Nimki Mukhiya

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Nimki Mukhiya
निमकी मुखिया
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Genre Indian soap opera
Created by Zama Habib
Written by Zama Habib
Directed by Rakesh Kumar
Starring see below.
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of episodes 298
Production
Producer(s) Zama Habib
Production location(s) Madhubani, Bihar
Editor(s) Masih Habib
Camera setup Multi Camera
Running time 20-22 minutes
Production company(s) Qissago Telefilms LLP
Distributor Star India
Release
Original network STAR Bharat
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080p (HDTV)
Original release 28 August 2017 (2017-08-28) – present
External links
Website

Nimki Mukhiya is an Indian Television serial that airs on Star Bharat. Bhumika Gurung , Abhishek Sharma, Indraneil Sengupta, Shriya Jha and Priyanshu Singh play main protagonists in the serial.[1] The show's main theme is women empowerment and shows how a girl becomes the Mukhiya of her village.[2]

Story[edit]

The story, set in the backdrop of a small village in Madhubani, Bihar, deals with the life of a carefree, materialistic, narcissist girl named Nimki who accidentally becomes the Mukhiya (chief) of the village. Nimki is mad about cinema, she is a dreamer and unaware of the darkness of the world. Nimki loves Babbu and she believes that Babbu loves her too.

After becoming chief of the village, Nimki is married to Babbu Singh, son of Tetar Singh, former chief of the village. Tetar's intention to make Nimki his daughter-in-law is to fulfill his political ambitions but no one in Babbu's family accepts Nimki.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Bhumika Gurung as Nimki Singh aka Namkeen Kumari, Babbu Singh's wife, Abhimanyu's love interest and Tunney's love interest
  • Abhishek Sharma as Babbu Singh, Nimki's husband (Antagonist)
  • Indraneil Sengupta as Abhimanyu Rai aka BDO Babu, Nimki's friend (Protagonist)
  • Shriya Jha as Sweety, Babbu's sister
  • Priyanshu Singh as Tunney, Nimki's friend
  • Neelima Singh as Anaro, Babbu's mother

Recurring[edit]

  • Vijay Kumar as Tetar Singh, Babbu's father
  • Rishi Khurana as Rituraj, Babbu's brother-in-law
  • Karaan Singh as Dubloo Singh, Babbu's elder brother
  • Jatin Suri as Diamond Singh, Babbu's younger brother
  • Shiwani Chakraborty as Rekha, Dubloo's wife
  • Ankit Sagar as Rambachan, Nimki's father
  • Saniya Noorain as Mahua, Nimki's sister
  • Arafat Shaikh as Monu, Nimki's brother
  • S Ashraf Karim as Nahar Singh, political leader
  • Reena Rani as Dumri Wali Chachi

Former Cast[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]