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Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai

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Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
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Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai Opening Sequence
Genre Indian soap opera
Created by Director's Kut Productions
Based on Fiction Characters
Written by Saba Mumtaz
Bhavna Vyas
Ghazala Nargis
Munisha Rajpal
Directed by Romesh Kalra
Rishi Mandial
Ram Pandey
Creative director(s) Vivek Bahl
Starring See Cast list
Opening theme Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai By Alka Yagnik
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 01
No. of episodes 2370 as on April 24, 2017
Production
Executive producer(s) Vivek Jain
Producer(s) Rajan Shahi
Location(s) Mumbai
Udaipur
Goa
Rishikesh
Bangkok
Cape Town
Hong Kong
Zürich
Bikaner
Cinematography Arjuni Rao
Editor(s) Sameer Gandhi
Running time 22 minutes
Release
Original network Star Plus
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release 12 January 2009 (2009-01-12) – present

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai(English: What does this relationship say) is an Indian Hindi language television drama that premiered on January 12, 2009 and airs every Mon-Fri at 9:30 pm on Star Plus. The show, which focuses on the daily happenings within the household of an Udaipur based Rajasthani family, is produced by Rajan Shahi's Director's Kut Productions. It is the longest running Hindi series on Indian television by episode count surpassing Balika Vadhu.

Plot

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai is the story of a young couple, Naitik and Akshara Singhania, who live in a Marwari joint family in Udaipur. The story showcases their journey first as a married couple going through adjustment issues, then as parents of young children, and how they learn to love each other and their respective extended families while becoming mature members of their household. Over the course of the series, Akshara and Naitik have a baby boy called Naksh.

4 years leap

Naksh is a grown up child.[clarification needed] The family experienced happiness and sadness together. The family went for a trip, but during the trip, Gayatri had an accident and died. After their marriage, they are now focusing on their children, Naksh and Naira, Naksh's childhood to Naira's childhood. Dadaji(grandfather) suddenly dies from a heart attack. Bhabhima blames Akshara and throws her out of the house.

10 years leap

After a leap it shows Naksh and Naira as sensible grown-ups. Akshara, Naitik, Naksh, and Naira live in Cape Town. Naksh returns to Udaipur. He tries to clear the misunderstandings of Bhabimaa. After many days, Akshara is forgiven and is back in the house. Then it shows the family's happiness. The story then focuses on Naksh. It shows how Naksh falls in love with Tara but soon breaks up with her.

7 years leap

The show takes another leap which focuses on teenager Naira, who flees from her house and lives in Rishikesh. After finding Naira, the story takes a new twist, creating a love triangle between Kartik, Naitik's employee, Naira and Gayatri, Naitik's niece. Naira and Kartik have feelings for each other, unaware that it is love, and Gayu has a one sided love for Kartik, unaware of the fact that Kartik doesn't love her at all. Recently, the show focuses on Naitik being attacked by his step brother, Naman. Naman kidnaps him and states that he'll release him after a few days, after he gets Naitik's signature on the documents and if they attend a meeting together. He threatens Naitik not to go against him or he'll harm Naitik's family. Later, he is arrested by the police. Naitik and Akshara reunite and spend time together. Meanwhile, Kartik proposes to Naira in Switzerland, and she is confused, not knowing what answer to give him. Naira initially refuses Kartik's proposal, which hurts him deeply. However, Naira realizes later that she loves him. She plans to tell Kartik that she loves him, but she finds out that Gayu also loves Kartik. Mishti tells Akshara and Naitik that Kartik and Naira love each other, and they, along with Gayu and Mishti, unite Kartik and Naira. After Diwali, Kartik and Naira confess their love for each other. Kartik doesn't want to talk about his family as he hates them. Later, his sister, Kirti, turns up with his aunt and uncle. Meanwhile, on Akshara's birthday, everyone goes for a veneration, but apparently Akshara dies in a car accident. Singhanias blames Kartik for Akshara's death, as Kartik was found in a drunk and injured state at the accident spot. Kartik's family shows up and supports Kartik. Later, Naira finds that Kartik is not the culprit and it is someone else. Naira proves Kartik's innocence by finding the real culprit. Naira helps Naitik overcome grief and manage his company again. Kartik doesn't like Manish and Swarna as he thinks they were responsible for his mother's death. He refused to stay at home after marriage, while Naira promises Swarna to stay at Goenka villa after the wedding.

