The journey of a struggling singer 'Fanney Khan' who aspires to make his daughter a big name in the music world.
Rizwan Khan, a Muslim from the Borivali section of Mumbai, has Asperger's syndrome. He marries a Hindu single mother, Mandira, in San Francisco. After 9/11, Rizwan is detained by authorities at LAX who treat him as a terrorist because of his condition and his race.
Admiral James T. Kirk is feeling old; the prospect of accompanying his old ship the Enterprise on a two week cadet cruise is not making him feel any younger. But the training cruise becomes a life or death struggle when Khan escapes from years of exile and captures the power of creation itself.
This is the story of the shy Mongol boy Temujin who,during the 13th century, becomes the fearless Mongol leader Genghis Khan that unites all Mongol tribes and conquers India,China,Persia,Korea and parts of Rusia,Europe and Middle-East.
A con artist poses as a film director in a village with the intention of executing a caper with the unwitting help of the villagers.
The film depicts a daily life of contemporary Mongolia in the period of social and political changes. Through the observation of several characters and circumstances of their lives, the film is trying to reveal the moment, where the old and the new world meet each other. The moment in which the centuries-old tradition of great Mongolia is shifted by the shaky culture of today, with its dreams, fears and desires, alien to the nomadic civilization.
Temujin, who later became Genghis Khan is wise, or sometimes cunning. He goes through several heroic episodes; competing at the Man of Men contest, falling in love with the enemy commander's daughter, and struggling to restore his demolished hometown. Meanwhile his steps guide him to be a great conqueror. Khan's witty, humorous side in his adolescent years before he takes the throne.
The programme is based on 'The Secret History of the Mongols', a manuscript written in the 13th century, some believe by the adopted son of the great Khan.
The story recounts the early life of Genghis Khan, a slave who went on to conquer half the world in the 11th century.
The British government have taken over there rule in a deserted region in India. But some of the people there strive for freedom; one of those brave freedom fighter is Palay Khan, who owes his intelligence to the entire region.
During the 12th Century a boy is born to a tribal chief. He is named Temujin, which means "blacksmith." Nine years later, his father is murdered by the Tartars After a long struggle, just when Temujin reclaims tribal chief status, the Merkit tribe kidnaps his wife. In order to fight against the Merkits, Temujin has to use his mother as a pawn in exchange for troops from ally tribes. Temujin manages to rescue his wife only to realise that she is pregnant with the enemy's child. Enduring tremendous anguish, Temujin throws himself into battle against the Tartars and slaughters the leader of the intruders. He eventually takes his wife back and accepts her child. Later on, he begins a campaign to unify all Mongolian tribes. By the age of 40, he is bestowed the title "Genghis Khan", which means "oceanic ruler".
Based on the true story of the Azari war hero, Satar Khan, during the time of the Constitutional Revolution. The story follows Satar and Heidar as they join another hero Bagher Khan.
Compilation of several clips and TV appearences.
Fly-on-the-wall documentary about professional boxer Amir Khan. Filmed over two years, it follows Amir and his team in their quest to fight the best boxer on the planet, the unbeaten Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Rather than writing a simple letter to explain his absence from the press conference for his latest Cannes entry, "Goodbye to Language," at the Cannes Film Festival, instead, legendary filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard created a video "Letter in motion to (Cannes president) Gilles Jacob and (artistic director) Thierry Fremaux." The video intercuts from Godard speaking cryptically about his "path" to key scenes from Godard classics such as "Alphaville" and "King Lear" with Burgess Meredith and Molly Ringwald, and quotes poet Jacques Prevert and philosopher Hannah Arendt.
In 1960, Robert Drew founded his production company Drew Associates; joining him were a number of well-known or soon-to-be well-known documentary filmmakers including Richard Leacock, Albert Maysles and D.A. Pennebaker. Between 1960-63, Drew Associates produced 17 documentary films for television. Aga Khan was part of a 12-film subset of these known as The Living Camera, which were funded by Time and broadcast in syndication around the country. It shows the young Prince Karim at a time when he recently took over as spiritual leader of his Ismaili Muslim community. The film follows him to Switzerland, France and Africa as he steps out of the shadows to lead as the hereditary Imam.
Both Dhanraj Singh and Randhir Singh are two bitter and old time enemies. They faced a disastrous situation when there children, Raj and Rashmi falls deeply in love. They openly declares there hatred for one another and will do anything in there power even kill but they will not accept there children's choice. But Raj and Rashmi is dedicated to there love and is not willing to accept the fact that there dads are enemies.
Three childhood friends. Three sworn brothers. One was initiated into the sacrament and grew up to be a great shaman. The other two followed the path of war and the nation recognised them as leaders. But only one of them was to become the ruler of the entire steppe. He was chosen by the Eternal Blue Sky and the Sky itself put him on a trial. Love for a woman will make him a warrior. Allegiance to the law will lead him to fratricide. Striving for peace will force him to start war. The council of nine tribes, speaking nine tongues, proclaimed him the sovereign and gave him the name of an ancient deity - Genghis Kahn.
Jafar Khan, son of a rich traditional family in Tehran, comes back to Iran after spending 8 years for studying in Europe, but he has changed completely to the extent that he cannot even speaks Farsi properly.
