Meri Durga

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Meri Durga was a 2017 Indian television series . It was which broadcasted on Star Plus. The series was created by the producer Ravindra Gautam and Pradeep Kumar under their own banner Paperback Films. The show premiered on 26 January 2017. It starred Paras Kalnawat, Srishti Jain , Vicky Ahuja and Ananya Agarwal.[1][2] The show went off air on 17 March 2018 getting replaced by Ikyawann[3]


Meri Durga
GenreSoap Opera
Created byPaperback Films
Written byMadhu Bastola
Raghuvir Shekhawat Pankhuri Gangwal
Directed byRavindra Gautam
StarringVicky Ahuja
Ananya Agarwal
Srishti Jain
Paras Kalnawat
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes383
Production
Producer(s)
Production location(s)Haryana
Punjab
Mumbai
Production company(s)Paperback Films
Release
Original networkSTAR Plus
Original release26 January 2017 (2017-01-26) –
17 March 2018 (2018-03-17)
Other websites
Hotstar

Cast[change | change source]

Main cast[change | change source]

  • Srishti Jain as Durga Choudhary Ahlawat: Yashpal and Annapurna's adopted daughter; Amrita's foster sister; SP's wife (2017–2018)
  • Paras Kalnawat as Sanjay Prince "SP" Ahlawat: Gayatri and Neelkant's son; Gagan's brother; Durga's husband (2017–2018)
  • Vicky Ahuja as Yashpal "Yash" Choudhary: Santoshi's son; Brijpal's brother; Annapurna's husband; Durga's adoptive father; Amrita's father (2017–2018)

Recurring cast[change | change source]

  • Kate Sharma / Urfi Javed as Aarti Singhania: Purushottam's daughter; SP's childhood friend (2017–2018)
  • Rajesh Shringarpure / Ankur Nayyar as Rajveer Rana: Durga's coach (2017–2018)[4]
  • Rashmi Shaw / Mrigrash Dubey as Annapurna Choudhary: Yashpal's wife; Durga's adoptive mother; Amrita's mother (2017–2018)
  • Rajiv Khanna as Brijpal Choudhary: Yashpal's brother; Sheela's husband; Shilpa and Bantu's father (2017–2018)
  • Jyotika Kukrety as Sheela Choudhary: Brijpal's wife; Shilpa and Bantu's mother (2017–2018)
  • Akshay Choudhary as Chote
  • Amardeep Jha as Santoshi "Santo" Choudhary: Yashpal and Brijpal's mother; Durga's adoptive grandmother; Amrita, Shilpa and Bantu's grandmother
  • Raj Sharnagat as Manohar
  • Prince Singh as 2/2 Bhagwat
  • Raquib Arshad as SRK
  • Parineeta Borthakur/Dolly Sohi as Gayatri Devi Ahlawat/Athlete Jassi: Neelakant's wife; SP and Gagan's mother (2017–2018)[5]
  • Rajiv Kumar as Neelkant Ahlawat: Gayatri's husband; SP and Gagan's father
  • Paras Sharma as Gagan Singh Ahlawat: Gayatri and Neelkant's son; SP's brother; Anjana's husband
  • Jiya Chauhan as Anjana Ahlawat: Gagan's wife
  • Aishwarya Sharma Bhatt / Sonal Parihar / Swapnil Sengar as Amrita Choudhary Deshmukh: Yashpal and Annapurna's daughter; Durga's adoptive sister; Madhav's ex-wife; Umang's mother
  • Adhvik Mahajan as Madhav Deshmukh: Amrita's former husband; Umang's father
  • Advait as Umang Deshmukh: Amrita and Madhav's son
  • Ashna Kishore as Shilpa Choudhary: Brijpal and Sheela's daughter; Bantu's sister
  • Ramansh Bundela as Bantu Choudhary: Brijpal and Sheela's son; Shilpa's brother
  • Shanaya Shivi as Kuljeet: Durga's friend
  • Soham Jadhav as Young Manohar
  • Sanjay Kaushik as Rishi
  • Apala Bisht As Laxmi
  • Rakhi Vijan as Subhadra
  • Nandani Master as Srijita
  • Mohsin as Bhagwat
  • Mohammad Saud as Bansi
  • Satya Tiwari as Samrat "Sam" Singh: Durga's former one-sided lover, SP and Aarti's rival
  • Ritu Bhagwani as Tanvi
  • Urmila Sharma as Rohini
  • Tariq Khan as Kadam
  • Vishal C. Bhardwaj as Purushottam Singhania: Aarti's father
  • Dimple Jhangiani as senior district magistrate[6]
  • Nia Sharma as Palasha Trivedi: Durga's friend (2017–2018)
  • Rishina Kandhari as Durga's Teacher (Senorita)
  • Apurva Agnihotri as Coach Bhagat
  • Anchal Sahu

Refrences[change | change source]

  1. "TV show Meri Durga's courageous father will remind you of Aamir Khan in Dangal". The Indian Express. Archived from the original on 31 December 2021.
  2. "Ravindra Gautam: Meri Durga is a tale of a father's mind and heart – Times of India". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 1 January 2022.
  3. "Meri Durga to go off air on March 17 – Times of India". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 15 March 2018. Retrieved 17 March 2018.
  4. "Ankur Nayyar confident about replacing Rajesh Shringarpure in show". The Asian Age. Archived from the original on 31 December 2021.
  5. "Parineeta Replaced By Dolly Sohi in Meri Durga". News 18. Archived from the original on 31 December 2021.
  6. "Dimple Jhangiani back in action with 'Meri Durga'". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 31 December 2021.