Qubool Hai

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Qubool Hai
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Qubool Hai
GenreIndian soap opera
Created byMrinal Jha (Undercover Productions Ltd)
Gul Khan
Written byJainesh Ejardar
Faizal Akhtar
Divya Sharma
Aparajita Sharma
Directed byAmandeep Singh
Arif Ali
Ajay.S.Mishra
StarringSee Below
Theme music composerRaju Singh
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi-Urdu
No. of episodes616[1]
Production
Producer(s)Gul Khan
Nissar Parvez (4 lions)
Karishma Jain
Location(s)Bhopal, MP,Powai,Ajmer, Taj Mahal
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20 minutes (approx)
Production company(s)4 Lions Films
Divine Multimedia[2]
Broadcast
Original channelZee TV
Picture format720i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run29 October 2012 – Present
 
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Qubool Hai
Qubool Hai 16th Break Bumper Poster.png
Qubool Hai
GenreIndian soap opera
Created byMrinal Jha (Undercover Productions Ltd)
Gul Khan
Written byJainesh Ejardar
Faizal Akhtar
Divya Sharma
Aparajita Sharma
Directed byAmandeep Singh
Arif Ali
Ajay.S.Mishra
StarringSee Below
Theme music composerRaju Singh
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi-Urdu
No. of episodes616[1]
Production
Producer(s)Gul Khan
Nissar Parvez (4 lions)
Karishma Jain
Location(s)Bhopal, MP,Powai,Ajmer, Taj Mahal
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20 minutes (approx)
Production company(s)4 Lions Films
Divine Multimedia[2]
Broadcast
Original channelZee TV
Picture format720i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original run29 October 2012 – Present

Qubool Hai (English: I Accept) is a soap opera on Zee TV produced by 4 Lions Films. The show focuses on the Muslim community and aims to dispel stereotypes regarding Islam,[2] and has been credited with leading the way for more Muslim oriented programming.[3] The story is based in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India and was shifted temporarily to Punjab, India in April 2014 after the 20 year leap focusing on the life of Asad and Zoya's daughter, Sanam and Aahil,a spoilt brat.[4] The story moved was moved back to Bhopal in May 2014 with Sanam travelling back to the city where her parents lived and the introduction of her long lost identical twin, Seher Ahmed Khan (also played by Surbhi Jyoti).[5][6]

Plot summary[edit]

The initial story of the show followed the lives of couple Asad and Zoya and their families while in Bhopal. After their murder, the story takes a 20 year leap, and reflects the lives of their twin daughters Sanam and Seher, and Aahil, a rich businessman with a troubled childhood. After living a troublesome life in Punjab with her grandmother Dilshad and cousin, Haya (the daughter of Asad's sister Najma), Sanam moves to Bhopal to find herself a job.

She enters the Ibrahim mansion, not knowing that it was previously owned by her family. It is revealed that Aahil is the stepson of the Tanveer, the woman who killed Sanam's parents. She desires to acquire the property of Aahil's late father for her biological son Rehaan, who is also Aahil's loyal assistant. Since Tanveer is now blind, she forces Aahil to marry Sanam, not knowing her background, as she comes to know that the property can be inherited only if he is married. Due to Tanveer's instigation, Aahil is cold towards Sanam, whom he believes to be a gold-digger. She develops a strong friendship with Rehaan, who has feelings for her. Their relationship troubles a jealous Aahil and he attempts to keep them apart while a shocked Tanveer learns of Sanam's family background.

Haya, who is deaf and dumb, is shown living a troublesome life in the house of Munisa (Dilshad's relative) whose younger brother Rahat rescues Haya from getting harassed by his brother-in-law. The two eventually fall in love with each other, but are interrupted by Faiz, Rahat's younger brother. Faiz also loves Haya and expresses his desire to marry her. Due to a misunderstanding, a saddened Rahat gets Haya to marry Faiz. Meanwhile Seher, has grown believing she is orphaned to be a con woman going by the name Sunehri. Rehaan encounters her and she plans to con him. However both develop feeling for each other, and during his proposal for marriage, her true identity is revealed to Rehaan by the police. He is profusely heartbroken and ends their relationship.

