The setting is the city of Lucknow in northern India, where Islamic culture flourished. Two of the three best friends who live in this city have fallen in love with the same woman named Jameela unknowingly. Aslam and Nawab are the two friends caught in this love triangle. Written by Anonymous Nawab Pyare Mian gets a close look at a stunning woman in a busy market place, and is left stunned by her beauty. Unable to get her out of his mind, he asks his friends, Shedad and Aslam, for assistance. Then to Nawab's delight he spots her at his sister's birthday celebration, and asks Nasibhan to find out who she is. After a few misunderstandings, he does find out her name, which is Jameela. But the problem is that his friend, Aslam, has also fallen for her, and the friends will have to make sacrifices for each other, then after that the decision will be Jameela's to decide who to chose for her life-partner.
Chand sitara is a popular reality television program patterned after American Idol; it airs on the Ariana TV satellite network and is dedicated to Afghan Music. "Chand Sitara" stands for "How Many Stars?" The program consists of music videos sent to the show by musicians. People then call in or email how many stars the song deserves and the winner is displayed a week later. The program is hosted by Naim Arzo and Omar Bakhtari. The show airs on Tuesday nights from 7:30 to 10:00 pm Pacific time.
Chand Ke Paar Chalo is a daily soap starring Yami Gautam that aired on NDTV Imagine every Monday to Thursday at 10.30 pm.
Chand Chupa Badal Mein is a show by Rajan Shahi's Director's Kut, which has produced hit shows such as Sapna Babul Ka...Bidaai, Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai and Bangayi Hamari Laadli Dulhan. Chaand Chupa Baadal Mein premiered on June 28, 2010. It is directed by Rajan Shahi, Romesh Kalra and Sunand Kumar. It had aired on STAR Plus every day at 8:00PM
Phir Chand Pe Dastak is a Hum TV comedy drama which was broadcast during Ramadan 1432, from August 2, 2011, to August 30, 2011. It is a sequel to the Hum TV comedy drama Chand Pe Dastak which was broadcast during Ramadan the previous year.
Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand is a Hindi TV serial that aired on STAR Plus. The show director,producer & actress Aruna Irani. The show first launched on STAR Plus but can currently be seen on STAR Utsav with repeats. It originally aired on from October 2001 to April 2005.
The series revolves around two people who hate each other but their families want them to marry. They make some plans to cancel their wedding but slowly get in love.
The story of how Indian Emperor Chandragupta Maurya and his teacher Chanakya work together to unify India and Defend from foreign invaders.
A historical drama based on the love story between King Chandragupta Maurya and his wife, Nandni. King Suryagupta Maurya and his queen, Moora, are expecting a baby and visit the kingdom of Magadh for the Vasant Utsav. Later, Suryagupta finds out a shocking truth about Queen Avantika of Magadh.
Chandler and Co was a UK television programme, aired with two seasons from 1994 to 1995, about two female private detectives. It starred Catherine Russell as Elly Chandler. Her partner was played by Barbara Flynn in the first series by Susan Fleetwood in the second. Chandler & Co was written by Paula Milne and was produced by Ann Skinner for the BBC.
Chandon Pictures was an Australian comedy television series that premiered on Movie Extra on 10 November 2007 and ended on 7 May 2009. The series featured sixteen episodes and was a spin-off from a Tropfest short film produced by Rob Carlton and Alex Weinress. It followed the misadventures of a struggling video production company called 'Chandon Pictures.' Rob Carlton, who plays the main character, is the younger cousin of Brian Carlton, The Spoonman talkback host on the Austereo Triple M network. This was revealed when The Spoonman interviewed Rob. On 10 July 2008, it was announced that the series had won a second season and it had sold format rights to its distributor Lionsgate. The first season premiered in the UK on Dave on 19 February 2009 in a 10pm slot. It was also aired in the US on the Sundance Channel.
Chandrakanta is an Indian fantasy television series partly based on Devaki Nandan Khatri's novel of the same name. It was originally telecast on Doordarshan's DD National between 1994 and 1996 and was produced by Nirja Guleri and directed by Sunil Agnihotri. The serial was controversially pulled off air by Doordarshan in 1996 and the producers had to file a suit in court for reinstatement. It later enjoyed reruns on Star Plus and Sony Entertainment Television.
Young Chandrakanta, the princess of the kingdom of Vijaygarh loses her family and kingdom in a battle waged by the evil Queen Iravati of Naugarh, hungry for ultimate power. Her mother, Queen Ratnaprabha, ensured her daughter’s safety before dying with the help of their pet magical dolphin, and the baby ends up with a childless, loving, ordinary Aiyaar couple in the kingdom of Suryagarh, growing up with faint memory of the destruction that had occurred. Unaware of the full extent of her magical powers and her destiny, Chandrakanta grows up to be an exceptionally skilled, beautiful and formidable Aiyaara warrior. The world believes the heir to the Kingdom of Vijaygarh has died and Chandrakanta herself has little knowledge of her true identity. 21 years later, destiny brings Chandrakanta face to face with Prince Veerendra of Naugarh, both unaware of two facts – that they had been betrothed to each other as kids, and that his mother was responsible for the destruction caused to Chandrakanta’s life as a child. Meanwhile, Veer not only feels competitive towards her for being a far more skiled warrior than her but also feels attracted to her beauty and spirit. What will happen when Chandrakanta finds out the truth of her disturbing past and Veer’s association with it? What will become of their love once the truth comes out? Will the desire for revenge override the heart’s connection between the two formidable forces?
Chandragupta Maurya was an Indian historical drama broadcast on Imagine TV based on the life Chandragupta Maurya, the first emperor of India. It premiered on 11 March 2011 and ran until Imagine TV's closure, on 12 April 2012.
Kahani Chandrakanta Ki was an Indian fantasy television series based on Devaki Nandan Khatri's second novel Chandrakanta Santati. The series premiered on Sahara One on June 6, 2011, and is produced by known television producer Sunil Agnihotri.
The Victor Chandler Poker Cup was a poker tournament held in 2004 and 2005 in England for broadcast on Sky Sports. The £5,000 buy-in event commenced in 2004 and is played out in a no limit Texas hold 'em format.
Yeh Chanda Kanoon Hai is an Indian comedy series that aired on SAB TV channel from 2009 to 2010, occupying the Wednesday to Thursday time slot at 10:30 pm. It was written by Sameer Iqbal Patel and Manoj Santoshi. It replaced Yes Boss.
Chandan Ka Palna Resham Ki Dori is a television serial that appeared on Zee TV channel in 2001. The series aired every Monday to Friday at 9pm IST. The show was inspired from the Hindi movie Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, and deals with the somewhat taboo subject of a childless couple and a surrogate mother.
Who Killed Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler? is an Australian documentary film about the mysterious deaths of Dr Gilbert Bogle and Mrs Margaret Chandler in Sydney, Australia in 1963. Although it was assumed the couple were murdered, police investigators could find or produce no evidence that it was actually murder. The documentary, directed and written by Australian documentary film maker Peter Butt, presents unique evidence to suggest the couple died from hydrogen sulphide poisoning emanating from a river.