Pavitra Rishta

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Pavitra Rishta
Pavitra Rishta Logo.jpg
Logo of Pavitra Rishta
Also known as 'Pavitra Rishta... Tere Mere Bandhan Ka'
Genre Indian Soap Opera
Romance
Drama
Created by Balaji Telefilms
Vikatan Televistas
Based on Thirumathi Selvam
Developed by Ekta Kapoor
Written by

Original Story
S Kumaran

Story & Screenplay
R M Joshi, Gitangshu Dey
Dialogues
Shirish Latkar
Directed by Ravindra Gautam
Muzammil G.Desai
Kushal Zaveri
Jignesh Vaishnav
V.G.Roy
Ajay Veermal
Jafar Sheikh
Sangieta Rao
Partho Mitra
Sameer Kulkarni
Bhavin Thakkar
Vicky Chauhan
Creative director(s)

Creative Head
Doris Dey, Tanushree Dasgupta, Sukriti Saxena & Meghana Amal

asso. Creative Head
Tasneem Mehta, Shibhani Dasgupta
Starring See Below
Theme music composer Sunil Singh
Devendra Kafir
Opening theme "Pavitra Rishta" by Keka Ghoshal
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi,
Marathi and
English
No. of episodes 1424[1]
Production
Producer(s) Ekta Kapoor
Shobha Kapoor
Location(s) Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Cinematography Suhas Shirodkar
Rajan Singh
Editor(s) Vikas Sharma
Vishal Sharma
Manas Majumdar
Camera setup Multi-Camera
Running time 24 minutes
Production company(s) Balaji Telefilms
Distributor Zee Entertainment Enterprises
Release
Original network Zee TV
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release 1 July 2009 – 24 October 2014
External links
Official Website
Production website

Pavitra Rishta (English: Sacred Ties) was an Indian soap opera produced by Ekta Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms, that aired on Zee TV. Its initial concept is an adaptation from south Indian Tamil serial Thirumathi Selvam.[2]

Plot summary[edit]

Pavitra Rishta is the love story of a couple, Manav Deshmukh (Sushant Singh Rajput), who is a garage mechanic and earns money for his lower middle-class family and Archana Karanjkar(Ankita Lokhande), the partially educated, eldest daughter in her family of five and focuses on their difficulties in getting married and living in Mumbai. Manav falls in love with Archana which culminates into his marriage with her, but the marriage is broken off when Sulochana discovers that he lied about his credentials in order to marry Archana, as a result of this, they start living separately, and are heading for a divorce shortly, meanwhile the Deshmukh family receives a shock from their son Sachin's death and Manav is forced to marry his pregnant fiancee Shravani (Pooja Pihal), a year passes by, Archana has completed her training and as a co-incidence returns as Manav's boss in his new office, this time she is paired with her colleage Jaywant, Both Archana and Manav, supposed to be married off to different partners at this time are still longing for each other's love and thus, elope. Manav and Archana are rebuked for this and left on the road to fend for themselves. After struggling with poverty and the grief of Archana's miscarriage, Manav's fate smiles at him and he becomes a rich successful businessman, but Savita Tai's new found jelousy towards Archana makes her a barrier between him and Archana, she hatches a plot and separates them, she askes Sachin to make Archana sign the divorce papers. Manav (Hiten Tejwani) thinks that Archana has left him, and so he leaves for Canada with his family and twin daughters Ovi and Tejaswini and Archana lives in India with her mother and adopted daughter Purvi.

After a leap of 18 years, Archana and Manav are about to be divorced and are forced to live together as part of the Court procedure. They eventually unite and also find their long lost son, Soham, who had been kidnapped by Varsha, Soham's apparent death had been the final nail on the coffin on Manav-Archana's relationship. It seemed that Varsha and Soham had been dead for 18 years but actually she and Soham had escaped death. Later on, Varsha makes Soham believe that his parents Manav and Archana don't care about him and that she's the one that cares about him. Later on Varsha gives Soham back to his parents. The story also leads to a love triangle between both Manav's daughters, Purvi and Ovi, who love Arjun Kirloskar, Manav's business partner's son, who loves Purvi, and eventually marries her, but then Ovi says she wants to marry him, so she does and Purvi gets heartbroken.

