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Naagin
Naagin Inteqaam Ki Zehreeli Tasveer.png
Genre
Created byEkta Kapoor
Written byMukta Dhond
Neha Singh
Mrinal Jha
R M Joshi
Directed bySantram Varma
Ranjan Kumar Singh
Creative directorsTanushree Dasgupta
Chloe Ferns
Kadar Kazi
StarringMouni Roy
Adaa Khan
Karishma Tanna
Surbhi Jyoti
Anita Hassanandani
Sayantani Ghosh
Nia Sharma
Jasmin Bhasin
Rashami Desai
Hina Khan
Surbhi Chandna
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes329
Production
Producers
Production locationsFilm City
Jaisalmer
CinematographySantosh Suryavanshi
Sarfaraz
Ajay
AnimatorsBodhisatva Datta
Ink Bling Designs Pvt. Ltd.
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time40 min to 90 min
Production companyBalaji Telefilms
Release
Original networkColors TV
Picture format
Original release1 November 2015 (2015-11-01) –
6 February 2021 (2021-02-06)
Chronology
Related showsKuch Toh Hai: Naagin Ek Naye Rang Mein
External links
Voot
Production website

Naagin (transl. Female serpent) was an Indian supernatural fantasy thriller television series produced by Ekta Kapoor under Balaji Telefilms.[1] Spanning five seasons, the series airs on Colors TV and traces the lives of shape-shifting serpents.

The first season aired from 1 November 2015 to 5 June 2016.[2] It starred Mouni Roy, Arjun Bijlani and Adaa Khan as Shivanya, Ritik and Shesha.[3][4] It became one of the highest-rated shows on Indian television.[5]

The second season aired from 8 October 2016 to 25 June 2017.[6][7][8] It starred Mouni Roy, Karanvir Bohra and Adaa Khan as Shivangi, Rocky and Shesha.[9][10]

The third season aired from 2 June 2018 to 26 May 2019.[11] It starred Surbhi Jyoti, Pearl V Puri, Rajat Tokas and Anita Hassanandani as Bela, Mahir, Vikrant and Vish, respectively.[12][13][14]

The fourth season was introduced with a new title Naagin: Bhagya Ka Zehreela Khel. It aired from 14 December 2019 to 8 August 2020.[15] It starred Nia Sharma, Vijayendra Kumeria, Jasmin Bhasin and Rashami Desai as Brinda, Dev, Nayantara and Shalakha, respectively. It ended after 37 episodes post-lockdown.[16][17][18][19]

The fifth season aired from 9 August 2020 to 6 February 2021.[20] It starred Surbhi Chandna, Sharad Malhotra and Mohit Sehgal as Bani, Veer and Jay, respectively.[21]

A spin-off of the fifth season titled Kuch Toh Hai: Naagin Ek Naye Rang Mein was launched on 7 February 2021 replacing the same.[22]

Series

Season Episodes Original Broadcast
First aired Last aired
1 62 1 November 2015 (2015-11-01) 5 June 2016 (2016-06-05)
2 75 8 October 2016 (2016-10-08) 25 June 2017 (2017-06-25)
3 104 2 June 2018 (2018-06-02) 26 May 2019 (2019-05-26)
4 37 14 December 2019 (2019-12-14) 8 August 2020 (2020-08-08)
5 52 9 August 2020 (2020-08-09) 6 February 2021 (2021-02-06)

Spin Off

A spin-off of the fifth season titled Kuch Toh Hai: Naagin Ek Naye Rang Mein was launched on 7 February 2021 replacing the Naagin 5.[23]

Plot

Season 1

Shivanya and Shesha are naagins who decide to avenge the death of Shivanya's parents for by the Raheja family. Shivanya marries Ritik and starts killing the murderers one by one. Shesha falls for Ritik and joins hands with Yamini. They frame Shivanya for murder to provoke Ritik against her. Shivanya and Ritik confess their love and consummate which makes Shivanya lose her powers. Sangram kills himself to give Shivanya her powers back. Shivanya kills Yamini, defeats Shesha and protects the naagmani.

Season 2

Three months later

Shivanya delivers her daughter, Shivangi in the third month of her pregnancy which shocks the doctors. Yamini is resurrected.

24 years later

Shivangi grows up with Shivanya and falls in love with Rocky, Yamini's foster son. Yamini murders Shivanya which provokes Shivangi and she decides to avenge her mother. Rocky joins Shivangi to kill Shesha and Yamini, but ultimately kills Shivangi under orders from Ritik. Shivangi feels betrayed and takes an oath to find out the truth about her death.

Season 3

Naagrani Ruhi unites with her lover Vikrant after 100 years and they are set to marry each other. However, Yuvraj and his friends molest Ruhi and attack Vikrant leading to his death. Ruhi is distraught but she vows to return for revenge.

Six months later

Vishaka Khanna, a rich investor arrives and attempts to kill Yuvraj, but he manages to survive. Mahir is compelled to marry Bela who is revealed to be Ruhi. She falls in love with Mahir. On finding out the truth about Bela's identity, Mahir is shattered. He loses his memory and forgets Bela after Sumitra bites him.

Six months later

Bela uses Naagmani to bring back Mahir's memories and they consummate their relationship. Sumitra seeks help from Hukkum who tries to impregnate Bela to give birth to a demon child. Vishaka takes Bela's place and gives birth to Taamsi, who grows up in a matter a seconds and kills Hukkum. Bela and Mahir obtain Naagmani but it is cursed by Shivangi. They can only obtain it after their reincarnation. Bela and Mahir die.

25 years later

Bela reincarnates into Shravani and Mahir reincarnates into Mihir. They unite with each other. Vikrant is killed by Taamsi and Sumitra. Learning Shivangi's story, Shravani tricks Ritik and Rocky to bring Shivanya to the temple and Shivangi returns to help Shravani. Yamini is killed by Shivangi. It is revealed how it was Shesha who killed Shivangi in the form of Rocky. Free from their guilt, Ritik dies and unites with Shivanya, while Rocky and Shivangi start a life together. Shravani kills Sumitra, Taamsi and Shesha and marries Mihir.

Season 4

Naagin princess Manyata marries Keshav a human, thus losing her power and gives birth to Nayantara. Keshav is killed by the Parekh family. Manyata escapes and waits for her daughter's 25th birthday to avenge her husband's murder. As due to Manyata's parent's curse she and her daughter must wait for 25 years to regain their powers.

