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Space City Sigma is an Indian science fiction television series that aired on the DD National channel in the late 1980s. Along with Indradhanush, it was one of the first science fiction series produced in India.[1]

Characters[edit]

  • Commander Tara (Krishan Kant), the leader of Sigma
  • Shakti (Krishan Kant), the cyborg head of security
  • Heeri (Savita Bhatia), the communication officer
  • Teeba (Mita Vashisht), the scientist
  • Dr. Luka (Anand Sharma), the doctor
  • Zakhaaku (Shailendra Srivastava), the main antagonist
  • Mukamba, Zakhaaku's assistant

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Top current children’s TV shows: Flashback. The Telegraph, 14 November 2008.

External links[edit]



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Digit
Wed, 18 Feb 2015 21:20:14 -0800

Captured images have good dynamic range and showcase the potential of the sensor. The Sigma DP2 Quattro, in our opinion, can only perform well in the hands of an experienced or extremely conscientious photographer who knows exactly what he's doing.
 
Firstpost
Fri, 06 Jan 2012 02:43:44 -0800

... is a little more characteristically Abbas-Mustan, involving Bobby Deol as a melancholy illusionist (umm, yes), Bipasha Basu as an automobile expert (though her blue-blinking speed booster for the train looks like something straight out of Space ...
 
Calcutta Telegraph
Tue, 14 Sep 2010 14:39:31 -0700

Doordarshan may have taken baby steps with shows like Space City Sigma, Indradhanush and Captain Vyom (with Milind Soman dressed in a spacesuit), all of which were very popular with kids and adults, but no one in the current Hindi television think tank ...
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