Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai

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Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
Yeh Rishta Kya Kehkata HaiTitle Screen.jpg
GenreSoap opera
Created byDirector's Kut Productions
Written by
Directed by
  • Romesh Kalra
  • Rishi Mandial
  • Ram Pandey
Creative director(s)Vivek Bahl
Opening themeYeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons65 (as per Hotstar)
No. of episodes2,890
Executive producer(s)Vivek Jain
Producer(s)Rajan Shahi
Production location(s)Udaipur
Hong Kong
Cape Town
CinematographyArjuni Rao
Editor(s)Sameer Gandhi
Camera setupMulti Camera
Running time21 minutes (approx.)
Original networkStar Plus
Picture format576i
HDTV 1080i
Original release12 January 2009 (2009-01-12) –
Related showsYeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke
External links

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai (lit. What is this relationship called?) is a Hindi-Language television drama airing on weekdays on Star Plus. It premiered on 12 January 2009 and is one of the longest running Indian television series.[1] The show is produced by Rajan Shahi under the banner Director's Kut Productions. It starred Hina Khan and Karan Mehra, and 2016 onward, features Shivangi Joshi and Mohsin Khan in lead roles. In March 2019, the series led to the creation of a spin-off titled "Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke", starring Rhea Sharma and Shaheer Sheikh.


Vishambharnath and Rajshri Maheshwari arrange their 20 year old daughter Akshara's wedding to Naitik Singhania, a 24 year old businessman hailing from a traditional Marwari joint family based in Udaipur. The series follows the course of Akshara and Naitik's lives as they adjust as a married couple, become parents of young children and look after their extended families.

3 years after their marriage Akshara gives birth to Naksh, her son with Naitik; and a year later, Naitik falls into coma due an accident.

Four years later

Four years later, Naitik recovers from coma and returns to the family. Then he initially struggles to gain acceptance from his son, Naksh; however, is supported by Akshara to win over Naksh. Meanwhile, Naitik's mother Gayatri dies and his father Raj Shekhar marries a divorcee Devyani, who has two children from her previous marriage.

Parallel story arcs

Parallel with Akshara and Naitik's story, the lives of their respective siblings also formed significant story arcs in the series. Sub-plots have been developed around the lives of Naitik's sisters Nandini and Rashmi. The series has also focused on Naitik's step-siblings, and has dealt with Akshara's elder brother Shaurya's love story with her best friend Varsha.

2 years pass-by like this, and when Mahendra Pratap (Naitik's uncle) dies, his widow and Naitik's aunt Kaveri blames Akshara for the same and kicks her out of the house. Naitik, Akshara, Naksh and newborn Naira (Akshara and Naitik's daughter) leave their extended family.

12 years later

Within 2 years after parting from his family, Naitik relocates himself, his wife and his children to Australia and the family has been living in Cape Town for the past ten years. A 19 year old Naksh returns to Udaipur and counsels his grand aunt, whom he convinces to forgive Akshara, pointing out her innocence; and thus the family returns to their original home. Naksh falls in love with Tara and wedding plans are made, but she breaks up with him only minutes before the ceremony. One and a half years pass-by, and teenage Naira runs away from Akshara over some disappointment, and lives in Rishikesh for the next 4 and a half years.

Four and a half years later

When Akshara is finally able to find and resolve her differences with Naira, she returns to her family. Soon a love triangle forms between Naira, her cousin Gayu and Naitik's employee Kartik. Kartik loves Naira and confesses his love to her. Naira considers setting aside her feelings so Gayu can be happy, but after unexpected help from her teenage step-cousin Mishti, Naira truly realizes and confesses her love to Kartik.

Later, Akshara dies in a car accident and a drunk Kartik is blamed, dividing the families (the Singhanias and the Goenkas), but Naira proves his innocence and her family accepts him. Both Naira and Kartik's families arrange their wedding, as Kartik-Naira aka "Kaira" marry. Kartik stayed away from his family because he thinks that his father Manish and stepmother Suvarna were responsible for his mother Soumya's death; but after marriage, Naira makes it clear to Kartik that his mother had mental disorder and Manish-Suvarna were not responsible for her suicide.

Later it is revealed that Kartik's cousin, Mansi was responsible for Akshara's death. Kartik-Naira later work together to help his sister Keerti gain a divorce from her abusive husband. Thereafter, after initially facing pressure from the family, Naksh falls in love with and marries Keerti. Kartik-Naira and Naksh-Keerti go to Greece for their honeymoon.

