Ek Veer Ki Ardaas...Veera

Ek Veer Ki Ardaas... Veera (English: A Brother's Prayer... Veera) is an Indian television soap opera, that aired from Star Plus.[1] The entire series is available on Hotstar. The series premiered on 29 October 2012 and ended on 8 August 2015.[2] It starred Digangana Suryavanshi, Shivin Narang, Vishal Vashishtha, and Farnaz Shetty, replacing child actors Harshita Ojha, Bhavesh Balchandani, and Arishfa Khan respectively after a 15-year leap.[3]

Ek Veer Ki Ardaas... Veera
Created byMamta Patnaik
Purnendu Shekhar
Written byRaghubir, Durjoy Dutta, Soumyava
Directed byWaseem Sabir ,Jagrut Mehta
Creative director(s)Amit Bhargava
Presented bySTAR Plus
StarringSee Below
Opening themeVeera By Aashish Rego
Lyrics: Sharad Tripathi
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi, Punjabi
No. of episodes805
Executive producer(s)Soumia Samadhiya
Karnika Saxena
Producer(s)Yash Patnaik
Mamta Patnaik
Production location(s)Pitampura
CinematographyDeepak Malvankar
Editor(s)Kshitija Khandagale
Running time21 minutes approx
Production company(s)Beyond Dreams Entertainment Private Limited
DistributorStar India
Original networkStar Plus
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release29 October 2012 (2012-10-29) 
8 August 2015 (2015-08-08)
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A dubbed version of the serial was telecast in Tamil Language as En Anbu Thangaikku on Vijay TV, but was discontinued after only 400 episodes were broadcast.[4]


Rannvijay Singh, a 5-year-old boy lives with his parents, Ratan and Sampooran Singh. Sampooran, who is the Sarpanch of the village of Pritampura, brings in his mistress Amrita and his illegitimate infant daughter. Insulted and shamed by Ratan, both Sampooran and Amrita leave and abandon their infant on her doorstep. Rannvijay, not knowing of the adults' history, takes in the infant and names her Veera, taking care of her like a mother. He soon sends her to the city to complete her education as she grows up to be a lively and brave girl.

15 years later[5]

Veera returns home and tries to open a solar plant in Pritampura. She meets a grown up, rowdy Baldev, whose righteous father Balwant is now the Sarpanch. Veera and Baldev fall in love during their training of farm equipment, and an aspiring singer Rannvijay also marries Baldev's sister Gunjan.

Rannvijay wins an esteemed music competition, and the stardom gets to Gunjan's head as she accepts advertising offers and also begins gambling in order to obtain cash for her luxuries. Gunjan soon gets pregnant but aborts the child for her career, damaging her chances of getting pregnant forever.

After Baldev is mistakenly blamed of a crime arranged by the local policeman Rajveer who is obsessed with Veera, she marries Baldev to save her from her brother's wrath. Baldev is soon acquitted and their marriage is accepted by the family.

Pritampura further falls victim to terrorists which takes away Ratan's life, and a grieving Rannvijay and Veera struggle to come to terms with it. Veera soon discovers she is pregnant and vows to let Rannvijay and Gunjan raise the child as the serial ends on the day of Rakshabandhan.



  • Digangana Suryavanshi as Veera Kaur– Amrita and Sampooran's daughter; Ranvijay's half-sister; Gunjan's best friend; Baldev's wife (2013–2015)
  • Shivin Narang as Ranvijay "Ranvi" Singh– Ratan and Sampooran's son; Veera's half-brother; Gunjan's husband (2013–2015)[6]
  • Vishal Vashishtha as Baldev Singh– Balwant and Bansuri's son; Gunjan's brother; Veera's husband (2013–2015)
  • Farnaz Shetty as Gunjan Kaur– Baldev's sister; Veera's best friend; Ranvijay's wife (2013–2015)


  • Sneha Wagh as Ratanjeet "Ratan" Singh– Sampooran's former wife; Ranvijay's mother (2012–15)
  • Kapil Nirmal as Nihaal Singh, Sampooran's friend (2013–2014)[7]
  • Sudhanshu Pandey as Sampooran Singh– Ratan's former husband; Amrita's husband, Ranvijay & Veera's father (2012–2013)
  • Aastha Chaudhary as Amrita Singh– Sampooran's wife, Veera's mother (2012–2013)
  • Shagufta Ali as Moti Chaiji, Sampooran's aunt, Ranvijay & Veera's grandaunt (2012–15)
  • Keerti Nagpure as Geet Singh, Manjeet's daughter in law (2015)
  • Vrudhi Jakra as Deepu Singh, Geet's daughter, Baldev & Gunjan's niece (2015)
  • Vivek Dahiya as Inspector Rajveer Thakur, Veera's ex fiancé (2014)[8]
  • Mayank Gandhi as Dilawar Singh (2015)
  • Chaitanya Choudhury as Professor Rahul (2015)
  • Usha Bachani as Manjeet Singh, Baldev & Gunjan's aunt (2015)[9]
  • Neelam Panchal as Amrit Kaur (2014)
  • Priyamvada Kant as Simran Kaur, Baldev's ex fiancée (2014)
  • Harsh Vashisht as Kartar Singh (2012–13)
  • Samiksha Bhatnagar as Gurpreet Kartar Singh, Kartar's wife (2012–13)
  • Daya Shankar Pandey as Surjeet Singh (2013–2014)
  • Ankit Bathla as Karan Khanna, Veera's friend/ex love interest (2013–14)
  • Rumi Khan as Bakhtawar Singh (2014)
  • Raanveer Chahal as Music Engineer (2014)
  • Kanika Kotnala as Chanchali Singh (2014)
  • Yajuvendra Singh as Balwant Singh, Bansuri's husband, Baldev & Gunjan's father (2012–2015)
  • Vishavpreet Kaur as Bansuri Balwant Singh, Balwant's wife, Baldev & Gunjan's mother (2012–15)
  • Gagan Anand as Billa Singh (2014–15)
  • Shaizal as Jaggi Singh, Ranvijay's friend (2014–15)
  • Ankit Shah as Dalbeer Singh (2013–14)
  • Kulbir Baderson as Veera's maternal grandmother, Amrita's mother (2012)
  • Prashant Chawla as Sahil, Nihal Singh's assistant in Poland (2014)
  • Rohit Bakshi as Reality Show Host (2014)
  • Nishika as Baby Veera (2012)
  • Shazil Khan as Child Dalbeer (2012)
  • Jalina Thakur as Pooja Sharma (2012–13)
  • Harshita Ojha as Young Veera Kaur Sampooran Singh (2012–13)
  • Bhavesh Balchandani as Young Ranvijay Sampooran Singh (2012–13)
  • Arishfa Khan as Young Gunjan Balwant Singh (2012–13)
  • Spandan Chaturvedi/Kalyani Badeka as Child Gunjan (2012)
  • Devish Ahuja as Young Baldev Balwant Singh (2012–13)

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