Films and TV shows

Films and TV shows influence our lives to a great extent. Many people watch romantic couples on the screen and set their expectations high whereas reality turns out to be very different and this causes rifts and quarrels in coup,e relationships.

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Ranjana Kamo
August 30, 2017

6 Comments

  1. Ibada, Satarupa, Manish, Utkarsh and Anshulika,

    Thanks for echoing my thoughts and agreeing on the points raised.

  2. While films do mirror real life, though highly fantasized, TV shows are far from reality and probably that’s why more people watch them. I really doubt if modern people get influenced by them. They know that what they watch in that box is far from reality. If there are rifts and differences due to the tele-shows, then I think one can even blame the weather for such differences!

  3. Totally agree.
    Most of the delusions which people have in relationships stem from what is shown on TV, most of which is pure fiction and nowhere near reality.

  4. Yeah that is right!
    Cinema should be treated as an entertanining entity.
    “Reel life and Real life” should be kept separate.
    Couple fights are just a result of immaturity. Media has spoiled the teenage generation by showing such things on daily basis on TV shows.

    I think parents should be open to discussions on such issues and educate thier child.
    Parents are ought to become friends once a child crosses his tender age.

  5. Come on take things with a light heart. Bollywood flicks last 2.5-3 hours. Is life really that short? Cinema is for you entertainment. Learn from the positives and deal with negatives real life throws with your maturity. Cinema is a reflection of parts of life not an exact cut-copy version.

  6. That is true. In fact, I blame Bollywood for a lot of the eve teasing women have to endure daily. All our movies show the hero stalking, chasing, teasing the heroine. and these are applauded and normalised as what one does to get the girl. Most of our movies and shows lack a practical and sensitive depiction of romantic relationships

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