6 months later The two families agree to Kartik's and Naira's marriage and start making preparations for their marriage. The wedding ceremonies start with tilak being top of the list. This is supposed to be a no women function, but Singhanias and Maheshwaris are unaware and bring their female members along. Karthik's dadi is not pleased seeing this, but agrees when Manish makes her understand that they can't send them away, since they are already here. Karthik and Naira's cousin plan for them to video chat before the tilak ritual could start. Naira notices Karthik's young cousin Kush hiding in a cupboard. Later, Karthik gives his phone to Mishti and Gayu, who keep it on a stand so Naira can see the ritual taking place. Naira notices that Kush is not to be seen. She realizes he is still in the cupboard. Naira tries to call everyone, but they all have kept their phones away so that there is no disturbance in the puja. Having no other option, Naira herself drives to Goenka Villa. She accidentally dashes into a servant mixing red powder with water before entering the house, because of which her foot prints(Lakshmi chaap) come in the house, which lead to her before marriage accidental grah pravesh. Naira manages to Kush. Dadi is not happy about the unannounced grah pravesh and consults a pandit what should be done. The pandit advises a name change for Naira. Karthik's dadi proposes the new name Sumeedha for Naira infront of her family but they strongly disagree. Next day Kartik and Naira come after consulting another pandit from Rishikesh, who told them that they need to keep a number of Nirjal Vrat (fast without having water). Time for Kaira's engagement. Here another twist takes place, Goenkas decide to order a rare blue diamond for Naira's ring, but before they are able to do so, Singhania's have already ordered it and placed it in the ring for Karthik. Karthik's chachi's brother who was responsible for getting the diamond fears and puts a fake diamond in the ring. Goenkas come to know the diamond is fake when there is around half an hour for the engagement to start and have no idea what to do. Since all the press reporters who had heard rumors of Goenkas giving a rare blue diamond to there would be daughter-in-law had come. Naira overhears their problems and manages to exchange the diamonds in both rings. Kirti's husband makes an entry after the ring ceremony is over, seeming to have an evil eye on Naira. After the engagement Karthik and Naira's family tell them about the thrill of arranged marriage. They both meet up and decide not to call, chat or meet each other, so that they get the arranged marriage feeling. Ganpati puja is organized where Karthik gets angry seeing Naira's closeness with Suvarna. However the two soon make up. Singhanias celebrate Makar Sankranti with Goenkas and Maheshwaris. Kaira happily romance in between. Naksh and Naitik go to book a palace for Kaira's wedding but the manager misbehaves with them, which makes Naksh raise his hand. Karthik later goes to the palace manager and handles the situation. Manish gets angry when he knows that Karthik apologized to the manager for Singhanias fault. The two have a heated argument and Karthik asks Manish and Suvarna not to attend his wedding. Kaira's sangeet ceremony takes place the many performances of different cultures, south Indian, Marashtian, Gujrati, Punjabi, by the family members. Kartik gets angry and leaves the venue when Suvarna and Manish come to the sangeet ceremony on Naira's insistence. Naira goes behind Kartik, who has climbed into a truck. The family notices Kaira missing and wonder what to do since Kaira's performance was next, however Kaira manage to give their dance performance through video. Goenkas oraganize at cocktail party at which, Naira's past about fleeing from her house gets revealed in front of the Goenkas and Suhasini calls off the marriage. Kartik explains to his family that similar to when he left his family's house for a couple of years, Naira did something very similar and accusing anyone of doing anything wrong isn't right. The two families make up and Kartik and Naira's marriage is back on track. Kartik finds out that Mansi is the one that run over Akshara. Kartik is intent to inform Naira that Mansi is the real one who ran Akshara over, however he fails to do so. Manish finds out what Mansi has done and upon Manish's request, Akhilesh informs Kartik that he has told Naira. However, they have only stated that Kartik is upset because he's missing his mother. They then continue with the wedding.

