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Just for fun Sequel: Bhool Bhulaiya

My most ambitious attempt in this series. Hope you guys enjoy it-

Radha (Amisha Patel) gives her consent and she and Dr. Aditya (Akshay Kumar) get married in an elaborate ceremony in Varanasi, after which Aditya returns to the US, taking Radha along. They start living a charmed life together, until their marital bliss gets interrupted by an assignment that comes in Aditya’s hands.

Strange happenings are reported from the ancient town of Angkor (Cambodia) where a team of five US archaeologists had gone to study the ancient scriptures and learn more about the Khmer dynasty. At the outskirts of the town, they had made an extraordinary discovery. They had found a hidden passage to one of the outer chambers of the great temple Angkor Wat. The chamber consisted of a huge replica of the painting of Suryavarman II, the king who commissioned the construction of the temple, the original for which was a popular tourist attraction in the south gallery of the temple. The painting showed the king seated on an elaborate wooden dais whose legs and railings were carved to resemble naga snakes, and with him holding a small dead snake in his right hand. Beneath the painting were written a few words in Sanskrit that meant “The secret to success lies in the weakness of the enemy”.

The archeologists had decided to remove the painting from the chamber, believing it to be the key to many hidden facts about the ancient kingdom. They had taken the painting to their base camp on the outskirts of the city. The very night, there was a huge storm and a heavy downpour. It had seemed that the skies were angry, and were expressing their displeasure by thunder and lightning. Their base camp too had got struck by a bout of lightening that resulted in the death of one of their team members. Not only this, the next five days resulted in the death of two others in freak accidents. The remaining two Jim and Sunil had got a feeling that their removal of the painting had somehow triggered this mishap on them. Fearing for their lives, they had decided to restore the painting. The very next day, they took the painting to the chamber that they had discovered and restored the painting. But while getting out, Sunil had got struck on the head by something and had fallen unconscious. When Sunil regained consciousness, he discovered that Jim had gone, and so had the painting. Mightily shaken by the whole proceedings, he had wasted no time in reaching the city and taking a flight back to US.

After reaching US, Sunil gets a bit disillusioned and starts getting really bad dreams. He contacts Sidhharth (Shiney Ahuja), a good friend of his, who refers him to Aditya. Aditya hears him out but refuses to go forward with the case- sighting the fact of him being a psychiatrist and not a mystery solver. But on Sidhharth’s insistence, and Radha’s encouragement, Aditya decides to visit the Archaeological Institute of USA- Sunil’s employers. There he finds out the nitty-gritties of the mission gone wrong in Cambodia. But Sunil hides everything about them finding the painting and just tells him about the deaths of his colleagues in mysterious circumstances. Aditya decides to do some background research and spends a few days in library reading up the history of Cambodia and Angkor Wat in particular.

Soon Aditya and Radha travel to Cambodia, where they are accompanied by Sunil and two others from Archaeological Institute. Also, in Angkor, they are joined by a sexy female Historian Lisa, a localite, who is too hot and too smart for Radha to like. She gives a tour of Angkor Wat to Aditya, telling him about some really cool historical facts and myths, and also tells him a fable that is well known in the land of Cambodia, but which a few believe- or decide to believe…

Suryavarman II was a young and rebellious prince who was the great nephew of the then king Dharanindravarman. This was around 1110 AD. Suryavarman II wanted to be the king to the throne at which he had not legal king. But his great uncle was a really ineffectual leader, and quite aged too. Planning a usurping of the throne, Suryavarman got distracted when he fell in love with a traveler from the Chola Dynasty (Southern India) – Priyamani. Priyamani was the daughter of a learned noble in Kulothunga Chola’s court (the then Chola king). She had come to Cambodia on a state visit along with her brother Ajayratra, and with the intention of learning about the Khmer culture, and visiting the sacred Shiva temples in and around Angkor Wat. Dharanindravarman was a huge devotee of Shiva, and built royal temples for his beloved God. Suryavarman met Priyamani at one of these temples and they soon were involved in a passionate love affair, hidden from Ajayratra and Dharanindravarman. Priyamani got pregnant and Suryavarman decided to marry her. But when Ajayratra got to know of this, fuming in anger over the loss of face, he decided to kill his sister and the child in her womb. Before Ajayratra could execute his plans, Suryavarman escaped with his love and their unborn child for two years in the jungles. When he returned after two years, he told his uncle that he had been a fool and asked for his forgiveness. He also told him that both Priyamani and his son were dead. In reality Suryavarman had got in a treaty with an enemy of the state and to seal the pact had married his daughter- leaving Priyamani and their son- on their own in the forests. With the help of the enemy he battled his uncle after weakening his armies from inside like a termite, and killed him- taking over the Khmer throne.

