Sasural Simar Ka 2 (transl. Simar's in-laws 2) is a spiritual successor to the long-running Indian Hindi-language television series Sasural Simar Ka, which premiered on Colors TV on April 26, 2021.

Rashmi Sharma Telefilms produces the film, which stars Radhika Muthukumar, Avinash Mukherjee, Tanya Sharma, Karan Sharma, and Sumit Bhardwaj. The series concentrates upon family values and a storey of love, trust, and unity, similar to the previous season's storey.

Sasural Simar Ka 2

The plot is set in Agra and centres around two sisters, Simar and Reema Narayan, who have quite distinct personalities. Simar wishes to be a singer, while Reema wants to be a model. Vivaan and Aarav Oswal are cousins who adore and respect one other.

They are smitten by Reema, but Simar is smitten by Aarav. Reema is chosen as his wife, but she must depart on the wedding day for a modelling event. Instead, Simar is asked to marry Aarav, but the Oswals turn her down.

Reema is shocked, so she manipulates and marries Vivaan in the hopes of exacting revenge on Simar. Yamini Devi is a well-known classical vocalist. Simar regards Geetanjali as a singing idol, despite the fact that she is the second wife of Geetanjali's late husband Gopichand.

Aarav begins to have feelings for her. Reema realises her feelings for Vivaan, who flees after learning of her plans to marry him. On Geetanjali's request, Simar and Aarav divorce.

Simar begins to concentrate on her musical ambitions. Simar encounters Yamini Devi's adopted son, Samar, while conducting an audition.

After four months,


Simar and Aarav have a strong desire for each other. On Geetanjali's orders (and out of greed), Reema locates Samar for Simar's second marriage. Reema manipulates Simar into agreeing to the marriage. When Aarav hears the news, he is devastated. When he arrives at Simar's house the day before their wedding, he invites her to runaway with him, but she declines.

Geetanjali Devi, on the other hand, has Aarav detained by the police in order to prevent him from annulling the marriage. However, with the help of his sister Aditi and Simar's brother Gagan, he manages to break out of jail and proclaim his love for Simar in front of the entire mandap. Aarav leads Simar to a temple, where they are ultimately wedded, as Simar reciprocates.

Their family evicts them from their home.


Sasural Simar Ka (Simar's In-Laws) was an Indian Hindi-language television soap opera that aired on Colors TV from April 25, 2011 until March 2, 2018. Rashmi Sharma Telefilms produced the show. Dipika Kakar, Avika Gor, Shoaib Ibrahim, Manish Raisinghan, Jayati Bhatia, Dheeraj Dhoopar, Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar, Mazher Sayed, Mansi Srivastava, and Rohan Mehra played as the main characters in the show.

After Balika Vadhu, the show ended on 2 March 2018 after 2,063 episodes, making it Colors TV's second-longest-running Indian television series.

Simar and Roli, two sisters from Vrindavan, are the central characters of the novel. Simar aspires to be a dancer, but her parents are opposed to her ambition. Simar is about to marry Prem Bharadwaj, a wealthy businessman.

Simar needs to compete in a dancing competition on the wedding day, so Roli takes his place until Simar returns. However, because Simar is late, Roli is forced to marry Prem. As Simar and Prem fall in love, this causes complications.

Siddhant, Prem's brother, enters the house after being exiled. Simar-Prem and Roli-Siddhant marry after a series of twists and turns. Simar and Roli are eventually allowed into Bharadwaj House.

Khushi soon enters the Bhardwaj house, attempting to assassinate Simar in retaliation for her sister Anisha's death. She deceives the Bhardwaj family and marries Sankalp, Prem's cousin.

Simar kicks Roli out of the house when she tries to expose her. Simar is pregnant but had a miscarriage, preventing her from becoming a mother. Khushi deceives Prem and Simar and becomes the surrogate mother of their child.

Simar is blackmailed into signing the property paperwork. Khushi is later discovered and gives birth to Anjali, Prem and Simar's daughter.

Simar and Roli track down Jhanvi, their long-lost sister-in-law. Shaurya soon appears in Jhanvi's life and causes havoc, but Jhanvi shoots him to death.

Jhanvi eventually marries Dr. Anurag. Shobha, Shakti, Meghna Singhania, Bhakti, and a politician named Jwala Devi threaten the family, but Simar and Roli save them. Roli is kidnapped by Jwala, and while attempting to flee,

Roli accidently smashes a car, killing a woman called Sunaina. To save Roli, Simar visits Sunaina's family, pretending to be her and living as Sunaina, as instructed by Sunaina's husband, Vikrant.

Simar lives as Sunaina for two years and raises the latter's daughter, Sanjana, while Roli looks after Anjali. Surbhi is Prem's new wife. Roli runs into Simar at a summer camp and begs her to return.

Simar returns and is confronted by Sunaina's soul, who has returned to exact revenge on Baa and Kartik (Vikrant's mother and brother), the perpetrators of her death.

