Radha Krishna is an Indian television series that first aired on Vijay TV on December 3, 2018 (1st Episode) and continues to air every Monday through Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The series stars Sumedh Mudgalkar, Mallika Singh, Himanshu Soni, and Shivya Pathania, as well as an ensemble supporting cast that includes Reena Kapoor, Gavie Chahal, and Arpit Ranka. The show is a Tamil dub of the Hindi series Radha Krishn, which is currently airing on Star Bharat.
Radha Krishna Serial Profile
- Name of Show: Radha Krishna
- Country of origin: India
- Original language: Tamil
- Directed By: Rahul Tewary
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- Timing: 1:30 PM to 2 PM
- Starring: Sumedh Mudgalkar (as Krishna), Mallika Singh (as Radha) & Reena Kapoor (as Yashoda)
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- Running time: 20 to 24 minutes per episode
- Original Network: Star Vijay TV
- Original Release: 3 December 2018
The series begins with a devotee of Krishna cursing Radha, saying that she will spend 100 years outside of their celestial residence, forgetting Krishna. While Sridama is deeply repentant of his actions, he eventually realizes that it was all part of the cosmic plan as Krishna prepared to enter the mortal world.
Krishna brings Radha out of all human shortcomings such as bhay, moh, krodh, ghrina, irshya, ahankar, and heenbhavna by living the life of an ordinary human with exceptional abilities. After overcoming each human flaw, Radha gets closer to Krishna. Radha and Krishna do not marry, even though they were passionate lovers; instead, Radha is compelled to marry her childhood companion, Ayan, and eventually, Radha realizes the real essence of love in the final stage of devotion and obedience (samarpan), which she understands after listening to the story of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Parvati’s seven avatars.
The love of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, how they were divided for the betterment of the universe and to teach love to the earth, and how they were reunited after each avatar for the betterment of the universe and to teach love to the world. After Lord Brahma completes Brahma Vivaah of Radha and Krishna in Goloka, just before Krishna leaves Barsana after Radha’s coronation as Radharani, Radha realizes that her marriage is a ruse and that she will only be Krishna’s consort.
Yashoda seeing the world in his chest, Nalkuber, Manigreeva Shaap Vimochan, Kaliya Naag Mardan, and Govardhan Leela are some of Krishna’s other miraculous feats. The narrative also covers the founding of Vrindavan, Radha Kund and Shyam Kund, Keshi Ghat, Prem Sarovar, Nidhi Van, Moti Kund, Kusum Sarovar, Adher Ghat, and Yugal Ghat, as well as several other untold Radha-Krishna tales. With Radha and the other Gopis, he conducts Raas leela.
Apart from his love story with Radha, Krishna battles demons like Putana, Trinavart, Bakasur, Aghasur, Vyomasur, Arishtasur, Dhumrasur, Markadikasur, Keshi, Timirasur, Shankhchur, Karkashasur, Ekdansh, Jwalantak, Sudarshan, demoness and enchantress Sammohana sent by Kamsa, his cruel maternal He sends his eight demon brothers to defeat Radha-Krishna in the end, but they are all defeated by Radha in her Ashtalakshmi forms. Kans even pits Shiva, Mahakali, Indra, Shukracharya, Yamuna, Kla, Durvasa, Ashtavakra, Mahamaya, and even Halahala poison against Krishna and Radha, but it’s all for naught.
Finally, Kamsa summons Krishna and Balarama to Mathura, where he attempts in vain to assassinate them with his elephant Kuvalyapid and his wrestlers. Balarama assassinates Kamsa’s eight brothers, while Krishna assassinates Kamsa. Vasudeva and Devaki, Kamsa’s biological parents, are released from jail, and Ugrasena, Kamsa’s imprisoned father, is crowned king. The display also centers on the Yadavas’ new residence, Dvrak, after Jarasandha’s continued assaults, even after being defeated, caused Mathura to suffer losses. Krishna kidnaps and marries Vidarbha princess Rukmini, while Balarama marries Revati, the daughter of Kakudmi, the king of Kusasthali. Krishna also marries Jambavan’s daughter Jambavati and Satyabhama. He also destroys Narakasura and Moora, who are both cruel.
The display then shifts its attention to the Mahabharata plot. Balarama tells Krishna about the Pandavas, who have fled Lakshagriha, which was orchestrated by their wicked cousins, the Kauravas, their uncle Shakuni, and Karna. He assists King Drupada of Panchala in arranging a swayamvara for his daughter Draupadi, who was born after a yagna (sacrificial fire). Arjuna, the third Pandava prince, wins Draupadi’s swayamvara and marries her, but Draupadi is forced to wed all five Pandavas due to circumstances. Owing to the confrontation with the Kauravas – the eldest of whom is Duryodhan – the Pandavas are granted a new kingdom, Indraprastha, far away from Hastinapura.
Arjuna kidnaps and marries Krishna’s sister Subhadra, while Krishna kills an imposter, Pundra king Paundraka Vasudeva. Jarasandha, the king of Magadha, is also killed by the second Pandava Bhima. Soon after, the Pandavas execute Rajasuya Yagna, winning dominance over all of Aryavarta, but Krishna’s cousin Shishupala interrupts the ritual, only to be killed by Krishna.
