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Movie: Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat Song: Palkon Mein Sapne Starcast: Rani Mukerji, Shadaab Khan, Gulshan Grover, Divya Dutta, Gajendra Chouhan, Mohnish Bahl, Saeed. Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat was an Indian TV soap regarding the journey of a simple girl who became the Queen of a palace. She hailed from low-class strata of society and was forced to work as a servant in a house due to her low socio-economicstatus. Her journey started as a servant and culminated in her becoming theQueen of a palace.

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Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat
Directed byAshok Gaikwad
Produced bySalim Akhtar
Written bySantosh Saroj
StarringRani Mukerji
Shadaab Khan
Music byAadesh Shrivastav
CinematographyAnwar Siraj
Edited byWaman Bhonsle
Aftab Pictures
Distributed byShemaroo
  • 18 October 1996
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat (transl. The King's Entourage Will Arrive) is a 1996 Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by Ashok Gaikwad.

The film marked the Hindi film debut of actress Rani Mukerji.[1] It was shot in Gangtok, and coordinated with the filming of Biyer Phool, another home production of Ram Mukherjee, Rani's father, which Rani was simultaneously shooting in the area. The film was remade into Tamil as Prathi Gnayiru 9.30 to 10.00 (2006).[2]

Plot[edit]

Mala, a young school teacher, has idealistic dreams for her future. She hopes for a grand love affair, with a large, extravagant wedding and a dashing bridegroom who will arrive on a horse. One day, Mala's friend confides in her about her relationship with the son of a wealthy man, with whom has been intimate, but is now marrying someone else. Mala accompanies her friend to the man's wedding, successfully managing to disrupt it and reveal the truth. The groom's friend, Raj, is enraged and insults Mala, in response to which she slaps him. Looking for revenge, Raj seeks Mala out and, in the presence of her pupils, beats and rapes her. Mala is distraught and ashamed, getting home to her shocked family with the help of her pupils. The police get involved and Raj is arrested. Pkard.

Baraat

Raj's powerful father, Rai Bahadur, attempts to cover up the situation by bribing Mala's guardian Karthar Singh, who refuses to accept the money. Raj's sister and brother-in-law support Mala and defend her in the case. The judge finds Raj guilty and orders that he marry Mala in the next twenty-four hours, because her honor has been ruined and no other man would be likely willing to marry her, in her eyes. Raj unsuccessfully tries to kill Mala, and so they get married without great pomp and ceremony. After the marriage, Mala moves into Raj's home, and his family begins to treat her badly. Rai Bahadur travels abroad and instructs his family to deal with Mala and ensure that she is belittled and tortured, with the hope that she is eventually driven out of their house. Raj's elder sister-in-law Sharda is especially tough on Mala since plots for her own sister to be married to Raj, due to his wealth.

Sharda and her siblings lie to Raj about Mala, telling him that she asked them to leave the house. Raj angrily tries to beat Mala but is stopped by Kartar Singh. Raj's uncle makes plans for the couples honeymoon and promises to protect Mala, however it is revealed that he is also trying to kill her.

Raj's uncle leaves a snake in the house while Mala is having a shower. When she gets dressed, she sees the snake and faints out of fear. The men believe that she has been bitten. While he is checking on Mala, the snake bites Raj's leg. Mala awakens and saves him, however she is poisoned in the process. Raj is shocked at Mala's actions and realizes that his treatment of her was wrong. His uncle tells Raj that he should leave Mala to die, however he calls a doctor and she recovers. His attitude towards her softens and he stands up to his uncle, who tries to influence him against Mala. The couple gradually fall in love.

Seeking revenge, Raj's uncle and Sharda plot to kill Mala via a gas explosion in the house. Raj's sister and brother-in-law unexpectedly arrive, and his sister goes into the kitchen to light the stove, which results in her death. Rai Bahadur's arrives back in India for his daughter's funeral, where Raj and he argue about Mala. When Raj decides to leave, an altercation arises and Mala is badly wounded. Raj takes her to the hospital and she is in critical condition. The family realises their terrible treatment of Mala, telling Rai Bahadur that they do not want to have anything to do with him. Rai Bahadur mends his ways and comes to apologise. When the police arrive to investigate the matter, Raj tries to spare his father and implicate himself, but Rai Bahadur accepts the fault. Mala regains consciousness and she saves her father-in-law by lying about the incident. After seeing Mala's kind character, she is accepted by Raj's family the couple are remarried in a grand ceremony similar to Mala's dreams.

