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Thursday, August 25, 2011

oshin (tv series 1983)







Oshin (ja:おしん) is a Japanese serialized morning television drama, which aired on broadcaster NHK from April 4, 1983 to March 31, 1984. The series follows the life of Shin Tanokura (田倉 しん) during the Meiji period up to the early 1980s. Shin was called "Oshin", which is Japanese archaic cognomen.
In total, 297 15-minute episodes were shown. In Japan, the annual average audience share was 52.6%, with a peak rating of 62.9% for a single episode. As of today, Oshin aired in 59 countries, with subtitles ranging from English to Arabic. In 1984, the earlier episodes of the drama (focused on young Oshin) were made into an animated movie by Sanrio. The movie reused Sugako Hashida's scripts and Ayako Kobayashi, who played young Oshin, did the voice of Oshin.






Friday, August 19, 2011

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old add Aishwarya rai in Colgate gel Ad

old dd Ankita's Old Rasna Ad

old dd Old Classic Vicks Ki Goli Ad

old dd Vicco Turmeric Ad


old dd Titan Marriage Commercial – Minisha Lamba

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

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Kachchi Dhoop







Though it only had 14 episodes, most of us remember this classic television serial’ Kachchi Dhoop’, one of Amol Palekar’s first directorial ventures. This children’s classic endeared itself to viewers with its fresh approach to timeless themes of love and sacrifice. The joys of growing up, discovering new friends, and the problems associated with adolescence and first love. These facets of life are wonderfully brought out on screen. Come join us and watch this serial which marks the debut of Bhagyashree and Ashutosh Gowarikar. Know how the story of a single mother, her three daughters, their friends and neighbors touched the nation’s heart





Monday, August 8, 2011

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Sunday, August 7, 2011

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old dd Natraj Pencil Commercial

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old dd Rasna Commercial 1


old dd Parle G Dadaji AD

old dd Washing powder Nirma

old dd Lijjat Papad Commercial

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Thursday, August 4, 2011

TELETUBBIES








Teletubbies was a BBC children's television series targeted at pre-school viewers and produced from 1997 to 2001 by Ragdoll Productions. It was created by Ragdoll's creative director Anne Wood CBE and Andrew Davenport, who wrote each of the show's 365 episodes. The program's original narrator was Tim Whitnall. Teletubbies first aired on 31 March 1997, was syndicated in the United States on the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) public television on 6 April 1998 and aired until 19 June 2005. In 2001 production was canceled and it was announced that no new episodes would be produced, with the last episode being aired on 5 January 2001. However, a total of 365 episodes had been produced – enough for a full year. The series was one of four PBS shows to be taken off its regular airing, the other shows being Boohbah (in 2005), Reading Rainbow (in 2006) and Mister Rogers Neighborhood (in 2008).

Teletubbies, particularly notable for its high production values, rapidly became a critical and commercial success in Britain and abroad and won a BAFTA in 1998.Teletubbies Everywhere was awarded "Best Pre-school Live Action Series" at the 2002 Children's BAFTA Awards.

The program revolves around the adventures of Teletubbies, fictional humanoid beings whose bodies are fairly round and pudgy and covered in a bright solid-color fleece-like fur, all but their large-eyed childlike faces. Teletubbies have in the center of their belly a television monitor that they receive video messages on, and on their head they have a single antenna. Tinky Winky is purple, Dipsy is green, Laa-Laa is yellow, and Po is red. In the show, the four colourful Teletubbies play in the cheerful and fun Teletubbyland. They do things that little children like to do, such as rolling on the grass, laughing, running about, and watching real children on the televisions on their bellies. Mysterious pinwheels and a speaker rise out of the meadow to announce the days' activities. The sun, which is superimposed of live-action video of a smiling, giggling baby's face, occasionally responds to the antics of the main characters. It also rises and sets to begin and end the show.