It is revealed that Kartik has a stepbrother Shubham (Manish and Suvarna's son). He has hatred for Kartik as Suvarna had abandoned him when he was born, for Kartik. Kartik and Naira bring him into the family and win his love. Kartik reconciles with his parents. Naira faces pregnancy complications and undergoes surgery. Later, Shubham becomes a drug addict and when Naira comes to know of his drug addiction, he requests her to hide the truth from the family. Shubham soon dies of drug abuse, and Suvarna and Kartik hold Naira responsible for not telling them about Shubham's drug addiction within time. Kartik tells Naira to leave the house until Suvarna recovers from her pain, but Naira misunderstands Kartik thinking that he does not love and trust her. Naira meets with an accident.

Two years later

Two years pass, Naira and Kartik stay separated. Naira along with Naitik has shifted to Mumbai, where completes her studies in college. Meanwhile, Suvarna has developed hatred towards Naira and wants to make Kartik marry his childhood friend Aashi. Manish sends Kartik to Mumbai for his college project. Kartik and Naira meet each other as a guest professor and his student respectively. Coincidentally, they become neighbors. Initially, they fight with each other but soon start realizing their love.

Suvarna comes to know that Kartik-Naira are together in Mumbai and meets with an accident. Seeing Suvarna's hatred for her and Kartik's pain, Naira gives divorce papers to Kartik. Unwillingly, Kartik also agrees and during Mansi and Anmol's (Naira's cousin's) wedding, Kartik-Naira get divorced. Soon after, Kartik-Naira realize their mistakes and mutual love; and after seeking one another's apology, they want to get remarried but their families disagree. Keerti gets pregnant.

Naira discovers that she has a brain clot and may lose her memory or die. She tells Suvarna to make Kartik marry some other girl so that he forgets Naira and moves on in life. Suvarna finally realizes her wrongdoings and tells Kartik the truth. Kartik enacts that he is marrying Aashi but later reveals his drama when Naira realizes that her decision was wrong. Singhanias and Goenkas agree for the wedding but, Naira's health worsens. The doctor tells Kartik that Naira has to undergo surgery the next day. Naira requests Kartik to marry her before surgery and Kaira finally gets remarried. Naira's surgery is successful. Kartik brings Naira back to Goenka house.

Manish's cousin Samarth tries to create differences between Manish and Akhilesh to take revenge from Suhasini. Kartik-Naira reunite the family and make Samarth a part of the Goenka family. After a big reunion event of the family named 'Rishton ka Utsav', Naira gets pregnant.

Four months later, Kartik-Naira and Naksh-Keerti meet with a car accident after which Naira undergoes premature delivery, but her baby dies. Elsewhere Keerti slips into coma and delivers a baby boy. Kartik hands over Keerti's baby Krish to Naira on seeing Naira and Keerti's conditions. During the naming ceremony, Keerti regains her consciousness after which whole family comes to know about the child swap and confronts Kartik, while Naira loses her memory. An infuriated Naksh doesn't want Naira-Kartik to unite again and separates them.

Naira returns to her maiden home and joins dance classes where Sid alias Kartik befriends her and makes her fall in love with him once again, despite Naira not remembering any past events. Naksh tries to get into talks of Naira's marriage with his friend, however, with Naira's cousins Mishti and Kuhu's help, Naira and Kartik are able to convince him and the family that their happiness lies with each other. Later amid Holi celebration Naira regains her memory.

Suhasini's brother Puru's lewd behavior irks Naira, while Gayu gets pregnant with her friend Vivan's child, however Vivan dies all of a sudden, leaving Gayu heartbroken. Later, Samarth (Kartik's younger paternal uncle) proposes to marry and accept Gayu with her child.


Amarnath Maheshwari

mentioned only

Bhairavi Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Vineeta Malik

Vishambharnath Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Sanjeev Seth

Rajshri Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Lata Sabharwal

Omkarnath Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Manu Malik

Sunaina Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Neelima Taddepalli

Shaurya Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Ather Habib
Yash Gera
Samir Sharma

Varsha Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Pooja Joshi

Akshara Singhania (née Maheshwari)

portrayed by :
Hina Khan

Naitik Singhania

portrayed by :
Karan Mehra
Vishal Singh

Anshuman Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Aman Sharma
Dheeraj Gumbar

Jasmeet Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Shirin Sewani
Soniya Kaur

Ananya Sharma (née Maheshwari)

portrayed by :
Akshaya Naik
Young Ananya
portrayed by
Nairtiya Chandola

Kuhu Maheshwari

Sneha's biological daughter

Shaurya and Varsha's adoptive daughter

portrayed by :
Kaveri Priyam
Teenage Kuhu
portrayed by
Yamini Makwana
Young Kuhu
portrayed by
Harbhanda Kaur