Suryavarman then decided to build Angkor Wat, and in a departure from the norm, decided to make it Vishnu rather than Shiva the focus of the religious life. For this reason Angkow Wat faces the west- the cardinal direction in which Vishnu was associated. In fact, he hated Shiva, and anything to do with the God- perhaps in the memory of Priyamani and her devotion for the Snake God.

Now Priyamani and her Son vowed revenge, and entered the temple of Angkor Wat as Brahmins. The son Veeravardhan became well versed with the treasures of the temple complex and started small pilferages after gaining the trust of the most senior Brahmins of the temple complex. Legend has it that he accumulated a huge treasure and hid it in a secret chamber. The legend also has it that the chamber is guarded by a painting of Suryavarman- the replica of a famous representation of his in the temple complex. Soon after however Suryavarman got to know of Priyamani and his son being in the temple- and got them executed publicly. While Veeravardhan died like a warrior- Priyamani died with a secret desire in her heart- and hence her ghost returned to haunt the temple. Over the years she led to the destruction of the Khmer empire which went on a downward spiral- and finished completely hundred years later. What the legend also talks about is that Veeravardhan had left his son in the womb of the daughter of a temple priest- And that son and his subsequent generations guarded the treasure accumulated by Veeravardhan zealously- aided by the ghost of Priyamani- the guardian of her posterity. The legend says that even today, the treasure is being guarded by these people who owed their existence to a passionate love affair between Veeravardhan and a young lady.

Aditya hears this story and so does Sunil. He tells Aditya about their discovery- and that they had actually found the treasure chamber. Aditya wastes no time and enters the chamber along with a few armed personnel and Lisa- who refuses to be left behind. They reach the painting of Suryavarman and Aditya asks everyone not to touch it. He decides to explore the whole chamber before making a move.
Thus Aditya and Lisa start visiting the chamber every day, working painstakingly to find clues that could help them uncover the mystery. Every day they reach the painting, but don’t even touch it. And nothing really happens to them in the next two days. But on the third day, Aditya finds a few clues, a few footprints that he could not explain. The very next moment a few people come out of black shadows and attack them. Aditya manages to escape and keep them away. But Lisa gets lost in the dark of the temple…

Aditya, Radha, and Sunil visit the police station but the local police refuses to help them, and advices them to leave the country. They talk about Priyamani’s ghost and refuse to go inside the temple, fearing the Veeravardhan clan. Aditya understands that some murky plan is going on in the temple city, and the Police are involved in the same. He decides to take the things in his hands and makes some investigations in the nearby city. Hidden in the dark of the night, he spies on the areas around the entrance to the chamber. Using a magnetic compass and his significantly more effective sense of direction he makes a map of the entire region in his head. After three days of intensive mapping and spying, he finds another entrance- a secret tunnel- that by his calculations would lead to the same temple chamber.

He spies on that entrance- and soon enough he spots people emerging from the tunnel, with heavy boxes on their heads. He follows the trail, and finds them loading the boxes in trucks- that move towards the sea cliff- where the boxes are sent down to a waiting ship- that take them away God knows where-

Aditya fathoms that it is a smuggling ring that is been operated from within the temple premises- and the whole thing is being hidden around the temple fable of Veeravardhan- to keep the general public and the Police away. Aditya decides to go to Phnom Penh and take the help of the main city police force. They reach Angkor the very next day early in the morning and raid the chambers and catch the smugglers. They also find Jim who had been kept captive by the smugglers. But they find no trace of Lisa…

Aditya refuses to leave the city before finding Lisa. He explores the temple, and ultimately ends up again in front of the painting of Suryavarman. He reads the saying beneath the painting
“The secret to success lies in the weakness of the enemy”.
He looks at the dead snake in the hands of Suryavarman. The sign that he did not believe in the power of Shiva- the power which was everything for Priyamani. He decides to remove the painting and enters the den the smugglers were using. In a corner he spots a small Shiva temple. He goes over to it. The only Shiva temple in Angkor Wat. This was it- this was the weakness of the enemy- The weakness of Suryavarman to recognize the might of Shiva…

