Comicstaan ​​season 3 shows Indian reality TV show at its best-Entertainment News, Firstpost

The link between Indian comedy and reality TV has a long history in India. An ethos created by The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, perpetuated by Comedy Circus and contemporary by various regional spin-offs such as Hasya Jatra and Tamil Comicstaan.

Comicstaan ​​Season 3 showcases Indian Reality TV at its best

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Raju Srivastava reverses Kabir’s couplet on ego eradication, when he once joked in a candid interview All India Bakchod Podcast, ,Speak in such a way that there will be a fight in the jam, but do not speak to those who are strongSpeak words that will lead to fights, but never say them to a person stronger than you, it roughly translates. The episode begins with Tanmay Bhatt explaining that Urban-English-speaker How the crowd looked to Hindi comedians, but the problem was not talent, but there was little humor on TV.

The link between Indian comedy and reality TV has a long history in India. an ethos created by The Great Indian Laughter Challengesustained by comedy circus and various regional byproducts such as laughter And tamil comicstaan, However, none of them feel as egalitarian as new. Comicstaan, I have written before how TV comedy in India serves to enhance sensibility – ceiling ceiling in the TV which is hardly invisible; Only certain class of people become the object of jokes. Comicstaan ​​Season 3 as its radical opposite. Perhaps it is Bhatt’s apparent absence of such commentary,”you are so weird! I like this”, The new season also includes the presence of more experienced contestants, leaving a blurred margin of error and more opportunities for collegiate honors, but there’s something even more cool about this season.

Comicstaan ​​Season 3 showcases Indian Reality TV at its best

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Post-Pandemic and Post-Me Too Deflation Comicstaan ​​Season 3, The comics were always self aware for a joke but in the new season you see Kenny confess, “beyond a point we all seem like each otherClearly, no other desi comedy show has escaped the outrageous comedy era. The bottom-hanging fruits were up for grabs: fat jokes and fan base, the weirdest imagery was articulated and the ‘spoon par aisa and aisa’ Dikhta hai’ Introduce cordiality that is populated by otherwise insecure B-list celebrities who have never made an effort to stand out. Anu Menon is a proud mom, Abish and Kenny are endlessly self-deprecating like a Forbes 30 under 30 was not on the list and the second was the subject of a high school question paper. No irrelevant vocals by big stars praising their fellow celebrities. Instead there is a canny publicity contest. For example, when judge Sumukhi Suresh was in her childhood. takes the plunge to explain why Menon isn’t your average snobbish Stella Maris student.

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The judges, though a popular Roast target, never miss a chance to become the Roast Master himself. It would have been irresistible for a star like Akshay Kumar, who decided to do justice to his return in 2017 The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, He said, laugh if you feel like it, because this is a show where no judge can forcefully do tamasha. he said, “we wanna do the real show here”, the whole show either cuts to Mallika Dua’s unnatural smile, Hussain Dalal groans or claps. One remembers Kumar’s trollish glee when he told Kapil Sharma on his show, “I have to do your utmost by coming again and againI, [I want to keep visiting the show to insult you], Kumar’s fascination for TV and comedy betrays his own understanding of any genre, which has a way of transforming his consumers from soft familiars to cynical nafs. He acts like a traditionalist who thinks that comics need to be taught a lesson and the public needs to be edited with the hammer of their opening set and TV’s forge.

Comicstaan ​​Season 3 showcases Indian Reality TV at its best

Akshay Kumar in The Great Indian Laughter Challenge

It is true that both the genres always chase a specific response, the difference being how most of our comedy shows get there. Indian comedy on internet vs cable hides the strings of production. In Season 3 of Comicstan, the emphasis on winning is casual rather than unchanging and natural. None of the ubiquitous reality drama, being on the show for the “right reasons” isn’t the prize money but the network. Comics are openly inviting social and parasocial interactions and contestants are meant to “make friends.”

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Like wrestling matches, reality shows are full of the tradition of presenting kayfabe or staged performances as real and authentic. What is this worship? It is a mix of scripted lines and real events, an agenda to stick to it and win the grand prize; A socially acceptable thought experiment. But what is personality on TV comedy? Is it the character portrayed by the contestant or the contestant himself, desperate to engage with the show socially? 2019. In Article, Veterans of the TV comedy industry tried to keep their finger on the reason behind the disappearance of stand up comedy on TV. Subject censorship, mass appeal, a lack of talent touted, but not the unprofessional, which is the kiss of death for comedy and reality TV.

Isha Nair is a freelance writer-illustrator based in Mumbai. He has written on history, art, culture, education and film for various publications. Not invoking cultural critique, he is busy making comics.

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