Not often do we find television shows which serve to our creative needs. A show needs to have a good content, consistent theme and a subtle aura of positivity around it to touch a viewer’s heart. It should address a key issue and make the common man feel relatable.
A television show needs more than just episodes flashing one by one day after day to feel satisfied by the audience. The show should question the existing beliefs of the viewers and make them see a different aspect of a situation. A show is definitely more than just costumes and romantic moments and inscrutable drama.
And Naamkarann was just that. It had a mix of all the elements, be it drama, romance etc., but it also had something else which kept the viewers going. In a way this was a show which satisfied us.
Never did we feel the need to compromise on our set of moral values to reason with a character or its actions. The more we got to know them, the more their antics filled our hearts with positivity.
Here we present 5 reasons why Naamkarann satisfied us!
Changed Perspectives On Societal Roles
Naamkarann provided us changed perspectives on societal roles. Avni and Neil were not the conventional hero-heroine pair. There was not one of them who had the solutions to all problems, not one of them who always needed to be saved or rescued.
Sometimes it was Neil who helped Avni, at other times Avni rescued Neil. It felt so normal. There were no gender stereotypes or prejudices.
Moreover this change of mindset is what formed the basis of the character Avni. She didn’t succumb to do only the things ‘girls should do’. She was a fighter, a complete personality.
Naamkarann definitely had a lot to say in terms of societal roles. Infact it emphasised on the fact that there are no predefined societal roles which are distinct for a man and a woman. Each one, boy or girl, young or old can contribute to the society in their own way.
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