He explores the temple- and spots an inscription. It is a puzzle- one which if solved could lead to the greatest treasure of the world. Suddenly he hears the voice of Lisa…

“Come on Aditya, if someone deserves to know this secret- it is you- you got rid of the people who were defiling the sacred chambers of our forefathers- those wretched people who ended my clan- those who killed the last descendents of my son Veeravardhan…”
“Priyamani”
A secret entrance opens automatically as soon as the name is said by Aditya….
“Go inside Aditya, the greatest treasure of the world is yours”
“No. It belongs to this great land. It belongs to you. Your dynasty. I will let it remain here. Surely this will help your people when they are really in the need for it”
“You are a good man Aditya.”
“What I would like to do is to help you. Help you escape this mortal world. Help you escape its trappings. Help you move on…”
“Alas, that’s not possible Aditya. I brought terrible shame to my family back in India. I defiled the pride of my clan. Until and unless they don’t forgive me, I cannot be free”
“But they all are dead. Can’t anything be done?”

Aditya and Radha travel to a quaint little city in South India- Thanjavur- the city that was the capital of the Chola Dynasty at the time when Priyamani lived. They visit the ruins of a small Shiva temple and meet the priest there- an old man- whose ancestors went on till the times of the Chola dynasty. He asks him if he knew about Priyamani- who travelled far and wide to Khmer- some 900 years ago.
The priest is shocked to hear these words from Aditya. He tells him that he and his family were descendents of Ajayratra (Priyamani’s brother) – their secret had been passed on from generations to generations. Aditya tells him about the spirit of Priyamani been stuck in this mortal world- and seeking forgiveness from their family. He asks him to travel to Angkor- and makes all the arrangements for him-


As for him and Radha they return to USA- not before going to Varanasi and meeting Radha’s family and Siddharth- Every moment Aditya reflects on the vast maze (Bhool Bhulaiya) of Ancient tales and fables our ancient heritage is…

Piyush Dewan

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57 COMMENTS
  1. dwnpiyush

    This is a long post… I apologize for making you read so much. I hope you find it worth the effort.

    I decided to do a complete story this time- for my last two attempts had been incomplete-

    And I apologize for the typos/ grammatical errors etc.- I wrote it in rather a hurry- kindly pardon

  2. Rosh

    @dwnpiyush, sorry I didnt read the whole thing, but I’d say if bollywood scriptwriters put half that amount of effort you did on scripts, we wouldnt have the crap movies we do.

  3. Manish

    @piyush i loved this script as well and i agree with @rosh , great work dude , i dont read long posts generally but this one and dostana sequel that u wrote were really engaging and i ended up reading the whole post :) keep them coming

  4. Ihab

    Piyush, thanks for this extremely well written and fun script. I really enjoyed Bhool Bhulaiyya and it remains my favorite Akki movie in recent times. Enjoyed this post. Though I would prefer more psychological rather than supernatural.

    Keep up the good work.

  5. smilesandlaffs

    piyush, I will first read and comment.

  6. dwnpiyush

    @Rosh
    Thanks bro- but not much effort really- three hours- it took a bit longer than usual because had to read up a bit on Angkor Wat and Khmer empire- Angkor Wat has always fascinated me-

    @Manish
    Thanks bro, Thanks for reading and glad that you liked it-

    @Ihab
    Thanks for reading :) and glad you liked it- Bhool Bhulaiya, for me too, is the best Akki movie in recent times- I would prefer psychological too- I saw Gulzar’s Lekin recently- it was kind of supernatural- and it was beautiful- so was in that kind of mood :) So here is an example of ‘inspiration’

    @smilesandlaffs
    sure, I would love your feedback. Thanks

  7. dwnpiyush

    @Milind,
    How to check who gave what rating to posts/comments? The other day you were mentioning something about this- So I guess there is some mechanism-

  8. smilesandlaffs

    This is not a fun post but serious writing. Exotic and interesting. Southeast Asia location sounds good. A good story. I will write a synopsis later.

  9. milind

    Read the script in three parts.Loved it especially the usage of an ancient temple to build the story around. Will elucidate on it more in due course of time.

    :-)

    You can go to:

    1. Click on dashboard just next to write a post.

    2.Click on GD ratings or if you can see a tab called “My Ratings ” on the dashboard in the right hand side–click it.

    3.You can see who rated what!!
    :D

  10. smilesandlaffs

    It is easy Piyush. Go to all posts. Then click my ratings. You will get it.

