Despite having serious anger management issues, Surya, an Indian Army officer is a brilliant officer but when anger takes control of him he is impossible to subdue. In spite of this issue, he achieves his goal of serving the country by overcoming the hurdles.
Outsourced is an American television sitcom set in an Indian workplace. It is based on the John Jeffcoat film of the same name and adapted by Robert Borden of George Lopez and Universal Media Studios for NBC. The series originally ran from September 23, 2010 to May 12, 2011. The show was officially picked up by NBC on May 7, 2010 and on October 18, 2010, the show received a full season order. Outsourced was filmed at Radford Studios in Studio City, Los Angeles, California. When the renewal of the show was not announced with renewal of other NBC shows, the cast and crew started a campaign for fans of the show to request its renewal. On May 13, 2011, NBC announced that Outsourced was cancelled. Outsourced is set in a call center in Bombay, India, where an American novelties company has recently outsourced its order processing. A lone American manages the call center and must explain American popular culture to his employees as he tries to understand Indian culture.
Joanna Lumley returns to the country of her birth for a deeply personal journey around the vibrant and unique country of India, traveling its length and breadth, an immersive and extraordinary exploration of its diverse landscapes, varying cultural traditions and incomparable spirit. Along the way, she meets an eclectic mix of people and discovers how independence has shaped India into the constantly evolving and endlessly fascinating country it is today.
This thriller series focuses on an anti-terrorist unit agent named Jai Singh Rathod who has twenty-four hours to save the country from a major terrorist attack.
An extraordinary journey to India.
Rick Stein sets out on a journey around India to discover the different cuisines celebrated the world over.
Aditya Kochhar andAmul presents MasterChef India is an Indian competitive cooking game show based on the original British MasterChef. It is produced by Colosceum Media Pvt. ltd. and screens on Star Plus. The series is the most watched cooking show in India.
Guy Martin sets off on a 1000-mile motorbike trip, exploring a rarely-seen side of modern India as he heads to one of the world's maddest bike races.
Shabaash India is a reality show that aired on Zee TV that showcased the record-breaking and unorthodox talents of the people of India. The shows presented different abilities of people such as physical strength, stamina, mental and paranormal that amazed TV viewers. Notable feats in the shows have been a man pulling a Boeing 737 with his hair, a lady passing 50 motor cycles over her stomach and a young man breaking 76 tube lights with his neck. The program is also an insight of how talented the Indians are. The show is hosted by Hussain Kuwajerwala.
Showbiz India is a television program that focuses on entertainment from South Asia, specifically from the Indian subcontinent. The show has been on the air since 1998 and its hostess and producer is Reshma Dordi, who was crowned the first Miss L.A. India in 1988.
India Calling was a Hindi television serial that airs on STAR One from Monday to Friday at 7:30 PM IST.
Sweet India is an Italian television series.
Jjhoom India is a musical reality show that airs on Sahara One channel, starting from October 27, 2007. Jjhoom India is an Indian adaptation of Stars on Stage, a Swedish format from Zodiac Television.
Lead India is a television initiative launched on India's 60th Independence Day by The Times of India Group in search of a new bold leader for India. Hosted by Anupam Kher, the program airs on STAR One every Saturday at 8:00 PM IST. Citizens of India aged between 25 and 45 can participate in the three-stage contest whose result will be a winner who will be a worthy contender for participating in India's next assembly elections, besides bagging a seat on the leadership and politics course at Harvard University, and a corpus of Rs 50 lakh for pursuing a public-welfare project of choice. Lead India is the sequel to the newspaper's earlier India Poised initiative launched in January 2007. While India Poised celebrated India's recent successes and its growing importance on the global radar, it also conducted a critical assessment of sectors where India failed to deliver. Public governance was on top of this list. Lead India, therefore, addresses that concern by offering the most deserving a shot at active politics while cutting short the regular long-winded, and often extremely frustrating, path up the political ladder. It is a hunt to identify new leaders for a new India, men and women with the vision and ability to empower India with the kind of political leadership that is so conspicuous by its absence.
Animal Planet takes viewers on an exotic journey through India, from the epic Himalayan Mountains, down the mighty River Ganges, and across to the lost world of the North East, to explore its iconic wildlife, secret locations and grand terrains.
India - land of stunning wildlife, ancient cultures and extreme landscapes. Wildlife expert Liz Bonnin, actor Freida Pinto and mountaineer Jon Gupta reveal India's natural wonders.
For over two millennia, India has been at the centre of world history. But how did India come to be? What is India? These are the big questions behind this intrepid journey around the contemporary subcontinent. In this landmark series, historian and acclaimed writer Michael Wood embarks on a dazzling and exciting expedition through today's India, looking to the present for clues to her past, and to the past for clues to her future. The journey takes the viewer through majestic landscapes and reveals some of the greatest monuments and artistic treasures on Earth. From Buddhism to Bollywood, from mathematics to outsourcing, Michael Wood discovers India's impact on history - and on us.