Family-based sitcom set in the capital of British Pakistan - Sparkhill, Birmingham. Citizen Khan follows the trials and tribulations of loud-mouthed, tight-fisted, self-appointed community leader Mr Khan and his long suffering family, wife Mrs Khan and daughters Shazia and Alia.
Khan! is an American television detective series. Set in San Francisco, it is named after the central character, a Chinese-American detective, played by Khigh Dheigh. Evan C. Kim and Irene Yah-Ling Sun are featured as his relatives. Four episodes were aired in February 1975 on CBS. Dheigh is better known for his portrayal of the Chinese spy Wo Fat on Hawaii Five-O from 1968 to 1980.
Inspector Khan is a witty, smart, and well-experienced crime hunter, who specializes in solving scams involving people who have chosen the criminal life as a solution to their problems.
Genghis Khan is a Chinese-Mongolian co-produced television series based on the life story of Genghis Khan, the founder of the Mongol Empire in the 13th century. Ba Sen, who starred as Genghis Khan in the series, is actually a descendant of Chagatai, the second son of Genghis Khan. The series was first broadcast on CCTV in China in 2004 and was also aired on KBS in South Korea between September and December 2005.
Genghis Khan is a 1987 Hong Kong television series based on the life story of Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongol Empire in the 13th century. The series was produced by ATV and released three months later than a similarly titled television series produced by ATV's rival TVB.
Khan is the story of a homicidal kingmaker, who has strong influences in making and demolishing government. He lives with his family members in a gigantic villa apparently as a social worker, loving father and a noble person of society. Khan is out and out a family man, who cares about every relation in his surroundings. He pampers his wife, gives unconditional love to his daughter, and being the caretaker of his sister speaks volume about his gentleman hood. Not only this, he always remember his ex-lover in a sincere manner but very few of people know the other side of khan’s dark personality.
Genghis Khan is BBC documentary detailing the life of the 13th-century Mongol.
Genghis Khan is a Hong Kong television series based on the life story of Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongol Empire in the 13th century. The series was first broadcast on TVB Jade in Hong Kong in 1987. An alternative Chinese title for the series is 大漠英雄傳.
Nachle Ve with Saroj Khan is Dance class show hosted by Saroj Khan. Nachle Ve with Saroj Khan Premiered from 21 January 2008.
For young Australian adventurer Tim Cope, this was the journey of a lifetime – travelling 10,000kms alone on horseback across the Eurasian steppe through Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine and Hungary. From the former Mongol capital Karakorum to the Danube, Tim retraced the path of the first nomads and followed the route taken by legendary Genghis Khan as he forged his great empire. Over three and a half gruelling years, and guided by an old Kazakh wisdom – “to understand the wolf, you must put on the skin of a wolf and look through its eyes” – Tim lived just as the ancient nomads did.
The Duke of Mount Deer 2000 is a television series adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Deer and the Cauldron. It was first broadcast in 2000 in Hong Kong and followed by subsequent broadcasts in other Asian countries.
Khana Khazana is a cookery show hosted by Indian celebrity chef, Sanjeev Kapoor. The show is primarily based upon Indian cuisine and has gained substantial popularity with the South Asian population since 1993. As a result, Chef Kapoor's career and reputation has skyrocketed. The show has completed more than 2000 episodes being telecast non stop for 20 years every week - the longest running TV show in any category on any channel. Occasionally, Chef Kapoor brings in various celebrity guests and viewer recipes are also displayed. Over the years, Chef Kapoor has been more conscious and concerned about food-related diseases and has been cooking low-fat and healthy meals. "Khana Khazana" is also a popular web site focused on Indian cuisine and fusion cuisine in Indian kitchen powered mostly by its community of readers and cooks. The website also incorporates question and answers on cooking related topics, articles published by its readers and general information on ingredients, and nutrition.
"Keeping Up with the Khans" explores the lives and aspirations of new migrants to Britain, and the impact that immigration has on one community: Page Hall in Sheffield
Baipai is an engineer girl but she likes to dress as a guy so many people often misunderstand that she is a guy. She's good at martial art because she has been trained by her uncle, the former Muay Thai champion. However, she's also good at cooking food and making desserts because she has been trained to do it since she was a kid by her grandmother and aunt. She quits her engineering job because she has problems with her boss. So, she gets the idea to open her own Thai dessert shop. One day, destiny makes Baipai accidentally meet Wacharawat, a handsome mafia boss and the owner of an entertainment complex business. However, it's not a good first impression for Baipai because he steals her first kiss and it makes her angry and hate him. Anyway, she also makes Wacharawat pissed off because she punched him in front of his followers, so he wants to get back at her so keeps teasing her. However, Wacharawat is enchanted by Baipai's cooking skills and it makes him want to stay closer to her, so he tries to win her heart. Baipai gets mad at him for making her life troublesome, so she tries to get revenge on him by dressing up like a guy and stealing his fiancee.
A series of belly-laugh-funny short segments each starring different characters including the Roman centurion Pompeii Pete, an inept conqueror and the little princess he cannot conquer, the lamest super hero on 4 legs, the world's first inventor, the ultra pesky Freddie the Fly and the wackiest hero in the old West, Tex Avery himself.