The Adventures of Hatim
The Adventures of Hatim is an Indian fantasy television series which was premiered on 28 December 2013. The story revolves around Hatim, the Prince of Yemen, who went on a journey to solve the 7 riddles in order to destroy the evil sorcerer Zargam. It aired on Life OK on Saturday and Sunday evenings. It was the remake of Star Plus show Hatim, The series stars Rajbeer Singh and Pooja Banerjee.
|The Adventures of Hatim 2|
|Created by||Nikhil Sinha|
|Written by||Sarang Mahajan Yashwant mahilwar|
|Directed by||Ismail Umarr Khan, J.P. Sharma|
|Theme music composer||Bharat/Saurabh|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||68|
|Executive producer(s)||Sohanna Sinha|
|Running time||44 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Triangle Films Company|
|Original network||Life OK|
|Original release||28 December 2013 –|
31 August 2014
- Rajbeer Singh as Hatim Tai
- Pooja Banerjee as Perizaad
- Krishna Singh Bisht as Qasim
- Chandan K Anand as General Zargam of Arzaan
- Manoj Kolhatkar as Lakha the hunchback
- Dolly Sohi as Queen Shaazia of Yaman
- Pracheen Chauhan as Prince Hassan of Yaman
- Nausheen Ali Sardar as Lady Ruda
- Sachin Tyagi as Lord Hubal
- Anjali Abrol as Queen Khwahish of Ashkaar
- Riyanka Chanda as Naaz Pari
- Khalid Siddiqui as King Naushwerwaan of Ashkaar
- Kishwer Merchant as vampiress Zelna
- Reena Aggarwal as Safina
- Anang Desai as King Nomaad of Ishtiyaar
- Anil Rastogi as prisoner in Forest of Death
- Jay Thakkar as Rakhban
- Devesh Ahuja as Prince Rustom
- Kamya Panjabi as chudail Rihana
- Akanksha Juneja as Princess Gull
- Kalyani badeka as Maya
- Ananya Agarwal as Princess
- Deepali Muchrikar as Witch Haseena
- Neena Cheema as Witch Afsana
- Pooran Kiri as Jurgaal
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- 'Bhabhi' Dolly Sohi returns as 'maa'
- Agrawal, Stuti (21 October 2013). "Nausheen Ali Sardar to make a comeback with Hatim". Indiatimes. Retrieved 13 December 2013.
- "Pemra enforces blanket ban on Indian content in Pakistan". DAWN. 19 October 2016.