Kaay Ghadla Tya Ratri: From Yellow Journalism To Patriarchal Beliefs, Bold Statements That Add To The Show’s Realism
Zee Marathi’s Kaay Ghadla Tya Ratri depicts various subjects which ultimately bridge the gap between fictional and the real world.
The universe of ‘Thriller Shows’ is amazing. Irrespective of its genre, the story behind every thriller is embedded with all sorts of sub-genres, all blended together perfectly in the story. On top of its suspense-driven story, it also captures various real-life themes which makes it stand apart from the rest of the genres. In a similar instance, Zee Marathi’s Kaay Ghadla Tya Ratri depicts various subjects which ultimately bridge the gap between fictional and the real world.
With an interesting set of characters paralleled with an engaging storyline, Kaay Ghadla Tya Ratri has certainly redefined the style of storytelling on TV. The show has surprised everyone with the bold-yet-real statements it has made so far and this is definitely one aspect the viewers have loved. So, here’s taking a look at some of these interesting and much-needed statements the show has stood out on.
Following the death investigation of a renowned TV actor, the media’s attention is quite normal and an expected one. However, drawing inspiration from real-life stories, the show has made us aware of how the flawed system of news and fact reporting works. Highlighting how one-liner news can be morphed into a long-running news capsule, the show has voiced out its true opinion and disregard against yellow journalism.
Throughout this arc, the story has stated how the facts get dissolved and unnecessary angles in a case are overhyped for ‘TRP’ and monetary benefits.
Right from the first episode itself, the show made its intentions of ‘portraying reality’ clearly. At the beginning of the story when Siddhant is invited by a politician at a ‘Dahi Handi’ event, he exposes the reality of vote bank politics behind these well-organized festivals. And also Siddhant made everyone aware of how the “youth” is used as a medium to spread ahead of political propaganda.
The show’s striking take and realistic approach towards politics have made it an interesting watch for the viewers.
The presence of patriarchy in various parts of society is unquestionable. However, here the show sheds light on patriarchal beliefs present in the police force which stand as an important pillar for the working of a nation. For instance, when Revati Borkar took the charge over Siddhant’s death case, she sensed the feeling of incorporation from her colleagues including the police in-charge who was earlier investigating the case.
Through which the show intended to highlight the understated presence of patriarchy within the important sections of society.
These subtle-yet-interesting aspects of Kaay Ghadla Tya Ratri make it a perfect blend of realism and thrill.
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