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Yeh Hai Mohabbatein
Ye Hai Mohabbatein Titlecard.png
Created byEkta Kapoor
Based onCustody
by Manju Kapur
Written by
  • Sonali Jaffar
  • Ritu Bhatia
  • Ritu Goel
Directed byRanjan Kumar Singh
Creative director(s)Sandiip Sikcand
Starring
Opening themePal Pal Bade Yeh Hai Mohabbatein
Composer(s)Pamela Jain
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes1,856
Production
Producer(s)
CinematographyManeesh Malik
Editor(s)
  • Vikas Sharma
  • Vishal Sharma
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22 minutes
Production company(s)Balaji Telefilms
DistributorStar India
Release
Original networkStarPlus
Picture format
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original release3 December 2013 (2013-12-03) –
present
External links
Website
Production website

Yeh Hai Mohabbatein (lit. This is Love)[1] is an Indian drama television series which premiered on 3 December 2013 on StarPlus.[2] Created by Ekta Kapoor, it is produced under Balaji Telefilms.[3] The show stars Divyanka Tripathi and Karan Patel.

The story is partially based on Manju Kapur's novel, Custody.[4] Set in Delhi, the show follows the love story of Tamil dentist Dr. Ishita Iyer and Punjabi CEO Raman Bhalla.[5][6] Ishita and Raman's daughter, Ruhi become emotionally attached to each other. Due to circumstances, Raman and Ishita marry each other later fall in love.[7]

In July 2019, Karan Patel quit the show and was replaced by Chaitanya Choudhry.[8]

Plot[edit]

Ishita Iyer and Raman Bhalla are two people from different cultures who are brought together by Raman's daughter Ruhi Bhalla.

Tamil dentist Ishita lyer and Punjabi businessman Raman Bhalla live in Delhi. Ishita, who is infertile, forms a motherly bond with Raman's daughter, Ruhi who was abandoned by his former wife Shagun Arora. Gradually, Ishita, who is affectionately called "Ishima" by Ruhi, and Raman come close, fall in love and marry.

Shagun continues to create trouble for the two but later reforms. She unites with the Bhalla family, Raman and with their elder son Aditya "Adi" Bhalla. Ishita finally has a daughter with Raman who they name Pihu.

Later, a scheming lawyer Nidhi kidnaps Pihu. In order to rescue Pihu, they forget about Ruhi thus Nidhi kidnaps Ruhi and takes her away.

7 years later[edit]

Ishita now lives in Australia with her childhood friend Mani, and his niece Aliya, who is coincidentally a grown-up Ruhi's secretary, who lives with a torturous Nidhi. Ishita finds out about Ruhi and unites with Raman. Shagun and Mani get married. Adi falls for Aliya and they marry.

1 year later[edit]

Shagun, Mani, Aliya, and Pihu live in Bangkok, Thailand. Raman keeps a close eye on them. Pihu finally meets Ishita and accepts her as her mother. They return to India.

Back in India, they struggle with Ruhi's love interests, and Raman's multiple arrests as he is mistakenly blamed for Ishita's sister, and Mani's death. His innocence is proved when Mani is brought alive. Pihu accidentally pushes her cousin Ananya down the stairs and she dies. Ishita takes the blame and is imprisoned.

2 years later[edit]

The Bhallas visit Budapest, Hungary for a business trip, as part of a revenge scam by Simmi, and her husband Param, for their daughter Ananya's death. Aliya begins gambling, and Pihu is in a boarding school where Simmi tortures her. Raman is depressed and gives away his company to Param in dejection. Ishita is released as terminally ill, and a reformed Ashok reopens her case. Simmi instigates everyone against Ishita, drugs Raman, and further tries to frame Aliya in a murder case, but is defeated and exposed by Ishita.

Ishita attempts to punish Ruhi's molester Nikhil, but loses her eyes in the scuffle. Raman regains his sanity, and Ashok dies, saving Ishita. Simmi finds out Pihu was behind Ananya's death and submits her to juvenile custody. Adi begins to conspire against Raman but is thrown out of the house. He kidnaps his first wife Roshni and Ishita is forced to shoot him.

8 months later[edit]

Pihu returns to see Ishita alienated from the Bhallas for killing Adi who now shelters a pregnant Roshni. The Bhallas scheme to get Roshni back as she is carrying Adi's child. Roshni promises to hand over the custody of her child if the Bhallas accept Ishita. They accept her condition.

