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Ek Nayi Ummeed – Roshni TV review: Pooja Gor and Amol Palekar give it an international standard
It’s probably the first Indian medical drama that will not be based on love or saas bahu drama
We’ve had so many medical shows like Dill Mill Gayye, Sanjeevani and Zindagi Wins, but none have been purely on medicine or the life of doctors. Click here to read more
Dance India Dance 5 TV review: Great contestants, interesting judges and some mind blowing performances
Finally a new season of some innovative dancing and great judging
Dance India Dance 5 has finally on air and the season is looking very interesting and full of surprises. After seeing Geeta Tandon, Terence Lewis and Remo D’souza judge these show for so many seasons it’s finally time to bring in some new talent. Click here to read more
Gulmohar Grand TV review: Aakanksha Singh and Gaurav Chopra’s new show tells an interesting tale
Star Plus’ new show is out of the ordinary and definitely a good choice for Sunday night viewing
Earlier Star Plus had come up with a show that revolved around the airline industry and their daily encounters; now their new show is about the hotel industry. This is not the first time we’ve come across a show that revolves around this hospitality industry, if you remember a few years back there was a show called Hotel Kingston on Star One Click here to read more
Fear Files 2 TV review: It’s not for horror fans but a treat for those who scare easy
It’s one of my favourite genres of entertainment even before romance and comedy – but like all the other horror shows this one fails to scare me too
Fear Files 2 Har Mod Pe Darr as they claim is supposed to attack every kind of fear that plagues the mind. Click here to read more
Reporters TV review: Rajeev Khandelwal and Kritika Kamra are authentic as journalists
Sony TV’s new show is definitely a welcome change from saas-bahu sagas
The first episode of Rajeev Khandelwal and Kritika Kamra’s Reporters went on air today and we are mighty impressed with the story, characterisation, filming and the concept. Click here to read more
Nisha Aur Uske Cousins TV review: Aneri Vajani’s show has the scope to be a big hit!
Star Plus’ new show is energetic, vivacious, interesting but the actors still need a little bit more polish when it comes to their craft
Nisha Aur Uske Cousins is the story of seven siblings living in a joint family. The head of the family – Dadaji (VM Badola) is a strict disciplinarian, who runs a tight ship. Everyone is expected to follow his command. Well with such strict rules, rule breakers are automatically born, right? Click here to read more
Kaun Banega Crorepati 8 TV review: Amitabh Bachchan and Kapil Sharma keep it entertaining and engaging
Two hours and we still haven’t had enough of the legendary actor
It was the grand premiere of Amitabh Bachchan’s Kaun Banega Crorepati 8 tonight and there was not a single low moment. Click here to read more
Punar Vivah – Ek Nayi Umeed TV review: Srishty Rode is par excellence!
The show is a breath of fresh air in terms of the characters. That doesn’t mean it’s devoid of the clichés that haunt Hindi soaps
Punar Vivah Ek Nayi Umeed started with Raj (Karan V Grover) and Sarita’s (Srishty Rode) marriage ceremony. It was an alliance arranged by their parents. While Sarita was prepared to commit her whole life and future to her husband, Raj did not want it that way. Click here to read more
Chhanchhan TV review: Sanaya Irani and Supriya Pathak drive this saas-bahu saga!
Sony TV’s new show is entertaining, engaging, and witty too at times, in spite of being a saas bahu saga
Chhanchhan is the story of a modern woman who can handle her family, career, and her love life with utmost ease. That itself had us intrigued, and watching experienced and talented actors like Supriya Pathak and Sanaya Irani was an added bonus. Click here to read more
SAVITRI TV review: A visual treat, but disappointing story!
It’s a love saga that’s been seen many times before, but this time the baddie is someone who can’t be killed – of course, we don’t believe that! Do you?
Life OK is getting ambitious – and why shouldn’t it! The first mythological show on the channel, Mahadev is doing exceptionally well, so the folks in programming are now trying to pull the audiences in with another fantasy show. Click here to read more
‘Satyamev Jayate’ Independence Day episode: Was Aamir Khan’s show really successful?
Did Aamir Khan’s TV chat show work? The August 15 special episode traced the Satyamev Jayate team’s journey and the show’s impact
As the familiar tune of Satyamev Jayate from Aamir Khan‘s chat show reverberated from the TV screens today, it took us back to the many Sundays we had spent watching the show and admiring the actor-turned-crusader. This time though, the show was being aired on a Wednesday, for a very special reason: today is August 15 – the Indian Independence Day. It was a clever strategy by Star India to schedule the telecast of the final episode, titled Satyamev Jayate Ka Safar, for a time when most TV channels were airing I-Day specials and the National channel, the Prime Minister’s speech. So what was the response to Satyamev Jayate? Was it really a lasting success, or has the euphoria died down? Let’s take a look. Click here to read more