The show takes yet another generation leap of 20 years, repeating the separation track by showing Arjun and Purvi as a to-be divorced couple and a love triangle between Soham's (aka Raghav Mhatre) daughter Ankita, against Arjun's daughter Pari (aka Ahaana) and business tycoon Naren Karmarkar (aka Aman).

After a long time, Ankita and Naren reunite as do Arjun and Purvi. Pari eventually apologies for all she's done and the family comes together. The show ends with Archana and Manav's death as they are united in Heaven.

Cast[edit]

  • Ankita Lokhande as Archana Manohar Karanjkar (Archu)/ Archana Manav Deshmukh/ Antika Soham Manav Deshmukh/ Ankita Naren Karmarkar (double role)
  • Sushant Singh Rajput/Hiten Tejwani as Manav Damodar Deshmukh
  • Asha Negi as Purvi Manav Deshmukh/ Purvi Arjun Kirloskar/ Purvi Onir Dutt
  • Rithvik Dhanjani as Arjun Digvijay Kirloskar
  • Karan Mehra as Naren Shirish Karmarkar (Aman)
  • Ruhee Bagga as Pari Arjun Kirloskar/ Pari Naren Karmarkar (Ahaana)
  • Shruti Kanwar as Ovi Manav Deshmukh/ Ovi Arjun Kirloskar
  • Shakti Arora as Dr. Onir Dutt
  • Ankit Narang as Soham Manav Deshmukh (Raghav Mhatre)
  • Karishma Sharma as Pia Arjun Kirloskar
  • Usha Nadkarni as Savita Damodar Deshmukh
  • Savita Prabhune as Sulochana Manohar Karanjkar
  • Sumit Arora as Dharmesh Jaipurwala
  • Swati Anand as Manjusha Vinod Karanjkar
  • Puru Chibber/Anubhav Srivastava as Sachin Sachin Deshmukh/ Sachin Manav Deshmukh, (Sachu)
  • Parag Tyagi as Vinod Manohar Karanjkar
  • Ajay Wadhavkar as Damodar Deshmukh
  • Ajay Rohila/Kishori Govind Mahabole as Manohar Karanjkar
  • Raj Singh as Sachin Damodar Deshmukh (Sachu)
  • Priya Marathe as Varsha Satish Deshpande/ ( Jhumri)
  • Anurag Sharma as Satish Mohan Deshpande
  • Yamini Thakur as Vandita Ajit Lokhande
  • Prabhat Bhattacharya/Pankaj Vishnu as Ajit Lokhande
  • Smita Oak as Rasika Lokhande
  • Aparna Dixit as Mansi Shashank Kamble (Manu)
  • Prarthana Behere/Madhumita Das as Vaishali Dharmesh Jaipurwala
  • Pooja Pillai as Shravani Mahade/ Shravani Sachin Deshmukh
  • Anil Mishra as Girish Mahade
  • Sunil Ghodse as Vishwasrao Deshmukh
  • Manasi Salvi as Ashna Digvijay Kirloskar
  • Naved Aslam as Digvijay Kirloskar ( DK)
  • Shalini Arora as Bhavna Mohan Deshpande
  • Karan Sharma as Sunny Mukesh Khandeshi
  • Mrinalini Tyagi as Tejaswini Manav Deshmukh (Teju)
  • Manish Naggdev as Shashank Kamble
  • Nishant Raghuwanshi as Prashant Soham Deshmukh ( Prashant Raghav Mhatre)
  • Jia Mustafa as Poornina Mittal (Punni)
  • Irfan Razaa Khan as Prakash
  • Karan Suchak as Shekhar Gupta
  • Sheeba Chadha as Rushali Shirish Karmarkar
  • Ranjeet Singh as Raunak Shirish Karmarkar
  • Shivani Tomar as Ruchita Vinod Karanjkar (Ruchi)
  • Sehgal as Ria Gupta
  • Mahesh Shetty as Jaywant Rane
  • Mansi Sharma as Neena Sachin Deshmukh
  • Divjot Sabarwal as Madhuri Dharmesh Jaipurwala
  • Savita Shivaskar as Sundri
  • Niveen A Ramani as Gaurav Sachin Deshmukh
  • Sumukhi Pendsey as Sunanda Karmarkar
  • Vikrant Chaturvedi as Shirish Karmarkar
  • Rashul Tandon as Aniket Dharmesh Jaipurwala
  • Mukul Harish as Ranvijay
  • Pawan Mahendru as Mohan Deshpande
  • Amit Sareen as Ashwin Sagar
  • Ashlesha Sawant as Urmila Ashwin Sagar
  • Sujata Vaishnav as Mrs. Jaipurwala
  • Minal Mogam as Kinnari Raunak Karmarkar
  • Kreesha Shah as Sonu Soham Deshmukh ( Sonu Raghav Mhatre)
  • Akash Nath as Pranav Soham Deshmukh (Pranav Raghav Mhatre)
  • Jinal Jain as Pushti Sachin Deshmukh
  • Anuradha Namdar as Charulata
  • Ketki Dave as Snehlata Mukesh Khandeshi
  • Eva Shirali as Swati
  • Mark Parakh as Jignesh Mukesh Khandeshi

