Everyone who was able to catch up on TV shows yesterday is disappointed. Their favorite characters were rubbed, and they also used sanitisers. During the interview, they also ensured that they conveyed a message of action to take precautions during the coronavirus violence.
We have been told that many channels have asked exhibitors to promote these safety measures, as long as these categories are viewed by people around the world. The authors were directed to appropriate COVID-19 monitoring centers. TV writer Sarade Tripathi had confirmed the same on indanexpress.com and shared that while it is a job to do so, there is no other way.
The video from Jeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai is already moving through the virus where two characters Naira and Sita Chaudhary (Shivangi Joshi and Alka Kaushal) are in contact, while wearing a mask. A previous episode of the same episode featured Kartik (Mohsin Khan) getting his wife to use a sanitiser before helping her wear gloves and facial shoes.
Not only was Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, but other shows also used the status quo in their story list. Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega (Zee TV) revealed the sequel when the lead characters Guddan and Akshat (Kanika Mann and Nishant Malkani) arrived home after the break. Leading actors were seen wearing masks and gloves and had a family conversation about what they did during the closing ceremony.
Tera Kya Hoga Alia (SAB TV) started the episode with Alia (Anusha Arora) and Rabiya (Namrata Pathak) this morning. While both of them were working, Alia was seen reminding her best friend to keep in touch with people at all times. He also emphasized the importance of wearing a mask when they are outdoors.
To touch on the ongoing epidemic, Yah Hai Chahatein has included various topics in its episode. As new episodes appear, the characters are seen discussing how the teachers asked how they went about the leaves. The whole family was seen contributing to the household chores, some happy, and some willingly or unwillingly. In Tuesday’s program, Aahana (Aishwarya Sakhuja) will be seen talking about online classes, and how that can help students to continue their education at these times.
Speaking in the same way, Sakhuja shared with us that a powerful method like television should be used to promote the protection of coronaviruses. “At such times, it is important to use sums that can influence people in a positive way. Yeh Hai Chahatein will be with us to discuss the disease and how it can be cured. If wearing these little things can help people or give them the right perspective, we will feel that we have won the battle. Television is widely accessible and these topics need to be addressed. ”
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Last week, Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki also had a sequel in which Preeto (Kamya Punjabi) handed over a bottle of sanitiser as a visitor entered his house. Some characters even talked about using their scarf because they forgot to carry a mask in public. On the other hand, the Tatathi family shared, “It is a challenge for us to put these important messages in a way that pleases people. We make sure they are clear and do not look too compelling.”
While the makers promise to continue educating viewers on the necessary precautions needed for COVID-19, they also ensure that there will be no shortage of entertainment.