Parallel story arcs

In parallel to Akshara and Naitik's stories, the stories of their respective siblings also form significant story arcs in the series. The past plots have been built around the lives of Naitik's sisters Nandini and Rashmi. The series has also focused on Naitik's step-siblings. The series has continuously paralleled the story of Akshara-Naitik with that of Varsha-Shaurya. Varsha is Akshara's best friend and Shaurya is her older brother. The shows also focus on Naksh (2015–2016), Kartik (2016–), Naira (2016–), Gayatri "Gayu" Deora (2016–) & Tara (2015–2016). Naksh is Naitik & Akshara's son, Gayu, is Nikhil-Rashmi's daughter (Sameer's stepdaughter). Naira is the youngest child and only daughter of Akshara and Naitik, now the main female lead of the show. Kartik is Naitik's employee and Naira's love interest, the new lead of the show along with Naira. Tara was Naksh's fiancée until she leaves him.

Cast

Main cast

  • Shivangi Joshi as Naira Kartik Goenka : Kartik's wife, Naitik-Akshara's daughter (2016–)(Main Female Lead)
  • Mohsin Khan (actor) as Kartik Manish Goenka: Naira's Husband (2016–)(Main Male Lead)

Supporting cast

  • Vishal Singh as Naitik Raj Shekhar Singhania: Akshara's husband, Naksh-Naira's father (2016-)
  • Parul Chauhan as Suvarna Manish Goenka: Kirti's & Kartik step-mother (2016–)[1]
  • Sachin Tyagi as Manish Goenka: Kartik's father (2016–)[2]
  • Kanchi Singh as Gayatri Nikhil Deora - Naira's cousin, Rashmi-Nikhil's daughter, Sameer's step-daughter (2016-)
  • Rishi Dev as Naksh Naitik Singhania : Akshara and Naitik's son , Naira's brother (2017-)
  • Mohena Singh as Kirti Bansal : Aditya's wife, Karthik's sister (2016-)
  • Romit Sharma as Aditya Bansal: Karthik's brother -in-law, Kirti's husband (2017-)[3]
  • Swati Chitnis as Suhasini Goenka: Kartik's paternal grandmother (dadi) (2016–)
  • Ali Hassan as Akhilesh Goenka: Kartik's paternal uncle (chachu) (2016–)
  • Shilpa Raizada as Surekha Goenka: Akhilesh's wife, Kartik's aunt (chachi) (2016–)
  • Sandeep Mehta as Raj Shekhar Singhania: Naira's paternal grandfather (dadaji) (2009–)
  • Kshitee Jog as Devyani Raj Shekhar Singhania: Raj Shekhar's 2nd wife, Naira's paternal grandmother (choti dadi) (2014–)
  • Medha Sambutkar as Kaveri Mahendra Pratap Singhania: Naira's paternal grandaunt (badi dadi) (2009–)
  • Priyanka Udhwani as Karishma Naman Singhania: Naman's wife, Naira's aunt (chachi) (2014–)
  • Aarna Sharma as Mishti Naman Singhania: Naira's cousin, Naman-Karishma's daughter (2015–)

Recurring cast

  • Sanjeev Seth as Vishambharnath Maheshwari: Naira's maternal grandfather (nanu) (2009–)
  • Lata Sabharwal as Rajshri Vishambharnath Maheshwari: Naira's maternal grandmother (nani) (2009–)
  • Pooja Joshi as Varsha Shaurya Maheshwari: Naira's maternal aunt (mami) (2009–)
  • Yash Gera as Shaurya Vishambharnath Maheshwari: Naira's maternal uncle (mamaji) (2013–)
  • Yamini Makwana as Kuhu Shaurya Maheshwari: Naira's cousin, Shaurya-Sneha's daughter (2016-)
  • Akshaya Naik as Ananya Ranveer Sharma: Naira's cousin, Varsha-Shaurya's daughter, Ranveer's wife (2015–)
  • Arjun Kohli as Ranveer Sharma: Ananya's husband (2016–)
  • Nidhi Uttam as Nandini Mohit Agarwal: Kaveri-Mahendra Pratap's daughter, Mohit's wife, Yash-Anmol's mother, Naira's paternal aunt (bua) (2009–)
  • Shamik Abbas as Mohit Agarwal: Naitik's best friend, Nandini's husband, Naira's uncle (phupaji) (2015–)
  • Sanchit Sharma as Yash Mohit Agarwal: Naira's cousin, Nandini-Mohit's adopted son, Rose's husband (2015–)
  • Sippora Zoutewelle as Rose Yash Agarwal: Yash's wife (2016–)
  • Karan Pahwa as Anmol Mohit Agarwal: Naira's cousin, Nandini-Mohit's son (2016–)
  • Sunita Rao as Rukmini Agarwal: Mohit's mother (2010–)

