Raajkumar Aaryyan was an Indian Soap opera which was aired on NDTV imagine. The serial was broadcasted in Imagine to increase its Trending as Imagine was a new channel then. The series helped Imagine as it was ranked among the top 10 serials in Imagine. The story was based on Raajkumar Aaryyan who was the Raajkumar or Prince of Sonargarh. At an early age, he was forced to leave his family and his lover in order to pursue his studies in Sword fighting and martial arts. He loved Rajkumari Bhairvi very much and Bhairvi was the Princess of Pratapgarh.
After he had completed his studies he went back to Sonargarh. After his return, he learned that a large number of humans were killed indiscriminately and cruelly in Pratapgarh. He also learned that Rajkumari Bhairvi and her family were killed by his mentor Boothnath in order to obtain the seventh eye. The seventh eye was the power to conquer the world.
Then he vowed to seek revenge upon him. In an interesting turn of event, Rajkumari Bhairvi was saved by a Baba named Hussain. He learned that the huge number of people was killed cruelly by none other than an evil Senapathi of Pratapgarh Bhujang, in the form of Boothnath because he wanted the seventh eye to conquer the world. The seventh eye was on the Tilism for which he needed a Gurumantra, a special mantra which is known to the successor of Pratapgarh. Raajkumar Aaryyan entered the Tilism with the help of his mentor and stopped that evil Senapathi from conquering the seventh eye.
Anirudh Dave played the role of Raajkumar Aaryyan, whilst Yami Gautam played the role of Rajkumari Bhairvi and Manish Wadhwa played his role as Bootnath. Nirmal Pandey was that evil Senapathi and Shahbaaz Khan played the role of Hussain Baba.
The show premiered on January 23, 2008, and it ended very soon on 30th July, 2008. The show was aired on NDTV Imagine
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Raajkumar Aaryyan is a Hindi Television Drama Show. It premiered on 21st January in the year 2008, one of the earliest programs by the new NDTV Imagine Channel. The show Raajkumar Aaryyan was one of the most successful soap operas on NDTV Imagine with very high ratings. This TV series aired on NDTV Imagine, a Hindi Indian Entertainment Channel. Turner Broadcasting System, a firm based in the capital city New Delhi, was the owner of the Channel. The male lead of Show, Raajkumar Aaryyan, was played by Anirudh Dave, while Rajkumari Bhairvi was played by Yami Gautam, the lead female actor. Manish Wadhwa acts as Bhoothnath, while Nirmal Pandey played the role of the evil Senapathi.
The Show is based on one warrior, many worlds, and his magical pursuit of passion and love. Raajkumar Aaryyan was a new face for the early literature of India. The show depicts the time when people could change appearances, gain supernatural powers, and do wonders by their strength. The protagonist, has a mentor named Bhootnath. Aaryyan and Bhootnath go on a journey across the world fighting demons, witchcraft, and other magical creatures to save Aaryyan's family, his people, and his love interest, Bhairvi. She is also the Princess of Pratapgarh. Since no warrior's story is complete without hardships, Aaryyan too has faced many obstacles during his journey.
Earlier in his childhood, he was made to leave the country in order to learn martial arts along with sword fighting. Bhujang, one of Aaryyan's kingdom's “senapati”, tries to hamper Aaryyan and Bhootnath's path. Bhujang mastered the art of witchcraft and magic, to obtain the seventh eye, which would help him take over the world. The show Raajkumar Aaryyan is shot on beautiful locations. The visual effects, martial arts, and live action enhances the final look of the show. It is an adventurous tale of a young prince, who succeeds in winning the hearts of the audience.
The Channel produced many shows which became quite popular among an audience of all age groups, like Pati Patni Aur Woh, Pardes Mein Hai Koi Apna, Bandini, Radhaa Ki Betiyaan Kuch Kar Dikhaayengi, and much more. Unfortunately, Imagine TV stopped producing any new shows after 12th April 2012, leading to its closure on the 11th of May 2012.