Serials

After the lockdown has lifted and the coronavirus crisis is over, it will hardly happen that people will move towards the cinema hall soon. Even after the crisis is over, he is going to stay at his house for a long time and will stick to the same lifestyle. At the same time, it has hoped that during the pandemic. The impacts of the serials that return to the small screen will be on the television industry for a long time. Vivek Budakoti, the producer-director of the Katha Cottage banner, told IANS, “The collective family experience will replace the collective public experience, that too to the extent of their respective homes.”

Budakoti said, “This trend will be there before people move to the cinema hall. Web platforms will attract people’s attention between TV and cinema. It can serve as a pool between two mediums.” Actor Sharad Malhotra feels that “people will think twice about coming out for the film even after the lockdown has lifted and the situation is back to normal”. Actress Wahbiz Dorabji says, “There is a possibility that the long-running serials on TV may return. This epidemic will remain in people’s minds for a long time. Even after this, things will come back on track. It is going to take a long time because people will not be able to forget this deadly virus so soon. ”

This change is already visible.

At a time when the limited series is underway, Disney Plus Hotstar has produced more 234 episodes of the animated series ‘Selfie with Bajrang’. On television, ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah‘, ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ and ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ have been popular and have been a long-running show. Ada Khan said about this, “Daily shops are like dal-rice. Long time hit shows like ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ are already available.” That’s where the hit show ‘Bhabiji is at home!’ Ki producer Bennifer Kohli feels, “If even a limited show starts working, it can convert into a long-running show.”

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