Ashish Golwalkar

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Does ‘finite’ spell death for long sagas?

With finite fiction gaining currency in the past two years, a majority of broadcasters are cashing in on this trend to keep audiences actively engaged.

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Why do we need sub-franchises of popular shows?

With reality TV shows that have mushroomed over the years becoming a hit amongst the audience, GECs have been quick to adapt to sub-franchises to entertain the viewers.

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Star Plus to attempt reclaiming the weekend prime time with ‘Mad In India'

Star Plus’ new show is going to give viewers a respite from their taxing life with crazy jokes.

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Who will be India’s Junior MasterChef?

MUMBAI: If you thought children’s reality shows on the small screen were only about singing, dancing or acting, think again. Riding on the success of MasterChef India, Star Plus is gearing up for a brand new show that will see kids aged eight to twelve years cooking up a storm in the kitchen....

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