Just when Salman Khan surprises us all by standing up for women on Bigg Boss, he throws a curveball and makes a woman cry on the show.
Bigg Boss is slowly turning into one big yawn. And I’m one of the few people I know who is extremely accepting of its mediocrity.
If anyone knows how to market a show or a film, it’s Aamir Khan and his finale episode of Satyamev Jayate just proves that.
Divakaruni wrote a book about sisters of the heart. Now it seems her novel has an illegitimate sister on television. She says the popular serial Mera Naseeb on Zindagi rips off her story without permission.
Episode 11 of Splitsvilla 7 was aptly titled Dumbolina, intuitively perceiving how the audience would feel after watching the show.
Shah Rukh has been roped in to host 'Got Talent World Stage Live' a first-of-its kind global on-ground extension of 'Got Talent' franchise premiering in India.
Our TV ads have shown young women discovering the fun of partying. But as soon as she becomes a mom she turns into a ladle-wielding creature, pouring out cereal or loading the washing machine. Someone give the mother a break.
The problem with reality shows like Jhalak DIkhhla Jaa is they start our with the pick of the celeb litter. But as the seasons go on, the celeb quotient starts scraping the bottom of the barrel.
Should you watch it? I’d say yes. It’s a good way to see how people can stretch themselves mentally and physically. It’s also a great example of the fact that size doesn’t matter. The biggest and beefiest of the lot seem incapable of completing stunts, while the seemingly unfit like Ranvir seem to do so with élan as do the very slight women.
This is the sixth season of the dance and reality show, in which celebrity couples display their dancing chops. The only problem is, there are only so many TV celebrities in Mumbai and so, six seasons later, it seems finding a participant with a recognisable face is a challenge
Would you trade your child for two packets of coffee? If you’re on Bigg Boss, you would.
Unlike Band Baaja Bride, Trinny and Susannah's Makeover Mission India isn't all about making your husband love you more. Neither the show nor the participants take themselves too seriously.
The original formula of Come Dine with Me, should work for an India audience, because it's more about drama than the food. But...
Makeover shows in India don't just make you over, they run you over. At least What Not to Wear India isn't quite as cruel as Band Baaja Bride where a guest will probably kill the host with her stiletto someday.
Arvind Kejriwal on television these days is everything a politician should not be. He actually comes across as reasonable, sincere and open to admitting mistakes. But will that spell success in a political career?