Roshni's baby is handed over to Mihika. Param kidnaps Pihu and Simmi reforms. Raman suffers from spinal injury in the rescue and it further worsens as he is improperly treated by an alcoholic doctor Rajat, who later commits suicide due to his humiliation.

Ruhi receives a marriage proposal from Rohan, but he mistakes Aliya for Ruhi, and falls in love with her. A widowed Aliya initially rejects him in spite of the family's wishes, but agrees later. Ruhi falls in love with Rohan's brother Karan. It is later revealed that Rohan and Karan are Dr. Rajat's nephews, and the whole proposal is a sham to humiliate the Bhallas. Rohan opposes his mother's plans, and sides with the Bhallas.

Ishita encounters Yug, Adi's lookalike. Karan brings in Yug to drive a wedge between Rohan and Aliya, but is roped in with Rohan's opinions and soon begins to fall in love with Ruhi. Yug reminds Aliya of Adi. An insecure Rohan tries to win Aliya back by sexually pursuing her and ends up using force, when she is rescued by the family.

Aliya marries Yug, when a woman Neha comes in and claims to be his wife, and begins to live with the Bhallas.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Divyanka Tripathi as Dr. Ishita Iyer– Madhavi and Vishwa's daughter; Vandu and Mihika's sister; Raman's wife; Ruhi, Adi, Yug and Aliya's adoptive mother; Pihu's mother (2013–present)
  • Karan Patel/Chaitanya Choudhry as Raman Bhalla– Santoshi and Omprakash's son; Simmi and Romi's brother; Ishita's husband; Ruhi, Adi and Pihu's father; Yug's adoptive father (2013–2019)/(2019–present)
  • Ruhanika Dhawan as Young Ruhi Bhalla– Shagun and Raman's daughter; Adi's sister; Ishita's adoptive daughter (2013–2016)/Pihu Bhalla– Ishita and Raman's daughter (2016–present)
  • Aditi Bhatia as Ruhi Bhalla– Shagun and Raman's daughter; Adi's sister; Ishita's adoptive daughter; Karan's former wife (2016–present)
  • Krishna Mukherjee as Aliya Raghav– Mani's daughter; Ishita's adoptive daughter; Aditya and Rohan's former wife; Yug's wife (2016–present)
  • Abhishek Verma as Aditya "Adi" Bhalla– Shagun and Raman's son; Ruhi's brother; Ishita's adoptive son; Aliya's former husband (2016–2018)/Yug Bhalla– Ishita and Raman's adoptive son; Aliya's husband (2019–present)[9]

Recurring[edit]

