Pal Chhin

Pal Chinn[2] (translation: Moment) is an Indian television drama series which ran on Star Plus from 1999. It was directed by Neena Gupta,[3] and veteran actor Manohar Singh played the protagonist of the show.

Pal Chinn
Created byNeena Gupta Productions
Written byMir Muneer
Directed byNeena Gupta
StarringManohar Singh
Opening theme"Pal Chinn" by Jagjit Singh
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of episodes98
Production
Producer(s)Anupam K. Kalidhar
Running timeapproximately 30 minutes
Release
Original networkSTAR Plus
Picture format480i
Original release9 April 1999[1]

The title song of the show 'Koi atka hua hai pal shayad' was written by Gulzar and sung by Jagjit Singh

SynopsisEdit

Pal Chhin is about the conflicts between good and evil. The mounting pressures of modern life coupled with never-ending desire make traditional values look farcical. The mantras for success today are aggression and manipulation. The serial is about the conflict of the old and new as well.[4]

The protagonist, Manohar Singh, believes in traditional themes such as honesty, affection and sincerity. He believes that if you are honest to yourself and good to others, there is no way you can't succeed. But he has to face pitfalls every day for being so out of sync with the present system. He has his detractors in his house, like his eldest son Ranjit who believes in the 'instant culture'. For him, the end is more important than the means, and definitely more important than his father's idealism.

Manohar Singh wants to make a statement that all is not lost and there is some hope left, that we can lead our lives with dignity and belief in our values, still be successful in the accepted sense. These are the moments in our lives, which lead our destinies.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pal Chhin: Life's meaningful moments". Screen. The Indian Express. Archived from the original on 11 October 1999. Retrieved 15 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Actress Neena Guptas trademark sauciness remains intact but the hard edges have softened". indiatoday.intoday.in. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
  3. ^ "The Sunday Tribune - Spectrum - Television". www.tribuneindia.com. Retrieved 11 July 2016.
  4. ^ "Tribuneindia... Film and tv". www.tribuneindia.com. Retrieved 11 July 2016.

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