Naagin (2015 TV series)
Naagin: Bhagya Ka Zehreela Khel
|Created by||Ekta Kapoor|
|Written by||Mukta Dhond|
R M Joshi
|Directed by||Santram Varma|
Ranjan Kumar Singh
|Creative director(s)||Tanushree Dasgupta|
Pearl V Puri
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||4|
|No. of episodes||270|
|Production location(s)||Film City|
Ink Bling Designs Pvt. Ltd.
|Running time||40 min to 90 min|
|Production company(s)||Balaji Telefilms|
|Original network||Colors TV|
|Original release||1 November 2015 –|
Naagin (transl. Female serpent) is an Indian supernatural fantasy thriller television series produced by Ekta Kapoor under Balaji Telefilms. The series traces the lives of shape-shifting serpent women. In every season, these serpents fight evil and keep the ultimate source of power, the 'naagmani', safe from evil.
The first season premiered on 1 November 2015 and ended on 5 June 2016 after 62 episodes. It starred Mouni Roy, Arjun Bijlani, Adaa Khan and Sudha Chandran. It became one of the highest rated shows on Indian television.
The second season aired from 8 October 2016 to 25 June 2017 with 75 episodes. It starred Mouni Roy, Karanvir Bohra, Adaa Khan, Kinshuk Mahajan and Sudha Chandran, with Mouni Roy as Shivanya in extended special appearance.
The third season aired from 2 June 2018 to 26 May 2019 with 103 episodes. It starred Surbhi Jyoti, Pearl V Puri, Anita Hassanandani, Rajat Tokas and Rakshanda Khan in lead roles with Karishma Tanna in extended special appearance.
The fourth season adapted with a new title Naagin: Bhagya Ka Zehreela Khel premiered on 14 December 2019. It starred Nia Sharma, Jasmin Bhasin, Sayantani Ghosh, Vijayendra Kumeria, Anita Hassanandani and Rashami Desai in lead roles.
|Season||No. of episodes||Originally broadcast (India)|
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||62||1 November 2015||5 June 2016|
|2||75||8 October 2016||25 June 2017|
|3||103||2 June 2018||26 May 2019|
|4||30||14 December 2019||TBA|
Shivanya and her cousin Shesha are ichchadhari naagins (shape-shifting serpent-women) who seek to avenge the murders of Shivanya's parents in a failed attempt to obtain the Naagmani, a magical gem. Shivanya marries the murderer Ankush's son, Ritik, and kills his accomplices Viren, Shailesh and Suri. Shivanya falls in love with kind-hearted Ritik, giving Shesha concerns about her commitment and risking the loss of her powers.
Ankush's wife Yamini is the final murderer, who learns Shesha's nature and turns her against Shivanya. Yamini frames Shivanya for Ankush's murder so that Ritik swears vengeance against her. Though Ritik's feelings are conflicted, Yamini helps him kill Shivanya with a magical knife. She also kills Ritik for trying to return naagmani.
Shivanya and Ritik are revived by Lord Shiva. Learning the truth, Ritik helps Shivanya protect the Naagmani. Though she loses her powers, they succeed and kill Yamini. Shesha is imprisoned by the Mahishmatis (shape-shifting bees) who were behind the plot, attempting to obtain the Naagmani every 25 years.
Twenty-five years later, widowed Shivanya has an adult daughter, Shivangi. Shesha, Yamini and the Mahishmatis return, and Yamani's nephew Rocky falls in love with Shivangi. Shivanya quickly arranges their marriage so that her daughter can avoid the hardships of becoming a naagin. On the wedding day, the evildoers kill the wedding guests and fatally stab Shivanya, blaming it on bandits.
Shivangi escapes the slaughter and survives a suicide attempt to become a naagin, vowing to protect Naagmani and avenge her mother. Shivangi interrupts Rocky and Shesha's wedding a few days later, and Yamini makes Rocky to marry Shivangi, as she is the only one who can touch Naagmani. Later, Shivangi is saved from one of Shivanya's murderers by Rocky, and she realizes that he is innocent. Shivangi kills the other murderers and avenges for a naag (male serpent) who was killed while assisting her. Rocky learns her identity and that she killed his family; he seduced her so that she loses her naagin powers.Then he made her imprisoned.
Following months of imprisonment, Shivangi realizes that her naagin powers are stronger than ever. She escapes and learns more about her and Rocky's families, and how they had been manipulated. Shesha and Yamini cause Rocky to become a naag. Another naag helps reveal the truth to Rocky, but when Rocky and Shivangi reunite to fulfill her revenge, Rocky suddenly stabs Shivangi to death – apparently under orders from Ritik.
Icchadari Naag and Naagin Vikrant and Ruhi reunite as lovers after hundred years. However, business tycoon, Andy Sehgal's son Yuvraj along with his friends come to the Haveli where Ruhi and Vikrant are going to be married. They attempt to rape her and while saving her, Vikrant gets killed by Aditya (Yuvraj's friend) who shots him. However, Mahir Sehgal (Andy Sehgal's eldest son) reaches there and snatches the gun, thus making Ruhi suspect him of the murder. Ruhi is distraught and swears vengeance on the murderers.