Cast[edit]

  • Rani Mukerji as Mala Raj Bahadur Diwanchand
  • Shadaab Khan as Raj Bahadur Diwanchand
  • Javed Khan as Pratap Mala's lawyer
  • Gulshan Grover as Gyani Kartar Singh
  • Maleeka R. Ghai as Mala's Friend
  • Sulabha Deshpande as Kaushalya
  • Yunus Parvez as Judge
  • Mohnish Behl as Ramesh
  • Shashi Sharma as Sharda
  • Divya Dutta as Sharda's younger sister
  • Saeed Jaffrey as Rai Bahadur
  • Arjun as Inspector Khan
  • Goga Kapoor as Lawyer Gyan Prakash
  • G. Asrani as Sharda's brother
  • Raza Murad as Raj's Uncle
  • Jennifer Winget as a kid in school

Music[edit]

  1. ' Aankhein Ladi Tumse' - Kumar Sanu, Asha Bhosle
  2. 'Chanda Ki Chori Karke Chakori' - Aditya Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sababat Akhtar
  3. 'I Love You' - Vinod Rathore, Poornima
  4. 'Kya Roop Hai Tera Kya Rang Hai Tera' - Udit Narayan, Poornima
  5. 'Love Bird Kehte Hai Mujhko' - Vijay Benedict
  6. 'Palkon Mein Sapne Chamke Ahista' - Poornima
  7. 'Rab Ka Hoon Banda' - Mangal Singh
  8. 'Raja Ki Aayi Hai Baraat' - [Ramesh Bindas

References[edit]

  1. ^Das, Amit (1 July 2008). 'I didn't want to join films initially: Rani Mukerji'. Hindustan Times. Archived from the original on 13 March 2014. Retrieved 6 January 2012.
  2. ^https://www.thehindu.com/features/metroplus/society/child-stars-on-the-big-screen/article7873221.ece

External links[edit]

  • Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat on IMDb
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Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat
GenreDrama
Romance
Supernatural thriller
Directed byPankaj Kumar, Taraknath Mourya, and Pawan Kumar
StarringSee Below
Opening theme'Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat' by Alka Yagnik
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of episodes637
Production
ProducersRD Sharma, Saroj Sharma, and Rashmi Sharma
Running time24 minutes
Release
Original networkStar Plus
Picture format576i (SDTV)
Original release21 January 2008 –
1 October 2010
External links
[dead link] Website

Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat is an Indian television series which aired on Star Plus between 2008 and 2010.[1][2] The show outlined the journey of Rani, who goes from being a servant of a palace to being the queen of Rajkumar Yudhistir.[3] The serial was produced by Rashmi Sharma Telefilms for M-Net Original Production.[4]

Plot[edit]

Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat is the journey of a Rani as she goes from a servant to the queen of the palace and how she manages the responsibilities of a queen and the elder daughter-in-law. After many obstacles, Rajkumar Yudhistir and Rani finally unite.

Rani gives birth to a daughter. Ira, a ghost, was in love with Rani's husband, Kuvar Yuddishter; she came as the baby's nanny. Rani comes in disguise of an old woman Bhoomi to find out about Ira. Bhoomi finds out that Ira's real name is Mohini and about how wicked she was in her past and her home, Bhavan-bitti-ki-kotri. Ira disables Bhoomi's speech so she can't tell anyone about her evilness. After a battle, Rani manages to win and Bhoomi gets back her speech.

Rani and Yudishter both die in a car accident, leaving their young daughter, Sandhya alone. At first, Sandhya was named Mohini but, upon realizing that Ira's real name was Mohini, they changed it. Mohini (Ira) curses Sandhiya as she dies, to seek revenge from Rani that her face becomes ugly at dusk. A new maid Sajili has come to their palace, only to steal. She has a thief son, Virendra/Viru. Viru along with his friend, Balma, pretends to be the prince Kuvar Veer to fool the royal family. Raja Sahib and Choti Rani plan a wedding with Viru and Sandhiya as they think her marriage with Virendra will break Mohini (Ira)'s spell. Rudra and Bhoomi are not shown. Kuvar Aryaman, Bhoomi and Rudhr's son, who is younger than Sandhiya, has put a man called Rajveer in Viru's place. Sandhiya has accepted her marriage with Rajveer. They both plan to seduce Sandhya.

