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ना बोले तुम… ना मैंने कुछ कहा

Crime reporter Mohan Bhatnagar found himself consoling a crying girl in the lifts one day. Both this girl and Mohan being the thoda hatke types meant that deviating from the standard saccharine template of interactions usually reserved for scenes between adults and children was to be expected. His idea of consoling involved partaking of her tiffen lunch while she delivered an emotional speech about the joyless and difficult existence of widows in our society. Mohan helped Nanhi that day. Nanhi befriended Mohan. And life was no longer quite the same for either any more.

The most adorable pair on our small screens these days is not a romantic jodi. On Youtube, where normally fans of serials diligently upload every scene between the hero and heroine, you will find uploads of all Nanhi and Mohan interactions. In online forums fans don’t tire of squeeing about Chavanni and her Spiderman. If you aren’t familiar with serial Na Bole Tum… Na Maine Kuch Kaha (2012-) you’ve probably been saved from the daily suffering of dil ki cavities but, conversely, you are missing out on one of the most heart-warming serials to have come out of the Indian television industry to date.

Less carefree than your average 8-year old, bespectacled two-plaited Navika Vyas is an observant and serious-minded kid, a result, no doubt, of her father’s untimely demise a year ago. She is very aware of how hard her mother works to stay strong for her two children and look after her husband’s family and so is always trying to make life a bit easier for her. Ashnoor Kaur balances Nanhi’s young age and her responsible ways deftly. You never feel like you are watching an 8-year old playing at being an 80-year old. If Nanhi pays attention to the tensions in the family and her mother’s worries more than a child should have to at her age, it doesn’t mean she doesn’t still have her share of impetuous and stubborn moments. She plays happily with her younger brother Addu, gives back as good as she gets to girls that bully her at school, indulges in cute sharaaratein as often as she can, and has an infectious smile that could make even a chronic grump happy.

In contrast to the considerate and occasionally careworn Nanhi is carefree bachelor Mohan Bhatnagar. Kunal Karan Kapoor was extremely likeable as Yudi in Left Right Left (2006-2008) but with this serial he shows his mettle as an actor. Kunal brings Mohan’s character to life with startling vividity – from his speech pattern littered with “sun naa” and “haan nas“s to his expressions and actions when he isn’t even talking, everything screams ‘iconic’ and ‘memorable’. The scruffy star journalist of Indore’s Prabhat Lehar lives in sneakers with perpetually untied shoelaces, consumes an alarming amount of chewing gum and chai, can’t function without the domestic help his mom forced upon him (not that he’d ever admit it!), has little patience for etiquettes, does things without stopping to consider their consequences and lives life without paying the least bit of attention to anyone else’s comfort. But the often uncouth young man is neither callous nor unfeeling and his devotion to Nanhi is as much of a character certificate as any of those gold medals he’s won for his integrity as a journalist. Nanhi and Mohan’s relationship makes for an incredibly endearing watch because there is a refreshing sense of equality between them. Mohan never treats Nanhi as just a kid: he is unfailingly honest with her, even when it may hurt. Nanhi in turn may fight with him when she thinks he is wrong but accepts that he can be a good person and be mistaken at the same time.

It isn’t that Mohan purposefully goes out of his way to tick people off (at least, not always) but somehow he consistently manages to create trouble for Nanhi’s mother, Mrs. Megha Vyas. This is especially problematic when all he wants to do is be helpful for Nanhi’s sake. Mrs. Vyas’ impression of Mohan was never very favourable to begin with – she first saw him when he was chasing a girl for a story, and it worsens further when she discovers that Mohan helped Nanhi put a matrimonial ad about her in the local newspaper. In time she comes to realise that he isn’t the lafanga she thought he was. She even recognises that Mohan and Nanhi are good friends and doesn’t interfere in their relationship. However, if open communication, acceptance and understanding were so easy life wouldn’t be so complicated so naturally the relationship between Mohan and Megha fluctuates between strained and grudging cordiality depending on the circumstances. For Mohan, Mrs. Vyas is Mirchi Madam, a woman that is strong and brave but whose attitude stings, especially when it comes to him. She lives her life with self-assurance and pride but that same pride often gets in the way of her being able to say simple things like “sorry” or “thank you” to him. Megha acknowledges that Mohan has helped her and her family on many occasions but for her no matter what good he does, it pales in comparison to that one action of his that destroyed her late husband’s reputation, something for which she will never be able to forgive him.

