A walk down the memory lane with one of an engaging series from the Balaji Telefilms stable. Continue reading Revisiting Kutumb: Conceding with the Contrary
I would like to call this a review but fair warning- this might turn into a love post by the end, because that’s how much I am enjoying this new show on Star Bharat that was launched on 1st October. Six episodes have been telecast as I write this and they have all been delivered with a surprisingly perfect concoction of varied elements that make … Continue reading Premiere Review : Radha Krishn on Star Bharat – A Total Win-Win
Kasautii Zindagii Kay, (with an extra i ) arrived amidst grand promotions and a high induced thanks to 90s nostalgia, times when Anurag Basu and Prerna Sharma were household names across the country. You can call this a reboot, a remake or a modern retelling, but the primary audience for this show for now are the kids from those times. People like me , who … Continue reading #PremiereReview : #StarPlus #KasautiiZindagiiKay – A Fresh Start
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?
The TV show Siya Ke Ram on Star Plus , inching towards a sombre closure, delivered a strong statement last week. In the episode that aired on 25th October, Lord Ram, who has carried the ‘Maryada Purushottam” epithet since time immemorial, was reprimanded by his wife Sita in no uncertain terms. By re-igniting the age old debate surrounding Ram’s credentials as a husband, the show … Continue reading Siya Ke Ram – Painting Ramayana with a Feminist Brush