Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki (2005)

About the Show

Launched on May 30th 2005, Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki was the flagship show on Sahara-One Channel for six years. The show ended on a happy note in January 2011 with the completion of almost 1400 successful episodes.

A girl from an affluent background, Rani faces an adaptive challenge when she is married into a difficult family.The show traces Rani's journey from being a naïve girl to her metamorphosis into a woman of strength who faces all obstacles without flinching. She triumphantly journeys through her life's trials keeping her values intact; the values learnt from the great Indian epic, 'Ramayan'.

Winner of numerous awards, the show was one of the longest running daily soap on Indian Television at the time it closed; a strong indicator that audiences loved the show. Other popular aspects of the show are the music and the soulful lyrics especially written for each episode.

No. of
Episodes

1387

30 Minutes

Awards

ITA Award 2010

  • Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki received a Milestone Award at The ITA Milestone Awards 2010
 

Sansui Television Awards 2008

  • M.V Nageshwar Rao received Best Audiography Award
  • Avinash Kore received Best Make-up Man Award
 

The Indian Television Academy (ITA) 2007

  • Vikram Acharya received Best Actor in a Negative Role Award
  • Shagufta Ali received Best Actress in a Supporting Role Award
  • M. V. Nageshwar Rao received Best Audiography Award
  • Shagufta Ali received Best Actress in a Comic Role Award
  • Best Programme with a Social Message
  • Best Daily Serial
  • Best Continuing TV Programme
 

RAPA Awards 2005

  • Navin-Manish (Music Director) received Best Title Song Award
 

Indian Telly Awards 2005

  • Special Commendation Award
  • Best Screenplay (Drama) and Best Screenplay (Overall) (Best Writer - Shashi Mittal & Sumit Mittal)
 

Kalakaar Awards 2005

  • Reena Kapoor received Best Actress Award

Cast

Reena Kapoor as Rani / Pari

Arjun Punj and Kashif Khan as Raj Goyal / Prince Thapar

Aamir Ali as Saumya Parashar

Karan Grover as Rishabh

Vinay Jain as Dr. Manav

Sameer Sharma as Rishabh Johri

Concept & Head – TV Division

Kavita Barjatya

Story

Shashi Mittal

Sumit Mittal

Screenplay

Shashi Mittal

Sumit Mittal

Dialogues

Minakshi Gupta

Lyrics

Dipti Mishra

Manish Tripathi

Shivani Shrivastav

Music

Navin-Manish

Director

Kaushik Ghatak

Sujeet Singh

Raviraj

Sundeep Dara

Vikram Ghai

Irfan Sheikh

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