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Time was when, on television, love used to be expressed with a comforting hug, a peck on the cheek or a warm embrace in dimly lit settings. Little did the Indian viewer imagine watching 30 minutes of steamy romance, replete with lip-locks and bedroom scenes. But that’s what is happening now. A recent episode of Ekta Kapoor’s “Bade Achhe Lagte Hain” saw its protagonists, essayed by seasoned actors Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar, getting more up, close and personal than most family audiences could digest.
It was the consummation scene – where the 40-plus rich hero took his marriage of convenience to a different level by showering his 30-plus middle-class wife with love and passion.Aesthetically shot, the March 12 episode of the show, produced by “The Dirty Picture” maker Ekta Kapoor, took some audience members by surprise.
There’s nothing wrong with boldness on the tube, say industry experts.
“There are two kinds of audiences on television — one is the kind who sit together and watch family shows, and the other is a very niche audience that is open to watching intimacy and homo***uality on small screen,” TV director Waseem Sabir told IANS.
“Intimacy has always been there on television, but it’s important for it to be shot aesthetically,” added Sabir, who has worked on shows like “Maryaada”, “Saat Phere” and “India Calling”.
The lovemaking scene in “Bade Achhe Lagte Hain” was backed by a tantalising trailer, which drew the required hype and interest in the episode.
But boldness isn’t new to the small screen – be it through rain or drawing up the sheets or the dimming of the lights – directors have used different techniques to hint at physical intimacy in shows in the past.
In the 1990s, some went a step further in shows like “Tara”, “Banegi Apni Baat”, “Kurukshetra”, “Hasratein” and “Justajoo”, in which the telly viewers got to see liplocks and seduction.
The trend went off radar with the advent of family shows a la “Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi” and “Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki”, which made premarital *** and extramarital affairs out to be taboo.
Purnendu Shekhar, writer of “Balika Vadhu”, says with the kind of awareness young viewers have, it’s time producers got mature with their scripts.
“We need to get mature at some point. Society is going through a change, the values are changing. People today have a more urban thinking due to a lot of media exposure. This change is inevitable and it is a natural process of life,” Shekhar told IANS.
“There’s nothing wrong if it is shown on television, especially if the script demands it. However, people should make sure not to go overboard as television is a family medium.”
Director Ravindra Gautam, who directed earlier episodes of “Bade Achhe Lagte Hain”, says “audiences have now opened up and parents don’t feel shy watching romantic scenes on screen with young children”.But some viewers are worried.“I usually watch the show with my husband and kids. But for this episode, I didn’t know where to look or what to do,” said Amrita Mehta, a housewife.Another viewer, Kavita Sarin, a mother of two, said: “We can exercise a bit of restraint on what our kids watch when it comes to the big screen, but if family shows like this start showing intimacy, it gets difficult to keep kids away. It is weird to ask them to leave the room or change the channel.”
The girl-meets-boy story is passe on the Indian small screen. The experimentation with mature themes like remarriage and middle age love is evident in shows like “Punar Vivah”, “Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha” and “Bade Acche Lagte Hain”. Kamlesh Pandey, who wrote “Kuch Toh Log Kahenge”, inspired by the Pakistani play “Dhoop Kinare”, says, “On the small screen you have the freedom to be experimental, intelligent and different.”“I feel now some channel heads are ready to treat their audiences to different content. As we say in advertising, ‘the audience is not a moron, she is your wife.’ You cannot take the audience for granted and people should realise that soon,” Pandey told IANS.
After well received shows “Bade Achche Lagte Hain”, the romantic journey of a 40- plus guy and a 30-plus woman, and “Kuch Toh Log Kahenge”, the Indian version of “Dhoop Kinare”, Sony channel went a step further with “Kya Hua Tera Vaada” to show how a married couple revive love in their relationship. And viewers are relating well to the plotline.The makers of Star Plus’ show “Maryada” took the first bold step by introducing a gay angle in their script and now the story has taken another interesting turn with the focus on an “age bar in love”. In the show, single lawyer Subhankar has fallen in love with his client, the much older Devyani, who is married and has three grown up children.
Even today, the concept of remarriage is not acceptable in our society and Colors’ newly launched show has picked it up as the theme for its latest show “Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha”. Zee TV too is treading the same path with “Punar Vivah”.While “Na Bole Tum…” is the story of a widow with two children and a journalist, “Punar Vivah” is a mature and progressive show that sensitively captures the journey of a man and a woman who, despite having faced a debacle in their first marriages, are giving life a second chance.Life OK’s “Hum Ne Li Hai…Shapath” is also likely to witness a mature love track with the main character Abhigyan, played by Piyush Sachdev, falling in love with an older woman.