Sanam and Aahil gradually become closer, which leads Tanveer to become anxious and expedite the signing of the property and divorce papers. Both refuse to sign, and Sanam then learns of Tanveer's true nature and relation to her family's death. Razia, a former villain, returns to rob Tanveer and replaces Sanam with Seher, who agrees for money. On the other hand, Faiz divorces Haya, who finally marries Rahat. Razia convinces Seher to marry Aahil, however on the wedding day Seher discovers that Sanam is her twin sister from Dilshad and she elopes from the mansion to rescue Sanam from Razia's captivity. Tanveer takes advantage of this situation and marries Aahil to a docile stranger.

Heartbroken Aahil thinks that Sanam has betrayed him. Razia dies in an incident, and Faiz decides to separate Rahat and Haya. When Sanam returns she is shocked to learn about Aahil's second marriage. He treats her coldly, while Rehaan re-unites with Seher and they resume their romance. Determined to succeed, Tanveer partners with Aahil's evil second wife (who practices black magic) and attempts to murder Aahil. Rehaan manages to interrupt, being shot instead and killed in the process.

Cast[edit]

Current cast
Main cast
Supporting cast
  • Additi Gupta as Sanam[14][15]
  • Aashish Kaul as The Nawab
  • Kamiya Choudhary as Shazia Raza Ibrahim
  • Ankita Bahuguna as Nazia Raza Ibrahim
  • Vaishali Nazareth as Gazalla/Khala[16]
  • Chayan Trivedi as Razaq/Khalu[16]
  • Nirmal Soni as Lateef
Former cast
Post leap former cast
  • Shalini Kapoor Sagar as Dilshad Rashid Ahmed Khan/Ammi/Badi Ammi[17][18]
  • Alka Kaushal as Raziya Gaffur Ahmed Siddiqui/Mumani [19][20]
  • Shehzad Shaikh as Rehaan Imraan Qureshi [21]
  • Surbhi Chandna as Haya Rahat Ansari
  • Deepak Wadhwa as Rahat Ansari[22]
  • Punit Sharma as Faiz Ansari
  • Chahat Khanna as Nida Beg[23][24]
  • Kinjal Pandya as Shazia Raza Ibrahim
  • Shahina Surve as Nazia Raza Ibrahim
  • Divy Nidhi Sharma as Azhar
  • Himani Sharma as Dr. Asma
  • Anushka Singh as Munisa [16]
  • Piyush Sahane as Shoaib,Munisa's Husband[16]
  • Paaras Madaan as Anwar
  • Sujata Vaishnav as Rozy
  • Sunil Nagar as Shishupal
Pre leap former cast

Production[edit]

Casting[edit]

Karan Singh Grover was the first to sign onto the show.[54] He made his comeback to fiction with Qubool Hai.[55]Punjabi actress Surbhi Jyoti landed in lead role opposite Karan Singh Grover in the show.[56] Rishab Sinha was finalised to be the second lead.[57] In April 2013, he was replaced by Vikrant Massey due to some reasons.[58] Nisha Nagpal entered the show as the main antagonist in November 2012.[59]Later Nisha was replaced by Amrapali Gupta in April 2013.[60]In November 2013,as Vikrant Massey quited the show Mohit Sehgal joined the star cast of Qubool Hai as the second lead.[61]In January 2014, Karan Singh Grover was replaced by Raqesh Vashisth as the male lead.[62] When the 22 year leap was introduced in the show,entire cast of the show was changed except Surbhi Jyoti and Amrapali Gupta.[63][64] Consequently Karanvir Bohra entered the show as the male lead to star alongside Surbhi Jyoti[65] and Shehzad Shaikh as the parallel lead.[21] Chahat Khanna entered the show as the parallel antangonist somewhere in the end of June 2014 but soon quited the show for some health reasons.[66] After Shalini Kapoor Sagar's and Alka Kaushal's exit from the series Additi Gupta made an entry in the show as the main antangonist. [67] The show underwent a revamp in first week of March 2015 and Varun Toorkey was roped to star opposite Surbhi Jyoti.[68]

History[edit]

Qubool Hai first aired on 29 October 2012 on Zee TV. Most of its shooting is done in Bhopal and Mumbai.The Ajmer Special Episode of the show was shot in Ajmer.[69][70] The episode of Asad and Zoya's marriage was shot at the Taj Mahal.[71][72]