Six months later
Six months later, Yuvraj Sehgal is engaged to a well-to-do woman Bela. A naagin infiltrates the Sehgal home as a sassy, seductive and multi-rich investor named Vish Khanna. Vish kills Karan on the night of her arrival. She kills Yuvraj on the day of his marriage. Meanwhile, the eldest son of Andy Sehgal, Mahir, marries Bela. Bela is revealed to be Ruhi who has transformed into Bela after her face was ruined and to complete her revenge while Vish is revealed to be her closest friend and a royal servant. Bela and Vish kills Rehan together.
Bela and Mahir starts getting close which creates an unwillingness in Bela's mind to kill Mahir. On Bela's way comes a witch. Bela starts falling in love with Mahir. They all visits a town where Bela plans to kill Aditya who had known of her true identity. She confronts "Stree"[disambiguation needed] but manages to kill Daksh. Bela and Mahir kiss each other at the town. Vikrant returns and it is revealed that he had faked his death in a plot to obtain the Naagmani. Andy Sehgal's wife Sumitra had also been killed and replaced by Sumitra, a naagin from the Nidhog-nag clan who is Vikrant's mother. Learning of the plans, Bela made Vikrant to marry Vish, and he decides to help them. Mahir loses his memory when Sumitra bites him and doesn't remember Bela. Bela tries to make Mahir remember everything with Vish and Vikrant's help However, on the day of New Year, Bela, Vikrant, Vishaka along with the Naag Rani Maa (Bela's mother) are killed by Sumitra who pushes them down from the hills.
Six months later
Sumitra arranges Mahir's next marriage, with a bridal party massacre. Sumitra's sister, Rohini and brother-in-law Alekh comes to live with her. However, the bride is revealed to be Bela in disguise, accompanied by Vikrant and Vish. Sumitra takes help from Huzoor. Bela now confronts Hukum and Huzoor who are revealed to be demons. Huzoor is former Ruhi's disguise while Hukum hides his face. Bela and Vikrant makes Huzoor to reveal everything about their plans. Hukum is killed by Huzoor after she reveals their plans while Bela comes to know of Huzoor's evil plans who wants to give birth to Andhkasur (a demon child) through Bela. However, Vish takes Bela's identity and gets pregnant by Hukum. Vish gives birth to Hukum's daughter Taamsi who becomes evil as she grows up. Taamsi eventually kills Huzoor while declaring that nobody can control her. Bela and Mahir are later killed by Taamsi. Sumitra obtains Naagmani but it loses all its powers, as it was cursed by Shivangi. Bela and Mahir are reborn as Shravani and Mihir.
25 years later
On her twenty-fifth birthday, Shravani gains naagin powers and memories of her past life, and reunites with Vikrant and Vish. Sumitra and Taamsi attempt to remove the curse from Naagmani, but Shravani summons Shivangi (blessed by Lord Shiva) to protect it. Shivangi restores the Naagmani's powers. Shesha is revealed to have killed Shivangi in the form of Ritik and Rocky. Shesha reveals that she was a part of the Ku-Sarp clan and was a two-headed naagin. Shesha and Shivangi fight, ending with Shesha buried in the ground. Rocky and Ritik are freed from a basement, and Shivanya is summoned from heaven; as Ritik dies, he and Shivanya are permanently reunited. Shivangi and Rocky start a new life together. While Shravani is marrying Mihir, Taamsi, Shesha and Sumitra appears and asks for Naagmani. However, Shravani who is mow blessed with more powers, refuses and announces that Naagmani woukd be safe for the next 50 full moons after that day. She takes them to the Naagin haveli and kills the 3 of them with Lord Shiva trident. Shravani marries Mihir. At the end it is revealed that Vish was also a Ku-Sarp serpent and she was eyeing Naagmani from the beginning. She vows to take the Naagmani after 50 full moons.
A naagin princess Manyata marries a human Keshav. She give birth to a female child who can't become naagin until the age twenty-five. Later, Keshav gets massacred along with his family. Manyata raises her daughter Nayantara to exact revenge on the Parikh family.
Nayantara waits to get naagin powers at her 25th birthday. However, the powers go to Brinda instead, who is later revealed to have been switched at birth with Nayantara. Meanwhile Dev, the son of murderer Vrushali, falls in love with Brinda. Manyata and Brinda are reunited and Brinda marries Dev to take revenge.
Vish returns from 3rd season with the motive of getting naagmani and plans to get it by Nayantara. However, her plan fails because instead of Nayantara, Dev touches naagmani accidentally and gets it in his forehead. Disappointedly, Vish scolds Nayantara and makes her vanish in a pillar, thus killing her. Meanwhile, Brinda starts her revenge by killing Madhav. Now Vish has to kill Dev to get the Naagmani. She decides to separate the couple and starts creating misunderstandings between the couple. When Brinda realises her motives, Vish decides to kill her mother abd put the blame on Dev. She takes the form of Dev and kills Manyata in front of Brinda while making Brinda think that it was Dev who killed her mother. Brinda vows to complete her revenge by killing Dev and his family. On the other hand, Vish returns to the Parekh family and announces that Brinda has escaped with Rajat. The show takes a leap of 1 year after which Vish released Nayantara and she gains a new face and identity called 'Shalaka'. Dev and Shalaka were married on holi day, elsewhere Brinda was ready to take Revenge.
