List of TV Serials on SAB TV

List of TV Serials on SAB TV

Here you see the list of original programs currently and formerly broadcast by SAB TV, a television channel in India.

Popular or Currently broadcasting Serials On SAB Tv-

1. Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah is produced by Neela Tele Films Private Limited. The show went on-air on July 28, 2008. It airs from Monday to Friday at 8:30 pm. The show although being a comedy show provides moral values in terms of the integrity of India as well as unity. The show is based on the column Duniya Ne Oondha Chashma written by columnist and journalist Taarak Mehta for Gujarati weekly magazine Chitralekha.

The story of the serial is the members of the society and other characters have a good psychological attachment of love and sympathy for one another that makes them the members of a greater family. They are often seen celebrating festivals and participating in events together.

Cast

  • Dilip Joshi as Jethalal Champaklal Gada
  • Disha Vakani as Daya Jethalal Gada
  • Manish Kumar Yadav as Taarak Mehta
  • Amit Bhatt as Champaklal Jayantilal Gada
  • Bhavya Gandhi as Tipendra Jethalal Gada
  • Neha Mehta as Anjali Taarak Mehta
  • Tanuj mahashabde as Krishnan Subramaniam Iyer
  • Munmun Dutta as Babita Krishnan Iyer
  • Mandar Chandwadkar as Aatmaram Tukaram Bhide
  • Sonalika Joshi as Madhvi Aatmaram Bhide
  • Nidhi Bhanushali as Sonalika Aatmaram Bhide
  • Gurucharan Singh as Sardar Roshan Singh Harjeet Singh Sodhi
  • Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal as Roshan Kaur Roshan Singh Sodhi
  • Samay Shah as Gurucharan Singh Roshan Singh Sodhi
  • Azad Kavi as Dr. Hansraj Hathi
  • Ambika Ranjankar as Komal Hansraj Hathi
  • Kush Shah as Gulabkumar Hansraj Hathi
  • Shyam Pathak as Patrakar Popatlal Pandey/Popu/Dibba
  • Sharad Sankla as Abdul/Soda King
  • Daya Shankar Pandey as Inspector Chaloo Pandey/ Chaloo ji/ Pandey ji
  • Azhar as Pinku
  • Mayur Vakani as Sundarlal/Sundar veera
  • Ghanashyam Nayak as Natwarlal Prabhashankar Udhaiwala/Nutts
  • Tanmay Vekharia as Bagheshwar Dadukh Udhaiwala/Bagha
  • Monika Bhadouria as Bawree Dhondulal Kanpuria/ Bawri ji
  • Priya Ahuja Rajda as Reporter Rita

2. Chidiya Ghar

Chidiya Ghar is a house named after Mrs. Chidiya Kesari Narayan, late wife of retired principal, Shri Kesari Narayan. The story is about Kesari, his three sons, Ghotak and Gomukh their respective wives, Koyal and Mayuri, younger son Kapi and his wife Chuhiya, grandchildren Gillu, Gamini, daughter Maina, son-in-law Totaram, sister Bulla, servant Gadha Prasad, his wife, and brother Mendak Prasad. Their names resemble animals and each individual bears some animal’s characteristic and Kesari always teaches them a lesson being helpful in the future, after passing the problems of the same lessons.

Cast

  • Rajendra Gupta as Kesari Narayan
  • Mamta Gurnani as Chidiya Kesari Narayan and Maina(Kesari’s daughter)
  • Paresh Ganatra as Ghotak Kesari Narayan
  • Aditi Sajwan as Koyal Ghotak Narayan
  • Sumit Arora as Gomukh Kesari Narayan
  • Shafaq Naaz as Mayuri Gomukh Narayan
  • Saraansh Verma as Kapi Kesari Narayan
  • Trishikha Ashish Tripathi as Chuhiya Kapi Narayan
  • Jitu Shivhare as Gadha Prasad
  • Arti Kandpal as Markati Gadha Prasad
  • Pratham Shetty as Gillendra Ghotak Narayan /Gillu
  • Manju Sharma as Girgit Mausi
  • Ishrat Ali as Dimak Chacha
  • Bharati Achrekar as Billo Bua
  • Manav Gohil as Gomukh’s School Friend

3. Ichhapyaari Naagin

Ichhapyaari Naagin is an Indian Hindi-language romantic fantasy television series, which premiered on 27 September 2016 on SAB TV. The series stars Priyal Gor and Mishkat Varma.

