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Swaraj (TV series)

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Swaraj
Also known asSwaraj: Bharat ke Swatantrata Sangram Ki Samagra Gatha
GenreIndian Revolutionaries
Created byAbhimanyu Singh
Based onUntold Stories of Indian Freedom Fighters
Developed byAbhimanyu Singh
Directed byNeeraj Pandey

Arif Shamsi

J.P. Sharma
StarringJason Shah
Manoj joshi
Sanjay swaraj
Harshita ruhela
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes75
Production
ProducersAbhimanyu Singh
Dordarshan
Production locationsContiloe Studio, Aamgaon
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22–30 minutes
Production companyContiloe Entertainment
Original release
NetworkDD National
Release14 August 2022 (2022-08-14) –
14 January 2024 (2024-01-14)

Swaraj[1][2][3] is an Indian historical TV serial. It aired on DD National from 14 August 2022. With this serial, Doordarshan has once again tried to bring alive the tales of courage of more than 550 freedom fighters. It is a Government of India project and produced by Contiloe Pictures.

Cast[change | change source]

Story teller[change | change source]

  • Manoj Joshi

Main[change | change source]

  • Atul Verma as Magatachan
  • Jason Shah as Vasco da Gama
  • Gajendra Chauhan as Manvikram
  • Vinod Kapoor as Alia Rama Ray
  • Barkha Bisht as Rani Abbakka
  • Shruti Bisht as Queen Abbakka's daughter
  • Himanshu Bamzai as Subramania Bharati
  • Arpit Ranka as Shivappa Nayaka
  • Krish Chauhan as Shivaji Maharaj (child)
  • Saurav Gokhale as Shivaji Maharaj
  • Mir Ali as Peshwa Bajirao
  • Gajendra Chauhan as Samudripad
  • Arshita Bhatt as Rani Laxmi Bai
  • Ganesh Venkatram[4] as Velu Thambi
  • Krip Suri as Marthanda Varma
  • Amit Pachori as Puli Thevar
  • Rudra Soni as Wazir Ali
  • Vineet Kakkar as U Tirot Singh
  • Benazir Sheikh as Ajijan Bai
  • Chaitanya Choudhary as Kanoji Angre
  • Suhasi Dhami as Rani Velu Nachiyar
  • Himanshu Malhotra as Veerapandha Kattabomman
  • Ankur Nayyar as Kerala Varma
  • Megha Chakraborty as Devi Chaudrani
  • Tabrez Khan as Bhawani Pathak
  • Ranjit Khanna as Jayi Rajguru
  • Navneet Malik as Baxi Jagabandhu
  • Mukul Harish as Tilka Majhi
  • Akshay Sethi as Sidhu Murmu
  • Amit Dolawat as Kanhu Murmu
  • Jason Tham as Narendrajit
  • Kushal Gurung as Vibhuvanjit
  • Harish Agarwal as Maharaj Chandrakirti
  • Jatin Bhatia as Raj Bali Khan
  • Jasbir Rawat as Lilambar
  • Karan Pointer as Mangal Pandey
  • Ram Yashvardhan as Bakht Khan
  • Rishiraj Pawar as Udmi Ram
  • Urvashi Pardeshi as Ratni Devi; Wife of Udmi Ram
  • Rishita Bhat as Rani Laxmi Bai
  • Navi Bhangu as Tatya Tope
  • Krishna Singh Bisht as Tikendrajit Singh
  • Ashish Dixit as Birsa Munda
  • Puneet Tejwani as Ajit Singh Sandhu
  • Asit Redidge as Ajit Singh
  • Farnaz Shetty as Avantibai
  • Kapil Arya as Vasudev Balwant Phadke
  • Shardul Pandit as Dhamodhar Hari Chapekar
  • Sagar Wahi as Balkrishna Hari Chapekar
  • Namit Shah as Vasudev Hari Chapekar
  • Teriya Magar as Young Rani Gaidinluu (16 years old)
    • Parshvi Gadiya as Child Rani Gaidinliu (13 years)
  • Himanshu Karki as Jadonang
  • Sareh Farr as Sister Nivedita
  • Ribbu mehra as Bhupendra Dutta
  • Ankit Bathla as Barin Gosh
  • Gaurav s Bajaj as Shyam Ji Krishna Verma
  • Gaurav Sharma as Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
  • Shwetha Munshi as Bhikaji Cama
  • Rahul Sharma as Madanlaal Dingra
  • Ujir Basar as Kanailal Dutta
  • Puneet Raj as SatendraNath bose
  • Ajay Chaudhary as Virendranath Chattopadhyay
  • Randheer Rai[5] as Ras Bihari Bose
  • Sandeep chatterjee as Abdul Ghaffar Khan
  • Raghav Tiwari as Baikuntha Shukla
  • Manan Joshi as Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh
  • Rohit Choudhary as Master Da Surya Sen
  • Sukriti Kandpal as Veerkanya Pritilata Waddedar
  • Shresth Kumar as Alluri Sitaram Raju
  • Priti Gandwani as Usha
  • Kirtida Mistry as Pushpalatha Das
  • Naisha Khanna as Kanaklatha Barua
  • Shagun Pandey as Mahavir Singh
  • Ashwat Kanth Sharma as Bhagat Singh
  • Manish Naggdev as Chandra Shekar Azad
  • Varun Jain as Sukhdev Thapar
  • Gaurav amlani as Shivaram Rajguru
  • Girish Jain as Sachindra Nath Sanyal
  • Vihan Verma as Ram Prasad Bismil
  • Rohit Sagar as Bhai Parmanand (old aged)
    • Hitanshu JiKinsi as Bhai Paramanand (mid aged)
  • Kinshuk Vaidya as Udham Singh
  • Himanshu Bamzai as Subramania Bharathi
    • Sachin Chaudhary as Subramania Bharathi (16 year old)
      • Viren Gangwani as Subramania Bharathi(11 Year old)

