Vidya (TV series)

Vidya (transl. Education) is an Indian social drama television series that premiered on 9 September 2019 on Colors TV.[2] Produced by Mahesh Pandey, It stars Meera Deosthale and Namish Taneja.[3]

Created byMahesh Pandey
Developed byMahesh Pandey
StarringMeera Deosthale
Namish Taneja
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes77
Producer(s)Mahesh Pandey [1]
Running time21 minutes
Production company(s)Mahesh Pandey Productions LLP
Original networkColors TV
Original release9 September 2019 (2019-09-09) 
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Vidya is a quaint and superstitious woman who awaits a letter from the government regarding her job. However, her luck takes a turn for the worse when she gets the job of teaching English at a school.

Enter Avatar, the local politician who threatens to end Vidya's family if she does not accept the offer. Nanku Singh tries to trouble Vidya as much as possible by giving her deadlines and asks her to do multiple tasks.




  • Sanjay Pandey as Dharma Singh, Ram and Bablu's father
  • Uma Basu as Parbatiya Devi, Ram and Bablu's mother; Dharam's wife
  • Manmohan Tiwari as Ram Singh, Vidya's former husband, Dharam and Parbatiya's son
  • Garima Gupta as principal
  • Rajor Raj as Bablu Singh, Vidya's brother-in-law and Ram's brother
  • Zarina Roshan Khan as Parvati Singh, Nanku and Ranjana's mother
  • Anshu Shrivastav as Kalindi Singh, Nanku's wife
  • Anamika Kadamb as Ranjana Thakur, Nanku's sister
  • Vikrant Singh Rajpoot as Avtaar Singh, a politician
  • Lilliput as Manohar Mishra, School Principal
  • Ayat Shaikh as Young Vidya Singh
  • Swadesh Mishra as Jagat
  • Mohit Abrol as

Guest appearances


  1. "Meera 'Chakor' Deosthale to play the heroine in Mahesh Pandey's 'Vidya'". The Times of India. Retrieved 2019-06-13.
  2. "Colors to premiere new show 'Vidya' on Sept 9". Indian Television Dot Com. 2019-08-28. Retrieved 2019-08-31.
  3. "Namish Taneja to play Meera Deosthale's love interest in 'Vidya'". The Times of India. Retrieved 2019-06-13.
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