The Suite Life of Karan & Kabir is an original Disney Channel India Sitcom.
The series is set in the Raj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai and centers on Karan and Kabir, trouble-making non identical twins who live at the Raj Mahal Hotel. The series' other main characters include daughter of the owner of the Raj Mahal Hotel Rani, the candy counter girl Vinnie, the hotel's manager, Mr. Maan Singh, and the boys mother Preeti, who is an assistant manager in the hotel. The show centers upon Karan and Kabir, non identical twin brothers who live in the Raj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai where their mother, Preeti Jaiswal, who is an assistant manager in the hotel. The series also centers upon the hotel owner's teenage daughter, Rani Uberoi, who is privileged and ditzy. Vinita Mishra (Vinnie) is the hotel's down-to-earth candy-counter girl. Mr. Mann Singh, the strict, dutiful, and serious manager, is often a foil to Karan and Kabir's schemes. Sometimes, Karan and Kabir get in trouble.
Characters :Kabir (Siddharth Thakkar) is the calm, mature, and smarter twin of the duo. He is less adventurous, but always gets into his brother's antics, most accidentally as one may say, and he also faces trouble because of his brother Karan. But he never complains about him and his doings. The reason is because he was born ten minutes after Karan. Karan uses that bit of information to knock Kabir out of the "center of things" and let him do all the "main work" before Kabir comes into it.
Karan (Namit Shah) is typically the self-centered, non-studious, outgoing, immature twin who is "10 minutes older than Kabir" which he uses against Karan, normally telling him, since he's older, to do some sort of job that he doesn't want to do. Or in some cases, give him "brotherly" advice because, "I'm the older twin." He has a big crush on Vinnie, the seller at the hotel.
Rani Uberoi (Shivshakti Sachdev) is the only daughter of the owner of the Raj Mahal Hotel where the twins, Karan and Kabir live. Rani is a rich teenager with her own private suite at the Raj Mahal Hotel, complete with a large wardrobe with several divisions and a kitchen. Rani loves fashion; she only wears designer clothes and hates poeple who dislike fashion. She does not have her father or any other person to live with her to help her but relies on the Raj Mahal Hotel Staff for any assistance or guidance. She talks trendily to Vinnie and the brothers and not just count them... all other staff of the Hotel. But most of these facts are deliberately untrue. In the first episode, she tells her friends about the "great marriage" she: the rich is going to attend, but only to end as all people of the Raj Mahal Hotel knowing of this fake incident in which she herself cheats to enter to the marriage party.
Vinita Mishra (Vinnie) (Tara Sutaria), fondly called Vinnie by everyone at the Hotel, is the teenage candy-counter girl at the Raj Mahal Hotel, who also works as "babysitter". She even works as "Big-baby"-sitter for Karan and Kabir. While she comes from a lower class family, Vinnie is very hard-working, outspoken, and intelligent. But she is also very selfish and a bigger opportunist than Rani Uberoi, though she always loses out when this side of her personality is shown. Vinnie is Rani's closest friend, though Rani often treats her like a "low-caste" Indian. Karan has a huge crush on her. She is left-handed and also one of the most beautiful people at the Raj Mahal Hotel.
Mr. Mann Singh (Daman Baggan) is the manager of the Raj Mahal hotel, who speaks with a humongous Hindi vocabulary and an urbane vernacular, and is often annoyed by Karan's and Kabir's schemes. Though he acts as though he does not care about the boys, he actually has a great deal of affection for them. Mr. Maan Singh is more of a father to Rani Uberoi than her own, because her real father is seldom around. Mr. Maan Singh even taught Rani how to walk, her ABCs, and tried to teach her how to drive. He cares for Rani and treats her like his own child. He also helps Rani with any problems she is having. Mr. Maan Singh often makes a fool of himself in front of people (mostly because of Karan's and Kabir's mischief). Another running joke is that he often just barely catches a vase on the center table of the lobby from falling. He is fondly called "Maan Singh Ji by the hotel-mates rather than Mr. Maan Singh.
Preeti Jaiswal (Shruti Seth) is the single working mother of Karan and Kabir and is the hotel's assistant manager,who sings beautifully. She and her sons traveled to several cities before arriving at the Raj Mahal Hotel, which she called the "the best ever Hotel we'll like to live ever in our life."