A man is brutally murdered and his famed shamisen (a three-stringed musical instrument) called the "Yamabiko" stolen. Prince Kogenta swears to avenge his father-in-law's death and retrieve the family heirloom.
In “Tokyo Serendipity,” Yui Aoki (Yui Aragaki) is a young art student, suddenly facing the real world on her own. Her older sister abruptly announces that she is getting married and moving out of their shared apartment. Yui must now move on and find a place of her own. Eventually, Yui does find such a place and, with the help of the “Hercules Moving Company,” moves into her new apartment. After she gets settled in, Yui goes door to door, introducing herself to her neighbors and giving them small gifts. There she meets Takashi (Ryuhei Matsuda), a quiet guy that lives directly above her apartment. There paths will cross again. Yui also goes back to her old apartment to retrieve an item she left behind. There she meets Junda Atsuko (Rinko Kikuchi), the new tenant of her old apartment. The lives of Yui, Junda, and Takashi are then brought together, as Yui learns firsthand about love and heartbreak.
An emotional Mumbai-based football player, Rohan (Shivdasani), seeks the assistance of childhood friend, Simran (Reddy), to successfully woo fellow-collegian, Preeti (Sharma). Simran herself is about to be engaged to U.S-based Vicky (Malik). After the engagement ceremony, Vicky returns back to the U.S - not realising that back in India nothing is the same anymore...
Hibino Tsubaki is a shy, kind, and slightly old-fashioned girl who has always been the top student in her class. She always did everything her parents wanted her to do. She loved to do other girls' hair in trendy and cute styles, despite always wearing plain braids herself. On her first day of high school at the opening ceremony, she is astonished to see that the top student giving the opening speech is not only somebody else, but also the rudest boy she has ever seen. This delinquent turns out to be her new classmate, Kyouta Tsubaki. Kyouta teases Hibino, drawing attention to their similar last names. The two are both top of their class, but are different in every other way. Even though it seems that they cannot stand each other, fate has something else in store for them…
The story of a ménage à trois.
The adopted son of an Osaka courier falls in love with a prostitute and, discovering that she is about to be purchased by a client, steals money from his employer to redeem her. Hunted criminals, the two young lovers take flight to Yamato, but, as in Chikamatsu's other domestic tragedies of love and duty (known as sewamono), they must be pursued and their passion destroyed by death. Favourite Uchida themes, such as the indenturing of a prostitute (cf. YOSHIWARA; A BLOODY SPEAR AT MT. FUJI), and his characteristic emphasis on performance and theatrical artifice re-emerge here; but the daring device of having Chikamatsu appear as a character - not unlike having Shakespeare interpolated into a film adaptation of one of his plays - is just one of many surprises this remarkable film holds. “Extraordinary” (Donald Richie).
The silent scandal of a utility pole, secretly lighting the outskirts of the city. The story is set during the nostalgic time before cellular phones in Japan, and tells the love story of a human and a utility pole. Elemi the power pole becomes infatuated with electrician Mr.Takahashi. Pretending she is human, she decides to ring him. But this contact is forbidden in the law of power poles. Eventually, rumors spread all over town and Elemi is summoned to court.
Omnibus of love stories from 1947 directed by famous directors, featuring big stars.
Pinku from 1973.
Ishihara Kiyoshi plans to marry the woman he loves, Chiee, a coffee shop girl. After an accident, Chiee loses her memory. A romance movie whose original work by Ayako Sono was made into a melodrama by a combination of Shinoda Masahiro and Terayama Shuji.
Romance meets crime drama, when Nisha and Sunil are wed, but face the consequences of Sunil's brother's questionable business associates.
A young man who is unable to tell his childhood friend how he feels makes a pledge with her to reveal all of their secrets during the upcoming festival.
