Posted: 03 August 2012 at 3:36pm | IP Logged
SMALL SCREEN'S BFFs
Remember the last time you tied a friendship band around your best friend's wrist? You went to the same school/college, shared secrets and laughed and cried over heartbreaks and first crushes. With Friendship Day around the corner, here's a look at some of the tube's best portrayals of this wonderful relation, as they are etched in our memories.
A fresh cast and a unique story, Remix
was an instant hit with the youth as Tia, Ranveer, Aashi and Yuvi (played by Shweta Gulati, Karan Wahi, Priya Wal and Raj Singh Arora respectively) were friends
forever who had their share of ego clashes, but also bonded over music. The cool foursome became teen icons overnight and made the show the hottest campus caper on telly.
Doctors and friends
?Being a medical intern seemed a whole lot of fun in Dill Mill Gayye, that explored the loves, laughs and highs of the lives of six would-be doctors. Of course, it was another matter that the scorching equation between Karan Singh Grover
and Shilpa Anand made millions of hearts melt, but DMG was primarily a fun take on friendship too!
Set in an armed force training academy, Left Right Left
, revolved round a bunch of dedicated and devoted cadets (played by once newbie actors Priyanka Bassi, Harshad Chopra, Arjun Bijlani, Vikas Manaktala and Kunal Karan Kapoor) and their close bond with each other through tough times.
Campus calling The Buddy Project is set in a college which has its wild, beyond control students and professors who find it tough to tame them. Loosely based on the Shah Rukh Khan hit Chak De! India,Buddy Project is about eight friends from different family background and how they come together for one common goal.
BFFsMiley Jab Hum Tum
created waves with the Indian audience during its two year run. Almost overnight Mayank (Arjun Bijlani), Nupur (Rati Pandey), Samrat (Mohit Sehgal), Gunjan (Sanaya Irani), Dia (Navina Bole), Uday (Jaspreet Singh Grover) and Benji (Abhishek Sharma) acquired a huge fan base and a number of fans on microblogging sites, thanks to their undying reel rapport that seemed almost real.
Ring it in Humse Hai Life
might essentially revolve around the dreams and ambitions of Sia (played by Abigail Jain), but it also takes the audience through her equation with her group of friends who are part of her dreams, and captures the highs and lows of the roller-coaster ride that she lives through in her stint at the swank high school.
Dance like friends
The first dance-based fiction show on Indian television, Dil Dosti Dance
, or D3 as its more popularly known as, is a hatke story about boys and girls with lightening in their feet and dreams of becoming the next big thing in dance. Kunwar Amarjeet Singh, Shantanu Maheshwari and have kept the audience dancing to their tunes for the last one year.
Edited by Anam. - 03 August 2012 at 6:30pm