The Vyas family’s struggles to prove the innocence of Amar Vyas is a story arc that lends the serial a sense of poignancy as well as intrigue. Amar Vyas, an ideal son, husband, and father, died during the collapse of the Mahananda Flyover in Bhopal, along with 24 other people. Amar was the engineer responsible for its construction and after his death his company claimed the bridge collapse was a result of his corrupt dealings with suppliers. Megha and Amar’s family deny the charges. Though public opinion is against Amar, the committee investigating the matter find no proof of Amar’s guilt and are set to declare him innocent. That is, until Mohan Bhatnagar uncovers damning evidence against Amar Vyas, and despite his reluctance to hurt the Vyas family, makes it public through his article in Prabhat Lehar. Amar is charged as guilty and with that the hope of clearing his name that the Vyas family had been living with for the past year is shattered. Much later Mohan begins to realise that he was perhaps too hasty in believing the results of his initial investigation and thus begins an interesting search for the truth behind the collapse of the Mahananda Flyover and the framing of Amar Vyas as the man responsible.

The character of Megha Vyas is one of the most commendable aspects of the serial. Theatre actress Aakanksha Singh performs her role with understated elegance and sincerity. As a mature young lady who is neither a bechari self-sacrificing doormat nor of the childish chulbuli variety, Megha belongs in the, sadly short, list of heroines that are “real women” rather than a character type in our tv serials. Though Megha gets the typical serial heroine introduction – where she is shown doing task after task for family members in quick succession, we see much more of her personality in subsequent episodes. She may tirelessly take care of everyone in the household without worrying about getting thanked, but her life doesn’t revolve around just being a bahu. As Amar’s wife she cares about fighting for justice and clearing his name, and though she tells her children not to care about what people say, she herself has moments were she loses her temper at others. As a mother she tries hard to give her children a good life and be there for them but sometimes she can’t help but feel low and disheartened. She may be a young widow with two children, living in her husband’s family home, but her freedom to come and go isn’t restricted in the kind of suffocating manner most serials portray for bahus. One of the most heartening scenes on the serial is when Megha calmly stands up for her decision to take up a job at Prabhat Lehar so she can be financially secure for her children’s sake. There are no histrionics, nor any bhaashanbaazi. She simply says she hopes the family will understand why she is doing what she is and leaves for work! The way Megha balances being respectful towards Amar’s family with her principles and values is wonderful to witness, and many a small-screen bahu could learn from her. The writers have taken care to depict an empowered character with female agency without being overly preachy and that is worth applauding.

Aside from Mohan, Megha and Nanhi, the serial is teeming full of other interesting supporting characters as well. There’s Mohan’s domestic help, Guru, who seems to take his name quite seriously and dispenses a constant stream of unsolicited advice to Mohan. His job description entails everything from being Mohan’s biwi to his conscience. Dushyant Wagh plays Guru with the perfect balance of nagging and understanding and his scenes with Mohan are a lot of fun to watch. I wouldn’t be surprised if we heard that Kunal and Dushyant indulge in ad-libbing and improvisations during their scenes. If Guru is a bright star that can’t help but catch your eye then Jijibua, played sweetly by Madhuri Sanjeev, is like the moon – a benign and soothing presence in the Vyas household. Actually on that topic, she really wouldn’t mind if Ranbir Kapoor sang “dekho chaand aaya, chaand nazar aaya” for her. I’m hoping the talented rockstar will turn up on the show for a movie’s promotion one day just so we can witness Jijibua‘s delight. Megha’s biggest support, Jijibua often helps field Renu’s taunts and her bhabhi‘s anger, and encourages Megha to stick to her principles. She feels a strong attachment for Megha because she knows what it is like to be a young widow. Even a character like Renu, Megha’s brother-in-law’s wife, is not some vicious vamp. Renu’s actions always stem from legitimate, if selfish, emotions such as worry for her son’s future or insecurity about her own status. The serial takes care to pare down the melodrama where possible and treat her in a comical manner, a much appreciated tactic for those of us who have gotten sick of witnessing endless devrani-jethaani-saas kitchen politicking on tv.

