the one who broke the fake pride of I.M. Virani and made him a true man.
(Devki's husband "I.M." Virani's eldest son) Nominee in the New Talent Award
Vaibhav Virani, is I.M. Virani’s eldest son, who successfully runs his dad's business. Stubborn and arrogant he always follows his dad and also a big human being.
(I.M. Virani's wife)
Ishwarlal's wife, Charulata is a woman of substance. She respects her husband and is very supportive, in spite of knowing that her husband is wrong at times and does not even love her back. She knows her husband is doing only wrong deeds, so to balance that she is always part of satsangs, and is involved in social service and working for the less fortunate...
(I.M. Virani's younger son)
Siddharth Virani the youngest Virani brother is soft spoken and an obedient son but not as smart and sharp as Vaibhav. He has an artistic bent of mind and likes painting, music, etc., but can never express his interests to anyone. He thinks his father is always right and has immense respect for him. He is always given less preference in business making decisions.
(I.M. Virani's daughter)
I.M. Virani's daughter, Nirali, is his only daughter. Nirali is today's girl, who is fashionable, techno savvy, well-spoken, well-read and full of zest. She is very adventurous and bold. She uses the best of the luxurious facilities available. She believes that money and power has its own advantage, but that is not everything. She does not like to stay in the shadow as 'Virani family’s daughter'. She craves for her own identity.
Motilal Virani (Master)
(I.M. Virani's father)
Motilal Virani is the father of I.M. Virani. Motilal has always been a teacher all his life and loves his family a lot. He is a very learned man, with his set of principals in life. In spite of being a father of a multi-millionaire, he still leads a very simple life. He wears only kurta and dhoti, eats his meals on the ground and lives on his pension. He believes that his son is a big man, not him. Motilal’s sense of humor always livens the atmosphere in the house.
(I.M. Virani's mother)
She loves her husband and feels lucky to have such a warm family. She is a typical Gujrati and has ideology of successful man is not a rich man, but a man who sticks to his roots, his principals. Even at this age, they both share a very romantic relationship.
Rajvi Siddharth Virani
Rajvi is Siddharth Virani's wife. She is shown as Viraj's ex-lover though Viraj is still crazy about her.She has a son Gaurav and always wants siddharth to be happy.
Pawala is I.M Virani's childhood friend from manglore, who is living with I.M Virani's family.
Chandraprabha is the birth mother of Devki Virani, and had died, before Devki could see her face. Devki's grandfather's talks of her sometimes, but he never talks of Chandraprabha's and Ishwar Virani's adolescence relationship. Chandraprabha is married to Dalichand.
|Shiv Kumar Subramaniam||Ishwarlal Motilal Virani (Mr.IM.Virani)|
|Esha Kansara||Devki Shah/Devki Vaibhav Virani|
|Siddharth Arora||Vaibhav Virani|
|Surbhi Zaveri Vyas||Charulata Virani|
|Raj Singh[disambiguation needed]||Siddarth Virani|
|Yohana Vacchani / Hunar Hali||Nirali Virani|
|Utkarsh Majumdar||Motilal Virani (Master)|
|Meenal Patel||Kesarba Virani|
|Ekta Saraiya||Rajvi Siddharth Virani|
|Deepti Naval||Chandraprabha Shah/Parimeeta (Devki's mother)|
|Ramesh Talwar||Bhavanji Bha (Devki's grandfather)|
|Nazneen Patel||Sabeena Qureshi|
|Sumit Vats / Rahil Azam||Jimmy|
|Hiten Tejwani||Vicky Oberoi|
|Rajeev Mehta||Dalichand (Devki's Father)|
|Nilesh Pandya||Praveen Kaka (Pavla)(Is The Best Friend Of IshwarlalVirani)|
Awards And Nominations
|2011:||Golden Petal Awards||Face Of Progress
Esha Kansara As Devki Vaibhav Virani
|2010:||'New Talent Awards||Most Lokpriya Face (Male)
Siddharth Arora As Vaibhav Virani
|2011:||Indian Television Academy Awards||BestActor in a Negative Role
Shiv Kumar Subramaniam As Ishwarlal Virani (I.M Virani)
|Best Art Direction