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PostSubject: Dharam veer   Sun Nov 25, 2007 1:58 pm

Dharamveer

it will be featured in the channel called NDTV imagine which would be a new wing of NDTV and that channel will only be aired in India. the launch of NDTV imagine just took place recently. the serial might start airing from jan. if you would like to have another section opened for NDTV imagine

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Rajat and Mugdha are featuring in a new serial which might be the story of two boys who were separated at birth. it might be based on the same story of the movie Dharamveer by Manmohan Desai (story - Late Smt. Jeevanprabha M. Desai)

Dharam Veer, brings Television’s most loved mythological hero, Rajat Tokas, back in action. A periodical drama, plotted in an era where brotherhood and friendship are placed way above other materialitic pleasures. A fictional tale that revolves around two Princes – Dharam and Veer who are bounded by friendship, where their values are put to test as they emerge into adult hood and face the realities of life. Sagar Arts assures a full entertainment package for people of all genres. Catch the two young men – Rajat Tokas and Vikrant Massey in action, as they battle for principles while they struggle for their friendship.

Maharani Meenakshi is a Queen who is one day rescued from a tiger by a hunter/warrior Jwala Singh (Pran) who lives alone in the jungle, accompanied only by his pet falcon, Sheroo.

She spends a one night stand with him but tells him that they can never marry because of their different social statuses. He renounces his love for her and she eventually marrys another royal. Unbeknowst to Jwala, Meenakshi is preganant by him.

King Satpal Singh, Meenakshi's brother is told in a prophecy that he will be killed by his eldest nephew. In order to prevent this, he pleads poverty and moves in with his sister.

The Queen gives birth to a healthy baby boy. Satpal takes the baby, minutes after it is born and tosses it out of a window. Instead of falling to its death though, the baby is caught by Sheroo who flys him to his master. Jwala has been injured by a tiger and is being healed by a poor blacksmith and his wife. They are childless and are pleased when the bird brings the baby, believing it to be a gift. They explain what happened to Jwala when he awakes and he assents to them keeping the child and raising it as their own.

In the meanwhile we learn than the Queen gave birth to twins and Satpal only dealt with the first born. He is satisfied that the prophecy has been averted and now plans to help himself further by swapping his sisters baby with his own. Whilst he is asleep though, his wife swaps the children back.

As the children grow up, Satpal mistreats his own child, who he believes to be the prince, and dotes on the prince whom he thinks is his own son.

The twins grow up. The elder is called Dharam (Dharmendra) and grows up to be a black smith like his father. The younger, Veer (Jitendera) is the crown prince. The boys become best friends and do not realise that this is because they are actually twin brothers.

The story follows some of their adventures and their attempts to find love. Veer wins the heart of a gypsy girl, Rupa(Neetu Singh)and Dharam falls in love with a princess (Zeenat Aman). They also meet Jwala Singh who trains them in the martial arts.

Once the truth about his son is revelaed to Satpal, he attempts to get rid of Veer. Before doing so, he realises he must first break the bond between him and his staunchest supporter, Dharam.

The Kingdom has "an eye for an eye" as the ultimate law. Dharam's father is accused of shoddily preparing a chariot wheel which caused a soldier to loose his hands. In reality Satpal and his son Ranjeet sabotaged it. The Queen is forced to chop of Dharam's father's hands in retribution. Dharam vows never to forgive Veer for this.

Satpal and his son then kill Dharam's mother and use one of the prince's royal arrows. Dharam fins this and accuses the prince of the murder. In retribution for the mother he has lost, Dharam demands the Queen become his mother. Although Veer strongly protests, the Queen submits stating that she must be seen to uphold the law or no-one will. For this act, Veer begins to bitterly hate Dharam.

Veer challenges Dharam to a duel and Dharam accepts. Whilst the boys are fighting, the poor blacksmith reveals the story of how Dharam came to him and his wife. He shows the Queen the cloth the babe was wrapped in. The queen realises that this was in fact her own child who she believed to have been carried off by a falcon. She stops the fight just in time to stop the brothers from killing each other and reveals their relationship.

Reunited, the brothers now face the challenge of disposing with the forces that Satpal Singh has gathered together.

The films special appeal is its grand and colourful sets and its sharp screenplay and storyline based in the medieval periods.
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PostSubject: Re: Dharam veer   Mon Nov 26, 2007 8:04 pm

r u sur d serial is as same as d movie?????????
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PostSubject: Re: Dharam veer   Thu Nov 29, 2007 5:33 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Dharam veer   Thu Dec 06, 2007 8:27 pm

hi shashank plz tell me whn will ndtv imagine starts
yaar how more we hv to wait for rajat
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PostSubject: Re: Dharam veer   Thu Dec 06, 2007 8:30 pm