25 years later

The Parekh family still fear the Naagin being alive and returning for her revenge. Manyata waits for her daughter Nayantara's 25th birthday.

Dev Parikh returns from Qatar to India. He meets Brinda there who he recalled was his childhood friend. However, Brinda had been engaged to Rajat. Nayantara waits to get her naagin powers, however, the powers go to Brinda instead, who is later revealed to have been switched at birth with Nayantara. Meanwhile, Dev who is son of Keshav's murderer, falls in love with Brinda. Nayantara discovers that Brinda is a Naagin and also Manyata's original daughter and all the Naagin powers are with her but not for Nayantara. Nayantara is shattered on learning that her mother would need Brinda more than her and thereafter, tries to kill her. Meanwhile, Parekh family comes to know that Nayantara is Manyata's daughter and they think Nayantara is the naagin but they don't stop her because they are aware of the fact that if a naagin marries a human her powers would decrease, unaware of the fact that it will only happen due to a curse. Vrushali and crew send their sons to kill Nayantara, and in the meantime they try to kill Manyata with the help of Brinda's father who is a priest. But Manyata reacquires her powers and tries to kill the Parekh family but Brinda comes in there and Parekh family escapes. Nayantara is killed by the Parekh family's sons. Manyata and Brinda are reunited and at first Brinda doesn't believe Manyata but witnesses Nayantara's death and vows that she will avenge her father's, father's family's and her sister's death and Brinda marries Dev to avenge her family's death.

Vishaka returns with the motive of getting Naagmani and saves Nayantara in order to capture the Naagmani as people who were born on Ashlesha star only can touch naagmani but eventually fails. Dev who was also born on that star accidentally touches the naagmani and it is stored on his head. Enraged and disappointed Vishaka captures Nayantara and traps her in a pillar. Vishaka enters Parekh's house with a grave motive. She creates misunderstandings between Brinda and Dev. Later she takes Dev's form and kills Manyata in front of Brinda making Brinda think it was Dev who killed her mother. Brinda vows avenge her parents by killing Dev and his entire family.

1 year later

Vishaka kills and takes Mundika's identity and power and gives Nayantara a new face and identity, Shalaka. Dev and Shalaka marry. Brinda realizes that Dev did not kill Manyata. Shalaka finds out that Mundika is Vishaka's new identity. Shalaka manages to frame Vishaka as the murderer and she is imprisoned.

Brinda and Dev confess their love. Dev asks Shalaka for divorce as he loves Brinda. Shalaka hypnotizes Dev to detach him from Brinda. Brinda's identity is revealed to Dev. Vishaka enters the Parikh house and murders the entire family under Brinda's disguise and spares Dev to obtain the Naagmani.

The very next day Brinda finds herself in the Rahasmayee Shiv Temple and is puzzled to see a dying Dev. Thereafter Vishaka and Shalaka enters the temple. Brinda finds out that Shalaka is Nayantara under a new identity. Shesha and Naagrani Shravani arrives to help Brinda and Dev. Vishaka is killed by Brinda and Naagrani Shravani while Shalaka is killed by Shesha. Dev dies too while leaving Brinda devastated. Naagrani Shravani summons Sarvashreshtha Aadi Naagin Naageswari. The four perform a tandav to impress Lord Shiva to obtain Naagmani from Dev. Naageswari narrates her story which happened thousands of years ago to Brinda in order to revive Dev.

Season 5

The story starts ten thousand years ago when eagles had the power to shape shift. When the eagles attacked the snakes to obtain Naagmani, Lord Shiva blessed the shapeshifting ability to snakes and named the first naagin to get this power, Naageshwari. She was in love with a naag Hriday while the prince of eagles, Aakesh falls in love with her despite the enmity between the clans. Aakesh plots to attack the snakes and get Naagmani. He enters the Temple with his force and kills Hriday with his army. However, he is killed by Naageshwari after which she is cursed by Lord Shiva for failing to protect other serpents but also gets boon to return after 10,000 years. She kills herself to return to unite with her lover after 10,000 years. On completing the story, Dev is brought back to life and he reunites with Brinda. The two return. According to the condition of Lord Shiva, Naageshwari has to take rebirth to complete her lovestory but the history was set to change this time.

40 years later

Naageshwari is reincarnated as Bani who has lost her parents while Hriday has reincarnated as Jay, a restaurant owner who has lost his parents too. Aakesh too has reborn as Veer. Veer messes up Bani's friend Noor's marriage after which he fights with Jay. Bani stops him and Veer falls for her while Bani continuously hates him. Veer is initially shown as a playboy but when he meets Bani, he calls her his "love at first sight" and becomes madly obsessed with her. Bani loses her calm after she sees Veer's brothers burying Noor's corpse. Veer plans to win Bani's love and marry her so he instead sends a marriage alliance for her sister Meera, knowing Bani would never let him marry her sister. Jay and Bani reach the Shiv Temple and remember the previous births where Jay is revealed to be her lover Hriday's reincarnation and they both realise Veer is in fact Aakesh's rebirth. So, Bani plans to marry Jay the same day as Veer and Meera. Out of jealousy Veer asks his brothers to kidnap Jay. Veer's twin brother Teer is released and he throws Jay down the cliff. Bani witnesses Jay's death and to seek revenge she kills Teer thinking him to be Veer. However, in reality, Shukla was the one who took Teer's life which no one was aware about. When Veer comes to know of his brother's death, he forcefully marries Bani and promises to torture her.

Jay is revealed to be alive and all the while faking his friendship with Bani to receive her powers. Jay poses many problems for Bani with his allies but Veer saves Bani each time and foils Jay's evil plans. Later, it was revealed to Bani that she is not Teer's killer and she told this to Veer. Veer's mother Chandrakala is exposed as to be Markaat who was Bani's biggest enemy from the Satyug era. It is later revealed that Jay is also her son. Markaat loses to Bani after Veer saves Bani and Jay pretends to help Bani. Slowly Bani appreciates the goodness in Veer and begins to like him. Markat is trapped in a cave but her evil powers endanger Bani and her family. Bani begins to like being with Veer and eventually falls deeply in love with him. She reciprocates his feelings and they consummate their marriage. But upon waking up the very next morning, Veer claims she means nothing to him, and it was all a lie from the start. Bani learns that Veer has been hypnotised by Maarkat's powers and returns him to normal.

