Champak Chaturvedi runs a theatrical troupe in India. He hires two men, Bunty - a graduate in Arts, and Babla- who cannot read nor write English. One has to play the role of the play's hero, while one the villain. Both men end up squabbling with each other, as both want the hero's part. Then Champak finds out that Bunty has molested the play's heroine, Anjali, and punishes him. The group gets a contract to stage 30 plays in Britain, however, on the day of the departure, Anjali opts out, leaving Champak no alternative but to travel without a heroine, but hoping to recruit one while in Britain. Upon arrival, Babla sets about to find a suitable heroine from the Indian population, but Bunty beats him to it and recruits a woman named Munni.
Two jobless men become entangled in a series of chases and conflicts when they try to hang on to an extremely valuable coat that a fleeing criminal dropped in their apartment.
Shesham Katha Bhagam malayalam movie directed by Bhagyanthan C G featuring M G Sasi, Anoop Chandran and Anjana in lead roles has finished shooting. Mohan Ayiroor, Ashok Raj, Shaji Palamel, Chethan Babu, Hari Kudavettor, Kalabhavan Jinto, Kalabhavan Nasar, and Sneha will be seen in prominent roles. The camera is helmed by Praveen Adithya. For the lyrics of Biyar Prasad, P T Binu and Murali Dev, the tunes are set by Vidhu Alleppey, Anand Mettunkal and Reji Naren.
Bhagyavidhaata is an Indian television drama series that airs on Colors since May 2009. Set in the rural district of Motihari, Bihar, the show deals with 2 families: the Sinhas and the Prasads.
Sarla Arora, who runs a marriage hall, hopes to see her two daughters, Pragya and Bulbul, who are poles apart, happily married.
Before dying, Raghuveer tells his daughters, Preeta and Shrishti, about their sisters, Pragya and Bulbul, who stay with Sarla in Mumbai. Later, Preeta and Shrishti come to Mumbai to look for Sarla.
Follow the life of Punjabi matriarch Sarla Arora who runs a marriage hall and lives with the hope of seeing her two daughters Pragya and Bulbul who're poles apart, happily married some day.
Dwarkadheesh – Bhagwaan Shree Krishna was a television series based on the adult life of the Hindu deity Krishna. It began airing on July 4, 2011 on Imagine TV at the 8 pm slot and was stopped abruptly midway with the shutdown of Imagine TV in April 2012. The series intended to show Krishna as a valiant lover; a master strategist; and an ideal brother, father, son, and king. Renowned composer Ravindra Jain composed the title song as well as music for the initial episodes. Afterwards the composer was replaced by music director-duo Sunny Bawra and Inder Bawra. The serial is produced by Sagar Pictures who are well known for their devotional serials of Bhagavan Ramachandra and Bhagavan Krishna: Ramayana and Sri Krishna respectively.
Dwarkadheesh Bhagwaan Shree Krishn is a television series based on the adult life of the Hindu deity Krishna. The series intends to show Krishna as a valiant lover; a master strategist; and an ideal brother, father, son, and king.
Bhagonwali was an Indian daily soap opera that aired on Zee TV. The series premiered on December 6, 2010. It is produced by Samidha Khalid's Creative Lab. It tells the story of Runjhun who brings good luck and fortune wherever she goes. However, her own life is riddled with misfortune and hard work because of her circumstances. This show went off air on February 17, 2012 ending with a total of 318 episodes.