One Day i am watching TV at my home,M not a frequent user of watching TV.I tune to sony channel where one of the reality show was in the air.This is the very popular reality show of the sony entertainment channel.I was shocked.....Is this the reality show......what a vulgur type of content they are showing....That was not a reality show that was skin show....and the celebrities those who are participating in the show they are fearlessly doing all the crap things....
Are they are doing everything for the money......?????
Is money is everything for them.....??????
These are the big question we have to thing........And one more thing Broadcasting ministries knows everything,,than how can the department gives the permission to show these types of reality show...........Had any one ever think....what type of message they are delevering to the society..specially for the newer generation.
Indian television has boomed with reality shows. The much famous 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' (KBC) started a new trend that resulted into the sure-shot way of entertainment for the viewers and oodles of moolah for the makers.
Soon, one after another every popular channel was boasting about its own reality show.
The list of shows is long, but the latest addition to it is Iss Jungle Se Mujhe Bachao on Sony entertainment television.Apart from an interesting concept, the show is doing well due to excessive skin show and frequent use of abusive language.
Tuesday's episode of the show blew everyone's mind with the new entry- Negar Khan in a towel and then enjoying the sprays of water in her extremely revealing two-piece bikini.
Before Negar's skin show, this role of adding the glam quotient to the show was played by the bahu of Indian television, Shweta Tiwari.
She too flaunted her curves in the tiniest bikinis and became a hot item.
The other much spoken about show in the recent times is Sach Ka Samna. The bold concept of the show is a rip-off (oops! remake) of the famous English reality show- The Moment of Truth. The show is already making headlines for its bold, controversial questions mostly to do with notorious topics like sex and extra marital affairs.
Talking about bold reality shows how one can forget MTV Roadies. The baap of all reality shows, the infamous 'Raghu' and 'Rajiv' have befriended *beeps* on television. Abusive content is like a style statement that they flaunt with attitude.
Needless to say, MTV Splitsvilla too follows the footsteps of the former but, with curvilicious women flaunting their assets in addition.
As far as skin show is concerned, the recent reality show- MTV Fast and the Gorgeous too is not far behind. Sexed-up women raised the bar of success of the show, making it one of the most watched show on television.
Bigg Boss, the Indian adaptation of the infamous Big Brother too has bagged in extra brownie points by planting contestants like Rakhi Sawant, Kashmera Shah, Sambhavna Seth, Payal Rohatgi, to name a few, to their advantage. Brewing love tales and hot stories too work in their favour.
And, let's not forget the 'meanest game show on television', Dadagiri. Just like many other shows, this too has managed to bag several controversies in its kitty. The renowned 'slap video' of the show is still making rounds on the internet. As the name suggests, the show is known for the violence, abusive language and cleavage show too.
If you might have noticed, most of the shows are a total rip-off from their original shows in English. And when we say 'total' it has to mean literally with the similar situations and comparable publicity stunts. Big Brother (Brazil) could be a perfect example to it!
After witnessing all this, we zero down with a BIG QUESTION. Is it ethical to air such content on television? Especially after knowing that Indian families prefer watching TV together. Is the content appropriate for family viewing?
Today, the dominant content of the shows telecast are violence, vulgarity and sex.
Are reality shows crossing the line? Are reality shows toying with Indian sensibilities? Do you think such shows are apt for family viewing?
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