|Directed by||Rahul Tewary|
|Country of origin||India|
|Original language(s)||Malayalam (dubbed)|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||340 as on 30 March 2020|
|Producer(s)||Siddharth Kumar Tewary|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Original release||26 Nov 2018 - present|
|Related shows: RadhaKrishn in hindi|
Kannante Radha is an Indian Malayalam television series which is currently telecasting on Asianet channel. The show premiered on Asianet channel on November 26, 2018. It is the dubbed version of Hindi language television series RadhaKrishn which currently airs on Star Bharat.
Asianet also aired some special set of episodes called Kannante Radha : Story So Far which summarises the story telecasted before.
The show depicts the reliable and eternal love between supreme Lord Krishna and Radha.
The story of Krishna and Radha is the epitome of eternal love and supreme romance, which transcends the eras and emotion with elegance and grace. Radha and Krishna are lovers who must face various and several challenges as they attempt to reunite after a curse separates them for 100 years; this comes to the main theme of the story.
The series opens with Krishna's devotee Shridama coming to the Goloka with Narad, (Goloka is the eternal supreme abode of the Lord Krishna and Radha). Shridama gets upset at noticing that he has to recite or declaim Krishna's beloved Radha's name for the entry. He is not satisfied by that.
Later he tries to prove that his devotion is greater the love of Radha. He claims that the love is nothing than an imagination or an illusion. While doing so he ends up cursing Radha, that she will forget krishna and have to spend 100 years out of Goloka. Later he realizes the magic of love that supersedes everything. This fate is eventually good for the people living on the mortal world.
- Sumedh Mudgalkar/Himanshu Soni as Krishna
- Mallika Singh /Shivya Pathania as Radha
- Basant Bhatt as Balram
- Harsh Vashisht as Sridhama
- Akangsha Rawat as Kirtida
- Gavie Chahal as Nanda Baba
- Reena Kapoor as Yashoda
- Naveen Jingar as Vasudeva
- Falaq Naaz as Devaki
- Arpit Ranka as Kamsa|Kansa
- Rushiraj Pawar as Ayan
- Meghan Jadhav as Vyomasaur
- Malini Sengupta as Jatila
- Rakesh Kukreti as Vrishbhan
- Nimai Bali as Ugrapat
- Kumar Hegde as Narada
- Preeti Verma as Chandravali
- Kunal Bakshi as Indra
- Tarun Khanna as Shiva
- Piyali Munshi as Parvati/Kali