Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin is a contribution coming from Cockrow and Shaika Entertainment, helmed by Rajesh Ram Singh and Pradeep Kumar. Subsequent to giving the TV seeing crowd the charming show in Choti Sarrdaarni, the producers endeavor to show reasonable dramatization once more.
This show on Star Plus has Neil Bhatt, amateur Ayesha Singh and Aishwarya Sharma in the number one spot jobs.
The show is loaded up with numerous eminent craftsmen from the Marathi business. It likewise has a decent bundle of youthful entertainers.
The show we should state, has a decent mix of family esteems, love, dramatization and furthermore stays into the universe of culprits and the governmental issues included.
The Chavan family has an all around developed genealogy headed by the matron Bhavani Chavan, played by Kishori Shahane. At that point come Ninad Chavan and his better half Ashwini Chavan played by Shailesh Datar and Bharti Patil. We have entertainers Mridul Kumar and Sheetal Maulik as the other old couple in the house. Neil Bhatt otherwise known as Virat Chavan is the child of Ninad and Ashwini, while Samrat (Yogendra Vikram Singh) is the child of the girl of the house, Mansi. Mitali Nag plays the slow-witted girl of Bhavani Chavan.
The family has its own governmental issues, with Bhavani administering the house like the lady. Her late spouse Nagesh Chavan is the ideal icon and motivation to the family, having lost his life for the nation. Bhavani is totally focused and needs the more youthful age to go to the way appeared by her challenging spouse.
Appropriately, Virat is an IPS official who gets his first posting in Gadchiroli where there are enormous instances of wrongdoing and murdering. Samrat is in the Army and is similarly bold at work. So dauntlessness runs in the family, yet there is an odd one out too in the story.
Ninad Chavan who has additionally served the police has a mystery past identified with his work and demeanor wherein his one snapshot of cowardness while on a mission cost him profoundly. He guides his child Virat to not follow his way and presents him with the slug which was to murder his dad during that one not really fearless occurrence. This showing clears path for Virat to comprehend that obligation starts things out, above everything without exception!!
Virat who met Patralekha otherwise known as Pakhi (Aishwarya Sharma) at the Yoga Retreat has succumbed to her. The equivalent goes with Pakhi and their adoration admission was stopped by the abrupt obligation call that Virat got. Be that as it may, they guarantee to call one another and meet once more. In any case, shockingly, Virat loses Pakhi’s number and his telephone which put away her number is harmed. Then again, Pakhi gets Virat’s number and calls him precisely when he is on the job. Since he doesn’t perceive her with that one call, she is disturbed and accepts that he has failed to remember her. Fate’s call, or the producer’s call on the off chance that you feel that way!!
Cousin sibling Samrat who is home exactly when Virat leaves for obligation, gets a union proposal from Pakhi’s family. They get together and Pakhi who has now abandoned Virat being her veritable darling, gives her assent for marriage. Notwithstanding, she holds the agony of being relinquished in affection.
Going to the young lady, Sai played by Ayesha Singh is intrepid, keen and scholastically brilliant. A clincher looking for affirmations for her clinical examinations, Sai is committed to her dad who is a cop in Gadchiroli. Kamal Joshi played by Sanjay Narvekar loves his girl so especially that he is prepared to take VRS from work to go with his girl to Nagpur for her higher investigations. Their glad life is distrupted by the neighborhood gunda Jagtap Mane (Siddharth Bodke) who is fixated on Sai and needs to wed her. He follows her, communicates her adoration in the most irregular way that could be available and even makes inconvenience the dad and little girl. The conflict between Kamal Joshi and Jagtap winds up huge which may cost Sai sincerely later on. We realize that Kamal Joshi will be slaughtered by Jagtap and his dad.
Going to the idea, the creators have pushed on the affection that Sai and her dad share. For Sai, her reality is her dad. Yet, soon, her reality will undoubtedly come slamming down with the destruction of Kamal. That will launch the immense penance that Virat will make for his obligation. For Virat as well, work is love and he has been educated to think about his work first and keep it as his most extreme need. So he won’t reconsider prior to wedding Sai, which will drive him to move away from his first love, Pakhi.
The stage is totally set for the love penance and the affection triangle to launch. There will be massive dramatization without a doubt that will keep watchers engaged.
With the achievement of Choti Sarrdaarni, the producers know without a doubt how to push the beat as for the show remainder.
Going to the cast, it is an even arrangement of entertainers. Neil Bhatt glances incredibly encouraging in the part of Virat Chavan. The two young ladies, Ayesha and Aishwarya who are nearly low in experience are surely better than expected with regards to acting.
Sanjay Narvekar has been awesome in his job. Kishori Shahane in her own words is ‘pole’… Bharti Patil looks amazingly excellent here and her demeanors are first rate. Shailesh Datar gives an extremely controlled execution. Yogendra Vikram Singh is great as is Mitali Nag.
The show will gradually sack the crowd interest, as the street ahead will be loaded up with dramatization.
The solitary thing that pesters me is the way that the romantic tale of Virat and Pakhi doesn’t have a particularly solid base for vengeance to sneak in and spread its wings. Concurred, they met and experienced passionate feelings for from the start sight, yet is that supported to the degree of naming Virat a miscreant in adoration? Will Pakhi’s cynicism be supported? How about we trust that the account will stream!!