MUMBAI: Indian television shows have been a part of the audience's daily lives for a long time now. Over the course of time, the type and platform of content changed a lot but people still wish to go back to the television dramas and call it their comfort zone.
The Indian television shows have usually the same old plot line revolving around families and marriages. But there have been shows that have not been afraid to experiment and created out of the box shows.
Here are a few of them:
Mahakumbh on Life OK
The show starring Gautam Rode, is about a supernatural secret that has been kept a secret for more than a thousand years. Gautam Rode underwent a transformation to play the tough Rudra in the show. On television, it turned out to be an unusual endeavour.
Pukaar on Life OK
Rannvijay Singh, termed "television's new action hero,” marked his return through this show on Life OK, is a radically different endeavour from the other shows now airing. The protagonist of the show is Major Rajveer, an army officer who thinks that every soldier is a superhero in the modern world. Pukaar is a full-fledged action thriller that will keep action-loving viewers on the edge of their seats throughout the suspenseful programme.
Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyaar
Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyaar, a family drama from Sony Entertainment Television and Balaji Telefilms, took a unique method to narrating the tale of a divorced couple. It goes without saying that when married couples with children divorce, they can never lose contact with one another. They frequently nonetheless stay in touch for the benefit of the children, who somehow fall under both parents' care. The show claims to depict the reality of why parents cannot divorce their partners.
Laut Aao Trisha
Laut Aao Trisha, which was influenced by the American television programme "Missing," is about a millionaire's missing daughter and the scandals involving her family. Extramarital affairs, conflicts within a business family, resentment, backstabbing, selfish motives for forging or severing connections, and the unselfish love of a mother for her daughter have all been compiled in the screenplay of the show, providing viewers with a reality check.
Nisha Aur Uske Cousins
Nisha Aur Uske Cousins on Star Plus was another youth programme with family drama mixed in. The show, however, had a really youthful vibe to it. It addressed adolescent challenges, teen confusions, generational conflicts, and difficulties with youthful relationships. The show effectively illustrated the type of relationship that children should have with their family members today.
A new addition to the list of the channel's prime time fiction is Everest, produced by Star Plus and Ashutosh Gowariker. The plot of the show centres on a little girl's desire to scale Mount Everest's height. Her father, who is also an army general, regrets having a daughter rather than a son who can't carry out his wishes. She resolves to climb to the mountaintop after being unable to handle her father's rejection in order to win back her father's affection. Not to mention that the show's cinematography has been outstanding thus far in the outdoor location shooting.
Although they are two related families, the Ahujas and the Ahluwalias have different parenting philosophies. While Sweety Ahluwalia is severe, Pinky Ahluwalia favours a cordial demeanour. The show portrayed different approaches towards parenting and was really well executed.
The show starring Anil Kapoor that aired on Colors Tv gained a lot of love and turned eyes with its plot and cast. The plot was about a now-reclusive Jai Singh Rathod is invited to return to stop a drug lord named Haroon Sherchan from unleashing a virus unless the Indian government frees his brother from prison.
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