Dard Ka Rishta (TV series)

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Dard ka rishta "Badalte Sambandhon ki kahani"
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Written byParas Jaiswal
Directed bySanjeev Kolte,
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes243
Producer(s)Mahesh Bajaj
Original networkDD National

Dard ka Rishta is an Indian television show, aired on DD National.[1]. Dard Ka Rishta is a story of two brothers who disregard their widow mother.[2]


  • Vinod Kapoor as Amarnath sharma
  • Raman Khatri as Amarnath brother Kedarnath sharma
  • Anwar Fatehan as Amarnath 's cousin Bakilal sharma
  • Rajni Chandra as Amarnath sharma's wife Sharavni sharma
  • Shravani Goswam as Kedarnath sharma's wife Sarasvati sharma
  • Pankaj Kalra as Mukund prasad chaurasiya
  • Chandan Madan as Mukund prasad chaurasiya's son Chandan chaurasiya
  • Ram Awana as Shravan Dollya
  • Tom Alter as Amarnath and Kedarnath's father Dindyal sharma
  • Sushma Seth as Ganga dindyal sharma(Amarnath and Kedarnath's mother
  • Ankit Gera as Amarnath's son Vaibhav sharma


The main plot of the series revolve around the Sharma Brothers (Amarnath, Kedarnath and Cousin Bakilal) and their old widow mother Ganga Deendayal Sharma. They all live in a luxurious palace and owns a travel agency. But the two brothers are in heavy debt and with their office mortgaged, which is about to be auctioned. They plan to sell their ancestral property of Pili Bhit, but their mother refuses to sign any such paper. This is why they decide to abandon her in Haridwar. Where another unknown family of Mukund Prasad gives her all the love and care which her real off springs couldn't. Bakilal , an unprincipled man, when came to know about Mukund Prasad send his man Shravan to abduct Ganga Sharma and ask ransom from Amarnath and Kedarnath. Shravan's sister gets attached to Dadi Maa (Ganga Sharma).[3]


  1. "Hindi Tv Serial Dard Ka Rishta Synopsis Aired On DOORDARSHAN Channel". nettv4u. Retrieved 2020-12-06.
  2. "Dard Ka Rishta - YouTube". www.youtube.com.
  3. "Dard Ka Rishta". iEntertain.

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