Simar is joined by Prem, Roli, and Siddhant. Sunaina and Surabhi are eventually expelled. Vikrant is arrested for attempting to murder Prem and is sentenced to prison. Simar and Prem decide to adopt Sanjana.

Later in the novel, Simar, Roli, Prem, and Siddhant are tasked with protecting Bharadwaj House from mystical beings seeking to destroy it. Maya, a shapeshifting female snake, Dayans Mohini and Indravati, Patali Devi-Gayatri, ghosts Maalti, Madhavi, and Chhoti Dulhan,

Shaitan (Kaal), a Moon Jewel (Princess) named Chandramani, and two more Dayans, Mahamaya and Kamya, are among the supernatural beings. Simar's life is put in jeopardy while defeating Patali Devi-Gayatri and Kaal. Roli risks her life and dies in order to protect her older sister.

Siddhant is wedded to Simar and Roli's childhood friend, Prerna, and lives abroad with her after Roli's tragic death. To reclaim his powers and return to the earth,

Kaal performs a spell on Simar and impregnates her with an evil child with the help of various witches, including Mahamaya and Kamya. Simar becomes aware of Kamya's true vintage after learning of the strange plan. This is also revealed to the family.

Piyush is Simar and Prem's son. The family and Prem ask her to donate the child since they are concerned about the baby's strangeness. Simar declines and Piyush takes care of her in-laws.

Two Years Later

Simar lives as Sunaina for two years and raises the latter's daughter, Sanjana, while Roli looks after Anjali. Surbhi is Prem's new wife. Roli runs into Simar at a summer camp and begs her to return. Simar returns and is confronted by Sunaina's soul,

who has returned to exact revenge on Baa and Kartik (Vikrant's mother and brother), the perpetrators of her death. Simar is joined by Prem, Roli, and Siddhant. Sunaina and Surabhi are eventually expelled. Vikrant is arrested for attempting to murder Prem and is sentenced to prison. Simar and Prem decide to adopt Sanjana.

20 years later


Simar and Piyush return to Bharadwaj House 20 years later to reconnect with their family. Anjali, who was raised by Khushi, is now a spoiled fashionista who hates Simar for abandoning her. Simar and Prem work together to make their children's lives easier.

Piyush marries his best friend Roshni Kapoor, while Anjali marries Vikram Agarwal. Anjali accepts Simar when she assists her in managing her marriage.

On Piyush's birthday, Kaal awakens, possessing him and kills Roshni's father, Sumit Kapoor, but is eventually killed by Riddhima, a sorceress. Vikram later departs from Anjali for Tanvi. Anjali divorces him and moves back in with the Bharadwajs.

From London, he returns to Bharadwaj House. Sanjana's marriage to Sameer Kapoor, a college classmate, is fixed by the Bharadwajs. Anjali, on the other hand, realises that Sameer is a liar who is plotting against the Bharadwajs and marries him to avoid the same fate.

She humiliates and mistreats her family members. Piyush devises a strategy to reclaim the Bharadwajs' property from Anjali. Anjali threatens to kill Simar, who then shoots her, putting her in a coma.

Bhairavi, Sameer's mother, is discovered to have shot Anjali. She enters the Bharadwajs' lives to avenge her husband's death at the hands of Prem. Bhairavi is later discovered to have murdered him and is using the Bharadwajs as a cover-up.

Bhairavi transforms into a daayan and kills Simar after obtaining magical abilities. The Mother Goddess Durga, who is highly revered by the Bharadwaj family, enters their home in the form of Simar to kill Bhairavi and resurrect Simar.

The Bharadwajs forgive and embrace Sameer when he repents for his mistakes. Anjali awakens from her coma and begs forgiveness from her entire family.

When she tries to kill her fiancé, Sahil, and sets Bharadwaj Mansion on fire, her true motives are discovered, and she is imprisoned. Simar and the rest reject her. The Mystery Box Saga begins with Aliya shooting Roshni with a gun to avenge her father's death as a result of Piyush's mistake.

Roshni dies, causing grief in the family and anger in Piyush.

Six months later


Six months later, Simar and Prem are on the lookout for Piyush, who has gone missing. Avni and her mother, Hema, are caring for Piyush, who has lost his memory. Simar, Avni, and Hema accompany Simar's son back to the Bharadwaj residence.

Bhairavi has been released from prison and is now living with Sameer and Sanjana, but she is preparing her vengeance after paying Avni and Hema to kill the Bharadwaj family. Sanjana's pregnancy is a flop.

Bhairavi tries to assassinate Avni when she tries to expose her, but only succeeds in killing Avni's mother. Piyush regains his memory after Bhairavi shoots a gun.

Simar kills Bhairavi in the end, and Piyush marries Avni, promising to always remain by her side. The Bharadwajs celebrate togetherness and adore the Mother Goddess. Pari apologises to Simar for her previous transgressions. Simar misses Roli, while Nirmala claims that the Bharadwajs are more than just a family; they are a concept. The first season draws to a close with this episode.