Both Veer and Bani go through a series of test and trials before they finally get together. Towards the end Bani confesses her love to Veer, and they were meant to be together no matter where they go. The show ends with Veer and Bani dying after a shooting star falls on them but their child is delivered safely on earth. They see over their child and give blessings to their child and leave. Jay attempts to kill their child but fails and dies. True love of cheel and naagin creates a new history in the universe. Their love was strong and could not be defeated by anyone.

Cast

Season 1

Main

  • Mouni Roy as Shivanya Ritik Singh: A naagin from Sheshnaag clan; Shesha's cousin sister; Ritik's wife
  • Arjun Bijlani in a dual role as:
    • Ritik Singh:Sangram's son; Prince of Suryavanshi; Yamini and Ankush's adopted son; Shivanya's husband
    • Sangram Singh: King of Suryavanshi;Ritik's father;
  • Adaa Khan as Shesha: A naagin from Sheshnaag clan; Shivanya's cousin sister;
  • Sudha Chandran as Yamini Singh Raheja: Sangram's adopted sister; Princess of Suryavanshi Kingdom; Ankush's wife; Ritik's adoptive mother; one of the five murderers of Shivanya's parents

Recurring

  • Manish Khanna as Ankush "Anki" Raheja: Yamini's husband; Akhilesh's twin brother; one of the five murderers of Shivanya's parents
  • Sharika Raina as Amrita Raheja: Yamini and Ankush's daughter; Ritik and Angad's elder sister
  • Siddharth Shivpuri as Angad Raheja: Yamini and Ankush's son; Amrita and Ritik's younger brother
  • Swati Jain as Divya Raheja: Yamini and Ankush's niece; Amrita, Ritik and Angad's cousin
  • Vimarsh Roshan as Viren Raheja: Ankush's nephew, Royal servant of Suryavanshi Kingdom, one of the five murderers of Shivanya's parents
  • Gunjan Walia as Chhaya Raheja: Viren's wife
  • Bhuvan Chopra as Shailesh Mathur: Ramya's husband; Tanvi's father; royal servant of Suryavanshi Kingdom; one of the five murderers of Shivanya's parents
  • Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal/Karuna Verma as Ramya Mathur: Shailesh's wife; Tanvi's mother
  • Puja Sharma as Tanvi Mathur: Ramya and Shailesh's daughter
  • Pranav Misshra as Arjun Mathur: Shailesh's cousin; Ritik's friend
  • Mazher Sayed as Suri: Monisha's husband, royal servant of Suryavanshi Kingdom, one of the five murderers of Shivanya's parents
  • Priya Shinde as Monisha: Suri's third wife
  • Rajeev Saxena as Katakka Bhairav: Shivanya's mentor
  • Kamalika Guha Thakurta as Guru Maa: Sorceress-cum-priestess
  • Gaurav Gera as Chutki: A fake naagin made by Guru Maa
  • Madhura Naik as Mayuri: A shape-shifting peafowl
  • Rajat Tokas as Kabir: A shape-shifting mongoose
  • Kaushal Kapoor as Kabir's fake father
  • Shahnaz Rizwan as Kabir's fake mother
  • Lavina Tandon as the girl who became possessed by Goddess Kali
  • Aashka Goradia as Avantika: Shape-shifting honeybee; Queen of the Mahishmati Kingdom; Vikram's wife
  • Vishal Puri as Vikram: Avantika's former general, king of Mahishmati Kingdom

Season 2

Main

  • Mouni Roy in a dual role as:
    • Shivanya Ritik Singh: A naagin from Sheshnaag clan; Shesha's cousin sister; Ritik's wife; Shivangi's mother
    • Shivangi Rocky Nikunj: A naagin from Sheshnaag clan; Shesha's niece; Rocky's wife
  • Karanvir Bohra: Rocky Nikunj: A naag from Takshak clan; Shivangi's husband
  • Adaa Khan:Shesha: A naagin from Sheshnaag clan(later Takshak clan); Shivanya's cousin sister; Shivangi's aunt; one of the eight murderers of Shivanya
  • Sudha Chandran as Yamini Singh Raheja: Sangram's adopted sister; Princess of Suryavanshi Kingdom; Ankush's wife; Ritik's adoptive mother; Rocky's step aunt; one of the five murderers of Shivanya's parents; one of the eight murderers of Shivanya

Recurring

  • Kinshuk Mahajan as Rudra: A naag from Sheshnaag clan; Shivangi's friend; killed by Avantika.
  • Aashka Goradia as Avantika: Shape-shifting honeybee; Queen of the Mahishmati Kingdom; Vikram's wife
  • Vishal Puri as Vikram: Avantika's former general; King of Mahishmati Kingdom; one of the eight murderers of Shivanya
  • Kalyani Chaitanya as Kapalika: An evil sorceress; one of the eight murderers of Shivanya
  • Indresh Malik as Manav Nikanj: Yamini's partner-in-crime; Nidhi's husband; one of the eight murderers of Shivanya
  • Pyumori Mehta Ghosh as Nidhi Nikanj: Manav's wife; one of the eight murderers of Shivanya
  • Aryan Pandit as Roumil Nikanj: Nidhi and Manav's son; Avni's brother
  • Rutpanna Aishwarya as Avni Nikanj: Nidhi and Manav's daughter; Roumil's sister
  • Unknown as Amar Mehra: Mansi's husband; Sushant and Alia's father; one of the eight murderers of Shivanya
  • Swati Anand as Mansi Nikanj: Rocky's foster paternal aunt; Amar's wife; Sushant and Alia's mother
  • Manas Adhiya as Sushant Mehra: Mansi and Amar's son; Alia's brother
  • Shirin Sewani as Alia Mehra: Mansi and Amar's daughter; Sushant's sister
  • Malhar Pandya as Nishank: An ichchadhari naag from Sheshnaag clan; Shivanya's friend
  • Pankaj Vishnu as Anant: Ritik's friend; Shivanya's foster brother; Gautami and Sapna's father
  • Monica Sharma as Gautami: Anant's daughter; Sapna's sister; Shivangi's adoptive cousin
  • Naazuk Lochan as Sapna: Anant's daughter; Gautami's sister; Shivangi's adoptive cousin
  • Lalit Bisht as Aditya: Shivangi's former fiancé
  • Vishal Bharadwaj as Shishupal: Former king of Mahishmati Kingdom
  • Manish Khanna as Ankhilesh "Anki" Raheja: Ankush's twin brother
  • Vineet Kumar Chaudhary as Mahish: A shape-shifting bison
  • Vindhya Tiwari as Takshika: Former monarch of Takshak clan
  • Anjali Ujawane as Uttara: A tribal woman with knowledge of witchcraft
  • Rohit Sagar as Mahendra Pratap Singh: Vasudha's husband; Rocky's father
  • Shweta Dadhich as Vasudha Singh: A naagin from Takshak clan; Mahendra's wife; Rocky's mother
  • Shagun Ajmani as Tanya: Manjusha and Ranbeer's daughter; Rocky's friend.
  • Jaineeraj Rajpurohit as Ranbeer: Manjusha's husband; Tanya's father
  • Arzoo Govitrikar as Manjusha: Ranbeer's wife; Tanya's mother
  • Abha Parmar as Mata Tapaswini: Takshika's chief advisor; a skilled sorceress
  • Rohan Gandotra as Anshuman: An ichchadhari naag from Sheshnag clan; Shivangi's friend
  • Sriti Jha as the narrator