Eid Mubarak was a three-hour event, with music and dance performances by various actors . The lead couple of the show, Asad (Karan Singh Grover) and Zoya (Surbhi Jyoti), performed to a medley of three songs.[73][74] Dawat-E-Eid was another event on the sets of Qubool Hai. At this event Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapoor promoted their movie Dawat-E-Ishq.[75][76] At this event TV Stars gave various dance performances.[77][78][79]

Akshay Kumar appeared on the show in a guest appearance for the promotion of his film Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty.[80][81]

Crossover promotional events have occurred with Punar Vivah on 18 January 2013,[82] Pavitra Rishta and Badalte Rishton Ki Dastaan on 20 May 2013,[83] Punar Vivah - Ek Nayi Umeed and Connected Hum Tum on 11 July 2013[84][85] Khelti Hai Zindagi Aankh Micholi on 4 December 2013.[86]

In December 2013, the makers of the show asked Grover to leave the show citing alleged unprofessional behaviour and lack of commitment towards the show.[87][88] Grover stated that he completed the length of time with the show that he had promised and that could file a defamation case over the statements that had been made about him.[89]

In 2013 [90][91] [92] and in 2015[93][94] [95] the Broadcasting Content Complaints Council required the broadcaster to run notices across the screen because of scenes of torture and excessive violence against women that were aired on the show.

Background Themes[edit]

Background themes of the show have been composed by Sanjeev Shrivastav and Raju Singh.

Background Themes list
No.TitleMusicLength
1."Mitwa Ishq Pe Zor Nahi"  Sanjeev Shrivastav3:19
2."Asad's Entry Theme"  Sanjeev Shrivastav1:00
3."Zoya's Entry Theme"  Sanjeev Shrivastav1:00
4."Billo Rani's Villainous Theme"  Sanjeev Shrivastav0:58
5."Ayaan and Humaira Love Theme"  Sanjeev Shrivastav1:00
6."Dilshad and Rashid's Love Theme"  Sanjeev Shrivastav1:02
7."Haider's Entry Theme"  Sanjeev Shrivastav1:05
8."Haider's Villainous Theme"  Sanjeev Shrivastav1:00
9."Junoon Tere Ishq Ka"  Raju Singh1:39
10."Aahil's Entry Theme"  Raju Singh1:35
11."Sanam's Entry Theme"  Raju Singh1:25
12."Seher's Entry Theme"  Raju Singh1:46
13."Seher and Rehaan Love Theme"  Raju Singh1:02
14."Haya and Rahaat's Love Theme"  Raju Singh1:07
15."Nida's Entry Theme"  Raju Singh0:45
16."Faiz's Villainous Theme"  Raju Singh1:03
17."Sanam Villainous Theme"  Raju Singh0:44
18."Shaad's Entry Theme"  Raju Singh1:00
19."Qubool Hai...."  Raju Singh,Sanjeev Shrivastav1:00

Reception[edit]

The show gained popularity pretty early becoming the number 2 show of Indian Television.[96] The chemistry between the lead couple pulled in the TRPS.[97]The show also won many awards in 2013 including Best Show and Best Actor at Indian Television Academy Awards.[98][99] However in late December 2013, when Karan Singh Grover left the show Shraddha Bhandari, writing for CNN-IBN in December 2013, stated that Qubool Hai was typical of "All serials start off brilliantly with immense promise and somewhere in the middle they get lost in the maze of TRPs, cheap publicity and making what sells."Bhandari had appreciated that when the series had started, "Zoya Farooqui was a jeans wearing, very modern women, raised in the US, yet very close to her culture and roots. The story moved on with her clashes with the very orthodox, Asad Ahmed Khan and how she changed his conservative thinking and start of their love story." but stated that "the serial became lost in multitude of vamps, warring families, crude language and events that in real life are unfathomable."[100]After Karan Singh Grover was replaced by Raqesh Vashisth as "Asad Ahmed Khan"[101] the show received high level critical response up to the extent of Raqesh receiving hate mails.[102][103] These hate mails criticising him and his acting lowered Vashisth's morale.[104] The makers of the show decided to introduce a 22 year leap[105] in the series showcasing a new generation with Karanvir Bohra in the role of "Aahil Raza Ibrahim"[106][107] and Surbhi Jyoti as "Sanam Ahmed Khan", daughter of Asad and Zoya.[108][109] Neha Maheshwari, writing for Times of India in July 2014, stated that the show "has failed to impress the audience."[110][111] Later the couple gained good recognition.[112][113]

Awards and Nominations[edit]

List of awards and nominations received by Qubool Hai
Awards won19
Nominations55

This is a list of awards and nominations received by Qubool Hai. The series has been nominated for a total of 55 awards, having won 19 of those nominations.