Sandhya knows little that Aryaman and Rajveer are planning to ruin her life. They also created a duplicate Sandhya by cloning her by taking blood samples, hair, skin, nails etc. Later Aryaman and Rajveer apologise the royal family and Sandhya as well. The duplicate is said to be destroyed and Mohini's spell is recovered. Then the serial ends in a happy note as the whole cast re-assembles.

Cast[edit]

  • Anjali Abrol as Rani Yudhishthir Sisodia
  • Kapil Nirmal as Rajkumar Yudhishthir Sisodia
  • Mrinal Kulkarni as Kalyani Sisodia (Choti Rani)
  • Dimple Jhangiani as Sandhya
  • Pankaj Dheer as Mr. Sisodia (Raja Sahaab)
  • Amit Dua as Kunwar Rudra
  • Kanika Maheshwari as Rajkumari Bhoomi
  • Ravi Bhatia as Balma
  • Arjun Mahajan as Veer
  • Ali Merchant as Kunwar Angad
  • Jyotsna Karyekar as Dadi
  • Siddhartha Gupta as Munna
  • Ali Hassan as Bhushan
  • Kushal Punjabi as Neel
  • Poonam Gulati as Amy
  • Rishika Mihani as Ira
  • Guddi Maruti as Chachi / Chunderkaliah
  • Iira Soni as Rajkumari Nandini
  • Anurag Prapanna as Chacha / Surdurion
  • Nupur Alankar as Thumki Bua
  • Apara Mehta as Jhumki Bua
  • Upasana Singh as Bhanumati
  • Divyajyotee Sharma as Kali
  • Pallavi Subhash Chandran as Namki
  • Dishank Arora as Kuwar Aryamaan
  • Anuradha as Badi Rani
  • Zafar as Agni
  • Prithvi Zutshi as Lawyer
  • Raj Singh as Saksham
  • Sunayana Fozdar as Niharika
  • Via Chaudhary as Imli / Sona
  • Mahesh Chandra Bhatt as Kidnapper
  • Unknown as Mrityu
  • Unknown as Rajveer
  • Hina Khan as Akshara
  • Puja Banerjee as Vrinda
  • Giaa Manek as Gopi
  • Rucha Hasabnis as Rashi
  • Shweta Tiwari as Prerna
  • Additi Gupta as Heer
  • Ragini Khanna as Suhana
  • Anupriya Kapoor as Tani
  • Sara Khan as Sadhna
  • Parul Chauhan as Ragini
  • Pooja Gor as Pratigya

Production[edit]

In November 2008, the shootings and telecast of all the Hindi television series including this series and films were stalled on 8 November 2008 due to dispute by the technician workers of FWICE (Federation of Western India Cine Employees) for increasing the wages, better work conditions and more breaks between shootings.[5] FWICE first took a strike on 1 October 2008 when they addressed their problems with the producers and production was stalled.[6] A contract was signed after four days discussions and shooting were happening only for two hours content in a day then after which differences increased between them while channels gave them time until 30 October 2008 to sort it out.[7] Failing to do so lead to protests again from 10 November 2008 to 19 November 2008 during which channels blacked out new broadcasts and repeat telecasts were shown from 10 November 2008.[7][8] On 19 November 2008, the strike was called off after settling the disputes and the production resumed.[9] The new episodes started to telecast from 1 December 2008.[10]

Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat was replaced by the TV serial Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak? on 4 October 2010.

References[edit]

  1. ^'Telly's top 10'. The Telegraph (India).
  2. ^'Raja Ki Aayegi Baarat'. The Times of India.
  3. ^'Yudi's exits from the show?'. The Indian Express.
  4. ^'Rise of early prime-time'. The Indian Express.
  5. ^'Cine technicians go on strike'. The Indian Express.
  6. ^'Work hit as 1.5 lakh cine workers strike work'. Outlook India.
  7. ^ ab'Strike off, TV shooting to resume'. The Indian Express.
  8. ^'No more repeat of TV soaps as TV industry strike ends'. India Today.
  9. ^'No more repeat telecast of TV soaps as strike ends'. Live Mint.
  10. ^'New look return'. The Telegraph.

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