Although the program is aimed at children between the ages of one and four, it had a substantial cult following with older generations, mainly university and college students. The mixture of bright colours, unusual designs, repetitive non-verbal dialogue, ritualistic format, and the occasional forays into physical comedy appealed to a demographic who perceived the program as having psychedelic qualities. Teletubbies was controversial for this reason. Other critics felt the show was insufficiently educational.

The program was also at the centre of a controversy when American cleric and conservative pundit Jerry Falwell claimed in 1999 that Tinky Winky, one of the Teletubbies, was a homosexual role model for children. Falwell based this conclusion on the character's purple colour and triangular antenna; both the colour purple and the triangle are sometimes used as symbols of the Gay Pride movement. It was also noted that Tinky Winky often carried a red handbag. However, despite an ensuing boycott,[clarification needed] the program remained in production for two more years. 'Teletubbies say "Eh-oh!"', a single based on the show's theme song, reached number 1 in the UK Singles Chart in December 1997 and remained in the Top 75 for 32 weeks, selling over a million copies.






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Uttar Ramayan








Luv Kush is an interesting part of Ramayan, commonly known as Uttar Ramayan. The story of the film Luv Kush starts from "Bharat Milap". That is when Lord Rama comes back to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile and is crowned as King Rama taking a vow to uphold the sacred dignity of his subjects, even at the cost of his personal misfortune. Misfortune falls in such a devastating manner that he is forced to send his beloved pregnant Queen Sita to exile in the deep dense forest inside the Sage Valmiki's Hermitage. Sita gives birth to twin sons Luv and Kush, noble brave warriors who along with usage of art of weaponry learn the great poem Ramayan from Sage Valmiki.








Uttar Ramayan - T V Series










Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Disney Hour



Jungle Book ( Mowgli, Akdu, Pakdu, Pappu, Leela, Bagheera, Baloo, Kaa, Chil, Shere Khan,Tabaqui, )




 Ducktales (Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, Webby, Launchpad, Beagle Boys.)


                                   teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ( star plus )

 Talespin ( Baloo, kid, madam mahalingam, Louee, Sherkhan, Don Karnash)

































Rangoli






Rangoli.....the word itself showers the colors within your imagination.I loved that program not only becos of the songs but the schedule of the program too.I remembered those days of my childhood

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Gopichand Jasoos










Starring:
Raj Kapoor … Gopichand Jasoos
Zeenat Aman … Bela / Lacho / Shano Rani
I.S. Johar … Ram Rokada / No. 256
Viju Khote … Goan Taxi Driver
Sujit Kumar … Mr. Kaliram
Rajan Haksar
Pinchoo Kapoor
Gurbachchan Singh (as Gurbachan)
Manmohan Krishna … Girdhari Lal (Bank Manager)
Sunder … Constable Baliram Kamal Puri
Raj Kishore … Magician
Jugnu
Brahm Bhardwaj
Ratan Gaurang
Ram Moorti (as Ram Murti)
Director:
Naresh Kumar




Gopichand jasoos starring Raj Kapoor, is probably a hilarious remake of Inspector gadget of Indian cinema, Raj kapoor in a detective role makes more fun of himself than he makes the movie look funny, This
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movie clearly showed the raj kapoor we knew was faded and was over his head but to make this movie as his last starring movie, he comprised of other great funny cast, zeenat aman is in the movie as a his sidekick, Raj Kapoor fading away quickly after this movie and and met his end in 1986 after making his film Ram Teri Ganga Meili in 1985 and winning the best director for it.

This movie takes things rather in a most unusal ways, the plot is an okay one, but its preety much a goofy plot, a mob boss dies and he has taken a pack of diamonds with him in his coffin, now everybody from the gang is after the pouch and the chase begins, turns out zeenat is the daughter of that mob boss and he is helped by gopi(raj kapoor) to find those diamonds, its turs out she becomes his side kick for a while and gopi is leading the op.

