A viewer reflects on the mysterious appeal of Indian TV despite the glaring flaws and wonders if there is ever going to be a reconciliation of logic and magic one day to make Indian TV apart of pop culture. Continue reading A diagnostic report: The Indian TV fever
Anuj Kapadia from Anupamaa is suave, good looking, rich and knows how to navigate the tough course of one-sided love with grace and devotion. He loves, but does not negotiate with self -respect and respects consent. If you thought things could not be better, he writes poetry, has a killing sense of humour and would put Shakespeare to shame with his declaration of love for Anupamaa. Continue reading Anuj Kapadia of Anupamaa: When Indian TV finally created the perfect male lead
By Sreejeeta Ghosh (Guest Contributor) The Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility states that the more we consume a product, the less it satisfies us over time. And Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon (IPKKND) is a great contradiction to that law. It started as a simple romance show but with time turned into a (nearly) cult romance classic. Romance is universal, but no one brought … Continue reading Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon : The game changer for romance on Indian TV
By Simran Pavecha (Guest Contributor) The old and the new If there’s one TV show that will always remain super, super close to my heart, it is Bade Achhe Lagte Hain – Ram and Sakshi’s BALH. It was fresh, mature and a great concept – a typical Sony ecosystem show. It created quite the stir back then – for a TV jodi that had fiery … Continue reading Bade Achhe Lagte Hain 2 : Reminiscent of Zindagi Gulzar Hai?
Dhadkan Zindaggi Kii, Sony TV’s medical drama launched on 6th December 2021, makes for very interesting TV in terms of all things important: the pacing of the story, an impressively authentic hospital setting and top-notch acting. The show has set up a high benchmark for itself after delivering action-packed episodes one after another in its first week. Although a few cracks do seem to appear … Continue reading Dhadkan Zindaggi Kii on Sony TV – A Review