Shruti Sharma And Monalisa’s Show Namak Issk Ka Receives Flak For Regressive Ad, Show Gets Mixed Reviews From Netizens

    Shruti Sharma And Monalisa’s Show Namak Issk Ka Receives Flak For Regressive Ad, Show Gets Mixed Reviews From Netizens

    Namak Issk Ka Receives Flak For Regressive Ad

    Shruti Sharma And Monalisa’s Show Namak Issk Ka Receives Flak For Regressive Ad, Show Gets Mixed Reviews From Netizens

    Indian television is best known for the variety it offers to fans. Makers are always trying to come up with something new for different target audiences. While some daily soaps do well, others don’t. Then there are those which end up in the limelight for all the wrong reasons. Gul Khan and Karishma Jain’s latest television show Namak Issk Ka falls in this very category. Many netizens have slammed the makers and have claimed that the advertisements and promos are highly regressive.

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    The first episode of the show went on air last night and received mixed reviews. Some loved it, but many others were confused. Featuring Shruti Sharma, Aditya Ojha and Monalisa in the lead, Namak Issk Ka follows the story of a dancer named Chamcham. What has offended many viewers is the plot of the show which asks a controversial question-- will anybody accept a ‘nachaniya’ (dancer) as a daughter-in-law. While some have lauded Shruti’s dance moves, others have raised questions about the story-line.















    One of the tweets which went viral was shared by UP police officer Rahul Srivastav. He tweeted: “A flippant advert of a TV serial, ‘profaning’  a  ‘sacred’ art form. The ‘Yellow & bold headlines’ asks the viewers “would you accept a ‘dancer’ as your daughter in law ? Dance as a gracious art form needs to be celebrated rather than de"moralized" This is plain ‘REGRESSIVE’.”

    What is your opinion of the show?



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