|Season 1||Season 2||Season 3||Season 4|
|Mouni Roy||Shivanya Ritik Singh||A naagin from Sheshnag clan, wife of Ritik, mother of Shivangi.||Dead||Main||Recurring||Guest|
|Shivangi Rocky Pratap Singh||A naagin from Sheshnag clan, became Mahanaagrani in season 3. Shivanya and Ritik's daughter, Sangram Singh's granddaughter, Rocky's wife.||Alive||Main||Guest|
|Arjun Bijlani||Ritik Singh||King Sangram Singh's son, prince of Suryavanshi, Yamini and Ankush's adopted son, Shivanya's husband, Shivangi's father, Rocky's father-in-law.||Dead||Main||Guest|
|Adaa Khan||Shesha||A naagin from Sheshnag clan, Shivanya's cousin sister, Shivangi's aunt. Takshika - Naagrani of Takshak clan (season 2), kusarp (season 3). One of the eight murderers of Shivanya (season 2).||Dead||Main||Guest|
|Sudha Chandran||Yamini Singh Raheja||King Sangram Singh's younger sister, princess of Suryavanshi, Ankush's wife, Ritik's aunt and adoptive mother (season 1). Ankilesh's sister-in-law, Rocky's adoptive mother (season 2). One of the five murderers of Shivanya's parents (season 1). One of the eight murderers of Shivanya (season 2).||Dead||Main||Guest|
|Karanvir Bohra||Rocky Pratap Singh||A naag from Takshak clan, Shivangi's husband, Mahendra Pratap Singh and Vasudha's son, Yamini's adoptive son.||Alive||Main||Guest|
|Kinshuk Mahajan||Rudra||A naag from Sheshnag clan, friend of Shivangi.||Dead||Main|
|Karishma Tanna||Ruhi||A naagin from Sheshnag clan, later reincarnated as Bela||Dead||Guest|
|Surbhi Jyoti||Bela Mahir Sehgal||A naagin, Naagrani of Sheshnag clan, the reincarnation of Ruhi, Juhi's elder sister, Mahir's wife.||Dead||Main|
|Shravani Mihir Sippi||A naagin, Naagrani of Sheshnag clan, the reincarnation of Bela, Mihir's wife.||Dead||Main|
|Pearl V Puri||Mahir Sehgal||Andy and Sumitra's son, Sumitra (naagin)'s adoptive son; Kuhu's elder brother; Yuvraj, Aditya and Pratham's half-brother; Ruhi/Bela's husband.||Dead||Main|
|Mihir Sippi||The reincarnation of Mahir, Samarjeet and Kanika's son, Mohit's younger brother, Shravani's husband.||Dead||Main|
|Rakshanda Khan||Sumitra||A naagin, Naagrani of Nidhog clan, Vikrant and Yuvraj's mother, Andy Sehgal's faked wife, Mahir's adoptive mother.||Dead||Main|
|Rajat Tokas||Vikrant||A naag from Nidhog clan, Sumitra (naagin)'s son, Yuvraj Sehgal's half-brother, Vishakha's husband, a friend of Ruhi/Bela/Shravani and Mahir/Mihir.||Dead||Main|
|Anita Hassanandani||Vishakha Khanna aka Vish||A naagin from Kaal Kuth clan, Vikrant's wife, friend of Ruhi/Bela/Shravani. She returned in Season 4 in order to take naagmani and transformed herself to new identity Mundika.||Alive||Main|
|Nia Sharma||Brinda Parikh||A naagin from Sheshnag clan, Manyata and Keshav's daughter, Pandit Ji and Swara's adopted daughter, who has been swapped with Nayantara; Rajat's Ex-fiancé, Dev's first wife.||Alive||Main|
|Vijayendra Kumeria||Dev Parikh||Aakash and Vrushali's son, Rohan's elder brother; Manas, Harsh, Sparsh, Hardik, Geetanjali, Lilly, Milly's cousin; Brinda's and Shalakha's husband.||Alive||Main|
|Rashami Desai||Shalakha Parikh (Nayantara's new identity)||Dev's second wife, She is returned to seek revenge from Brinda and the Parikh family||Alive||Main|
|Sayantani Ghosh||Manyata||A naagin princess from Sheshnag clan, Keshav's wife, Brinda's mother, Nayantara's adoptive mother. She was killed by Vishakha in disguise of Dev.||Dead||Main|
|Jasmin Bhasin||Nayantara aka Nayan||Manyata's adoptive daughter, who has been swapped with Brinda. She was trapped by Vishakha in a pillar. She returned as Shalakha||Alive||Main|
- Arjun Bijlani as Sangram Singh (season 1): The king of Suryavanshi, Yamini's elder brother, Ritik's father, Shivanya's father-in-law.
- Manish Khanna as Ankush Raheja a.k.a Anki (season 1) (Dead): Princess Yamini Singh Raheja's royal gardener-turned-husband, Akhilesh a.k.a Anki 2's twin brother, one of the five murderers.
