BBC Studios Productions India Debuts New Series on Colors


BBC Studios Productions India’s Qayaamat Se Qayaamat Tak has premiered on Colors and will air every weekday at 10:30 p.m.

Set in Ujjain, the series is based on the novel November Rain by Mrinal and Abhigyan Jha. It chronicles the immortal love story of a city-bred medical student and a resilient village girl, played by Karam Rajpal and Trupti Mishra, respectively.

Qayaamat Se Qayaamat Tak builds on BBC Studios Productions India’s slate of originals, which also includes School of Lies (Disney+ Hotstar) and Expressway Ishk (Amazon Mini TV).

Sameer Gogate, general manager of BBC Studios Productions India, said: “Our latest offering, Qayaamat Se Qayaamat Tak, signifies an exciting chapter for BBC Studios Productions India, contributing to our collection of premium scripted dramas and breaking in to continuing drama. With this collaboration with Mrinal, we are delighted to be back on Colors with this romantic thriller, blended with mystery, and to be taking it to a wider audience.”

Producer and writer Mrinal Jha commented: “It is often said that there are very few wholly original stories, and, well, this one, Qayaamat Se Qayaamat Tak, is the mother of them all. Once we had experienced the events, my husband Abhigyan Jha and I were compelled to write it, and I’m thrilled to see the unusual story come alive on screen! It’s fantastic to see writers, directors and actors team up to bring the themes of rebirth, destiny and timeless love to life in a visually stunning way. Here’s hoping the viewers will enjoy watching the show as much as we enjoyed crafting it!”