Good work fails on TV, says Pallavi
Not everyone is a small screen fan. The recent actor to join the bandwagon is Pallavi Joshi (below) who feels there has been a steady deterioration in television content.
“I don’t feel like watching them (TV shows). It doesn’t matter if you miss an episode, as even after a week or so, you will see them harping on the same track,” says Joshi.
The actor is currently a part of the new historical fiction Peshwa Bajirao on Sony, where she plays the character of widow warrior queen Tarabai, the daughter-inlaw of Shivaji Maharaj. “I’m happy with the show. With Bajirao, there is no unecessary tension or extra marital affair or women unnecessarily wearing jewellery to the kitchen,” adds Joshi whose last show, Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai, didn’t do well.
Talking about it, she says, “Unfortunately, when you do good work it always necessarily fails. This was never the case earlier. Even this ongoing show (Indian adaption of the Israeli drama Hatufim) is good when it comes to content, but isn’t garnering good TRPs.”