Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam

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Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam
Created byCOLORS Creative Team
Developed byDeepak Panth
Written byRajita Sharma
Directed byNitin jindal
Creative director(s)Rajita Sharma
Shantanu Agrawal
Yami Gautam
Gaurav Khanna
Voices ofHarshwardhan Dixit
Opening theme"Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam"
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons01
No. of episodes161
Producer(s)Dheeraj Kumar
Zuby Kochchar
Production location(s)Mumbai
Editor(s)Rochak Ahuja
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running timeApprox. 24 minutes
Production company(s)Creative Eye Limited
Original networkColors TV
Picture format576i (SDTV)
Original release28 December 2009 (2009-12-28) –
2 September 2010 (2010-09-02)

Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam (English: This Love Will Not Diminish) was an Indian television series starring Yami Gautam which aired on the Colors channel Monday - Thursday at 9pm IST.[1] The story is inspired from 2009 Bollywood flick Delhi-6[2]

It is a love story between Abeer (Gaurav Khanna) and Leher (Yami Gautam). It is one of the shows that replaced Vodafone Presents Bigg Boss 3 after its grand finale, the other show being Laagi Tujhse Lagan. This serial is quite popular among young generation. This show ended on 2 September due to poor ratings in spite of good concept.[3][4]


This is the story of Abeer and Leher's love set against the background of caste politics and class differences. The story unfolds in the picturesque township in Lucknow where a Brahmin's son Abeer falls for a Kayasth's daughter Leher. The show portrays the often heard though never-seen-before love story of people from different castes battling their own families and the society in order to unite. The story plays on the popular adage, 'Love is blind' but is also a scathing critique on our country's obsession with caste and class.

Abeer Bajpayee comes from a very wealthy family and being the family's only son gives him the benefit of being the apple of everyone's eyes. He is a student at the local university pursuing a degree in law so that he can follow his father's foot steps. Everybody likes to follow Abeer because he is popular.

The Bajpayees have a Kayasth family, the Mathurs, as their neighbor. There is a rift between both the families because of a building construction (common wall) problem, while building their houses. Mr. Kulbhushan Mathur and his family is delighted to receive his elder brother, Mr. Brijbhushan Mathur, who works in the electricity department and is transferred to Lucknow. Brijbhushan is accompanied by his wife (played by Prachi Shah) whom he lovingly calls 'Dulhan' and his two daughters, Guddan (Leher) and Bittan.

Abeer sees Leher when she is moving her luggage from the truck into the house and is attracted towards her. He even helps her unload the truck without her taking any notice and while helping her, he picks up her payal which falls to the ground in the rush and keeps it with him. He is really smitten by her and tries to talk to her so that he can know her name but she only brushes him away whenever he tries to even attempt to talk to her. She even doesn't tell him her name, until he knows it from Bittan. Abeer helps Leher's family with a lot of things much to the dislike of his family thereby creating a rift between him and his family. After a lot of drama, Abeer and Leher get married to each other and the show progresses.



  1. ^ "Two-timing". Hindustan Times. 31 December 2009.
  2. ^ "'Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam' similar to Delhi 6'?". MSN Entertainment. 2009-12-18.
  3. ^ "Love Story: City's Yami Gautam is all set to fight for love in 'Yeh Pyaar Na Hoga Kam'". The Indian Express. 24 December 2009.
  4. ^ Sinha, Meenakshi (2 January 2010). "Soap story: Small-town localities are new flavour". The Times of India.

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