In fact it is the plot of Kohinoor, which makes them glued to the television sets for the whole stretch during which it is telecasted. The lead actor gets late night calls from a stranger called Irawati (played by Kuljeet Randhawa) and then follows the web of intrigue revolving around the supporting cast. The production house Cinevista has done a great job through the production of this and has also selected a brilliant starcast for some brilliant performances. The soap was launched in grand style in a five-star hotel. The show being a half-hour daily was telecasted from Monday to Thursday at about 10.00p.m. The series was indeed a very ambitious project and had left no stone unturned to see that the show gets maximum mileage. The whole show focuses on the life of Irawati Kohli and Samar Khanna (played by Ankur Nayyar) and focuses on their journey through the immense highs and lows to uncover the intrigues attached to the diamond. In fact the four main characters of the show are Kujeet Randhawa (Irawati), Ankur Nayyar (Samar Khanna), Amit Sadh (Karan Saxena) and Manish Wadhwa (Kaali).
The whole plot of Kohinoor is in fact a situation driven story with lots of twists and turns to attract the attention of the audiences. It is indeed a very fast paced thriller and has been successful enough to cash in on the recent television craze. To encounter the amount of nuisance spread by the 'saans-bahu' flicks Kohinoor is indeed the kind of show, which had made it to the top of the charts. The plot is so designed that it will successfully manage to touch upon a lot of historical characters and also explore other ancient events. The show has also incorporated various elements of science and has in it various aspects of numerology, mysticism, astrophysics and astrology. All the actors and the supporting cast have also done a great job and has taken the show to new heights. Over all the show is a highly satisfying one and will help the audiences to break through the usual family dramas, which are being aired in the recent times and have become highly monotonous.