- Sharika Raina as Amrita Raheja (season 1): Ankush and Yamini's oldest child and only daughter, Ritik and Angad's elder sister, Divya's cousin.
- Siddharth Shivpuri as Angad Raheja (season 1): Ankush and Yamini's youngest child and only son, Amrita and Ritik's younger brother, Divya's cousin.
- Swati Jain as Divya Raheja (season 1): Ankush and Yamini's niece; Amrita, Ritik and Angad's cousin.
- Vimarsh Roshan as Viren Raheja (season 1) (Dead): Ankush's nephew, one of the royal servants of Suryavanshi kingdom, one of the five murderers.
- Gunjan Walia as Chhaya Raheja (season 1): Viren's wife.
- Bhuvan Chopra as Shailesh Mathur (season 1) (Dead): Ramya's husband, Tanvi's father, one of the royal servants of Suryavanshi kingdom, one of the five murderers.
- Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal/Karuna Verma as Ramya Mathur (season 1) (Dead): Shailesh's wife, Tanvi's mother.
- Puja Sharma as Tanvi Mathur (season 1) (Dead): Shailesh and Ramya's daughter.
- Pranav Misshra as Arjun Mathur (season 1) (Dead): Shailesh's cousin and friend of Ritik.
- Mazher Sayed as Suri (season 1) (Dead): Monisha's husband, one of the royal servants of Suryavanshi kingdom, one of the five murderers.
- Priya Shinde as Monisha (season 1) (Dead): Suri's third wife.
- Kamalika Guha Thakurta as Guru Maa (season 1) (Dead): sorceress-cum-priestess.
- Gaurav Gera as Chutki (season 1) (Dead): A faked naagin, made by Guru Maa.
- Madhura Naik as Mayuri (season 1) (Dead): A shape-shifting peafowl.
- Rajat Tokas as Kabir (season 1) (Dead): A shape-shifting mongoose.
- Kaushal Kapoor as Kabir's unnamed faked father (season 1) (Dead).
- Shahnaz Rizwan as Kabir's unnamed faked mother (season 1) (Dead).
- Lavina Tandon as an unnamed girl (season 1): The girl who got possessed by Goddess Kali.
- Sriti Jha as narrator of season 2 premiere (voiceover).
- Aashka Goradia as Avantika (season 2) (Dead): A shape-shifting honeybee, queen of the Mahishmati kingdom, one of the eight murderers.
- Vishal Puri as Vikram (season 2) (Dead): Avantika's former general, king of Mahishmati kingdom, one of the eight murderers.
- Kalyani Chaitanya as Kapalika (season 2) (Dead): An evil sorceress, one of the eight murderers.
- Indresh Malik as Manav Nikanj (season 2) (Dead): Yamini's partner in crime, one of the eight murderers.
- Pyumori Mehta Ghosh as Nidhi Nikanj (season 2) (Dead): Manav's wife, one of the eight murderers.
- Aryan Pandit as Roumil Nikanj (season 2) (Dead): Manav and Nidhi's son.
- Rutpanna Aishwarya as Avni Nikanj (season 2) (Dead): Manav and Nidhi's daughter.
- An unknown actor as Amar Mehra (season 2) (Dead): Maansi's husband, one of the eight murderers.
- Swati Anand as Maansi Mehra 'née Nikanj' (season 2): Rocky's adoptive/foster paternal aunt.
- Manas Adhiya as Sushant Mehra (season 2): Amar and Maansi's son.
- Shirin Sewani as Alia Mehra (season 2): Amar and Maansi's daughter.
- Malhar Pandya as Nishank (season 2) (Dead): An ichchadhari naag from Sheshnag clan, Shivanya's friend.
- Pankaj Vishnu as Anant (season 2) (Dead): Ritik's friend, Shivanya's foster brother, Gautami and Sapna's father.
- Monica Sharma as Gautami (season 2) (Dead): Anant's daughter, Sapna's sister, Shivangi's adoptive cousin.
- Naazuk Lochan as Sapna (season 2) (Dead): Anant's daughter, Gautami's sister, Shivangi's adoptive cousin.
- Lalit Bisht as Aditya (season 2) (Dead): Shivangi's ex-fiancé.
- Vishal Bharadwaj as Shishupal (season 2) (Dead): The former king of Mahishmati kingdom.
- Manish Khanna as Akhilesh Raheja a.k.a Anki 2 (season 2) Dead): Ankush a.k.a Anki's twin brother, known by the name Anki 2.
- Vineet Kumar Chaudhary as Mahish (season 2) (Dead): A shape-shifting bison.
- Vindhya Tiwari as Takshika (season 2) (Dead): Former monarch of Takshak clan.
- Anjali Ujawane as Uttara (season 2) (Dead): A tribal woman with knowledge in witchcraft.
- Rohit Sagar as Mahendra Pratap Singh (season 2) (Dead): Vasudha's husband, Rocky's biological father.
- Shweta Dadhich as Vasudha Mahendra Pratap Singh (season 2) (Dead): A naagin from Takshak clan, Mahendra's wife, Rocky's biological mother.
