Grahan Web Series Cast Name Review Details

Grahan Web Series The web series Grahan of hotstar special will stream from June 24. Inspired by Satya Vyas’s novel Chaurasi, the show follows two intertwined stories set in the aftermath of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. In the present day, actors Pawan Malhotra and Zoya Hussain play the role of a father-daughter duo. Meanwhile, Anshuman Pushkar and Vamika Gabbi revive the 80s in this drama-mystery.

Grahan Web Series  is produced by Jar Pictures and directed by Ranjan Chandel, starring Shailendra Jha as the audience. Ranjan made his directorial debut with Bamfaad (2020).

Actors Tikam Joshi and Shahidur Rahman are also in important roles in this web series. Actor Pawan Malhotra said, “It would be good for me that the Grahan symbolizes many things – an innocent love story, an enigmatic mystery, a complex web of emotions, but most importantly – that it is the search for truth.

Grahan Web Series Details

Grahan Web Series
  • Title Name: Grahan
  • Main Cast: Pawan Malhotra Zoya Hussain Anshuman Pushkar Wamiqa Gabbi
  • Genre: Thriller, Action And Drama
  • Creator by: Shailendra Kumar Jha
  • Director by: Ranjan Chandel
  • Producer by: Ajay G Rai Vinamrata Rai (Co-producer)
  • Story and Screenplay by: Anu Singh Choudhary Navjot Gulati Ranjan Chandel Vibha Singh
  • Editor by: Shan Mohammed
  • DOP: Kamaljeet Negi
  • Music Director by: Amit Trivedi
  • Lyrics by: Varun Grover
  • Singers: Madhubanti Bagchi Abhijeet Srivastava Rupali Moghe Asees Kaur Shahid Mallya
  • Background Score: Daniel B. George
  • Sound Designer: Sanjay Maurya Allwin Rego
  • Costume Designer: Ajay KMR Maxima Basu Golani
  • Casting Director: Mukesh Chhabra, CSA
  • Production Designer: Wasiq Khan
  • Associate Producer: Sadanand Kadam
  • Executive Producer: Vinay G Gai Rahul Rawat Rakesh Bhagwani
  • Production House: JAR Pictures
  • Available On: Disney+ Hotstar VIP
  • Total Episodes: 8 Episodes
  • Running Times: 41-51 Minutes (Total 372 Minutes)
  • Released Date: 24 June 2021
  • Language: Hindi (Original) Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bangla, Malayalam
  • Country: India

Grahan Web Series Cast Name

  • Gursevak Singh: pawan Raj Malhotra
  • Zoya Hussain: SP Amrita Singh
  • Anshuman Pushkar: Rishi Ranjan
  • Wamiqa Gabbi: Manjeet Chhabra (Manu)
  • Teekam Joshi: Sanjay Singh
  • Md. Sahidur Rahaman: DSP Vikas Mandal
  • Abhinav Pateria: Jaydev Yadav (Jhandu)
  • Namrata Varshney: Younger Pragya
  • Purva Parag: Older Pragya
  • Shreedhar Dubey: Santosh & Suresh Jaiswal
  • Anshuman Rawat: Adhikari
  • Bulloo Kumar: Kushal
  • Khushwinder Singh: Baldev
  • Nandish Sandhu: Kartik
  • Rupali Chandra: Maya Caretaker
  • Kapil Tilhari: Abdul
  • Sanjeev Srivastava: Dileep Topo
  • Abhishek Tripathi: Sho Batuk
  • Amlesh Jaiswal: Chinta
  • Mohd Arman: Boy Mobile Thief
  • Asif Rehman: Bathing Constable
  • Kallu: Sweeper at Police Station
  • Laxmi Narayan Gautam: Complainant at Police Station
  • Shweta Singh: Female Reporter
  • Jitendra Mishra Aazad: Male Reporter
  • Sudhanva Deshpande: Dig Ramavtaar Keshari
  • Naval Shukla: PA Pandey
  • Satyakaam Anand: CM Kedar Bhagat
  • Manisha: News Anchor
  • Abhash Makharia: Suraj
  • Sukhwinder Chahal: Mr. Chhabra
  • Aarya Sharma: Mrs. Chabra
  • Saharsh Shukla: Guru
  • Tulika Banerjee: Public Prosecutor
  • Bhavya: Child Amrita
  • Jyoti Dubey: Vaani Jaiswal
  • Neelu Dogra: Pushpa Sanjay Singh
  • Utpal Pathak: DSP Durga Prasad
  • Piyush: Vaani’s Child
  • Niyaz Ahamad: Manu’s Rickshaw Wala
  • Avinash Baba: Md Mishra
  • Javed: Mishra’s Assistant
  • Vijay Shukla: Agarwal Senior
  • Raj Sharma: Saini
  • Anil Rastogi: Thakur
  • Pratibha Singh: Babli
  • Akash Dinkar Dwivedi: Babli’s Groom
  • Avinash Shukla: Babli
  • Shalini & Amit Singh: Train Couple
  • Flora Jacob: Madamji
  • Narendra Panjwani: CM Riju Bhagat
  • Rakhi Jaiswal: Keshri’s Wife
  • Neha Ahuja: Keshri