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Cast

  • Priyal Gor as Ichha, a Naagin
  • Mishkat Varma as Babbal Pratap
  • Farida Dadi as Kaushalya Pratap / Kaushalya Daadi
  • Badrul Islam as Khadak Pratap
  • Divyajyotee Sharma as Chanchal Pratap
  • Rakshit Pant as Sabbal Pratap
  • Praveen Sirohi as Prabbal Pratap
  • Pooja Khatri as Mamta Pratap, Prabbal’s wife
  • Sadhil Kapoor as Appu Pratap, Prabbal’s son
  • Snehal Rai as Nagina, Sabbal’s ex-fiancé
  • Reyhna Malhotra in a dual role as Vishaili

4. Trideviyaan

Trideviyaan is an Indian Hindi comedy thriller television series, which is broadcast on SAB TV. The series will be produced by Full House Media of Amir Jaffar and Sonali Jaffar. The series will be aired on weekdays’ nights.

Cast

  • Aishwarya Sakhuja as Dhanashree Shaurya Chauhan ‘Dhanu’
  • Samaira Rao as Tanuja Garv Chauhan ‘Tanu’
  • Shalini Sahuta as Manya Dinanath Chauhan ‘Manu’
  • Winy Tripathi as Garv Dinanath Chauhan
  • Anshul Trivedi as Shaurya Dinanath Chauhan
  • Rituraj Singh (actor) as Dinanath Chauhan ‘Dad Ji’
  • Ranjeet as Gamosha

5. Khatmal E Ishq

Khatmal E Ishq is an Indian Comedy Show which is produced by Aswini Dheer under the banner of Garima Productions. Khatmal E Ishq…Kaat Lega, the first series of the show premiered on 13 December 2016 on Sab TV. It stared Vishal Malhotra and Umang Jain in main lead roles. This first series ended on 20 January 2017. Khatmal E Ishq – Biwi Ke Nakhre… Offo is the second series of the show which began airing from 23 January 2017.

Cast

  • Vishal Malhotra as Kapil Dev Dinkar
  • Umang Jain as Loveena Demello
  • Devendra Chaudhary as Chacha Chaudhry
  • Akhilendra Mishra as Dolphy Demello
  • Melissa Pais as Nancy Demello
  • Dhruv Singh as Nancy’s husband
  • Sulabha Arya as Loveena’s grandmother
  • Sharat Saxena as Hanuman Singh Dinkar
  • Sanjay Mishra as Qawwal appearing in the title song

Cast (Biwi Ke Nakhre… Offo)

  • Himanshu Soni as Shivam Kumar
  • Nikita Sharma as Gauri
  • Shekhar Shukla as Suresh Gupta, 1st Mama
  • Atul Parchure as Mahesh Gupta, 2nd Mama
  • Prasad Barve as Ramesh Gupta, 3rd Mama
  • Subhashis Chakraborty as Bhole, Servant

6. Dil De Ke Dekho

Dil Deke Dekho is an Indian sitcom, which premiered on 18 October 2016 on SAB TV. This show highlights evolutionary love approach limiting to three generations by giving an example through two families, the Chopras and the Shastris.

Cast

  • Anju Jadhav as Preet Chopra
  • Abhishek Bajaj as Rahul Shastri
  • Amit Tandon as Kamal Chopra, Preet’s uncle
  • Preet Kaur Madhan as Simran Shastri, Rahul’s aunt
  • Navneet Nishan as Tulsi Chopra, Preet’s grandmother
  • Kanwaljit Singh as Hridayanath Shastri, Rahul’s grandfather
  • Jiten Lalwani as Sheri Chopra, Preet’s father
  • Jaswinder Gardner as Bubbly Chopra, Preet’s mother
  • Chetanya Adib as Atal Shastri, Rahul’s father
  • Ritu Vashisht as Mohini Shastri, Rahul’s mother

7. Y.A.R.O Ka Tashan

Y.A.R.O Ka Tashan is an Indian Hindi drama comedy Superhero television series, which first aired on 26 July 2016 and is being broadcast on SAB TV. The series was aired on weekdays evenings.

