Shinda was mistreated by his relatives therefore he finds other ways to have his love Laali. Shinda and his two other friends come up with a plan to solve all of their problems.
Love Bond is a TVB modern drama series broadcast in February 2005. It is a warm family show which follows two families, the Gei and the Lam, who are neighbors in the same building. This series also marked the fifth collaboration between Michael Tao and Kenix Kwok following the first three installments of the Detective Investigation Files Series and 2004's Shine On You.
This winter, there's no escaping the shivers as ZEE5 Original 'Parchhayee' is all set to bring to life the most bone-chilling horror tales of celebrated author Ruskin Bond. The mysteries unravel from 15th January! Here's a first look at 'Parchhayee'.
Two former high school best friends reunite in NYC years later, and with one of them moonlighting as a dominatrix, she enlists her friend to be her new assistant.
Set at the outbreak of WWII – mischievous playboy Ian Fleming is untroubled by the specter of impending war – chasing women, collecting rare books and living off his family fortune. Forever in the shadow of his brother Peter, and an eternal disappointment to his formidable mother Eve, Fleming dreams of becoming the ‘ultimate’ man – a hero, a lover, a brute and the one who always gets the girl. He is finally given some direction in his life when he’s recruited by the Director of Naval Intelligence to help in the effort against the Nazis. Suddenly, Fleming finds his chance to shine and prove his worth.
The rags-to-riches-to-rags tale of controversial business tycoon Alan Bond – a man with an insatiable appetite for the excesses of life: women, fame, money, crime and everything in between. A man who inspired a nation to believe in itself and made its people feel that anything, no matter how impossible, could be achieved. But he was a man whose dreams were built with other people’s money.
Follow the day to day life and work of lifeguards on Sydney's Bondi Beach.
Chronicles the adventures of charismatic Veterinarians Dr. Chris Brown and Dr. Lisa Chimes as they live and work at one of Australia’s most famous locations – Sydney’s Bondi Beach.
"Bondeparet" follows the life of the winning couple from the previous season of the Swedish reality dating show "Bonde söker fru". We follow the everyday life of the farmer and his/her spouse as they build a new home and a new life together.
Follows the running of a successful tattoo studio in world-famous Bondi Beach
Bonde söker fru is a Swedish reality television program broadcast by TV4 based on the Fremantle format Farmer Wants a Wife. It features a number of single farmers who get to meet a number of potential partners and host some of them on their farms and go on an extended date with one. When a marriage results, it is televised. The program premiered in 2006 with two episodes in the spring where the farmers were presented. Those interested in the farmers then write to them through the program. The main show is then shown in the autumn. It proved very successful, averaging 1.5 million viewers per episode. From the second season, the show has included female farmers. The third season, in 2008, included a gay farmer.
Bonds on Bonds is a 10-part reality TV series starring former San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds that aired on ESPN. The show revolved on the life of Bonds and his chase of Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron's home run records. It was produced by Tollin/Robbins Productions, producers of the Nickelodeon series All That and many other shows and movies.
A teen amateur detective must use his amazing powers of logical deduction to learn about the mysterious Blade Children and stop them.
In 2010, a musician, Watanabe Toshimi (played by Bessho Tetsuya) was planning to go back to his hometown in Fukushima to do farming. His son Toui (played by Mochizuki Ayumu) was going to re-take high school entrance exam which he had failed the previous year. Both looked forward to starting new chapters in their lives. In 2011, Toshimi had to cancel his plan because of the Great East Japanese Earthquake. His hometown was within 20 km of the Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant. To cheer up his father, Toui who passed a high school entrance exam promised him to go to school every day. Toshimi promised Toui to make him Bento (boxed lunch) every day. For the next three years, the father and son kept their promises. Toshimi's Bento cooking advanced a great deal. On his last day of high school, Toui took his father's 461st Bento to his school and ate it with his classmates.