PRITHVI VALLABH – ITIHAAS BHI, RAHASYA BHI
Every war results in bloodbath, mostly in catastrophe. However, catastrophes may attain poetic justice. What could be a better poetic justice for war than reaching its catharsis in LOVE?” Prithvi Vallabh is one such tale of two star crossed lovers from two powerful states constantly at war. A battle brings two warring souls face to face. The animosity leads to humiliation, deception, rejection and dejection that gradually transcends into a heart rending passionate, enigmatic love story…..
A Love Story perhaps never meant to be….
Indian Freedom struggle gave rise to many revolutionaries and freedom fighters who were willing to lay their lives for the cause. Amongst all these people, one name was to reckon with for his sheer grit and strategy. He was Chandra Shekhar Azad. It‟s the story of a village boy Chandu who transformed to City boy Azad and became popular as Revolutionary Quick Silver Azad. His entire life was quite an event wherein gaining independence took precedence over personal life, not just in words but in action as well. Quick Silver Azad is an attempt to bring the facets of this legendary character hitherto unknown and unexplored.
It‟s not the saga of a hero but making of a hero
ADI GURU SHANKARACHARYA
The series Adi Guru Shankaracharya carries an unanimous idea of educating today‟s generation about the life and works of Shankaracharya who integrated the nation spiritually by simplifying the science of religion at a time when „Sanatana Dharma‟ had lost its identity.
Having realized the importance of spiritualism in religion at a very tender age he not only decoded it but also simplified it for everyone to be able to connect with it. Shankaracharya lived a prolific life travelling every nook and corner of India thus, strengthening the idea of oneness or unity in diversity.
He paved the way for integrating the nation through assimilating all sections of society and thus became “Jagatguru”
1. SALIM - ANARKALI
2. SWARGWAS on a Sunday
3. Shree Balaji - Star Maa