Char Divas Sasuche (TV series)

Char Divas Sasuche (transl. Four days of a mother-in-law) is an Indian Marathi-language soap opera that aired on ETV Marathi (now Colors Marathi). It is the second longest running Indian serial with over 3,200 episodes. It premiered on November 2001 and ended on 5th January 2013. It was directed by Khalil Herekar under the banner of Arshh films.[1][2]

Char Divas Sasuche
GenreFamily drama
Written byAbhijeet Pednekar
Directed byKhalil Herekar
StarringRohini Hattangadi
Kavita Lad
Composer(s)Kaushal Inamdar
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Marathi
No. of episodes3,200
Production
Producer(s)Naresh Borde
Khalil Herekar
Production location(s)Maharashtra
Running time20–22 minutes
Production company(s)Arshh Films
Release
Original networkETV Marathi (now Colors Marathi)
Original releaseNovember 2001 (2001-11) 
5 January 2013 (2013-01-05)
External links
Arshh Films official website

This Marathi serial entered the Limca Book of World Records as the longest-running series on Indian television. This serial created an history in the Indian Television by becoming the first Indian serial across the other languages to cross both 2000 and 3000 episodes and ran for 11 years.[3]

Plot

Ashalata and Anuradha, the pillars of the Deshmukh family, who have been portrayed as an ideal women, deals with life practically and fights it out when necessary as they strived for the well being of their family.

It is the saga of human relationships around the Deshmukh family - tales of love and hate, losses and victories, good and evil, strength and perseverance.[4]

Cast

Reception and impact

It was one of the top rated serial of Marathi during its run period.[7] It was because of this soap opera, ETV Marathi gained immense popularity across Maharashtra.[8][9]

The serial have beaten many of the mega Hindi serials of various channels in the 8 pm to 8.30 pm slot. The serial has even beaten Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi.[10]

References

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