Season 3

Main

  • Surbhi Jyoti in a dual role as:
    • Bela Mahir Sehgal: A naagrani from Sheshnaag clan; Ruhi's new identity; Vish's friend and Mahir's wife
    • Shravani Mihir Sippi: A Naagrani of Sheshnaag clan, and later Naagrani of all serpent clans; Bela's reincarnation; Mihir's wife;
  • Pearl V Puri in a dual role as:
    • Mahir Sehgal: Sumitra and Andy's son; Yuvi and Kuhu's elder brother; Bela's husband
    • Mihir Sippi: Mahir's reincarnation; Kanika and Samarjeet's son; Mohit's younger brother; Shravani's husband
  • Anita Hassanandani as Vishakha 'Vish' Khanna:A naagin from Kaal Kuth clan; Vikrant's wife; Ruhi/Bela/Shravani's friend.
  • Rajat Tokas as Vikrant: A naag of Nidhog clan; Sumitra's son; Yuvraj's half-brother; Ruhi/Bela/Shravani and Mahir/Mihir's friend; Vish's husband

Recurring

  • Karishma Tanna in a dual role as
    • Ruhi: Naagin of Shesh Naag clan and future Naag Rani who was separated from her love Vikrant cruelly. She transformed into Bela after her new face was destroyed by Yuvi and his friends.
    • Huzoor: A powerful demoness who can shape shift into a snake, Huzoor is Hukum's right hand and Ruhi's doppelganger. She is killed by Hukum after she revealed their plans to Bela.
  • Rakshanda Khan as Sumitra: A naagin; Naagrani of Nidhog clan; Vikrant and Yuvraj's mother; Andy's wife, Mahir's adoptive mother. She was banished from the Serpents clan for trying to steal the Naagmani. She named herself Sumitra after killing Andy's real wife Sumitra who was her lookalike thus obtaining a new identity. She sought Naagmani throughout her life. She was killed by Naagrani Shravani.
  • Chetan Hansraj as Andy Sehgal: A business tycoon; Sumitra's husband; Poulomi's master; Mahir, Yuvraj, Kuhu, Aditya and Pratham's father; killed by Hukum
  • Pavitra Punia as Poulomi Roy: Andy's mistress; Aditya and Pratham's mother; killed by Sumitra
  • Puneett Chouksey as Aditya "Adi" Sehgal: Poulomi and Andy's son; Pratham's elder brother; Mahir, Yuvraj and Kuhu's half-brother, killed by Bela
  • Mithil Jain as Pratham Sehgal: Poulomi and Andy's son; Aditya's younger brother; Mahir, Yuvraj, Kuhu's half-brother; Suhani's husband
  • Ankit Mohan as Yuvraj "Yuvi" Sehgal: An ichchadhari naag; Sumitra and Andy's son; Mahir, Kuhu, Aditya, Pratham and Vikrant's half-brother; Ravi's former boyfriend; Bela's former fiancé; killed by Vishaka
  • Sakshi Pradhan as Raavi Saluja: Yuvraj's former girlfriend; killed by Vishaka
  • Kushabh Manghani as Karan: Sehgal family's manager; the first murderer of Vikrant; killed by Vishaka
  • Deepali Kamath as Mukti Mittal: Andy's friend; Shekhar's wife; Rehan and Anu's mother
  • Naveen Sharma as Rehan Mittal: Mukti and Shekhar's son; Anu's elder brother; Yuvraj's friend; killed by Bela and Vishaka
  • Heli Daruwala as Anu Mittal: Mukti and Shekhar's daughter; Rehan's younger sister; Kuhu's friend; killed by Sumitra, disguised as Bela
  • Shahab Khan as Sunil Munshi: Sumitra's family's chief accountant
  • Aman Gandhi as Daksh Munshi: Sunil's son; Suhani's elder brother; killed by Bela
  • Charvi Saraf as Suhani Munshi: Sunil's daughter; Daksh's younger sister; Pratham's wife; Bela's friend
  • Simran Sachdeva as Kuhu Sehgal: Sumitra and Andy's daughter; Mahir's sister; Yuvraj, Aditya and Pratham's half-sister; RJ's wife; Ruhi's mother; killed by Sumitra
  • Rohit Choudhary as Rohit "RJ" Jaiswal: Kuhu's husband; Ruhi's father; killed by Vikrant
  • Rupesh Kataria as Bultu: Yuvraj's friend; killed by Sumitra
  • Heer Chopra as Sonal: Bultu's girlfriend; killed by Vikrant
  • Melanie Nazareth as Naagrani Maa: An ichchadhari naagin, former queen of Sheshnaag clan, Ruhi and Juhi's mother; murdered by Sumitra
  • Roopali Prakash as Juhi: An ichchadhari naagin from Sheshnaag clan; Naagrani Maa's daughter; Ruhi's younger sister; killed by Taamsi and other demons
  • Saptrishi Ghosh as Arvind: An ichchadhari naag from Sheshnaag clan; killed by shape-shifting vultures
  • Manoj Kolhatkar as Jagmohan Sharma: Naagrani Ruhi's chief advisor; killed by Taamsi
  • Mahira Sharma as Jamini: A Chudail; Rehan's supposed girlfriend; killed by Bela[24]
  • Adhvik Mahajan as ACP Ajitabh Singh: A cop with a witty sense of humor who was killed by Vishaka.
  • Prince Narula as Shahnawaz "Shaan" Ali: A highly skilled sapera. He wanted to marry Bela but was killed by her.
  • Aly Goni as Vyom: A shape-shifting vulture; Amrita's son; Amir and Rinky's elder brother; killed by Bela
  • Geetanjali Mishra as Amrita: A shape-shifting vulture; Vyom's mother; killed by Bela
  • Adish Vaidya as Amit: A shape-shifting vulture; Amrita's son; Vyom's younger brother; killed by Bela
  • Aditi Sharma as Rinky: A shape-shifting vulture; Amrita's daughter; Vyom's younger sister; drowned by Vishaka
  • Mreenal Deshraj as Rohini: An ichchadhari naagin from Nidhog clan; Sumitra's younger sister; Alekh's wife; killed by Vishaka
  • Amit Dhawan as Alekh: An ichchadhari naag from Nidhog clan; Rohini's husband; killed by Vishaka
  • Sangeeta Chauhan as Avi: A stranger who helps Bela, Vishaka and Vikrant to enter Sumitra's house.
  • Aditi Sharma as Shivli: The girl chosen by Sumitra to marry Mahir
  • Khushwant Walia as Raj: Shivli's brother; Mona's husband
  • Mala Salariya as Mona: Raj's wife
  • Zuber K. Khan as Ritvik: A paranormal investigator; Mahir's cousin
  • Nikitin Dheer as Hukum Rana: An evil demon; Taamsi's father; killed by his own daughter, Taamsi who claimed she had no father
  • Aleena Lambe as young Taamsi: The most powerful and dreaded demoness in the world; Vishaka and Hukum's daughter; killed by Bela.
  • Krishna Mukherjee as adult Taamsi.[25]
  • Anjali Gupta as Sarika: Bela's mother; killed by Sumitra and Taamsi
  • Anjani Kumar Khanna as Manish: Shravani's father; Sarika's husband; killed by Sumitra
  • Deepak Wadhwa as Mohit Sippi: Kanika and Samarjeet's son; Mihir's elder brother
  • Jiten Lalwani as Samarjeet Sippi: Kanika's husband; Mihir and Mohit's father
  • Madhuri Pandey as Kanika Sippi: Samarjeet's wife; Mihir and Mohit's mother
  • Prachee Pathak as Ambar Sippi: Samarjeet's elder sister; Mihir and Mohit's aunt
  • Akash Rawat as Rohan: Mihir and Mohit's friend
  • Sumit Wadhwa as Gaurav: Mihir and Mohit's friend
  • Sanjay Swaraj as Maha Sapera: Hired by Sumitra to trap Shravani and Vishaka but later was killed by them.