Anirudh Dave will be playing the lead role along with Rakesh Bedi and Malini Kapoor essaying pivotal roles.

Cast

  • Anirudh Dave as Y.O. Man/Y.A.R.O (Young Assembled Robotic Object)
  • Rakesh Bedi as Professor Govardhan Agrawal
  • Malini Kapoor as Bina Agrawal
  • Mahira Sharma as Shilpy
  • Abhishek Sharma as Amar
  • Dheeraj Gumber as Prem
  • Salim Zaidi as Inspector Doobey
  • Jayshree Soni as Dolly
  • Umesh Bajpayee as Chaturvedi Chintamani
  • Manish Mishraa as Puppy sir

Old Serials broadcasted On SAB Tv-

1. Baal Veer

Baal Veer is a children’s Indian television series that was broadcast on SAB TV. The series was broadcast from 8 October 2012 to 4 November 2016 and aired 1111 episodes.

Baal Veer is a story about a supernatural human boy, who is blessed with superpowers of seven fairies. There are numerous fairies in Pari-Lok and each fairy has her own basic characteristic according to her name.

Cast

  • Dev Joshi as Baalveer/Ballu
  • Shama Sikander / Shweta Kawatra as Bhayankar Pari
  • Karishma Tanna / Shruti Seth / Sudeepa Singh as Rani Pari
  • Anushka Sen as Meher Dagli
  • Rudra Soni as Manav Dagli
  • Purvesh Pimple as Montu
  • Shridhar Watsar as Dooba Dooba
  • Sharmilee Raj as Baal Pari
  • Aditi Sajwan as Natkhat Pari
  • Sameeksha Sud as Dari Dari Pari
  • Manisha Thakkar as Bhatkhati Pari
  • Dimple Kava as Aarpaar Pari
  • Alpana Buch as Kasturi Amrutlal Dagli
  • Amita Choksi as Smita Mahesh Dagli
  • Raashul Tandon as Rocky Amrutlal Dagli
  • Alpana Buch as Kasturi Amrutlal Dagli
  • Abhay Harpady as Mahesh Dagli
  • Rukhsar Rehman as Maa Pari
  • Minal Mognam as Vijdaar Pari
  • Nigaar Khan as Prachandika
  • Deepshikha Nagpal as Bhawander Pari
  • Navina Bole as Katili pari &Nokili Pari
  • Sugandha Mishra as Chhal Pari
  • Shweta Tiwari as mahabhasm pari

2. Yam Hain Hum

Yam Hain Hum is an Indian fantasy situation comedy on SAB TV. It stars Manav Gohil, Atul Parchure and Fenil Umrigar. In his home in Yamlok, Yamraj, the god of death, discovers that the people on Earth misunderstand him as a scary villain who takes away lives. Determined to show everyone that he has a good soul, Yam goes on Earth with Chitragupt, the god who tracks whether the deeds humans do during their life are good or bad. This show was going to end in July 2015 but due to high TRPs of the show, it got an extension till January 2016.

