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Dwarkadheesh: Bhagwaan Shree Krishn 

The show the adult life of Lord Krishna and his relationships with his family members and loved ones.
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2012   2011  

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Vishal Karwal ...  Shri Krishn (2011-) 204 episodes, 2011-2012
Priya Bathija ...  Rukmini (2011-) 204 episodes, 2011-2012
Payal Shrivastav Payal Shrivastav ...  Rukmini (2011-) 204 episodes, 2011-2012
Hemant Chaddha Hemant Chaddha ...  Balram (2011-) 204 episodes, 2011-2012
Parag Choudhary Parag Choudhary ...  Sahdev 132 episodes, 2011
Prayas Choudhary Prayas Choudhary ...  Nakul 132 episodes, 2011
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The show the adult life of Lord Krishna and his relationships with his family members and loved ones.

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The best serial on Lord Krishna made by Sagar Pictures
12 September 2018 | by surajrv-37555See all my reviews

I am devotee of Lord Krishna and Shirdi Sai Baba for the past few years. This serial was beautifully presented from the episode 1 onwards. The cast did a fantastic job. Vishal Karwal who played the title role won million hearts with his powerful performance and acting. Everyone thought him to be the real Krishna. The actresses who played Rukmini, Jamwanti and Satyabhama too performed their jobs decently. The sets were brilliantly depicted as mentioned in Dwapar Yuga. The music by Ravindra Jain (in the first few episodes) and Bawra Bros (for the rest of the episodes) were melodious and filled with devotion. The title song "Jai Dwarkadheesh" sung by Anup Jalota was on all Krishna devotees lips. The animation and SFX were very good. The flaws were some of the episodes of Mahabharat was not shown after the Pandavas 13 year exile period, Lord Krishna not showing his Vishwaroop as shown to Arjun in Shri Krishna etc. Gufi Paintal played Shakuni brilliantly like in Mahabharat (1988-1990) of BR Chopra. Unfortunately, the serial ended abruptly on 12th April 2012 due to the channel shutting down. Either they should have revived the serial in some other channel or released the shown episodes on DVD. Luckily they showing the repeated episodes on Dangal TV from 2015 onwards.

Overall, the serial was beautifully shot, amazing acting by the cast (especially the title role), music, VFX and sets. I recommend all to see this beautiful serial on Lord Krishna.


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Hindi

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2011 (India) See more »

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INR700,000 (estimated)
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