Former cast

  • Hina Khan as Akshara Naitik Singhania: Vishambhar-Rajshri's daughter, Naitik's wife, Naksh-Naira's mother (former main female lead) (2009–2016) (death of character)
  • Karan Mehra as Naitik Raj Shekhar Singhania: Gaytri-Raj's son, Akshara's husband, Naksh-Naira's father (Former Main Male Lead) (2009–2016) (replaced)
  • Rohan Mehra as Naksh Naitik Singhania: Akshara-Naitik's son, Naira's brother, Naintara's ex fiance (2nd Main Male Lead) (2015–2016) (replaced)
  • Ashnoor Kaur as Young Naira Naitik Singhania: Naitik-Akshara's daughter (2015–2016) (replaced)
  • Shivansh Kotia as Young Naksh Naitik Singhania: Naitik-Akshara's son (2012–2015) (replaced)
  • Bani as Baby Naksh Naitik Singhania: Naitik-Akshara's son (2011–2012) (replaced)
  • Mishka Jain as Baby Naira Naitik Singhania: Naitik-Akshara's daughter (2015) (replaced)
  • Harbandana Kaur as Young Kuhu
  • Umang Jain as Tara Singh Shekhawat: Naksh's ex fiance (2015–2016)
  • Ather Habib as Shaurya Vishambharnath Maheshwari: Akshara's brother, Rajshri's son (2009–2013) (replaced)
  • Neha Saroopa as Rashmi Sameer Desai: Gaytri-Raj's daughter, Naitik's sister, Nikhil-Sameer's wife, Gayu's mother (2009–2016) (dead)
  • Mazher Sayed as Sameer Desai: Rashmi's second husband (2015)
  • Sonali Verma as Gayatri Raj Shekhar Singhania: Raj's 1st wife, Naitik-Rashmi's mother, Akshara's mother in law, Naksh-Naira's grandmother (2009–2013) (dead)
  • Sanjai Gandhi/Abhijeet Lahri as Mahendra Pratap Singhania (Dadaji): Kaveri's husband, Nandini's father, Naitik's uncle (2009–2015) (dead)
  • Manu Malik as Omkarnath Maheshwari: Akshara's uncle, Sunaina's husband, Anshuman's father (2009–2016)
  • Neelima Taddepalli as Sunaina Omkarnath Maheshwari: Naira's maternal grand aunt (choti nani) Akshara's aunt, Omkar's wife, Anshuman's mother (2009–2016)
  • Aman Sharma/Dheeraj Gumbar as Anshuman Omkarnath Maheshwari: Akshara's cousin brother, Jasmeet's husband (2009–2015)/(2015–2016)
  • Shirin Sewani as Jasmeet Anshuman Maheshwari: Anshuman's wife (2014–2016)
  • Anshul Pandey as Naman Raj Singhania: Suresh-Devyani's son, Raj's step son, Muskaan's brother, Karishma's husband, Mishti's father (2014–2016)
  • Vineeta Malik as Bhairavi Maheshwari: Vishambharnath-Omkarnath's mother, Akshara's grandmother, Naira's maternal great grand mother (badi nani) (2009–2016)
  • Alok Nath as Chandrabhan Singh Shekhawat: Tara's grandfather (2015–2016)
  • Amal Sehrawat as Sangram Singh Shekhawat: Tara's brother (2015–2016)
  • Shivam Agarwal as Aditya Singh Shekhawat: Tara's brother (2015–2016)
  • Vaishali Takkar as Sanjana: Naksh's friend (2015–2016)
  • Khushmeet Gill as Nannu Anshuman Maheshwari: Anshuman-Jasmeet's son (2015–2016)
  • Navika Kotia as Prerna Singhania: Grown up Chikki (2013)
  • Reem Sheikh as young Prerna Singhania (chikki): Singhania's adopted child (2012)
  • Zarina Roshan Khan as Muskaan Alok Awasthi: Naman's sister (2014–2015)
  • Amit Dolawat as Alok Awasthi: Muskaan's husband (2009, 2014–2015)
  • Ashish Kapoor as Nikhil Rajendra Deora: Rashmi's ex-husband (2011–2012)
  • Rakesh Deewana as Maharaj: Singhania's ex chef (2009–2014)
  • Roshan Khan as Gopi Dadi: Bhairvi's friend (2009–2014)
  • Ali Merchant as Rituraj: Naitik's cousin brother (2009)
  • Preeti Sharma as Bindiya (2009)
  • Amardeep Jha as Shankari: Akshara's match-maker (2009–2016)
  • Charu Asopa as Sneha: Naitik's worker, Kuhu's mother (2010)
  • Anurag Nigam as Ankit (2013)
  • Urmila Sharma as Rukmini Agarwal (2009–2010)
  • Alpesh Gehlot as Samar: Akshara's admirer (2012)
  • Anand Mani as Bhajinder Singh: Maheshwari's servant (2009–2012)
  • Sunita Rajwar as Dhaniya Bhajinder Singh: Bajinder's wife (2009–2012)
  • Akanksha Kapil as Antara: Loves Naitik (2012)
  • Bhuvan Chopra as Ratan
  • Neha Sehgal as Payal
  • Divya Bhatnagar as Gulaboo (2009–2015)
  • Sonal Shrivastava as Juhi
  • Sheetal Tiwari as Sukanya: Naira's friend (2016) (dead)
  • Veena Jagtap as Nisha Singh Sekhawat (2016)
  • Suzanne Bernert as Martha: Rose's mother(2016)
  • Fahad Ali as Vivaan: Gayu's school friend (2016)
  • Nupur Joshi as Soumya Manish Goenka: Kartik and Kirti's mother, Manish's 1st wife (2016)(dead)
  • Tia Gandwani as Priyanka: Kartik's maternal aunt (masi) (2017)

