Badall Pe Paon Hai' fame Aakkash Ahuja talks in support of television industry; 'TV is unfairly labelled regressive'

The television actor is well-known for playing a variety of characters and made the point that the popularity of recent experimental projects indicates there is a demand for all kinds of content. "Shows that have dared to break stereotypes and explore new themes have been well-received," he added.
Aakkash Ahuja

MUMBAI: Prominent television personality Aakkash Ahuja, who recently spoke out in support of the television industry, refuted charges that it is backward and emphasized the need for greater content experimentation. Ahuja made a comeback with Sony SAB's show "Badal pe paon hai."

In an interview with the popular news portal, In response to frequent misunderstandings about television, Ahuja said, "Television as a medium is often unfairly labeled as regressive. While it has its traditions and popular formats, there is immense potential for innovation and meaningful storytelling."

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Aakash brought attention to the industry's reluctance to venture into new areas. "There's a tendency to stick to safe formulas and familiar themes," he said. "However, audiences are evolving, and there's a growing appetite for fresh narratives and unconventional storytelling."

The television actor is well-known for playing a variety of characters and made the point that the popularity of recent experimental projects indicates there is a demand for all kinds of content. "Shows that have dared to break stereotypes and explore new themes have been well-received," he added.

"This demonstrates that there is room for growth and creativity in television."

Ahuja expressed hope about the future of television when asked about his personal career decisions. "I believe in pushing boundaries and challenging norms through my roles," he affirmed. "As actors and creators, it's our responsibility to contribute to the evolution of television."

Industry participants were urged by Aakkash Ahuja to embrace innovation and take sensible risks. "Television has the power to influence and inspire millions. Let's harness its potential by embracing diversity and experimentation," he concluded.

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Stay tuned to tellychakkar.com for more updates and gossip from the world of television.

Credit- Free Press Journal

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