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Just Mohabbat
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Created by DJ's A Creative Unit
Directed by Tony Singh & Deeya Singh
Starring Harsh Lunia, Jacqueline Julianna, Salim Shah, Kavita Kapoor, Manoj Pahwa, Tanvee Sharma, Vatsal Sheth, Jennifer Kotwal
Opening theme "Just Mohabbat" by Raju Singh
Country of origin India
No. of episodes 186
Production
Producer(s) DJ's A Creative Unit
Running time approx. 22 minutes
Release
Original channel Sony TV, Pogo (TV channel) (reruns) (2005-2007)
Picture format 480i (SDTV),
Original release 1996 – 2000

Just Mohabbat was a Hindi television drama-series that first aired on Sony TV channel in 1996. The series was directed by Tony and Deeya Singh.[1] The story revolved around the life of Jai (played by Harsh Lunia and later Vatsal Sheth), a kid who stays in a hostel in Dehradun away from his parents Raj (played by Salim Shah) and Maya (played by Kavita Kapoor). The series chronicles his growing up years and focuses on his relationships with his family and friends, specially his friends Madhur, Roma and Sanjay and his imaginary friend Gautam (played by Aditya Kapadia). This is loosely based on The Wonder Years.

The series also shows Jai attending theatre classes along with Madhur (played by Tanvee Sharma) and Sanjay (played by Frank Anthony) where they learn theatre from Laila (played by Sadia Siddiqui).

Vatsal Sheth portrayed the role of Jai in his teen years. Actress Jennifer Kotwal made her debut with this serial, playing Jai's friend Saloni. Chandana Sharma played Jai's love interest, Aditi.

Cast[edit]

Irfan Khan -Episode 3

Title Track[edit]

The title track of the series became a fave of many like the series itself. The song, performed by the popular Indian playback singer and composer Kay Kay became impressive for the watchers due to its catchy tune with 90s' sway and an analogous sensational background score.[2] The series aired in 1996, the time when the Indian television and more significantly Bollywood were under the effect of the 90s' stage whose impact was seen on the series as well as on the title track. The jaunty lyrics of the song express that although there are hurdles and sorrows in life, one should always be jovial and try to live life to the fullest - an idea specially aimed at the younger generation. The track went on to become one of the memorable and notable Indian TV series title tracks of the 90s. During that period, by and large the Doordarshan and cable TV were prevalent in India and as such, the series was televised in a cognate picture and sound format that varied from the modern high definition versions of the same. It is another attribute of the track.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Interview with producer director Deeya Singh". IndianTelevision.com. 2003-12-04. 
  2. ^ "Just Mohabbat title track". hindilyrics.net. Retrieved 2015-02-25. 
  3. ^ "Artist KK". connect.hungama.com. Retrieved 2015-02-25. 
  4. ^ "User reviews". imdb.com. Retrieved 2015-02-25. 

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