  • Anita Hassanandani as Shagun Arora– Mihir's sister; Raman's former wife; Ruhi and Aditya's mother; Mani's wife (2013–present)
  • Sumeet Sachdev as Abhimanyu "Mani" Raghav– Ishita's childhood friend; Shagun's husband (2014–present)
  • Kaushal Kapoor as Omprakash Bhalla– Santoshi's husband; Raman, Simmi and Romi's father (2013–present)
  • Shahnaz Rizwan/Usha Rana as Santoshi Bhalla– Omprakash's wife; Raman, Simmi and Romi's mother (2013–2018)/(2018–present)
  • Abhay Bhargava as Vishwanathan "Vishwa" Iyer– Madhavi's husband; Ishita, Mihika and Vandu's father (2013–present)
  • Neena Kulkarni as Madhavi Iyer– Vishwa's wife; Ishita, Mihika and Vandu's mother (2013–present)
  • Aly Goni as Romesh "Romi" Bhalla– Santoshi and Omprakash's son; Raman and Simmi's brother; Mihika's husband (2013–present)
  • Mihika Verma/Avantika Hundal as Mihika Bhalla– Madhavi and Vishwa's daughter; Ishita and Vandu's sister; Mihir's former wife; Romi's wife (2013–present)
  • Shireen Mirza as Simran "Simmi" Bhalla– Santoshi and Omprakash's daughter; Raman and Romi's sister; Param's wife; Ananya's mother (2013–present)
  • Anurag Sharma as Parmeet "Param" Khurana– Simmi's husband; Ananya's father (2013–present)
  • Pankaj Bhatia as Bala Chandran– Vandu's husband; Shravan's father (2013–present)
  • Amita Yadav as Kiran Bhatnagar/Kiran Chandran (2017–present)
  • Mihir Arora as Shravan Chandran– Vandu and Bala's son (2016–2018)
  • Shruti Bapna as Vandita "Vandu" Iyer– Madhavi and Vishwa's daughter; Ishita and Mihika's sister; Bala's wife; Shravan's mother (2013–2017)
  • Vidisha Srivastava as Roshni– Aditya's former wife (2017–2018)
  • Raj Singh Arora as Mihir Arora– Shagun's brother; Mihika's former husband (2013–2016)
  • Gautam Ahuja as Young Aditya "Adi" Bhalla– Shagun and Raman's son; Ruhi's brother; Ishita's adoptive son (2013–2016)
  • Sangram Singh as Ashok Khanna– Shagun's former boyfriend (2013–2018)
  • Abhishek Malik as Rohan Shrivastav– Sudha's son; Karan's brother; Aliya's former husband (2018–2019)
  • Nikhil Chaddha as Karan Shrivastav– Sudha's son; Rohan's brother; Ruhi's former husband (2018–present)
  • Sudha Chandran as Sudha Shrivastav– Rohan and Karan's mother (2018–present)
  • Ajay Nain as Sahil Shah (2019)
  • Hemaakshi Ujjain as Muskaan Shah (2019)
  • Mithil Jain as Arjit Saxena (2019-present)
  • Neeru Agarwal as Neelu, Bhalla family's domestic helper (2013–2018)
  • Bhanujeet Sudan/Amit Tandon as Dr. Subramaniam Chandran (2013; 2015)
  • Anjali Ujjwane as Devyani Chandran (2013–2017)
  • Bhavesh Bhinhani as Young Shravan Chandran, Vandu and Bala's son (2013–2016)
  • Vineett Kumar as Sooraj Khanna (2014–2018)
  • Sweety Walia as Pammi Mehra (2013–2018)
  • Yukti Kapoor as Ishita's colleague (2013)
  • Shakti Arora as a marriage prospect for Ishita (2013)
  • Deep Jaitley as Prateek, Ishita's former fiance (2013–2014)
  • Pratik Parihar as Karan, Aliya's former fiance (2016)
  • Resha Konkar as Tin Arora (2013–2015)
  • Neel Motwani as Neel Paathak (2014–2016)
  • Garima Jain as Trisha Tandon (2014)
  • Sareeka Dhillon as Saarika Singh (2014–2016)
  • Gaurav Nanda as Rajeev Tandon (2014–2015)
  • Arshima Thapar as Sanjana Arora (2014)
  • Karishma Sharma as Raina, Bala's blackmailer (2014)
  • Vivek Dahiya as Abhishek "Abhi" Singh, a police inspector; Ishita's friend; Divya's fiance (2015–2018)
  • Benazir Shaikh as Divya, Abhishek's fiance (2017)
  • Abhilash Chaudhary as Mihika's friend (2015–2016)
  • Darshan Pandya as Prateek Sharma, Abhishek's friend (2015–2016)
  • Manoj Chandila as Manoj Paul (2015–2016)
  • Parveen Kaur as Aditi, a psychiatrist (2015)
  • Navina Bole as Dimple, Nikhil's sister (2015)
  • Hargun Grover as Nikhil Malhotra, Rinky's former fiance (2015)
  • Kanisha Malhotra as ACP Shalini (2015)
  • Shahina Surve as Lakshmi Kumar Chandran (2015)
  • Anju Mahendru as Sujata Kumar, Lakshmi's mother (2015)
  • Ruchika Rajput as Vinni's mother (2015)
  • Arishfa Khan as Vinni (2015)
  • Gopal Singh as Chand Mishra (2015)
  • Priya Shinde as Dr. Anita, Ishita's psychiatrist (2015)
  • Kavya Ramnani as Ananya Khurana (2016–2018)
  • Pavitra Punia as Nidhi Chhabra, a lawyer (2016–2017)
  • Gaurav Wadhwa as Sohail Behl, Nidhi's brother, Ruhi's former lover (2016–2017)
  • Ribbhu Mehra as Nikhil, Ruhi’s ex-lover (2017–2018)
  • Hritu Dudhani as Pooja, Nikhil’s ex-wife (2017)
  • Drishti Hemdev as Riya, Nikhil and Pooja's daughter, Garewal's granddaughter and Pihu's friend (2017)
  • Deepak Wadhwa as Gaurav Bajaj, Simmi's lover (2016–2017)
  • Sid Makkar as Vidyut, Ishita and Raman's friend (2016–2017)
  • Kiran Bhargava as Shobhna Venkatesh, Aliya's grandmother (2016–2017)
  • Swati Kapoor as Sanchi (2016)
  • Avdeep Sidhu as Anil Nagpal, Raman's lawyer (2016)
  • Lalit Bisht as Amarnath Chaddha (2016)
  • Garima Kapoor as Pallavi Amarnath Chaddha, Amarnath's wife (2016)
  • Manish Khanna as Shyaam Raichand (2016)
  • Zareena Roshan Khan as Ismail's mother (2016)
  • Aashu Kohli as Malhotra (2017)
  • Gagan Anand as Gagan, Chandan's brother (2017)
  • Charu Mehra as Sonakshi Gupta/Aarushi Gupta (2018)
  • Sharat Sonu as Keshav Kumar Dalmiya (2018)
  • Varun Parashar as a Dr. Rajat Srivastav (2018)
  • Ankit Bhatia as Sudha's lawyer (2018)
  • Dinesh Mehta as Vijender (2018)
  • Sapna Thakur as Natasha, Shardul's wife (2019)
  • Ansh Kukreja as Sunny, Natasha's brother (2019)

