Na Aana Is Des Laado

Na Aana Is Des Laado (lit. Never come to this country, dear) is a 2009 Indian Hindi-language soap opera that premiered on 9 March 2009 on Colors TV and finished on 27 July 2012, reaching a total of 870 episodes. The show portrays various social evils practiced in India. It is fifth longest-running Indian television series of Colors TV. A sequel series titled Laado 2 - Veerpur Ki Mardani premiered on Colors TV in 2017.[1][2]

Na Aana Is Des Laado
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes870
Producer(s)Shyamashis Bhattacharya
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20 minutes
Production company(s)Shakuntalam Telefilms
Original networkColors TV
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release9 March 2009 (2009-03-09) 
27 July 2012 (2012-07-27)


The story is about a village Veerpur, which still practices female infanticide. Bhagwani Devi Sangwan a.k.a Ammaji (Meghna Malik), the Sarpanch of the village, forbids the birth of females by any of her daughter-in-laws or servants in her Haveli, or the woman of the village.

Sia (Natasha Sharma), with her sister and father, comes to live in Veerpur and raises her voice against Ammaji and her practices. To silence her, Ammaji uses her youngest son Raghav (Aditya Redij) to woo Sia and marry her, but he falls in love with her, and supports Sia against his mother.

Other women in the village who suffer due to Ammaji's rule, try to escape as soon as they find out they're pregnant, but Raghav and Sia begin to change the behaviour of the people and save a number of female infants. Sia later becomes the Sarpanch by winning votes from majority of the female population in Veerpur.

Soon, Ammaji's real daughter, Amba (Shikha Singh), enters and challenges her, before she realises Ammaji's own sons are conspiring against her, and unites with her mother. Ammaji turns Raghav and Sia out of the family for going against her, but brings them back when Sia is pregnant with twins, and later delivers two girls, in spite of Ammaji's attempts to terminate her pregnancy.

Meanwhile, in an attack by Ammaji's old enemy, Bhanupratap (Aman Verma), Sia dies while giving birth to her daughters Jahnvi and Dia, and Raghav is killed in a fire trying to save Jahnvi and Dia. The two sisters separate — Dia lives with Ammaji, and Jahnvi lives with Amba.

18 Years Later

Dia (Simran Kaur) and Jahnvi (Vaishnavi Dhanraj) meet in college and become friends. Amba dies while trying to save Dia, a witness in a court case, and on her death bed, reveals that Dia and Jahnvi are twin sisters. After a lot of reluctance and Jahnvi's strike, Ammaji accepts her in the household.

Dia is in love with Shaurya (Varun Kapoor}, who is Bhanupratap's son, and the two wish to marry but Ammaji opposes the marriage and agrees to let Jahnvi marry him. Dia poses as Jahnvi in the wedding and marries Shaurya. They elope after the wedding. Bhanupratap pretends to welcome Dia in the house, but later kidnaps Ammaji. Dia and Jahnvi save her, and Ammaji kills Bhanupratap, making Shaurya leave Dia.

They return to Veerpur to find a new cruel Sarpanch Rana Rantej, and Ammaji strives to save her grand-niece From him. Rana orders Jahnvi to marry his sons, but she only accepts Surya, who also falls in love with her. Rana conspires against Veerpur and poisons the land and the water, but Jahnvi exposes him in time. Rana dies while trying to cover his own loss.

The Haveli is peaceful for some time, but Ammaji gets involved with corrupt politicians and Dia gets killed in place of Ammaji when they try to kill her. Rana's son Param kills Surya as he tries to avenge his father's death in the Haveli. Jahnvi falls into depression, and a dejected and reformed Ammaji renounces everything, and hands over her powers to Jahnvi, who comes stronger than before and saves the family.

The serial ends with Ammaji now playing with little girls in Veerpur, and Jahnvi ruling as the new Ammaji.


