Junoon (translation: Obsession) is a television series produced by Cinevistasa Limited and broadcast on Doordarshan in 1993. Junoon ran for five years (510 episodes), setting a record for the then longest running programme during prime time on Doordarshan.
- Mangal Dhillon as Sumer Rajvansh
- Shashi Puri as Aditya Dhanraj
- Tanuja Samarth as Pratibha Mathur
- Navin Nischol as Justice Bhatnagar
- Sudhir Dalvi as Nana Nagarkar
- Dina Pathak as Aditya's grandmother
- Saeed Jaffrey as Reema's father
- Parikshit Sahni as Bharat kumar rajvansh Sumer's father
- Farida Jalal as Reema's mother
- Shubha Khote as Dr.D'souza
- Lalit Mohan Tiwari as Freedom fighter Arun
- Archana Puran Singh as Rekha
- Kishori Shahane as Chandni
- Smita Jaykar as Aditya's mother
- Neena Gupta as Reema
- Kitu Gidwani as Mini Agrawal
- Tom Alter as Don Keshav Kalsi/ KK/ Collector in British Raj
- Pankaj Berry as Mr.Agrawal
- Vijayendra Ghatge as adv.Neil Bhatiya
- Kiran Juneja as adv.Nalini Mathur
- Puneet Issar as Saudagar Singh
- Rajesh Khattar as ACP Wajahad Ali
- Neelima Azeem as Wajahad Ali's wife
- Ravi Jhankal as Manish Mahajan
- Gavin Packard as Masita
- Shagufta Ali as Farheen(Masita's girlfriend)
- Parmeet Sethi as Bobby(KK's stepbrother)
- Mohan Gokhale as Jay(KK's stepbrother)
- Kalpana Iyer as Parvati(KK's mother)
- Shiva Rindani as Mukhtyar
- Vishnu Sharma as Lala ji
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