Guests[edit]

Production[edit]

Development and premiere[edit]

Divyanka Tripathi, Karan Patel and Ruhanika Dhawan as Raman, Ishita and Ruhi

The series, produced by Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor under the banner Balaji Telefilms is a family drama and also a love story.[3][4] The show premiered at 11:00 pm (IST) on Tuesday on 3 December 2013 and airs episodes from Monday to Friday. Talking about the show, Ekta said, "My association with Star goes back a long way. We have together celebrated many successes and created iconic characters through generations. I look forward to working with them closely on this show and I am sure that the viewers will accept Ishita & Raman into their families".[13] The show was initially called Mera Tera Rishta Purana but was changed to Ye Hai Mohabbatein.[1]

Casting[edit]

Television actress Divyanka Tripathi (who is known for her role as Vidya in Banoo Main Teri Dulhann) was selected by Kapoor to play the lead role of Ishita.[2] Cezanne Khan (of Kasautii Zindagii Kay fame) was first approached to play Raman, the male lead opposite Tripathi, but was replaced by Karan Patel.[3] Child artist Ruhanika Dhawan was chosen to play the important character of Ruhi.[2] Actress and Bigg Boss 6 fame Sayantani Ghosh was first considered but later Anita Hassanandani was selected to play the main negative role of the show of Shagun.[14] The other cast included Aly Goni, Mihika Verma, Shruti Bapna, Neena Kulkarni, Shahnaz Rizwan, Kaushal Kapoor, Abhay Bhargava and Gautam Ahuja.

Filming[edit]

The show has taken various leaps including a seven-year leap in April 2016, followed by a one-year leap in November 2016 and then a two-year leap in November 2017.[15][16][17] On 9 December 2016 the show completed 1,000 episodes.[18][19] The show completed 1,500 episodes on 13 June 2018.[20][21][22] It has filmed at several foreign locations including Australia, Budapest and London.[23][24]

Adaptations[edit]

A version of the series dubbed in English was broadcast in Africa on Glow TV and on Star Plus South Africa/Mauritius, with episodes broadcast three and a half hours after premiering in India. It also airs on MBC Digital 4 (Mauritius).

The show has been remade in several languages:

Awards and nominations[edit]

As of January 2018, the show has received 15 Boroplus Gold Awards, 6 Indian Telly Awards, 3 Indian Television Academy Awards, a Big Star Entertainment Award, 2 Lions Gold Awards and an Asian Viewers Television Award. The show has also received 22 Star Parivaar Awards from its originating network, though these cannot be said to be impartial.[30][31][32][33][34][35]