- Shagun Ajmani as Tanya (season 2) (Dead): Ranbeer and Manjusha's daughter, Rocky's friend.
- Jaineeraj Rajpurohit as Ranbeer (season 2) (Dead): Manjusha's husband, Tanya's father.
- Arzoo Govitrikar as Manjusha (season 2) (Dead): Ranbeer's wife, Tanya's mother.
- Abha Parmar as Maha Mata Tapaswini (season 2) (Dead): Takshika's chief advisor and a skilled sorceress.
- Rohan Gandotra as Anshuman (season 2) (Dead): An ichchadhari naag from Sheshnag clan, Shivangi's friend.
- Chetan Hansraj as Andy Sehgal (season 3) (Dead): A business tycoon, Sumitra's husband, Poulomi's unmarried husband; Mahir, Yuvraj, Kuhu, Aditya and Pratham's father.
- Pavitra Punia as Poulomi Roy (season 3) (Dead): Andy's mistress, Aditya and Pratham's mother.
- Puneett Chouksey as Aditya Sehgal a.k.a Adi (season 3) (Dead): Andy and Poulomi's son, Pratham's elder brother; Mahir, Yuvraj and Kuhu's half-brother.
- Mithil Jain as Pratham Sehgal (season 3) (Dead): Andy and Poulomi's son, Aditya's younger brother; Mahir, Yuvraj, Kuhu's half-brother, Suhani's husband.
- Ankit Mohan as Yuvraj Sehgal a.k.a Yuvi (season 3) (Dead): An ichchadhari naag, Andy and Sumitra (naagin)'s son; Mahir, Kuhu, Aditya, Pratham and Vikrant's half-brother, Ravi's ex-boyfriend, Bela's ex-fiancé.
- Sakshi Pradhan as Raavi Saluja (season 3) (Dead): Yuvraj's ex-girlfriend.
- Kushabh Manghani as Karan (season 3) (Dead): The manager of Sehgal family.
- Deepali Kamath as Mukti Mittal (season 3) (Dead): Andy's friend Shekhar Mittal's wife, Rehan and Anu's mother.
- Naveen Sharma as Rehan Mittal (season 3) (Dead): Shekhar and Mukti's son, Anu's elder brother, Yuvraj's friend.
- Heli Daruwala as Anu Mittal (season 3) (Dead): Rehan's younger sister, Kuhu's friend.
- Shahab Khan as Sunil Munshi (season 3): Sumitra's family's chief accountant.
- Aman Gandhi as Daksh Munshi (season 3) (Dead): Sunil's son, Suhani's elder brother, Pratham's brother-in-law.
- Charvi Saraf as Suhani Sehgal 'née Munshi' (season 3) (Dead): Sunil's daughter, Daksh's younger sister, Pratham's wife, Bela's friend.
- Simran Sachdeva as Kuhu Jaiswal 'née Sehgal' (season 3) (Dead): Andy and real Sumitra's daughter, Mahir's sister; Yuvraj, Aditya and Pratham's half-sister, RJ's wife, baby Ruhi Jaiswal's mother.
- Rohit Choudhary as Rohit Jaiswal a.k.a RJ (season 3) (Dead): Kuhu's husband, baby Ruhi Jaiswal's father.
- Rupesh Kataria as Bultu (season 3) (Dead): Yuvraj's friend.
- Heer Chopra as Sonal (season 3) (Dead): Bultu's girlfriend who was killed by Vikrant.
- Melanie Nazareth as Naagrani Maa (season 3) (Dead): An ichchadhari naagin, former queen of Sheshnag clan, Ruhi (Bela) and Juhi's mother.
- Roopali Prakash as Juhi (season 3) (Dead): An ichchadhari naagin from Sheshnag clan, Naagrani Maa's daughter, Ruhi (Bela)'s younger sister.
- Saptrishi Ghosh as Arvind (season 3) (Dead): An ichchadhari naag from Sheshnag clan.
- Manoj Kolhatkar as naag pandit/Jagmohan Sharma - faked identity (season 3) (Dead): Naagrani Ruhi (Bela)'s chief advisor.
- Mahira Sharma as Jamini (season 3) (Dead): A Chudail, Rehan's supposed girlfriend.
- Adhvik Mahajan as ACP Ajitabh Singh (season 3) (Dead): A cop with a witty sense of humor.
- Prince Narula as Shahnawaz Ali a.k.a Shaan - faked identity (season 3) (Dead): A highly skilled sapera.
- Aly Goni as Vyom (season 3) (Dead): A shape-shifting vulture, Amrita's son, Amir and Rinky's elder brother.
- Geetanjali Mishra as Amrita (season 3) (Dead): A shape-shifting vulture, Vyom's mother.
- Adish Vaidya as Amit (season 3) (Dead): A shape-shifting vulture, Amrita's son, Vyom's younger brother.
- Aditi Sharma as Rinky (season 3) (Dead): A shape-shifting vulture, Amrita's daughter, Vyom's younger sister.
- Mreenal Deshraj as Rohini (season 3) (Dead): An ichchadhari naagin from Nidhog clan, Sumitra's younger sister, Alekh's wife.
