The film, as its name implies, centres on Gurneal "Neal" Ahluwalia and Nikkita "Nikki" Bakshi (Uday Chopra and Tanisha), two Canadians of Indian descent, born and raised in British Columbia. Before getting married Neal wants to spend one month on vacation in total freedom by meeting women, going to clubs...
Nikki White pursues her dream of being a Las Vegas showgirl, while her husband, Dwight, tries to break into professional wrestling.
Yukiteru Amano (Yuki) is a loner who never really interact with people and prefers writing a diary on his cell phone with his only companion being an imaginary friend named Deus Ex Machina, the God of Time and Space. However, Yuki soon learns that Deus is not a figment of his imagination but real when Deus makes him a participant in a battle royale with eleven others. Within this "Diary Game", the contestants are given special diaries that can predict the future with each diary having unique features that gives them both advantages and disadvantages.
Kaito Jin is a second year of high school student who moved to Aichi from Tokyo. He meets Monaka Yatogami, who has a heavy Nagoya dialect, and he learns about Nagoya through joining photography club.
Choshichiro Nagayori Matsudaira is the son of Tadanaga Tokugawa, which makes him a nephew of the Shogun. Tadanaga died as a result of an alleged plot to overthrow his elder brother, the third shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu. Because of Choshichiro’s complicated background, he lives among the commoners in the shogunal capital city of Edo, punishing the evil when he sees wrongdoings and injustice.
Yuriko Busujima (Atsuko Maeda) does not trust men due to her father's betrayal when she was a child. She has a dating rule, which she has two boyfriends at the same time. This is in case one of her boyfriends betrays her, she will still have the other boyfriend who still love her. She works as a reporter.
Princess Nikki is a reality television show that stars former Big Brother 7 UK house mate, Nikki Grahame. It ran on Wednesday nights between 10:00 - 10:30pm on the digital television channel E4 from 6 September 2006, for a total runtime of 30 minutes. The show was devised by Endemol, the company that also devised Big Brother. It was narrated by the presenter and comedian, Alex Zane. The format saw Nikki attempt several jobs on each show, which included various unpleasant tasks such as rubbish collecting, deep sea fishing, and waste management. The show's premise was to see whether or not Nikki would perform the tasks given to her and keep her job for a day, or whether she would quit or be sacked due to her infamous tantrums. The concept of the show was taken from one of the tasks Nikki undertook while in the Big Brother House. During the task, she was assigned as Big Brother's personal assistant and had to carry out various duties, which often resulted in Nikki throwing a tantrum and refusing to comply. The show was often compared to The Simple Life. The theme music for the programme has been adapted from the 1982 hit single Hey Mickey! by Toni Basil, with the lyrics "Hey Nikki!" used as a replacement.
Hijiri has always dreamed of becoming a teacher, and she has just started teaching a 9th grade class at Koboshi Junior High School. She is engaged to Shotaro, an elite trading company employee working in Osaka, who she has been dating since university. Although their relationship is long-distance, nothing could come in between them... at least that's what she thought until she met Akira. Akira is still fourteen years old, but there is something mysterious and charming about him. Hijiri knows that as a teacher, she cannot be attracted to her student, but his love for her is so pure and straight, that she finds herself slowly becoming infatuated by him.
Not Safe with Nikki Glaser blends interviews, experiments, and discussions about subjects revolving around sex, relationships, and the stuff nobody wants to talk about.
Nikki & Sara Live is an American late night talk show hosted by comedians Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer. Glaser, Schaefer and Kim Gamble serve as the show's executive producers. The series premiered on January 29, 2013, on the American cable television network MTV.
Best of Luck Nikki is a Disney Channel India sitcom, which premiered April 3, 2011. The series is an Indian adaptation of the American show Good Luck Charlie. The show's storyline, promos and even title sequence are similar to Good Luck Charlie. The pilot, however, is different from the American one for the lead character of Nikki was born in the second episode. The series was created by Phil Baker and Drew Vaupen, who wanted to create a program that would appeal to entire families, as opposed to children only. It revolves around a Sikh family, the Singhs, as they try to adjust to the birth of their fourth child, Nikki Singh. In each episode, Dolly Singh creates a video diary containing advice for Nikki about their family and life as a teenager. Dolly tries to show Nikki what she might go through in the video diary so she can always know how to figure things out when she gets older, when she wouldn't be around.
Nikki and John Pranksters in Love is a web series created by Nikki Baker, 25, and John Dahl, 27. The webisodes revolve around revenge pranks conducted by the couple on one another, there are also a number of public pranks and pranks on family and friends. The couple have appeared on a number of television shows internationally including: MTV's "Pranked", ABC's "America's Funniest Home Videos", TruTV's Top 20 "Losers in Love", VH1's "Undateable", G4's "WebSoup: The Best Of 2009", TruTv's "The Smoking gun Presents: World's Dumbest Pranksters", CBS's "The Bonnie Hunt Show", RTL's "Explosiv", RTL's "Nikki and John Interview Special", ProSieben's "Taff", "RudeTube", "The Idiot Awards", "SLQH", "FujiTV".
This survival action series revolves around the "Future Diary," a cell phone diary that contains entries about future events. Arata Hoshino is a college student who could be the poster boy for "inertia." By chance, Arata gets his hands on a brand new type of smartphone made by the Chronos Corporation. The cell phone includes a diary application (Future Diary) that details ever-changing future events. At first, he takes advantage of the power of knowing what's going to happen in advance, but one day, the Future Diary displays the message, "Arata Hoshino dies." And thus begins a game of survival between seven people who possess the Future Diary...
The star of the show is Rosinante, a lovable Labrador retriever, whose master, a commuter train conductor, dies while Rosinante is spending the night at the impromptu weekend dog hotel a veterinary professor has set up at the university to collect a little extra cash. With a touch of the loyal Hachiko in him, Rosinante greets all the passing trains his master used to ride. Such loyalty leads Domoto to adopt Rosinante even if it does mean getting thrown out of his apartment building and having to live in the girl's dorm. "Dear Diary, the dogs broke out of the veterinary clinic again today . . .", you would think was written by a person. Well, the whole story is in fact told by a dog, Rosinante, one of the inhabitants of a university veterinary clinic. Chief among his writings is happy-go-lucky yet hapless vet student Arata Mukai, who is at bliss with animals. The question is, can Arata get along with his peers and professors as well as he can with the animals he cares for?
Kyōran Kazoku Nikki is a light novel series by Akira, with illustrations by x6suke. A 26-episode anime adaptation was broadcast in 2008.
Seemingly too cute for many, this will be a comedy for all ages and types. Follow this unique family and its spherical cat, in a warm-hearted comedy for the winter!