Special Appearances

Crossover

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai had many crossover episodes with many shows. In 2009, the show had an integration with Sapna Babul Ka...Bidaai. In 2012, the show had a crossover episode with Diya Aur Baati Hum. In 2016, Diya Aur Baati Hum's' lead actress Deepika Singh had made an entry.

Reception and impact

The show is one of the most awarded shows of Indian Television[5] and is India's longest running television series by episode count.[citation needed]

Hina Khan participated in the 'Power of 49' campaign in which soap opera actors used their influence to urge women to vote.[6]

Shoma Munshi said the show has "simplicity and highly emotional content" and was noted for placing female characters in the historical tradition of a large joint family.[7]

Adaptations

The show is also broadcast by Urdu 1 and Star Plus sister channel STAR Utsav. The show always maintained the top spot among Indian TV serials that aired in Pakistan.[8] The show was beaten three to four times by Kumkum Bhagya that aired on Geo Kahani [9] but recovered its leading position. The show also recorded one of the highest TRP in Pakistan.[10]

Awards

Ye Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai awards and nominations

Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Star Parivaar Awards
24 30
Zee Gold Awards
15 16
Indian Telly Awards
3 6
Indian Television Academy Awards
4 4
Big Star Entertainment Awards
3 1
Lions Gold Awards
7 2
Garv Indian TV Awards
35 1
FICCI Excellence Awards and Frames Honours
3
BIG Star Young Entertainers Awards
1
Totals
Awards won 95
Nominations 100