- Amit Dhawan as Alekh (season 3) (Dead): An ichchadhari naag from Nidhog clan, Rohini's husband, Sumitra's brother-in-law.
- Sangeeta Chauhan as Avi (season 3): A stranger who helps Bela, Vishakha and Vikrant to enter Sumitra's house.
- Aditi Sharma as Shivli (season 3): The girl who was chosen by Sumitra to wed Mahir.
- Khushwant Walia as Raj (season 3): Shivli's brother, Mona's husband.
- Mala Salariya as Mona (season 3): Raj's wife, Shivli's sister-in-law.
- Zuber K. Khan as Ritvik (season 3): A paranormal investigator, Mahir's cousin.
- Karishma Tanna as Huzoor (season 3) (Dead): Huzoor is Hukum's sister, the faked Ruhi.
- Nikitin Dheer as Hukum (season 3) (Dead): An evil demon, Taamsi's father.
- Aleena Lambe/Krishna Mukherjee as Taamsi/Tanya - faked identity (season 3) (Dead): Andhkar - The most powerful and dreaded demoness in the world, Hukum and Vishakha's daughter.
- Deepak Wadhwa as Mohit Sippi (season 3): Samarjeet and Kanika's elder son, Mihir's elder brother.
- Jiten Lalwani as Samarjeet Sippi (season 3): Mihir and Mohit's father.
- Madhuri Pandey as Kanika Sippi (season 3): Mihir and Mohit's mother.
- Prachee Pathak as Ambar Sippi (season 3): Samarjeet's elder sister, Mihir and Mohit's aunt.
- Akash Rawat as Rohan (season 3): Mihir and Mohit's friend.
- Sumit Wadhwa as Gaurav (season 3): Mihir and Mohit's friend.
- Sanjay Swaraj as Maha Sapera (season 3): Hired by Sumitra to trap Shravani and Vishakha.
- Shalin Bhanot as Keshav (season 4) (Dead): Manyata's husband, Brinda's father.
- Kaveri Ghosh as Keshav's mother (season 4) (Dead)
- Farida Patel Venkat as Baa (season 4): Dev's grandmother.
- Sanjay Gandhi as Aakash Parikh (season 4): Vrushali's husband, Dev and Rohan's father.
- Geetanjali Tikekar as Vrushali Parikh (season 4): Aakash's wife, Dev and Rohan's mother, one of the six murderers.
- Manan Chaturvedi as Rohan Parikh (season 4): Aakash and Vrushali's son, Dev's younger brother.
- Rakhi Vijan as Ketki Parikh (season 4): Rasik's wife; Hardik, Lilly and Milly's mother, one of the six murderers.
- Hetal Puniwala as Rasik Parikh (season 4): Ketki's husband; Hardik, Lilly and Milly's father, one of the six murderers.
- Lakshay Khurana as Hardik Parikh (season 4): Ketki and Rasik's son, Lilly and Milly's brother, Dev's cousin.
- Himani Sahani as Lilly Parikh (season 4): Ketki and Rasik's daughter, Hardik and Milly's sister, Dev's cousin.
- Parree Pande as Milly Parikh (season 4): Ketki and Rasik's daughter, Hardik and Lilly's sister, Dev's cousin.
- Aparna Kumar as Iravati Parikh (season 4): Madhav's wife, Harsh and Sparsh's mother, one of the six murderers.
- Sikandar Kharbanda as Madhav Parikh (season 4) (Dead): Iravati's husband, Harsh and Sparsh's father, one of the six murderers.
- Ankur Verma as Harsh Parikh (season 4) (Dead): Iravati and Madhav's son, Sparsh's brother, Dev's cousin.
- Tushar Dhembla as Sparsh Parikh (season 4): Iravati and Madhav's son, Harsh's brother, Dev's cousin.
- Swati Anand as Khyati Parikh (season 4): Manas and Geetanjali's mother, one of the six murderers.
- Kunal Singh as Manas Parikh (season 4): Khyati's son, Geetanjali's brother, Dev's cousin.
- Disha Kapoor as Geetanjali Parikh (season 4): Khyati's daughter, Manas's sister, Dev's cousin.
- Mandeep Kumar as Pandit Ji (season 4): Brinda's adoptive father.
- Supriya Shukla as Swara (season 4): Pandit Ji's wife, Brinda's adoptive mother.
- Ankit Bathla as Rajat (season 4): Brinda's ex-fiancé.
- Priya Tandon as Kanika (season 4): Manas's ex-fiancé.
- Richa Rathore as Priyal (season 4): Manas's love affair.
- Ratnakar Nadkarni as Baba (Season 4): Brinda's mentor.
- Sanjay Gagnani as Prateek (Season 4): Lilly's child's father.