  11. smilesandlaffs

    And many Visitors will also rate you. Most Visitors are NGites who logoff and rate .

  12. dwnpiyush

    @Milind

    Thanks bro, glad. Looking forward to your elucidation :) As I said above- I was always fascinated by Angkor Wat and its history- so decided to use it as a focal point- The story of Khmer empire is part fictional part factual- The Shiva/ Vishnu thing is for real

    Source: Wikipedia of course

    And thanks for the help on the ratings thing- got it

    @smilesandlaffs

    Thanks, and glad you found it interesting and exotic- that’s what I wanted it to be :) And looking forward to your synopsis, thanks…

    And thanks for the help too- as you rightly pointed out- visitors vote more than members- I guess as it is not anonymous! But you have been too kind to me :)

  13. Bounty Hunter

    @ Piyush
    Great write up, good research n nice implementation…
    Kinda agree with Ihab here..
    Need more of psychological..
    and this is not Just for fun now..
    :-) keep it up..

  14. smilesandlaffs

    It is difficult to summarise without losing valid subplots. But I will try.

    Aditya is our desi James Bond, called on to help when things cant be solved easily.Angkarvat has secret temples, treasures and a ghost guarding the treasure. Touching and moving a particular painting spell mysterious deaths.
    Aditya with his wife lands in Cambodia and befriends a mysterious guide Lisa who explains many things about the exotic temples and their secrets.

    The story of Suryavarman2. He was the nephew of a weak king of Cambodia.. He was ambitious and ruthless. He had an affair with Priyamani, who belongs to a noble family clan of Chola dynasty from India. Priyamani’s brother ajatratru was outraged at the shameless affair and consequently Priyamani escapes to the forests and gives birth to Veervardhan. Meanwhile Suryavarman marries the daughter of an enemy King with whose helps he usurps the throne of Cambodia. Priyamani and her son vow revenge and enter the Kingdom. The son stores large quantities of treasure in the temple chambers. But the wicked King discovers them and kills them. The son already had a torrid affair with the priest’s daughter and the family line is carried on. Priyamani becomes a ghost, guards the treasure for generations.

    Aditya storms the temple and in the confusion loses Lisa. And then the story becomes murky with smuggling, conspiracy by the local police etc. Aditya takes the help of higher police and busts the whole thing. And in the melee, he meets the ghost who thanks him for getting rid off the unscrupulous elements. But the ghost cannot attain moksha until her family in India forgives her.

    By coincidence, Aditya meets Ajatratru’s descendents in India and tells them the story of Priyamani and asks them to forgive her and give her salvation.

  15. dwnpiyush

    @Bounty Hunter

    Thanks bro, thanks for reading and glad you liked it-
    As I said I myself prefer psychological over supernatural- but was in a kind of ‘Lekin’ hangover- and also read Chankya Chant recently- so was in that kind of a mood :)

    And this is just for fun, as this is really casual stuff- done hurriedly and without much thought- research was limited to wikipedia- Serious stuff will follow someday God willing-

  16. dwnpiyush

    @smilesandlaffs

    Thank You for the succinct and beautiful summary. I couldn’t have done it better- I am pretty bad at summaries actually- much appreciated really :)

    And yes Lisa is Priyamani

  17. dhaanu

    This is a brilliant story. However I do have one issue:
    1) The whole idea of Bhool Bhulaiyya was that all the ghosts are in our mind. Your ending has “Madhumati”zed a story where all supposedly supernatural events could be explained rationally.

    I suggest you to modify the script by making Lisa a descendant of Priyamani. Her entire “seeking forgiveness” can be retained with the explanation that it has been her family’s mission to seek forgiveness and that they chose to help Akshay as they saw in him a reincarnation of Shiva who would make things right.

    It would be more fun if this descendant of Priyamani is mistaken for her ghost by one of Akki’s sidekicks from the beginning.

  18. dwnpiyush

    @Dhaanu

    Thanks for reading, and Glad you liked it :) Yes, I have indeed taken the supernatural route (havent seen Madhumati)- but yes this is inspired from Lekin (A gulzar supernatural thriller starring Dimple Kapadia and Vinod Khanna)

    What you suggest is of course a good idea, a different take altogether-

  19. aryan29

    @dwnpiyush finally i hve read ur this script..one word SUPERB..keep going on and keep trying and u may (i think u will)become a successful script writer of bollywood.inshallah

  20. dhaanu

    @piyush Lekin was a very good film with haunting music by Hridaynath Mangeshkar.
    Madhumati is an old classic.Suffice to say that the second half of OSO was totally inspired by it. However Madhumati did it better and at a faster pace. The music of this film was classic. After all it is a Bimal Roy film.

