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Kitani Mohabbat Hai 2
Kitani Mohabbat Hai 2 poster.jpg
Genre Romantic Drama
Created by Balaji Telefilms
Written by Story
Divya Nidhi Sharma
Aparajita Sharma
Sampurn Anand
Prashant Bhatt
Gitanshu Dey
Divya Nidhi Sharma
Aparajita Sharma
Prashant Bhatt
Gitanshu Dey
Divya Nidhi Sharma
Aparajita Sharma
Aparna Nadig
Directed by Rahib Siddiqui, Aniruddha Rajderkar, Jeetu Arora, Randeep Mahadik, Ashish Shrivastav & Sangeeta Rao
Creative director(s) Persis Siganporia & Prashant Bhatt
Starring See Below
Opening theme "Kitani Mohabbat Hai 2" by Aishwarya Nigam & Keka Ghoshal
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of episodes 153
Producer(s) Ekta Kapoor & Shobha Kapoor
Cinematography Sanjay Memane – Shekhar Nagarkar
Editor(s) Vikas Sharma, Vishal Sharma & Sandeep Bhatt
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) Balaji Telefilms
Original network NDTV Imagine
Picture format 576i (SDTV),
Original release 1 November 2010 – 26 May 2011
Preceded by Kitani Mohabbat Hai

Kitani Mohobbat Hai 2 (Hindi: कितनी मोहब्बत है) (English: How much I love you) is the second season of the popular serial Kitani Mohabbat Hai starring Kritika Kamra and Karan Kundra but is not a continuation or sequel to the first season plot.[1]


The new season tells the story of two diverse families and individuals. Arjun Singhania (Karan Kundra), who is the devoted and favoured son of a white collared criminal and is quiet and an introvert but falls for Aarohi Ahluwalia (Kritika Kamra), who is from a family of honest police officers and lawyers and is vibrant and chirpy.

Major scenes in the story are similar to the movie Hero starring Jackie Shroff.


Aarohi belongs to a police family where she is extremely pampered, while Arjun is the adopted son of a renounced Don and though devoted to, and favoured by, his father, everyone in the family uses him except his elder sister, youngest brother and grandmother. Their families hate each other, and Aarohi too begins to hate Arjun after she meets him as the person who never reciprocated her best friend, Gauri's love. When Aarohi's grandfather puts Arjun's father in jail, Arjun abducts Aarohi and her friend in exchange for his Dad's bail. Whilst hidden in the jungle Arjun and Aarohi slowly fall in love.

After they confess their love, Arjun and Aarohi go travelling on their own. Aarohi just misses her family's search party and is still unaware of Arjun's fake identity. A couple notices them and take them in as lovers, and plan their wedding. Aarohi's grandfather finally finds her when they crash the wedding and tells Aarohi about the abduction, which breaks her, and she agrees to marry her family's choice.

Meanwhile, Arjun tries to apologize to Aarohi and gets all his criminal records cleared, which results in his father, one of his brothers, and mother, disowning him. His grandmother and pregnant sister support him and go to Aarohi's place to persuade her, where Gauri pushes his sister off the stairs and she loses her child. Arjun is infuriated and blames the Ahluwalia family for the accident. As payback, he tricks Aarohi into marriage and she goes to live with him in the Singhania residence where they gradually rekindle their romance.

Following this, Arjun misinterprets Aarohi's friendship with her school friend, only to discover she has been trying to unite him with his girlfriend. Aarohi convinces Arjun of her love and they reunite, only to find out their divorce is to be finalised. Aarohi reveals Gauri's truth while confessing to her family about her love for Arjun. Her grandfather finally gives in and announces their wedding, while Arjun's father finds ways to sabotage it by finally letting Arjun know how Aarohi's grandfather was responsible for his mother's death. He sets out to kill him but is stopped by Aarohi. Just then, her grandfather is shot and the blame is put on Arjun.

Aarohi tries her best to set him free but fails. He tells her he doesn't want to break the law this time, but Aarohi plans his escape, when her uncle catches them and locks them both up.

Aarohi's grandfather finally wakes up from a coma and testifies for Arjun, setting both of them free, but they are disappointed as nobody comes to receive them and go to Arjun's mother's house to live there alone. His brother, who has always been jealous of him, comes there to kill him, when Aarohi's uncle comes to know about it and arrives, only to get shot instead. He fatally shoots Arjun's brother and all of them escape from the place.

After being released from the hospital, her uncle comes home and apologises to both of them. With the acceptance of the whole family, they are finally, officially married.


Show Replacement date
Kitani Mohabbat Hai Season 2 26 May 2011

Cast and character[edit]

Actor ! Role
Karan Kundra Arjun Singhania (male protagonist)
Kritika Kamra Arohi Singh Ahluwalia/Singhania (female protagonist)
Mohan Kapoor Rudra Pratap Singhania (Arjun's father)
Puneet Tejwani Cheeku (Aarohi's fiance)
Aaradhna Uppal Kumud Singhania (Arjun's mother)
Neelam Mehra Teji Singhania (Arjun's grandmother)
Danish Pandor Mikhail Singhania (Arjun's brother)
Mrinalini Tyagi Raashi Singhania (Arjun's sister)
Rupesh Kataria Romit Singhania (Arjun's younger brother)
Abhay Bhargava Kartar Singh Ahluwalia (Aarohi's grandfather)
Alka Pradhan Daljeet Kaur Ahluwalia (Aarohi's grandmother)
Saptrishi Ghosh Arvind Singh Ahluwalia (Aarohi's uncle, Sanchit's father)
Hemaakshi Ujjain Preeti Ahluwalia (Aarohi's aunt, Sanchit's mother)
Farukh Saeed Sudhir Singh Ahluwalia (Aarohi's father)
Pyumori Mehta Amrit Ahluwalia (Aarohi's mother)
Delnaaz Irani Lovedeep Singh Ahluwalia (Aarohi's aunt)
Nitin Sahrawat Rajveer Singh Ahluwalia (Aarohi's uncle)
Parul Gulati Gauri Rajveer Ahluwalia (Aarohi's best friend, Rajveer's wife)
Loveleen Kaur Sasan Arjun's ex-girlfriend
Areesz Gandhi Jignesh (Raashi's husband)
Sana Khan (Sana Makbul) Shefali (Aarohi's friend)
Priya Chauhan Simmi (Aarohi's friend, Romit and Sanchit's love interest)
Karan Arora Billu (Arjun's childhood friend)
Saurav Chakrabarti Danish Malhotra/Dhondu (Aarohi's school friend)
Shardul Pandit Jai (Arjun's friend)
Namrata Kharkar Archana (Jai's fiancee)
Mohit Dagga Advocate Ram Punjabi (Arjun's lawyer)



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