The music and songs are pretty much skipable. They don’t have any reason to be in there, its just in it to make movie extend for the time being.

No real perfomance here, just plane ole dummies, running around in circles, The movie is only worth the mention is because raj kapoor gives a last shot at a dying age, it showed some respect from him for the Indian cinema and tells us how an actor dosn’t give up without a lasting impression. Though he was pretty much a failure after Mera Naam Joker, he made a directional portfolio for himself, by directing SSS, Prem Rog and Ram Teri Ganga Meili.



Gopichand Jasoos - T V Series


Aryamaan






Aryamaan - T V Series


QUICK! WHO is India's answer to Gi-Joe? "Shaktimaan'' will be the prompt reply from any 10-year-old. Ask him who the President is. Chances are you'll draw a blank stare for a reply. Such is the effect of the idiot box.
Spiderman, He-man, Batman... children have always idealised these icons. We all have, at some time or the other wished for the magical powers that they possess to fulfil our deepest desires.
Sci-fi soaps have always drawn loyal fan following, especially from children. They bunk school and stay up late, to watch their favourite heroes battle it out with the sinister forces of the universe. Another name to add to the list of superheroes is ``Aryamaan''.
Did we here you say who is he? Well, Aryamaan is the latest offering of the production house, Bheeshm International, that is ready to hit the small screen. While Shaktimaan fights evil forces on earth, Aryamaan will fight his battles all over the universe in his endeavour to reclaim his kingdom.
``The serial titled `Aryamaan - Brahmaand ka Yodha' is a fantasy tale of high drama, adventure, betrayal and romance,'' said Mukesh Khanna, who plays the lead role. He was in the City for the promotion of his latest serial.
The story set in space, revolves around the warrior prince, Aryamaan, who is out to regain his lost kingdom, Thar Empire in Ariana Galaxy. But he has to confront his stepmother queen, Nasa Shukrant, Narak and others to win back the kingdom.
The special effects by Crest Communication are supposed to be of international standards. The cost of production of each episode is said to be about Rs.15 lakhs-Rs.20 lakhs.
``The astounding success of Shaktimaan has inspired us to go in for something bigger and even more appealing. Aryamaan can boast of committed performances, appealing photography, state-of-the-art special effects and slick production values,'' Mukesh Khanna told presspersons.
This is a multi-starrer with Kiran Kumar, Manjeet Kullar and Shanthi Priya in the cast. Dinker Jani directs the serial. The background score is given by Pyarelal of Lakshmikant-Pyarelal fame.
It is only time that will show whether Aryamaan will surpass the popularity that Shaktimaan boasts of. Aryamaan will go on air on Doordarshan at noon from July 14. 






























BETAAL PACHISI






"Betaal Pachisi" is an Indian TV serial (starring Shahbaz Khan, Tom Alter, Sonu Walia and directed by Sunil Agnihotri), inspired by the Phantom. It was first aired in May, 1997 on the Doordarshan TV network of India. Each episode was half an hour long and in the Hindi language. The serial has long been discontinued. The picture on the right is a still image from the serial. Notice the similarity between the hero's costume and that of the Phantom, except for the red colour and the fact that "Betaal" does not cover his face! 




he -man







n Eternia, a young prince gains the ability to become a powerful warrior to aid in the war against the forces Skeletor. He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe (2002) premiered on Doordarshan  on August 16, 2002.






Friday, July 29, 2011

Gotya






Actors: Savita Malpekar, Suhas Bhalekar, Jay Dhanekar and Suman Dharamadhikari.
Director: Rajdutt
Synopsis:
It was a marathi soap on Doordarshan way back in late 80's.Story by Vasant Sabnis and directed by Rajdutt, this beautiful serial had the child actor Joy Ghanekar playing the role of GOTYA. Its fine music was composed by the evergreen Ashok Patki.





