So humongously boring!

With fresh episodes ER and Friends and My Family unable to catch up with me (Hold on! I meant something else!), my TV watching has declined from luxurious hours to petty minutes. Am in no indulgent mood to indulge in where every serial is indulging. But skimming over everything looks possible enough. So here's it:

Zee TV:

The headache of headaches--Tamanna House is finally dumped. Whatever happened to the creative team at Zee to have actually allowed this one on-air for (hold-your-breath!) 12 weeks? Anyways, let's not talk ill of the dead. The sadder part is, another sob-story which goes by the name of Tumari Disha has replaced it and the initial blurb (that of a protagonist sacrificing her lover for her sister on realising she's adopted) promises another torturous epic.

Another cheap replica of K-serials, called Reth-- promises to bring forth the agony of a rape victim. Leaving aside the fact how stinkingly and stereotypically its been dealt with by its makers, I don't understand the concept of showing something so depressing and regressive on screen during prime time. I thought television watching was all about relaxing and unwinding. Sadly, watching a weeping girl being smacked left-right verbally by every member of the house, night after night, pushes all the wrong buttons. Now let's reserve such stuff for weeklies maybe and have some talk shows, comedies, goofy sitcoms instead. Anybody listening?

The regulars of this channel-- Kittie Party and Lavanya-- barely deserve a mention. The former has got a heart-change and resembles a C-grade thriller yawningly stretched to fill up the half-hour slot while the latter is afloat thanks to above-middle standard camaradarie between the actors.

No, I don't watch Zee's other glycerin-infested soaps like Astitva, Piya Ka Ghar etc etc so shall wind up my comments with the hilariously conceptualised and presented India's Best: cinestars Ki Khoj-- a talent-hunt show that brings together every week wannabe-stars from every nook of India. A tacky cousin of Miss India, it promises half-hour of absolute buffoonery as we witness some 30-40 contestants trying to mouth dialogues, shake a leg, answer stupid questions from almost-established-or-rejected film personalities (masquerading as guests) only to be shown "IN" and "OUT" boards after every stage. Leaving alone its selection criteria, concept etc, exactly what's all the fuss about? Promising to bring forth talent from every corner of the country, the show's only going to select 2 from the thousands who participated. Exactly why is so much money wasted in erecting sets in different cities etc when finally a handful of them are going to make it? I bet with the time and shoddy effort they are taking to bring in 2 newbies to the industry, dozens are flowing in far more easily through other routes (and they do!). A pucca time waste for all those who participate, who are involved and who watch this migraine-inducing stuff.

Sony TV:

Though there's no limit to which Zee sucks, Sony TV seems to be catching up. Just look at the line-up they have for prime time-- Jassi Jaissi koi Nahin, Kkusum, Hum 2 Hain Na, Ayushman and yeh Meri Life Hai. 5! Yes, 5 absolute pakaoo serials in a row! No, I won't talk about any of these as besides hating them from the bottom of my toe-nail, I haven't got a clue exactly which Indians do these talk about. Where do we see such weird characters, and who lands up in the weird situations the characters in these land up? Exactly what are these? Who are the people making them? And who in the world is watching them?

Looks like the best way to deal with life's biggest questions is to not ask them. Sigh!

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