Udaan (2014 TV series)

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Udaan
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GenreDrama
Written byRobin Bhatt
Javed Siddiqi
Sameer Siddiqui
Starring
Opening theme"Ye Honslo Ki Udaan Hai"
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes1,282 as of 21 March 2019
Production
Executive producer(s)Gurudev Bhalla
Dhaval Gada[2][3]
Producer(s)Mahesh Bhatt[1]
Camera setupMulti camera
Running timeApproximately 24 minutes
Production company(s)Gurudev Bhalla Productions
DistributorViacom 18
Release
Original networkColors TV[4]
Picture format576i
1080i HDTV
Original release18 August 2014 (2014-08-18) –
present
Chronology
Related showsResham Jhapi
External links
Website

Udaan (English: Flight, Fly) (previously also known as Udann Sapnon Ki) (now also known as Udann Anjor Ki) is an Indian television drama show that premiered on 18 August 2014 on Colors TV.[5][6] It replaced the long-running series Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon.[7] The show is produced by Bollywood filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt[8] and is based on his unreleased movie of the same name.[5] From 2014 to 2016, the show starred child actor Spandan Chaturvedi who played the role of Young Chakor.[9] The show then took a generation leap and from 2016 to 2019, the show revolved around the characters Chakor, Suraj, Imli and Vivaan played by Meera Deosthale, Vijayendra Kumeria, Vidhi Pandya and Paras Arora.[10][11] As of 2019, the show has taken another leap and now focuses on Saanvi/Anjor and Sameer played by Tanya Sharma and Gaurav Sareen.[12]

Udaan highlights the issue of bonded labour in Indian villages.[13][14] It is the fourth longest-running Indian television series of Colors TV after Balika Vadhu, Sasural Simar Ka and Uttaran.[15] With over 1100 episodes, it is one of the longest-running Indian TV serials.[16]

Plot[edit]

Set in 1996 in the village of Azadganj, Udaan is the story of the bonded labourers of a wealthy landlord, Kamal Narayan Rajvanshi. The story features Chakor, who is kept as collateral. While Chakor's mother Kasturi Bhuvan is pregnant with her, her father, Hariya, dies in an accident. Bhuvan has no money so he goes to Bhaiyaji's haveli to beg for money. Bhaiyaji's wife Tejaswini suggests that instead of paying the money back, they keep the unborn child as collateral. Kasturi and Bhuvan agree. Kasturi gives birth to a daughter, Chakor, on the night of a full moon. Tejaswini allows them to take her home for seven years; stating that she must be brought back to haveli to serve.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Spandan Chaturvedi as Young Chakor (2014–16)
  • Yash Mistry as Young Aditya Rawat (2014–16)
  • Naveen Sharma as Rakesh Deshmukh/Rocky (2015–16)
  • Vineet Raina as Arjun Khanna – Chakor's coach, Bhagya's husband (2015–16)
  • Sheetal Pandya as Bhagya Kamal Narayan Rajvanshi/Bhagya Arjun Kanna – Suraj and Ragini's elder sister, Arjun's wife (2014–16)
  • Meera Deosthale as Chakor Suraj Rajvanshi – Suraj's wife, Saanvi's mother, Imli's elder sister (2016–present)
  • Vijayendra Kumeria as Suraj Kamal Narayan Rajvanshi – Chakor's husband, Saanvi's father (2016–19)
  • Samriddhi Yadav as Young Saanvi Suraj Rajvanshi – Suraj and Chakor's daughter (2018–2019)
  • Vidhi Pandya as Imli Vivaan Rajvanshi/Imli Ranvijay Singh – Chakor's younger sister, Vivaan and Ranvijay's widow, Guman's mistress (2016–2018, 2018–2019)
  • Paras Arora as Vivaan Manohar Rajvanshi – Bhagya, Suraj and Ragini's cousin and stepbrother, Imli's first husband (2016–17; 2018)
  • Tanya Sharma as Saanvi Suraj Rajvanshi – Suraj and Chakor's daughter (2019–present)
  • Gaurav Sareen as Sameer – Saanvi's love interest (2019–present)

Recurring[edit]

