With season 4 the fascination with the protagonist and probably the show finally ends because it was never about seeing him caught, it was about seeing him absolved. But by declaring him just a madman with dangerous power and no remorse, there aren’t many layers left to explore. Yes, the season was engaging and addictive, but I am not sure a season 5 would be. It would be best to end it here unless Love Quinn resurrects herself to give Joe the end he truly deserves! Continue reading YOU Season 4: All hope for Joe Goldberg’s redemption dies a cruel death
Our beloved therapy show ‘Ted Lasso’ returns for its third season with a comforting yet slightly melancholic atmosphere. The show gained widespread acclaim for its ability to provide much-needed comfort and warmth during trying times by carefully balancing mental health, feminism, and positivity without being overly preachy. Continue reading Ted Lasso Season 3 (Mini Review)
But with Khushi, we see how a good “virginal” woman is as much susceptible to a sex drive as anyone and does not see desire as an emotion to shun, but instead something important enough to explore.
And if exploration doesn’t form the spine of the language of sex, what else does? Continue reading The Language of Sex in IPKKND (Part 2)
By Sreejeeta Ghosh Hindi television and sex have had a complicated relationship, with representations ranging from the one-time consummation sequence after a wedding, to the traditional heroine shying away from any sexual insinuation by her husband. There was a brief period of shows in the 90s and a briefer period in the 00s that dealt with sexuality, desire and consent in their lead characters which … Continue reading The language of sex in Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon ( IPKKND)
A Fan’s personal essay on Kanwar Dhillon’s 10 year anniversary in the TV Industry Continue reading A Decade of Kanwar Dhillon