- Tusshar Kapoor, Aftab Shivdasani and Gauhar Khan to Promote the film Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3
- Emraan Hashmi, Prachi Desai and Lara Dutta to Promote the film Azhar
- Kareena Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar and Shikha Talsania to Promote the film Veere Di Wedding
- Avinash Tiwary and Tripti Dimri to Promote the film Laila Majnu
- Rajkumar Rao, Shraddha Kapoor and Abhishek Banerjee to Promote the film Stree
- Arunoday Singh, Mahie Gill and Nidhi Singh to Promote the web series Apharan
- Ronit Roy, Mona Singh and Gurdeep Kohli to Promote the web series Kehne Ko Humsafar Hain Season 2
Guests for celebration of 31 December 2018
- Shivin Narang as Jai Mittal from the series Internet Wala Love
- Jayati Bhatia as Roopa Mittal from the series Internet Wala Love
- Neil Bhatt as Ranveer Singh Vaghela from the series Roop - Mard Ka Naya Swaroop
- Arjun Bijlani as Deep Raj Singh from the series Ishq Mein Marjawan
- Nia Sharma as Arohi Kashyap from the series Ishq Mein Marjawan
- Shoaib Ibrahim as Abhimanyu from the series Ishq Mein Marjawan
- Rashmi Desai as Herself
- Drashti Dhami as Herself
- Ravi Dubey as Himself
- Avika Gor as Herself
- Sanjeeda Sheikh as Herself
- Karan Tacker as Himself
- Krystle D'Souza as Herself
- Gauhar Khan as Herself
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In its launch week, the series topped the ratings charts. Season one of the series proved to be highly successful. 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.
|BARC ratings||Television viewership
(in millions (TVM))
|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|
|21 & 22||1||5.3||17.11%||1|
|23 & 24||1||5.5||19.54%||1|
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)|
|Week 41, 2016||1 – 2||8 October 2016 – 9 October 2016||8.8% (8838)||1|
|Week 42, 2016||3 – 4||15 October 2016 – 16 October 2016||8.2% (8272)||1|
|Week 43, 2016||5 – 6||22 October 2016 – 23 October 2016||8% (7979)||1|
|Week 44, 2016||7 – 8||29 October 2016 – 30 October 2016||6.6% (6617)||2|
|Week 45, 2016||9 – 10||5 November 2016 – 6 November 2016||8.6% (8605)||1|
|Week 46, 2016||11 – 12||12 November 2016 – 13 November 2016||9.2% (9168)||1|
|Week 47, 2016||13 – 14||19 November 2016 – 15 November 2016||9.1% (9133)||1|
|Week 48, 2016||15 – 16||26 November 2016 – 27 November 2016||10.2% (10214)||1|
|Week 49, 2016||17 – 18||3 December 2016 – 4 December 2016||9.4% (9370)||1|
|Week 50, 2016||19 – 20||10 December 2016 – 11 December 2016||8.5% (8460)||1|
|Week 51, 2016||21 – 22||17 December 2016 – 18 December 2016||8.8% (8753)||2|
|Week 52, 2016||23 – 24||24 December 2016 – 25 December 2016||9.1% (9076)||1|
|Week 1, 2017||25 – 26||31 December 2016 – 1 January 2017||8% (7986)||1|
|Week 2, 2017||27 – 28||7 January 2017 – 8 January 2017||8.4% (8414)||1|
|Week 3, 2017||29 – 30||14 January 2017 – 15 January 2017||7.4% (7410)||1|
|Week 4, 2017||31 – 32||21 January 2017 – 22 January 2017||7.3% (7297)||1|
|Week 5, 2017||33 – 34||28 January 2017 – 29 January 2017||7.4% (7416)||1|
|Week 6, 2017||35 – 36||4 February 2017 – 5 February 2017||8.1% (8126)||1|
|Week 7, 2017||37 – 38||11 February 2017 – 12 February 2017||7.4% (7377)||1|
|Week 8, 2017||39 – 40||18 February 2017 – 19 February 2017||7.9% (7940)||1|
|Week 9, 2017||41 – 42||25 February 2017 – 26 February 2017||7.8% (7829)||1|
|Week 10, 2017||43 – 44||4 March 2017 – 5 March 2017||7.1% (7113)||1|
|Week 11, 2017||45 – 46||11 March 2017 – 12 March 2017||7.7% (7732)||1|
|Week 12, 2017||47 – 48||18 March 2017 – 19 March 2017||7.69% (7690)||1|
|Week 13, 2017||49 – 50||25 March 2017 – 26 March 2017||7.9% (7987)||1|
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 + rural)|
|Week 23, 2018||1 – 2||2 June 2018 – 3 June 2018||16.5% (16545)||1|
|Week 24, 2018||3 – 4||9 June 2018 – 10 June 2018||14% (14103)||1|
|Week 25, 2018||5 – 6||16 June 2018 – 17 June 2018||14.5% (14559)||1|
|Week 26, 2018||7 – 8||23 June 2018 – 24 June 2018||14.5% (14579)||1|
|Week 27, 2018||9 – 10||30 June 2018 – 1 July 2018||14.3% (14374)||1|
|Week 28, 2018||11 – 12||7 July 2018 – 8 July 2018||13.9% (13910)||1|
|Week 29, 2018||13 – 14||14 July 2018 – 15 July 2018||15.5% (15466)||1|
|Week 30, 2018||15 – 16||21 July 2018 – 22 July 2018||15.8% (15818)||1|
|Week 31, 2018||17||28 July 2018||16.7% (16677)||1|