Guest

  • Mouni Roy in a dual role as:
    • Shivanya Ritik Singh: A naagin from Sheshnaag clan; Shesha's cousin sister; Ritik's wife; Shivangi's mother
    • Shivangi Rocky Nikunj: A naagin from Sheshnaag clan; Shesha's niece; Rocky's wife
  • Arjun Bijlani as Ritik Singh: Shivanya's wife
  • Karanvir Bohra as Rocky Nikunj: Shivangi's husband
  • Adaa Khan as Shesha: A naagin from Kaal Kuth clan
  • Sudha Chandran as Yamini Singh Raheja: She returned to seek Naagmani but was killed by Shivangi.

Season 4

Main

  • Nia Sharma as Brinda Dev Parikh: A naagin from Sheshnaag clan; Manyata and Keshav's daughter; Dev's wife
  • Vijayendra Kumeria as Dev Parikh: Aakash and Vrushali's son; Brinda's husband
  • Jasmin Bhasin as Nayantara: Manyata's adopted daughter,She was captured by Vishaka for a year but then returned as Shalaka to complete her revenge from Brinda and the Parekh family.
  • Rashami Desai as Shalakha: Nayantara's new identity; Dev's second wife.
  • Sayantani Ghosh as Manyata:A naagin princess from Sheshnag clan; Keshav's wife; Brinda's mother; Nayantara's adoptive mother;
  • Anita Hassanandani as Vishakha 'Vish' Khanna:A naagin from Kaal Kuth clan; Vikrant's wife; Ruhi/Bela/Shravani's friend.

Recurring

  • Shalin Bhanot as Keshav: Maanyata's husband; Brinda's father. The Parikh family kill him.
  • Kaveri Ghosh as Keshav's mother. She was murdered by the Parikh family.
  • Farida Patel Venkat as Baa: Dev's grandmother
  • Sanjay Gandhi as Aakash Parikh: Vrushali's husband; Dev and Rohan's father
  • Geetanjali Tikekar as Vrushali Parikh: Aakash's wife; Dev and Rohan's mother; one of the six murderers
  • Manan Chaturvedi as Rohan Parikh: Aakash and Vrushali's son; Dev's younger brother
  • Rakhi Vijan as Ketki Parikh: Rasik's wife; Hardik, Lilly and Milly's mother; one of the six murderers
  • Hetal Puniwala as Rasik Parikh: Ketki's husband; Hardik, Lilly and Milly's father; one of the six murderers
  • Lakshay Khurana as Hardik Parikh: Ketki and Rasik's son; Lilly and Milly's brother; Dev's cousin
  • Himani Sahani as Lilly Parikh: Ketki and Rasik's daughter; Hardik and Milly's sister; Dev's cousin
  • Parree Pande as Milly Parikh: Ketki and Rasik's daughter; Hardik and Lilly's sister; Dev's cousin
  • Aparna Kumar as Iravati Parikh: Madhav's wife; Harsh and Sparsh's mother; one of the six murderers
  • Sikandar Kharbanda as Madhav Parikh: Iravati's husband; Harsh and Sparsh's father; one of the six murderers. He was the first of the six murderers to be killed by Brinda.
  • Ankur Verma as Harsh Parikh: Iravati and Madhav's son; Sparsh's brother; Dev's cousin; killed by Brinda
  • Tushar Dhembla as Sparsh Parikh: Iravati and Madhav's son; Harsh's brother; Dev's cousin
  • Swati Anand as Khyati Parikh: Manas and Geetanjali's mother; one of the six murderers
  • Kunal Singh as Manas Parikh: Khyati's son; Geetanjali's brother; Dev's cousin
  • Disha Kapoor as Geetanjali Parikh: Khyati's daughter; Manas's sister; Dev's cousin
  • Mandeep Kumar as Mahesh Sharma: Swara's husband; Brinda's adoptive father
  • Supriya Shukla as Swara Sharma: Mahesh's wife; Brinda's adoptive mother
  • Ankit Bathla as Rajat: Brinda's former fiancé
  • Priya Tandon as Kanika: Manas' former fiancé
  • Richa Rathore as Priyal: Manas's lover
  • Ratnakar Nadkarni as Baba: Brinda's mentor
  • Sanjay Gagnani as Prateek: Lilly's child's father
  • Afreen Alvi as Billy: Lilly, Milly and Hardik's cousin; killed by Shalakha
  • Nisha Nagpal as Ghumri: Brinda's helper