Telematch

Telematch was the name of a German television show broadcast during the 1970s till 1979 and based on its French counterpart Intervilles. It first consisted of a match between teams from two German towns (but the last matches were between five towns). The match was composed of several games. For each game the participants would typically dress up in costume. Often the costumes were elaborate and designed to increase the challenge of the game by making movement awkward. Games were played against the clock, or as a race. Telematch was produced by Transtel Cologne. It was dubbed into English, Hindi, Arabic, French and Spanish.

It was shown in Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru, Costa Rica, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Panama, Dominican Republic, Nigeria, Middle East, India, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Uruguay as well as in various South East Asian and Caribbean nations and probably other places as well. A total of 43 episodes were made before production was halted.

In Spain between 1995 to 2007 TVE broadcast a show like Telematch called El Gran Prix del Verano with the same format.

Currently is being shown again in Paraguay. And it is still being shown in India and gets a good viewership.








Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Zameen Aasmaan






Zameen Aasmaan - T V Series


Chandra began her career in 1995 and made her directorial debut with the TV series Zameen Aasmaan, starring Tanvi Azmi. In 1996, she directed another television serial along with Shabnam Sukhdev, called Mumkin.


One of the few commercially successful female film makers of Bollywood and well-known writer as well, Tanuja forayed into Indian film industry in the year 1995 and made her directorial debut with the TV series "Zameen Aasmaan" and later directed another serial "Mumkin".

Zamana Badal Gaya





Zamana Badal Gaya
Cast: Tiku Talsania, Aruna Irani, Urvashi Dholakia, Vishal Saheta, Gurav Desai
Producer:Bharti Achrekar, Manoj Lalwani, Ravi Oza
Director:Manoj Lalwani, Ravi Oza
Print: Colour
Genre:Comedy
Language:Tamil, Hindi



ZAMANA BADAL GAYA TV SERIAL 3 DVD SET




yatra






Yatra is Deepti Bhatnagar's religious travel guide television show, which focuses on a spiritual journey around the Indian temples on STAR Plus.The series premiered on July 7, 2002, and aired every Sunday at 10pm IST. The word 'Yatra' in Hindi language means travel, usually travel to spiritual places.
[edit] Yatra (1986) TV series

Yatra (1986) was also a TV series, based on Himsagar Express, the longest running train of Indian Railways, from Jammu to Kanyakumari, directed by Shyam Benegal, starring Om Puri.


Yug






Synopsis
The drama is based on the Historical background of King Sejo (1455-68) and the six loyal subjects, known as "sayuksin." The story tells the tale of six royal officals of the court who try to help restore Danjong of Joseon to power and fight against the coup led by Sejo of Joseon. It is a story of six loyalists who were killed in an attempt to restore the dethroned King Danjong after the notoriously brutal King Sejo seized power.

Yeh Duniyan Gazab Ki







Yeh Duniyan Gazab Ki - T V Series



Rakesh Bedi aka Mohan
Rakesh Bedi is a very famous comedian; now his role as Mohan in `Yes Boss` makes him more popular.

His childhood dream is to be a comedian, which he has successfully able to fulfill. Rakesh passed out from Pune Film Institute in 1976. His all batch mates are very popular today, they are, Satish Shah, Suresh Oberoi, Om Puri, Javed Khan, besides them the directors, David Dhawan, Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Syed Mirza, Manjul Shah and Kundan Shah.

Rakesh`s other most popular serials are, `Ye Jo Hai Zindagi`, `Shriman Shrimati`, `Hum Sab Ek Hain`, `GuniRam`, `Bichara Big B`, `Jaane Bhi Do Paro`, ` Yeh Duniya Gajab Ki` and at last the `Yes Boss`, which one is the longest running serial ever in SAB channel.

Rakesh feels better in Television world because through it he was able to get more prominent roles rather than films.He has acted more than 200 films, but among his all films, `Chasme Baddoor` became very popular. Now he has opened an acting School in Mumbai called ` The Class Act`, where three months training is given. He also directed a comedy film soon.

