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Posted: 19 December 2012 at 1:31am | IP Logged
Sizzing Jodis of TV-Whiich One You Like the Most?

You know when I was told to write on TV jodis I was bit baffled!!! I mean .. look at 'em .. they are just sooo puurrfect!!! How can I praise them with someone when I all I want these hotties assigned to myself. Each one of you want a chunk of these hunks and hotties!! There are literally millions of gals who keep praying to God for a husband hot like Vivian or Gurmeet or Barun.

Ahaan Greedy gals... Sadly they have been assigned to someone else in the real life and reel life too!! And greed never pays back in good ... so here I am praising them with an envy but a wishing heart. Let's take a tour of the best TV jodis life.

Barun Sobti & Sanaya IraniThis was undoubtedly the jodi that ruled the small screen all through the year. I have already written zillion times and once more, in times coming, I don't think any other couple would be loved as much as "ASR and Khushi."

One was rustic the other was arrogant and one was sweet the other one was too tight lipped to even smile. Still they fell in love with each other and audience with them. The way Arnav bear Khushi's nuisances, her new tasks and her whims it was hilarious to see what she put him through and Arnav surviving another Khushi day.

Gurmeet Chaudhary & Kratika Sengar Have you heard of "silent affair"? That is what "Yash & Aarti" are upto as a "Punar Vivahit" couple. Parents of three kids, they have a budding love story between them and surprisingly, being parent only adds to the classic tale of love.

The most lovable part for them is their silent vows and support for each other. Yash with his bare chest looks has finally been able to woo Aarti with his love and Yash is too head over heels for his saree clad simple wifey!!!

Vivian D' Sena & Drashti Dhami Their chemistry was "anything but a couple" when they stormed on the screen. Immense hatred, a zeal to kill each other and vowing never to let live happily was their motto in the beginning. But Cupid was finally successful in striking RK and Madhubala.

Both soon fell in love, though still elbowing each other on the way but banging heads in love rather than swords. Their love hate relationship has finally come to truce in love.

Madhu is the one RK was looking whole his life and found solace in her selfless and pious love. The way they look at each other says it all that they found life-mates!

Mohit Raina & Sonarika Bhadoria This couple is the most respected on TV. Who would dare to beat the divine couple ofShiv & Parvati. Mohit and Sonarika look just like cut out for the characters and while astonishing their chemistry is, they have been successful to make an impact on the screen which had never been done before in the mythological serials.

These two complete each other in the serial and their chemistry is stupendous. When they come together on TV, it just lights get brighter.

Karan Singh Grover & Surbhi Jyoti Asad and Zoya are newbies on the block. They are yet to discover their feelings for each other but I'm sure in coming time we will witness some momentous love for each other.

Zoya and Asad are sure to emerge as one of the favorite jodis of 2013.

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amit pachori better knwn as tantya tope of jhansi ki raani certainely needs no introduction . from an angry parshuram to a gentle tantya , amit has successfully been entertaining the masses . and now he is back to his best with newly launched colors mythological show where he plays lord shiva . 

Talking about his character he says that he feels blessed to play lord shiva the second time . He endlessly thanks sagars who considered him suitable for the role . he continues that he loves playing mahadev and he has learnt alot by enacting shiva .

When quizzed about mahadev , a show on shiva . He says that mohit is enacting the role very well . kudos to him for doing so . he ends up saying that he too wanted to act in the show and was even offered to essay the role of shivas greatest ever devottee RAVAAN .

Ask him what went wrong he quotes , I feel that sagars had been a huge reason of my success . so , when they asked me to play shiva in durga i couldnt say no . 

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The tube rediscovers mythological shows

Friday, December 21, 2012 | 12:40:18 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)   Comments 13 Comments
The tube rediscovers mythological shows

It's a known fact that viewers crave for a daily dose of high voltage "saas-bahu" sagas, but this year they seem to have acquired a taste for mythological shows like "Devon Ka Dev Mahadev". And what makes such shows more delectable

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It's a known fact that viewers crave for a daily dose of high voltage "saas-bahu" sagas, but this year they seem to have acquired a taste for mythological shows like "Devon Ka Dev Mahadev". And what makes such shows more delectable is the use of computer-generated visual effects, their makers say.