Cast

  • Manav Gohil as Yamraj
  • Debina Bonnerjee as Dhumrona
  • Atul Parchure as Chitragupta
  • Indresh Malik as Baldev Kapoor
  • Rini Chandra as Riya Chaudhary
  • Ashcharya Shetty as Bindiya Kapoor
  • Farhina Parvez as Shikha Kapoor
  • Anirudh Dave as Laalu Singh
  • Raju Kher as Papaji
  • Niharika Kundra as Manju Chaudhary
  • Alekh Sangal as Chaman
  • Aashutosh semwal as rohit
  • Perneet Chauhan as Jhelo
  • Sunayana Fozdar as Monika
  • Neyha Sharma as Divya
  • Deepshikha as Badi Bindu
  • Vikas Grover as Chunky
  • Piya Chaubey as Tina
  • Rocky Verma as Director
  • Jitender Singh Chaudhary as Jewelry Chor
  • Samiksha Bhatnagar as Parampara
  • Jiten Mukhi as College Principal
  • Jitender Singh Chaudhary as Jewelry Chor

3. Lapataganj

Lapataganj – Sharad Joshi Ki Kahaniyon Ka Pata is an Indian television sitcom, aired on SAB TV from October 2009 to August 15, 2014. The series is based on Sharad Joshi’s novel of the same name. The show was produced by Ashwini Dheer and directed by Manjul Sinha. Joshi’s daughter Neha Sharad was the creative head of the show for first six months. Lapatagnj starred Rohitashv Gaud, Vineet Kumar, Preeti Amin, Sucheta, Shubhangi Gokhale, and the first episode aired on October 26, 2009.

Cast

  • Rohitashv Gaud as Mukundilal Gupta
  • Sucheta Khanna as Indumati Gupta, Mukundi’s wife
  • Vineet Kumar as Kachua Prasad/Kachua Chacha
  • Shubhangi Gokhale as Mishri Mausi
  • Sanjay Chaudhury as Chukundi
  • Anup Upadhyay as Chhotu Mama/Mamaji
  • Krishna Bhatt as Elizabeth Yadav/Elija
  • Rakesh Srivastav as Lallan
  • Mamta Verma as Bindumati
  • Kajal Nishad as Chameli, Lallan’s sister
  • Sunil Kumar as Sutti Lal
  • Soma Rathod as Mircha, Sutti Lal’s wife
  • Abbas Khan as Pappu Pandey alias Biji Pandey
  • Preeti Amin as Surili
  • Aditi Tailang as Surili
  • Shilpa Shinde as Mary Demello
  • Vineet Raina as Bajrang Bajpai
  • Ashutosh Sinha as Guddu

4. Police Factory

Police Factory is an Indian comedy crime television series, which premiered on 26 September 2015 and is broadcast on SAB TV. The series is produced by DJ’s Creative Unit of Tony Singh. The action comedy show revolves around the story of a police academy based in Mohali, Punjab which is known for producing outstanding police officers. Here, the sincere police officer, Shamsher Devgan proves that he is worthy training anyone be it a stone or a diamond. The story revolves around 7 cadets who are complete misfits for the academy but are still there due to personal reasons and are dedicated to becoming police officers. Tarun Khanna and Vivana Singh will play the male and female lead roles of Shamsher Devgan and Maya Mohan respectively.

Cast

  • Tarun Khanna as Inspector Shamsher Singh Devgan (Main Male lead & protangonist)
  • Vivana Singh as Inspector Maya Mohan / Mohini (Main Female lead & protangonist)
  • Naveen Bawa as Inspector Indrajeet Chadda (Main lead antagonist)
  • Paras Arora as Cadet Rahul
  • Deeksha Sonalkar as Priya Devgan
  • Ritesh Mobh as Thief Vicky /Cadet Vicky
  • Shireena Sambyal as Cadet Sheena Dhingra
  • Neha Tomar as Cadet Ruby Srivastav
  • Akshay Anand Kohli as Cadet Bundel Singh Jaat
  • Akash Pratap Singh as Cadet Rishi
  • Anurag Singh Thakur as Cadet Bonie D’Costa
  • Manmohan Tiwari as Reporter / Inderjeet Chadda’s friend (antagonist)
  • Vivana Singh as Chhaya

5. Badi Door Se Aaye Hain

Badi Door Se Aaye Hain is an Indian comedy program on SAB TV. The show started on 9 June 2014, and was telecasted every Monday to Friday at 9:30 pm and later shifted to 10 pm. Badi Dooooor Se Aaye Hai is a story of an extraterrestrial family who comes to earth with an aim to find their eldest and lost a son, named 2015, whom they have been searching for on many planets.

