A glowing space ship that arrives in the middle of the forest near a village in Pakistan and a glowing figure appears and follows a terrified girl Hina and assume the appearance of a young man he happens to view in a framed portrait.He is greeted with open arms by the villagers and especially by Hina because of his new appearance that is of Shaani,but they know nothing about reality.
Raj has the ability to see spirits and is constantly seeking the truth about life after death. The story takes a twist when the family begin to experience paranormal activities in their house and are tormented by a spirit.
A strange phenomenon takes place. A beautiful flower blooms on a selected woman's body and that flower is called the "Shanidar". When the Shanidar is in full bloom, the flower produces a substance which is then sold at a high cost to develop new drugs. Kenji Otaki (Gou Ayano) works as a researcher at the facility where the Shanidar is grown.
Up! Live in Chicago is the third live video album by Canadian singer Shania Twain. Directed and produced by Beth McCarthy-Miller, the concert was held and filmed on July 27, 2003 at Hutchinson Field in the south-side of Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois; over 50,000 people attended. The concert itself differed from that of the Up! Tour (2003–04), featuring a different stage, setlist and production. Behind-the-scenes footage of the singer visiting local landmarks and events was filmed the same week. The concert film premiered on the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) on August 19, 2003. The special was watched by over 8.87 million viewers, becoming the second-most-viewed concert film on television, behind Celine Dion's A New Day... Live in Las Vegas (2003).
Home video of a TV concert special, showing an entire concert from Shania's Come on Over Tour. The show was filmed on September 12, 1998 in Dallas, Texas and aired live on DirecTV free of charge. Songlist "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" "Honey, I'm Home" "You Win My Love" "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" "You're Still the One" "I Won't Leave You Lonely" "Come on Over" "Love Gets Me Every Time" "I'm Holdin' on to Love (to Save My Life) "When" Medley: "Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore)" "The Woman in Me (Needs the Man in You)" "You've Got a Way" "That Don't Impress Me Much" "If It Don't Take Two" "Black Eyes, Blue Tears" "God Bless the Child" "To Daddy" "What Made You Say That" "No One Needs to Know" "Any Man of Mine" "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" (International Version) "From This Moment On"(The Right Mix) "(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!" "Any Man of Mine" (Reprise) "Rock This Country!
In the spirit and set up of Elvis' 1968 concert special, Shania Twain's UP! CLOSE AND PERSONAL performance was filmed in front of an intimate audience that later aired as a NBC concert event special. This unique and magical concert experience containes over 60 minutes of footage including performances of some of Shania's biggest hits and an interpretaation of the AC/DC classic "You Shook Me All Night Long," all accompanied by friends and multi-Grammy award winning Alison Krauss and Union Station. Track listing: 1. I'm Gonna Getcha Good! / 2. Ain't No Particular Way / 3. From This Moment On / 4. Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been under? / 5. I Ain't Goin' Down / 6. Up! / 7. You're Still The One / 8. I'm Holdin' On To Love (To Save My Life) / 9. She's Not Just A Pretty Face / 10. Forever And For Always / 11. In My Car (I'll Be The Driver) / 12. You Shook Me All Night Long
The original queen of crossover country-pop and the world s best-selling female country artist of all time, Shania Twain, stars in her spectacular show Shania: Still The One . This groundbreaking residency show was filmed live at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas where it began its run on December 1st, 2012. Shania: Still The One was created by Shania Twain and directed by Raj Kapoor. It takes the audience on a powerful journey through Shania s biggest hits, country favourites and beloved crossover songs. Glamorous costumes, a 13-piece live band, backing singers and dancers are combined with stunning visuals and live horses to create the ultimate Las Vegas entertainment and to prove that Shania Twain is undoubtedly Still The One!
Bie Lei has disappeared in a mountainous region and has not been recovered. Parts of his family still live on the mountain. Some of Bie Lei's friends get up on the mountain to look for him.
Country-pop crossover sensation Shania Twain takes to the concert stage in the sunny state of Miami and wows the audience with her unique vocal magic. Includes guest appearances from Mr Elton John and the Backstreet Boys.