World of Sports





Launched in April 2010, World of Sports was a weekly sports show featuring a mixture of local and international sports highlights, studio and telephone interviews with sporting personalities and a variety of sports related features. Series One was hosted by Layne Redman with Tom Urquhart, Mark Pendergast, Noel Miller and Anas Bukhash appearing as regular studio guests. Series two saw a change in host with Tom Urquhart taking the hosting duties and a change in focus from the international sports of Season One to cover more local sporting events. The show was broadcast on Dubai One in the UAE at Dubai Media Incorporated's Maktoum Studios and could be viewed all over the middle east and Africa. Each episode debuted on Thursday nights at 20:00 UAE time (19:00 KSA) and was thirty minutes in duration.

Waqt









Press meet of TV serial 'WAQT' Mumbai, May 6, 2008: Waqt Batayega Kaun Apna Kaun Paraya is a touching story of "Rudra" an adopted girl who enjoys the love and affection of her father Biswajeet, who hails from one of the biggest Zamidaar families in Kolkata. However, the other family members have always considered her 'paraya' an outsider. She yearns for mother's love but her foster mother Yashomati does not show any affection towards her. The story comes to full circle with Yashomati realizing her worth after she gets deceived by her own sons and accepting Rudra as her daughter, a daughter Yashomati has longed for. This convincing, soul stirring saga is being launched on the Indian television starting April 14th, 2008, every Monday to Thursday, 10:30 p.m. only on Sony Entertainment Television. Commenting on the new show, Sanjay Upadhyay, Creative Director & Head of Fiction, Sony Entertainment Television, said "Waqt Batayega is an effort to bring realistic stories to the viewer. The core of this story is very strong and very much relevant in today's time when people are always struggling to judge who is their own and who's not. The story is a mirror to the bitter reality which still exists in our society." "My time is yet to come "goes the saying. The show also explores the popular Indian belief that time is omnipotent. It is the wisest counselor and has the power to change life in an instant. In a house that is awaiting the arrival of a girl child, arrives Rudra but all, even the mother who longed for a daughter, treats her as "paraya". Rudra who is treated as an outsider all her life by the family who adopt her ultimately she becomes the savior of the family. "The subject of Waqt Batayega is very sensitive and we are glad that Sony Entertainment Television has liked the concept and we hope it touches the viewers' hearts too. It is a very different story, in a society where male child rules, here is a family who is longing for a girl child. The show attempts to explore & understand the importance of a girl child in a family & society at large," said Creative Eye's Dheeraj Kumar, Producer of the show. To support the strong storyline the serial has equally strong star cast backing it up. With names like Mukesh Khanna, Kishori Shahane Viz, Nishigandha Wad, Gufi Paintal, Nayan Bhatt, Eva Grover, Payal Sarkaar in stellar roles the audience will surely enjoy watching & relating to the show.


Wagle Ki Duniya







Remember Wagle Ki Duniya, Bharat Ek Khoj, Hasratein and other such fascinating television serials. All these were based on literary works and, after a long gap, Indian television is again witnessing serials based on stories by noted Hindi as well as regional writers.

Some of the shows currently being shown are screen adaptation of books or short stories. They include Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah and Lapataganj - both on SAB TV. Zee TV's Keshav Pandit is inspired by Ved Prakash Sharma's novel Vijay Aur Keshav Pandit.

"Books offer a wide variety of fresh and never seen before concepts for television," says Anooj Kapoor, executive vice president and business head, SAB TV.

"We have always believed in bringing fresh stories to the small screen - whether through original ideas or literary material. But some books have an edge which works well with the audience. We are always on the lookout for concepts that are refreshing and fit into our agenda of pure family entertainment," Kapoor told IANS.

