Naturalism has replaced drama on TV: Actress Divyanka Tripathi
Naturalism has replaced drama on TV: Actress Divyanka Tripathi

A wave of naturalism has brought a whiff of change in the content of Hindi TV shows, says actress Divyanka Tripathi, who credits the audience for pushing showmakers to pay greater attention to the storylines.

Top 5 Indian TV shows we want back!

Top 5 Indian TV shows we want back!

Pakistan's short, sweet stories dominated TV
Pakistan's short, sweet stories dominated TV

Typical saas-bahu sagas and run-of-the-mill concepts outlived their popularity on the small screen. This was evident from the success of finite series like ‘Zindagi Gulzar Hai’ and ‘Humsafar’ from Pakistan, which not only captivated audiences but also topped the charts.

Preetika Rao glad ‘Beintehaa’ not terminated
Preetika Rao glad ‘Beintehaa’ not terminated

Preetika Rao is relieved that her serial Beintehaa has not been terminated because of the eighth season of Bigg Boss, hosted by superstar Salman Khan.

TV has been close to my heart: Anupam Kher

Anupam Kher is making his TV production debut with ‘The Anupam Kher Show...Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai’.

Kangana Ranaut to launch TV show `Halla Bol`

Kangana Ranaut, who will be next seen on the silver screen in ‘Queen’, will launch a new TV show titled ‘Halla Bol’ here Friday.

John Abraham not ready to judge TV shows

While a lot of Bollywood celebrities are experimenting with the small screen, especially judging reality shows, actor-producer John Abraham wants to stay away from it.

It`s a difficult situation for me: Salman Khan

The seventh season of ‘Bigg Boss’ is ready to hit the tube Sep 15 and Salman Khan is all set to take up the host`s seat for the fourth consecutive year.

Small screen offers big entertainment in 2013

The Indian small screen is ready with its dose of entertainment for the New Year. Watch out for new concepts, storylines and fresh seasons of popular shows in 2013.

Indian version of `Come Dine With Me` soon?

Britain`s popular reality cookery show ‘Come Dine With Me’ is making its way to Indian TV screens soon.

12.12.12 - a day of twists and turns in TV shows

Some popular shows of Sony are set for major twists and turns Wednesday, which happens to be 12.12.12.

TV show `CID` could soon be a film

Indian television`s longest running detective show ‘CID’ might soon be a film, says producer BP Singh, promising more action, a unique storyline and different styling with the same cast.

TV`s popularity attracts movie actors: Vipul Shah

Vipul Amrutlal Shah, who started his career with television show ‘Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka’, says TV has become such a popular medium that it is attracting film stars in a big way.

`Sarabhai vs Sarabhai` won`t come back: Deven Bhojani

Viewers enjoyed every episode of ‘Sarabhai vs Sarabhai’, the funny story of a dysfunctional family, and have been waiting for its next season. But there won`t be a second edition of the comedy, says Deven Bhojani who directed it.

No exciting roles on TV, says Milind Soman

He was a popular face on Indian television in 90s but model-actor Milind Soman says he is not getting any exciting roles to make a comeback.

No creativity in daily soaps, says Karan Kundra

TV actor Karan Kundra says daily soaps do not involve any creativity and he has no plans to do them in the near future.