Jagmohan Jugral (Anupam Kher) kills his twin brother, Manmohan, in order to escape from Customs Officer Verma (Dalip Tahil). In the chase that follows, Jagmohan also kills Verma, and a doctor, Ashok Soni. With their deaths their children, Ramesh and Seema, are orphaned and end up at an orphanage. Both get separated when Seema is adopted by a respected couple. Ramesh runs away from the orphange and is adopted by Girdharilal (Paresh Rawal), a career thief. Ramesh learns all the skills of thievery from Girdharilal. Ramesh (Anil Kapoor) is now grown up a better career thief than Gidharilal, and Seema (Sridevi) too has grown up. Both are on the look-out for Jugral, who is now known as a very respectable citizen. The onus is now on Ramesh and Seema is convince a seemingly ignorant community about the wrong-doing of it's very own respectable citizen.
Vani and Rani are identical twins who have not spoken to each other in years. They love each other, however, their opposing personalities and stubbornness keep them apart.
Ek Veer Stree Ki Kahaani... Jhansi Ki Rani is an Indian historical drama based on the life of Lakshmi Bai, the Rani of Jhansi, one of the leading figures of the Indian Rebellion of 1857. The series was directed by Jitendra Srivastava and written by Rajesh Saksham, Ila Dutta Bedi, Malavika Asthana and Mairaj Zaidi. It premiered on 18 August 2009 on Zee TV with Ulka Gupta playing Queen Lakshmi Bai. On 8 June 2010 the story moved on several years and Kratika Sengar portrayed the Queen from there on. The show's last episode went to air on 19 June 2011.
Noor Pur Ki Rani is a Pakistani drama serial that was aired on Hum TV. It is written by popular script writer Samira Fazal, and directed by Haissam Hussain. The drama was based on the English novel Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier.
Ek Raja Ek Rani is an Indian television series that aired in 1996 on DD Metro and later on Zee TV. The series is directed by Kushan Nandy, and stars Shekhar Suman and Bhairavi Raichura in the main lead.
Set in Jhansi, a land where Rani Laxmi Bai fought for her kingdom, comes this emotional story of two sisters. When it about to protecting their pride, an otherwise docile Rani rises up against Rivaaj, the modern day Raavan.
Chittod Ki Rani Padmini Ka Johur was an Indian historical television drama on Sony Entertainment Television, based on the life of Rani Padmini, the famous 14th-century queen of Chittod, Mewar, Rajasthan. The drama premiered on May 25, 2009 with Sony TV's "new look" along with many other shows. The series is produced by National Award winning director, Nitin Chandrakant Desai, who spent millions of rupees to create the "right look" for the drama. The drama was meant to run for 6 months, but ended after 48 episodes due to its exceeding expenses and low TRPs.
The story is about Hiba a girl with a silent temperament and Sarah who on the other hand is jolly, careless and non-serious. Hibaâ€™s parents pass away after which she stays with her Uncle Qasim, his wife Nasira and their daughter Sarah. Rashida who lives in the same vicinity sends a proposal of a very good family for Hiba, after which Nasira wishes that the proposal should be for Sarah. Getting inspired by the familyâ€™s way of living, Saeeda, who is Rashidaâ€™s sister, proposes to Nasira that she wants to get both her sons Sharim and Saad married to Hiba and Sarah to which they have a mutual consent. The wedding takes place with simplicity as Sharim and Saadâ€™s grandmother is not well, and 2 days after the wedding she passes away. The story proceeds with Hiba trying to win her mother-in-lawâ€™s heart and being very careful with her behavior whereas Sarah continues being irresponsible and carefree. Saeedaâ€™s other 2 children, Fardeen and Nidaâ€™s characters also reveal as the story proceedsâ€¦