#BALH, yes this is a very famous hash tag that is all over Twitter. And this Hash tag has been very active since couple of days, for some strange reasons. There have been some reports that ‘Bade Ache Lagte Hain’ is heading for a leap! This news has spread over the Internet like a wild fire, and the audience has been very reactive on Twitter about this news. But why are the fans so worried about the Leap? Have they forgotten that this is the Strategy that Balaji Telefilms has been using for most of its popular shows?
Here is a small view what people are talking on twitter:
So what is the reason for the Leap and how long will this leap be?
There are some reports that the creative team is planning 4-5 years leap in the show. As there is a tension been created between Ram and Priya’s relationship and soon this will lead to separation. And after the leap, Saakshi Tanwar a.k.a Priya will have a kid whose demeanor will resemble Ram Kapoor. So are you impressed by the story? Will #BALH again trend on Twitter (For the right reasons)?
Not long ago Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar were shown making love for the entire episode — caressing each other and kissing twice. Sony TV had been airing steamy promos of this episode before they actually aired the episode and gave a shock to the ‘regular’ people, and by regular I mean family who sit together to watch something sensible and definitely less controversial. Many of you might not agree with us and call us hypocrites for not accepting something which is so natural. You can check out our previous blog on this particular episode “Indian TV Screen coming off age – Really?”
As mentioned earlier that this is not the first time that Ekta Kapoor has used the “Leap” factor in her shows. Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki, one of the most popular prime time soaps on television, had taken an 18-year leap, following in the footsteps of Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi (20-year leap) and Kasauti Zindagi Ki (8 yrs leap). Interesting, right? Generation Leaps seem to come back as the norm on television. So does that mean that weekly and daily shows will again go for “fast forward” leap in a bid to keep the audience interest alive?
Do let us know your views on this “Leap” factor! Also will the audience be able to help #BLAH trend on Twitter? 😉
Happy leaping 😉 and Happy Viewing.