Other than Life OK's "Devon Ke Dev. Mahadev", parallel running shows include a new "Ramayan" on Zee TV and "Jai Jai Jai Bajrangbali" on Sahara One.

Ajit Thakur, head of the Life Ok channel, told IANS that "Mahadev" is the outcome of their endeavour to avoid the trap of typical dramas and do something different.

"When we started with Life Ok, we wanted to do something different from the regular saas-bahu sagas. Plus, we wanted to do something topical, which is relevant to society. The story of 'Mahadev' is relevant today. It talks about today's topics and everyone can connect with it," he said.

This is not the first time that mythological shows have become a hit on tube. Who can forget the days of Ramanand Sagar's "Ramayan" and B.R. Chopra's "Mahabharat" when streets used to empty out when they were aired?

But after that, viewers shifted their focus to saas-bahu sagas, fiction, reality and crime shows. This year, however, mythological shows have come full circle.

Many think such shows are a sure shot success recipe. But digging out new and engrossing stories from the manuscripts is a Herculean task for the makers.

Ramanand Sagar's son Moti Sagar, the producer of the new version of "Ramayan", reasoned if audiences don't find anything fresh in the story, they wouldn't watch the show.

"The show must be accepted by the audience. It should not be like a re-run. It is very important to maintain the freshness in the shows," he said.

Nikhil Sinha, the producer of "Mahadev", agreed. He felt the show became popular because it has been presented with a different perspective.

"The show has to be unique... the novelty factor is important. The way we have told Lord Shiva's life story hasn't been told before. 'Mahadev' has audiences of all age groups. Young audiences also love it. People don't want to miss a single episode. The feedback has really been encouraging," he said.

And what's more, the use of advanced technologies enhances the backdrop, making a show interesting and engrossing.

"Advancement in technology has helped in making things look more authentic. It surely helps. VFX are very good these days. We are using the latest technology and techniques," Sagar told IANS, stressing that "editing is very important".

Thakur agreed that computer graphics have added zing to "Mahadev".

"To make it different, we have used a lot of computer graphics. It has worked for us, but I must say even we were surprised with the success," he said.

So far so good.

But with television audiences changing preferences, uncertainty looms over the popularity of the genre.

"The genre has become successful after 'Mahadev' got accepted and people want to see such shows. Channels want to take such shows on, but for how long this genre will stay is not known," Sagar said.

Ambiguity notwithstanding, the current popularity of these shows helped open the floodgates, eventually prompting other channels to also air new mythological shows. One of the recent ones is "Jai Jagjanani Maa Durga" that went on air Dec 17 on Colors.

There are said to be more such shows in the pipeline.

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devon ke dev mahadev review 2 copyAbout Devon ke Dev Mahadev

Type: Mythological series based on Hindu Lord Shiva.

Story Base: Journey of Lord Shiva from a hermit to a house holder.

Original Channel : Life OK

Air Time: Every Weekday at 08:00 PM (IST)

Running Time: 22 minutes (Approx)


     I am very happy to review 'Devon ke dev Mahadev' for second time. I thank all DKDM readers for huge response to my last review. Those who have not read it can click here.Remember that this is Running review. This means that Serial is On AiR and this review may be changed after completion of serial.


     As usual, Mahit Raina is delivering best out of him. Sonarika Bhadoria suits Mohit justifying the character of Devi Parvati. Apart from Mahadev and Parvati I would like to mention 3 best characters for their outstanding performance.

1. Saurabh Raj as Lord Vishnu

2. Raj Premi as Demon Tarakasur

2. Manoj Kolhatkar as sage Dadhichi

     Heart of the series Mohit Raina is playing outstanding performance as Mahadev in lead role. Looking at other characters, Sonarika Bhadoria (who was not so impressive for me during her initial days) is also performing great. I can't believe that she is just 18 years old! All previous actors are performing well. They are very impressive. But I am disappointed with casting of new characters introduced after Sonarika. Except Ashnoor Kaur (as Ashokasundari), I am a bit upset with Senapati Kartikeya and Young Vinayak's character. There is no doubt about their acting talent but those characters could be symbolized in better way.