Among all the entertainment channels, SAB TV is hosting the maximum shows based on literary works. Their upcoming comedy Papad Pol - Shahabuddin Rathod Ki Rangeen Duniya is based on stories by reputed Gujarati humorist and stand-up comedian Shahabuddin Rathod.

Taarak Mehta Ka... is based on Gujarati journalist Taarak Mehta's popular column Duniya Ne Undha Chasma and Lapataganj is a take-off on the writings of renowned Hindi satirist Sharad Joshi. The two shows have boosted SAB's TRPs like never before.

It is mostly producers or channel officials who approach writers to convert their work into a TV show. Either they buy the rights of the book or engage the author to script the work to avoid straying from the theme.

Ved Prakash Sharma is scripting Keshav Pandit himself after being approached by producer Ekta Kapoor.

"I stay in Meerut. But Ektaji called me and told me she wants to make a show on my novel Vijay Aur Keshav Pandit. She bought the rights of the book and asked me to script the show. I think it's a very healthy practice that novels are being converted into shows as writers get a wider platform and more readership," Sharma told IANS on phone from Mumbai.

Similarly, Gujarat-based Shahabuddin Rathod was approached by Vipul Shah, co-founder of production house Optimystix.

"Vipul is from my district and he is aware of my work. When he told me he wants to present my stories in Hindi, I was very happy. I knew this will help my work in reaching out to more people rather than just Gujaratis," said Rathod.

Writers maintain the channels are taking care to stick to their original stories.

"They always consult me regarding the set up and portrayal of characters. They feel since I have written the story, I will be able to add authenticity to it," added Rathod.

In the past too, many directors and producers took inspiration from books for popular TV shows.

Govind Nihalani's Tamas in 1987 was based on an eponymous book by Sahitya Akademi winner Bhishma Sahni and acclaimed filmmaker Shyam Benegal's Katha Sagar depicted short stories by renowned writers like Rabindranath Tagore, Leo Tolstoy and Anton Chekov among others.

Benegal's 53-episode series Bharat Ek Khoj was also based on Jawaharlal Nehru's book Discovery Of India.

Actress-turned-producer Manju Singh, known for playing Amol Palekar's sister in Golmaal, also brought short stories to TV with Ek Kahani.

Malgudi Days, one of the most popular shows on Doordarshan, was based on the works of R.K. Narayan. It was first made in 1986, and re-telecast on other channels subsequently. The show was revived in 2004 by a new director.

In the 1980s, literary works were dominating Indian television with shows like Sujata Mehta and Farooq Shaikh-starred Shrikant, based on Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyaya's novel Shrikanto; Satyajit Ray's detective series Feluda; Mr.Yogi based on Gujarati novel Kimball Ravenswood; and Wagle Ki Duniya" based on R.K Laxman's popular cartoon character, The Common Man.

In the 1990s and later, the trend started diminishing from small screen. A few literature-based works like Hasratein and Resham Dunk were aired. While Hasratein went on to be an extremely popular show, Resham Dunk was taken off air soon.



Wagle Ki Duniya - T V Series



Viraasat









The extremely popular show titled Viraasat used to be aired on the Star One channel. The serial Viraasat is believed to be one of the biggest television ventures of the B.R. Films and went on air from 12th June in the year 2006. The serial Viraasat in fact gave a tough competition to all the typical `saans-bahu` flicks that are currently aired on almost all the channels of the small screen.Viraasat was brought in the place of another hugely hit show `Millie` which was again a story with difference. It was in fact more popular because of the multi-starrer attraction including almost all the popular actors of the telly world Sangeeta Ghosh, Aman Verma, Jayati Bhatia, Amarr Upadhayay, Kiran Kumar, Deepak Quazir and the likes.

