Uttaran

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Uttaran
Uttaran.jpg
Genre Drama
Romance
Action
Soap opera
Written by Ajay
Aseem Arora
Kumar Abhishek
Story by Mitali
Kalash
Shipra Arora
Directed by Kunwar Yuwaraj Singh
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 1,549[1]
Production
Producer(s) Kalyan Guha
Rupali Guha
Cinematography Santosh Suryavanshi
Raj Panth
Production company(s) Film Farm India
Release
Original network Colors TV
Original release 1 December 2008 (2008-12-01) – 16 January 2015 (2015-01-16)[2]
External links
Website

Uttaran (English: Discarded, Worn Out, Throw Away / Hindi: उतरन) is an Indian soap opera that aired on Colors TV on weeknights.[3][4][5]

The show starred Tina Dutta in the lead role of Ichha.[6][7] It is one of the longest television series by episode count and ran originally from 2008 to 2015.[2] This series was dubbed into Tamil as Sindhu Bhairavi on Raj TV.

Plot[edit]

Uttaran follows two friends of different economic backgrounds: Ichcha (Tina Dutta) a sweet maidservant's daughter and Tapasya (Rashmi Desai) child of a wealthy landlord . Ichha is kind, caring and helpful and Tapasya is spoilt, selfish and jealous.

The story set in Mumbai starts when Ichha and Tapasya become best friends by hanging out all the time, then Tapasya's haughty maternal grandmother Nani (Pratima Kazmi) arrives and manipulates Tapasya to stop being friends with Ichha because she's daughter of their maidservant Damini (Vaishali Thakkar). Tapasya starts becoming jealous and horrible to Ichha when her parents start to love Ichha as their own daughter. Tapasya's parents starts loving Ichcha after it is revealed that Jogi Thakur is unintentionally responsible for Ichcha's father's death. Tapasya intentionally abandons her in a forest on a school trip and her parents decide to put her in boarding school as a punishment, however she apologises to Ichha and they become best friends again.

After 12 years both girls grow up and a rich man named Veer (Nandish Sandhu) comes to visit the mansion, and then he falls in love with Ichha, but then Tapasya starts flirting with him but he rejects her. Veer and Ichha plan to get married but then Tapasya turns psychotic in her jealous infused rage and cuts herself up and threatens suicide to Ichha and her mother Damini if she doesn't have Veer for herself. Ichha then lets Tapasya pretend to be her on the wedding covered under a veil. When everyone finds out Tapasya's father gets into hospital, she gets thrown out of Veer's house. Ichha marries Vansh (Rohit Khurana): Veer's elder brother, who suffers from drug addiction, to save him. When Vansh finds out about Tapasya's true colours, he kills himself in front of her in an emotional rage. She flees but not before getting pregnant from an affair with businessman Raghuvendra Pratap Rathore (Gaurav Chopra). Her daughter Mukta is born whom she abandons in desperation. The kid is raised by Veer and Ichha and then by her maternal grandparents. Ichha and Veer finally get married and their children Yuvraj and Meethi are born. Ichha saves Veer from a cruel man named Avinash who wants to take revenge on the latter and Ichha for winning the custodian rights over Avinash's adopted son Kanha and also his father's property by murdering him and is sent to prison.

After 18 years Meethi (Tina Dutta) Ichha's daughter who looks just like her mother and Mukta (Sreejita De), Tapasya's daughter become best friends just like their mothers. However, they are also involved in a love triangle and Mukta ends up marrying Meethi's brother Yuvraj. Ichha reunites with her family but is hated by Yuvraj who had grown up to be spoilt and selfish and blames his mother for abandoning him (manipulated by his fraternal grandmother Gunvanti who didn't like Ichha). Eventually, he is jailed after an attempt of molesting his wife. Mukta marries Vishnu (Ajay Chaudhary) a blue-collar labourer for love and they try to cope up with their economic problems. Meanwhile Meethi marries rich Akash (Mrunal Jain) but has to cope up with his hostile family. Tapasya also returns, reunites with Ichha and also with Mukta's father Rathore. Soon after Meethi's marriage, Ichha sacrifices her life to save Tapasya, who actually ended up in a life-threatening situation after saving Ichha. Later, it is revealed that Akash's maternal uncle is the one who killed Avinash, not Ichha. After many twists and turns Meethi finally gets accepted by her in-laws but her dreams are destroyed after having a miscarriage caused by Yuvraj which leaves her infertile. She's banished by her mother-in-law and leaves for Srinagar. Meethi is caught up in a terrorist attack, falls into a river and gets flown across the border to Gilgit. There she is rescued by Aashfaq (Sahel Phull), a simple man who falls in love with her but it is later revealed that his elder brother Asgar (Krip Suri ) was responsible for the attack. Aashfaq helps Meethi escape back to India and bids her a tearful farewell. Finally Akash and Meethi are united. Meethi adopts Akash's illegitimate daughter from his first girlfriend and another girl, who had left an orphan and Nani & Damini reflect the everlasting friendship of Ichha and Tapasya and their daughters.

