Ye Hai Mohabbatein

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Ye Hai Mohabbatein
Ye Hai Mohabbatein-serial.jpg
Genre Indian soap opera
Drama
Romance
Created by Ekta Kapoor
Based on Custody by Manju Kapur
Developed by Ekta Kapoor
Written by Ritu Bhatia
Directed by Neeraj Baliyan
Imran
Creative director(s) Sandiip Sickand
Starring See below
Opening theme "Pal Pal Bade Ye Hai Mohabbatein"
Composer(s) Pamela Jain
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 1,321
Production
Producer(s) Ekta Kapoor
Shobha Kapoor
Location(s) Delhi, India
Cinematography Maneesh Malik
Editor(s) Vikas Sharma
Vishal Sharma
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 22 minutes
Production company(s) Balaji Telefilms
Distributor Star Plus
Release
Original network Star Plus
Picture format 576i
HDTV 1080i
Audio format Dolby Digital
Original release 3 December 2013 (2013-12-03) – present
External links
Website www.hotstar.com/tv/ye-hai-mohabbatein
Production
website
balajitelefilms.com/serial.php?id=29

Ye Hai Mohabbatein (English: This Is Love)[1] is an Indian soap opera on Star Plus. It first aired on 3 December 2013[2] and airs from Monday to Saturday at 07:30 pm (22nd September 2014 - present). The show initially aired at 11 pm. This soap opera is created by Ekta Kapoor and is produced by her production company Balaji Telefilms.[3] The show stars Divyanka Tripathi and Karan Patel as the lead pair.

The story is partially based on Manju Kapur's novel Custody.[4] Set in Delhi,[5][6] the show follows the love story of Dr. Ishita Iyer, who is a Tamil dentist and Raman Kumar Bhalla, who is a Punjabi CEO. Ishita is infertile and becomes emotionally attached to Raman's daughter, Ruhi, who lives with her divorced father. Raman's ex-wife, Shagun, lives with her boyfriend Ashok Khanna and Aditya, her son with Raman. Due to circumstances, Raman and Ishita marry each other.[7] The show has won more than 50 awards.

The show took a seven-year leap in April 2016 followed by a one-year leap in November 2016 and a two year leap in November 2017.[8][9][10] On 9 December 2016 the show completed 1,000 episodes.[11][12] It has been shot at several foreign locations including Australia and Budapest.[13][14]

Plot[edit]

This is a story of Raman and Ishita. Ishita Vishwanathan Iyer (Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya), a Tamil dentist in Delhi, lives with her parents Vishwanathan and Madhavi Iyer along with her cousin sister Mihika. She also has a elder sister, Vandita, who is married to Bala Chandran and has a son, Shravan. Raman Kumar Bhalla (Karan Patel), a successful CEO of a multinational company, is a father to two children, Aditya and Ruhi, with his ex-wife Shagun Arora. Raman and Ruhi live with his parents, Omprakash and Santoshi Bhalla, along with his siblings, Romi, Simmi and Rinki Bhalla. Shagun is in a live-in relationship with Ashok Khanna, former boss and business rival to Raman Bhalla. She lives in his house with her son Aditya.

Having a lot of issues to go through, Ruhi finds solace in Ishita while Ishita develops a motherly instinct for the girl despite the fact that she is Infertile. After a lot of hurdles, Raman and Ishita get married to give Ruhi the love of the mother she craves for. Over the process, Raman and Ishita develop a deep mutual respect, creating a unique bonding, highlighting their friendship and respect for each other. In the meantime, their families bond as Mihir, Raman's Business associate and close friend, had been in an on-off relationship with Mihika.

During the wedding of Mihir and Mihika, it is revealed that Mihir is actually Shagun's younger brother and that how Raman and Mihir know each other. After facing multiple hurdles, Mihir and Mihika's engagement gets called off as Ashok orchestrates a plan to defame Mihika, in a ploy to have her as his wife, in the process getting rid of Shagun. With their Engagement off, Shagun seeks refugee in the Bhalla house along with Aditya. She begins to plot to exact Revenge over Ishita for all her misery, and claim Raman back in her life. To her disappointment, Raman and Ishita at this point, have begun falling in love with each other, with her every move only bringing them closer and closer. During a major confrontation, Shagun's motives are revealed and she is kicked out. Along with that, it is also revealed that Rom suffered an injury in an Accident and therefore, cannot become a father. To keep the family's respect intact, at the eve of Rinki's wedding, Ishita has Mihir wed Rinki.