Reception[edit]

The show had a welcoming opening, and huge popularity before and even after the first generation leap. It lost its appeal after its second generation leap in October 2013 after which Ankita Lokhande played double roles, that of Grandmother Archana and her granddaughter Ankita. She was cast opposite Karan Mehra. The show's time slot was changed from 21:00 to 18:30 in April 2014 and the 21:00 slot was taken by Kumkum Bhagya, also produced by Ekta Kapoor.[3]

Accolades[edit]

Pavitra Rishta received several awards and nominations. Lokhande and Rajput received multiple awards for their roles Archana and Manav in the Best Actress and Best Actor categories, as has Nadkarni in the Best Negative Actress category and Ekta Kapoor in the Best Serial category.

Year Award Category Recipient Role Result
2009 Indian Telly Awards Most Popular Actress In A Supporting Role Savita Prabhune Sulochana Karanjkar Won [4]
Most Popular Fresh New Face (Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh Nominated [5]
Most Popular Actor(Male) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh
Most Popular Daily Serial Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
2010 Seoul International Drama Awards Special Jury Award Ekta Kapoor Producer Won[6][7]
2010 Kalakar Awards Best Television Actor(Male) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh Won[8]
Best Television Actor(Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh
Best Television Show Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta Nominated[8]
2010 Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actor Popular(Male) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh Won[9]
GR8 Face Of The Year(Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh
2010 Indian Telly Awards Most Popular Drama Series Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta Won [10]
Best Actress In A Negative Role(Popular) Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh Nominated[10]
Best Actress In A Supporting Role(Popular) Savita Prabhune Sulochana Karanjkar
Best Actress In A Lead Role(Popular) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh
Best Actor In A Lead Role(Popular) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh
Best Daily Serial Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
Best Continuing TV Programme Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
Best Story Writer Rajesh Joshi Crew
2010 Zee Gold Awards Best TV Show ruling TRP Charts of The Year Pavitra Rishta Team Pavitra Rishta Won
Best TV Actor(Male) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Damodar Deshmukh
Best TV Debut(Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Manav Deshmukh
Best TV Actor for Negative Role (Female) Usha Nadkarni Savita Damodar Deshmukh
2010 BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining TV Actor(Male) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh Won[11]
Most Entertaining TV Actor(Female) Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh Nominated[11]
Most Entertaining Television Show(Fiction) Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
2011 Apsara Awards Best TV Actor (Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh Won[12]
2011 Lions Gold Awards Best TV Actor(Male) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh Won[13]
Best TV Actor(Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh
Best TV Actress in Negative Role Swati Anand Manjusha Karanjkar
Best TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
2011 BIG Television Awards Favourite Teekha Character Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh Won[14]
Favourite Meetha Character Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh
Favourite Namkeen Character Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh Nominated[14]
Favourite Garma Garam Jodi Sushant Singh Rajput and Ankita Lokhande Manav and Archana Deshmukh
Favourite Dulara Character(Male) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh
Favourite Dulara Character(Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh
2011 FICCI Frames Excellence Honours Best TV Actor(Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh Nominated[15]
Best TV Actor(Male) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh Won[15][16]
