Telly star Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya has been half of every day soaps and actuality exhibits for over a decade. She has now given hosting against the law present a shot, and says the expertise must be refreshing. Divyanka presently hosts “Crime Patrol Satark: Women Against Crime”, a particular sequence that presents a complete and dramatized account of crimes comparable to rape, molestation, homicide, and baby abuse, in an effort to act as an eye-opener.
“I was looking for a show like this. But then Covid and lockdown happened. I was in a happy space during that time because I wanted that much needed break. After that, I wanted to do something very different from the daily soap zone,” Divyanka advised IANS.
“In fact, I have been putting up a lot of posts (on social media) about women awareness and empowerment. I always wanted to work in this kind of a space. Maybe God has his own way of listening to people. Then came the offer of ‘Crime Patrol’. It really excited me a lot. It’s refreshing. Through this show, I am aiming to create awareness among women on how they can be cautious and be aware of crimes and possibly evade them,” added Divyanka, who turned well-liked in the fiction area with roles in exhibits comparable to “Ye Hai Mohabbatein” and “Banoo Main Teri Dulhann”. Her followers beloved her equally for competing in the dance-based present “Nach Baliye” and hosting “The Voice”.
She feels that there are some girls who lead a sure life-style and “people around them have a fixated mindset about women behaving in a certain manner”.
“Sometimes women are unable to share their stories of molestation or torture for a long time. Then the problem aggravates. If one woman doesn’t speak, 10 others don’t speak up. If one speaks up, others get the courage to follow suit. This is the cause I am working for through ‘Crime Patrol’,” mentioned Divyanka.
Asked if there must be extra Indian exhibits focusing on girls’s points reasonably than kitchen politics, she mentioned: “It’s about demand and supply. There have been shows showcasing something different. But they don’t get enough eyeballs or TRPs. After all, it’s a business. When people say that makers should create something different, then viewers should watch that different kind of content. But they don’t. That’s very unfortunate. Due to this, there are early shut down of shows.”
In truth, she feels that channels need to play protected.
“They don’t want to take risks. If they show an evolved daughter-in-law or mother-in-law or a family with no conflict, there is no masala. Maybe people from smaller towns won’t watch it then. So viewers need to give the confidence to makers that we will watch a good show because if viewers won’t watch it, it won’t be made,” mentioned the actress, who has additionally made a mark on the net present “Coldd Lassi Aur Chicken Masala”.