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|Created by||Edit II Productions|
|Directed by||Sachin Khot|
|Opening theme||"Virasaat" by|
|Country of origin||India|
|Producer(s)||Sanjay Kohli and Benaiffer Kohli|
|Running time||approx. 22 minutes|
|Original network||Sahara One|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV),|
|Original release||19 August 2002|
Virasaat is a Hindi-language television series that aired on Sahara TV which is now known as Sahara One in 2002. The series aired every Monday - Friday at 8:30pm IST. The series portrays common themes of intrigues, jealousies, feuds, and petty quarrels, unlike many other Indian soap operas.
The story portrays the lives of Sahani family's members & captures the ups and downs of the six Sahni siblings — four brothers and two sisters. However, the story is mainly based on the emotional bonding between the stepson, Manav & his stepmother, Jayashree.
The trials & tribulations for 'Sahnis' begin after the death of the head of household, Mr. Sahani. This is when the whole family is thrown out of their vary own house by their uncle, Omkar who cheats to obtain their property. Nevertheless, Mrs. Sahani tries to fight back and stands up for her family. But her own sons withdraw to help & joins their uncle's misdeed. This is when the stepson, Manav takes up the responsibility to support his stepmother & start the life from the scratch.
It now airs on the popular channel Ariana Television in Kabul,Afghanistan