In fact, the serial’s slice-of-life approach, its balance of serious issues with light-hearted moments and its commitment to depicting emotions and situations in a realistic way are what set it apart from the rest of the serials. One hopes that the creatives will remain unhurried in their handling of the inevitable romance between the lead characters because the show has a lot more to offer than just another love story. Be it looking at how relationships evolve or highlighting social issues like bullying, eve-teasing, widow re-marriage and corruption, the serial thrives on subtlety and this “less is more” philosophy is its USP. The cinematography and the background score are not loud or garish either, and complement the serial’s tone agreeably. In keeping with the realism the show strives for the clothes of the characters don’t look like costumes and the houses they live in don’t look like sets. The continuity in the serial is also worth acknowledging – if Mohan gets injured in one episode, for example, then keen observers have the pleasure of noticing that his bandaged hand has a band-aid after a couple of episodes, and then visible remnants of scratches in the next few until the hurt is completely healed. So the next time someone exclaims that Indian serials are only about eyelocks and saazishein direct them to Na Bole Tum… Na Main Kuch Kaha and let the show work its magic.

Credit Roll

Show: Na Bole Tum… Na Maine Kuch Kaha
Channel: Colors
Premiere Date: 9 January 2012

Production House: Sunshine Productions
Producer(s): Seema and Sudhir
Concept & Broad Story: Vineeta Coelo
Story & Screenplay: Sonal Ganatra
Cast: Aakanksha Singh, Ashnoor Kaur, Vishesh Bansal, Rohit Bharadwaj, Kunal Karan Kapoor, Dushyant Wagh, Anjan Srivastav, Madhuri Bhandiwdekar, Madhuri Sanjeev, Neelu Koli, Sachin Parikh, Rinku Karmarkar, Nirav Soni, Navin Bole
Dialogue: Subrat Sinha
Director(s): Amit Malik, Maan Singh, Shashank Bharadwaj
Creative Head: Ankur Bhatia
Art Director: Raju Yaadav
Director of Photography: Ehaan Ghanim
Costume Stylist: Vinni Malhotra
Set Design: Aparna Raina

Title and themes: Shaleen Sharma
Background Score: Ashish Rego
Lyrics: Subrat Sinha



49 thoughts on “ना बोले तुम… ना मैंने कुछ कहा

  1. Hello sir/mam.
    Direction,production and concept team of na bole tum na maine kuch kaha.
    We are the biggest fan of this show.we have never missed any of the episodes of this show nor we will miss.at first it was the best as nw it is.but we have some comment abt this show.dnt change the themes music and songs of this show put as it was early and dnt make twist immediately as u made the role of prateek positive at first and negative at last.finally we want songs themes music and wallpapers of this show.at last its the best show ever and ever.

    Posted by Kamal | March 22, 2012, 4:35 pm
    • Hey Kamal, this blog is not affiliated with the channel or the makers of the show – but thanks for taking the time to write here 🙂 I hope they come across your comment.

      I agree, I think the strength of NBTNMKK lies in its very real characters – I’d hate to see someone acting out of character suddenly for the sake of dramatic effect. I’m a bit disappointed about the change in Prateik as well because I liked the idea of a supportive employer – and why does a heroine have to be the object of affection of every male that is not a relative!? We could have seen an interesting platonic friendship instead – as the one shared between Prerna and Megha. But let’s wait and see what happens.

      Posted by Nakhrewali | March 22, 2012, 8:53 pm
  2. Cool write-up, lovely analysis and nice pics!!