Duryodhana and Shakuni organize a dice game in which the Pandavas sacrifice all of their money and are embarrassed, while Krishna saves Draupadi from being disrobed in the court. The Pandavas and Draupadi, on the other hand, are banished for 13 years. When they return, their rights are denied, and the Kurukshetra War ensues, during which Arjuna receives the information of the Bhagvad Gita from Krishna. Arjuna assassinates his grandfather Bhishma and Karna, Dhrishtadyumna assassinates the Pandavas’ mentor Dronacharya, Sahadeva assassinates Shakuni, and Bhima assassinates all 100 Kauravas, with the war concluding with Duryodhana’s death. Radha and Krishna, on the other hand, turn Ayan into a better human and teach him that they are meant to be everlasting consorts.
Krishna reunites with his family after Radha and Krishna return to Dwaraka. After crushing agitation in Vidarbha, Krishna and Rukmini’s son Pradyumna returns to Dwaraka. Pradyumna marries Rukmavati, the daughter of Vidarbha king Rukmi, and they have a son named Aniruddha. Via Lord Shiva’s blessings, Jambavati has a son called Samba, who is said to be the source of the Yadava destruction. Samba matures into a short-tempered man who adores his family, especially his mother, but despises Radha.
Nishatha and Ulmuka, Samba, Aniruddha, and Balarama’s sons, are sent to Gurukul with Radha and return as teenagers after a few years. Usha, Aniruddh’s daughter, keeps him prisoner in Shonitapura, Banasura’s kingdom. This leads to a battle between Krishna and Banasura, in which Shiva is forced to fight for Banasura as a result of his boon, culminating in a fight between Krishna and Shiva. Krishna beats Shiva and holds Banasura responsible for the abduction of his grandson. Aniruddh marries Usha soon after, while Samba marries Hastinapur’s princess Lakshmanaa. Samba is cursed with leprosy by Krishna because he previously joined hands with Bana, and Radha cures him. Rukmi plays a dice game with Balarama during Aniruddha and Usha’s wedding ceremony, where he cheats and is killed by Balarama. Radha was later responsible for healing Samba.
Radha loses her mind, including everything she knew about Krishna, Dwarka, and others, after a few events. She makes the decision to abandon Dwaraka. Krishna does everything he can to resurrect Radha’s mind, including dancing, but to no avail. She walked forward. She encounters a veiled Lord Shiva and Parvati on her journey. Adiyogi, the sage, is Lord Shiva’s disguise. Radha makes the decision to remain in his ashram. Krishna, Samba, Jambhavati, and his wife leave Dwaraka to visit Radha at the ashram of sage Adiyogi.
After learning about Krishna’s Gopal Avatar and falling in love with him, Radha’s memory is restored. Krishna then begins his journey to Pataal Lok, where he will have to fight Bali, Shukracharya, and Nagraj Takshak. Krishna makes three allies in pataal lok, Shesnag, Vasuki, and Garud, in order to triumph over pataal lok. They excel together, and Krishna assures Bali that he will be the next king of Swarglok if they work together. However, since the yagy has already been performed, Krishna is accused of committing the sin of bestowing the throne of Swarg on Indra rather than Bali, who is much more worthy. As a result, Krishna declares his death as the result of his sin.
This enrages Radha, who seeks Saraswati Devi’s blessing on Vasant Panchmi. Radha demands that she die before Krishna. Given my displeasure, She is obligated to her responsibilities. After bearing the happiness and pain of his vaghra drushti, Maa Saraswati grants Radha her boon, leaving Krishna heartbroken… it is then seen how shri krishna married devi yamuna and impressed Shani dev after bearing the happiness and pain of his vaghra drushti. Then Saambh is punished for his wrongdoings, but he is able to escape the penalty by using mahamrityu jap. Radha is now seen to be very happy for Holi, and Saambh is humiliated in front of a huge number of girls. He confronts Radha in a rage. Krishna, on the other hand, is enraged by Radha’s declaration that she will not play Holi after being challenged by Saambh.
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- Sumedh Mudgalkar – Krishna
- Mallika Singh – Radha
- Basant Bhatt – Balarama
- Gavie Chahal – Nanda Baba
- Reena Kapoor – Yashoda
- Akangsha Rawat – Kritida
- Arpit Ranka – Kansa
Surya Raj Kamal composed the series’ original soundtrack, with Jitesh Panchal and Sushant Pawar providing the background score. Shekhar Astitwa, Neetu Pandey Kranti, Vikas Chauhan, Dr. Kannan, and others wrote the lyrics. Shlokas, mantras, and quotations from Hindu mythology scriptures and texts such as the Bhagavata Purana and the Brahma Vaivarta Purana have been turned into different themes. Shri Krishna Govind Hare Murari, Govind Bolo Hari Gopal Bolo, and Bolo Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki are just a few of the famous devotional songs that have been recreated. The series has some shlokas, songs, and background music from Swastik’s other magnum opus series, Mahabharat. Surya Raj Kamal wrote over 20 original compositions for Radha-Raasleela. Krishna’s In December 2018, Star Bharat released a video with 14 songs from the series up to that point.