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2014 Gold Awards Boroplus Face Of The Year Divyanka Tripathi Won[36]
Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel
Best Actress In Negative Role (Popular) Anita Hassanandani
Indian Telly Awards Most Popular Child Artiste (Female) Ruhanika Dhawan Won[37]
Most Popular Actress In A Lead Role Divyanka Tripathi
Most Popular Onscreen Couple Karan Patel and Divyanka Tripathi
Indian Television Academy Awards GR8! ON-Screen Couple Of The Year Nominated
Big Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actress In Lead Role (Fiction) Divyanka Tripathi Won[38]
2015 Lions Gold Awards Best Actress In Lead Role Won[39]
Gold Awards Boroplus Face Of The Year Won[40]
Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel
Best Actress In Lead Role (Popular) Divyanka Tripathi
Best Actress In Negative Role (Popular) Anita Hassanandani
Best Actor In Negative Role (Critics) Sangram Singh
Best Actor In Supporting Role (Popular) Raj Singh Arora
Best TV Show of the Year (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor
Indian Telly Awards Best Actor In A Lead Role Karan Patel Won[41]
Most Dynamic Personality Divyanka Tripathi[42]
Best Jodi On TV Karan Patel & Divyanka Tripathi
Indian Television Academy Awards Best Romantic Actor (Male) Karan Patel Won[43]
Best Negative Role (Female) Anita Hassanandani
Asian Viewers Television Awards Male Actor of the Year Karan Patel Nominated
Female Actor of the Year Divyanka Tripathi Won[44]
Soap of the Year Ekta Kapoor
2016 Gold Awards Boroplus Face Of The Year Divyanka Tripathi Won[45]
Best Actor (Popular) Karan Patel
Best Actress (Popular) Divyanka Tripathi
Best Actor In A Supporting Role (Male) Raj Singh Arora
Best Actress In A Negative Role Anita Hassanandani
Best Actor In A Negative Role Sangram Singh
Best Jodi Karan Patel and Divyanka Tripathi Nominated
Asian Viewers Television Awards Female Actor of the Year Divyanka Tripathi Nominated
2017 Gold Awards Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel Won[46][47]
Best Actress In Lead Role (Popular) Divyanka Tripathi
Best Actress In Negative Role (Popular) Anita Hassanandani
Best Actor In A Supporting Role Raj Singh Arora Nominated
Best Actress In A Supporting Role Aditi Bhatia
Best Actor In A Negative Role Sangram Singh
2018 Gold Awards Best Actress In Lead Role Divyanka Tripathi Nominated
Best Actor In Lead Role Karan Patel
Best Show Ekta Kapoor
Best Onscreen Jodi Karan Patel and Divyanka Tripathi
Gold Producer's Honour Ekta Kapoor Won
Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actress (Jury) Divyanka Tripathi Won[48]
2019 Lions Gold Awards Best Actress Popular Nominated
Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in Lead Role (Jury) Won[49]
Best Actor In Lead Role Female (Popular) Nominated
Best Actor In Lead Role Male (Popular) Karan Patel Nominated
Best Jodi Divyanka Tripathi & Karan Patel Nominated
Best Actor In Supporting Role Male (Popular) Abhishek Verma Nominated
Best Actor In Supporting Role Female (Popular) Aditi Bhatia Nominated

Reception[edit]

Despite airing for nearly two years, Ye Hai Mohabbatein was still one of the highest-rated shows on Indian television in January 2016 when it was ranked third in TRP (Target Rating Point) ratings chart. Starting in January 2017, the show begun to falter in the TRP ratings when the show's focus shifted to the new generation.[50] Nevertheless, the show is very popular in the UK, being the most-watched Indian show.[51][52] The climax of Ruhi-Nikhil track leading to Ananya's death brought a sudden spike in the ratings in the first week of November 2017 (week 44) and the series secured a place amongst the Top 10 shows after almost a year off this ranking.[53] With the Budapest track and the focus back on the main leads, the show reached the Top 5 in the second week of November 2017 (week 45).[54][55] In week 46 of the year 2017, the show further climbed to the 4th spot on the TRP chart, thus becoming the most-watched show on StarPlus.[56] In week 47 of the year 2017, the show remained at No. 4 on the TRP charts and continued to be the most-watched show on StarPlus. The show continued to do well maintaining its No. 1 position on StarPlus in the following weeks. In week 51 of 2017, Ye Hai Mohabbatein emerged as the most-watched show across all Hindi GECs. (General Entertainment Channels)[57] In week 8 of the year 2018, the show remained at No. 3 on the TRP charts and continued to be the most-watched show on STAR Plus.[58] In May 2018, the show was shifted to 10:30 pm from 7:30 pm which led to a fall in TRPs. Roshni's baby track was received poorly by fans which led to a further downfall in TRPs following which the broadcaster, StarPlus, intervened asking the producer, Ekta Kapoor, to change the storyline of the show also giving it a 6-month deadline to increase the ratings. Ishita's fake death drama to expose Param led to the show re-entering the TRP chart in week 31 of the year 2018 occupying the 18th place with 3889 million viewerships.[59] After the change in show timings to late night TRPs have dropped ranging from 1.2 to 1.4 but has been the slot leader since then. The show has been rumoured to go off air for a long time. However, the lead actor Divyanka Tripathi, who plays Ishita Bhalla on the show, and the creative director Sandiip Sikcand refuted all these rumours adding that the show has been doing exceedingly well at its time slot. [60]

Notes[edit]

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