Guest

  • Surbhi Jyoti as Bela: Naagrani of all clans
  • Adaa Khan as Shesha: A naagin from Sheshnag clan
  • Hina Khan as Naageshwari: Sarvashreshtha Aadi Naagin, the most powerful Naagin of all Naag lok; Hriday's lover;

Season 5

Main

  • Surbhi Chandna as Bani Singhania: Sarvashreshtha Aadi Naagin, the most powerful Naagin of all Naag lok; Naageshwari's incarnation;Veeranshu's wife
  • Sharad Malhotra as Veeranshu Singhania: A shape-shifting eagle, Rajkumar of cheels; Aakesh's reincarnation; Bani's husband
  • Mohit Sehgal as Jay Mathur:Evil Aadi Naag; Hriday's reincarnation

Recurring

  • Ravee Gupta as Chandrakala Singhania (Maarkaat):Balwant's wife; Tapish, Veer and Jay's mother. An evil creature who has both the forms of cheel and naagin. Bani's enemy
  • Parag Tyagi as King of the Cheel Clan/Balwant Singhania; Aakesh and Veer's father
  • Anjum Fakih as Noor: Bani's friend; killed by Monil and Shukla's sons
  • Aishwarya Khare as Meera Singhania: Bani's adoptive sister; Dehek and Mehek's sister; Tapish's fiancée
  • Aakash Talwar as Tapish Singhania: Balwant's son; Veer's elder brother; Meera's fiancée
  • Simran Mahendrawal as Naina: Bani's naagin friend; Abhishek's lover; a key witness of Noor's death
  • Shourya Lathar as Abhishek: Naina's love; killed by the Cheels
  • Anjani Kumar Khanna as Shivayya Sharma: Meera, Dehek, Mehak's father; Bani's adoptive father
  • Shivani Gosain as Ritu Sharma: Bani's adoptive mother; Mehek, Dehek and Meera's mother
  • Aahna Sharma as Dehek Sharma: Bani's adoptive sister, Mehek's and Meera's sister
  • Khushi Chaudhary as Mehak Sharma: Bani's adoptive sister, Meera and Dehek's sister
  • Gaurav Wadhwa as Gautam Mathur: Jay's brother
  • Mehak Ghai as Aarohi Mathur: Jay's sister
  • Kajal Pisal as Adhira Mathur: Jay's paternal aunt
  • Kiran Bhargava as Dolly Mathur: Jay's grandmother
  • Dinesh Mehta as Pawan Singhania: Balwant's younger brother; Daksh, Monil and Ponky's father
  • Utkarsh Gupta as Pankaj "Ponky" Singhania: Pawan's son; Monil and Daksh's brother; Veer's cousin
  • Anurag Vyas as Monil Singhania: Pawan's son; Ponky and Daksh's brother; Veer's cousin
  • Suchit Vikram as Daksh Singhania: Pawan's son; Monil and Ponky's brother; Veer's cousin
  • Swarda Thigale as Mayuri: A shape-shifting peacock; Veer's friend and Ponky's fiancée; killed by Bani
  • Karan Taneja as Sunny: Mayuri's friend
  • Shivanshu Sharma as Bobby: Mayuri's assistant and Sunny's friend
  • Kamal Malik as Pandit: Lord Shiva's source; killed by Jay
  • Shreyas Pandit as Mahaguru: Lord Shiva's source
  • Manorama Bhattishyam as Panditayan: Lord Shiva's source; Pandit's wife; killed by Jay
  • Priyamvada Kant as Chandani: The princess of the moon. Hypnotised Veer to come to Moon and marry her, but was unsuccessful later.
  • Arjit Taneja as Farishta: An angel who wants Bani to take revenge from the cheels; tries to kill Veer, but later realises their true love and leaves. Rageshwari's former lover and Priya's father.
  • Ami Neema as Monika: A girl appointed by Jay to seduce Veer

Guest

  • Hina Khan as Naageshwari:Sarvashreshtha Aadi Naagin, the most powerful Naagin of all Naag lok; Hriday's lover; Aakesh's obsession
  • Mohit Malhotra as Hriday: Aadinaag; Naageshwari's love interest
  • Dheeraj Dhoopar in a dual role as
    • Aakesh:The prince of cheels, Naageshwari's obsessive lover
    • Shakura: An old eagle who took Aakesh's form

Guests

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Reception

In its launch week, the series topped the ratings charts. Season One proved to be highly successful.[26][27] The second season also topped the ratings chart in its launch week and continued to do so. Like first two seasons the third season also topped the ratings chart in its launch week and continued to do so for several months but when the third season was extended in February 2019 the season lost its top position in the TRP charts and even went out of the top five shows for several months but regained its top position in the last week. The fourth season topped the ratings chart in its launch week.[28]

Ratings

Season 1

Episode Weekly rank
(in ratings)
BARC ratings Television viewership
(in millions (TVM))[29]
Weekly rank
(in viewership)
1 1 4.2 15676 1
2 & 3 1 4.3 16741 1
4 & 5 1 4.5 N/A 1
6 & 7 1 5.2 16.71% 1
8 & 9 1 5.7 19.57% 1
10 & 11 1 5.1 17.81% 1
12 & 13 1 5.3 18.52% 1
14 & 15 1 5.8 18.54% 1
16 & 17 1 5.8 19.84% 1
18 & 19 1 4.4 19.82% 1
20 1 5.3 18.12% 1
21 & 22 1 5.3 17.11% 1
23 & 24 1 5.5 19.54% 1