    This show is not quite my cup of tea (you know how I like movies and serials with ridiculous extravagant OTT costumes and sets and love stories haha)

    But I’m quite glad this type of programming is available for people who want more realistic fare. The main girl looks so pretty by the way!

    Parul I shall think of you and your marvelous serials blog as I slice myself a kiwi fruit this evening for my diet snack hehe:p

    Posted by Vice Prezident Gauri Di | March 23, 2012, 8:29 pm
  3. Hmm wouldn’t let me post my comment with my normal yahoo account, I had to put my gmail one…trying this one more time with the usual email/avatar, testing, testing…

    Edit–not working, suppose I must type in the gmail address from now on to leave my absurd comments here haha

    Posted by Vice Prezident Gauri Di | March 23, 2012, 8:33 pm
  4. am mesmerized by the show since its promos came on air.
    i was instantly drawn to the world of Megha..Nanhi..Renu bhabhi..guru..others..but the one person that i see standing tall as the crowd parts..is Mohan..aka Kunal Karan Kapoor..have fallen for him hook..line n sinker..<3 ❤

    i feel relaxed..awed and gleeful while getting drowned into the show..its simply awesome..
    liked this blogpost a lot..gives full justification to the show and my favourite Nanhi & Mohan pair..

    Kunal if you are reading this..I see you in my dreams..

    Posted by Rinkle | March 25, 2012, 2:12 am
    • Thanks Rinkle for enjoying the blog post and I heartily agree about how enjoyable the show is. Kunal really does play the character of Mohan very well. I especially love the way Mohan accepted the resentment and anger of the Vyas family despite thinking that he was right about Amar Vyas being guilty. Kunal played those scenes with the perfect amount of resigned understanding, disappointment, pity, sadness and sometimes a tinge of annoyance.

      Posted by Nakhrewali | March 25, 2012, 8:42 pm
  5. NBT is the best show on TV right now. For the first time in my history of watching any show, I’m loving the supporting characters as much as I love the leads. This show is definitely like the breath of fresh air that always cheers me up whenever I’m depressed. At present, it’s like my drug and I can’t live without watching it. Even in weekends, I pass my day by watching the old scenes. Hats off to the PH for making such a simple yet the most amazing show and also the leads and the entire team for living their characters. Long live NBT!! 🙂

    Posted by Bidushy | March 25, 2012, 6:24 am
  6. NA BOLE TUM NA MAINE KUCH KAHA it is very Beautiful Show Mohan excellent Megha very beautiful Nanhi so sweet Addu so cute Guru u r very funny Jiji buwa very nice evry charecters are fabulous job i m watching evry MONDAY to FRIDAY 10; 30 PM only COLORS TV channel

    Posted by qkr | March 25, 2012, 12:26 pm
  7. Rocking serial NA BOLE TUM NA MAINE KUCH KAHA great story great cast all the actor great work Mohan you are fantastic job keep up the good work god bles u

    Posted by ziya | March 25, 2012, 12:58 pm
  8. lovely review! came across this show recently and am v impressed with the script, the direction, manner in which the story is unfolding, the characters and all the actors…love nanhi-mohan’s relationship.

    Posted by indepgal | March 25, 2012, 8:38 pm
  9. No, words to define the simplicity of this show and how the audiences are loving it.
    This show gives the whole justice to every character of the show.
    Megha, Mohan, Nanhi, Addu, Guru, Jijibua, Renu are the soul of this show.
    Megha is a real character and we all can find such womens in every homes of our country and we all should clap on the strength of Megha for fighting against corruption which has been posed over his husband.
    Her strength inspires all the widows to live their life again and without losing their strength.

    Posted by Sheetal | March 25, 2012, 9:24 pm
  10. Simply said – a fantastic review for a fantastic show. You’ve raised attention to all that goes on to make NBT an edge above and beyond the usual on TV, despite a theme and an ensemble of characters that could easily have been combined into yet another melodramatic series! The difference NBT brings, by being simple and real, with their alternate interludes of solemn and light, the actors getting their comic and serious timing bang on, and the writing team doing great justice to the credibility of each sequence that goes into the progress of the various bonds – everything, laudable!

