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Posted: 05 June 2015 at 12:47am | IP Logged

^^ drishyam promo..its a remake of mohanlal drishyam..

somehow the promo did not leave the impact it should have..Confused

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Posted: 05 June 2015 at 12:57am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Hiral_Halwa

thats an awesome articleClapClapClap
the way Indian TV makes a big deal about SR is really gross IMO! and I think this article just comprehensively encloses what a lot of us have always felt about it..

and the problem is that the whole story starts revolving around itDead, instead of focussing on what was the original intended plotline..

comparatively, Ansh and Jagan SRs were not publicised and promoted in a sleazy manner, so thats a good thing that BV had done
Exactly.

At least AnSh SR the delay was explained well without making a big deal out of it. I thought they dealt with emotional frigidity so well through Anandi. So it just didn't look odd.

JaGan SR happened without any delayLOL

This article is a real eye opener about the thought process of the makers when it comes to consummation and physical relationship.

At least Anandi and Shiv post the consummation they didn't really show it like taht phase of life is over and done.

Liked the way they showed Anandi's journey as Shiv's wife from protesting citing work and family blah blah to finally surprising him with her boldness which matched her husband's
That drug track and Painter track showed how much she also wanted to be with her husband.
Writers did achieve the impossible - showing her as ideal bahu as well as a woman who wanted nothing more than just spending quality time with her husband and that too at 8PM slot which is meant for family audiences

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Posted: 05 June 2015 at 12:59am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Hiral_Halwa


^^ drishyam promo..its a remake of mohanlal drishyam..

somehow the promo did not leave the impact it should have..Confused
Ajay Devgun may be good but don't know if he was able to bring in what Mohanlal brought to the role.
It was remade in Telugu with Venkatesh.I haven't seen it but his performance got rave reviews and did well too.

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I read the story on wiki damnLOL dont know whether want to watch it or not..coz clearly its a smartly executed pyschological thriller and big time relies on performances..and yeah even with tabu and ajay..not getting the feelsConfused which is wierd coz I like both of them in intense roles..but something is badly amiss hereOuch
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Posted: 05 June 2015 at 1:44am | IP Logged
Originally posted by aparnauma

Originally posted by Hiral_Halwa

thats an awesome articleClapClapClap
the way Indian TV makes a big deal about SR is really gross IMO! and I think this article just comprehensively encloses what a lot of us have always felt about it..

and the problem is that the whole story starts revolving around itDead, instead of focussing on what was the original intended plotline..

comparatively, Ansh and Jagan SRs were not publicised and promoted in a sleazy manner, so thats a good thing that BV had done
Exactly.

At least AnSh SR the delay was explained well without making a big deal out of it. I thought they dealt with emotional frigidity so well through Anandi. So it just didn't look odd.

JaGan SR happened without any delayLOL

This article is a real eye opener about the thought process of the makers when it comes to consummation and physical relationship.

At least Anandi and Shiv post the consummation they didn't really show it like taht phase of life is over and done.

Liked the way they showed Anandi's journey as Shiv's wife from protesting citing work and family blah blah to finally surprising him with her boldness which matched her husband's
That drug track and Painter track showed how much she also wanted to be with her husband.
Writers did achieve the impossible - showing her as ideal bahu as well as a woman who wanted nothing more than just spending quality time with her husband and that too at 8PM slot which is meant for family audiences
mera bass chalta appy, I wish the SR would have happened during albeliya sequence itself - sparks were flying so strong, main toh aaj bhi marr jaati hoo while watching that incomplete SRBlushingBlushingBlushingBlushingBlushingBlushingBlushingBlushingBlushing

Daadisa and her pota problems were such a big dampnerDeadPinchROFL

but yess, the interesting thing was that inspite of delay, when it did happen in HM, it looked natural and not after numerous attempts of falling, catching, flying duppatas atleastAngryStern SmileApprove

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Hiri...RK's statement Kat is his biggest critic ROFL

seriously love made people go mad dumb deaf not just blind Evil Smile

oh my such Silly statement madam ji ko acting nahi aati ...ek facial musule hilake dekaye yeh madam  D'oh


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Posted: 05 June 2015 at 1:49am | IP Logged
Originally posted by aparnauma

No Sex in the City - the crisis of consummation in Indian TV


The other day as I flipped channels and cajoled my brain to tune out I realised that the lead couple on Star Plus show Yeh Hain Mohabbatein hadn't made love in 18 months. No, it isn't a spell in the desserts of intimacy. THEY HAVE NEVER HAD SEX.


