Dil Se Di Dua... Saubhagyavati Bhava?

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Dil Se Di Dua... Saubhagyavati Bhava?
Also known asJhanvi Ki Kahani
Written byAnshuman Sinha
Bijesh Jayrajan
Anil Nagpal
Saba Mumtaz
Jainesh Ejardar
Sandiip Sikcand
Nageen Mirza
Dheeraj Sarna
Directed bySantosh Kohle
Prasad Govandi
Ismail Umar Khan
Debashish Dhar
Talat Jani
Sachin Kannan
StarringKaranvir Bohra, Sriti Jha, Harshad Chopra, Mala Salariya
Theme music composerRajiv Bhatt
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons01
No. of episodes326
Production
Producer(s)Vikas Seth
Mahesh Pandey
Production location(s)Manali
Delhi
Gurgaon
CinematographyAshok Salian
Raju Gulai
Editor(s)Sachin Shinde
Running timeapproximately 22 minutes
Production company(s)UTV Software Communications
Trishula Productions
Release
Original networkLife OK
Picture format576i (SDTV) 1080i (HDTV)
Original release18 December 2011 – 18 January 2013

Dil Se Di Dua... Saubhagyavati Bhava? was an Indian serial. It aired Monday to Friday evenings on Life OK from 18 December 2011 to 18 January 2013. Ajit Thakur said that the show was intended "to pass on a social message against domestic violence".[1]

Plot[change | change source]

A physically abusive man makes his wife's life a hell.

Cast[change | change source]

  • Sriti Jha as Jhanvi Dobriyal / Sia Raghavendra Pratap Singh
  • Karanvir Bohra as Viraj Dobriyal
  • Harshad Chopra as Raghavendra Pratap Singh
  • Mala Salariya as Ananya Ghosh
  • Vinay Rohrra as Rajender Khanna
  • Ram Mehar Jangra as Unniyal
  • Zubin Dutt as Sanjay Sinha
  • Sudha Chandran as Ms. Vyas
  • Mouli Dutta as Paromita Ghosh
  • Jaya Ojha as Uma Sharma
  • [Sumukhi Pendsey as Gayatri Singh
  • Akanksha Juneja as Tanisha
  • Yash Ghanekar as Krish
  • Kiran Bhargava as Jhanvi's Dadi
  • Sulagna Chatterjee as Sia Sharma
  • Neha Mehta as Dr. Komal Devendra Singh
  • Natasha Rana as Geeta
  • Urvashi Dholakia as Dr. Komolika Rana
  • Fenil Umrigar as Priya Malhotra
  • Vaquar Shaikh as Shekhawat

Awards[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. Tejashree Bhopatkar, TNN (18 January 2013). "No season 2 for Saubhagyavati Bhava". The Times of India. Retrieved 22 February 2014.
  2. "ITA Best Negative role award: Kanika Maheshwari, Karanvir Bohra". Metromasti.com.

Other websites[change | change source]