Sadda Haq (TV series) – Wikipedia

Sadda Haq – My Life, My Choice
Sadda Haq logo.jpg
Genre Youth show
Created by Anand Sivakumaran
Written by
Screenplay by
  • Alka Shukla
  • Dialogue :
  • Sumit Arora
Directed by Prateek Shah
Creative directors
Starring See Below
Music by Abhijit Das
Country of origin India
Original language Hindi
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 676
Executive producer Nisheeth Neerav Neelkanth
Cinematography Hanoz VK (Hanoz Kerawala)
Editor Pankaj Katpal
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 22 minutes
Production companies
  • Beyond Dreams Entertainment Pvt Ltd
  • Inspire Films Pvt Ltd
Original network Channel V India
Picture format 480i
Original release 25 November 2013 (2013-11-25) –
30 June 2016 (2016-06-30)

Sadda Haq – My Life, My Choice (transl. Our Rights – My Life, My Choice) is an Indian television series that premiered on Channel V India on 25 November 2013. The Times of India said the show features characters from a range of areas across the country that are not common on television shows.[1]

Season 1[edit]


  • Harshita Gaur as Sanyukta Randhir Shekhawat (née Aggarwal)
  • Param Singh as Randhir Singh Shekhawat
  • Gachui Homring as Kaustuki Sherpa
  • Chirag Desai as Jignesh Kaamdhar Patel
  • Nisha Neha Nayak as Vidushi Kumar
  • Ankit Gupta as Parth Kashyap
  • Prince Dua as Khuswant Singh Kohli
  • Manik Talwar as Sahil Kataria

Recurring Cast[edit]

  • Krip Suri as Prof. Vardhan Suryavanshi
  • Gaurav Chopra as Prof. Abhay Singh Ranawat
  • Neeraj Khetarpal as Prof. Prem Kumar Chaudhary
  • Sejal Shah as Mrs. Anjali Aggarwal
  • Aaradhna Uppal as Mrs. Renuka Sanyal
  • Mohit Chauhan as Mr. Kishore Aggarwal
  • Kushabh Manghani as Ankit Aggarwal
  • Harsh Vashisht as Mr. Harshvardhan Shekhawat
  • Varun Sharma as Sameer Mittal
  • Kunal Bakshi as Rana and Inspector Hooda

Season 2[edit]

Main Cast[edit]

  • Harshita Gaur as Sanyukta Randhir Shekhawat (née Aggarwal)
  • Param Singh as Randhir Singh Shekhawat
  • Ashwini Koul as Aryan
  • Shabnam Pandey as Sanaya Jha
  • Mohak Khurana as Joy Dasgupta
  • Sneha Shah as Kritika Narayan Swamy
  • Puneett Chouksey as Arjun Khanna
  • Ali Merchant as Nirmaan Nambiar
  • Charvi Saraf as Tanya

Recurring Cast[edit]

  • Simran Kapoor as Becky
  • Mridula Choudhury as Mrs. Subramanyam
  • Pooja Bisht as Minka
  • Nisha Neha Nayak as Vidushi Kumar
  • Ankit Gupta as Parth Kashyap
  • Mohit Chauhan as Mr. Kishore Aggarwal
  • Kushabh Manghani as Ankit Aggarwal
  • Aaradhna Uppal as Mrs. Renuka Sanyal
  • Harsh Vashisht as Mr. Harshvardhan Shekhawat
  • Sharat Sonu as Bablu

Character Synopsis[edit]

A brief introduction to some of the characters in the show:

  • Harshita Gaur portrays Sanyukta Aggarwal, she tries to overcome all hurdles in her life by stepping into the road not taken.[2]
  • Param Singh portrays Randhir Singh Shekhawat, a sheer genius in his field of study, rude and arrogant yet kind and irresistible.[3]
  • Nisha Neha Nayak portrays Vidushi Kumar, ambitious, aggressive, want achievements by any means necessary.[4]
  • Ankit Gupta portrays Parth Kashyap, calm and composed in nature, friendly and matured but his past haunts him every moment.[5]
  • Gachui Homring portrays Kaustuki Sherpa, honest, righteous but confused in nature.[6]
  • Chirag Desai portrays Jignesh Patel, known as Jiggy in college with a Gujarati lifestyle and accent, career oriented.[7]
  • Krip Suri portrays Prof. Vardhan Suryavanshi, the mentor of “Dream Team”, genius, aggressive in nature, handles difficult students and forms the “Dream Team”.[8][9]
  • Aaradhna Uppal portrays Mrs. Renuka Sanyal, Randhir’s mother, a corporate woman and one of the members of board of trustees of FITE.[10]
  • Kushabh Manghani portrays Ankit Aggarwal, Sanyukta’s elder brother, works in his father’s company, supports the male dominance.[11]
  • Kunal Bakshi portrays Rana and Inspector Hooda, a corrupt police officer and a criminal.[12]
  • Afzaal Khan portrays Vikram Thakur, appointed as the Foreman in Sanyukta’s father’s company, carries out the internship programme.[13]
  • Meer Ali portrays Prof. Vivek Chauhan, appointed as the new mentor of “Dream team”, alcoholic, later terminated from the post.[14]
  • Gaurav Chopra portrays Prof. Abhay Singh Ranawat, the new mentor of “Dream Team”, appointed to groom them for the international college tech fest event, genius but alcoholic due to his troubled past.[15][16]
  • Ali Merchant portrays Nirmaan, a multi-layered intelligent guy and a passionate scientist and the director of “Indian Space Research Centre (ISRC)”.[17]


Mamta Yash Patnaik, Producer and Chief Creative Director of Beyond Dreams Production house and co-founder of Inspire films production house says “The audiences are evolving with each passing day. So the content needs to evolve too. The same emotions have to be told in a new refreshing manner which will connect with the youth. We wanted to give a different show not only in terms of content but also make it visually different. The key was to have a play out which is emotional and still not look like any GEC soap.”[18]

Yash A Patnaik, Chairman and Managing Director of Beyond Dreams Production house added “It’s very exciting to produce youth shows because then you’re not doing the regular things that are going on these days. You can break conventions and make your own rules with youth shows. It’s a very unexplored space.”[19]

Season synopsis[edit]

Season Total no. of
Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 537 25 November 2013 25 December 2015
2 116 19 January 2016 30 June 2016

Season 2[edit]

Sanyukta visits Parth in the hospital every day for the past two years. She puts her dream of working as a mechanical engineer aside after the international Dream Team competition. She works in an IT company along with colleague and IT Engineer Aryan known to all by his desk extension number “235”. Aryan falls in love with Sanyukta. Her dad regrets for not supporting her dreams. Parth recovers from his coma. YoYo opened an auto parts store. Sanyukta’s brother Ankit and Vidushi are married and they return from Dubai. Sanyukta finally joins ISRC (Indian Space Research Centre) but becomes an intern of the project “Mission Mars 2020” led by Nirmaan Nambiar, the director of ISRC. Joy, Kritika, Arjun and Sanaya are her colleagues. Meanwhile, Randhir enters ISRC for his friend Sanaya but becomes a member of the project. Randhir meets Sanyukta.

Mars Rover is being built up, the first step towards the mission. Randhir is the mechanical designer, Arjun looks after the suspension mechanics, Kritika is the coder, the logo designing comes under Joy’s department and Botanist Sanaya looks after the soil level comparisons. Aryan finally becomes a member of the project and is the special consultant. Vidushi visits Sanyukta at ISRC and opens up in a drunken state about Sanyukta’s relationship with Randhir in front of her colleagues.And then all starts thinking about sanyukta and Randhir’s relationship.[20]

Awards and recognition[edit]

Year – 2014

Year – 2015


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