Star Parivaar Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2009 Favourite Maa Sonali Verma Won[11]
Favourite Devrani
Favourite Naya Sadasya (Male) Karan Mehra
Favourite Naya Sadasya (Female) Hina Khan
Favourite Yogya Jodi Hina KhanKaran Mehra
Favourite Buzurg Vineeta Malik
Favourite Saas
Favourite Bhabhi Pooja Joshi
Favourite Jethani Medha Sambutkar
SPL Honour Rajan Shahi
2010 Favourite Beti Hina Khan Won[12]
Favourite Patni
Favourite Maa Lata Sabharwal
Favourite Pita Sanjeev Seth
Favourite Jethani Medha Sambutkar
Favourite Family Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
SPL Honour Rajan Shahi
2011 Favourite Bhabhi Hina Khan Won[13]
Most Stylish Sadasya (Female)
Favourite Pati Karan Mehra
Favourite Sasur Sanjeev Seth
Favourite Jodi Hina KhanKaran Mehra
Favourite Serial Rajan Shahi
2012 Favourite Beti Hina Khan Won[14]
Most Stylish Actress (Female)
Favourite Beta Karan Mehra
Favourite Sasur Sanjeev Seth
Favourite Bhabhi Pooja Joshi
2013 Favourite Bhabhi Hina Khan Won[15]
Favourite Patni
Favourite Pita Karan Mehra
Favourite Chhota Sadasya Shivansh Kotia
Favourite Bhabhi Pooja Joshi
SPL Mention for completing 1000 episodes Rajan Shahi
2014 Favourite Maa Hina Khan Won[16]
Favourite Family Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
Favourite Pita Karan Mehra
Favourite Chhota Sadasya Shivansh Kotia
2015 Favourite Maa Hina Khan Won[17]
Favourite Bhabhi Pooja Joshi
Favourite Pati Karan Mehra
Favourite Naya Sadasya (Male) Rohan Mehra
Favourite Sasur Sandeep Mehta
SPL Mention for Longest Running Show Rajan Shahi
2016 Favourite Chhota Sadasya Ashnoor Kaur Won

New Talent Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2009 Best Actress Hina Khan Won [18]
Most Promising Actor Karan Mehra
Most Promising New Show Rajan Shahi

Indian Television Academy Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2009 Best Actress-Drama (Popular) Hina Khan Won [19]
Best Actor-Drama (Popular) Karan Mehra
Best Serial-Drama (Popular) Rajan Shahi
Best Costumes Ritu Deora
2010 Best Actress-Drama (Popular) Hina Khan Won [19]
Best Direction Neeraj Baliyan
Best Serial-Drama (Jury) Rajan Shahi
ITA Scroll Honour Yeh Rishta & Bidaai
2011 Best Direction' Neeraj Baliyan Won [19]
GR8! Ensemblance Cast Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai Team
2012 Best Actress-Drama (Popular) Hina Khan Won [19]
Best Direction Neeraj Baliyan
Best Serial-Drama (Popular) Rajan Shahi
2013 Best Actress-Drama (Popular) Hina Khan Won [19]
Best Actress in Supporting Role (Drama) Sonali Verma
Best Serial-Drama (Popular) Rajan Shahi
Best Child Artist Shivansh Kotia
Best Music Composer Naveen
2015" Popular Choice Actress Hina Khan Won [19]
Popular Choice Actor Karan Mehra

Indian Telly Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2009 Best Fresh Face (Popular) Hina Khan Won [20]
Most Popular Ensemblance Cast Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
Most Popular Drama Series Rajan Shahi
Best Costumes Ritu Deora
2010 Most Popular Actress in a Lead Role Hina Khan Won [20]
Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Drama (Jury) Sanjeev Seth
Most Popular Daily Series Rajan Shahi
Most Popular Ensemblance Cast Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
Best Direction Jai Kalra & Ram Panday
2012 Most Popular Continuing TV Series Rajan Shahi Won [20][21]
Best Direction Jai Kalra
2013 Best Onscreen Couple (Critics) Hina Khan & Karan Mehra Won [20]
Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Drama (Critics) Abhijeet Lahiri
Best Television Show of the Year Rajan Shahi
Most Popular Show with Social Message
Most Popular Continuing TV Show
Most Popular Child Artist Shivansh Kotia
2014 Most Popular Child Artist Shivansh Kotia Won [20][20][22][23]
Most Popular Drama Series Rajan Shahi
Most Popular Continuing TV Programme
2015 Best Ensemblance Cast Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai Won [20][20][24]
Most Popular Actor in Supporting Role Rohan Mehra