Shagun plots again as she forges documents to take back her child Ruhi. This plan backfires in the end as Aditya chooses to stay with the Bhallas, thus distancing himself from Shagun. Following this, Ishita's ex-fiancé Subramaniam returns and in due time, Subbu and Simmi get engaged, thus breaking Simmi's first marriage. On the day of their engagement, a earthquake occurs in the city and as Shagun kidnaps Ruhi and Aditya, Ishita goes out looking for them. When the disaster struck, Ishita managed to save the kids, almost killing herself. This caused Shagun to face a realisation, turning her life around. Also, Aditya accepts Ishita as his mother.

Later, it's revealed that Subbu's intentions weren't good and his engagement with Simmi is called off. On the meanwhile, an Infertile Romi Bhalla, finds his ex-girlfriend Sarika, who has what would be, his only shot to having a child. After a long search, Romi finds Sarika, convinces her and the two get married. Alss, Ashok is outed as a molester and a sex offender, with his marriage with Mihika, ending in a divorce.

Later, Ishita gets pregnant with Raman's child, but suffers a misscarriage due to an accident orchestrated by Ashok. Dejected, Raman opts for surrogacy, with a reformed Shagun acting as the surrogate. Drama ensues as Ashok plants a mole in the Bhalla family. It is revealed that Sarika was the mole and the child she claimed to be hers was actually adopted from a orphanage.

Ishita tracks the real parents of the child and in some odd circumstances, Ishita accidentally murders the father of the child. After being convicted, Raman is forced to marry Nidhi, a defence lawyer, in order to save Ishita. Unbeknownst to Raman, Nidhi was here to get revenge. To escape from Nidhi's traps, Raman and Ishita try multiple tactics. In the end, as Shagun gives birth to Raman and Ishita's third child, Pihu, Nidhi kidnaps the new-born child. In a failed rescue attempt, Ishita loses Ruhi and following that, Nidhi fakes her death along with Ruhi. Outraged over the loss of his daughter, Raman bashes Ishita out of the house in an impulse. Before he can rectify this, Ishita attempts suicide, making everyone believe she is dead, while she was saved by Mani, her old friend.

Seven years later[edit]

Ishita lives in Australia with Mani and his niece Aliya and nephew. Nidhi and Ruhi are revealed to be alive as well, with Nidhi giving Ruhi the identity of Ruhaan, a celebrity Popstar. Growing a hatred towards Ishita, Ruhi AKA Ruhaan returns to India and so to Ishita, Aliya and Mani to attend to some business. After some close situations, Raman meets Ishita after all these years and reacts negatively, feeling betrayed and still angry about the loss of Ruhi. On the occasion of Romi and Mihika's wedding, Ishita reveals herself to the whole family. After some odd situations, Ishita and Raman find out that Ruhi is alive. in an effort to woo her back, Raman and Ishita try to mend their relationship, side-lining Shagun, much to her dismay. After a long battle, Ishita and Raman win Ruhi back, thus starting anew. On the other hand, Shagun feels agitated and utilised Pihu's disappointment with Raman and Ishita getting closer to her advantage. To calm things down, Raman and Ishita propose Mani and Shagun's marriage and the two do get married soon. However, after the marriage, things start to change as Pihu turns rebellious, influenced by Shagun. Meanwhile, more trouble occurs as Aditya falls in love with Aliya while Aliya initially falls in love with Mihir. This creates a rift between Aditya and Aliya and with that, a rift occurs between Raman and Mani. In that tuffle, Mani vouches for Shagun, allowing her to snatch Pihu's custody from Raman and Ishita. After that, seeing Adi and Aliya's life, Ishita and Raman get married once again to meet Aliya's grandmother's demand. In the process, the loose their final hope of getting Pihu back. After few mishaps leading to Pihu finding the truth about her parentage, Mani and Shagun decide to leave country with Pihu. Devastated, Raman leaves the house to go along with his daughter, in a plan made by both Raman and Ishita to keep Pihu safe from Shagun's influence..

