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Shararat (TV Series 2003–2006) Poster

(2003–2006)

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One of the most successful and loved sitcom in Indian Television History.
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Loosely based on "Sabrina- The Teenage Witch".
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In September 2010, Disney Channel India bought the rights to the show.
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Originally, the show was supposed to feature a girl who hid magic from her father and friends while trying to become the world's best fairy under her mother and grandmother's guidance.
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Jiya was originally named Pooja.
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Originally, the characters of Pam, Meeta, Raja and Shanti did not exist.
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Production for Shararat began in September 2002, when Rajiv Mehta pitched an idea for a show revolving around fairies and magic.
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When the series was finally picked in January 2003, Mehta combined several aspects of his stories and created the show.
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The show entered production in October 2003.
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When extra episodes were announced, the show was shooting the pilot.
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Shooting for the first season officially began in the final week of February 2004 and concluded on New Year's Day 2005.
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Writing for first season began in June 2003 and concluded in November 2003.
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It was originally to last for 28 episodes but was extended to 56 in the first week of February 2004.
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The writers concluded work in June 2004, while the show was shooting 30th episode.
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Shooting took a break in October 2004 for Diwali.
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Writers got to work immediately for the second season, while the shooting crew followed on 1 August 2005.
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After a good reception, the show was renewed for a second season in May 2005.
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The show was renewed for a third and final season in January, 2007.
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Reruns of the show also aired on STAR Utsav, TV Asia, and Disney Channel India.
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The tentative title was Thoda Jaadu. It was changed to Jaadu aur Nazakat in January 2003 and again in March 2003 to Jaadu, Nazakat aur Shararat. It was finally changed to Shararat in May 2003.
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The cast was chosen through various auditions.
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The second season's shooting was concluded in September 2006, after a breaks in October 2005 and 20 December to 20 January 2006.
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The series finally became available for stream on Hotstar after years of wait and requests by fans. Shruti Seth herself revealed it on social media.
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Farida Jalal who portrayed the character of chirpy Naani is one of the most famous actresses for the role of the mother in Bollywood.
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Eva Grover would later be replaced Poonam Narula for the rlate ole of Radha in later seasons.
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First Indian sitcom to run for four seasons.
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