Muskaan (TV series)

Muskaan (transl. Smile) is an Indian television series produced by Rashmi Sharma, under the banner of Rashmi Sharma Telefilms Pvt. Ltd., which premiered on 29 May 2018 on Star Bharat, replacing Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki[1][2]. It stars Sharad Malhotra and Yesha Rughani.[3]

Muskaan
Genre
Created by
Rashmi Sharma
Written byRashmi Sharma
Sushill Choubey
Shilpa Choubey
Screenplay bySancheeta Bose
Story byRashmi Sharma
Directed byPawan Sahu
Starring
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes482
Production
Executive producer(s)Guddu Jha
Producer(s)
  • Pawan Kumar Marut
  • Rashmi Sharma
Production location(s)Ramdev Film City, Mumbai
Running timeApprox. 21mins
Production company(s)Rashmi Sharma Telefilms Pvt. Ltd.
DistributorStar India
Release
Original networkStar Bharat
Picture format
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original release29 May 2018 (2018-05-29) 
Present

Plot

The story is about the struggle of a prostitute Aarti and her daughter named Muskaan[1] who faces social ostracism because of her mother's profession. Muskaan is a girl who yearns to stay with her mother Aarti. She studies in Darjeeling while her mother is in Kolkata.

12 Years Later

Muskaan grows up to be a timid, but strong-minded young woman who is dedicated to her studies. She collides with Raunak Singh and they begin to fall in love. They face many hurdles along the way, with characters such as Sir Ji and Kajal attempting to separate them. However they succeed in uniting. Later, Muskaan is training to becoming a police officer in order to give Sir Ji his utmost punishment. Soon Muskaan has been abducted by another village.

After a short time, the murder of Lovely is blamed on Muskaan. After so many problems, finally Muskaan gives birth to twin girls.

6 Years Later

Muskaan is separated from Raunak as her car falls from a cliff.She stays in Bangladesh for 6 years hiding from the police and returns to find Ranuak. She runs away from the police and bumps into Roshini (her and Ranuak's child) which both of them are oblivious of. Raunak on the other hand takes care of their other child who he named khushi.

Nafees Ahmed as Bachcha singh

Main

  • Yesha Rughani as Muskaan Singh (née Bose); Raunak's wife, Khushi and Roshni's mother
  • Sharad Malhotra as Raunak Singh, Muskaan's husband, Khushi and Roshni's father
  • Kirtida Mistry as Nisha Singh; Raunak Second wife, Khushi's step mother

Recurring

  • Avyana as Khushi Raunak Singh, Raunak and Muskaan's daughter, Roshni's twin sister
  • Maahi Soni as Roshni Raunak Singh, Raunak and Muskaan's daughter, Khushi's twin sister
  • Sudesh Berry as Teerath Singh/Sir Ji, Raunak, Bunty and Lovely's father, Muskaan's father-in-law and Gayatri's husband
  • Moon Banerrjee as Gayatri Singh, Raunak, Bunty and Lovely's mother and Muskaan's mother-in-law
  • Arina Dey as Aarti Bose, Muskaan's mother
  • Puneesh Sharma as Bunty Singh, Raunak's brother and Muskaan's brother-in-law
  • Vandana Singh as Lovely Singh, Raunak's sister and Muskaan's sister-in-law
  • Shital Antani as Sheetal Singh, Raunak's Buaa ji and Teerath's sister
  • Tarun Khurana as Hanumant, a saviour and Raunak's close friend
  • Devanshee Vyas as Dolly, Hanumant's friend
  • Anamika Tiwari as Tabbassum, owner of the brothel that Aarti worked
  • Richa Soni as Rakhi Das, Sujoy and Sapna's mother
  • Karam Rajpal as Sujoy Das, Rakhi's son, Sapna's brother and Muskaan's lover
  • Jyotsna Chandola as Sapna Das, Rakhi's daughter and Sujoy's sister
  • Lavina Tandon as Suzzane, Muskaan's aunt
  • Aaditya bajpayee as raunak's college friend
  • Tanu Khan as Kajal Bisht, Raunak's one sided lover
  • Sangeeta Panwar as Kamlesh, Hukum and Maalik's mother
  • Shaurya Vardhan Sharma as Manohar Basu, a Police Inspector
  • Aashish Kaul as Dinesh Sinha, a V.I.P. Guest
  • Amit Kher as Mahesh Chaddha, Bar Head
  • Sanarika as Kriti, a bar dancer
  • Himanshi Jain/Preetika Chauhan as Jaya
  • Monisha Doley as Lomi
  • Aishana Singh as Deepa
  • Avinash Singh Chouhan as Bouncer
  • Mahi Khan as Neha
  • Deepraj Rana as Malik

Bachcha singh.. Nafees Ahmed

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