Main cast

  • Sumeet Raghavan as Vasant Ghotala
  • Rupali Bhosale as Varsha Ghotala
  • Vinay Rohrra as Sharad Ghotala
  • Amit Dolawat as Samar Ghotala
  • Punit Talreja as Hemant Ghotala
  • Sujay Bagwe as Shishir Ghotala
  • Bhavna Khatri as Anna Sharad Ghotala
  • Runav Shah as Maakhan ghotala
  • Vindhya Tiwari as Sonachandi Samar Ghotala
  • Prema Mehta as Heramoti
  • Rajesh Kumar (actor) as Daulat Ram Yadav
  • Pradeep Duhan as Captain Manav Muralidhar Ojha
  • Purvi Vyas as Bhavana Bhatt
  • Krunal Pandit as Bhadresh Bhatt
  • Shruti Rawat as Bhairavi Bhatt
  • Sneh V. Mirani as Mitesh Bhatt
  • Bakhtiyaar Irani as Ronnie DSouza
  • Tanaaz Irani as Lisa D Souza
  • Deepak Pareek as Murlidhar Ojha
  • Neelam Pathania as Laajwanti (Laajo) Murlidhar Ojha
  • Anuradha Verma as Ramdulari Mausi
  • Jayshree Mehta as Dolly
  • Rahul Singh as Chandrabhan Mausa
  • Jia as Padmavati Devi
  • Balvinder Singh Suri as Inspector Sweety Singh
  • Mukesh Ramani as Watchman Khadak Singh
  • Falguni Rajani as Ila mausi
  • Surjit Saha as BAIR agent Q
  • Krupa Shah as BAIR agent X
  • Aryan Prajapati as Pritesh Bhatt

6. Khidki

Khidki:(Window) Humari Funny Kahani is a Hindi language mini-series produced by SAB TV & Hats Off Production. The show premiered on 28 June 2016 and is based on users who tweet their funny stories in 140 characters on Twitter. Casting director is Vineeth Pandey.

Cast

  • Jamnadas Majethia

Episodic appearances

  • Rajeev Mehta
  • Lubna Salim
  • Aishwarya Sakhuja
  • Sarita Joshi
  • Manav Gohil
  • Sarita Sharma
  • Deepali Pansare
  • Jay Saumik Joshi
  • Shriya Popat
  • Prasad Barve
  • Punit Talreja
  • Ajay Chaudhary

7. F.I.R.

F.I.R. is an Indian television sitcom that aired from 31 July 2006 to 23 January 2015, on SAB TV. The show was produced by Edit II Productions. It was nominated for the Best Sitcom category at the Indian Telly Awards in 2009.  The sitcom was set in a police station.

Cast

  • Kavita Kaushik as Inspector Chandramukhi Chautala
  • Aamir Ali as Chief Inspector Bajrang Pandey
  • Gopi Bhalla as Head Constable Gopinath Gandotra
  • Kiku Sharda as Constable Mulayam Singh Gulgule
  • Sandeep Anand as Constable Billu
  • Suresh Chatwal as Commissioner Suraj Agnihotri
  • Shekhar Shukla as Victim
  • Manju Brijnandan Sharma as Victim’s relative
  • Naveen Bawa as Villain
  • Sapna Sikarwar as Victim’s relative
  • Mahika Sharma as Victim
  • Umesh Bajpai as Villain
  • Yogesh Tripathi as Villain
  • Deepesh Bhan as Villain
  • Vipul Roy as Senior Inspector Bhola Pandit
  • Ali Asgar as Senior inspector Raj Aaryan
  • Shiv Pandit as Chief Inspector Hanuman Prasad Pandey Aka Makkhan Singh
  • Bharti Singh as Superindendent Kamsin Aaha
  • Garima Ajmani as Kokila Shah
  • Divyaalakshmi as Jokila Shah
  • Anup Upadhyay as Various Characters
  • Amit Bhatt as Various Characters
  • Elena Lukienko as Various Characters
  • Mohit Mattu as Hawaldar Carryon Gandotra
  • Nirmal Soni as Malpua
  • Chitrashi Rawat as Jwalamukhi Chautala
  • Dolly Bindra
  • Dilip Joshi as various characters
  • Karan Grover as Karan
  • Juhi Parmar as Meera Malhotra
  • Bharti Singh as SP Kamsin Aaha
  • Rakesh Bedi as various characters
  • Kamya Punjabi as Bhanu Mitra