     I still like Lord Vishnu's smile. If possible, please publish HD wallpapers of Vishnu, Brahma and other god and goddess.

Songs and Music:

     Luminious sound of "Shiiivaaa…." still keeps me waiting for next slot of the serial. I congratulate Sandeep Mukherjee, Kartik, and composer duo Inder Bawra and Sunny Bawra for wonderful composion and background music. Young Vinayak's Naughty background music is amusing and entertaining.


     As it is mythological theme based series, there is no scope to add extra masala. Actually, I was not introduced with Ashokasundari before DKDM in any mythological series. It seems like Mihit Bhutia, Brij Mohan Pandey and Subrat Sinha had deep research in Bodhisattva.


     Generally, mythological serials have boring kind of dialogues due to influence of Sanskrit words into them. As I said earlier, language pack for Mahadev is mixed with some Hindi words which give ease of understanding with same quality content. In last month, especially in November and December I found lack of Sanskrit words in some of the dialogues. I request makers to make dialogues more qualitative.


     I am fully satisfied with tempo. Not too boring and not too fast. It's perfect. Kali avatar, Senapati Kartikey' and Ashok Sundari's life has been represented within faultless time scale.

Bottom Line:

     Devon Ke Dev Mahadev is homage to the great culture and philosophy of Hinduism.

External Links:

Official website of Life OK Channel 

Mohit Raina Fan Page on Facebook

Karpuura-Gauram Karunna-Avataaram
Samsaara-Saaram Bhujage[a-I]ndra-Haaram |
Sadaa-Vasantam Hrdaya-Aravinde
Bhavam Bhavaanii-Sahitam Namaami ||

1: Pure White like Camphor, an manifestation of sympathy,
2: The spirit of experienced survival, Whose Garland is the King of Serpents,
3: Always house inside the Lotus of the Heart.
4: I Bow to Shiva and Shakti Together.

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This column stopped reviewing news channels a long time back. Neither am I an ardent fan of news channels. But there are occasions when I am thankful that they're there, warts and all. The horrific Delhi gang rape is a case in point.

The relentless coverage (except when it was
interrupted by the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election results) not only echoed the nation's rage and anguish; it also put pressure on the police and politicians to actually do something, instead of just mouthing platitudes and then moving on in the comfort of their official cars with red lights and sirens. No Yadav buses for them. All the coverage on all the channels may not have been ideal, but that doesn't matter.

All that matters is that they were there - and will continue to be there I hope - to give a voice to the fury of ordinary people and to say that 'enough is enough.' If it were not for the media, even a gang rape as terrible as this one would have been forgotten by our politicians in no time. The truth is that only when it is under severe, unrelenting pressure does the sarkar act.

Back in the world of our entertainment channels, nothing very much was going on. Colors has begun a new mythological serial, Jai Jag Janani Maa Durga (a bit of tragic irony there). The serial is made by the Sagars, who have for long been the TV industry's go-to guys when it comes to mythological/religious serials. I wish I could say something nice about the show but I can't.

The first major problem with Jai Jag Janani Maa Durga (or any desi mythological show for that matter) is that the special effects are so amateurish, even a schoolboy could probably conjure up better on his home PC. I understand that our shows can't quite do a Lord of the Rings, but even so, the special effects often border on the comical.

Sometimes this can be countered with decent acting and dialogue. But in Jai Jag Janani Maa Durga even these - so far - are tacky and clichd. There's Maa Durga in her heavenly abode, with a permanent beatific smile on her face, even when her subjects are being killed below on earth.

Yes, we get it, she will intervene at some stage, but maybe she can at least change her expression to suit the unfolding events, especially when the events are so awful. I do believe that in recent times the only mythological show that has worked is Devon Ke Dev Mahadev on Life OK. The effects here too are pretty cringe-making but the music and acting are both good.

After a long time, I tried to watch Bigg Boss (Colors) and I am happy to report that nothing has changed in that house in the last 70-odd days. Inhabitants are still doing one or some or all of the following (a) fighting and bickering (b) crying (c) bitching about each other (d) executing completely useless tasks set by the production house, I mean Bigg Boss. Sorry, even Salman Khan's presence doesn't help much.

