Mere Rang Mein Rangne Waali (2014)
Rajshri’s debut on Life OK with ‘Mere Rang Mein Rangne Waali’ depicted a beautiful love story set amidst a world of changes.
As said, change is the only constant thing in the world. Irrespective of the region, every family ponders on one simple question, the question of how much freedom is too much? The task of balancing a right code and striking a perfect balance between different generations is something that can’t be ignored and has to be dealt with in our own ways…
The show starts with a fresh love story and a marriage with a twist. Radha is a Mumbai-bred, ambitious girl and Liladhar (LD) is a young, charming guy from Mathura who has come to Mumbai for further studies, and is in the same college as Radha. Both have completely different personalities. LD is carefree and full of life while Radha is focussed and wants to be an actress and look after her family.Their paths cross and they get married by accident, considering their childish attitude, as a result of a game played purely in the mood of youthfulness.
But this game will change their lives forever. Radha refuses to accept the marriage and LD as her husband. LD is all set to woo and convince her to give their marriage a chance.
The beautiful journey of Radha and LD in ‘Mere Rang Mein Rangne Waali’ concludes on happy note.
No.of Episodes: 170, 30 MINUTES
Director: Romesh Kalra, Rakesh Malhotra
Casting: Samridh Bawa As Leeladhar Chaturvedi, Pranali Ghogare As Radha Pathaka
Concept & Head – TV Division: Devaansh S. Barjatya
Story: Rohini Ninawe
Screenplay: Sonali Jaffer, Gitangshu Dey, Pavni Mehandiratta
Dialogues: Jainesh Ejardar
Lyrics: Raghvendra Singh
Music: Navin-Manish, Akash-Vihan
Samridh Bawa As Leeladhar Chaturvedi, Pranali Ghogare As Radha Pathaka
Concept & Head – TV Division
Devaansh S. Barjatya
Sonali Jaffer, Gitangshu Dey, Pavni Mehandiratta
Romesh Kalra, Rakesh Malhotra