Ye Meri Life Hai

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Ye Meri Life Hai
The promotional logo image of "Ye Meri Life Hai."
Created byOptimystix Entertainment
Written byBobby Bhonsle, S. Farhan & Amit Senchoudhary
Directed byApoorva Acharya & Ravi Raj
Starringsee below
Theme music composerPritam
Opening theme"Ye Meri Life Hai" by Shreya Ghoshal
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons2
No. of episodesTotal 323
Producer(s)Vipul D Shah & Sanjiv Sharma
Running timeapprox. 23 minutes
Original networkSony TV
Picture format480i (SDTV),
Original release3 May 2004 – November,2005
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Ye Meri Life Hai was a Hindi TV serial that aired on Sony TV. This serial has been included in the list of successful shows for the channel. The serial ended in late 2005. The story reflects the aspirations and dreams of today's youth, as they battle it out with conventions and norms to carve their own niche in the world. The screenplay and dialogues of the initial episodes were penned by Arif Ali and Sanyukta Chaudhuri respectively.


The story revolves around Pooja who belongs to a typical middle class Gujarati household but strives to fulfill her dream to become a film director just like Karan Johar. Pooja takes her first bold step towards fulfilling her dream of becoming a film director by making the decision to join a hip n' happening college like St. Martin's while keeping her father in the dark about this. When Pooja enters the awe-inspiring yet strange world of St. Martin's along with her best friend Mandy, they are immediately thrown into a world of myriad experiences; a culture that is alien, modern and sometimes shocking. On her very first day in college, the simple and straightforward, Pooja comes face to face with the hip and high-class students of St. Martins's and is made intensely aware of her middle class looks and attitudes. But, ever optimistic, she not only accepts this new world but decides to take everything in her stride. Here begins Pooja's journey of constantly learning from this newfound society while keeping herself untouched by its worldliness. The fire and desire within her to make her mark in the film industry drives and inspires her through thick and thin. Modern in approach and dynamic in thinking, Pooja struggles with her orthodox family and economic barriers; sometimes succeeding, sometimes failing, sometimes confident, sometimes fraught with insecurities, sometimes crying, sometimes laughing but yet always emerging a winner! The cast received accolades from several critics, notably the performances of Sama Sikandar and Amit Jain.


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