Daayan (TV series)

Daayan (English: Witch) is an Indian paranormal romance drama series created by Ekta Kapoor under Balaji Telefilms. It premiered on 15 December 2018 on &TV and stars Mohit Malhotra and Tina Datta in lead roles while Priya Bathija was cast as the titular daayan.[1]

Created byEkta Kapoor
Developed byEkta Kapoor
Written byStory
Amitabh Mishra
Veerendra Sahni
M.D. Jeeshan
Mahipal Saini
Ritu Goyal
Rechal Navare
Aparna Nadig
Directed byJitu Arora
Creative director(s)Chloe Ferns Qureshi
Riti Sahani
StarringPriya Bathija
Mohit Malhotra
Tina Datta
Theme music composerLalit Sen
Nawab Arzoo
Opening themeDaayan...
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes66
Producer(s)Ekta Kapoor
Shobha Kapoor
Editor(s)Vikas Sharma
Vishal Sharma
Sandip Bhatt
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time45 minutes
Production company(s)Balaji Telefilms
Original network&TV
Picture format576i
Original release15 December 2018 (2018-12-15) 
28 July 2019 (2019-07-28)
External links
Production website


The series revolves around two people who are madly in love with each other and how their lives change when a daayan enters their lives and creates havoc. The young Janhvi Maurya, a well-educated and family-oriented girl hailing from Ujjain, stumbles upon a dangerous ploy by an evil force as many unusual and mysterious happenings occur in her hometown. With a threat to her life, she must unmask the identity of a daayan who is someone close to her. Accompanying her in this mission is her childhood friend and love interest, the wealthy and chivalrous Aakarsh Chaudhary. Jahnvi and Aakarsh marry with an intent to finish the daayan.

Later it is revealed that Asha, the maid, is Aakarsh's real mother and Aakarsh is a daayan. Due to her son's love, Asha is unable to kill Jahnvi. She joins hands with Saptroopa who erases Aakarsh's memory so that he forgets Jahnvi, his love, and marries Saptroopa instead. The daayan uses this opportunity to kill Jahnvi and offer her as a sacrifice to make herself immortal.




  • Garima Goel as Maanvi, Jahnvi's elder sister (deceased)
  • Yash Pandit as Dibang, Jahnvi's sister Maanvi's husband
  • Nitanshi Goel as Rimpi, Maanvi's teenage daughter[8]
  • Aakash Talwar as Harsh Maurya or Kaaju, Jahnvi's brother
  • Rishika Nag as Jananta Maurya or Kishmish, Harsh's wife (deceased)
  • Prabhat Bhattacharya as Prithvi Maurya, Jahnvi's older cousin
  • Ekta Saraiya as Vishakha Maurya, Prithvi's wife
  • Amit Thakur as Narendra Maurya, Jahnvi's father
  • Kanika Shivpuri as Jahnvi's aunt
  • Urfi Javed as Nandini (deceased), Chandrika's sister and Aakarsh's manager[9]
  • Pavitra Punia as Chandrika, a restoration agent and Nandini's sister[10][9]
  • Hiten Tejwani as Viraaj Roy, Kundani's husband
  • Mala Salariya as Pataalini Devi, Queen of the Underworld
  • Neelu Dogra as Menaka Chaudhry, Aakarsh's foster mother and the daayan's sidekick (deceased)
  • Abhinav Kohli as Kaartik, Menaka's brother and the daayan's side-kick (deceased)
  • Mishmee Das as Tanya, Jahnvi's best friend[11]
  • Rohan Mehra as Rakesh, Jahnvi's friend
  • Aman Gandhi as Veer, Jahnvi's friend and secret lover
  • Afreen Nasir Dastani as Prachi Maurya, Jahnvi's cousin
  • Vimarsh Roshan as King Veerendar, a 500-year old wizard and daayan's husband
  • Giriraj Kabra as Kaalnemi, the daayan's brother, a male daayan (deceased)


  • Adaa Khan was originally slated to play the titular character of the Daayan.[1][12]

See also


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