Pehredaar Piya Ki: Now, Viewers started a campaign to pull of the show from air

August 11, 2017 11:45 am Published by :

Mumbai: Sony Television’s recently launched show ‘Pehredaar Piya Ki’ has been receiving a lot of negative remarks from the audience all over India and abroad for its concept.

The viewers of the show are upset that the serial  is sending a wrong message to the kids, moreover the show is aired at prime time!
Now, the viewers of the show have started an online petition campaign to ban the show from air. They feel the content is ‘extremely unpleasant and perverted’ and create a negative impact, especially in children.

Read on to know what the viewers said on their online petition (Change.org). Also, check out what the lead actress of the show, Tejaswi Prakash Wayangankar, has to say in defence of the show:

“Such regression cannot be passed on as entertainment and no, this cannot be defended as ‘art imitates life’s, especially not when it justifies such archaic thinking”Says Priyanka Bhosale a petitioner.

Another petitioner Sagar Kumar says that “Its totally a non sense serial, it should be banned, such baseless bullshit things are ruining over culture.”

Aanchal Agarwal, who signed the petition asserts that “Its ridiculous.what we are representing our children and what kind of social values . This should be put off immediately.”

“The absolute rubbish that is broadcast in the name of soaps is ruining our society. These channels must have social responsibility” says Lotika Rao.

Krishnendu Bhattacharya, who finds that serial would cause a havoc in society. He says that “Fully convinced that this serial would otherwise induct pathological syndrome in our kids during their adolescence period and would cause havoc in society.”

We can Check what the lead actress of the show Tejaswi Prakash Wayangankar says about the show.

“I think it’s really progressive. But again, a lot of people believe in judging a book by its cover…” Tejaswi told to a news agency in New Delhi.

“They love being judgmental and people have nothing better to do than judging somebody else’s work. Then okay, what can I do?” she added.

People in the industry feel the content on small screen has hit a new low, but the actress doesn’t feel so. She added, “I feel it’s just a story and fiction. It’s just a story that we are telling people. So how can you judge any story?”

“You like it okay, you don’t like it, so, you don’t like it. We are not professors, we are not trying to teach you anything” Tejaswi adds.