    NBT team – take a bow!
    Writer of the post – keep them coming!

    Posted by Jazz | March 25, 2012, 11:07 pm
    • Jazz, many thanks for the appreciation, keeps me motivated!

      And I’m glad you are enjoying the show as well. The interesting thing for me is how the combination of light-hearted and serious-minded moments in an episode never feel jarring. After the Vyas family lost the case one would be forgiven for expecting weeks of sadness and dejection being depicted but instead the family was shown being involved in the Maha Shivratri celebrations because that’s how life is – it doesn’t stop just because you encountered a disappointment.

      Posted by Nakhrewali | March 31, 2012, 11:43 am
  11. Agree wholeheartedly with the review. Awesome acting by the protagonists. Nanhi is a surprise package whose interactions with Mohan is the jaan of the show!!!

    Posted by shumna | March 25, 2012, 11:38 pm
  12. Megha u n mine story is same but i have only nanahi like u have , but no addu. i m also a single mother fighting for a my daughter rights , i lost my hubby in 2007 since from that day i m earning my own n tring to give better life to my daughter. Any ways u r mind blowing n Mohan is my very favor t one , Good luck for u n mohans bright future but pls never marry with any body live with ur 2 kid happyi.lots of luv from me n my daughter Isha (7Yrs).

    Posted by Priti P Patel | March 26, 2012, 6:39 am
  13. I watch this show mainly for nani and mohan- they share a beautiful relationship! All the kids on the show do an amazing job, & Addu is just so adorable! Kudos to the whole team for excellent acting and of-course the story!

    Posted by Emi | March 27, 2012, 8:30 pm
  14. I loved the show since inception but the past week or two, i feel the quality is steadily going down. The show has simply seem to have lost its way. There is some inexplicable romance brewing. Its way too early. All i see is forced comedy track, love lorn looks, eye locks, cliched villain, numerous flashbacks and things are going over the top – at least by the high standards the show set

    Previously, i used to watch each episode twice or thrice and each time i would notice something new – a look that an actor in the background gave, i small miniscule detail, the background score which would perfectly complement the scene etc etc. There was so much going on in each scene besides the main actors. Now it has lost its special flavour – its all about mohan acting like megha’s bodyguard and giving her love lorn looks every scene. And why is mohan acting like the joker ? And too much renu in every episode

    I miss the old show. Whats happened? Have the writers changed ? Bring the old ones back if that is the case. I really miss the old flavour.

    Posted by yasmin | March 29, 2012, 7:23 am
    • Ack, well I’ve seen up to the episode where Prateek’s cousin arrives and haven’t had the chance to catch up since then, though I plan to do so when I have some free time. I’m sad to hear that you’re finding the quality declining. I remember reading that the director changed recently… I guess one can speculate that the change in the tone of the story may be caused by this?

      I was definitely alarmed to hear that Prateek’s character had undergone an unexpected transformation and I was really hoping that the romance wouldn’t start quite so soon between Mohan and Mrs. Vyas. Perhaps though they’ll realise that things are moving too fast and change course – serials have the advantage of being able to do that.

      Posted by Nakhrewali | March 31, 2012, 11:56 am
  15. First of all excellent description of the show.good job! I am too a big fan of the show. It connects to real life and emotions. Initially i was disappointed by prateek’s sudden change in character but then i loved the way they handelled it. Instead showing silly fight scene during prateek-mohan-megha confrontation they handled it very well. Next best thing i like about is the amazing performance of supporting actors,may it be renu vyas,jijibua,guru,nanhi,each and every character is very well defined. I really hope this serial continues to maintain its good quality.

    Posted by taniya | April 12, 2012, 4:26 pm
    • Thanks Taniya, I’m glad you enjoyed reading the post.

      Also, thanks for mentioning that the unexpected Prateek track has been handled well after all. Truth be told, after hearing about it I have been kindasorta loath to take up from where I left off because I didn’t want to spoil my image of the wonderful show. I’m glad someone’s now given me the push to start it up again – sometimes when you like a show too much you need to know that the bad patch is over before picking it up again, or in any case that’s how it usually is with me.

