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Chote Miya – Colors TV – Makes Me Sad

By on Jan 28, 2009 | 2 comments

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Although my TV exposure is so low that it can be hazardous to my health, I dare to turn on the TV few times a week. That is mostly when I’ve nothing better to do. But whenever I do, I find something that disturbs me.

I happened to stumble upon a kids stand up comedy show titled ‘Chote Miya’. 😐

Now, what would one expect in a kids stand up comedy? Something that suits their age! Jokes that would make kids laugh, funny acts et al. And what you get? Sick Mallika Sherawat jokes? Kids don’t stop there – they go way beyond that and writing about it is beyond the moral scope of this blog and my own backward brain.

…and parents of those kids look at their kids crack adult jokes with pride. I saw them clap and cheer their kid. I don’t get it. If any kid ever cracks those kind of jokes in front of me, I’d first 1. Slap the kid 2. Slap their parents.

I see it happening everywhere. ‘Little Wonders’, ‘Little Champs’ and everything little is not little anymore. Watching little girl dance on ‘Chamma Chamma’ does not make me appreciate her talent, but want to slap her parents. Kids are kids – they don’t understand a thing.

I guess some day, I’ll take over the media & television and set everything right. That’s the only way I can change the stupidity on television & media.

The Big K

Special Request to Mr. Sachin Pilgaonkar: Sir, why don’t you abandon the show? How can you watch kids cracking adult jokes? Please do something about it!



2 Comments

  1. DEVENDRA

    February 9, 2009

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    WHY YOU OUT MOHIT WHILE HE WAS PERFORMING SO GOOD FROM STARTING. YOU CAN’T NEVER YOU SHOULD BE GIVE A CHANCE TO MOHIT.

  2. Net Comment

    February 9, 2009

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    This is a freakin’ trend in the US too – all the NRIs enrolling their kids in Bollywood dance classes – and then we present these gyrating kids singing “Beedi Jalyle” in front of the “gora-kala-peela”s as Indian culture …

    Oy- congrats – one blog of yours I completely agree with…

    KYA SAMJHE?

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