  21. dwnpiyush

    @dhaanu
    Yes, Lekin’s music was superb- had to be- it is the only movie produced by the nightingale Lata Mangeshkar (will post on Lekin soon)

    Madhumati, I have already downloaded- will will it soon- have heard a lot about it of course…

    1. suprabh

      Piyush,

      I read the story. Here’s my honest opinion– Its too predictable (except probably the election result)..and its too Raju Hiraniesque. The first half seems exactly similar to Lagey raho..bhai (except that Vidya was an RJ there and the party was an old age home) ..VVC guys may like it since it has that happy happy feel good thing, but content wise its nothing different that we all may have seen.

  22. Manish

    @piyuhs u shd have sent ur bhool bhulaiiya one that was actually well researched with some real good content i believe , though i find this one as good as well .. i have commnetde nad shared , dont know where is vote opyion

  23. dwnpiyush

    @Suprabh

    I agree with your view. This was what i said just after posting it.

    “Not very imaginative… a bit lame actually.. but thought might as well post it… jab 1 ghanta daal hee diya hai toh!”

    I didn’t have time to write a new one (learnt about this contest late)- so thought might as well submit what’s already ready. Not expecting anything.

    @Manish

    I too think Bhool Bhulaiya one is better- but posted the Munnabhai one as its a contest by VVC- and it had asked for a story that goes well with the kind of films they do.

    Thanks for the comment and share- I guess voting will start this midnight.

  24. Sahil19

    Bhool Bhuliya was the most enjoyable akki film after 2007, but I think sequel will ruin it. In bollywood only akki films had the best commercial suspense thriller, khiladi, then Bhool bhuliya.

  25. dwnpiyush

    There are talks of a Bhool Bhulaiya 2, and suddenly this post is getting a lot of hits on my blog. So bumping it up here too.

  26. manofpride

    @Piyush…. Another great attempt. I must say you are one hell of a cinema lover and the best part is you can imagine and express beautifully in words.

    I loved this script and it kept me engaged. This is a tailormade role for Akshay sir and he will rock in this character with his one liners and punchlines.

    Just one complaint though, this script kills the main idea of BB and that main idea was the LIFE of this movie. It has to remain a psycho-thriller, not a supernatural flick (and there are way too many of them).

    I would request you to kindly stick to that main-idea and transform the role of Lisa into a disillusioned girl who got so engrossed in Priyamani’s life and her grief that she decided to take revenge from her enemies and in that process she also started attacking everyone who came there to worship Suryavarman2.

    You can add some scenes where Lisa showed her anger while Aditya made fun of Suryavarman and Priyamani’s affair…

    Just give it a thought…

  27. manofpride

    So actually it remained a mystery till climax comes that who actually is the attacker? a Male or a female?

    While some villagers say that it was a male who attacked them, and few say that it was a female…. the mystery gets solved when Lisa comes out to be the female attacker and the group of smugglers turn out to be the male attackers posing as Veervardhan clan.

  28. dwnpiyush

    @manofpride,

    Thanks for giving it a read. It is quite lengthy and somewhat convoluted too. I am glad that you liked it. I agree with your observation that it is an antithesis to the main idea of Bhool Bhulaiya- and takes the supernatural route, much like the recent Talaash. When I wrote it, I was quite taken in by Gulzar’s Lekin, having seen it just then. So was inspired to write a similar story. I wove it around like a Bhool Bhulaiya continuation, but yes it is not a true sequel as it is not true to its theme, like some others too have pointed out.

    I loved your suggestion of making Lisa behave the way Vidya Balan did in Bhool Bhulaiya. Then it would make sense as a sequel. You have worked it out quite well. Thanks!

  29. I.One

    Dwnpiyush, I loved the post and script. Read in entirety, long post but was engaging all the way. Never felt bored. If you add the climax as suggested by Dhanu, it will make a hell of a script, a total suspense thriller without supernatural stuff (because the prequel too was entirely psychological than supernatural).

    Kudos Piyush, keep it up.

  30. Alfa.one

    @piyush – read it and found it wonderful !!! keep posting.

