TV TALK

TV TALK

Harmony with nature

Discovery Channel presents Discovery India – Lord of Darjeeling on September 19 at 9 pm. In this episode, journey to the enchanting tea gardens of Darjeeling. At the borders of India and Nepal, in Darjeeling. Rajah Banerjee, the last owner of a familial and traditional tea estate considers both his inheritance on the background of English occupation and the necessity to renew.
His management is based on organic and biodynamic farming, sustainable development and fair-trade while producing one of the most popular teas in the world. He rides around his charming gardens, nearly leading viewers to think about a possible harmony between man and nature.


Blockbusters on a platter

HBO presents The Ruins on September 19, 9 pm starring Shawn Ashmore, Jena Anderson and Jonathan Tucker.
Based on the best-selling book by Scott Smith, The Ruins follows a group of friends who become entangled in a brutal struggle for survival after visiting a remote archeological dig in Mexican jungle, where they discover something deadly among the ruins.
Watch Rush Hour 3 starring Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, Hiroyuki Sanada and Youki Kudoh on September 20 at 9 pm. Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan are back in their respective roles as LAPD detective James Carter and Chinese Chief Inspector Lee, with director Brett Ratner on board for the latest installment of the widely popular franchise.
Set in Paris, the movie finds Carter and Lee from the West and East battling a wing of Chinese organised crime family of the Triads and with their trademark mix of great action and big laughs.
From dazzling Parisian nightclubs to the city’s high-fashion runways, Rush Hour 3 promises more action and a more hilarious adventure.


Getting down and dirty

Don’t miss the world television premiere of Dostana.
The movie stars Priyanka Chopra, John Abraham, Abhishek Bachchan and Bobby Deol on September 20 at 8 pm on Sony Entertainment Television.
This is a story about two guys, one girl and an apartment in sunny Miami.


Battle between good and evil


Navratri is a celebration of the victory of Goddess Durga, in a battle with evil asuras. Swords clashed and shields clinked between the Goddess and the devils for nine long days, until she put an end to them on the tenth day of the battle, also called Dussehra.
Cut to the 21st century, swords and arrows now take the back seat. Asuras of the 21st century are all powerful, with weapons of mass annihilation at their disposal. It is now upto the modern day heroes to do away with these evil forces. With gleaming guns, nuclear weapons and dangerous gadgets in tow, a fierce battle ensues between them on Star Movies beginning from the first night of Navratri.
The channel presents the modern day battle, Dussehra Version 2 a series of the most intriguing movies depicting the clash between the good and the evil from September 19 to 28 at 11 pm. Watch Fantastic Four – Rise of the Silver Surfer on September 19 and Transporter on September 20.

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