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Triangle Film Company's Devon Ke Dev... Mahadev has been successfully entertaining viewers for quite some time.

The show has managed to win the hearts of viewers with its impressive story-telling and extraordinary performances. And now in order to grab some more eyeballs the makers are planning to introduce a new character to be played by Kishwar Merchant.

Sources inform that if everything goes well then Kishwar might play the role of an evil Daarka. She will worship goddess Parvati with full dedication in order to get blessed by her in return. Parvati will get impress by her devotion and will bless her. However, after receiving goddess Parvati's blessing Daarka will go ahead destroying everything and troubling people on earth. Kishwer will start shooting for her track from tomorrow (23 December 2012).

Kishwar remained unavailable for comment.

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TOI has been churning out exclusive developments about Triangle Film Company's celebrated show Devon Ke Dev.. Mahadev. Recently, we wrote about popular TV actress Kishwar Merchant entering the show. However, according to the latest news we hear that Kishwar has been shown the door owing to her tantrums and the role will now be played by seasoned actress Mita Vashisth. 

Sources inform that Kishwar who was earlier roped into play the role of an evil Daaruka was replaced at the last minute. After giving her final nod to the show, the actress backed out at the last minute citing date issues. Kishwar was expected to start her shoot from yesterday (23 December 2012). Well-known and talented actress Mita Vashisth has stepped in her shoes. 

All our efforts to reach Mita Vashisth were vain. 
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Devon Ke Dev Mahadev gives a strong competition to other daily soaps at 8 pm slot!
Posted on December 24, 2012 by Ridha

The '8' o'clock sign of prime time television has rotated itself by 90 degree and become the '8 ' infinity sign; because it is witnessing infinite changes and thus infinite options.

From family drama saga ' Balika Vadhu to a family's fight for justice ' Kaali, from a simple love triangle ' Rab Se Sohna Isshq to a supernatural love triangle ' Anamika and one of the strong ship in this sea of contenders is Devon Ke Dev Mahadev. So why do you think in spite of its channel Life Ok's lesser reach to the audience the show Devon Ke Dev Mahadev manages an amazing amount of reach and audience?

Well some might say that it is sheer luck, some might say that you never know what the audience like and why? Others might say that mythological shows are making a comeback so Devon Ke Dev Mahadev was in the right time and right space, but we say that there are more than a few things that makes the show so special and these specialties take the cream away from the top of every contender's cake.

The Cast: The Creative's, Production and the Channel of Devon Ke Dev Mahadev definitely know their work where casting is concerned. Understanding that the actors of the show will have sentimental values of thousands attach to their character, it is a huge responsibility to find the perfect match.

Devon Ke Dev Mahadev's team has indeed found the perfect match for the Mahadev ' Mohit Raina, Parvati ' Sonarika Bhadoria, although the shift from Sati ' Mouni Ganguly and her had created controversies and had led audiences to doubt Sonarika's potential; but as we all can see she has erased all doubts and etched herself in the mind of fans and followers with eminent grace.

The legacy of perfect match continues with Kartikeya ' Rushiraj Pawar, Ashok Sundari ' Ashnoor Kaur and now the cutest of all Ganesh ' Sadhil Kapoor.

The Online Followers: Devon Ke Dev Mahadev enjoys a wide range of fans and a part of it includes the online followers.

The shows loyal fan following make sure that episodes of Devon Ke Dev Mahadev online has ample amount of views. Not just the official channel of Life Ok on Youtube, but almost every online video portal has the views in thousands which includes not just the show but the promos.

The online forums are always decked with latest updates and feels like the creatives will have to do a little less research if they visit any such forums, as the fans there make sure they post truths, facts and stories related to Mahadev's life corresponding to the current and the upcoming track of the show. Some posts include there synopsis of the tracks and its treatment. In fact the Facebook Page of Life Ok and Devon Ke Dev Mahadev also make sure that it is updated with latest pictures, trivia and insights.

So don't forget to send us your Views, Reviews, Comments and Suggestions about Devon Ke Dev Mahadev and its specialties  Till then Keep Watching, Keep Enjoying the '8 infinite options at 8' and Keep Reading :) 

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