  • Sai Deodhar as Kasturi – Chakor and Imli's mother (2014–18)
  • Rajiv Kumar as Bhuvan Lal – Chakor and Imli's father (2014–18)
  • Unknown as Girja – Rajvanshi family's maid (2014–2019)
  • Prachee Pathak as Tejaswini Rajvanshi – Bhagya, Suraj and Ragini's mother, Kamal's 1st wife (2014–17; 2018–2019)
  • Sai Ballal as Kamal Narayan Rajvanshi – Bhagya, Suraj and Ragini's father, Tejaswini and Ranjana's husband (2014–17)
  • Ginnie Virdi as Ranjana Rajvanshi – Vivaan's mother, Suraj, Bhagya and Ragini's paternal aunt and stepmother, Manohar's widow, Kamal's sister-in-law who later turned 2nd wife (2014–17)
  • Sandeep Baswana as Collector Ishwar Rawat – Chakor's namesake maternal uncle, Aabha's husband (2014–15)
  • Prakash Ramchandani as Lakhan Singh – Chagan's father (2014–17)
  • Jhuma Biswas as Savitri – Chakor and Imli's grandmother, Bhuvan's mother (2014–16)
  • Suhasini Mulay as Shakuntala Rajvanshi – Kamal and Manohar's mother, Bhagya, Gumaan, Suraj, Vivaan, Mahendra, Vaani and Ragini's grandmother (2014–16)
  • Moni Rai as Manohar Narayan Rajvanshi – Kamal's younger brother, Ranjana's 1st husband, Vivaan's father (2014–16)
  • Dolphin Dwivedi as Aabha Rawat – Ishwar Rawat's wife, Chakor's namesake maternal aunt (2014–16)
  • Wahib Kapadia as Young Vivaan Rajvanshi (2014–16)
  • Apurv Jyotir/Darshan Gujrar as young Suraj Rajvanshi (2014–16)
  • Tasheen Shah as Young Imli (2014–16)
  • Aryan Vaid as Kabir (2014) (Deceased)
  • Jineet Rath as Om (2014–15)
  • Deep Kaur as Swarnaa Rawat (2014–16)
  • Vijay Aidasani as Samarithan Prabhakar Rawat (2014–15)
  • Vaishnavvi Shukla as Young Ragini Rajvanshi (2014–16)
  • Roma Bali as Vaibhavi Deshmukh – Rocky's mother (2015)
  • Nisha Pareek as Laali (2015)
  • Amit Dolawat as Mahesh Khanna – Arjun's brother (2015–16)
  • Alexander Dolbenko as Russian Jhula Master Peter (2015)
  • Rishina Kandhari as Vishaka (2015–16)
  • Nishikant Dixit as Principal (2015–16)
  • Shailesh Datar as Minister (2015)
  • Alpana Buch as Ammaji (2015–16)
  • Shresth Kumar as Chagan Singh – Chakor's namesake brother (2016–18)
  • Sandeep Nuval as Shikhu – Imli and Ranvijay's Servant (2016–18)
  • Varun Sharma as Aditya Rawat – Ishwar Rawat and Aabha's son, Chakor's friend and namesake brother (2016)
  • Vinny Arora as Tina Raichand – Suraj's ex-fiancée (2016)
  • Vandana Singh as Ragini Rajvanshi – Kamal's illegitimate daughter (2016–17; 2018)
  • Drisha Kalyani as Pakhi – Suraj's namesake sister (2017–18)
  • Sunidhi Chauhan as Gauri Singh – Chakor's namesake sister-in-law, Chagan's wife (2017–2018)
  • Vikas Bhalla as ACP Ranvijay Singh – Imli's 2nd husband (2017–18)
  • Chahat Tehwani as young Pakhi (2017)
  • Sehban Azim as ACP Ajay Khurana (2017)
  • Sakshi Sharma as Preeti Singh – Ranvijay's younger sister (2017)
  • Simran Khanna as Kavya Singh – Ranvijay's younger sister (2017)
  • Manish Naggdev as Akash Singh – Jyoti's husband, Vikram's younger brother, Rajeshwari's younger son (2018–19)
  • Karan Mehat as ACP Damodar Chauhan – Akash's right hand (2018–19)
  • Amika Shail as Jyoti, Tejaswini's niece, Akash's wife (2018–2019 )
  • Unknown as Amit – Tejaswini's nephew, Suraj's cousin, Jyoti and Rohit's brother (2018–)
  • Unknown as Rohit – Tejaswini's nephew, Suraj's cousin, Amit and Jyoti's brother (2018–)
  • Minal Mogam as Rajjo (2018)
  • Unknown as – Tejaswini's brother, Jyoti, Amit and Rohit's father (2018)
  • Unknown as Leela – Girja's daughter, Suraj's namesake sister (2018–)
  • Komal Sharma as Sugna – Saanvi's adoptive mother who named her as Anjor (2018)
  • Neeraj Pandey as Keshav/Kesho – Saanvi's adoptive father who named her as Anjor (2018)
  • Astha Singh as Garima Rajvanshi – Gumaan's wife (2018)
  • Unknown as Rohan Singh Rajvanshi – Gumaan and Garima's son (2018)
  • Avisha Shahu as Tuntun – Saanvi's friend (2018)
  • Kanika Kotnala as Vatsala Rajvanshi – Mahendra's wife (2018)
  • Unknown as Madhuri Singh Rajvanshi – Gumaan's younger brother's wife (2018)
  • Sabina Jat as Advocate Vaani Singh Rajvanshi – Gumaan's younger sister, Bhagya, Suraj, Vivaan and Ragini's cousin sister (2018)
  • Swati Kapoor as Naina Bedi – Colonel's daughter (2018)
  • Abhishek Verma as Mahendra Singh Rajvanshi – Gumaan's 2nd younger brother, Bhagya, Suraj, Vivaan and Ragini's cousin brother, Vatsala's husband (2018)
  • Unknown as Vatsala's father, Mahendra's father-in-law and Gumaan's rival (2018)
  • Unknown as Bhagya, Suraj, Vivaan and Ragini's aunt, Gumaan, Mahendra and Vaani's mother (2018)
  • Mahesh Thakur as Colonel Yashvant Bedi – Imli's former gun dealer, Naina's father (2018)
  • Kajal Pisal as Kanchan Bedi – Colonel's younger sister, Naina's paternal aunt (2018)
  • Kiran Janjani as RAW Officer Abhay (2018)
  • Abhilash Chaudhary as RAW Agent Vishal – Abhay's assistant (2018)
  • Ayesha Vindhara as Raksha (2018)
  • Keith Sequeira as Karan Oberoi – Chakor and Suraj's business partner (2018)
  • Mohammad Nazim as Gumaan Singh Rajvanshi – Colonel's former assistant, Bhagya, Suraj, Vivaan and Ragini's cousin brother (2018)
  • Naren Kumar as Vijendra Singh Rajvanshi – Gumaan's younger brother, Bhagya, Suraj, Vivaan and Ragini's cousin brother & Madhuri Singh Rajvanshi's husband (2018)
  • Micckie Dudaaney as Bachcha Pandey – Rajeshwari and Vikram's right hand (2018)
  • Pratima Kazmi as Rajeshwari Devi Singh (2018)
  • Mukul Harish as Vikram Singh – Rajeshwari's elder son, Akash's elder brother (2018)
  • Mahi Sharma as Manju (2018)
  • Sanjai Gandhi as Bhanu Pratap Singh (2019)
  • Jaskaran Singh as Lallan Singh (2019)
  • Anurag Sharma as Jatin – Anjor's foster father (2019–present)
  • Aarti Singh as Poonam – Anjor's foster mother (2019–present)
  • Maera Mishra as Sonya (2019—present)

