Tumhari Paakhi

Tumhari Paakhi (English: Your Paakhi) (International Title: Forever Yours) is an Indian soap opera created by Sumeet Hukamchand Mittal and produced under their production banner Shashi Sumeet Productions based on novel Naba Bidhan by Saratchandra Chattopadhyay. The series aired on Life OK which will be premiered on 11 November 2013 to 21 November 2014.[4][5] The show stars Mohammad Iqbal Khan and Shraddha Arya.[6]

Tumhari Paakhi
Genre
Based onNaba Bidhan
by Saratchandra Chattopadhyay
Written bySaratchandra Chattopadhyay
Directed byAmit Gupta
Creative director(s)Nitin Dwivedi
Starring
Opening themeAjaa Dhola Maaru Tarse by Sunidhi Chauhan Idea: Ruchika Kaushik[2]
Composer(s)Ritesh Rathore
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons01
No. of episodes269[3]
Production
Executive producer(s)Afaaq
Producer(s)
CinematographySudesh Kotian
Editor(s)Pankaj Kathpal
Running time20 minutes
Production company(s)Shashi Sumeet Productions
Release
Original networkLife OK
Picture format
Original release11 November 2013 (2013-11-11) 
21 November 2014 (2014-11-21)
External links
Website

Plot

Anshuman Rathore and Paakhi are family friends who are married to each other by their families in their childhood. Tension between the two families results in them growing up in different cities. When he comes of age, Anshuman (Mohammed Iqbal Khan), now the owner of the Rathore Mansion in Shimla, marries a girl of his choice who dies in a car accident leaving him with a son, Ayaan. Time passes and Anshuman decides to marry Tanya (Madhura Naik), the daughter of a rich businessman. But when the news of his childhood marriage is exposed, he unwillingly has to take Paakhi in to save his public image.

With his plans thwarted, he and his sister, Lavanya (Rukhsar Rehman), try to bully Paakhi into agreeing to a divorce, but Paakhi, brought up with traditional values, refuses. With time, Anshuman begins falling in love with her. Realising Anshuman also wanted the divorce, Paakhi announces at a press conference that she is the one filing for a divorce. As she prepares to leave, her brother-in-law Girish (Sachin Shroff) convinces her that Anshuman is in love with her. Tanya, who has been staying at the Rathore Mansion waiting to marry Anshuman, is then challenged by Paakhi to manage the house on a budget if she wants Paakhi to leave.

Tanya wins the challenge but Anshuman says that he cannot ask Paakhi to leave as Ayaan sees her as a mother. It is then revealed that Tanya cheated in the challenge and that she brainwashed Ayaan to believe that Anshuman had killed his first wife. Exposed, Tanya tries to kill Paakhi in her desperation but fails. Anshuman drives Tanya out of the house and declares his love for Paakhi.

Tanya creates circumstances leading Anshuman to believe that Paakhi is cheating on him. He confronts and humiliates Paakhi which causes her to leave. Anshuman realises his mistake and asks her to come back but Paakhi refuses saying she can't live with a man who doesn't trust and respect her. She moves to Delhi where she meets Devki (Anita Raj), Anshuman's long-lost mother who was banished by his father and falsely accused of cheating. She reunites her with her son and Devki helps Anshuman atone and ask forgiveness from Paakhi again. Paakhi forgives him and agrees to return to Shimla.

Unfortunately, Anshuman is soon killed by his younger, look-alike brother, Aryaman. A broken Paakhi realises she has to look after her husband's business and Ayaan. Anshuman's cousin, Veer (Varun Badola), helps Paakhi and she later marries him under pressure from her family. Paakhi also adopts a troubled teenaged girl named Priya (Jasmine Avasia) who has been thrown out by her father. Veer and Paakhi realise that she will never be able to move on from Anshuman and get a divorce. Paakhi lives with Anshuman's memories and her kids hereon.

Cast

Main

  • Shraddha Arya as Paakhi Shekhawat, Anshuman's first wife / widow, Veer's wife[7]
  • Mohammed Iqbal Khan as Anshuman Rathore, Paakhi's first husband / Aryaman Rathore, Anshuman's younger brother
  • Varun Badola as Veer Pratap Singh, Anshuman's cousin, Paakhi's second husband

Recurring

References

  1. "If I bump into Ekta Kapoor, I'll say hi to her: Iqbal Khan". Hindustan Times. 29 October 2013. Retrieved 16 November 2013.
  2. Ajaa Dhola - Tumhari Paakhi Title Song Video || Sunidhi Chauhan || Life OK, retrieved 4 September 2019
  3. "Watch Tumhari Paakhi Full Episodes Online for Free on hotstar.com". Hotstar. Retrieved 3 October 2018.
  4. "Tumhari Paakhi – a strong woman's story". The Times of India. Retrieved 15 September 2018.
  5. "Tumhari Paakhi: Shashi Sumeet Productions bids adieu to the show". The Times of India. Retrieved 30 August 2019.
  6. "Tumhari Pakhi: Lead actors Iqbal Khan, Shraddha Arya arrive in Delhi to shoot". 6 May 2014. Retrieved 15 September 2018.
  7. "Shraddha Arya teams up with Shashi-Sumeet Mittal yet again". The Times of India.
  8. Desk, India TV News (28 May 2014). "Tumhari Paakhi: Indraneil Sengupta back on small screen". www.indiatvnews.com. Retrieved 30 August 2019.
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