8. Jeannie Aur Juju

Jeannie Aur Juju was an Indian sitcom with a fantasy premise which aired on SAB TV Monday through Friday nights. It premiered on 5 November 2012 and ended on 6 June 2014. It was adapted from the American sitcom I Dream Of Jeannie. Ali Asgar played an avatar who discovered a 2000-year-old genie originally played by Giaa Manek and then by Rubina Dilaik.

Cast

  • Giaa Manek / Rubina Dilaik as Jeannie
  • Ali Asgar as Captain Vikram Khanna (aka Juju)
  • Harsh Khurana as Captain Virendra Lakhan Pal (aka Vela)
  • Navina Bole as Priya Seth
  • Kurush Deboo as Doctor Cyrus
  • Jiten Mukhi as Mr. Pratap Seth
  • Ashiesh Roy as Mr. Chatur Ganguly
  • Jhumma Mitra as Mrs. Durga Chatur Ganguly
  • Shoma Anand as Mrs. Sushmita Brij Khanna
  • Muni Jha as Mr. Brij Khanna
  • Daisy Irani as Veli Dadi
  • Arshifa Khan as Jhunjhun
  • Alisha Nathani as Genius
  • Karishma Tanna as Soniya
  • Rashmi Singh as Dimpy
  • Mayur Verma as Bunny
  • Salim Zaidi as Barfi
  • Neha Mehta as Jiya, Jeannie’s elder sister.
  • Amit Tandon as Rahul Chaturvedi
  • Farida Jalal as Duggu Dadi
  • Aman Mehra as Karan
  • Karan Goddwani as Jin Johnny
  • Simple Kaul as Mooni
  • Tanya Abrol as Jodha
  • Vipul Roy as Anthony
  • Vikas Grover as Jin Jacky
  • Javed Hyder as Chapri

9. Gutur Gu

Gutur Gu is a silent comedy broadcast on the Indian satellite television channel SAB TV, produced by B. P. Singh and directed by Prabal Barua. It is also India’s first silent comedy series. Its cast includes, Sheetal Maulik and Sunil Grover along with Nayan Bhatt, Bhavana Balsavar, Jaidutt Vyas and KK Goswami. The show’s cast members do not speak on screen.

Cast

Season One
  • Kunal Kumar/Sunil Grover as Balu Kumar
  • Sheetal Maulik as Smita Kumar
  • Nayan Bhatt as Dadi
  • Bhavna Balsavar as Babita Kumar
  • Jaydutt Vyas as Jay Kumar
  • KK Goswami as Pappu Maharaj
  • Dayanand Shetty as Harpreet Singh
  • Jay Thakkar as Cheeku
Season Two
  • Jaydutt Vyas as Jay Ahuja
  • Bhavna Balsavar as Bhavna Ahuja
  • Rahul Lohani as Rahul Ahuja
  • Anita Hassanandani as Anita Ahuja
  • Gaurav as Gaurav Ahuja
  • Bhairavi Raichura as Bhairavi Ahuja
  • KK Goswami as K K
  • Dayanand Shetty as Daya Singh
  • Sunil Grover as Balu
  • Vijay Patkar as Shopkeeper of Fit Fat Shoes
  • Kushal Punjabi as Dancer
  • Atul Parchure as a convict
Season Three
  • Kunal Kumar as Balu Kumar
  • Sheetal Maulik as Smita Kumar
  • Bhavna Balsavar as Babita Kumar
  • KK Goswami as Pappu Maharaj
  • Dayanand Shetty as Bully Neighbor
  • Jay Thakkar as Cheeku