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)
Two viewers recount their personal relationship with two popular shows on Indian TV, Shaurya Aur Anokhi Ki Kahani and Anupamaa. Read on to know what is their very personal connection to these shows Continue reading Personal connection stories from fans : Shaurya Aur Anokhi Ki Kahani & Anupamaa
Aditya Kumar Tripathi, the male lead in the popular show Imlie from Starplus is throughly problematic. Do viewers need to root for this toxic hero ? Continue reading The curious case of Aditya Kumar Tripathi in Imlie
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