Guests[edit]

Crossover episodes[edit]

Trishakti episodes[edit]

Tri means 3 and Shakti means Power, thus trishakti means Power of Three. In each Trishakti, three serials were broke down into parts and were shown one by one.

Sr No. Air Date Serials
1 February 19, 2016 Ishq Ka Rang Safed Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka
2 March 10, 2016 Ishq Ka Rang Safed Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka
3 March 17, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Balika Vadhu
4 March 29, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Udaan
5 April 8, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Udaan
6 April 21, 2016 Ishq Ka Rang Safed Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka
7 May 12, 2016 Sasural Simar Ka Udaan Swaragini
8 May 20, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Udaan
9 May 26, 2016 Thapki Pyar Ki Sasural Simar Ka Balika Vadhu
10 March 5, 2018 Laado 2 Dil Se Dil Tak Savitri Devi College & Hospital Tu Aashiqui

Broadcast[edit]

The series is dubbed into Tamil as Poovizhi Vasalile on Raj TV. It has been dubbed into Telugu as Vasantham on E TV. It is also dubbed into Sinhala as Dhoni on Hiru TV. It is also broadcast in Bengali as Resham Jhanpi on Colors Bangla. The series is translated into Armenian as Trichk (Թռիչք) and is broadcast on Armenia TV. The Vietnamese dub is Đôi Cánh Tự Do, which airs on Echannel (VTVCab5).

References[edit]

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