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TV is story-teller's new novel; audience is Bharat, not India: Star's Banerjee

MUMBAI: Since five to six years, television has become the talking point. Th series such as 'Breaking Bad' to Transparent to Narcos to 'Game of Thrones' to 24, and now POW (Prisoners of Wars) has changed the experience of television viewing.

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Star India's Gaurav Banerjee's take on 'P.O.W. - Bandi Yuddh Ke'

It has been labeled as the pioneer of saas bahu sagas. But, the leadership trio -- Uday Shankar-Sanjay Gupta-Gaurav Banerjee -- at the Twenty First Century Corp-owned Hindi GEC Star Plus -- has over the past few years been working at breaking down this myth.

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Star India to initiate creative freedom discussions with TV producers

Remember the terms perestroika? Glasnost? The first stands for reformation, the second for openness. Both were popular terms used in reference to the USSR as it crumbled to herald the freedom that hit it in the late eighties and nineties.

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Indian Screenwriters' Conference: Star Plus to stop 7-days-a-week soaps, says Gaurav Banerjee

What kind of content works on Hindi general entertainment channels? Content that reflects our society or the content that is simply driven by the ratings? Are TV producers making content for dumb audiences or content is making audiences dumb?

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Fourth Indian Screenwriters Conference to focus on stories that reflect 'India’s Reality'

MUMBAI: The television and film writers are pulling their socks for the fourth edition of Indian Screenwriters Conference. The Film Writers Association, Mumbai are set for the conference on 3 and 4 August 2016 at St. Andrew's Auditorium, Bandra West - Mumbai.

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