The storyline of Viraasat however revolves on the enmity between the two opulent and well-known families, the Lambas and the Kharbandas. However the development of the plot takes a major turn when the two children of the respective families Rahul (played by Rohit Roy) and Priyanka (played by Sangeeta Ghosh) fell head over heels in love with each other and get married on the same day on which Priyanka was supposed to get involved in a wedlock with another man that her family has selected for her. Both Rahul and Priyanka get married in a temple and vowed to end the enmity between their families. When the couple returns back home and their family is taken aback by the intensity of their decisions.

However Rahul`s family accepts the couple and blesses them for future. But Rishabh Lamba (played by Aman Verma) cannot accept the alliance from the core of his heart and tries to create problems in the marital life of his brother but fails to succeed at any cost. As the plot develops Priyanka is seen to be giving birth to twins and promises to give one to his childless sister-in-law. Gradually both the families decided to end their enmity on the occasion of Diwali.

Yatin Dang and Arvind Babbal jointly directed the family entertainer Viraasat. The screenplay of the soap is also brilliant and is set in quite flamboyant sets. The development of the Viraasat story is also quite intriguing and never ceases to make the television viewers loose their interests.

According to the Creative Director of Star India Shailija Kejriwal the title song of Viraasat is also well suited to the plot of the soap. It does not come as a surprise to the audience that the soap Viraasat is placed among the top of the ratings chart and comes within the tenth position. Over all this family entertainer is great to watch and such shows will provide some sort of relief from the monotonous saga of the family dramas. Viraasat was also publicized as a soap that would provide beckon to all other television soaps. The small screen audiences expect such great entertainers at frequent intervals and hopefully the makers will cook up something like this in the near future with a new plot full of contrasting twists and turns.

Virasat




The extremely popular show titled Viraasat used to be aired on the Star One channel. The serial Viraasat is believed to be one of the biggest television ventures of the B.R. Films and went on air from 12th June in the year 2006. The serial Viraasat in fact gave a tough competition to all the typical `saans-bahu` flicks that are currently aired on almost all the channels of the small screen.Viraasat was brought in the place of another hugely hit show `Millie` which was again a story with difference. It was in fact more popular because of the multi-starrer attraction including almost all the popular actors of the telly world Sangeeta Ghosh, Aman Verma, Jayati Bhatia, Amarr Upadhayay, Kiran Kumar, Deepak Quazir and the likes.

The storyline of Viraasat however revolves on the enmity between the two opulent and well-known families, the Lambas and the Kharbandas. However the development of the plot takes a major turn when the two children of the respective families Rahul (played by Rohit Roy) and Priyanka (played by Sangeeta Ghosh) fell head over heels in love with each other and get married on the same day on which Priyanka was supposed to get involved in a wedlock with another man that her family has selected for her. Both Rahul and Priyanka get married in a temple and vowed to end the enmity between their families. When the couple returns back home and their family is taken aback by the intensity of their decisions.

However Rahul`s family accepts the couple and blesses them for future. But Rishabh Lamba (played by Aman Verma) cannot accept the alliance from the core of his heart and tries to create problems in the marital life of his brother but fails to succeed at any cost. As the plot develops Priyanka is seen to be giving birth to twins and promises to give one to his childless sister-in-law. Gradually both the families decided to end their enmity on the occasion of Diwali.

Yatin Dang and Arvind Babbal jointly directed the family entertainer Viraasat. The screenplay of the soap is also brilliant and is set in quite flamboyant sets. The development of the Viraasat story is also quite intriguing and never ceases to make the television viewers loose their interests.

According to the Creative Director of Star India Shailija Kejriwal the title song of Viraasat is also well suited to the plot of the soap. It does not come as a surprise to the audience that the soap Viraasat is placed among the top of the ratings chart and comes within the tenth position. Over all this family entertainer is great to watch and such shows will provide some sort of relief from the monotonous saga of the family dramas. Viraasat was also publicized as a soap that would provide beckon to all other television soaps. The small screen audiences expect such great entertainers at frequent intervals and hopefully the makers will cook up something like this in the near future with a new plot full of contrasting twists and turns.