Laughter is the best medicine, but an overdose can often have awful side-effects. Last year, the much-hyped comedy show on TV, Mad In India, was axed within a few months of its launch.
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When Anil Kapoor adapted the international TV show, 24, for the Indian television, it brought back the focus on western-inspired shows.
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Television lovers are likely to have a great start to 2015 as many new shows are set to hit the tube. From reality and daily soaps to remakes and thrillers, TV will have something to offer to viewers across ages. Here's what you can look...
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Not many know that film-maker Anurag Basu has directed the pilot episodes of popular soaps like Kyunki... Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Kasautii Zindagi Kii and Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki.
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Not only is talent from Bollywood entering television, but scenes from Bollywood films also seem to be making their way to popular shows. While some blame it on the dearth of new ideas in television, others justify that the treatment of theset...
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Television may not always be a lucky medium for actors. Year 2014 saw a horde of film actors, including Amitabh Bachchan, try their luck on the small screen, but they hardly managed to make a mark. Here's a look at how they fared.
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Most TV shows tend to have a romantic track, and fans keenly follow the various twists and turns in the love stories of their favourite on-screen couples. In order to ensure that their pairing is a success, the actor and actress must ensure that...
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The year 2014 was refreshingly different for Indian TV, thanks to cross-over series from across the border. Pakistani TV shows like Zindagi Gulzar Hai and Humsafar not only captivated audiences but also topped the charts.
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The new generation of TV actors is in a rush to bag lead roles in movies, and many, such as Barun Sobti, have even succeeded. Manish Paul, Jay Bhanushali, Karan Kundra, Karanvir Bohra, Hussain Kuwajerwala and Sara Khan are some of the other TV...
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Director Kabir Sadanand, whose movie Fugly came out earlier this year, is going back to "where it all started - television", albeit for now just as a producer.
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