An Indian version of the popular quiz show, "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" Contestants start off with easy questions, but as they move forward the questions get more and more challenging.... See full summary »
Shah Rukh Khan,
Saif Ali Khan
The Lord incarnated upon the earth nine times. The seventh was known as "Ram Avatar." Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan is the story of the incarnation. It covers the entire story in detail up to Ram's coronation.
Centered around a Haryanvi female police officer named Chandramukhi Chautala and her funny subordinates. The show depicts their lives as they try to solve every case which comes to Imaan Chowki in a comical and unusual way.
The series is based on the premise of "love thy neighbour's wife". The main characters are Keshav Kulkarni and his wife Kokila, and their neighbours Prema Shalini and her husband Dilruba. ... See full summary »
When evil was ruling the world, the Suryanshis chose an ordinary man as the warrior to fight evil. When the five natural elements of life, fire, earth, water, wind and sky invigorated his body, he gained superpowers from these elements. Eventually he transformed into Shaktimaan. Shaktimaan was the rebirth of Shri Satya who had formed the Suryanshi Sect after the war of the Mahabharata 7,500 years ago. He got his powers from 7 spiritual gurus who had blessed him with mystical yogic shakti and trained him in ancient combat forms. During his training, Shaktimaan was taught the way to energize the 7 chakras of body through Kundalini Yoga that helped him get mystical and supernatural powers. He also conducted the ritual of death in order to get total control over his powers. This process, instead of killing him, made him almost immortal and stronger than any mere human being. Towards the end the Suryanshis performed a Yagya (Yajna) through which he entered holy fire and immersed his ... Written by
Due to the popularity of this series among kids and up to teenagers, the Raj comic (Indian comics company) took the right and started publishing comic book based on Shaktimaan which was illustrated by Dheeraj Verma (currently work in IDW) See more »
Back in the days, we used to watch many great TV series, especially during the DD-only era. The choices were too less, but quality was delivered in many TV serials. Quality is exactly what Shaktimaan lacked. Absolutely horrible graphics, silly dialogs along with a incompetent direction made this a perfect recipe of bad TV airing in those days. Frankly I cannot think of any other contemporary series that's as badly conceptualized as this one.
I remember watching a couple of episodes and ended laughing on the floor. If I put it this way, this is an out and out laugh riot. Perfect fit into the "So bad it's good" category.
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