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Samraat Ashoka to the costliest television serial

22-December-2000
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Samraat Ashoka to the costliest television serial

The country’s costliest television serial will be Samraat Ashoka, produced by Popular Entertainment Network (PEN), the 104 episodes on the Mauryan ruler will cost a whopping Rs 15 crore. For the first time in Indian television, a serial is being shot on cinemascope. PEN has appointed Chandraprakash Dwivedi of the TV serial Chanakya fame to direct the show. The company expects to complete serial by April 2002.

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