Grahan is an Indian web series, directed by Ranjan Chandel. This web series stars Pawan Malhotra, Zoya Hussain, Vamika Gabbi and Anshuman Pushkar in lead roles.

The series is produced under the banner of Jar Pictures. and produced by Ajay G Rai. The story is based on the popular novel ‘Chaurasi’ by Satya Vyas. The web series traces two stories separated by three decades but linked together

Grahan Web Series Story

Grahan is set in the aftermath of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, also known as the 1984 Sikh genocide, in which former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards, resulting in the loss of Sikhs. There was a series of organized atrocities against India. Even decades later, the memories of those horrific events remain in the minds of those who witnessed them.

Helmed by Ranjan Chandel, this eight-part series is a fictional drama that follows Manjit Chhabra aka Manu (Vamika Gabbi) and Rishi Ranjan (Anshuman Pushkar) as they fight against the backdrop of the tragic events that happened in 1984 Fall in love, especially in Bokaro. .

However, currently, it focuses on Amrita Singh (Zoya Hussain), an upright and honest IPS officer who is heading the Special Investigation Team (SIT), tasked with investigating the 1984 riots. Amrita what happened decades ago.

He is determined to find her and is shocked when she learns that her father Gursewak Singh (Pawan Raj Malhotra) was one of the prime suspects. Is there any connection between these two stories from different timelines? Will Amrita be able to find out the truth?

On the one hand, Shailendra Kumar Jha and his team of writers (Anu Singh Choudhary, Navjot Gulati, Vibha Singh, Prateek Payodhi, Ranjan Chandel) have developed a mystery drama that explores how love blossoms in young hearts and overcomes obstacles. The middle reaches its peak. of a small town. And, on the other hand, it shows the transformation of ordinary people into rioters – sometimes motivated by misguided preaching and sometimes by individuals seeking personal gain.

The screenplay has a layered narrative that incorporates elements such as ’80s romance, gruesome violence and torture, and confessions, all of which combine to make this saga compelling. To keep the plot authentic, Shailendra Kumar Jha has kept the names of Manu and Rishi the same as in Satya Vyas’s novel ‘Chaurasi’.

Kamaljit Singh’s cinematography deserves a special mention as he is able to capture the magic of the 80s on screen and make it believable for the audience. It is also well supported by the background score, which complements the intensity of the story (for example, the melody of ‘Dhoom Takit Takit And some meaningful songs by composer Amit Trivedi and lyricist Varun Grover, such as ‘Chori Chori’ and ‘O Jogiya’, capture different aspects of the plot and add to its overall impact.

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