One year later[edit]

Shagun, Mani, Aliya and Pihu live in Bangkok where Raman lives separately to stay close to Pihu. Soon, Shagun takes Pihu along with her to Adelaide. In a coincidence, this also happens when Raman and Ishita secretly plan to meet each other with the help of their friend Vidyut. Ruhi follows Ishita too and she manages to explain Pihu about the sacrifices Ishita has made for Pihu. Pihu understands Ishita's love and in a turn of events, Pihu accepts Ishita as her mother. Dejected Shagun, returns back home to India. As Raman, Ishita and family arrive back home, they face a huge issue with a girl committing suicide, citing Ishita and Vidyut's trip to Australia as the reason. With this enters Sohail, solving the problem of Bhallas, in the process, developing closeness to Ruhi. Ruhi and Sohail develop feeings for each other which is not taken well by the family. In a turn of events, Ruhi is blackmailed with an MMS by an unknown person, soon revealed to be Sohail. While Raman goes beserk in helplessness, Ishita stays calm, handling the situation and saving Ruhi in the process.

However, dejected with Raman's growing anger issues, Ishita leaves the house, going to attend a pregnant Shagun. In an effort t stay close to Pihu and convince Ishita back, Raman dons the disguise of Gulabo Singh. In the meanwhile, Nidhi fakes her death, blackmailing Mani to do his bidding. Things go wrong as one thing leads to another and soon, Nidhi takes the life of Vandita, driving without control. Raman is held in charge for the crime. Seeing Raman's innocence, Ishita proves his innocence to the world, having Nidhi arrested. With this, Ishita returns home. With all that sorted, Ishita and Raman begin work on Aditya's marriage with Aliya. But, due to circumstances, in Khandpur village, Adi is forcefully married to Roshini. Adi is reluctant to accept his marriage with her and desperately tries to get the issue sorted. Unknowingly, Roshini end up in Bhalla house where Raman and Ishita take responsibility of her, helping her pursue her IPS aspirations. On the day of Adi and Aliya's wedding, the truth is revealed and despite that, Adi and Aliya get married. Following the marriage, some legal complications occur but Raman and Ishita sort them out.

With the issues sorted, Ishita and Raman welcome Aliya into their family. However, being in-law's takes a toll on them as problems arise between the newly wed and the elders, creating a rift in the family. Once that is sorted, Adi and Aliya head off to their honeymoon where things go wrong with the entry of Aliya college friend, Nikhil. Misunderstandings happen between Adi and Aliya and this creates a fight between Raman and Mani. However, in a crude accident, Mani is presumed dead. The whole family strive to find the killer so that Raman is acquitted of the charges. As they prove Raman's innocence, it is revealed that the one who dies was not Mani, but simply an imposter. During the whole process, Ruhi develops a bond with Pihu's bully turned friend, Riya.

Soon, Ruhi develops feelings for Nikhil and it is revealed that Riya is Nikhil's daughter with Pooja, his ex-wife. As Raman steadfastly rejects their love, Ruhi and Raman both take drastic steps. In an effort to keep things calm, Ishita is put in peril where she stands by Ruhi, breaking Raman's heart. This leads to more conflict as Ishita slowly realises that she may have made a wrong decision with supporting Nikhil. As Nikhil's true colours are slowly revealed to Raman and Ishita, they struggle as parents, being forced to watch while their daughter goes mad in love with the wrong person. The story currently revolves around Ruhi's marriage with Nikhil and once that issue is sorted but here story takes a new turn when accidentally Pihu pushes Ananya from stairs.She dies.Simmi gets shattered after her daughter's death and wants her daughter killer to get punished.To save innocent pihu, Ishita takes the fault on her head and tells everyone in court that she killed ananya due to which she get life imprisonment.Raman tries to find out the truth by talking to Ishita but she denies in fear and ask bhallas to stay out of her.

