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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
Global Travelability indicates how well a title performs internationally relative to its home market
Naagin (नागिन)’s
home country is:
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Demand Score

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Average Demand for Naagin (नागिन) is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
Peak Demand
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Naagin (नागिन) has a neutral trend. It has grown in demand by 0x in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
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Naagin (नागिन) ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Naagin (नागिन) has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

A miraculous shape-shifting snake having the power to become a human; she can be anybody she wants - a wife, a seductress, a mistress, a damsel in distress - all in the name of revenge.

Country: India

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning

Language: Hindi

Release Date: November 1, 2015

Also Known As: Naagin, naagin 3 |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

snake

Company Credits

Production Co: Balaji Telefilms

Cast

Madhuri Pandey
as Kanika Sippi
Arjun Bijlani
as Rithik Ankush Raheja/Rithik Raheja/Deep Raj Singh
Rakhee Tandon
as Ketki Parikh
Gauahar Khan
as Gauhar khan/Self - Guest
Lavina Tandon
as Goddess Kali/Kanya
Emraan Hashmi
as Self
Abha Parmar
as Maha Mata Tapaswini
Anjali Ujawane
as Uttara
Tusshar Kapoor
as Self
Simran Sachdeva
as Kuhu Jaiswal
Utkarsh Gupta
as Pankaj Singhania
Afreen Alvi
as Billy
Samriddhi Mehra
as Keher Sharma
Gaurav Wadhwa
as Gautam Mathur
Vishal Puri
as Yousaf/Vikram
Jaineeraj Rajpurohit
as Ranveer
Krishna Mukherjee
as Taamsi
Puneet Chouksey
as Aditya Sehgal
Swarda Thigle
as Mayuri
Shagun Ajmani
as Tanya Ritik Singh
Shikha Talsania
as Meera Sood
Sharika Raina
as Amrita Raheja/Amrita Ankush Raheja
Pyumori Mehta
as Nidhi Nikhanj/Nidhi Nikhanj (2016)
Shaan Kakkar
as Police officer/Police Officer
Sudha Chandran
as Yamini Raheja
Aishwarya Khare
as Meera Sharma
Aftab Shivdasani
as Self
Ronit Roy
as Rohit Mehra
Shireen Sewani
as Aaliya Amar Nikhanj
Rajeev Saxena
as Bhairav (Sapera)
Surabhi Mehra
as Meher Sharma
Pearl Puri
as Mahir Sehgal/Krish/Mahir/Mihir
Mandeep Kumar
as Pandit Ji
Supriya Shukla
as Swara
Kalyani Chaitnya
as Kapalika
Swara Bhaskar
as Sakshi Soni
Sharad Malhotra
as Veer Singhania/Veeranshu (Veer) Singhania
Heli Daruwala
as Anu Mittal
Mohit Malhotra
as Hriday/Jay
Sikandar Kharbanda
as Madhav Parikh
Vineet Kumar Chaudhary
as Mahish
Roopali Prakash
as Juhi
Adaa Khan
as Sesha/Naagin/Ruchika/Shesha
Vijayendra Kumeria
as Dev Parikh
Lara Dutta
as Self
Shivin Narang
as Jai Mittal
Shoaib Ibrahim
as Self - Guest
Surbhi Chandna
as Bani Sharma/Bani Veeranshu Singhania
Sanjay Gagnani
as Prateek
Adhvik Mahajan
as Ajitabh Singh
Anurag Vyas
as Monil Singhania
Vivek Kumar Singh
as Police constable patil
Saptrishi Ghosh
Kareena Kapoor
as Kalindi Puri
Kushal Moharaz
as Sharad Sharma
Kunal Singh
as Manas Parikh
Nisha Nagpal
as Ghumri
Khushwant Walia
Geetanjali Tikekar
as Vrishali Parikh
Ratnakar Nadkarni
as Baba
Tripti Dimri
as Laila
Avinash Tiwary
as Majnu
Swati Anand
as Mansi Amar Nikhanj/Khyati Parikh
Manan Chaturvedi
as Rohan Parikh
Rajat Tokas
as Vikrant/Kabir/Naagraj/Vikraant
Vikrant Massey
as Self
Hetal Puniwala
as Rasik Parikh
Chetan Hansraj
as Andy Sehgal
Vindhya Tiwary
as Taksha/Takshika
Arjun Kapoor
as Self
Aashka Goradia
as Rani Avantika
Nikitin Dheer
as Huzoor
Priya Tandon
as Kanika
Manas Adhiya
as Sushant Amar Nikhanj
Gurdeep Kohli
as Poonam Mehra
Neil Bhatt
as Ranveer Singh Vaghela
Rajkummar Rao
as Vicky
Shraddha Kapoor
as Self
Rohit Choudhary
as Rohit Jaiswal
Prachi Desai
as Self
Parag Tyagi
