Queen Victoria strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young Indian clerk named Abdul Karim.
Set amid the turbulence of the Young Turk movement within the dying Ottoman Empire, Abdul the Damned was among the first films directed in Britain by Karl Grune, acclaimed director of 1923’s Die Strasse (The Street), who had fled Nazi Germany in 1933; the film also features starring roles for fellow German émigré and Pandora’s Box star Fritz Kortner, Scottish screen idol John Stuart, and Swedish silent-era heart-throb Nils Asther. Turkey, 1908: Sultan Abdul Hamid II becomes infatuated with Therese, a young Viennese opera singer and she is forced to give in to him to protect her fiancé, Young Turk Talak Pasha. Will the fervour of Talak’s popular opposition to the Sultan’s rule eventually lead to the monarch's downfall?
Tiga Abdul (The Three Abduls) is a 1964 Malaysian comedy film directed by and starring P. Ramlee. It tells the story of three brothers who are caught in a web of trickery set by the cunning Sadiq Segaraga who uses his three daughters to fleece the three brothers of all their wealth. The movie is a tribute to traditional folktales with a moral set into the story and is set a fictional middle eastern country named Isketambola, which is loosely based on Istanbul, Turkey.
Abdul & Hamza, two Somali immigrants, are hiding in an abandoned house near Serbo-Romanian border.
The movie chronicles the life of Dr. Abdul Kalam, right from his childhood to his career as one of the most acclaimed scientists of the world. The movie will also showcase an entire sequence on India's Pokhran Nuclear tests and how Kalam safeguarded India's nuclear secrets
A documentary about Abdulmamad Bekmamadov, also known as Abdul, who came to Russia from Tajikistan to work. He tells the story of his hard life in Moscow through traditional Pamirian tunes.
Who said exercise has to be like work? This is a workout for people who want to have fun! Paula Abdul brings you the best of her own unique style in this dance-packed cardio workout, followed by lower body toning and adancer's stretch. Count on it, you'll break a sweat, AND, you'll get in shape.
The familiar song is adapted into a cartoon short. Abdul The Bulbul-Ameer, a rotund Arab, gets into a brawl with Ivan Skavinski Scavar, a preening Russian Cossack, over an offense to Abdul's pride. Groucho Marx and a newsreel crew provide running commentary as the pair pummel each other and the surrounding square.
In 1897 Queen Victoria antagonized family and court with her relationship with Indian servant Abdul Karim. Originally a waiter the devious and arrogant young man won over the queen by playing on her love of Indian cuisine and romantic view of the country,teaching her Hindistani,whilst she signed letters to him 'Mother',bestowing houses and gifts on him and his family. Already shocked that a Muslim should be at the heart of the court the Royal family stepped in when Victoria announced her desire to knight him and they threatened to have her declared insane if she went ahead. It worked. And in 1901 after the queen's death Karim was banished from Royal circles,returning to India where he died.
Paula Abdul has hit many high points in her show biz career -- Laker Girl, singing star and "American Idol" judge. On this disc, she consults with fitness expert Karen Voight to create a fun, easy and safe aerobic workout that combines both high- and low-impact aerobics with some hot new dance steps. Get ready to cut a rug, work up a sweat and shed a few pounds -- the Paula Abdul way!
The film is narrated in the first person through the eyes of Sotiboldi, a security guard at a store in the village, as a letter to "Steven aka (Brother) Spielberg" in broken, but funny Russian. The film tells the story of an alien whose spaceship crashes in an Uzbek kolhoz. Bozorboy, a resident of the village, discovers the alien while looking for his lost cow. In his letter to Spielberg, Sotiboldi writes that the spaceship that crashed in Uzbekistan, "unlike the beautiful spaceship with lights in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, looks like a pot, but is real."
Abdullah has to fight oppression and torture as he tries to bring up the boy as a hindu where the majority are muslims.
2007 film from India
A virtually invisible cab driver goes through the motions working his route, until one fateful night when a fare invites a chance to connect.
Abdullah, absolute monarch of a wealthy Middle Eastern country, has everything a man could want. Everything, that is, until he falls for a beautiful model. She rejects his advances, however, along with his offers of riches and luxury, chosing instead an officer in the king's army as her lover. As all of this is going on, the ruler is oblivious to the growing discontent among his subjects, and the threat of revolt that is increasing with each passing day.
Raised incognito for his own protection, the scion of a noble family grows up to be a defender of the vulnerable.
A comedy tale of two thick friends, one Musilm and the other a Hindu, their misadventures to save their face from a strict Haji.
Alibaba was a simple, hardworking, middleclass personality who once went to a forest for some purpose. When he entered into that forest he found a deep secret, a formula to enter a cave. Actually that cave was filled by robbed jewelleries and gold coins. He took some with him and became very rich. But those robbers realised that something was missing from their hidden treasures. So they began their investigation for the lost treasure. But in the meantime a neighbour of Alibaba also tried for the same thing but he got caught and killed by the robbers. After that the robbers had successfully traced those hidden treasures, entered the city and found Alibaba. But Marjina and Abdullah understand their plans and caught them by their sheer intelligence and wit.
A story of two boys who were born in a hospital in Japan and exchanged. The baby from the Arab descent was raised by a Japanese family and named Takeshi, while the baby of Japanese descent was raised by the Arab family and named Abdullah.
Main Abdul Qadir Hoon is a Pakistani drama serial that aired on Hum TV every Saturday from December 18, 2010 to May 21, 2011. It is written by Serwat Nazir and directed by Babar Javed . Fahad Mustafa is featured in the lead role while Faisal Qureshi, Aamina Sheikh, Alishba Yousuf, Saba Hameed and Asif Raza Mir portray supporting roles. The drama started airing on December 18, 2010. It is a weekly television serial that airs every Saturday.
The fight of Abdulhamid II to keep Ottoman Empire and caliphate alive.