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DNA: No childs play -- BALH

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Posted: 20 January 2013 at 2:00pm | IP Logged
Mature love stories, divorces, remarriages the small-screen has been dealing 
with all these hitherto taboo topics for the 
last two years. The latest issue to catch 
the fancy of  makers is the battle for child 
custody between warring partners. Punar 
Vivaah on Zee has protagonist Aarti's ex-husband 
Prashant fighting for the 
custody of  his son Ansh. 

In Bade Acche Laggte Hai 
(Sony), Ram and Priya are having a tug-ofwar over who will take care of  their daughter Pihu and in Parichay, Siddhi and Abhay 
have been at loggerheads over the custody 
of  their twin boys.      

Prashant Bhatt, weekday programming 
Head, Colors says that it's a reflection of  
the real world. "It's not just the theme of  
child custody gaining importance on television, this is happening all around us. TV is  
only a medium to relay the story. We are trying to highlight real life situations through 
our shows like Parichay.  There are many  
homes where parents have separated and 
are fighting for  custody of  their children. 
We want to highlight the state of  the child 
trapped between feuding adults. Viewers connect easily with children and that 
helps build context." Sumeet Mittal who is 
producing Punar Vivaah and has just shot 
a melodramatic court scene avers, "We 
are dealing with a socially relevant subject 
where this kind of  marital disharmony is 
common, specially if  a child is involved 
in a broken marriage. We are trying 
to convey a message that children's 
emotional stability is most important and they must not be traumatised."

Pyschologist Seema Hingoranny is all for television creating 
awareness about sensitive issues. 
"The medium is picking up what I call lifestyle issues that audiences can relate to. It 
is good to the point of  raising awareness 
but in most cases it becomes melodramatic. 
The negativity and mud-slinging between 
the protagonists can send a wrong message 
because viewers look at them as role models," she warns. 
However, Vivek Bahl, Chief  Creative Director, Sony, assures that while the aim is 
to reflect society, "the effort is to underline 
hope, learning and positivity through the 
same." We hope so too!

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Its a wonderful concept that they are picking up n highlighting. Reality is shown in a good wat but showing a woman striking deals to save her husband kids is some thing which sounds absurd where the society gives her a name of mistress n characterless no mater what just for the drama quotient no one has got right to show women so cheap n men playing with their emotions
we men emerge from women we r nothing without. Them In our childhood as a mother.sister, later as a wife friend guide ...woman play many roles in a mans life
such a high dignity gender portrayal should always fighting n winning or if failing to win her man should be shown supportive...but should not be showing th striking deals becoming. Sacrificing lambs
The role a man plays in a mans life... Is respectable n remarkable and man plays a role of womans life in reality
makers should realize the sensitivity of the tracks which they come up keeping in mind that their shows will have a remarkable impact in the viewers
fans at times gets obsessed with their celebrity and go head over heels they want what they wanna see they can't take anything against their fav stars some drool mire than needed these are personal perceptions and in their obsession they go to extent of insulting and hurting others badly... I have seen this in another forum which I followed... In that aspect balh forum is a very friendly one m sweet took
chaya thanks for the article and tanu thanks for posting...

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