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Sony appreciates creativity, but not for long and they have a reason for it. Sony is the only channel amongst zee, colors, and star that has the least saas bahu type shows. It gives us a variety like SBC, indian idol, mahi way, and cid. However, people just don't appreciate creativity. They just want a bahu who is trying to expose somebody or managing her husband (just like bidaai and yeh rishta). Therefore, TRPs go down for sony. Then, can anybody give me one reason why they should not wrap up these shows?
@ atifawan10 - totally agree with you. I too want Bhaskar Bharti back on SONY. It was even giving SONY a TRP of more that 3.5. And later becoz SONY shifted it to the new 7:30 slot and asked the CV's of the show to end the track, the whole story had to be changed and that's the reason it became boring. No fault of CV's, only to blame SONY for this coz CV's changed the story coz they were asked to end the show.
Edited on:21 April 2010 at 1:40am
Thank God, finally the show is OVER. I mean it was really so boring...Actually SONY has lost those MAGIC SHOWS which drove away the attention of the audiences. Now, they have only a handful of boring, idiotic shows which they are wrapping every 5-6 months. Still Comedy Circus, Aahat, Mahi Way, Seven and Rishta.Com are far better than other shows on SONY. Bhaskar Bharti was really much better, still don't understand why did they close the show.
The other shows of Hats Off Productions were really good - like Baa, Bahoo Aur Baby and the best comedy show - Khichdi
Edited on:19 April 2010 at 8:48am
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