Director Ravindra Gautam, currently working on “Kya Hua Tera Vaada”, feels TV allows a vast canvas to experiment and being a mass medium it can make deep inroads into Indian society.“The face of television is changing every two to three years. People who were producing saas-bahu sagas are now attempting different concepts, so that people don’t get bored,” Gautam said.“Right now there is just very little experimentation happening on the small screen; television has a lot more potential. Television is a mass medium and is making the deepest inroads into Indian society. These shows give an insight into that,” he added.
Gautam has also been involved in the making of “Bade Acche…”Asitkumarr Modi, director of “Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma”, admits this is the right time to offer the audiences something different as they are hungry for fresh concepts.
“People are eagerly waiting for new kind of love stories. The audience is hungry for new stories and we should serve them with what they want,” said Modi.
At the end of the day, success matters, says Purnendu Shekhar, writer of the popular show “Balika Vadhu”.“These concepts have started working on TV and hence have become a trend. This is a cycle that happens every five years when newer concepts come,” Shekhar said.“These concepts represent our society in a big way. We started with a rural set-up and a lot of channels followed. It is good to see that TV is getting realistic with time,” he added.
Their hot scene has become talk of the town now! Actors Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar took the openness of small screen to new levels after their elaborate love making marriage consummation scene was aired in the serial “Bade Acche Lagte Hain” on March 12 this year. The scene has received more than a million hits on YouTube and has created a lot of hoopla.Lets us check out what other small screen stars have to say about this erotica on TV!Actor Barun Sobti who plays the Casanova business tycoon in “Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon” Star Plus says he is uncomfortable with kissing on screen but has not seen that particular ‘Priya-Ram-doing-it’ episode yet.
His co actor and female lead of the same serial, actor Sanaya Irani has only heard about the hot scene but she too, is yet to watch it.Handsome actor Gurmeet Choudhary who plays the male lead in serial “Punar Vivah” on Zee TV says that he has not yet seen that very episode but he thinks that kissing on screen or not is a personal decision.His co actor Kritika Senger however, is quite uncomfortable in getting ******** on screen.Actor Hiten Tejwani who lays ‘Manav Deshmukh’ in Zee TV’s “Pavitra Rishta” says that such scenes must have reason and scene demand in them and not just for the sake of doing it.
No *** please, we're Indians!
***, sleaze and soaps in India can be a lethal combo. At least that's how it appeared when Ram Kapoor and Saakshi Tanwar got under the sheets and locked lips in what is being touted as the 'steamiest' love scene filmed on prime time. (BCCL/Nilesh Wairkar)
Within minutes of the actual airtime of the much anticipated consummation sequence in Bade Achche Lagte Hain, the episode went viral on YouTube and has already clocked in close to 150,630 hits and counting. The 'love scene' is trending as a topic in top social networking/microblogging sites, with viewers making fun of the 'action-packed' episode, and even actor Ram Kapoor sounded overwhelmed when he posted online: @ramkapoor1973: "What a response to yesterday's episode. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all of you (sic)." (BCCL/Ranjit Kumar)
For audiences who are fed on the daily staple of prime time soaps, love scenes usually never venture beyond anything more passionate than a long eyelock (without blinking) between the romantic leads, the nubile leading lady landing in the hero's strong arms, or a flying dupatta that always lands on the hero's face (think, Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?, Punar Vivah, , a marital consummation scene is the stuff that fantasies are probably made of. (BCCL/Nasir Shaikh)
Newly married couples on soaps are never allowed to take their relationship to the next level even after the elaborate wedding ceremony gets over, because the build up stokes curiosity in the audience. For example, Saath Nibhana Saathiya's honeymoon special track aired recently whipped up a TVR of 5 (its highest since its launch date) and Manav-Archana's consummation scene (which took place two years after the show went on air) was a high point of the show (literally), got a 5.5 TVR. (BCCL/Ranjit Kumar)
The last time a TV couple even dared to smooch were Raqesh Vashisht and Riddhi Dogra in Maryada, Lekin Kab Tak? in 2010. Other TV leads only have to be content with a tame forehead kiss or a peck on the cheeks. (BCCL/K K Choudhary)
In a country where TV is four decades old, where 130 million homes have TV sets, (of which 76 million have access to TV), and an industry that's poised to grow by 11.4% (2009-13), surely a little bit of kiss and tell would be the way forward? For everyone else, there's also that handy weapon called a remote that can be put to better use, should it offend sensibilities. (BCCL/Sachin Gokhale)
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