Season 2

In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Year / week Episodes Broadcast date BARC ratings (urban)[30]
Nationwide Ranking (Nationwide)
Week 41, 2016 1 – 2 8 October 2016 – 9 October 2016 8.8% (8838)[31] 1
Week 42, 2016 3 – 4 15 October 2016 – 16 October 2016 8.2% (8272)[32] 1
Week 43, 2016 5 – 6 22 October 2016 – 23 October 2016 8% (7979)[33] 1
Week 44, 2016 7 – 8 29 October 2016 – 30 October 2016 6.6% (6617)[34] 2
Week 45, 2016 9 – 10 5 November 2016 – 6 November 2016 8.6% (8605)[35] 1
Week 46, 2016 11 – 12 12 November 2016 – 13 November 2016 9.2% (9168)[36] 1
Week 47, 2016 13 – 14 19 November 2016 – 15 November 2016 9.1% (9133)[37] 1
Week 48, 2016 15 – 16 26 November 2016 – 27 November 2016 10.2% (10214)[38] 1
Week 49, 2016 17 – 18 3 December 2016 – 4 December 2016 9.4% (9370)[39] 1
Week 50, 2016 19 – 20 10 December 2016 – 11 December 2016 8.5% (8460)[40] 1
Week 51, 2016 21 – 22 17 December 2016 – 18 December 2016 8.8% (8753)[41] 2
Week 52, 2016 23 – 24 24 December 2016 – 25 December 2016 9.1% (9076)[42] 1
Week 1, 2017 25 – 26 31 December 2016 – 1 January 2017 8% (7986)[43] 1
Week 2, 2017 27 – 28 7 January 2017 – 8 January 2017 8.4% (8414)[44] 1
Week 3, 2017 29 – 30 14 January 2017 – 15 January 2017 7.4% (7410)[45] 1
Week 4, 2017 31 – 32 21 January 2017 – 22 January 2017 7.3% (7297)[46] 1
Week 5, 2017 33 – 34 28 January 2017 – 29 January 2017 7.4% (7416)[47] 1
Week 6, 2017 35 – 36 4 February 2017 – 5 February 2017 8.1% (8126)[48] 1
Week 7, 2017 37 – 38 11 February 2017 – 12 February 2017 7.4% (7377)[49] 1
Week 8, 2017 39 – 40 18 February 2017 – 19 February 2017 7.9% (7940)[50] 1
Week 9, 2017 41 – 42 25 February 2017 – 26 February 2017 7.8% (7829)[51] 1
Week 10, 2017 43 – 44 4 March 2017 – 5 March 2017 7.1% (7113)[52] 1
Week 11, 2017 45 – 46 11 March 2017 – 12 March 2017 7.7% (7732)[53] 1
Week 12, 2017 47 – 48 18 March 2017 – 19 March 2017 7.69% (7690)[54] 1
Week 13, 2017 49 – 50 25 March 2017 – 26 March 2017 7.9% (7987)[55] 1

Season 3

In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.[56]

Year / week Episodes Broadcast date BARC ratings (urban + rural)[30]
Nationwide Ranking (nationwide)
Week 23, 2018 1 – 2 2 June 2018 – 3 June 2018 16.5% (16545)[57] 1
Week 24, 2018 3 – 4 9 June 2018 – 10 June 2018 14% (14103)[58] 1
Week 25, 2018 5 – 6 16 June 2018 – 17 June 2018 14.5% (14559)[59] 1
Week 26, 2018 7 – 8 23 June 2018 – 24 June 2018 14.5% (14579)[60] 1
Week 27, 2018 9 – 10 30 June 2018 – 1 July 2018 14.3% (14374)[60] 1
Week 28, 2018 11 – 12 7 July 2018 – 8 July 2018 13.9% (13910)[61] 1
Week 29, 2018 13 – 14 14 July 2018 – 15 July 2018 15.5% (15466)[62] 1
Week 30, 2018 15 – 16 21 July 2018 – 22 July 2018 15.8% (15818)[63] 1
Week 31, 2018 17 28 July 2018 16.7% (16677)[64] 1
Week 32, 2018 18 – 19 4 August 2018 – 5 August 2018 15.2% (15221)[65] 1
Week 33, 2018 20 – 21 11 August 2018 – 12 August 2018 14.8% (14835)[66] 1
Week 34, 2018 22 – 23 18 August 2018 – 19 August 2018 15.2% (15528)[67] 1
Week 35, 2018 24 – 25 25 August 2018 – 26 August 2018 13.6% (13612)[68] 1
Week 36, 2018 26 – 27 1 September 2018 – 2 September 2018 14.2% (14294)[69] 1
Week 37, 2018 28 – 29 8 September 2018 – 9 September 2018 14.2% (14422)[70] 1
Week 38, 2018 30 – 31 15 September 2018 – 16 September 2018 15.4% (15402)[71] 1
Week 39, 2018 32 – 33 22 September 2018 – 23 September 2018 14.5% (14488)[72] 1
Week 40, 2018 34 – 35 29 September 2018 – 30 September 2018 14.6% (14641)[73] 1
Week 41, 2018 36 – 37 6 October 2018 – 7 October 2018 13.4% (13406)[74] 1
Week 42, 2018 38 – 39 13 October 2018 – 14 October 2018 13.1% (13093)[75] 1
Week 43, 2018 40 – 41 20 October 2018 – 21 October 2018 13.1% (13135)[76] 1
Week 44, 2018 42 – 43 27 October 2018 – 28 October 2018 12.4% (12376)[77] 2
Week 45, 2018 44 – 45 3 November 2018 – 4 November 2018 12.8% (12796) 2
Week 46, 2018 46 – 47 10 November 2018 – 11 November 2018 13,2% (13164) 1
Week 47, 2018 48 – 49 17 November 2018 – 18 November 2018 13,6% (13621) 2
Week 48, 2018 50 – 51 24 November 2018 – 25 November 2018 12,3% (12325) 3
Week 49, 2018 52 – 53 1 December 2018 – 2 December 2018 12.6% (12573) 3
Week 50, 2018 54 – 55 8 December 2018 – 9 December 2018 13.2% (13190) 2
Week 51, 2018 56 – 57 15 December 20118 – 16 December 2018 13.1% (13051) 3
Week 52,2018 58 – 59 22 December 2018 – 23 December 2018 12.3% (12271) 3
Week 1, 2019 60 – 61 – 62 29 December 2018 – 30 December 2018 – 31 December 2018 9.1% (9111) 5
Week 2, 2019 63 – 64 5 January 2019 – 6 January 2019 14.3% (14277) 1
Week 3, 2019 65 – 66 12 January 2019 – 13 January 2019 13.6% (13633) 2
Week 4, 2019 67 – 68 19 January 2019 – 20 January 2019 13.5% (13469) 1
Week 5, 2019 69 – 70 26 January 2019 – 27 January 2019 12.4% (12394) 3
Week 14, 2019 86 – 87 30 March 2019 – 31 March 2019 8.6% (8585) 5
Week 15, 2019 88 – 89 6 April 2019 – 7 April 2019 8.9% (8936) 5
Week 16, 2019 90 – 91 13 April 2019 – 14 April 2019 8.4% (8404) 5
Week 17, 2019 92 – 93 20 April 2019 – 21 April 2019 5.5% (5498) 6
Week 18, 2019 94 – 95 27 April 2019 – 28 April 2019 8.9% (8939) 2
Week 19, 2019 96 – 97 4 May 2019 – 5 May 2019 8.8% (8818) 4
Week 20, 2019 98 – 99 11 May 2019 – 12 May 2019 8.8% (8847) 3
Week 21, 2019 100 – 101 18 May 2019 – 19 May 2019 12.4%(12368) 1
Week 22, 2019 102–103 25 May 2019 – 26 May 2019 14.4%(14368) 1