Story takes a 1 year leap where Ashok reopens Ishita's case.

After two years[edit]

The New YHM starts with Budapest where Shagun is shown describing the past of IshRa.Raman is in depression after Ishita going to prison.Whereas Ruhi has turned raman's biggest rival in the two years.Simmi is controlling Raman by giving him wrong medicines and trying to wipe out his old memories.On the other Ishita gets bailed by Ashok after staying 1 year 11 months in jail.She & Ashok arrives in Budapest as Bhalla industries new investors.All gets shocked seeing Ishita except Raman who is still in dilemma to recall Ishita.Later it is revealed that Ashok has Gall bladder Cancer due to which he has turned into a leaf.He wants Ishita to reunite with Raman and Family so that he may die in peace.Ishita gets to know about everything which happened with raman and now she will fight back.After staying many days in Budapest, Simmi decides that Ishita can follow them always so decides to move back to Delhi with family.Ishita too decides that she and Ashok will also move back to Delhi.

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

  • Divyanka Tripathi as Dr. Ishita Raman Kumar Bhalla (2013-)(Main Female Protagonist)
  • Karan Patel as Raman Kumar Omprakash Bhalla (2013-)(Main Male Protagonist)
  • Shireen Mirza as Simran Omprakash Bhalla "Simmi", Ruhi's Bua, Raman's sister, Parmeet's wife, Ananya's mother (2013–16; 2017-)(Main Antagonist)
  • Aditi Bhatia as Ruhi Raman Bhalla, Raman-Ishita's elder daughter, Adi's younger sister and Pihu's elder sister (2016-)
  • Abhishek Verma as Aditya Raman Bhalla Aliya's husband, Raman-Ishita's son, Ruhi's and Pihu's elder brother (2016-)
  • Krishna Mukherjee as Aliya Aditya Bhalla, Aditya's wife, Mani's niece, Mani-Shagun's adopted daughter, Ruhi-Pihu's sister-in-law, Raman-Ishita's daughter-in-law (2016-)

Recurring cast[edit]