      I agree that the supporting characters are such a treat – that’s always a good sign for a show. It’s never enjoyable when a show relies solely on the leads being interesting! Like you, I hope the show remains true to its essence.

      Posted by Nakhrewali | April 15, 2012, 11:49 pm
  16. now i think the story is going haywire.meghan as losers in front of rashmi .very bad .did not like todays epi.very disappointing.

    Posted by mamta | April 19, 2012, 6:01 am
  17. wonderful write up abt d serial. i discovered it quite late but now am loving it. i love the natural n realistic acting. d whole cast are really good n their characterisation n acting. vyas family is very realistic. we don’t have evil saas bahu but realistic chrs you see in your everyday life. d lead actors natural acting makes it a pleasure to watch. children are particulary natural here not sacharine or acting old. hats off to the creative team!

    Posted by priya | April 22, 2012, 3:42 am
  18. “Na bole tum na maine kuch kaha”-I think this time Indian serials ka sabse bahetarin serials me ek hai.Ek aisi story hai jo har kisi sadharan insan ki dil tak pouch ta hai.Sabse acchi lagti hai iski story se har ik cast ki aise milna jaise ke ye real me ho raha hai.Mrs.Byas aur Mr.Bhatnagar ji ki ek dusre se milna bate karna ek dusre ki help karna itni acchi lagta hai ke adha ghanta kaise gujar jata hai malum hi nahi chalta. Aisi pure jodi aaj kal ki bollywood ki badi badi actor ki jodi se bohot baheter hai.Dono ko dekhkar pata chalti hai ke pyar kitni pavitra rista hoti hai,dil bilkul santh ho jati hai.Colors ko thanks itni acchi jodi ko itni sadharan aur pure se pes karne ke liye aur thanks isliye ke aise time me bhi aise ek kahani ko hamare samne pes karne ke liye.Mohan ji aur Mrs. Byas ji ko meri aur meri family ke taraf se bohot bohot Subhokamnaye aur subhokamnaye colors ki (NBTNMKK) pure team ko.Nanhi aur Addu is so cute.

    Posted by ismail=safina | April 29, 2012, 7:01 pm
  19. hey taht was a very nice analysis on this show…this show makes the heart feel very pleasant… hope they continue the same…

    Posted by bestserial | May 6, 2012, 2:48 pm
  20. Na bole tum is great show.. I love it and never miss it.

    Posted by Supanpreet | May 18, 2012, 11:45 pm
  21. megha vyas love u. i will meet u and these movment is very big big honer to me

    Posted by aman | May 19, 2012, 8:31 pm
  22. hey.i and my sis neha are a big fan of NBT..I totally agree wid ur review……….NBT is miles ahead of other serials which at some of tym , become melodramatic……….keep rocking…….

    Posted by sheetal | June 16, 2012, 12:34 am
  23. nbt truly rockkz…….as it is not the usual saas bahu sagas that ppl watch….

    Posted by Sweety | June 19, 2012, 5:47 pm
  24. Thanks for the article..so well written for a show which deserves all praise and kudos for the uniqueness and refreshment it brought in our life…..Not a serial addict..still instantly got connected to the show and in no time got addicted.. NBT and its characters for me became. like..what an insulin shot is to a diabetic…. a part of daily life…..

    Now with almost none of the original Creative team left in the show….the show suddenly started to lose its balance and as if altogether lost its objective to end up like other crappy dramas on TV…Off late really feeling bad…with how all our expectations have been trashed by the current lot of Jokers handling the show who neither have nor could ever have the flair and ability of Amit/Man sir….Where r you???Please come back and give our show back….Pleasseeeeeeee

    Posted by Ankur Dutta | July 13, 2012, 6:36 am
  25. I’m watching this serial from day 1, its a great show .Everyday i want sleep til the serial gets over. I like both megha vysa & mohan in the serial,they both make good pair. yesterday'(12th July episode),was so dis pointed to most of viewer including myself i was so frustrated when mohan got married to riddhima,how can he marry to someone when he loves megha this twist was not good . when even megha is liking him how did he married he could have waited, the twist was really bad Pl z, i request to the director that mohan and megha should get married as soon as possible. I’m waiting from many day that when these two will get married, now its a right time to get married.But u people made a twist which dis pointed all of us. pl z don’t give too much of twist and turns in the serial.I hope that megha and mohan get married soon ,i ‘ll be waiting for next like what happens happy or sad ending story.

