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Sasural Simar Ka
Created byRashmi Sharma
Written by
  • Akashdeep
  • Pooja Shrivastav
  • Mahesh Pandey
  • Ved Raj
  • Sudhir Kumar
  • Sammohana Alva
  • Virendra Shahane
  • Shruti Tiwari
  • Saba Mumtaz
Directed byPawan Kumar Marut
Pawan Sahu
Deelip Kumar
Creative directorDolly Mazumdar
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes2685 [both seasons combined]
  • Rashmi Sharma
  • Pawan Kumar Marut
Camera setupMulti-Camera
Running timeapprox. 21 minutes
Production companyRashmi Sharma Telefilms
Original release
NetworkColors TV
Release4 April 2011 (2011-04-04) –
March 9, 2018 (2018-03-09)
Sasural Simar Ka 2

Sasural Simar Ka (Simar's in-laws) was an Indian Hindi-language television soap opera produced by Rashmi Sharma Telefilms that aired from 25 April 2011 to 2 March 2018 on Colors TV.[1] It starred Dipika Kakar, Avika Gor, Dheeraj Dhoopar, Shoaib Ibrahim, Manish Raisinghan, Vaishali Takkar, Varun Sharma and Rohan Mehra.[2] It is the second longest-running Indian television series on Colors TV after Balika Vadhu, which also featured Avika Gor.[3]


Simar and Roli are two sisters in Vrindavan. Simar aspires to be a dancer. Her marriage is fixed with a wealthy businessman, Prem Bharadwaj. On wedding day, Simar participates in a dance competition and Roli is forced to marry Prem. This creates problems as Simar and Prem start loving each other. Prem's brother, Siddhant marries Roli. After a lot of twist and turns, the bhardwaj family finally accept Simar and Roli as their daughter-in-laws.

Khushi, who wants revenge for her sister's death, marries Prem's cousin, Sankalp. Simar has a miscarriage, which makes her to never conceive and become a mother. Khushi becomes surrogacy mother of Prem and Simar's child and blackmails Simar to sign the property papers. She gives birth to their daughter, Anjali and grabs Bharadwajs' property with her lover, Veeru. Roli tricks Veeru and manages to get back property papers. Enraged, Veeru shoots Roli who presumed dead. Eventually, Simar finds Roli alive, held captive by Veeru and brings her home. Siddhant and Roli are happily remarried.

Simar and Roli find their long-lost sister-in-law, Jhanvi. Jhanvi kills her husband, Shaurya and is later married to Dr. Anurag. Roli is kidnapped by a politician Jwala Devi. She escapes and unintentionally runs over a woman named Sunaina to die. Sunaina's husband, Vikrant Mehta, asks Simar to live with them as Sunaina, faking her death. Simar too agrees to save Roli.

2 years later[edit]

Simar, now Sunaina, raises Vikrant's daughter, Sanjana while Roli takes care of Anjali. Simar returns to Bharadwajs after meeting her sister coincidentally at the Summer Camp and meets Sunaina's spirit, who wants revenge from Mehtas', who were behind her death. Prem, Roli and Siddhant also join with Simar. Eventually, Sunaina and Surabhi are banished. Vikrant who tries to murder Prem for his love for Simar eventually is jailed after her kidnap. Sanjana gets adopted by Simar and Prem.

Later, the story revolves around Simar, Roli, Prem and Siddhant and how they protect Bharadwaj house from some supernatural creatures who want to destroy Bhardwaj Family. These supernatural creatures include shapeshifting female serpent Maya, Dayans Mohini and Indravati, Patali Devi-Gayatri, ghosts Maalti, Madhavi and Chhoti Dulhan, Shaitan (Kaal), Moon Jewel Princess Chandramani and another two Dayans Mahamaya and Kamya. While defeating Patali Devi and Shaitan, Simar's life falls in danger. Roli sacrifises her life to save Simar. After Roli's sad demise, a depressed Siddhant is remarried to her childhood friend Prerna despite Chandramni's evil plans and moves abroad with her. Due to Chandramani's notorious plan to get rid of Simar so that her lost powers are gained back from Siddhant , she makes Simar to search the Chandrakant at a jungle where Simar faces a curse from a Saint Baba to live her life in reincarnation of a housefly. Simultaneously, Prerna and Mataji bring about the truth of Fake Simar residing in the house and saves Simar on time back as a human leading to the end of Chandrakatha. After the gem Chandramani being buried at a misunderstood time by Simar, Mahamaya steals it so that the chudails' deity Kaal gains his powers back and return to the world. Mahamaya and Kamya (who resides inside the Bharadwaj house as Prem's childhood mate to assist her mother) casts a spell on Simar and impregnates her with a child possessing evil powers. Simar becomes aware of this mysterious plan and soon witnesses Kamya's real vintage. The family learns of this, too. Simar and Prem have a son, Piyush. Being in doubt of the baby's spookiness, the family asks Simar to donate away the child. Simar refuses and leaves her in-laws with Piyush.