  • Ruhanika Dhawan as Pihu Raman Bhalla (previously played young Ruhi), Raman-Ishita's youngest daughter, Aditya-Ruhi's sister (2013-)
  • Anita Hassanandani as Shagun Abhimanyu Raghav (née Arora), Raman's Ex-wife, Ashok's ex-girlfriend, Mihir's sister, Mani's wife, Adi and Ruhi's biological mother, Pihu's surrogate mother, Aliya's adopted mother (2013-)
  • Sumeet Sachdev as Abhimanyu Raghav "Mani", Ishita's friend, Shagun's husband, Aliya's uncle and adopted father (2014, 2016-) , Prakash (2017)
  • Sangram Singh as Ashok Khanna, Raman's enemy, Shagun's ex-boyfriend and Delhi MP(2013–16, 2017-)
  • Kaushal Kapoor as Omprakash Bhalla, Aditya, Ruhi, Pihu's grandfather, Raman's father, Santoshi's husband, Ishita's father in law (2013-)
  • Shahnaz Rizwan as Santoshi Omprakash Bhalla "Toshi", Aditya, Ruhi, Pihu's grandmother, Raman's mother, Omprakash's wife, Ishita's mother in law (2013-)
  • Abhay Bhargava as Vishwanathan Iyer, Aditya, Ruhi, Pihu's grandfather, Ishita's father, Madhavi's husband (2013-)
  • Neena Kulkarni as Madhavi Vishwanathan Iyer, Aditya, Ruhi, Pihu's grandfather, Ishita's mother, Vishwanathan's wife (2013-)
  • Aly Goni as Romesh Omprakash Bhalla "Romi", Raman-Simran- Rinky's brother, Santoshi-Omprakash's son, Sarika's ex-husband, Mihika's husband (2013–17; 2017-)
  • Avantika Hundal as Mihika Romesh Bhalla (née Iyer), Ruhi's Aunt, Ishita's sister, Romi's wife (2016-)[15]
  • Pankaj Bhatia as Bala Chandran, Ruhi, Adi and Pihu's Uncle, Ishita's brother in-law, Vandita's Ex-husband, Shravan & Kshitija's father, Kiran's husband (2013-)
  • Mihir Arora as Shravan Bala Chandran, Ishita's nephew, Bala-Vandita's son, Kshitija's brother (2016-)
  • Unknown as Kshitija Bala Chandran, Ishita's niece, Bala-Vandita's daughter (2016-)
  • Neeru Agarwal as Neelu, Bhalla's maid (2013-)
  • Unknown as Shaila Chibber, Bhalla's neighbour (2014-15)
  • Amita Yadav as Kiran Bhala, Raman's business partner, Bala's wife (2017-)
  • Mihika Verma (2013–16)/Sonal Parihar (2016) as Mihika Iyer, Ishita-Vandita's cousin sister, Madhavi's niece, Mihir's ex-fiance, Romi's 2nd wife (Replaced by Avantika)
  • Shruti Bapna as Vandita Bala Chandran, Ishita-Mihika's sister, Bala's wife, Shravan-Kshitija's mother (2013–17), dead (car accident planned by Nidhi)
  • Raj Singh Arora as Mihir Arora, Shagun's brother, Mihika's ex-lover & fiancé, Rinki's husband (until she died) (2013–16)
  • Vivek Dahiya as A.C.P Abhishek Singh, Sarika's brother (2015–17)[16]
  • Ribbhu Mehra as Nikhil, Ruhi's ex-love interest, Aliya's college friend, Riya's dad and Pooja's ex-husband (2017-)
  • Kavya Ramnani as Ananya Parmeet Khurana, Ruhi's cousin sister, Raman's niece, Simmi-Parmeet's daughter, dead (2016–17)
  • Pavitra Punia as Nidhi Chabra, Raman & Ishita's enemy, Ruhi's kidnapper, Vandita's murderer (2016–17) (jailed)[17]
  • Gaurav Wadhwa as Sohail Behl, Ruhi's ex-lover, Nidhi's brother (2016–17) (jailed)
  • Bhanujeet Sudan/Amit Tandon as Dr. Subramaniam Chandran "Subbhu", Devyani's son, Ishita's ex-fiance, Simran's ex-fiance, Bala's brother, Lakshmi's husband (2013; 2015) (left)
  • Anjali Ujwane as Devyani Chandran, Bala's mother, Vandita's mother in law, Shravan-Kshitija's grandmother (2013–16) (left)
  • Gautam Ahuja as child Aditya Raman Kumar Bhalla "Adi", Raman & Ishita's son (2014–16)
  • Bhavesh Bhinhani as child Shravan Bala Chandran, Bala-Vandu's son, Kshitija's brother (2013–16) (Replaced)
  • Sweety Walia as Pammi Mehra, Santoshi's friend (2013–16) (left)
  • Vineett Kumar as Suraj Kumar Khanna, Ashok's brother (2013–16) (left)
  • Anurag Sharma as Parmeet Khurana "Param", Simmi's ex-husband, Ananya's father (2014–15; 2017-)
  • Resha Konkar as Rinky Mihir Arora, Santoshi-Omprakash's daughter, Romi-Raman-Simran's sister, Nikhi's ex-fiance, Mihir's wife (2014–15) (dead)
  • Neel Motwani as Neel Pathak, Raman's lawyer and friend; Trisha's husband (2014–16) (left)
  • Garima Jain as Trisha Neel Pathak, Neel's wife (2014)
  • Deep Jaitley as Pratik, Ishita's ex-fiance (2013–14)
  • Sareeka Dhillon as Sarika Romesh Bhalla, Romi's ex-wife, Abhishek's sister (2014–16) (left)
  • Gaurav Nanda as Rajeev Tandon, Raman's friend (2014–15) (left)
  • Darshan Pandya as Prateek Sharma, Abhishek's friend (2015–16) (left)
  • Arshima Thapar as Sanjana, Fake sister of Mihir (2014)
  • Deepak Wadhwa as Gaurav Bajaj, Simmi's loser (2016–17)
  • Manoj Chandila as Dr. Manoj Paul, Shagun's ex-fiance (2015–16) (left)
  • Parveen Kaur as Dr Aditi (psychiatrist) (2015)
  • Navina Bole as Dimple, Nikhil's sister (2015)
  • Hargun Grover as Nikhil Malhotra, Rinki's ex-fiance (2015)
  • Kanisha Malhotra as ACP Shalini, police officer, Abhishek's friend (2015) (left)
  • Shahina Surve as Lakshmi Subramaniam Chandran, Subbu's wife (2015) (dead)
  • Anju Mahendru as Sujata Kumar, Lakshmi's mother, Subbhu's mother in law (2015) (left)
  • Ruchika Rajput as Vinnie's Mother (2015) (left)
  • Arshifa Khan as Vinnie (2015) (left)
  • Unknown as Vinnie's Father (2015) (left)
  • Gopal Singh as Chand Mishra, Bus driver who wanted to take revenge from Ashok (2015) (left)
  • Karishma Sharma as Raina, Bala's blackmailer (2014)
  • Kiran Bhargava as Shobana Venkatesh, Aliya's grandmother, Mani's mother, Shagun's mother in law (2016-17)
  • Swati Kapoor as Sachi, Aditya's ex-fiance (2016) (left)
  • Sid Makkar as Vidyut, Ishita's friend (2016–17)[18]
  • Avdeep Sidhu as Anil Nagpal, Raman's lawyer (2016) (dead)
  • Varun Khandelwal as Suyash Chadda, Amarnath's brother (2016), male antagonist (left)
  • Lalit Bisht as Amarnath Chadda, Pallavi's husband (2016) (dead)
  • Garima Kapoor as Pallavi Amarnath Chadda, Amarnath's wife, Rohit's mother (2016) (left)
  • Manish Khanna as Shyam Raichand, Shanaya's father/Ishita's fake father (2016) (left)
  • Zareena Roshan Khan as Ismail's mother (2016) (cameo)
  • as Ismail, Ishita's kidnapper (2016) (cameo)
  • as Sakina, Ismail's wife (2016) (cameo)
  • Aashu Kohli as Malhotra (2017)
  • Benazir Shaikh as Divya, Abhishek's girlfriend (2017-)
  • Gagan Anand as Gagan, Chandan's brother (2017), jailed
  • Vidisha Srivastava as Roshni, Chandan's ex-fiancé, forced to marry Adi but now divorced (2017)
  • Drishti Hemdev as Riya, Nikhil and Pooja's daughter, Garewal's granddaughter and Pihu's friend (2017)
  • Hritu Dudani as Pooja, Nikhil's ex-wife, Riya's mom (2017)