Kalakar Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2010 Best Debutant (Female) Hina Khan Won [25]
Best Debutant (Male) Karan Mehra
Best TV Serial Rajan Shahi
2013 Best TV Actor (Female) Hina Khan Won [25]
Best TV Serial Rajan Shahi
2014 Best Make-up Artist Pandhari Juker Won [25]
2015 Best Actress Hina Khan Won [25]
Favourite Television Show Rajan Shahi
2016 Best Rising Star of Television Hina Khan Won [25][26]
Best TV Actor (Male) Karan Mehra
Best TV Serial Rajan Shahi

Lions Gold Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2010 Best TV Serial Rajan Shahi Won [27]
2013 Best TV Serial Rajan Shahi Won [27]
2015 Best TV Serial Rajan Shahi Won [27]
Best TV Child Artist Shivansh Kotia
2016 Best TV Actress in Supporting Role Lata Sabharwal Won [27]
Best Television Actor (Popular) Karan Mehra
Best Television Serial (Fiction) Rajan Shahi

Star Guild Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2009 Best TV Storyline (Fiction) Saba Mumtaz Won [28]
2010 Best TV Programme of the Year Rajan Shahi Won [28]
2013 Best Direction Jai Kalra & Ram Panday Won [28]
2015 Best TV Storyline (Fiction) Saba Mumtaz Won [28]
Best Ongoing TV Programme of the Year Rajan Shahi
Best TV Actress Hina Khan
2016 Best Ongoing TV Programme of the Year Rajan Shahi Won [28]

Garv Indian TV Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2014 Best Music Lalit Sen Won [29]
Best Dialogues Rekkha Modi
Child Artist (Male) – Jury Shivansh Kotia
Supporting Star (Male) – Jury Abhijeet Lahiri
SPL Mention by GITA Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
Popular Choice Actress Hina Khan
Favourite Ensemblance Cast Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
Favourite Show with Social Message Rajan Shahi
Favourite Longest Running Serial
Favourite Serial
Favourite Supporting Star Sonali Verma
Favourite Jodi Hina Khan & Karan Mehra
Favourite Actress Hina Khan
Entertaining Star Shivansh Kotia
2015 Garv Scroll Honour for Successfully TRP gainning Best Series for consecutive 6 years Rajan Shahi Won [29]
Best Audiography Niranjan Chaturvedi
Best Teleplay Anil V Kumar
Best Chereographer Vaibhavi Merchant
Best Fictional Director Ram Panday & Jai Kalra
Best Actor in Supporting Role (Jury) Sanjeev Seth
Most Popular Actress Hina Khan
Most Popular Jodi Hina Khan & Karan Mehra
Most Popular Serial Rajan Shahi
Most Popular Ensemblance Cast Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
Votice Choice Longest Running Serial Rajan Shahi
Votice Choice Child Artist Shivansh Kotia
2016 Best Lyrics Vivek Nain Won [29]
Best Child Artist (Female) – Jury Ashnoor Kaur
Best Actor in Negative Role – Jury Alok Nath
Best Onscreen Ongoing Jodi of the Year Hina Khan & Karan Mehra
Most Popular New Comer Rohan Mehra
Most Popular Supporting Star Rohan Mehra
Most Popular Serial Rajan Shahi
Most Popular Ongoing Serial
Most Entertaining Ensemblance Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai

BIG Star Young Entertainers Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2012 Super Hit Television Actress Hina Khan Won [30]

BIG Star Entertainment Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2010 BIG Star Most Entertaining Fiction Show Rajan Shahi Won [31]
2013 BIG Star Most Entertaining TV Actor (Male) Shivansh Kotia Won [31]
2014 BIG Star Most Entertaining Fiction Show Rajan Shahi Won [31]

FICCI Excellence Awards and Frames Honours

Year Category Recipient Result
2010 Best Fiction Show Rajan Shahi Won [31]
2014 Best TV Actress Hina Khan Won
Best Fiction Show Rajan Shahi

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