Best TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
2011 Zee Gold Awards Best Supporting Actor(Female)-Popular Savita Prabhune Sulochana Karanjkar Won[17]
Best Negative Actor(Female)-Popular Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh
Best TV Actor(Male)-Popular Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh
Best TV Actor(Female)-Popular Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh
Best TV Show Of The Year Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
Best Negative Actor(Female)-Critics Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh Nominated[18]
Best Supporting Actor(Female)-Critics Savita Prabhune Sulochana Karanjkar
Best Celebrity Jodi Sushant Singh Rajput and Ankita Lokhande Manav and Archana Deshmukh
2011 Indian Television Academy Awards The GR8! Laurel For Ensemble Acting 2011 Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta Won[19]
2011 BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining TV Actor(Male) Sushant Singh Rajput Manav Deshmukh Nominated[20]
Most Entertaining TV Actor(Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh
Most Entertaining Television Show(Fiction) Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
2012 Indian Telly Awards Best Television Personality (Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh Won[21]
Best Actress In A Negative Role(Popular) Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh Nominated[21]
Best Actress In A Lead Role(Popular) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh
Best Actor In A Lead Role(Popular) Hiten Tejwani Manav Deshmukh
Best Onscreen Couple Sushant Singh Rajput and Ankita Lokhande Manav and Archana Deshmukh
Best Daily Serial Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
Best Continuing TV Programme Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
Best Drama Series Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
Best Story Writer Rajesh Joshi Crew
Best Actress In A Negative Role(Jury) Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh
Best Actor In A Negative Role(Jury) Sumit Arora Dharmesh Jaipurwala
2012 Zee Gold Awards Best Actor(Female) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh Won[22]
Stellar Performer Of The Year Asha Negi Purvi Deshmukh
Best Actress in Negative Role (Critics) Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh
Best Actor(Male) Hiten Tejwani Manav Deshmukh Nominated[22]
Best Supporting Actor (Female) Savita Prabhune Sulochana Karanjkar
Best Negative Actor (Male) Puru Chibber Sachin Deshmukh
Gold Debut In A Lead Role (Female) Asha Negi Purvi Deshmukh
Gold Debut In A Lead Role (Male) Rithvik Dhanjani Arjun Kirloskar
Best Television Show Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
2012 People's Choice Awards India Favourite Most Good Looking Onscreen Jodi Hiten Tejwani and Ankita Lokhande Manav and Archana Deshmukh Nominated[23]
Favourite TV Drama Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
2013 Indian Telly Awards Best Actor In A Supporting Role Rithvik Dhanjani Arjun Kirloskar Won[24]
Best Make-Up Artist Abdul Rehman Shaikh Crew
Best Fresh New Face(Female) Asha Negi Purvi Dutt Nominated[24]
Best Onscreen Couple Rithvik Dhanjani and Asha Negi Arjun Kirloskar and Purvi Dutt
Best Daily Serial Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
Best Continuing TV Programme Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
2013 Zee Gold Awards Best Actress In Comic Role (Critics) Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh Won[25]
Gold Producer’s Honour
for Completing 1000 episodes
Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
Best Actress (Popular) Ankita Lokhande Archana Deshmukh Nominated[25]
Best Celebrity Jodi Rithvik Dhanjani and Asha Negi Arjun Kirloskar and Purvi Dutt
Best TV Show (Fiction) Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta
Best Actor in Supporting Role Shakti Arora Dr Onir Dutt
2014 Star Guild Awards Best Actress in Leading Role Ankita Lokhande Ankita Mahatre Won[26]
Best Continuing Show of The Year Ekta Kapoor Pavitra Rishta Nominated[27]
Zee Gold Awards Best Actress In Comic Role (Popular) Usha Nadkarni Savita Deshmukh Nominated[28]
Best Actor In Comic Role (Popular) Karan Mehra Naren Karmarkar
Best Actress (Critics) Ankita Lokhande Ankita Karmarkar

