Sajan Ghar Jaana Hai

Sajan Ghar Jaana Hai (Hindi: सजन घर जाना है) was an Indian television series that aired on STAR Plus. The series premiered on 5 August 2009 and ended on 25 June 2010. It was produced by directors Sumeet Hukamchand Mittal and Shashi Mittal.[1] It was replaced by Rajan Shahi 's Chand Chuppa Badal Mein.


Sajan Ghar Jaana Hai
सजन घर जाना है
The logo of Sajan Ghar Jaana Hai
GenreIndian soap opera and Drama
Created byShashi Sumeet Productions
Written bySumit Hukamchand Mittal
Directed byShashi Mittal
StarringKunwar Aziz, Neha Saxena, Barkha Bisht Sengupta, Kunal Bhatia, Zalak Desai
Opening themeAlka Yagnik
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of episodes233
Production
Producer(s)Shashi Mittal
Sumeet Hukamchand Mittal
CinematographyDeepak Malwankar & Sudesh Kotian
Editor(s)Jay B Ghadiali
Running time24 minutes
Production company(s)Shashi Sumeet Productions
Release
Original networkSTAR Plus
Picture format576i (SDTV)
Original release5 August 2009 
25 June 2010
External links
Website

Plot

Sajan Ghar Jana Hai revolves around the story of a simple and beautiful girl named Dhaani, the only daughter of Sudha Devi - a widow. Dhaani lives with her widowed mother and makes bridal dolls as a profession. Ambar, who was adopted by Badri Narayan Raghuvanshi, meets Dhaani accidentally and falls in love with her at first sight.

Eventually, Ambar and Dhaani get married with the blessing of their elders. But at the time of bidaai, after learning that her mother belongs to a lower caste, Dhaani's father-in-law refuses to accept her into his family. Unfortunately, Dhaani sacrifices her love and Amber and Sarla are married due to Dhaani's threatening to Amber of killing herself.

Soon, on Ambika's condition, Dhaani is forced to move into the Raghuvanshi house as Sakhi, the maid, in order to save Sarla. Slowly, Sarla and Dhaani begin sharing a healthy bond of friendship. Dhaani helps the immature Sarla to become a better daughter-in-law in the Raghuvanshi household. Dhaani continues to live as a maid for a while, but is happy with Ambandr and Sarla’s company. Finally, how Amber and Dhaani reunite despite many troubles forms the crux of the story.

Cast

Main

  • Kunal Bhatia as Ambar Raghuvanshi - Badri's adoptive son; Dhaani's husband
  • Neha Saxena[2]/Barkha Sengupta as Dhaani Ambar Raghuvanshi / Sakhi - Ambar's first wife
  • Zalak Desai as Sarla Ambar Raghuvanshi - Amber's second wife; Avinash's sister

Recurring

  • Kunwar Aziz as Badri Narayan Raghuvanshi - Adoptive father of Ambar
  • Gunn Kansara as Sudha Devi - Dhaani's mother
  • Kalyani Trivedi/Neelima Panjrekar as Bhagwati Raghuvanshi - Amber's aunt
  • Kunwar Aziz
  • Damini Joshi as Kamli
  • Khushi Sharma as Chunri
  • Abigail Jain as Madhu
  • Avantika Shetty as Gauri Sumer Raghuvanshi
  • Leena Prabhu as Uma Badri Narayan Raghuvanshi
  • Vidya Sinha as Bui - a senior maidservant of the Raghuvanshis
  • Rakesh Mohar as Sumer Raghuvanshi
  • Varun Khandelwal as Ambika Bhavani - Robin Hood-like bandit
  • Jasveer Kaur Roop- a woman who loves Ambika Bhavani
  • Sunila Karambelkar as Shakuntala- scheming relative of the Raghuvanshis
  • Nigaar Khan as Mohini - Daughter-in-law of Shakuntala
  • Bharat as Chandu - Shakuntala's son

Replacement

Sajan Ghar Jaana Hai was replaced by Rajan Shahi's Chand Chupa Badal Mein.

References

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