Naksh Singhania

portrayed by :
Rohan Mehra
Rishi Dev
Shehzad Shaikh;
Young Naksh
portrayed by
Shivansh Kotia
Baby Naksh
portrayed by

Naira Goenka (née Singhania)

portrayed by :
Shivangi Joshi
Teenage Naira
portrayed by
Ashnoor Kaur
Baby Naira
portrayed by
Mishka Jain

Mishti Maheshwari
(originally :
Mishti Agarwal)

Naman and Karishma's biological daughter

Vishambharnath and Rajshri's adoptive daughter

portrayed by :
Rhea Sharma
Young and
Teenage Mishti
portrayed by
Aarna Sharma

Nishank "Nannu" Maheshwari

portrayed by :
Apurva Jyotir
Young Nannu
portrayed by
Khushmeet Gill

Ranveer Sharma

portrayed by :
Arjun Kohli

Keerti Singhania (née Goenka)

portrayed by :
Mohena Singh

Kartik Goenka

portrayed by :
Mohsin Khan


  • Karan Mehra/Vishal Singh as Naitik Singhania; Gayatri and Raj Shekhar's son, Akshara's husband, Naksh and Naira's father (2009–16) / (2016 – present)[2]
  • Hina Khan as Akshara Singhania; Vishambharnath and Rajshri's daughter, Naitik's wife, Naksh and Naira's mother (2009–16) [3]
  • Mohsin Khan as Kartik Goenka; Naira's husband, Manish and Soumya's son (2016 – present)[4]
  • Shivangi Joshi as Naira Goenka; Kartik's wife, Akshara and Naitik's daughter (2016 – present)[5]
  • Rohan Mehra / Rishi Dev / Shehzad Shaikh as Naksh Singhania; Keerti's husband, Akshara and Naitik's son, Naira's elder brother (2015–16) / (2017–18) / (2019 – present)
  • Mohena Singh as Keerti Singhania; Naksh's wife, Kartik's sister (2016 – present)


