Bepannah : Limitless possibilities of a good script Color’s recent offering manages to do something impressive in its first innings – tell a story without trappings. Watching Bepannah made me rewind to the last time I watched an Indian TV series with a compelling storyline. It took me a while to think of anything specific. This is not to say that our TV writers don’t … Continue reading GUEST REVIEW : BEPANNAH ON COLORS – BY UJWALA SRINATH
Updated : The Grand Reveal was slow to come but surprisingly realistic in terms of how Mauli took it. Aditi Dev Sharma has been stellar in the last few episodes in portraying the disbelief, heartbreak, disgust, anger , regret and a wide range of feelings that any woman cheated upon would feel. The dialogues given to her, her scenes with both Kunal and Nandini are … Continue reading Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka – Review (Updated 22nd September)
Winter has come to the seven kingdoms of Westeros and the game of thrones has turned suitably chilling with season seven completing two compact episodes, efficiently laying the groundwork for the highly-anticipated battle within and without. Daenerys Targaryan has been established as the strongest contender for the Iron Throne with three dragons, a huge army and most importantly a good heart. If you need more … Continue reading Game Of Thrones : Season 7 Running Review
On 7th Nov, P.O.W, Bandi Yudhh Ke, premiered amidst high anticipation, thanks to Star’s extensive campaign under the Nayi Soch banner. The teasers released were exquisitely crafted, revealing an emotionally charged story that promised nail -biting suspense. The first episode delivered on all these promises, easily establishing P.O.W as the best television show currently on Indian TV . It was a tightly written episode that … Continue reading P.O.W : Bandi Yuddh Ke : An Indian TV Upgrade?
When Chakravartin Samrat Ashoka promos started airing on television, the lustrous city walls and graphically enhanced landscapes caught my imagination right away. There was that promise of bringing back a bygone era, with an impressive degree of authenticity. I could almost smell the ink on the parchments, hear the hoof beats of racing horses and see the sculpted carvings on the palace walls in great … Continue reading Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat on Colors TV: First Quarter Review