An Iranian war drama about crossing the Persian Gulf.
A celebration of life in the Sahel region of Africa, this film showcases many of Niger’s venerable music styles. Tuareg Electric Guitar trance rock, Bori cult dance ceremonies, Fulani Folk, and Roadhouse Gospel Rave-ups are some of the segments included in this latest "Folk Cinema" classic from Sublime Frequencies! Filmed in December of 2004 on location in Niger, Hisham Mayet delivers a spontaneous, raw, and inspiring collection of images, music, and ceremony (again with a single camera presentation) from a nation mired in poverty and continual post-colonial disappointment. Quoting from Mayet’s liner notes: "This is not music as commodity, this is music as survival. There is a saying in Niger that goes, "when we die we know we are going to heaven because we already live in Hell" well I think its more like the purgatory that we all live in and they sure have managed to transcend with an incredible natural resource: Music. Dig it!"
Young and attractive Kunti has fallen in love with a young man by the name of Anil, and both intend to marry...
Do Saheliyaan... Kismat Ki Kathputaliyaan is an Indian television series that aired on Zee TV channel. The series premiered on March 1, 2010 and the final episode aired on July 9, 2010.
Kabhii Sautan Kabhii Sahelii is a Hindi-language television series that premiered on Metro Gold channel in India on 19 February 2001. The series was a popular Indian soap opera, produced by Ekta Kapoor. After it went off-air on Metro Gold channel, the series was re-telecast on various Indian channels including STAR Plus & DD National, due to its success & popularity among the Indian audience. Later on, the series was also shown on TV Asia channel in USA in 2006.