The film takes place during the nostalgic era before cell phones appeared in Japan. Elemi, a lamppost, becomes infatuated with an electrician, Mr. Takahashi. Posing as human, she decides to call him. But this type of contact is prohibited by the law of the lampposts. Then, rumors spread throughout the city and Elemi is summoned to testify before the Court of light poles.
Unaired OVA bundled with limited edition eighth volume of the manga that centers around the actions of Inari and Kon.
The wealthy Malhotra family consists of dad, Vikram, his wife, and son, Raj. They would like Raj to get married to their friend, Ishwarchand Mangatram Gore's only U.S. based daughter, Simran. But Raj is intent on finding his very own soul-mate - which he does in his sister's tutor, Asha, who comes from a poor family, and is refusing to accept any advances from him. On the other hand, Simran too refuses to marry Raj, as she is in love with Sameer, an up-coming singer. When Simran is summoned to India, and introduced to Raj, both plan to get their marriage canceled, and succeed. While both attempt to woo their sweethearts, they find that Sameer is Asha's betrothed. Both Simran and Raj must now come up with a plan so separate the two - and thus marry the partners of their choice.
Dress designer, Aman Puri (Aftab Shivdasani) is the only son of the Puri family. His dad (Anupam Kher) wants him to marry, but Aman insists that he will not marry unless he meets the girl of his dreams. He does meet her, in the form and person of Esha Singh (Esha Deol), but she will not have anything to do with him. When Aman persists, his dad decides to go and talk with Esha's mom, Mansi Devi (Jaya Bhaduri), who indicates that she is open to Esha's marriage with Aman. She talks to Esha and convinces her Aman is suitable for her, to which Esha agrees. Delighted Aman gets ready for the marriage, when Dushant (Sanjay Kapoor) disrupts their lives by claiming that the entire marriage is a hoax, people are not what they seem, Mansi Devi is his mother; and Esha is a married woman; and Dushant is her husband.
Koi suru Tenshi Angelique is a spinoff from the Angelique series and it contains 13-episode animation, Koi suru Tenshi Angelique: Kokoro no Mezameru Toki and its 12-episode animation sequel Koi suru Tenshi Angelique: Kagayaki no Ashita. Both of the anime series were directed by Susumu Kudo and was made into an anime series by Satelight.
Ssshhhh...Koi Hai was an Indian horror drama television series that aired on the STAR Plus channel. A second season named Ssshhhh...Phir Koi Hai aired on STAR Plus' sister channel STAR One.
Suzuko no Koi is an upcoming Japanese biographical television drama series that will air on Fuji TV.
《사랑의 힘 》는, 2002년 1월 10일 ~ 2002년 3월 21일까지 후지TV 에서 방송된 드라마. 시간은 매주 목요일 밤 10시 ~ 10시 54분까지, 총 11회. 최종회에는 15분을 연장하여 11시 9분까지 방송하였다. 주연은 후카츠 에리. 평균 시청률 16.9%, 최고 시청률 20.6%를 기록하였다.
Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin was a popular show on Sony Entertainment Television. The series was an Indian-themed version of the Colombian drama Yo Soy Betty La Fea. The serial is currently dubbed and airing in Tamil language as Sakthi Pola Yarum illa in Polimer TV from December 2012.
Koi Aane Ko Hai is a horror show that aired on Colors TV and it started on March 13, 2009. It was the re-make of the hit U.S. Series Supernatural. Koi Aane Ko Hai is the first of its kind show,a mini-series, with each story showcasing a spine chilling tale of real life supernatural occurrences around the country. The show will cover the entire realm of the supernatural, ghosts, ghouls, goblins, zombies, and haunted houses.
Konna Koi no Hanashi is a Japanese television drama starring Hiroyuki Sanada and Nanako Matsushima. It aired during the Summer of 1997 in Japan and in 2001 on KONG-TV in the United States. The original 12 episodes were split into 14 episodes for the U.S. showing. A Story of Love dealt with social issues including poverty in first world countries and class barriers in Tokyo.