Piyaa Albela

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Piyaa Albela
Genre Drama
Romance
Spirituality
Created by Sooraj Barjatya[1]
Developed by Sooraj Barjatya
Written by Rahul Modi
Screenplay by Ritu Goel
Rachel Navare
Directed by Ashish Shrivastav
Creative director(s) Fratema Rangila
Varsha Jain
Sunil Rathode
Starring (See below)
Theme music composer Tyson Paul
Nishant - Raja
Opening theme Mora Piyaa...Albela
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 206
Production
Producer(s) Sooraj Barjatya
Location(s) Mumbai
Rishikesh
Cinematography Sanjay Memane
Anil Katke
Editor(s) Shashank Harendra Singh
Krishna Mahto
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Rajshri Productions
Distributor Zee Entertainment Enterprises
Release
Original network Zee TV
Picture format 720i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
First shown in India
Original release March 6, 2017 (2017-03-06) – Pesent
Chronology
Preceded by Jamai Raja
External links
Official streaming website
Production website

Piyaa Albela (English: My Lover Is Unique) is an Indian soap opera. It is made by Rajshri Productions. It is broadcast on Zee TV every Mon-Fri at 08:30 pm IST.[2] The show is a love story, a modern telling of the love between Menaka and Vishwamitra.[3][4]

The main actors, Akshay Mhatre and Sheen Das, started their careers in Indian television with this show.[5] Producer Sooraj Barjatya worked for about eight years on Piyaa Albela. The show began on March 6, 2017, replacing a popular Zee TV show, "Jamai Raja".[6]

Plot[change | change source]

Piyaa Albela is a modern-day telling of the classic love story of Menaka and Vishwamitra. The story is about Naren and Pooja, who are very different from each other.

  • Naren is on the path of spirituality and meditation. He studies psychology, more in the classroom of his mind and soul than in real-life college. He barely keeps up with current events on the news. He neglects his appearance and his behavior is strange, so others look upon him as anti-social, keeping to himself. As a "poor little rich boy" he has rebelled against his parents, who do not understand him.
  • Pooja is the opposite of Naren. She is warm, confident, and a "people" person. Her talents include being a karate champion who can straighten out wayward boys who try to get fresh with her, and dancing at the cultural nights of her university.
  • Naren's parents do not understand their son. They think Pooja is the answer to Naren's problems.

Cast[change | change source]

Main cast[change | change source]

Other regular actors[change | change source]

  • Ankitt Vyas as Rahul Vyas,, Naren's cousin
  • Ritu Chauhan as Surbhi Rahul Vyas, Naren's ex-fiancée, Rahul's wife and Yash's daughter
  • Avinash Wadhawan as Harish Vyas, Naren's father
  • Jyoti Gauba as Supriya Harish Vyas, Naren's mother
  • Tusshaar Khanna as Mayank Kaushal, Naren's cousin
  • Khalid Siddiqui as Ashish Kapoor
  • Saptrishi Ghosh as Yash Singhania/Bhola Babu, Harish's friend
  • Mamta Verma as Shilpa Singhania, Surbhi's mother
  • Vijay Kalvani as Hardik Vyas, Naren's paternal uncle
  • Parul Chaudhary as Neelima Vyas, Naren's paternal aunt[9]
  • Kuldeep Mallik as Satish Gupta, Pooja's maternal uncle
  • Chitrapama Banerjee as Kusum Satish Gupta, Pooja's maternal aunt
  • Rohan Rai as Anuj Satish Gupta, Pooja's cousin
  • Farukh Saeed as Rakesh Kaushal, Mayank's dad/Bandhu
  • Chaitrali Gupte as Harsha Kaushal, Naren's paternal aunt and Mayank's mother
  • Sandhya Mehta as Rachel/Ritu
  • Rishabh Shukla as Babaji/Guruji (Dead)
  • Suhani Dhanki as Chandani, a harlot
  • Kanwarjit Paintal as Kashinath Vyas, Naren's grandfather
  • Suraj Kakkar as Dr. Anand, (Dead) Pooja's ex-fiancé[10]

Soundtracks[change | change source]

No. TitleSinger(s) Length
1. "Malanga Re[11]"  Krishna Beura 4:23
2. "Jogiya[12]"  Akanksha Sharma 7:15
3. "Chal Sanyasi[13]"  Akanksha Sharma 3:05
Total length:
14:43

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