15 years later[edit]

Simar and Piyush return to Bharadwaj house and reunite with their family. Anjali, brought up by Khushi, has grown up to be a spoilt fashionista and blames Simar for abandoning her. Simar and Prem together help their children in their lives. Anjali marries Vikram Agarwal and Piyush marries his best friend, Roshni Kapoor. Anjali eventually accepts Simar. Vikram marries Tanvi, divorcing Anjali. Sanjana returns and is about to marry her college friend, Sameer. Anjali discovers that Sameer conspires against Bharadwajs' and marries him to spare herself from the same fate. She falls into a coma, after being shot by Simar.

Sameer's mother, Bhairavi is revealed to have shot Anjali. She turns into a daayan, absording supernatural powers and kills Simar. Mother Goddess Durga, deeply worshipped by the Bharadwaj family, enters their household in the form of Simar, to destroy Bhairavi and bring Simar back to life. Sameer repents for his mistakes and the Bharadwajs forgive him.

Anjali recovers and sets Bharadwaj Mansion on fire, and she is arrested. Simar and others disown her. Roshni is shot to death by Aliya, who wants revenge for her father's death. Piyush turns mad due to Roshni's demise and goes missing.

6 months later[edit]

Simar brings Piyush back with Avni and her mother, Hema, who took care of him. Bhairavi has returned from jail and Sanjana miscarries. Piyush regains his memory. In the end, Simar kills Bhairavi and Piyush marries Avni. The Bharadwajs worship the Mother Goddess and celebrate togetherness. Pari apologises to Simar for her past mistakes. Simar misses Roli and Nirmala says that the Bharadwaj family is not only a family but a thought. With this, the show ends.



  • Dipika Kakar / Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar as Simar Bharadwaj (née Dwivedi): Meena and Jamnalal's elder daughter; Roli and Gautam's sister; Prem's wife; Anjali and Piyush's mother; Sanjana's adoptive mother. (2011–2017) / (2017–2018)
  • Shoaib Ibrahim / Dheeraj Dhoopar / Mazher Sayed as Prem Bharadwaj: Sujata and Rajendra's youngest son; Satyendra, Shailendra, Siddhant and Jhanvi's brother; Sankalp and Cherry's cousin; Simar's husband; Anjali and Piyush's father; Sanjana's adoptive father. (2011–2013) / (2013–2017) / (2017–2018)
  • Avika Gor as
    • Roli Bharadwaj (née Dwivedi): Meena and Jamnalal's younger daughter; Simar and Gautam's sister; Siddhant's first wife. (2011–2016) (Dead)
    • Jhumki: Roli's lookalike; A street dancer (2013)
  • Manish Raisinghan as Siddhant Bharadwaj: Sujata and Rajendra's third son; Satyendra, Shailendra, Prem and Jhanvi's brother; Sankalp and Cherry's cousin; Roli's widower; Prerna's husband. (2011–2016)
  • Vaishali Takkar as Anjali "Anju" Bharadwaj (formerly Agarwal and Kapoor): Simar and Prem's daughter; Khushi's surrogate daughter; Piyush's sister; Sanjana's adopted sister; Aarav, Nirvaan and Pratham's cousin; Vikram and Sameer's ex-wife (2016–2017)
    • Sneha Chauhan as Teenage Anjali (2016)
    • Ritvi Jain as Child Anjali (2014–2016)
  • Varun Sharma as Piyush Bharadwaj: Simar and Prem's son; Anjali's brother; Sanjana's adopted brother; Aarav, Nirvaan and Pratham's cousin; Roshni's widower; Avni's husband (2016–2018)
    • Heer Morabia as Child Piyush (2016)
  • Nikki Sharma as Roshni Bharadwaj (née Kapoor): Rita and Sumit's daughter; Rohan's sister; Piyush's first wife (2016–2018) (Dead)
    • Bhakti Vasani as Child Roshni (2016)
  • Krissann Barretto as Sanjana "Sanju" Kapoor (née Bharadwaj): Sunaina and Vikrant's daughter; Simar and Prem's adopted daughter; Anjali and Piyush's adopted sister; Aarav, Nirvaan and Pratham's adopted cousin; Sameer's wife (2017–2018)
    • Tvisha Jain as Child Sanjana (2014–2016)
  • Rohan Mehra as Sameer Kapoor: Bhairavi and Dhanraj's son; Anjali's ex-husband; Sanjana's husband (2017–2018)


