Kuch Toh Hai Tere Mere Darmiyaan

Kuch Toh Hai Tere Mere Darmiyaan is an Indian serial drama television series, which aired on Star Plus from September 28, 2015[1] and ended after 83 episodes. It was re-broadcast of the series on Star Utsav in February 2020.

Kuch Toh Hai Tere Mere Darmiyaan
Inter-title of Kuch Toh Hai Tere Mere Darmiyaan
GenreSerial drama
Created byBalaji Telefilms
Written byStory and Screenplay
Sonali Jaffar
Fatima Rangeela
Pawani Mehandiratta
Ritu Bhatia
Directed byMujammil Desai
Creative director(s)Tanushree Das Gupta
Aayush Agrawal
StarringAsha Negi
Shritama Mukherjee
Aly Goni
Vibhav Roy
Gautam Gupta
Shaheer Sheikh
Roopa Ganguly
Lalit Bisht
Ankita Sharma
Ritu Vij
Yash Tonk
Amrita Arora
Saurav Gurjar
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes83
Executive producer(s)Aayush Agrawal
Producer(s)Ekta Kapoor
Shobha Kapoor
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22 minutes
Production company(s)Balaji Telefilms
Original networkStar Plus
Picture format576i (SDTV)
HDTV 1080i
Original release28 September 2015 (2015-09-28) 
2 January 2016 (2016-01-02)
External links

Produced by Balaji Telefilms,[2] the series was based on The Book of Life and starred Gautam Gupta, Asha Negi and Aly Goni in lead roles. Asha Negi replaced actress Shritama Mukherjee and Aly Goni replaced Vibhav Roy, in lead roles.[3][4][5] The series is about love and friendship and starts in Jamshedpur.[6][7][8]

The series has been dubbed into Arabic in the title متاهة الحب (Eng: A Maze of Love) which is broadcast on MBC Bollywood across the Middle-East and Africa.


Koyal is a young woman from Jamshedpur who believes that there are two types of people: people who live for someone, and people whom they live for. Madhavan, Raj and Koyal are best friends. Madhavan (Maddy) is the best student in the town, hard-working and caring. He is in love with Koyal and can do anything for her happiness. Raj is a flirt and dreams of becoming a movie star. Koyal is in love with Raj and she does everything for him.

At an annual function, a famous director insults Raj and selects Koyal as his heroine. Raj purposely insults Koyal that she can never be a star. Koyal decides to go to Mumbai to prove Raj wrong, but at the last moment, Raj stops Koyal by faking an injury. Maddy is upset for Koyal.

Koyal's sister, Tani's marriage is fixed with Maddy's brother Surya and Koyal's parents want her to marry Maddy. When Koyal tells Maddy she doesn't want to get engaged, a selfless Maddy breaks off the alliance himself. Koyal comes to know about Tani being an adopted child and shares it with Raj. During Tani's engagement ceremony, Raj discloses the truth to everyone and Surya calls off the engagement. Koyal is upset with Raj and tells him that she never wants to see his face not realising that Tani was in on the plan with Raj.

Maddy proposes to Koyal who finally tells him that she loves Raj. When Koyal learns about Tani and Raj's plan, she brings Raj home and says that she wants to marry him. Raj also admits that he loves Koyal. Their alliance is fixed but Koyal's parents are not happy. They try to break the alliance and make Koyal patch up with Maddy. There is something which Koyal's parents are hiding and no one knows about it. It's revealed that Koyal is the adopted child and not Tani. Koyal is really Tani and Tani is really Koyal.

The story ends with Koyal reuniting with Maddy.



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