There I said it, I used the dirtiest three letter word we know. The subject of public shame and private voyeurism. But Raman and Ishita's growing desperation to get some action, got me thinking about Indian television's crisis of consummation. To get or not to get laid, that is the burning question discussed in great detail by producers, writers, and creative directors. We sit like sadistic puppeteers making sure the characters we create are left turned on and waiting. If they can do it, then when do they do it? How long can we keep the audience engaged hoping to see the lead pair canoodling? More importantly what if the wafer thin plot crumbles once they are done with what should not even be a sub plot? ClapClap

  

Consummation, as we rather formally refer to it, is a big tent pole in the show's life story. We write build up episodes, cut promos, have meetings and then finally when the characters can barely keep their clothes on anymore, we let them get naughty. Well as naughty as they can get while keeping their halo of nobility on. Also, this may be the first and last time we see the couple actually acknowledging that they want to have sex and are capable of acting like mortals with needs. 
But sarcasm apart, I have yet to see a show where the protagonists have a regular healthy sex life. Or a couple who discuss intimacy issues, or address why they don't feel physically attracted to each other. We still treat sex as the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow instead of a perfectly normal act that we have been doing since we were apes. Quite ironical indeed. The sex lives of characters on television is inversely proportional to the Indian population. If people really took so long to get it on, the government could easily a couple of hundred crores less on family planning measures. 
So then what is it about sex and the Indian audience? 

Don't get me wrong, I am all for romance and taking things slowly. I love cloying, sappy love stories with lots of dramatic music and soulmates finding each other. But what's annoys me is our insistence on making a virtue out of abstinence. It's almost as if having sex makes our characters more base, more human and less admirable. Perhaps it stems from the general taboo surrounding sex and the fact that most households don't acknowledge it as normal and necessary with their children. We paint it as something wrong and dirty, an act that good boys and girls don't do, till they are married after which they are supposed to produce children immediately. 

Perhaps it serves to ennoble our protagonists, more specifically the female characters. Not acting like a normal person with hormones, adds to her deification and takes her one step further to sainthood. How else does a girl next door become the next thing to awesome? I have never seen a woman express her sexuality on television. Except maybe a vamp in a sleeveless blouse who is honest about the fact that she desires a man in completely non-platonic way. 
I attended an interesting discussion once where couples on TV were liked to a holy trinity of mythological pairs. The theory was that all love stories are ultimately inspired by either Ram Sita, the ideal couple (what's ideal about being forced to be a single mom and then walking out on your husband with trust issues is beyond me), Krishna-Radha's unrequited love, and Shiv-Parvati, a marriage of equals. If this is true then perhaps abstinence becoming a virtue also finds its origins from mythology. Whenever they had to be ennobled or cleansed in some way, or heroes became celibate. No one asked their wives what they felt about it of course. Breaking a vow of celibacy was considered a big deal, and sometimes even punished. Is our almost subconscious reference to mythology causing our characters problems in the sack? 
Or is it our vilification of sex that is causing this crisis of consummation? 

The reasons maybe many, serious and psychological or as simple as using a done to death narrative device that helps elongate the show past its logical conclusion. Either way, looking at the growing spells of no action, it seems like it will be a while before this crisis blows over. (No puns intended)



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bold part ha...we always wrote exact same Big smile one line story turn into daily soap Ouch

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and mostly Jagan scenes, I just dislike and m uninterested for a better word, I did like the way their SR was shot, inspite of sriti-shanky having no chemistry in all their other scenes, they did nail the SR bit nicely..duno whether it was the camera work that did the magic..but they did look good in there..
I havent watched it again, thoughLOL and i remember khushi crying that it was actually very well doneROFL

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