Special appearances[edit]

Production[edit]

Main cast of Ye Hai Mohabbatein
Divyanka Tripathi 
Karan Patel 
Ruhanika Dhawan 

The show is produced by Ekta Kapoor under her banner of Balaji Telefilms.[3][4] The show was initially called Mera Tera Rishta Purana but was changed to Ye Hai Mohabbatein.[1] Popular television actress Divyanka Tripathi was selected by Kapoor to play the lead role of Ishita.[2] Cezanne Khan (of Kasautii Zindagii Kay fame) was first approached to play the main lead Raman opposite Tripathi, but was replaced by Karan Patel.[3] Child artist Ruhanika Dhawan was chosen to play the important character of Ruhi.[2]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Ye Hai Mohabbatein awards and nominations
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Star Parivaar Awards
22 30
Boroplus Gold Awards
15 16
Indian Telly Awards
6 6
Indian Television Academy Awards
3 4
Big Star Entertainment Awards
1 1
Lions Gold Awards
2 2
Asian Viewers Television Awards
1 1
Totals
Awards won 50
Nominations 60[a]

To date, the show has received 22 Star Parivaar Awards, 15 Boroplus Gold Awards, six Indian Telly Awards, three Indian Television Academy Awards, a Big Star Entertainment Award, two Lions Gold Awards and a Asian Viewers Television Award.