as Balwant Singhania/Akesh's Father
Abhishek Banerjee
as Janna
Drashti Dhami
as Self - Guest
Mithil Jain
as Pratham Sehgal
Nidhi Singh
as Ranjana Srivastava
Gunjan Walia
as Chhaya Raheja/Chayya Viren Raheja
Indresh Malik
as Manav Nikhanj
Karishma Tanna
as Ruhi/Huzoor
Ravi Chhabra
as Eagle
Mouni Roy
as Shivangi Pratap Singh/Shivanya Raheja/Shivangi/Shivanya/Shivangi Raheja/Shivangi Pratap Singhi/Shivangi Rithik Raheja
Amit Dhawan
as Alekh
Naazuk Lochan
as Sapna
Parree Pande
as Milly Parikh
Surbhi Jyoti
as Bela Sehgal/Bela/Shravni/Ruhi
Ankit Bathla
as Rajat
Aakash Talwar
as Taapish Singhania
Aditi Sharma
as Rinky
Vimarsh Roshan
as Viren Raheja
Hina Khan
as Nageshvari
Karan Tacker
as Self - Guest
Arunoday Singh
as Rudra Srivastava
Pavitra Punia
as Poulomi Roy
Dharam Punjabi
as Naag Guru
Gaurav Gera
as Chutki
Thakur Rajveer Singh
Rashami Desai
as Nayanthara/Shalakha/Self - Guest
Anjanikumar Khanna
as Bani's Father
Himani Sahani
as Lilly Parikh
Ravee Gupta
as Chandrakala Balwant Singhania
Farida Patel Venkat
as Baa
Jasmin Bhasin
as Nayanthara/Nayantara
Dheeraj Dhoopar
as Aakesh/Akesh
Disha Kapoor
as Geetanjali Parikh
Rutpanna Aishwarya
as Avni
Rakshanda Khan
as Sumitra Anand Sehgal
Pranav Misshra
as Arjun Mathur
Sayantani Ghosh
as Manyata
Mahira Sharma
as Jaamini
Kamal Malik
as Mahaguru
Manish Chaturvedi
as Rohan Parikh
Mona Singh
as Ananya Sharma
Kaajal Choudhary
as Therapist
Vishal C. Bhardwaj
as Shishupal
Siddharth Shivpuri
as Angad Raheja/Angad Ankush Raheja
Ravii Dubey
as Self - Guest
Sonam Kapoor
as Avni Sharma
Aly Goni
as Viyom
Aleena Lambe
as Child Taamsi
Kamalika Guha Thakurta
as Guruma/Guru Maa
Mahek Ghai
as Arohi Mathur
Aparna Kumar
as Iravati Parikh
Melanie Nazareth
as Naagrani Maa
Mazher Sayed
as Suri
Avika Gor
as Self - Guest
Gautam Suri
Kinshuk Mahajan
as Rudra
Mahi Milan
as Shivanya
Manish Khanna
as Ankush Raheja/Akhilesh Raheja
Prince Narula
as Shaan
Aman Gandhi
as Daksh
Adish Vaidya
as Amit
Geetanjali Mishra
as Amita
Richa Rathore
as Priyal
Rupesh Kataria
as Gultu/Bultu
Anjum Fakih
as Noor Begum
Karanvir Bohra
as Rocky Nikunj/Rocky
Rohit Sagar
as Mahendra Pratap Singh
Aryan Pandit
as Roumil Manav Nikhanj
Karuna Verma
as Ramya Mathur
Kiran Bhargava
as Dolly Mathur
Mala Salariya
as Mona
Lakshay Khurana
as Hardik Parikh
Jiten Lalwani
as Samarjeet/Samarjeet Sippi
Madhura Naik
as Mayuri
Swati Jain
as Divya Raheja
Shaleen Bhanot
as Keshav
Tushar Dhembla
as Sparsh Parikh
Nia Sharma
as Brinda/Vrinda/Aarohi Kashyap
Sanjay Gandhi
as Aakash Parikh
Ankur Verma
as Harsh Parikh
Shivani Gosain
as Ritu Sharma
Sanjay Swaraj
as Maha Sapera
Ankit Mohan
as Yuvi Sehgal/Yuvi
Arzoo Govitrikar
as Manjusha
Rohan Gandotra
as Anshuman
Shourya Lathar
as Abhishek
Simran Mahendrawal
as Naina
Manoj Kolhatkar
as Jagmohan Sharma
Monica Sharma
as Gautami
Sanjeeda Sheikh
as Self - Guest
Charvi Saraf
as Suhani/Suhani Pratham Sehgal
Sangeeta Chauhan
Jayati Bhatia
as Roopa Mittal
Anita Hassanandani Reddy
as Vishakha/Vish
Mreenal Deshraj
as Rohini
Vishal Bhardwaj
as Shishupal
Mahie Gill
as Madhu
Mohit Sehgal
as Jay Mathur
Naveen Sharma
as Rehaan Mittal
Sakshi Pradhan
as Ravee/Raavee

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2015 | 62 Episodes

Season 2

2016 | 75 Episodes

Season 3

2018 | 104 Episodes

Season 4

2019 | 37 Episodes

Season 5

2020 | 52 Episodes

Season 6

2022 | 1 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Colors Golden Petal Awards 2016

Winner

Colors Golden Petal Awards

Best Show

Winner

Colors Golden Petal Awards

Power Packed Performance

Nominee

Colors Golden Petal Awards

Best Actress

Nominee

Colors Golden Petal Awards

Best Actor

Gold Awards 2016

Winner

Gold Awards

Best Actor - Critics

Winner

Gold Awards

Best Actress

Winner

Gold Awards

Best Actress in a Negative Role - Critics

Winner

Gold Awards

Best Serial - Thriller

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