YearAwardCategoryNominee/SeriesResultRef(s)
2013Indian Television Academy AwardsDesh ka Dharavahik-Best Serial4 Lions FilmsWon[98]
Desh Ka Sitara-Best Actor PopularKaran Singh GroverWon[99]
GR8! Performer of the year-FemaleSurbhi JyotiWon[98]
Desh Ki Dhadkan-Best Actress PopularSurbhi JyotiNominated[114]
Best Actor DramaKaran Singh GroverNominated[114]
Best Actress in a Negative RoleAlka KaushalNominated[114]
Best DialoguesAparajita SharmaNominated[114]
Best TellyplayJainesh IjazdarNominated[114]
Faizal AkhtarNominated[114]
Indian Telly AwardsTV personality of the yearKaran Singh GroverWon[115]
Daily Serial4 Lions FilmsNominated[116]
Indian Telly Award for Best Actor in a Lead RoleKaran Singh GroverNominated[116]
Indian Telly Award for Fresh New Face - FemaleSurbhi JyotiNominated[116]
Indian Telly Award for Best Onscreen CoupleKaran Singh Grover and Surbhi JyotiNominated[116]
Zee Gold AwardsBest Actor MaleKaran Singh GroverWon[117]
Best Onscreen JodiKaran Singh Grover and Surbhi JyotiWon[117]
Gold Best Debut In A Lead Role-FemaleSurbhi JyotiWon[117]
Best Actor In A Supporting Role-MaleVaquar SheikhWon[117]
Best Television Show4 Lions FilmsNominated[117]
Best Actor In A Supporting Role-FemaleShalini KapoorNominated[117]
2014Best Actor FemaleSurbhi JyotiNominated[118]
BIG Star Entertainment AwardsBig Star Most Entertaining Actor TV - Fiction - FemaleNominated[119]
2012Zee Rishtey AwardsFavourite BhaiRishab SinhaWon[120]
Karan Singh GroverWon[120]
Favourite Naya Sadasya MaleWon[120]
Favourite Naya Sadasya FemaleSurbhi JyotiNominated[121]
Favourite BehenDigangana SuryavanshiNominated[121]
Archana TaideNominated[121]
Ketki KadamNominated[121]
2013Favourite JodiKaran Singh Grover and Surbhi JyotiWon[122]
Favourite Popular Face - FemaleSurbhi JyotiWon[123]
Favourite VillainAmrapali GuptaWon[124]
Favourite BhaiKaran Singh GroverWon[122]
Vikrant MasseyWon[122]
Best DialoguesDivya Sharma and Aparajita SharmaWon[125]
Favourite Mata-PitaShalini Kapoor, Vaquar SheikhNominated[126]
Favourite Saas-SasurNominated[126]
Favourite BeheneArchana TaideNominated[127]
Neha Lakshmi IyerNominated[127]
Farhina JarimariNominated[127]
Favourite Popular Face - MaleKaran Singh GroverNominated[128]
Vikrant MasseyNominated[128]
Favourite ParivaarQubool HaiNominated[129]
Favourite BetaKaran Singh GroverNominated[124]
Vikrant MasseyNominated[124]
2014Favourite BehenSurbhi JyotiWon[130]
Best ScreenplayJainesh Ijazdar and Faizal AkhtarWon[130]
Favourite JodiKaranvir Bohra and Surbhi JyotiNominated[131]
Favourite Popular Face-MaleKaranvir BohraNominated[131]
Favourite Popular Face-FemaleSurbhi JyotiNominated[131]
Favourite BetiNominated[132]
Favourite Saas-Bahu RishtaSurbhi Jyoti and Amrapali GuptaNominated[132]
Favourite KhalnayakAmrapali GuptaNominated[132]
Favourite Nayi JodiKaranvir Bohra and Surbhi JyotiNominated[132]
Best DostiSurbhi Jyoti and Nirmal SoniNominated[132]

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