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7 Things Indian TV Shows need to get rid of

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Mix helpless heroine, a wealthy hero and a wealthier vamp and voila! Result? A prime time Indian saas-bahu soap. I agree Indian TV shows need a complete makeover, but getting rid of these things could make them a little bearable.

1. Those Strong Arms

When God designed human arms, I am sure that he made them to be used for a zillion things. Still, our heroes don’t seem to mind using it for just one sole purpose – saving the heroine from the fall and staring into her eyes (which I am sure appear the same when you look at them when you are standing or sitting) even when the world around them is falling apart. Don’t we deserve to watch a better-scripted scene to hint at their possible romance than stare at the cliché 1-minute long stare watch?

2. That Fake New Face

No, no, I am not talking about new characters. I am talking about those characters who die only to come back with a new face with the help of such incredible surgery and staleness still lingers in the show. Wouldn’t it be nice to have new faces with new personalities to add spice to a bland taste?7 Things Indian TV Shows need to get rid of_02

3. Age Resistant Grandmothers

How I wish I had the option to look ageless! Just for safekeeping (just kidding). No wrinkles, perfect hair and heavy jewellery. It won’t hurt the show to add a realistic touch which must begin by altering the appearances and make an 80-year-old grandmother look like one rather than look like a 30-year-old or better why not cast people who are approximately of that age, nothing beats the natural look. These grandmothers are pretty high maintenance.7 Things Indian TV Shows need to get rid of_03

4. Superficiality

Dolled up woman, macho men, comfortable houses, squinting vamps, parenting issues and that’s it. These are the only things a Hindi TV show comprises of. Let’s dig deeper than the obvious. Let’s make the audiences think not about the suspense of the plot but the suspense of the characters. What makes the characters the way they are? Let’s give audiences perspective and make them think. A bad boy readily changes to a good guy because of the good influence of his love, but they don’t show the transition. The struggle of the character to go against his nature and being someone that everyone is expecting him to be. Love-hate stories are now getting boring. How about a love story but with its own challenges. Let the situations bring out the characters with their own baggage and instead of everything being black and white, let it be grey.7 Things Indian TV Shows need to get rid of_04

5. Telepathy

I do believe in telepathy. But the idea of people who don’t have control on their five senses to be able to sense the other person’s feelings despite being 10 km apart is just lost on me. Yogis doing that I get it. Regular people, not so much.7 Things Indian TV Shows need to get rid of_05

6. Fancy Dresses Heroine Can’t Help Herself With

I have no clue how did our heroine used to tie the dori in her blouse or suit until our hero with his nimble hands came along. All you girls make sure you commit the mistake of wearing it when you don’t have the hero by your side.7 Things Indian TV Shows need to get rid of_06

7. Cliché Stuff

Don’t even get me started on this one. There are so many. Hero-heroine spending a night alone in a forest alone with limited resources. Hero beats up the goons and the heroine nurses his bruised hand by covering it with her dupatta. The heroine is sati savitri while living in the 21st century, and the hero is a cynic. They go to bed with makeup and wake up just the same. Wish I didn’t look hideous when I wake up in the morning. The heroine’s mother-in-law is the antagonist, whose only amusement is seeing the heroine suffer. The list goes on. Can the serials be any more predictable?7 Things Indian TV Shows need to get rid of_07

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Keanu Reeves Returns with “The Matrix Resurrection”

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The expectation of the unexpected fourth instalment of The Matrix Resurrections in the sci-fi establishment has started with another banner prodding the arrival of its first trailer.

The film Matrix 4 comes out 18-years after The Matrix Revolutions. It is planning to be the last film in a trilogy reporting the transformation of Computer programmer Thomas Anderson into cybercriminal Neo. As he finds the conventional world, he occupies a recreated reality.

Loosening up the expectation, with a special promotional. It highlights red and blue pills sit next to each other underneath the clear message: ‘The Choice is yours.’ Fans of the famous establishment will perceive the pills as a definitive choice given to Neo, played by Keanu Reeves, as he picks between life in the conflict assaulted real world or the ‘beautiful prison’ of a substitute reality. Penetrating static fills in as the scenery, as small strings of Matrix code has seen falling inside the pills before the whole scene liquefies.

Fans can proceed with their adventure on WhatIsTheMatrix.com, an intelligent pick your-own-experience style site. Given a similar decision there, red brings you down a rabbit hole where you’re told: ‘This is the moment for you to show us what’s real.’ Then scenes from the film teaser, showing the slight hindrance between the natural world and the fake world known as The Matrix. One of the Best Scenes is Reeves’ Neo gulping a blue pill while a lot more seasoned, a balder man shows up in his appearance.

The scenes reviewed rely upon which pill selection and each emphasis on the decision made. The Red Pill requests that the watcher go further into the reality behind the Matrix. While the Blue Pill cautions them to avoid it again so as not to agitate the norm and welcome undesirable risk.

Still, the viewer’s decision makes, in any case, every secret seems to end with a brief look at Keanu Reeves as Neo, with different eyes. He either collaborates with characters who could be his partners in the film or plans to fight against its expected scalawags, be they Agents, pernicious projects, or even people.

The person who clicks on the blue pill will hear Harris’s voiceover saying: “You’ve lost your capacity to discern reality from fiction.” Before encouraging the viewer to embrace that their situation is genuine. At the current time, streaks on the screen, and Harris peruses it, saying, “anything else is your mind playing tricks on you.” By contrast, ones’ who click on the red pill hear Abdul-Mateen’s voice revealing to them that while they trust it’s the current time — once more. With Abdul-Mateen perusing the time out loud — “that couldn’t be further from the truth.” Regardless, a progression of quick-cut shots from “Revivals” streaks on the screen during the two situations. As each time a viewer taps on a pill, the recording changes.