Broadcast[edit]

  • In Vietnam, the show was broadcast on Vietnam Television and HuongVietTV [1] under the name "Tình yêu và định mệnh".
  • The show is dubbed in English at Zee Studios South Africa and is Aire from Monday to Friday under the name Scared Ties On Zee World.[29]
  • The show currently aries on Apna Television in New Zealand with English subtitles, Mon–Fri 9:00pm.
  • The Show is dubbed in French and broadcast in the Southern African region and Mascareignes Island on Zee Magic.[30]
  • It is also broadcast in Mauritius on MBC 2 and its sister channel MBC Digital 4 .
  • In Indonesia, the show was broadcast on antv under name "Archana Mencari Cinta" (Archana Searching Love)[31]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Watch Online: Episode 1424 of Pavitra RIshta
  2. ^ Hindi remake of South Indian shows - Times Of India
  3. ^ "Pavitra Rishta to see a time slot change". 
  4. ^ Winners of 9th Indian Telly Awards, 2009
  5. ^ Nominees of 9th Indian Telly Awards, 2009
  6. ^ "Pavitra Rishta bags International Honour". Hindustantimes.com. 2010-10-06. Retrieved 2016-04-06. 
  7. ^ "Winners of Seoul International Drama Awards 2010". Retrieved 2016-04-06. 
  8. ^ a b Winners & Nominees of Kalakar Awards 2010
  9. ^ Winners of 10th Indian Television Academy Awards 2010
  10. ^ a b Winners & Nominations of 10th Indian Telly Awards, 2010
  11. ^ a b Nominees & Winners of Big Star Entertainment Awards, 2010
  12. ^ List of Winners of Apsara Awards 2011
  13. ^ Winners of Lions Gold Awards 2011
  14. ^ a b Nominees & Winners of Big Television Awards, 2011
  15. ^ a b Nominees & Winners of FICCI Frames Excellence Honours, 2011
  16. ^ Winners of FICCI Frames Excellence Honours 2011
  17. ^ Winners List: 4th Boroplus Gold Awards, 2011
  18. ^ Nominees of 4th Boroplus GOld Awards, 2011
  19. ^ Winners of 11th Indian Television Academy Awards, 2011
  20. ^ Nominees of Big Star Entertainment Awards, 2011
  21. ^ a b Winners & Nominations of 11th Indian Telly Awards, 2012
  22. ^ a b Winners & Nominees of 5th Boroplus Gold Awards, 2012
  23. ^ Nominees & Winners List of People's Choice Awards India, 2012
  24. ^ a b Winners & Nominations of 12th Indian Telly Awards, 2013
  25. ^ a b Nominees & Winners of 6th Boroplus Gold Awards, 2013
  26. ^ Ankita Lokhande from Pavitra Rishta wins Best Actress at Star Guild Awards
  27. ^ Nominees of Star Guild Awards 2014
  28. ^ Nominees & Winners of 7th Boroplus Gold Awards, 2014
  29. ^ "ZEE World TV - Home". www.zeeworld.tv. Retrieved 2016-05-19. 
  30. ^ "Zee Magic TV - Accueil". www.zeemagic.tv. Retrieved 2016-05-19. 
  31. ^ http://www.wowkeren.com/berita/tampil/00114011.html

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