Subtitled, "A Life In Eight Albums", "Shania" is the story of the early years of struggle and triumph of music sensation Shania Twain.
Country goddess Shania Twain is legendary for guarding the details of her personal life, but she lets loose the best way she knows how in this live concert special culled from her 2004 Up! World Tour. Twain joins Allison Krauss and Union Station for a stunning show, which includes a gripping performance of the perennial classic "You Shook Me All Night Long."
For four years (1977-1981) Esaias Baitel documented a violent Parisian neo-Nazi gang. Having gained their trust, he was able to get close to them. Living among the gang members, he witnessed horrific events, and while hiding his real identity, he photographed a one-of-a-kind collection of gripping stills. Over thirty years have passed. Esaias Baitel has laid his camera down. He returns to the dark nights he spent in the City of Lights, the city where he lived a double life, going back and forth from the gang to the young family he had just started.
When Nikhilkumar Timbadiya's wife, Sheela, discovers that her husband has been spending his weekends not balancing spreadsheets at the office but womanizing in Pune and Mumbai, the picturesque life of the nebbish accountant is turned upside down. Arvind Rathod, Sheetal Rajda, Vaishali Parmar, Bijal Mehta, Mahesh Udeshi, Hemant Bhatt and Dharmesh Vyas star in this hilarious comedy from director Suresh Rajda.
Nothing encourages one to ignore those silly contradictions in Shania Twain's music (is she country? is she pop?) like a collection of her highly playful videos. The Platinum Collection rolls right over boundaries of tradition and genre with its concentration of imaginative, often surprising visuals. "The Woman in Me," for instance, is set among Egypt's pyramids, while "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" finds a stunning Twain fronting a band of mindless hunks in a funny reversal of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" video. "You're Still the One," easily one of Twain's most affecting songs, still holds up as a softly erotic short film. Even Twain's more prosaic videos (the go-kart mania of "You Win My Love") bear repeat viewing, but it's her heck-with-it aesthetic that leads to such unexpected sights as Irish step dancing in "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)." Then, of course, there are those hot pants in "Rock This Country!" Long may Shania wave.
Miami "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" "Honey, I'm Home" "All I Have To Give" with Backstreet Boys "You're Still the One"/"Something About the Way You Look Tonight" with Elton John "Amneris' Letter" with Elton John "That Don't Impress Me Much" "From This Moment On" with Backstreet Boys "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" with Leahy "(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!" Dallas "Honey, I'm Home" "Rock This Country!" "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You) "Come on Over" "You're Still the One" "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" "Any Man of Mine" "That Don't Impress Me Much" "(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!"
Amongst the millions of deities worshiped in India, there is one who is most feared. One who strikes a merciless balance between good and evil and makes us realise the cycle of Karma. This is the story of the most revered planet of the zodiac and the Lord of Justice, Shani. What gives Shani his powers and makes his vengeance so potent?
Karmaphal Daata Shani is a fantasy series
Most people know 90s pop sensation Shanice for her Grammy-nominated hit song, "I Love Your Smile" and actor Flex Alexander from his hit TV show, "One on One," but few people know this fairytale couple both faced career stumbling blocks and quickly hit financial rock bottom. Flex and Shanice realized that they needed to take their wedding vow "for richer or poorer" to heart, so with their two adorable kids, 12-year-old Imani and 10-year-old Elijah, in tow, they moved into a rental home and brought their hilarious extended family into the mix to help cover the cost. A total of nine people, including Shanice's "momager" Crystal, make this truly a full house where anyone's business becomes everyone's business. Financially things are starting to look up for Flex and Shanice. Flex has booked some gigs and confides with fellow comedian and OWN star Kym Whitley on career next steps. Shanice is getting back in the recording studio, but when new gossip surfaces that her mom might have been the reason for her career troubles, Shanice turns to her former producer Babyface for advice and is forced to take a hard look at their relationship. Meanwhile Flex is faced with a major parental crisis as his daughter transitions to womanhood.