Recurring[change | change source]

  • Sourav Sharma as Krishnadevaraya
  • Vivek Sharma as Bukka Raya
  • Ishaan Singh Manhas as Nana Saheb Peshwa
  • Ankur Panchal as Allavuddin Khilji
  • Vikrant Krishna as Dalpatraya
  • Chaitra Shetty as Rani Chennabhairavi
  • Chandan Arora as Virabhadra
  • Rajputana Aishwarya as Keladi Chennamma
  • Deepali Kamath as Jija Bai
  • Satish Jadav as Tanaji
  • Krishna Choudhary as Malhar Rao Holkar
  • Rakesh Kukreti as Raja Uday Tevar
  • Shalini Vishnudev as Edachena Kunkan
  • Akhil Ojha as Pindiki Bahubalendra
  • Ananda Neelakanthan as Ettappa Naicker
  • Ganesh Venkatraman as Velu Thambi Dalava
  • Girish Soni as Bhagi Seth
  • Vineet Kakkar as u Tirot
  • Pankaj Awadhesh Shukla as Lakhan Dubey
  • Alok Narula ad Bindi Tiwari
  • Ishaan Manham as Nana Saheb
  • Krishna Shetty as Tatya Tope
  • Ram Avana as Sita Ram
  • Harish Agarwal as Maharaj Chandrakirti
  • Rohit Singh Rajput as Subhash Chandra Bose
  • Jeet Bhattacharya as Bhagat Singh
  • Jasveen Kaur ad Harnam Kaur
  • Anand Goradia as Lala Har Dayal
  • Vikas Salgotra as Umrao Singh
  • Vipul Deshpande as Daulatrao Naik
  • Alok Bhardwaj as Swami Vivekananda
  • Rajat Singh as Mahadev Vinayak Ranade
  • Ajay Mehra as Jawaharlal Nehru
  • Shivani Saxena as Bhavaneshvari Devi
  • Aniruddh Roy as Arbindo Gosh
  • Sanjeev Sharma as J.C Bose
  • Nupur Avasti as Sharda Devi
  • Vishal Jadav /Mayur Bhavasar as LokManya Tilak
  • Akhil Ojha as Lala Lajpat Ray
  • Jay Mahadik as Khudiram Bose
  • Pratik Salvi as Prafulla Chaki
  • lakshya Vahi as Naren Goswami
  • Manoj Jaiswal as F.C Dale/ David/Charch Father
  • Iqbal Azad as Subhash Chandra Bose
  • Krishna Tiwari as Vishnu Ganesh Pingle
  • Pramod Ghosh as Mahatma Gandhi
  • Sachin Ashar as Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  • Vijayesh Kumar Mishra as Revolutionary Panna Sen
  • Dhiraj Kumar Rai as Revolutionary Ambika Chakraborty
  • Mahika Sharma as Chellamma;Subramania Bharathi's wife
    • Nandini Kamakar as Chellamma(10 year old)

References[change | change source]

  1. "Doordarshan's new series Swaraj to narrate India's untold stories and historical journey from 1498 to 1947-Entertainment News , Firstpost". Firstpost. 2022-06-08. Retrieved 2022-07-30.
  2. ANI (2022-07-16). "Anurag Thakur launches promo of upcoming Doordarshan series 'Swaraj'". ThePrint. Retrieved 2022-07-30.
  3. Cariappa, Anuj (2022-07-15). "New DD for a new India: Swaraj, a 75-episode series on Indian history to air soon, promo launched today". www.oneindia.com. Retrieved 2022-07-30.
  4. "Ganesh Venkatram Talks About Playing Braveheart Velu Thambi In Freedom Series". outlookindia. Retrieved 2023-09-24.
  5. "Randheer Rai makes a TV comeback to play the role of revolutionary leader Rash Behari Bose, says 'I just couldn't say no to the role'". The Times of India. ISSN 0971-8257. Retrieved 2023-09-24.

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