  • Jayati Bhatia as Nirmala Devi "Mataji" Bharadwaj (née Singh): Manoranjan's sister; Rajveer's paternal aunt; Rajendra and Suryendra's mother; Satyendra, Shailendra, Siddhant, Prem, Sankalp, Jhanvi and Cherry's grandmother; Anjali, Aarav, Nirvaan, Pratham and Piyush's great-grandmother; Sanjana's adoptive great-grandmother (2011–2018)
  • Mansi Srivastava as Prerna Bharadwaj: Simar and Roli's friend; Siddhant's second wife (2016)
  • Monica Sharma as Avni Bharadwaj: Hema's daughter; Piyush's second wife (2018)
  • Siddharth Shivpuri as Vikram Agarwal: Sanjeev's son; Anjali's ex-husband; Tanvi's husband (2016–2017)
  • Jyotsna Chandola as Khushi Bharadwaj: Anisha's sister; Sankalp's wife; Anjali's surrogate mother; Pratham's mother (2012–2017)
  • Shweta Sinha as Pari Bhardwaj: Archala's daughter; Surbhi's sister; Shailendra's wife; Aarav's mother (2011–2018)
  • Ashu Sharma as Satyendra "Sattu" Bhardwaj: Sujata and Rajendra's eldest son; Shailendra, Siddhant, Prem and Jhanvi's brother; Uma's husband (2011–2017)
  • Snehal Sahay as Uma Bharadwaj: Satyendra's wife (2011–2017)
  • Adarsh Gautam as Rajendra Bhardwaj: Nirmala's elder son; Suryendra's brother; Sujata's widower; Satyendra, Shailendra, Siddhant, Prem and Jhanvi's father; Anjali, Aarav, Nirvaan and Piyush's grandfather; Sanjana's adoptive grandfather (2011–2017)
  • Nishigandha Wad as Sujata Bhardwaj: Rajendra's wife; Satyendra, Shailendra, Siddhant, Prem and Jhanvi's mother; Anjali, Aarav, Nirvaan and Piyush's grandmother; Sanjana's adoptive grandmother (2011–2016) (Dead)
  • Ashiesh Roy as Suryendra Bhardwaj: Nirmala's younger son; Rajendra's brother; Sankalp and Cherry's father; Pratham's grandfather (2011–2013)
  • Jhanvi Vohra as Karuna Bhardwaj: Suryendra's wife; Sankalp and Cherry's mother; Pratham's grandmother (2011–2016)
  • Sahil Anand / Ssumier Pasricha / Vishal Nayak as Shailendra "Shailu" Bhardwaj: Sujata and Rajendra's second son; Satyendra, Siddhant, Prem and Jhanvi's brother; Pari's husband; Aarav's father (2011) / (2011–2015) / (2015–2017)
  • Falaq Naaz as Jhanvi Malhotra (née Bharadwaj, formerly Singhania and Arora): Sujata and Rajendra's daughter; Satyendra, Shailendra, Siddhant and Prem's sister; Sankalp and Cherry's cousin; Shaurya and Anurag's ex-wife; Amar's wife; Nirvaan's mother (2013–2017)
  • Alan Kapoor as Amar Malhotra: Siddhant and Prem's friend; Jhanvi's third husband; Nirvaan's step-father (2015–2017)
  • Vandana Vithlani as Bhairavi Kapoor: Dhanraj's widow and murderer; Sameer's mother (2017–2018)
  • Kanchi Singh as Cherry Bhardwaj: Suryendra and Karuna's daughter; Sankalp's sister; Satyendra, Shailendra, Siddhant, Prem and Jhanvi's cousin (2011–2012)
  • Abhishek Sharma / Aryamann Seth as Sankalp Bhardwaj: Suryendra and Karuna's son; Cherry's brother; Satyendra, Shailendra, Siddhant, Prem and Jhanvi's cousin; Khushi's husband; Pratham's father (2011–2017)
  • Runav Shah as Baby Pratham Bharadwaj: Khushi and Sankalp's son; Anjali, Aarav, Nirvaan and Piyush's cousin; Sanjana's adopted cousin (2015)
  • Unknown as Khushi Bharadwaj (née Kapadia): Sankalp's wife; Pratham's mother; Anisha's sister
  • Priyamvada Kant as Anisha Kapadia: Khushi's sister (2012) (Dead)
  • Nimisha Vakharia as Manoranjan Singh: Nirmala's sister; Rajveer's father; Rajendra and Suryendra's maternal uncle; Satyendra, Shailendra, Siddhant, Prem, Sankalp, Jhanvi and Cherry's granduncle; Anjali, Aarav, Nirvaan, Pratham and Piyush's great-granduncle; Sanjana's adoptive great-granduncle (2011–2015)
  • Rohit Khurana as Shaurya Singhania: Meghna's brother; Jhanvi's ex-husband (2013) (Dead)
  • Shikha Singh as Meghna Singhania: Shaurya's sister (2013–2014)
  • Aniruddh Singh as Dr. Anurag Arora: Shanti's son; Jhanvi's ex-husband; Nirvaan's father (2014–2015)
  • Karuna Verma as Shanti Arora: Anurag's mother (2013–2014)
  • Shivangi Sharma as Bhakti Jaiswal: Anurag's friend (2014)
  • Kanika Shivpuri as Pratima Arora: Anurag's aunt (2014)