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2014 Star Parivaar Awards Rishta Nayi Soch Ka Divyanka Tripathi & Ruhanika Dhawan Won[22]
Favorite Naya Sadasya (Female) Divyanka Tripathi
Favorite Naya Sadasya (Male) Karan Patel
Favorite Jodi Divyanka Tripathi & Karan Patel
Favorite International Jodi Divyanka Tripathi & Karan Patel
7th Boroplus Gold Awards Boroplus Face Of The Year Divyanka Tripathi Won[23]
Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel
Best Actress In Negative Role (Popular) Anita Hassanandani
13th Indian Telly Awards Most Popular Child Artiste (Female) Ruhanika Dhawan Won[24]
Most Popular Actress In A Lead Role Divyanka Tripathi
Most Popular Onscreen Couple Karan Patel & Divyanka Tripathi
14th Indian Television Academy Awards GR8! ON-Screen Couple Of The Year Karan Patel with Divyanka Tripathi Nominated
Big Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actress In Lead Role (Fiction) Divyanka Tripathi Won[25]
2015 21st Lions Gold Awards Best Actress/Actor In Lead Role Divyanka Tripathi Won[26]
Star Parivaar Awards Favorite Chhota Sadasya Ruhanika Dhawan Won[27][28]
Favorite Pati Karan Patel
Favorite Digital Sadasya (Female) Divyanka Tripathi
Favorite Digital Sadasya (Male) Karan Patel
Favorite Jodi Divyanka Tripathi & Karan Patel
Favorite International Jodi Divyanka Tripathi & Karan Patel
Scroll of Honour Ekta Kapoor
8th Boroplus Gold Awards Boroplus Face Of The Year Divyanka Tripathi Won[29]
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
14th Indian Telly Awards Best Actor In A Lead Role Karan Patel Won[30]
Most Dynamic Personality Divyanka Tripathi[31]
Best Jodi On TV Karan Patel & Divyanka Tripathi
15th Indian Television Academy Awards Best Romantic Actor (Male) Karan Patel Won [32]
Best Negative Role (Female) Anita Hassanandani
2016 Star Parivaar Awards Favorite Maa Divyanka Tripathi Won[33][34]
Favorite Patni Divyanka Tripathi
Favorite Pati Karan Patel
Favorite Bahu Divyanka Tripathi
Most Stylish Sadasya Anita Hassanandani Reddy
Favorite Digital Sadasya (Female) Divyanka Tripathi
Favorite Digital Sadasya (Male) Karan Patel
Favorite Jodi Divyanka Tripathi & Karan Patel
Favorite International Jodi Divyanka Tripathi & Karan Patel
9th Boroplus Gold Awards Boroplus Face Of The Year Divyanka Tripathi Won[35]
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 Divyanka Tripathi with Karan Patel Nominated
16th Indian Television Academy Awards GR8! ON-Screen Couple Of The Year Karan Patel & Divyanka Tripathi Won[36]
2017 Star Parivaar Awards Favorite Maa Divyanka Tripathi Won[37]
Favorite Pita Karan Patel
10th Boroplus Gold Awards Best Actor In Lead Role (Popular) Karan Patel Won[38][39]
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 Avantika Hundal
Best Actor In A Negative Role Sangram Singh

Reception[edit]

Despite being on run 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 ratings chart. Starting from January 2017, the show has begun to falter in the TRP ratings as the show's focus has shifted to the new generation.[40] Nevertheless the show is very popular in the UK, being the most watched Indian show, even after nearly four years of its inception.[41][42]

Adaptations and international broadcast[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Not happy with name, Ekta Kapoor changes show title thrice - The Times of India". The Times of India. 2013-11-22. Retrieved 2015-11-01. 
  2. ^ a b c Keshri, Shweta. Ekta’s latest show. The Telegraph. 3 December 2013. Retrieved 18 October 2016
  3. ^ a b c "After male lead, Ekta replaces dog in her show! - The Times of India". Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com. 2013-11-29. Retrieved 2015-11-01. 
  4. ^ a b "Ekta's next based on popular novel 'Custody'? - The Times of India". The Times of India. 2013-01-04. Retrieved 2015-11-01. 
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