    Posted by nandini | July 15, 2012, 3:18 am
  26. I love the show like many others here … was attached due to the story line .. BUT … it seems to have lost its way now-a-days .. Would love to know your POV regarding this .. The regression of Megha’s character earlier and now Mohan’s .. it is painful to see how NBT has lost is glory.

    Posted by Maankigopi Madhu | July 23, 2012, 9:42 am
    • Honestly, NBTNMKK has completely alienated me by now. It started off with little annoyances and now the entire serial is a very far cry from that initially promised slice-of-life ‘dilchasp’ kahaani. The current Mohan-Megha sangeet track with guest appearances from several celebrity bahus/channel mascots pretty much seals the fate of this serial in my opinion. It isn’t that I don’t enjoy that type of serial branding from time to time but, seriously, if they think NBTNMKK is the platform for that sort of shenanigans then I can imagine what the channel thinks the future tracks of NBTNMKK look like, and I don’t like what I am imagining.

      I’ll make an honest confession here, I haven’t seen the full episodes of NBTNMKK in a long time. Still, I have many friends who enjoy the serial so I’ve managed to keep up to date with the story developments. Mohan faking a letter from Amar Vyas was just 50 shades of stupid and this Manav and Ridhimma track was even more ludicrous. Which parts in particular were painful for you? Do share – I think commiseration is the only balm left to us.

      Posted by Nakhrewali | July 23, 2012, 9:16 pm
  27. Hi …NBTNMKK
    we all miss u guyxxx… Me and my family big fan of yours …but miss u all ….when 2season come off NBTNMKK….WE ALL WAITING………….
    please keep the role,song (like tere is ishq main hum dil se
    gaye hm …. one of my favourite), ,character as it is plz come we all miss u………..so so

    Posted by Shrutika . | November 13, 2012, 4:33 am
  28. NBT 2 is A very interesting story with a very zealous cast.Not only Meghan but the role of every character is commendable, I like the characters of Mohan,Megha Jiji,Guru,Rimjhim old and new Nani very much . I wish the NBT 2 the very best of luck.
    Fans of a Star are very much touchy for their favorite Stars, they really want to express their true feelings for a star through different medium e.g Face Book,Twitter,Any Forum or through Blogs.But I can request to our most favorite stars Kunal and Akanksha that they should read our true feeling in the form of comments posted on different medium and give us feedback. I can’t select the words to express the “The Prince Of Tellywood”Mr.Kunal Karan Kapoor,he is beyond description.He is like a diamond which is completely discovered now in NBT.He is Simply the actor who make his Audience to consider that situation as a reality.The huge bundle of best wishes to him.

    Posted by PashoRani | February 15, 2013, 1:28 am
  29. na bole thum na maine kuch kaha is wonderful love story. i live in tamil nadu. it is dubbed in tamil and telecasted in polimer channel we have been watching this serial since at the starting i am great fan of mohan bhatnagar and in tamil his name is mohan prasad we searched in internet about nenjam pesudhey and found the real name in hindi we are very fascinated about the happening. this serial is the best to watch with our family. kunal karan kapoor is a charming actor. he acts perfectly.we are a great fans of him.we never watched tamil serials ever since. we watch only this serial.we will again collect informations about this further and wish him for his further success.he is becoming also more popular in south india especially in tamil nadu.

    Posted by nandhini, priya | April 30, 2014, 7:14 pm
  30. The serial was one of the best i have seen

    Posted by IVAN | September 24, 2014, 7:13 pm
  31. My first favourite serial see on reshtey Chanel but its stop.I m very disappointed. Pls resume this serial. Plz pls……

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