Jesse Sorensen ruled Florida as a pro skateboarder for over a decade. He had it all - a lucrative skateboarding contract, girls, fame and an extravagant lifestyle. Now six years later, past his prime and his usefulness in this youth-driven culture, Jesse is dropped by his skate team. Broke, he moves in with his elderly grandmother only to discover his 17-year old niece, Samantha, crashing there as well. She is following the same slippery slope Jesse once paved, with the hottest new skater in town. Jesse must confront what he has spent his entire life avoiding - responsibility - and figure out his future once and for all.
Veer Savarkar is a Hindi language 2001 Indian film based on the life of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. This version was released on DVD format. This film was produced by Savarkar Darshan Prathisthan, under the president-ship of Sudhir Phadke. It premiered on 16 November 2001, in Mumbai, New Delhi, Nagpur and six other Indian cities. Rediff.com reports a claim that it is the first movie in the world financed by public donations. On 28 May 2012 its Gujarati language version was released by the then Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi.
The poem well integrated in the film, was interpreted by writer/actor/painter Pjeroo Roobjee. The project is melting pot of poetry, animation and music resulting in a 20 minute short film.
Dazzling animation brings to life this timeless story of India's kings. When Muhammed Ghori, ruthless leader of Ghazni, learns of the wealth of neighboring Delhi, he sets out to claim it for his own. But he doesn't count on Delhi's king, Prithviraj Chauhan, who repels 16 attacks by Ghori and his army. Furious, the deceitful Ghori schemes to bring Chauhan to his knees at any cost. Sanjeev Jaiswal, J.P. Sharma and Amar Babaria provide voices.
Squadron Leader Veer Pratap Singh, a pilot in the Indian air force, rescues the stranded Zaara, a woman from Pakistan, following a bus accident, and their lives are forever bound.
A Pindari Prince goes to England to study military tactics so that he can avenge his people, but while there, he falls in love.
An Astrologer informs Satpal Singh that his nephew will eventually kill him. When Satpal's sister, Maharani Meenakshi, gives birth to twins, he has one thrown from the castle walls, and ...
A straightforward man, who uses violence to settle disputes, decides to mend his ways for the sake of his lover, but when he learns that her family is in danger, he decides to save them at all cost.
Kalindi, Avni, Sakshi and Meera are childhood friends. Kalindi and Rishabh are getting married, and the four gal pals come together for their veere’s wedding. But of course, there can be no shaadi without showsha and a lot of drama. This wedding celebration brings out skeletons from the closet, unspoken truths and some harsh realities as well.
Durai returns to his village from Malaysia after 20 years in the pretext of getting married. However, his prime aim is to conduct jallikattu along with the panchayats of five neighbouring villages and fulfill his father's dream. Will he succeed?
After participating in a brawl that left his father dead and his rival nearly dead, a young man decides to stay away from violence and leaves his village with hopes of ending the ages-old feud.
Two friends, who aspire to take control of things in their locality, face a series of issues when they take up an assignment involving kidnapping a politician’s daughter.
What happens when the most eligible bachelor in Delhi, Veerey messes up his first meeting with the father of his beloved? The most fatal blow to the loved-up couple: NO blessing from the father-in-law! Not helping the matter further, is Veerey's elder cousin brother, Balli, who threatens the would-be in-laws with dire consequences if anyone dares to break Veerey's heart.
The story revolves around Puli , who is a local rowdy and the son of a math teacher Prakash Raj. Prakash Raj hates his son for being a rowdy and for not being proficient in Mathematics. As part of a flashback it is shown that young Puli was very good in Physics but being a math teacher his father wanted him to excel in Math which he was unable to do so. As a result of repeated physical and mental abuse the young boy takes up the wrong route to grow up. In the mean time, rival gangs and police try to kill Puli but is accidentally saved by his step sibling, a daughter from an affair that Prakash Raj had. Puli helps his step sister in return for her unexpected help and vouches for her safety. The rival gangs kill Pulis step sister and put the blame on his father. How Puli brings the truth to limelight and unites with his family completes the rest of the movie.
The hero falls in love with a girl and learns music for her. The girl's house is destroyed in a cyclone and the hero believes the girl is dead. He goes to the city and marries other woman. When his first love is alive and comes searching for him, fun ensues.
The journey of the world's most notorious sandalwood and ivory smuggler, Veerappan who was finally captured on October 18, 2004.
Chanthu, a poor orphan and Aromal are cousins and belong to the Chekavar clan, a warrior clan who hire themselves out as duellers to settle disputes among the rich and powerful. Aromal, jealous of the much more talented Chanthu, makes life miserable for him and Chanthu decides to leave and live with Aringodar, a rival chekavan, as his pupil. When the two sons of a local landlord have a property dispute and decide to hire Aromal and Aringodar to duel it out, Chanthu has to decide where his loyalty lies - with the family of the uncle who brought him up or with Aringodar who provided him with sanctuary.
Baal Veer is an Indian children's television series on SAB TV. It aired on 8 October 2012. The show is created by Vipul D. Shah and Sanjiv Sharma, written by Amit Senchoudhary and directed by Sanjay Satvase. The show completed 200 episodes on 28 June 2013.
Dharam Veer is a period drama. It is a fictional tale of two princes — Dharam and Veer — their friendship, loyalty, bravery and their adventures as they traverse the path of life. It is presented by Sagar Arts.
Veer Shivaji was an Indian historical drama series that aired on Colors TV. The show focuses on the life of Shivaji, the 17th century founder of the Maratha Kingdom. It premiered on September 2, 2011 and was produced by Contiloe Telefilms, who had earlier created the historical drama Jhansi Ki Rani on Zee TV. Due to the instant success and popularity and with TRP of more than 2.60, the show timing were extended to five days a week from 3 October 2011. After the introduction of adult Shivaji, the drama's target rating points began to dip drastically. The show was abruptly ended on May 25, 2012. They were also threatened by radical Muslims to end it.
Dharti Ka Veer Yodha Prithviraj Chauhan is an Indian historical drama broadcast on Star Plus. It portrays the life of Prithviraj Chauhan, the famous 12th-century ruler in India. The drama is based on Prithviraj Raso, the Apabhramsha poem by Chand Bardai.
Bharat Ka Veer Putra – Maharana Pratap is an Indian television series produced by Abhimanyu Singh of Contiloe Entertainment, based on the life of 16th century Rajput ruler of Mewar, Maharana Pratap Singh. The series premiered on Sony TV on May 27, 2013. The series is introduced by Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan.
Veeranwali is a Hindi TV serial that airs on 9X channel from 14 January 2008