  • Ritvik Arora as Kunal Rajvansh – Meenakshi's younger son; Abeer's younger brother (2019–present)
  • Kaveri Priyam as Kuhu Maheshwari – Naira's cousin, Shaurya-Sneha's daughter (2019 – present)
  • Medha Jambotakar as Kaveri Singhania – Naitik's elder aunt, Nandini's mother, Naira's paternal grandaunt (2009–present)
  • Kshitee Jog as Devyani Singhania – Raj Shekhar's Second wife, Naira's younger paternal grandmother (2014–present)
  • Sandeep Mehta as Raj Shekhar Singhania – Naitik's father, Naira's paternal grandfather (2009–2018)
  • Shivansh Kotia as Young Naksh Singhania (2012–15)
  • Sonali Verma as Gayatri Singhania – Raj Shekhar's First wife, Naitik-Rashmi's mother, Naira's paternal grandmother (2009–13) (Dead)
  • Sanjai Gandhi / Abhijeet Lahiri as Mahendra Pratap Singhania – Kaveri's husband, Nandini's father, Naitik's elder uncle (2009–12) / (2012–15) (Dead)
  • Kirti Sually as Baisa – Naitik's paternal aunt, Naira's paternal grandaunt (2010–18)
  • Kanchi Singh/Deblina Chatterjee as Gayatri Deora; Naira's cousin, Rashmi and Nikhil's daughter, Sameer's step-daughter (2016–17) / (2018 – present)
    • Kristina Patel as Teenage Gayatri Deora (2015–16)
  • Parul Chauhan as Suvarna Goenka – Keerti-Kartik's Stepmother, Naira's mother-in-law (2016 – present)[6]
  • Sachin Tyagi as Manish Goenka – Keerti-Kartik's father (2016 – present)[7]
  • Swati Chitnis as Suhasini Goenka – Kartik's paternal grandmother (2016 – present)
  • Ashnoor Kaur as Teenage Naira Singhania (2015–16)
  • Mishka Jain as Baby Naira Singhania (2015)
  • Ali Hassan as Akhilesh Goenka – Kartik's paternal uncle (2016–present)
  • Bani as Baby Naksh Singhania (2011–12)
  • Shilpa Raizada as Surekha Goenka – Akhilesh's wife, Kartik's paternal aunt (2016 – present)
  • Shreshth Saxena as Luv Goenka – Kartik's cousin, Akhilesh's Surekha's twin son (2016 – present)
  • Shubh Saxena as Kush Goenka – Kartik's cousin, Akhilesh's Surekha's twin son (2016 – present)
  • Yamini Makwana as Teenage Kuhu Maheshwari (2016–17)
  • Harbhanfda Kaur as Young Kuhu Maheshwari (2016)
  • Samir Onkar as Samarth Goenka – Kartik's paternal uncle (2018 – present)
  • Tiya Gandwani as Priyanka – Kartik's maternal aunt (Masi) (2017–2018) (2019 – present)
  • Gaurav Wadhwa as Shubham Goenka – Kartik's Step-brother, Suvarna and Manish's son (Dead) (2017–18)
  • Lata Sabharwal as Rajshri Maheshwari – Akshara's mother, Naira's maternal grandmother (2009 – present)
  • Sanjeev Seth as Vishambharnath Maheshwari – Akshara's father, Naira's maternal grandfather (2009–17) (2018 – present)
  • Pooja Joshi as Varsha Maheshwari – Akshara's friend, Shaurya's wife, Ananya-Kuhu's mother, Naira's maternal aunt (2009–17) (2018 – present)
  • Ather Habib / Yash Gera / Samir Sharma as Shaurya Maheshwari – Akshara's brother, Varsha's husband, Ananya-Kuhu's father, Naira's maternal uncle (2009–13) / (2013–17) / (2019 – present) [8]
  • Akshaya Naik as Ananya Sharma – Naira's cousin, Varsha-Shaurya's daughter, Ranveer's wife (2015–17) (2018)
    • Nairtiya Chandola as Young Ananya Maheshwari (2012–15)
  • Arjun Kohli as Ranveer Sharma – Ananya's husband (2016–17) (2018)
  • Manu Malik as Omkarnath Maheshwari – Akshara's younger uncle, Sunaina's husband, Anshuman's father (2009–16) (2018)
  • Neelima Taddepalli as Sunaina Maheshwari – Naira's maternal grand aunt, Akshara's aunt, Omkarnath's wife, Anshuman's mother (2009–17) (2018)
  • Aman Sharma / Dheeraj Gumbar as Anshuman Maheshwari – Akshara's cousin brother, Jasmeet's husband, Naira's maternal uncle (2009–16) / (2016)
  • Shirin Sewani as Jasmeet Maheshwari- Anshuman's wife, Naira's maternal aunt (2013–2016) (2018)
  • Apurva Jyotir as Nannu Maheshwari – Anshuman-Jasmeet's son, Naira's cousin (2016–17)
    • Khushmeet Gill as Young Nannu Maheshwari (2015–16)
  • Vineeta Malik as Bhairavi Maheshwari – Vishambharnath-Omkarnath's mother, Akshara's grandmother, Naira's maternal great grand mother (2009–17) (2018)
  • Nidhi Uttam as Nandini Agarwal – Kaveri-Mahendra Pratap's daughter, Mohit's wife, Yash-Anmol's mother, Naira's paternal aunt (2009 – present)
  • Ayush Agarwal / Shamik Abbas as Mohit Agarwal – Naitik's best friend, Nandini's husband, Naira's paternal uncle (2009–16) / (2016 – present)
  • Sanchit Sharma as Yash Agarwal – Naira's cousin, Nandini-Mohit's adopted son, Rose's husband (2015–17)
    • Ansh Kaul as Young Yash Agarwal (2012–15)
  • Sippora Zoutewelle as Rose Agarwal – Yash's wife (2016)
  • Karan Pahwa as Anmol Agarwal – Naira's cousin, Nandini-Mohit's son, Mansi's husband (2016) (2018–present)