Season 4

In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Year / week Episodes Broadcast date BARC ratings (urban )[30]
Nationwide Ranking (nationwide)
Week 51, 2019 1–2 14 December 2019 – 15 December 2019 9.0% (8953) 1
Week 52, 2019 3–4 21 December 2019 – 22 December 2019 7.5% (7487) 2
Week 53, 2019 5–6 28 December 2019 – 29 December 2019 7.6% (7632) 1
Week 1, 2020 7–8 4 January 2020 – 5 January 2020 8.4% (8410) 1
Week 2, 2020 9–10 11 January 2020 – 12 January 2020 7.7% (7718) 2
Week 3, 2020 11–12 18 January 2020 – 19 January 2020 7.2% (7184) 1
Week 4, 2020 13–14 25 January 2020 – 26 January 2020 8.0% (8015) 1
Week 5, 2020 15–16 1 February 2020 – 2 February 2020 8.0% (8004) 2
Week 6, 2020 17–18 8 February 2020 – 9 February 2020 7.1% (7139) 2
Week 7, 2020 19–20 15 February 2020 – 16 February 2020 6.9% (6894) 5
Week 8, 2020 21–22 22 February 2020 – 23 February 2020 6.5% (6542) 6
Week 9, 2020 23–24 29 February 2020 – 1 March 2020 5.6% (5639) 10
Week 10, 2020 25–26 7 March 2020 – 8 March 2020 5.7% (5676) 8
Week 11, 2020 27–28 14 March 2020 – 15 March 2020 6.3% (6345) 5
Week 12, 2020 29–30 21 March 2020 – 22 March 2020 1.6% (1611) 18

Season 5

In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Year / week Episodes Broadcast date BARC ratings (urban )
Nationwide Ranking (nationwide)
Week 32,2020 1 9 August 2020 6.2% (6163)[78][79] 3
Week 33,2020 2–3 15 August 2020 – 16 August 2020 5.7% (5758)[80] 5

Unlike previous seasons which consistently maintained its positions in top 5, season 5 since its third week of telecast could not be able to enter top 5 Hindi GEC while its ratings dropped weekly.[81][82]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Recipient Season Result
2016 Gold Awards Best Actress in Lead Role (Critics) Adaa Khan Season 1 Won[83]
Best Actor in Lead Role (Critics) Arjun Bijlani
Best Actress in Lead Role (Popular) Mouni Roy
Best Crime/Thriller/VFX Ekta Kapoor
Best Actor in Lead Role (Popular) Arjun Bijlani Nominated
Best TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor
16th Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actress in Lead Role (Popular) Mouni Roy Won[84]
Best Serial (Popular) Ekta Kapoor
2017 10th Boroplus Gold Awards Best Actress in Negative Role (Critics) Adaa Khan Season 2 Won[85]
Boroplus Face of the Year Mouni Roy
Best Actress in Lead Role (Critics)
Best Actor in Lead Role (Critics) Karanvir Bohra
Best TV Show Based on Crime/Thriller/VFX Ekta Kapoor
Best Actor in Lead Role (Popular) Arjun Bijlani Nominated
Best Actress in Lead Role (Popular) Mouni Roy
Best TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor
BIG Zee Entertainment Awards BIG Zee Most Entertaining TV Actor (Female) Mouni Roy Won[86][87]
BIG Zee Most Entertaining TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor
BIG Zee Most Entertaining TV Actor (Male) Karanvir Bohra Nominated[88]
2018 Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actress (Jury) Surbhi Jyoti Season 3|style="background: #FDD; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: center; " class="no table-no2"|Nominated
Highest Rated Show on Television Ekta Kapoor Won[89]
2019 Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in Supporting Role Anita Hassanandani Won[90]
Best Actor In Lead Role Male (Popular) Pearl V Puri Nominated[91]
Best Actor In Lead Role Female (Popular) Surbhi Jyoti
Best Jodi (Popular) Pearl V Puri & Surbhi Jyoti
Gold Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Anita Hassanandani Won[92]
Best Actor in a Lead Role (Jury) Pearl V Puri
Best Television Show (Thriller) Ekta Kapoor
Best Actress in a Negative Role Rakshandha Khan Nominated
Best Actor in a Negative Role Rajat Tokas
Best Actress in a Lead Role (Popular) Surbhi Jyoti
Best Actor in a Lead Role (Popular) Pearl V Puri
Best On-screen Jodi Surbhi Jyoti & Pearl V Puri
Best TV Show of the Year (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor

Adaptations

Country Language Title Channel Reference
India Malayalam നാഗകന്യക Surya TV [93][94]
Telugu నాగిని Gemini TV [95]
Odia ନାଗୀନ Colors Odia
Tamil நாகினி Sun TV [96][97]
Colors Tamil
Kannada ನಾಗಕನ್ನಿಕೆ Colors Kannada [98]
Marathi नागिन Colors Marathi
Bengali নাগিন Colors Bangla
Pakistan Urdu ناگن Filmazia TV [99][100]
Sri Lanka Tamil நீயா Shakthi TV
Sinhalese ප්‍රේම දඩයම Sirasa TV
Vietnam Vietnamese Xà Nữ Báo Thù VTVC 5 [101]
Tình Người Kiếp Rắn THVL1 [102][103]
Thailand Thai นาคิน Channel 3 [104]
Indonesia Indonesian Naagin SCTV [105]
Naagin 2 Indosiar [106]
Malaysia Hindi Naagin TV3 [107]
South Africa English Naagin eExtra

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