  • Pankaj Dheer as Jamnalal Dwivedi: Rajjo's brother; Meena's husband; Simar, Roli and Gautam's father; Anjali and Piyush's grandfather (2011–2012)
  • Jaya Ojha as Meena Dwivedi: Jamnalal's wife; Simar, Roli and Gautam's mother; Anjali and Piyush's grandmother (2011–2013; 2014; 2016)
  • Himani Shivpuri as Rajjo Dwivedi: Jamnalal's sister (2011–2012)
  • Rakshit Wahi as Gautam Dwivedi: Meena and Jamnalal's son; Simar and Roli's brother (2011–2014)
  • Abhinandan Jindal as Rohan Kapoor: Rita and Sumit's son; Roshni's brother (2016)
    • Bhavesh Babani as Child Rohan (2016)
  • Khushwant Walia as Aarav Bhardwaj: Pari and Shailendra's son; Anjali, Nirvaan, Pratham and Piyush's cousin; Sanjana's adopted cousin; Ananya's husband (2017)
  • Kenisha Bharadwaj as Ananya Bhardwaj: Ridhima's sister; Aarav's wife (2017)
  • Ishani Sharma as Aliya Chaudhary: Roshni's murderer (2017–2018)
  • Vishal Bharadwaj as Arjun Trivedi: Anjali's boyfriend (2017)
  • Rushad Rana as Sumit Kapoor: Rita's husband; Rohan and Roshni's father (2016–2017)
  • Jasveer Kaur as Rita Kapoor: Sumit's wife; Rohan and Roshni's mother (2016–2017)
  • Vikas Sethi as Sanjeev Agarwal: Ravikant's brother; Vikram's father (2016–2017)
  • Sanjeev Jogityani as Ravikant Agarwal: Sanjeev's brother; Saroj's husband (2016–2017)
  • Shweta Gautam as Saroj Agarwal: Ravikant's wife (2016–2017)
  • Sneha Shah as Tanvi Agarwal: Vikram's wife (2017)
  • Preetika Chauhan as Riddhima Malhotra: Ananya's sister (2017)
  • Kajol Srivastav as Vaidehi Saxena: Piyush's ex-fiancée (2016–2017)
  • Sujata Vaishnav as Hema Sabharwal: Avni's mother (2018)
  • Shabaaz Abdullah Badi as Rahul Arora: Avni's friend (2018)
  • Vishal Aditya Singh as Veer "Veeru" Sandhu: Khushi's partner (2012–2013)
  • Bobby Darling as Bobby (2013)
  • Swati Chitnis as Shobha (2013)
  • Sana Amin Sheikh as Naina Kapoor: Siddhant's ex-fiancée (2012–2013)
  • Shalini Sahuta as Sonia Oberoi
  • Aruna Singhal/Roma Bali as Archala Sachdeva: Pari and Surbhi's mother (2014)
  • Nehalaxmi Iyer as Surbhi Bharadwaj: Pari's sister; Prem's former wife (2014)
  • Amita Khopkar as Jwala Devi (2014)
  • Anshul Trivedi as Shrikant: Jwala's son (2014)
  • Sara Khan as Maya: Shapeshifting serpent "Naagin"; Roli's impostor (2014–2015)
  • Meera Deosthale as Priya Malik: Vikrant's employee (2014)
  • Hirdeyjeet Jarnail Singh as Advocate Anup Roy (2014)
  • Arun Bakshi as Balwant Gandhi
  • Dolly Chawla as Sejal Gandhi
  • Aadesh Chaudhary as Vikrant Mehta: Savita's elder son; Kartik's brother; Sunaina's widower; Sanjana's father; Simar's obsessed lover (2014)
  • Neetha Shetty as Sunaina "Aditi" Mehta: Vikrant's wife; Sanjana's mother (2014) (Dead)
  • Minal Karpe as Savita Mehta: Vikrant and Kartik's mother; Sanjana's grandmother (2014)
  • Pratik Shukla as Kartik Mehta: Savita's younger son; Vikrant's brother; Kavya's husband (2014)
  • Sadhana Sharma as Kavya Mehta: Karthik's wife (2014)
  • Priyanka Bhole as Leela
  • Khyati Keswani as Guru Maa (2015)
  • Siddharth Vasudev as Rajveer Singh: Manoranjan's son (2015)
  • Sayantani Ghosh as Rajkumari Rajeshwari Parmar (2015)
  • Kunika as Thakurain
  • Pratyusha Banerjee as Mohini: Witch; Sunanda's daughter; Indravati's disciple (2015) (Dead)
  • Anjali Gupta as Sunanda: Witch; Mohini's mother (2015) (Dead)
  • Reshmi Ghosh as Indravati Singh: Witch; Simar's sister from her previous birth Padmavati; Gajendra's lover (2015)
  • Hemant Choudhary as Indravati and Padmavati’s Father: Renowned Musician, was later killed by Indravati (2015)
  • Meghna Naidu as Patali Devi Gayatri (2015–2016)
  • Deblina Chatterjee as Devika Bharadwaj: Simar's helper; Prem's third wife (2015–2016)
  • Alihassan Turabi as Shaitan (2016)
  • Arti Singh as Madhavi (2016)
  • Shagufta Ali as Suganda (2016)
  • Kashvi Kothari as Choti Dulhan/Ruhi (2016)
  • Vindhya Tiwari as Chandramani (2016)
  • Vaishnavi Dhanraj as Kamya Raichand (2016)
  • Kamalika Guha Thakurta as Mahamaya (2016)

