Viraasat - Nafrat Ke Khel Mein, Do Dilon Ki Chahat is a Hindi television drama-series that aired on STAR Plus, produced by B.R. films. The series was also shifted to STAR One, since it is a sister channel to STAR Plus. Viraasat is the story of two people Priyanka Kharbanda (Sangeeta Ghosh) and Rahul Lamba (
Rohit Roy) in love bound by an age-old enmity between the two opulent and well-known families, the Lambas and the Kharbandas. The plot of the story takes the major turn when Rahul and Priyanka fall head over heels in love with each other. They elope on the night of Priyanka's marriage with another man. They get married in a temple and take a vow to end the enmity between two families.
Despite the initial setbacks Rahul's family accepts the couple into their home and blesses them for the future. However, Rishab Lamba (
Aman Verma) cannot accept the alliance, and withhas his eye on his own private aims and tries to create troubles in his brother's marital life, but fails to succeed at any cost. His attempts appear to be futile since Priyanka becomes pregnant and promises to give one of the twins to Rishab's childless wife Anushka (
Simone Singh). Kailash (
Deepak Qazir) and Raman (
Kiran Kumar) also ponder over their enmity and decide to end their enmity and reunite on the eve of Diwali.
Sangeeta Ghosh (born on 18 Aug 1976) is a Bollywood and television actress and model. She is better known as Pammi from Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand. She has also anchored and hosted several award shows and television series. She anchored the show
Nach Baliye with
Shabbir Ahluwalia where she also gave multiple dance performances. Rohit Roy is an Indian television star, known for his role in Hindi television serials such as Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand and Swabhimaan. Besides working in television series, Rohit has also acted in Bollywood movies, such as Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena and Plan to name a few. He starred in the movie Shootout at Lokhandwala in which he portrayed the character Fattu, one of the gang members. Roy has also directed a short film named "Rice Plate" – as a part of the anthology film