  31. FS

    had read this long time back and read it again. I loved it until it turns out into supernatural thriller than dark thriller.

    If you ever end up writing a novel please let us all know so that we can have one copy of a writer we have known for a long time :)

  32. dwnpiyush

    @Alfa.one, thanks you sir!

    @FS, double thank you, you read it again! Not likely, but if I do end up writing a novel, I hope you all buy a lot of copies for self and friends, to help someone you have known for a long time :)

  33. Alfa.one

    @Piyush – u r welcome.
    I like these type of plots and having lived in Rajastahn for almost 2.5 years near Indra garh, I have seen many places like in ur story. I wish some one make film (may be in many parts) on CHANDRAKANTA (written by Devki nandan khatri). I have read the complete novel and just loved it.

  34. Alfa.one

    I am sure Piyush u will like the story if u have not reasd it yet !!

  35. danish

    @dwnpiyush – o-ho. to ye talent bhi chhupaaye baithe ho? maine to aaj hi padhi ye post.

  36. dwnpiyush

    @Alfa.one,

    I had seen Chandrakanta as a kid on TV. Don’t remember the show but can recall having been quite fond of it. Rajasthan has always allured me as a mystical land because of many such tales and fables.

    @Danish,

    Shukriya janaab.

  37. Alfa.one

    @Piyush- if find time read the novel. I am sure u will like it. I have also seen TV serial when I was kid and liked it and that forced me to read the novel.

  38. suprabh

    Chandrakanta is amongst my fav tv shows ever. I love it for the details and such a rich story it had.

    Last I heard, Vidhu Vinod Chopra was planning on producing a movie for Ram Madhvani with amitabh Bachchan in the lead based on Chandrakanta– called Taalismaan. They even released a trailer 3 years ago or so….but no news after that..

    Here it is

  39. danish

    @suprabh – hua ye hoga ki eklavya flop hone ke baad chhakke chhoot gaye honge vidhu vinod chopra ke.

    costume drama is too expensive to produce and too risky as lack of identification factor makes ppl stay away.

    1. dwnpiyush

      @Suprabh,

      Indeed this promo was shown with Eklavya, I was one of the few who saw that film in a cinema I guess. Really liked it at that time. But like Danish said, there was some news that the project was deemed too expensive to go on floors.

  40. suprabh

    danish,

    even I thought so…in a way, I was glad that VVC did not make it. Reason: I want Chandrakanta film to be as Indian in its execution as it could be. VVC has “I am firang” syndrome and that may have hurt the product a lot.

    1. danish

      @suprabh – phir mujhe respond kar diya. abto qasam tod hi do.

      VVC ke to saare paap 3 idiots ne dho diye. waise ussne bhi industry ka kuchh kam paisa nahin ganwaya mukul anand, sanjay gupta aur j p dutta ki tarah.

  41. suprabh

    Piyush,

    I am amongst the miserable few too. I saw eklavya in theater too. Great technicalities and zero story.

    1. dwnpiyush

      I was not bothered much by the movie. Neither good nor bad. Much like most others VVC films except Khamosh.

  42. suprabh

    danish,

    Looks like you misunderstood my statement. I said I would stay away from commenting on your posts and your comments on those and similar post (where you try to do your own bhakti mala of Salman ye hai woh hai..blah blah)

    I still comment on your other comments if i find them interesting.

    1. danish

      @suprabh – asise thodi hota hai. katti hoti hai to poori hoti hai. nahin to maano ki “haar gaye aur ‘dash dash dash’ kha gaye”

    2. danish

      @suprabh – aise thodi hota hai. katti hoti hai to poori hoti hai. nahin to maano ki “haar gaye aur ‘dash dash dash’ kha gaye”

    3. danish

      @suprabh – aise thodi hota hai. katti hoti hai to poori hoti hai. nahin to maano ki “haar gaye aur ‘dash dash dash’ kha gaye”

  43. suprabh

    danish,

    mukul anand?? I thought you think very highly of him.

  44. ank_16n

    @sup-chandracanta can’t be created again…
    as its tune said…
    Chandrakanta ki ye kahaani hai sadiyo se purani..
    tha ek raajkumar karta tha jo……………..

    just awesome i still remember when i was may be 6-7 i used to wait for sunday 12 noon to watch Chandrakanta…..

    whole serial is little weak in my memory but still Akroor singh with all his spikes on his dress…!!

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