Special appearances[edit]


A sequel of the show, named Sasural Simar Ka 2, also known as SSK2 is being telecast on the same channel Colours tv since 26 April 2021, ten years after the first season started airing.



It first starred Dipika Kakar, Shoaib Ibrahim, Avika Gor and Manish Raisinghan as Simar, Prem, Roli and Siddhant respectively Jayati Bhatia played the role of Mataji in the Show. Shoaib Ibrahim left the show in 2013 as makers weren't giving his character much screen space disappointment with the creative independence of the character.[4] He was replaced by Dheeraj Dhoopar who played the role of Prem after Shoaib's exit from the show. In April 2016, Avika Gor left the show as she wanted a break after working non-stop for 5 years.[5] Thus, her character Roli was shown to have died in the show. Mansi Srivastava entered in the Show as Prerna as Simar childhood friend. In July 2016, Mansi Srivastava and Manish Raisinghan also left the show. So, their respective characters of Prerna and Siddhant were shown to have shifted abroad. In August 2016, Vaishali Takkar and Varun Sharma entered the show as Anjali and Piyush, respectively. In February 2017, Dipika Kakar and Dheeraj Dhoopar left the Show, so their respective characters of Simar and Prem have shown to went for business trip.[6][7] In March 2017, Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar Entered in the Show in the role of Simar . In May 2017, Krissann Barretto entered the show as Sanjana. At the end of May 2017 Mazher Sayed entered in the Show in the role of Prem. In July 2017, Vaishali Takkar left the show. So her character of Anjali was shown to have arrested in the show. In January 2018, Nikki Sharma also left the show. So her character of Roshni was shown to have died in the show. In the same month, Monica Sharma entered the show in the role of Avni.[citation needed]


