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Thread: TV Jodis (onscreen) of 2012
12-30-2012, 01:26 PM #1
TV Jodis (onscreen) of 2012
When a new television show is being made, the first question that comes to one’s mind is about the hero and heroine roped in, and whether they can together light up the screen with their amazing onscreen chemistry. Which are the Television Jodis that stood tall in the year 2012? Here is we giving our readers a list of the favourites…
We begin with Ram and Priya (Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar) of Sony Entertainment Television’s Bade Achche Lagte Hain. Here is one Jodi that looks amazing on screen no matter what their age is. And the fabulous script of a middle aged man finding his life partner in a lady who has found it tough to get a match, is a platform that we believe, was created only and only for Ram and Sakshi. Versatile actors that they are, they give their best shot regardless of the mood of the story line. They excel equally in romance and emotion and this is the greatness of this Jodi. Hats off to Ekta Kapoor and Balaji Telefilms for giving the viewers a fresh Jodi in Ram and Priya!
Arnav and Khushi (Barun Sobti and Sanaya Irani) of Star Plus’ Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon is a Jodi with great looks and charming onscreen persona. And the roles given to them in the show were tailor-made for Barun and Sanaya. Must say, a great casting that weaved a success story! The story of Arnav, the angry young man and the simpleton Khushi was blessed with unparallel fan following, so much so that the makers (4 Lions Films and IMRC Entertainment) and channel did not want to take the risk of moving forward without Arnav aka Barun. Such was the adulation the Jodi garnered from their loyal fans.
‘Opposite poles attract’ aptly holds good for the Jodi of Sooraj and Sandhya (Anas Rashid and Deepika Singh) of Star Plus’ successful show Diya Aur Baati Hum. Destiny binds Sooraj, a simpleton who has not studied much, with Sandhya, a highly educated girl who aspires to study further. Their bonding, chemistry together and the manner in which the husband strives hard to fulfill his wife’s dreams have made an impact in the viewers’ minds. On the whole, a simple tale of a simple Jodi told in a very nice way by Shashi-Sumeet Mittal Productions Pvt. Ltd.
RK and Madhu (Vivian Dsena and Drashti Dhami) of Colors’ Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon were believed to be a miscast initially, as many felt Vivian Dsena cannot carry the unpredictable and ruthless character of RK on his shoulders. Kudos to the makers (Nautanki Telefilms and BAG Films) for having faith in their lead Jodi! Their efforts have paid off today, as RK and Madhu is a couple that has grown in the people’s minds with passing time.
Considering the fact that Colors’ Balika Vadhu is a show that has crossed 1000 episodes, the lead pair of Shiv (Siddharth Shukla) and Anandi (Pratyusha Banerjee) , we must say, has garnered great popularity in quick time. The Jodi had the added responsibility of carrying the story forward, and to keep the legacy of their show alive. And this is exactly what Sphere Origins has managed to achieve.
Mohan and Megha (Kunal Karan Kapoor and Aakanksha Singh) of Colors Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha, is one duo which has been showered by audience love. Yes, the peppy chemistry between Megha and Mohan won hearts of fans and critics alike. Yes, the show went off air only to comeback all fresh and rejuvenated with season 2 in January 2012. Viewers are eagerly waiting for magic to weave again on Colors.
Devon Ke Dev.. Mahadev, produced by Triangle Films Company for Life OK first of all, created a mythological with their lead characters in Mahadev (Mohit Raina) and Sati (Mouni Roy) who gave the show a phenomenal start. And to replicate the same amount of success with the introduction of Parvati (Sonarika Bhadoria) was a challenge in itself. But today, it looks like a cake-walk as the Jodi of Mahadev and Parvati will remain etched in the history of television for being one of the most popular mytho Jodis on TV.
Yash (Gurmeet Choudhary) and Aarti (Kratika Sengar) of Zee TV’s Punar Vivah form a stunning Jodi that looks ‘hot’ on screen. Here again, credit goes to the makers (Shashi-Sumeet Mittal Productions Pvt. Ltd) for casting them as their lead pair. Gurmeet and Kratika were both on an individual high after their respective shows, Geet Hui Sabse Parayi and Jhansi Ki Rani ended on a high note with viewers wanting to see more of them. And for them to get together and cast a new spell on the viewers is something great!! And today, Gurmeet’s dashing persona and Kratika’s subtle sex appeal has created waves in the industry.
Arjun (Rithvik Dhanjani) and Poorvi (Asha Negi) of Zee TV’s Pavitra Rishta again carried the huge responsibility of bringing in the new romantic flavour in the show post the leap. And the couple has done exactly what Ekta Kapoor and Balaji Telefilms would have visualized. In matter of quick time, the young generation Jodi with their amazing screen presence has sizzled and kept the viewers glued.
The two hot couples of Star Plus’ Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai, Viren (Karan Tacker) – Jeevika (Krystle DSouza) and Virat (Kushal Tandon) – Maanvi (Niaa Sharma) are indeed the ‘Young Blood of Television’ of the year 2012 who have steam-rolled into the hearts of the youth. Again, this show from Cinevistaas took quite some time to roll out, but the interesting concept and the tale of the two brothers - two sisters and their bonding has appealed to the viewers from day one.
‘Old is Gold’ – this saying holds good for the Star Plus show, Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai and for the leading couple, Naitik (Karan Mehra) and Akshara (Hina Khan). Well, Naitik and Akshara are surely the oldest (in the sense of the show’s existence) of the Jodis presently going strong in Indian television. The Jodi, created by Director’s Kut is the finest example of ‘simplicity’ in terms of their nature and bonding.
Raghav (Harshad Chopra) and Jhanvi (Sriti Jha) of Life OK’s Dil se Di Dua Saubhagyavati Bhava (UTV Communications, Trishula Productions) no doubt form a sensational pair on screen. And today, this reflects in their real life equation too, as Harshad and Sriti are madly in love.
Jethalal (Dilip Joshi) and Daya (Disha Vakani) the lead pair of SAB TV and Neela Telefilms’ Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah make for a great pair with amazing screen presence. Their timing for comedy and the chemistry they exude are of the first quality. Jetha and Daya are a Jodi that every family will mention about in their talk around the dining table, and this explains the popularity the show and the Jodi has garnered in the past few years.