|Week 32, 2018||18 – 19||4 August 2018 – 5 August 2018||15.2% (15221)||1|
|Week 33, 2018||20 – 21||11 August 2018 – 12 August 2018||14.8% (14835)||1|
|Week 34, 2018||22 – 23||18 August 2018 – 19 August 2018||15.2% (15528)||1|
|Week 35, 2018||24 – 25||25 August 2018 – 26 August 2018||13.6% (13612)||1|
|Week 36, 2018||26 – 27||1 September 2018 – 2 September 2018||14.2% (14294)||1|
|Week 37, 2018||28 – 29||8 September 2018 – 9 September 2018||14.2% (14422)||1|
|Week 38, 2018||30 - 31||15 September 2018 – 16 September 2018||15.4% (15402)||1|
|Week 39, 2018||32 – 33||22 September 2018 – 23 September 2018||14.5% (14488)||1|
|Week 40, 2018||34 – 35||29 September 2018 – 30 September 2018||14.6% (14641)||1|
|Week 41, 2018||36 – 37||6 October 2018 – 7 October 2018||13.4% (13406)||1|
|Week 42, 2018||38 – 39||13 October 2018 – 14 October 2018||13.1% (13093)||1|
|Week 43, 2018||40 – 41||20 October 2018 – 21 October 2018||13.1% (13135)||2|
|Week 44, 2018||42 - 43||27 October 2018 – 28 October 2018||12.4% (12376)||3|
|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)||4|
|Week 49, 2018||52 - 53||1 December 2018 – 2 December 2018||12.6% (12573)||13|
|Week 50, 2018||54 - 55||8 December 2018 – 9 December 2018||13.2% (13190)||12|
|Week 51, 2018||56 - 57||15 December 20118 - 16 December 2018||13.1% (13051)||12|
|Week 52,2018||58 - 59||22 December 2018 – 23 December 2018||12.3% (12271)||12|
|Week 1, 2019||60 - 61 - 62||29 December 2018 – 30 December 2018 - 31 December 2018||9.1% (9111)||11|
|Week 2, 2019||63 - 64||5 January 2019 – 6 January 2019||14.3% (14277)||11|
|Week 3, 2019||65 - 66||12 January 2019 – 13 January 2019||13.6% (13633)||11|
|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)||8|
|Week 14, 2019||86 - 87||30 March 2019 – 31 March 2019||8.6% (8585)||15|
|Week 15, 2019||88 - 89||6 April 2019 – 7 April 2019||8.9% (8936)||15|
|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)||15|
|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)||4|
|Week 21, 2019||100 - 101||18 May 2019 – 19 May 2019||12.4%(12368)||4|
|Week 22, 2019||102-103||25 May 2019 – 26 May 2019||14.4%(14368)||1|
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 )|
|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)||3|
|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)||3|
|Week 4, 2020||13-14||25 January 2020 - 26 January 2020||8.0% (8015)||2|
|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)||9|
|Week 11, 2020||27-28||14 March 2020 - 15 March 2020||6.3% (6345)||7|
Awards and nominations
|2016||Gold Awards||Best Actress in Lead Role (Critics)||Adaa Khan||Season 1||Won|
|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|
|Golden Petal Awards||Power Packed Performer of the Year||Sudha Chandran||Won|
|Personality of the Year||Mouni Roy|
|Best TV Show (Fiction)||Ekta Kapoor|
|16th Indian Television Academy Awards||Best Actress in Lead Role (Popular)||Mouni Roy||Won|
|Best Serial (Popular)||Ekta Kapoor|
|2017||10th Boroplus Gold Awards||Best Actress in Negative Role (Critics)||Adaa Khan||Season 2||Won|
|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|
|Golden Petal Awards||Best Actress in a Comic Role||Sudha Chandran||Won|
|Best Actor (Female)||Mouni Roy|
|Best Editor (Fiction)||Vicky Sharma|
|BIG Zee Entertainment Awards||BIG Zee Most Entertaining TV Actor (Female)||Mouni Roy||Won|
|BIG Zee Most Entertaining TV Show (Fiction)||Ekta Kapoor|
|BIG Zee Most Entertaining TV Actor (Male)||Karanvir Bohra||Nominated|
|Zee Rishtey Awards||Zee Rishton Ki Parakh||Ekta Kapoor||Won|
|2018||Zee Rishtey Awards||Zee Rishton Ki Parakh||Ekta Kapoor||Season 3||Won|
|Indian Television Academy Awards||Best Actress (Jury)||Surbhi Jyoti||Nominated|
|Highest Rated Show on Television||Ekta Kapoor||Won|
|2019||Indian Telly Awards||Best Actress in Supporting Role||Anita Hassanandani||Won|
|Best Actor In Lead Role Male (Popular)||Pearl V Puri||Nominated|
|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|
|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 and broadcast
|India||Malayalam||നാഗ കന്യക||Surya TV|||
|Sri Lanka||Tamil||நீயா||Shakthi TV|
|Sinhalese||ප්රේම දඩයම||Sirasa TV|
|Vietnam||Vietnamese||Xà Nữ Báo Thù||Echannel (VTVCab5)|||
|Tình Người Kiếp Rắn||THVL1|||
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