The series began and ran as a normal television drama until in 2014 when it included supernatural spirits, serpents and witches and fantasy genres with tracks inspired from Game of Thrones and Eega.[8][9][10]

Cancellation and sequel[edit]

The series was confirmed going off air on 2 March 2018 owing its declining ratings and the climax was decided but days before the shooting was about to complete, it received an extension on last minute discussions between the channel and production house and the script was reworked.[11] In February 2021, the series was confirmed returning with a new season titled, Sasural Simar Ka 2, featuring Dipika Kakar and Jayati Bhatia from the former season and Radhika Muthukumar, Tanya Sharma, Avinash Mukherjee and Karan Sharma as the new leads of the show.[12]


Based on Delhi as backdrop, Sasural Simar Ka was mainly filmed at the sets in Cine Classic Studios at Mira Road. Some episodes are shot in Hong Kong for their 1000th episodes celebration.

Crossover episodes[edit]

Episodes Air Date Serial Plot
5 14–18 May 2012 Kairi – Rishta Khatta Meetha Imarti Devi comes to attend Sankalp's wedding with Khushi along with her family.
1 2 March 2015 Shastri Sisters — Chaar Dil Ek Dhadkan Anushka and Devyani help Simar to get the keys of red door from Roli where she had kept Shruti.
2 27 & 28 July 2015 Swaragini — Jodein Rishton Ke Sur Ragini calls Mohini to do black magic on Swara to break her marriage with Laksh. She takes Prem with her. Prem is saved by Swara and she herself, is saved by Sanskar.
2 30 November & 1 December 2015 Simar goes to Kolkata to tells Swara as Ragini had married to Laksh. Devika who is possessed by Patali Devi tries to kill Simar, Swara and Sanskar but fails.
1 4 March 2016 Balika Vadhu — Kakchi Umar Ke Pakke Rishte Simar goes to a famous temple of Lord Shiva on Shivratri. She meets Anandi there.
1 15 April 2016 Swaragini — Jodein Rishton Ke Sur Swara comes to celebrate Baisakhi with Simar. Everyone suddenly goes missing. Swara buries Chandarmaani in sand famous for melting bad powers.
1 2 October 2016 Anjali asks Simar and Prem to go Kolkata. They go to Swara's house. Swara tries to take the videotape from Khushi and Anjali but fails. Simar succeeds in taking keys from Parvati and gives it to Swara.
1 21 April 2017 Ek Shringaar – Swabhimaan Piyush who is possessed by Kaal goes missing and Roshni tries to find her but fails but succeeds when Naina helps her. Simar motivates her when she tells her that she is going to compete against her sister.
1 28 April 2017 Shakti – Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki Piyush who is possessed by Kaal takes Aditya with him. Harman follows him but he is proved innocent. Aditya is found but taken by Mr. Chadda. Simar gives them money but they refuse as they had arranged it earlier.


The series became one of the most watched Hindi GECs during its run time.[13] In week 52 of 2015 it was at fifth position garnering 12.33 million impressions.[14] In week 2 of 2016, it was at third position with 13.46 million impressions.[15]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Awards Category Recipient(s) Result
2012 11th Indian Telly Awards Best Drama Series Sasural Simar Ka
Star Guild Awards Best Actor in a Drama Series Shoaib Ibrahim
Best Writer Ved Raj
2013 Best Actor in a Drama Series Shoaib Ibrahim
Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Avika Gor
Best Actress in a Negative Role Jyostna Chandola
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Jayati Bhatia
Best Drama Series Rashmi Sharma Won
2014 Indian Telly Awards Best Drama Series Rashmi Sharma
2015 Indian Television Academy Awards Rishte-Naate Awards Dheeraj Dhoopar, Avika Gor & Manish Raisinghan
Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Dipika Kakar Nominated
Best Daily Serial Rashmi Sharma
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Television Actor – Female Avika Gor
Gold Awards Best Jodi Dipika Kakar & Dheeraj Dhoopar
Best Fiction Show Rashmi Sharma
Best Actress Dipika Kakar Won
Best Actress in Supporting Role Jayati Bhatia


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