Today's Reality Shows: Boon or Bane?

by ExpertBlogger 9. January 2016 16:24

It was way back in the year 2007 when Shilpa Shetty and Jade Goody had a heated argument on a popular reality show of Britain and it took a sudden rage of racism and community biases to create a new furor internationally and people came out of their closet to support Shilpa Shetty, most of them were the Indian diaspora. The television reality show not only boosted its popularity but it also sent out a very strong message of a united nation, a nation that thrives on its cultural diversity. A scripted set up, all celebrity contestants and some weird concept of showing either the talent, bravery or the art. Be it a dance show or a thriller or a music contest the popularity in any form is more than the fictitious soap opera. Although these shows were initially carved out for creating a definite segment of the entertainment and the end goal was to make business out of them, however with the increasing number of such shows and the wider range of audience who can watch them without any censored content, that, they have become a paradigm. The quizzes and the talent shows are most popular of the bandwagon. These reality shows are all about common man, his relationship with the stars whom he adores and worship and his relationship with another common man who go ahead and become a star. The participants gain publicity both positive and negative, which largely is the work of their display of their own character. The stand-up comedians are household names now, as they somehow pulls the viewers from their monotonous lives and soak the audience in their mirth and jokes. People like to be tickled and enjoy the happiness flowing in their living rooms at just a click of a button. 

The viewers not only feel connected with a particular performer or participant, because he/she had risen from amongst them, but they start associating themselves with that person and gradually that larger than life image of a common man rule the hearts. The audience love and loathe a participant with all sincerity of their emotions. The digital media thrives on this and they create and destroys the image of the person or a show. Sometimes, the emotions exhibited by the contestants are fake, scripted and totally to gain TVTs for the show. The pretentious sentiments are like a bait to get more viewership and to gain a soft corner in the audience’s heart, with all the tears and frenzied debates. The audience are bound to take sides and vote them and stand up by them, albeit they are unaware about the trap they were thrown into. Sometimes it is not only the audience but the organizers of these shows who find themselves in the deep down controversies which may take an international shape at times when the governments have to intervene to protect the rights of their citizens on the show. The entire game to attain popularity by the show and by the contestant takes a bad turn when either or both of them try to manipulate the situations and capitalize on them leading to a bad image. Reality shows are about realistic attributes like courage, determination and poise in extreme circumstances, sometimes a participant wins the heart of the audience by losing the game and rises to fame manifold whereas the winner fails to create an impact. The reality T.V. shows have made it a possibility for a common man to become a star and enjoy stardom with his/her talent. The phenomenon of becoming a star has changed altogether with the advent of reality shows. It has given the short lived and fake stars to us as well as talented and versatile stars which could have been lost in the crowd otherwise. The entertainment industry is going through a transition from soap opera and fictitious plots to hardcore reality. The reality is prevailing and so are the people who are the outcome of this set up. This concept has yielded a lot and has taken a lot too with its ugly side being so devastating for the sentimental audience. TV reality shows have gained a substantial segment in the industry as they are the shows that are run by the common man from the audience.

What you prefer Cinema Hall, Internet or TV?

by ExpertBlogger 10. December 2015 10:25

You might be surprise that what kind of question this is I mean we like everything we like to watch movie in cinema hall, we like to watch internet series which are available on any video streaming website also we like to watch TV shows, but hold on my question is not that my question is little bit different, what do you prefer? What you do think is more convenient. 

If you ask me then my answer will be straight forward and I think at least fifty percentage of people will be agree with me I prefer Cinema Hall  because there are so many reason that one should always prefer to the cinema hall number one and most important reason is movies are made in keeping cinema hall in mind so any smaller screen does not give justice to their efforts and other reason is focus when you watch movie in cinema hall you are going to give your dedicate time to that cinema and that is the only think you will be doing for that time so when you are not disturbed  by any surrounding and or anything in mind on top of that the experience which you get in the big screen are not at all compare to another device.

So if I say this then when movie is out of cinema then you have lost the experience and then you have to watch it on the disk which will modified version of the movie they must have color correct some frame or change the volume level because you cannot just put the same movie on the disk because they are going to play in totally different medium. It been always a debatable issue that people don’t want to spend their time or money to go in cinema hall to watch movies or rater they don’t have suitable circumstances around so that they can make it, like some of us has kinds and some of us has some other commitments so they cannot make it but those who can make it they should surely give a short.

If you are cinema fan and you think you always want to have best experience in watching film I will advise you that you must see the films in cinema hall rather than waiting for disk or streaming service or coming on TV.