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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.
"Shri Krishna" was an Indian television series, inspired from various Hindu scriptures, including Bhagavad Puran, Garga Samhita, Bhagavad Gita, Padma Puran, Mahabharata etc. It depicts the life story of Hindu Lord Shree Krishna.
Sarvadaman D. Banerjee,
Based on India mythological collection of 25 stories known as Baital Pachisi. It revolves around the Kind Vikram who is tasked to capture a Betaal, a celestial spirit analogus to Vampire. ... See full summary »
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 »
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,
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
When i was kid i used to watch this TV episode... and that point of time i was really crazy about this TV serial..not only me but also my others friends too .but when i turns in Hollywood movies now this ''shaktimaan'' became funny joke front of me. i have seen more than 8000+ Hollywood movies & have a great knowledge about films. when you experienced more than 1000 best movies of IMDb you will never ever gonna like this kind of stuff. their are thousand of best TV series like COSMOS, planet earth, blue planet, game of thrones, through the wormhole, to watch... in my opinion don't waste you time in this. this 'shaktimaan' has nothing expect 'maa' 'maa' 'maa' 'maa'........................................
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