  • Shreya Sharma / Vaishnavi Rao as Mansi Agarwal – Kartik's cousin, Akhilesh-Surekha's daughter, Anmol's wife (2016–2017) / (2018 – present)
  • Urmila Sharma / Sunita Rao as Rukmini Agarwal – Mohit's mother (2009–14) / (2014 – present)
  • Neha Saroopa as Rashmi Desai- Gayatri-Raj Shekhar's daughter, Naitik's sister, Nikhil-Sameer's wife, Gayu's mother (2009–16) (Dead)
  • Shravani Goswami as Rama Deora – Rashmi's mother in law, Nikhil's mother (2011–16) (2018)
  • Ashish Kapoor as Nikhil Deora – Rashmi's ex-husband (2011–12)
  • Mazher Sayed as Sameer Desai – Rashmi's second husband (2015)
  • Anshul Pandey / Jay Pathak as Naman Singhania – Suresh-Devyani's son, Raj's step son, Muskaan's brother, Karishma's husband, Mishti's father (2014–16) / (2019 – present) [9][10]
  • Priyanka Udhwani as Karishma Singhania – Naman's wife, Naira's aunt (2014–17)
  • Zarina Roshan Khan as Muskaan Awasthi – Suresh-Devyani's daughter, Naman's sister (2014–15)
  • Amit Dolawat as Alok Awasthi – Muskaan's husband (2009) / (2014–15)
  • Navika Kotia as Prerna Singhania – Singhania's adopted child (2013–14)
  • Amardeep Jha as Shankari – Akshara's match-maker (2009–16) (2018)
  • Roshan Khan as Gopi – Bhairavi's friend and maid (2009–14)
  • Anand Mani as Bhajinder Singh – Maheshwari's servant (2009–12)
  • Sunita Rajwar as Dhaniya Bhajinder Singh – Bajinder's wife (2009–12)
  • Rakesh Deewana as Maharaj – Singhania's ex-chef (2009–14)
  • Unknown as Girja – Singhania's maid (2011–16)
  • Unknown as Chitti Maharaj – Singhania's chef (2014–16)(2018)
  • Divya Bhatnagar as Gulabo- Singhania's maid (2009–11)
  • Ali Merchant as Rituraj – Naitik's cousin brother (2009; 2011–12)
  • Preeti Sharma as Bindiya – Rituraj's wife (2009)
  • Charu Asopa as Sneha – Naitik's employee, Kuhu's mother (2010)
  • Alpesh Gehlot as Samar – Akshara's admirer (2012)
  • Akanksha Kapil as Antara – Naitik's lover (2012)
  • Vaishali Takkar as Sanjana – Naksh's friend (2015–16)
  • Umang Jain as Tara Singh Shekhawat – Naksh's ex-fiancé (2015–16)
  • Alok Nath as Chandrabhan Singh Shekhawat – Tara's grandfather (2015–16)
  • Amal Sehrawat as Sangram Singh Shekhawat – Tara's brother (2015–16)
  • Shivam Agarwal as Aditya Singh Shekhawat – Tara's brother (2015–16)
  • Veena Jagtap as Nisha – Tara's friend (2016)
  • Sheetal Tiwari as Sukanya – Naira's friend (2016) (Dead)
  • Suzanne Bernert as Martha – Rose's mother (2016)[11][12]
  • Nupur Joshi as Soumya Goenka – Kartik-Keerti's mother, Manish's 1st wife (2017) (Dead)
  • Romit Sharma as Aditya Bansal – Karthik's former brother-in-law, Kirti's ex-husband (2017)[13]
  • Nikhil Sharma as Raghav – Naira's former friend (2017)[14]
  • Shravan Mehta as Kiran – Naira's dance partner and friend (2017)[15]
  • Bhuvan Chopra as Ratan – Rajshri's brother, Akshara's maternal uncle (2009)
  • Neha Sehgal as Payal – Akshara's friend (2011–15)
  • Sonal Shrivastava as Juhi – Naitik's employee (2014)
  • Fahad Ali as Vivaan – Gayu's school friend (2016)
  • Anurag Nigam as Ankit- Prerna's love interest (2013)
  • Aarna Sharma as Young Mishti Singhania (2015–17)
  • Rhea Sharma as Mishti Singhania – Naira's cousin, Naman-Karishma's daughter (2019 – present)
  • Shaheer Sheikh as Abir Rajvansh - Mishti's love interest (2019 – present)

Guest stars


Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai has had several crossover episodes with various shows. In 2009, the show had a connection with Sapna Babul Ka...Bidaai. In 2012, the show had a crossover episode with Diya Aur Baati Hum. In 2016, Diya Aur Baati Hum's lead actress Deepika Singh made an entry.


Due to Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai's popularity, a spin-off series has been produced - Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke, which portrays the life of Devyani's granddaughter and Naira's cousin sister, Mishti portrayed by Rhea Sharma.


The show is the third longest-running Indian television soap opera based on episode count. Hina Khan participated in the 'Power of 49' campaign, in which soap opera actors used their influence to urge women to vote.[18]

Shoma Munshi said the show has "simplicity and highly emotional content" and was noted for placing female characters in the historical tradition of a large joint family.[19]

Dubbed versions

The show was dubbed as Uravugal Thorarkadhai in Tamil on Star Vijay and as Pellante Noorella Panta in Telugu on Star Maa. The series airs internationally as Not Without My Family on Star Life.


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