‘This could be this is the first day of the rest of your life, but if you want it, you gotta fight for it.’ The portrayal wraps while showing star Keanu Reeves prepared to battle. Then, at that point, finishing on a vile note, they show somebody contacting the PC port at the rear of their head and inquire: ‘We don’t want anyone to get hurt, do we?’

From visionary movie producer Lana Wachowski. The new film reunites unique stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss as Neo and Trinity, the infamous roles they made well known.’ The first Matrix film in 1999 met with much essential acclaim upon its introduction. The element is following up by two other movies, which were both delivered in 2003. Warner Bros. uncovered the title for the fourth Matrix film during its CinemaCon board. The Matrix Resurrections will release on December 22, 2021.

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BTS Army Rents Billboards In Mumbai To Celebrate BTS Jungkook’s Birthday

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Golden Maknae BTS Jungkook will be celebrating his 24th birthday on September 1, 2021, as Army’s all over the world prepare to wish him a happy birthday. Millions of fans have united to create thoughtful and extravagant birthday projects celebrating his birthday throughout the world. There’s nothing that is going unturned by the Army to make Jungkook’s day as special as possible.

With projects ranging from cruise ships to drones, Jungkook has exerted his influence across many fields. According to reports, his birthday ads will be played 1000 times on LED boards. Twitter is flooded with Happy Birthday Jungkook messages.

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Obviously, India is part of the mix as well. India is set to get its first Jungkook bus shelter advertisement in Mulund, Mumbai. For the first time, India has seen such posters and this project on such a large scale in the country so far.

Jungkook’s Indian fan base dedicated a billboard to him. According to a tweet posted by @Jungkook_INDIA, fans in Mumbai have rented a bus stop billboard in Mulund West, adorning it with pictures of Jungkook, also quoting, “You are the cause of my Euphoria.” Bus Shelter advertisement also showed QR codes to Jungkook’s solo hits such as Begin, Euphoria, My Time, and Still With You. Bus Shelter Advertisement will be displayed until September 4, 2021.

Upon being asked about the project, @Jungkook_INDIA replied, “We choose Mulund since it’s in Mumbai, where it is easily accessible for more ARMYs to come and see the project. This is not the first time a foreign artist/K-pop idol on the billboard in India, another fandom already done that, but it is the first time for a bus shelter billboard. We did this to show our love and support, and we are glad if locals came to know more about BTS through the billboard”.

This is just the tip of the iceberg. There are countless charity projects and other billboards that will mark the singer’s 24th birthday. The Billboard project is another illustration of how K-pop’s fan following in India is immensely growing.

BTS is a popular South Korean boy band and Jeon Jungkook is the youngest member of the band. There are seven members of the group — RM, Jin, Suga, Jhope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. They enjoy a massive fan following internationally, India being no exception. BTS seems to connect with a massive number of people irrespective of their language because they talk about topics that many artists of today’s generation may have failed to do. These seven young men talk about discrimination, gender equality, mental illness, loving oneself, etc. Their songs resonate with people belonging to any age and background. Moreover, they cover a wide variety of genres. The group debuted on June 13, 2013; despite all the odds against them, the BTS members each succeeded in their own way. Each member has their own unique personality and talents that make the group so great.

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Journey of Raj Kundra: From IPL owner to Porn Movies Producer

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Businessman Raj Kundra has hit the headlines after his arrest by the Mumbai police for having a connection in the production and distribution of pornographic content. Kundra has been involved in many controversies. Be it money laundering, drama from a first marriage or a criminal case from Poonam Pandey, he has had it all.

Going back to the beginning of Raj Kundra

Born in Ludhiana, he migrated to the United Kingdom in childhood. At the age of 18, he went to Dubai and then later to Nepal, where he started a shawl business. He later began selling shawls to fashion companies in Britain that lead to an increase in his fortunes. After entering the construction sector in Dubai, he developed connections in Bollywood and got into film production. He met Shilpa Shetty and married her.

Together they owned the Rajasthan Royals team in the Indian Premier League (IPL). But, this ownership didn’t last for long as in 2013 came Kundra’s major scandal for match-fixing. He was alleged to have a role in spot-fixing and was banned for a lifetime from IPL.

The current case involves Kundra in an adult film racket. Earlier this year, the Mumbai police had arrested a group of people for allegedly forcing women into porn movies. The group was targeting models and females who aspired to enter Bollywood. They forced these women to act in pornographic content on the pretext of giving them roles.

The movies were circulated on mobile apps, offering subscriptions along the lines of mainstream OTT platforms. They would then advertise on social media platforms to promote such content. Since pornography is illegal in India, this too was against the law.

The police then believed two aspects of this racket. One was catching those that produced these explicit adult content and those who circulated these tapes. Quite a bit of the production houses broadcasting such content was traced from servers outside the country. One such production house was sourced to a UK based organisation found uploading such content. The executive of that company, Umesh Kamat, was charged and arrested. It was then discovered that Kundra’s alleged connection to Kamat and the company that uploaded such pornographic content brought him into the controversy.

After his arrest, Kundra was booked under various IPC sections. IPC 420 that deals with cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property. IPC 34 condemns acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention. IPC 292 and 293, that’s related to obscene and indecent advertisements and displays

Kundra might also face charges in accordance to the IT Act and the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act.

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