Kkoi Dil Mein Hai

Kkoi Dil Mein Hai is an Indian television romantic comedy series that aired on Sony Entertainment Television. The series premiered in December 2003 and ended its run in 2005.[2] The show starred Eijaz Khan and Poorva Gokhale in lead roles.[4][5][6][7] The opening theme song was sung as a duet by famous singers Shreya Ghoshal and Sunidhi Chauhan.[1] The show garnered some controversy for featuring a scene of marital rape.[4]

Kkoi Dil Mein Hai
Created byEkta Kapoor
Written by
  • Anil Nagpal
  • Dheeraj Sarna
Directed by
Creative director(s)
  • Vanita Jain
  • Nim Sood
Starringsee below
Music byJai Walia[1]
Opening theme"Kkoi Dil Mein Hai" by Shreya Ghoshal & Sunidhi Chauhan[1][3]
Country of originIndia
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes260
Producer(s)Ekta Kapoor & Shobha Kapoor
Running timeapprox. 24 minutes
Production company(s)Balaji Telefilms
Original networkSony TV
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Original release21 December 2003 
24 February 2005[2]


Kajal (Poorva Gokhale) is simple but bubbly daughter of a Guajrati family who is best friend with rich and narcissistic Krutika. Their friendship hits rock bottom when they both fall for rich and handsome Samay (Sandeep Baswana), the heir of Punj business empire. Samay reciprocates Kajal's feelings and they plan to get married. A jealous and deranged Krutika orchestrates a kidnapping and blackmail plot with help of her rich mother and gets Kajal forcefully married to Samay's younger playboy brother Arjun (Eijaz Khan) and herself marries Samay by duping him. Arjun gradually starts falling deeply in love with Kajal and gives up his wild lifestyle. Kajal reluctant at first also falls in love with Arjun. Things get complicated as Samay, still in love with Kajal turns to alcohol to drown his sorrow and hates Krutika refusing to recognize her as his wife. A still deranged Krutika blaming Kajal for her miseries tries to complicate her life. Arjun and Kajal meanwhile have a successful marriage and Kajal gets pregnant and gives birth to their son.



  1. "Kkoi Dil Mein Hai - Balaji telefilms - Sony Entertainment India".
  2. "Indiantelevision.com's First Take on Sony's 'Kkoi Dil Mein Hai'". 22 December 2003. Retrieved 29 September 2017.
  3. "Kkoi Dil Mein Hai Title 2 - Balaji telefilms - Sony Entertainment India".
  4. "Eijaz Khan: I am tasting life for the first time in a fulfilling way". 16 July 2012.
  5. "Saga of friends" The Hindu, Chennai, 22 Dec 2003. Retrieved 7 December 2011.
  6. Chaitanya,Tanya. "Two to tango!" The Times of India, 23 Jan 2004. Retrieved 8 December 2011.
  7. Pillai, Sreedhar. "Teenagers head for TV" The Hindu, 21 Feb 2005. Retrieved 8 December 2011.
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