Shashank wrote:
yaaaa
yaaaaaaaaa
thn gr8
i saw d movie today
it was reaaaaaaaaaaaaly gud
n i thnk rajat will rock in d role of dharam Very Happy
definetly
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PostSubject: Re: Dharam veer   Fri Dec 07, 2007 5:35 pm

i too saw it.... yaar
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PostSubject: Re: Dharam veer   Tue Dec 25, 2007 1:24 am

i also saw it
it is a nice movie
do u have any idea that who is dharam and who is veer
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PostSubject: Re: Dharam veer   Sun Jan 20, 2008 2:09 pm

Dharam is rajat and veer is that another boy
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PostSubject: Re: Dharam veer   Sun Feb 03, 2008 4:44 pm

Shashank wrote:
Dharamveer

it will be featured in the channel called NDTV imagine which would be a new wing of NDTV and that channel will only be aired in India. the launch of NDTV imagine just took place recently. the serial might start airing from jan. if you would like to have another section opened for NDTV imagine

Story

Rajat and Mugdha are featuring in a new serial which might be the story of two boys who were separated at birth. it might be based on the same story of the movie Dharamveer by Manmohan Desai (story - Late Smt. Jeevanprabha M. Desai)

Dharam Veer, brings Television’s most loved mythological hero, Rajat Tokas, back in action. A periodical drama, plotted in an era where brotherhood and friendship are placed way above other materialitic pleasures. A fictional tale that revolves around two Princes – Dharam and Veer who are bounded by friendship, where their values are put to test as they emerge into adult hood and face the realities of life. Sagar Arts assures a full entertainment package for people of all genres. Catch the two young men – Rajat Tokas and Vikrant Massey in action, as they battle for principles while they struggle for their friendship.

Maharani Meenakshi is a Queen who is one day rescued from a tiger by a hunter/warrior Jwala Singh (Pran) who lives alone in the jungle, accompanied only by his pet falcon, Sheroo.

She spends a one night stand with him but tells him that they can never marry because of their different social statuses. He renounces his love for her and she eventually marrys another royal. Unbeknowst to Jwala, Meenakshi is preganant by him.

King Satpal Singh, Meenakshi's brother is told in a prophecy that he will be killed by his eldest nephew. In order to prevent this, he pleads poverty and moves in with his sister.

The Queen gives birth to a healthy baby boy. Satpal takes the baby, minutes after it is born and tosses it out of a window. Instead of falling to its death though, the baby is caught by Sheroo who flys him to his master. Jwala has been injured by a tiger and is being healed by a poor blacksmith and his wife. They are childless and are pleased when the bird brings the baby, believing it to be a gift. They explain what happened to Jwala when he awakes and he assents to them keeping the child and raising it as their own.

In the meanwhile we learn than the Queen gave birth to twins and Satpal only dealt with the first born. He is satisfied that the prophecy has been averted and now plans to help himself further by swapping his sisters baby with his own. Whilst he is asleep though, his wife swaps the children back.

As the children grow up, Satpal mistreats his own child, who he believes to be the prince, and dotes on the prince whom he thinks is his own son.

The twins grow up. The elder is called Dharam (Dharmendra) and grows up to be a black smith like his father. The younger, Veer (Jitendera) is the crown prince. The boys become best friends and do not realise that this is because they are actually twin brothers.

The story follows some of their adventures and their attempts to find love. Veer wins the heart of a gypsy girl, Rupa(Neetu Singh)and Dharam falls in love with a princess (Zeenat Aman). They also meet Jwala Singh who trains them in the martial arts.

Once the truth about his son is revelaed to Satpal, he attempts to get rid of Veer. Before doing so, he realises he must first break the bond between him and his staunchest supporter, Dharam.

The Kingdom has "an eye for an eye" as the ultimate law. Dharam's father is accused of shoddily preparing a chariot wheel which caused a soldier to loose his hands. In reality Satpal and his son Ranjeet sabotaged it. The Queen is forced to chop of Dharam's father's hands in retribution. Dharam vows never to forgive Veer for this.

Satpal and his son then kill Dharam's mother and use one of the prince's royal arrows. Dharam fins this and accuses the prince of the murder. In retribution for the mother he has lost, Dharam demands the Queen become his mother. Although Veer strongly protests, the Queen submits stating that she must be seen to uphold the law or no-one will. For this act, Veer begins to bitterly hate Dharam.

Veer challenges Dharam to a duel and Dharam accepts. Whilst the boys are fighting, the poor blacksmith reveals the story of how Dharam came to him and his wife. He shows the Queen the cloth the babe was wrapped in. The queen realises that this was in fact her own child who she believed to have been carried off by a falcon. She stops the fight just in time to stop the brothers from killing each other and reveals their relationship.

Reunited, the brothers now face the challenge of disposing with the forces that Satpal Singh has gathered together.

The films special appeal is its grand and colourful sets and its sharp screenplay and storyline based in the medieval periods.


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PostSubject: Re: Dharam veer   Thu Feb 07, 2008 10:35 pm

ya..shashank sorry to not to visit here for long time
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