  • Meghna Malik as Bhagwani Devi Sangwan/Ammaji
  • Natasha Sharma as Sia Raghav Sangwan - Ammaji’s daughter-in-law
  • Aditya Redij as Raghav Sangwan - Ammaji's youngest son
  • Simran Kaur as Dia Raghav Sangwan née Dia Shaurya Pratap - Ammaji's granddaughter
  • Vaishnavi Dhanraj as Jahnvi Raghav Sangwan/Jahnvi Surya Rantej - Ammaji's granddaughter
  • Yash Dasgupta as Karan Vijay Chautala - Ammaji's step-grandson
  • Shresth Kumar as Aditya Gajendar Sangwan - Ammaji's grandson
  • Varun Kapoor as Shaurya Pratap Singh- Diya's ex-Husband
  • Neelam Bhagchandani/Rishina Kandhari as Tanisha Karan Chautala - Karan's wife, Aditya's ex-fiancée
  • Avantika Shetty as Ragini Aditya Sangwan - Aditya's wife
  • Madhurjeet Sarghi as Santosh Joginder Sangwan/Santosh Vijay Chautala - Ammaji's ex daughter-in-law
  • Rinku Vohra as Chanda Avtar Sangwan - Avtar's wife
  • Aryan Pandit as Rajbeer Avtar Sangwan - Ammaji's grandson
  • Nishant Shokeen as Vijay Chautala - Santosh's second husband
  • Kapil Nirmal as Surya Rantej Singh - Jhanvi's husband
  • Winy Tripathi as Inspector Vikram Singh - Diya's ex-fiancée
  • Rakesh Sharma as Yashpal - Ammaji's bodyguard
  • Ankita Maheshwari as Sarah Vijay Chautala - Vijay's daughter, Santosh's step daughter
  • Shikha Singh as Amba Sangwan - Ammaji's daughter, Jhanvi's adoptive mother
  • Harish Verma as Avtar Dharamveer Sangwan - Ammaji's nephew
  • Tarun Anand/Nissar Khan as Joginder Sangwan - Ammaji's eldest son
  • Shivangi Sharma as Sunehri Gajendar Sangwan - Gajendar's wife
  • Anand Goradia as Gajendar Sangwan - Ammaji's second son
  • Shaikha Parween as Jhumar Dharamveer Sangwan / Jhumar Dheeraj Singh - Ammaji's niece
  • Sonal Jha as Sheela Dharamveer Sangwan - wife of Ammaji's brother in law
  • Kannan Arunachalam as Dharamveer Sangwan - Ammaji's brother in law
  • Aman Verma as Bhanu Pratap Singh - Shaurya's father
  • Samiksha Bhatt as Lovely Shaurya Pratap Singh - Shaurya's wife
  • Shabana Mullani as Bulbul Rana Rantej Singh - Rantej's second wife/mistress
  • Sheeba Chaddha as Bajri Pratap Singh - Bhanu's sister
  • Sharmilee Raj as Dharamveer's Mistress
  • Menaka Lalwani as Rangeeli Avtaar Sangwan - Avtaar's ex wife
  • Ayam Mehta as Rana Rantej Singh - Surya's father
  • Anil Lalwani as Kuldeep Rana Rantej Singh - Surya's brother, Jhanvi's ex husband
  • Deepraj Rana as DK Vora
  • Pratik Mitra as Chamkila Kuldeep Singh - Kuldeep's boyfriend
  • Shobhit Attray as Param Rana Rantej Singh - Surya's brother, Jhanvi's ex husband
  • Dhruv Lather as Dheeraj Singh - Jhumar's husband
  • Karmveer Choudhary as Dev's Father
  • Rahul Singh as Satpal - Rantej's right hand man
  • Deeya Chopra as Sonali - Raghav's ex-fiancée
  • Janvi Sangwan as Shivlaali Rana Rantej Singh - Rantej's first wife
  • Deepak Sandhu as Raj
  • Lankesh Bhardwaj / Sanjay Bhardwaj as Kishanlal
  • Vikas Shrivastav / Bhavin Wadia as Shera - Amba's right-hand man
  • Rocky Verma as Contract Killer
  • Shahab Khan as Dr. Devi Singh - Sia's father
  • Reema Vohra as Vaidehi Devi Singh - Sia's sister
  • Suraj Jadhav as lead pehelwan


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