Cast[edit]

International broadcast[edit]

  • In Azerbaijan (Azerbaijani Language) it began airing on Dalga TV as "Keçmiş Sevgi" (Past Love).
  • In Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina (subtitled in Serbian language) it began airing on TV Prva under the title Odbačena in 2012 and ended in 2015.[10]
  • In Pakistan (Hindi language) it began airing on Hum TV with same title in 2010.
  • In Kazakhstan (Kazakh Language) it began airing on Astana TV under the title Қыз ғұмыры in 2013 and ended in 2016.[11]
  • In South India Tamil Nadu (Tamil Language) it began airing on Raj TV under the title Sindhu Bhairavi
  • In Armenia (Armenian Language) it began airing on Shant TV under the title Merjvace (Մերժվածը) in 2016.[12]
  • In Indonesia (Indonesian Language) it began airing on ANTV on September 21, 2015. The series ended on September 18, 2016.
  • In South India (Malayalam Language) it began airing on Surya TV under the title Valsalyam
  • In Sri Lanka, Tamil Language with Sinhala subtitles. In 2014, it began airing on Nethra TV under the title Sindhu Bhairavi (සින්දු භෛරවී).
  • In Lithuania (Lithuanian Language) It airs on LNK under the title "Dvi širdys" (English: Two Hearts) in 2017.
  • In Romania (Hindi language, Romanian subtitles) it began airing on National TV under the title "Dragoste și Ură", meaning in English "Love and Hate". It started on 11 september 2015 and is currently on air.
  • In South Africa, it began airing on Glow TV (DSTV 167, OVHD 108 and StarSat 570) under the title "True Love". It began in September 2017.
  • In Turkey (Turkish Language) it began airing Kanal7(1080p60HD TURKSAT)Movie named "Kördüğüm". It is currently on air.
  • In Macedonia, it aired on Alsat-M with Albanian subtitles from 2012 till 12 March 2018, where it aired the final episode in a 1-hour special episode.
  • In Japan (Japanese Language) it began airing on LaLa TV under the title "着陸". It will begin in 2019 (upcoming).
  • In South Korea (Korean Language) it began airing on BtvN under the title "착륙". It will begin in 2019 (upcoming).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Uttaran episodes". Uttaran. 14 November 2014. Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "Tina Dutta breaks down on last day of 'Uttaran'". Times of India. 9 January 2015. Retrieved 28 February 2018. 
  3. ^ "Uttaran to end on January 16". Times of India. 1 January 2015. Retrieved 30 January 2018. 
  4. ^ a b "Uttaran actor Sahel Phull to star opposite actress Nia Sharma". ABP News. 20 February 2018. Retrieved 28 February 2018. 
  5. ^ a b c d e "Tina Dutta hosts a 'Uttaran' reunion at her place". Times of India. 29 June 2016. Retrieved 28 February 2018. 
  6. ^ a b "Tina Datta Goes Bold For A Calendar Shoot, Poses With A Nude Model". India.com]. 14 December 2017. Retrieved 9 March 2018. 
  7. ^ "Pratigya and Uttaran in a TRP tussle". Times of India. 21 September 2011. Retrieved 28 February 2018. 
  8. ^ "Vansh to enter Uttaran again?". Times of India. 9 November 2011. Retrieved 28 February 2018. 
  9. ^ "Uttaran and Bandini actor Mrunal Jain gives marriage tips to fans". Hindustan Times. 19 April 2016. Retrieved 28 February 2018. 
  10. ^ "Odbačena krenula na Prvoj TV". Prva.rs. Retrieved January 7, 2017. 
  11. ^ "Odbačena krenula na Astana TV". Astana.kz. Retrieved January 7, 2016. 
  12. ^ "Նոյեմբերի առաջին տասնօրյակում Հայաստանում ամենաբարձր դիտելիությունն ունեցել է "Շանթ" հեռուստաընկերությունը". National.am. November 14, 2016. Retrieved November 27, 2016. 

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