Pyaar Ke Do Naam: Ek Raadha, Ek Shyaam

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Pyaar Ke Do Naam: Ek Raadha, Ek Shyaam
Intertitle of Pyaar Ke Do Naam: Ek Raadha, Ek Shyaam
Genre Romantic drama
Created by Kavita K. Barjatya
Written by Shashi Mittal
Sumit Mittal
Zama Habib
Akashaditya Lama
Directed by Kaushik Ghatak
Creative director(s) Gayatri Singh
Starring See below
Theme music composer Dipti Mishra
Manish Tripathi
Opening theme "Pyaar Ke Do Naam" by Udit Narayan
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 103
Producer(s) Kavita Barjatya
Editor(s) Santosh Singh
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 24 minutes
Production company(s) Rajshri Productions
Original network STAR Plus
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original release 3 April – 28 September 2006
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Pyaar Ke Do Naam: Ek Raadha, Ek Shyaam is an Indian television romantic drama series, which premiered on 3 April 2006. It was broadcast on Star Plus channel Monday through Thursday at 8:00 pm IST.[1] The story focuses on the concept of reincarnation and how everlasting love lasts between the lead pairs. The series is produced by Rajshri Productions, and stars Barkha Bisht and Indraneil Sengupta in the main lead.[2]


The story is told through the three lives of Shyaam and Raadha. Shyaam is the playboy of the school, and Raadha is a down-to-earth, driven girl who aspires to be a doctor. Initially, they dislike each other. Upon visiting a small village in India called Lakhanpur, where his car breaks down, Shyaam remembers his past life where he was a village boy named Kishan, and Raadha was an illiterate village girl named Shyaama. They loved each other, but owing to some problems, Shyaama committed suicide. When Kishan learned of this, he also committed suicide. In the present life, when Raadha and Shyaam reunite, their families are hostile to each other. Shyaam and Raadha get killed; but they are reborn again, as Krishna and Radhika.



The serial started with a TRP of 6.2 and gradually fell to 1.3-1.8 due to the storyline changes.


  1. ^ "First Look of Pyaar Ke Do Naam: Ek Raadha, Ek Shyaam". RediffMOVIES. 3 April 2006. 
  2. ^ "View from the Couch on April 3". The Telegraph - Subhash K. Jha. 10 March 2006. 

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