Nadaniyaan

Nadaniyaan is a Hindi sitcom presented by BIG Magic and produced by Dheeraj Kumar. An adaption of the Pakistani sitcom Nadaaniyaan, it stars Samiksha Bhatt, Upasana Singh, Alok Nath, Jay Pathak, Gaurav Sharma and Neelam Sivia.


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Also known asUff! Yeh Nadaniyaan
GenreComedy
Sitcom
Created byBIG Magic
Developed byCreative Eye Limited
Written byYashwant mahilwar
Directed byBhupesh K. Kumar
Creative director(s)Shashank Shrivastava (Creative Eye)
Paritosh Painter (Network)
Presented byBIG Magic
StarringSamiksha Bhatt
Upasana Singh
Alok Nath
Gaurav Sharma
Jay Pathak
Neelam Sivia
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasonsnot known
No. of episodes400 +
Production
Executive producer(s)Priya Panchmatiya
Producer(s)Dheeraj Kumar (Creative Eye Productions)
Production location(s)Delhi
Editor(s)Lalit Tiwari, Rohit Singh
Running time23 minutes
Production company(s)Creative Eye Productions
Release
Original networkBIG Magic
Original release9 September 2013 (2013-09-09) 
23 January 2017 (2017-01-23)

Plot

The story is about a family of four that lives in New Delhi.


Cast

  • Samiksha Bhatt/Neetha Shetty/Gunn Kansara as Chandani Verma "Chandu": Chandu is the matriarch of the Verma family and has a clerical job. She is the scold of Nandu & Pappu due to their lazy attitudes towards life.
  • Upasana Singh as Taravanti Verma: Nandu and Pappu's mother.
  • Nikunj Malik as Meghna
  • Alok Nath as "Babuji", the deceased father of Nandu and Pappu, Alok Nath, portrayed as a "Sanskaari Bebuji" whose photo is prominently displayed on one of the drawing room walls and his portrait is often referred to by Pappu to emotionally blackmail Nandu. This comic punch is used in the wake of Alok Nath's jokes that showed Nath as a "Sanskaari Babuji". Nath currently accompanies them in a comic role.[1]
  • Jay Pathak (previously Iqbal Azad) as Naman Verma "Nandu". Nandu is a television writer and a full-time house husband who loves his wife Chandni and his younger brother Pushkar. Nandu is lazy and mocked by his wife about his unemployment.[2]
  • Gaurav Sharma as Pushkar Verma "Pappu" (and "Chota Don"): The youngest member of Verma family who. loves to flirt with girls wearing fake designer clothes in order display to others his sister-in-law's wealth.
  • Garima Tiwari as Taniya Chandu's friend.
  • Bhagwan Arabbi Nithyanandam (Ajja) Ramachandra as Bhagwan Uncle: A troublesome neighbor who is always seen wandering on Nandu's lawn.He has two wives and claims to have 7 fathers. Having a chat with him is like intentionally going wanting to kill oneself - as felt by Pappu. Like Pappu, he likes to flirt with girls much younger than himself.[3]
  • Abhishek Verma
  • Shalini Sahuta Pappu's Wife
  • Raja Jung Bahadur as Raja Jung Bahadur Watchman
  • Bahadur Yar Jung
  • Bahadur Shah II
  • Mirza Fath-ul-Mulk Bahadur
  • Poonam Pandey as Jalebi Bai
  • Asha Negi as herself
  • Smriti Khanna as herself
  • Ram Awana as Actor Homeless
  • Neelam Sivia as Nikki/Nikita Thapar 100-125
  • Ankita Sharma as
  • Priyanka Soni actress as Dolly
  • Neil Motwani as Raj Kapoor
  • Debina Bonnerjee
  • Renee Dhyani
  • 'Mauka Mauka' guy Vishal Malhotra[4][5]
  • Krishna Abhishek
  • Nikunj Malik
  • Smriti Khanna
  • Kanika Maheshwari
  • Renee Dhyani
  • Kirti Kulhari
  • Bappi Lahiri
  • Ankita Sharma
  • Guddi Maruti
  • Vibha Chibber
  • Navina Bole
  • Anoop Puri

References

Nadaniyaan on IMDb

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