‘Reality’ behind Reality shows

Hmmmm…. Sad… So, this is what ‘actually’ happens in reality shows? This video sheds a pathetic light on both the participants and conductors of the show. Here’s a clip from the sensored parts of the ‘Dadagiri’ show in Bindaas Channel. The lady host at some point slaps one of the contestants and in an instinctive response he slaps her back. What ensues is the harsh reality of this world. The contestant gets beaten and abused by almost everyone else in the studio to the point that he starts crying. This is sad. What about all that crap about feministic equality and all that bullsit??? She slapped him first and he slapped back! Thats it! Why did all those bastards at the studio beat him up for that?

Was it their way of proving their machoism? Were they trying to show off their manliness? By 10 – 15 men beating up that boy? For what? For reacting in an instinctive manner?

Yeah… of course! we can hear the lady who got slapped talking to someone else while the boy is getting trashed by all those spineless unruly bastards (You have to to listen to the blasphemy they are shouting at him…). And the lady can be clearly heard saying “I thought he would have briefed!” and someone answers, “He was. He was clearly told…” Briefed! Briefed? Is this how all ‘reality’ shows happen? Everyone is ‘briefed’ about whats to happen onstage? So, are everyone briefed on how wins and who loses? Then what about all that CRAP about contestants crying, breaking down?

Looks like another event which shows that these ‘reality’ shows are nothing but elaborate dramaatic extensions of mega serials or soap operas… This has been said before and we still talk about it. In anycase, what happens to this boy in this  video is really really sad.

I hope that this video and incident atleast enlightens some morons who aspire to be in those shows and watch this crap relelntlessly!


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  1. #1 by A on September 2, 2008 - 3:33 pm

    I agree with you, the other guys attack him like he did something absolutely terrible to her–as if he is supposed to allow someone to slap him and humiliate him on national television.

    Where else in the world would an entire studio crew be allowed to physically respond to a contestant, anyway? If that happened in the USA, all of those fuckers would be sued and he would be rich.

  2. #2 by A on September 3, 2008 - 3:27 am

    I had to come back and post another comment, this video has been bothering me all day.

    Another website has some explanation, basically this is a reality show like Fear Factor where contestants are humiliated and have to eat nasty stuff (basically FF with extra bitch).

    This part is partly scripted, partly improvised; this dude knew she was supposed to treat him like shit, but did not expect to be slapped across the face. You’re right about it being instinctual, and to me, he is totally in the right.

    And this may sound misogynistic, but looking at that girl, and considering that she was probably hand-picked for this role, I would bet that she gets off on this sort of violent power-game and she probably got wet from being slapped, or at the very least begrudgingly respects this guy for hitting her back like that.

    I think you’re right about the black-vest guy fucking her too. It’s like a reaction-formation; he probably has hit women before, but this is national TV, so all the guys need to make it very clear that men who slap women (who slap men and treat them like shit) need to be stomped on by a no less than 5 people.

    That’s the most disturbing thing about this video; not the violence itself, but the way the dude has no avenue of retaliation. He must have been very upset from the slap to start crying, but the way the entire crew bullies him afterwards would definitely make anyone feel upset, humiliated and frustrated.

    The other site also mentions how he is a lower socioeconomic class than her (I guess someone who isn’t Indian wouldn’t be able to notice these things off-hand…) so he deserves to be punished. But Indians believe in karma, right? Mr. Black-Vest and Mr. Off-Pink Shirt will no doubt get their comeuppance.

  3. #3 by ASS on September 3, 2008 - 10:23 am

    GIRL IS A RUNDI KI BACHI AND ALL THESE CHOOTIYAY ASSHOLES ARE TATTOOO! props to guy who slapped tht rundi back. kthxbai.

  4. #4 by ASS on September 3, 2008 - 10:27 am

    He must have been very upset from the slap to start crying, but the way the entire crew bullies him afterwards would definitely make anyone feel upset, humiliated and frustrated.

    ^ true. this crew shud be sued and madarchod the male host shud come to pak so our pathaans can make him realize his actual AUQAAT rundi ki nasal:@ pissed off at crew and these shitty reality fucking retarded shows.

    P.S: sorry for the language, the video just exploded me and i can feel the blood pumping in me – wish i was at this guys place to fuck the shit out of this motherfucking loser host atleast.

  5. #5 by Fai on September 4, 2008 - 12:54 am

    Bunch of assholes… she slapped he slapped back.. and whats with peopel saying she’s a girl so she can do w/e with him.. Like it has been previously said, the participant society status is not upto mark with these so called big boys/girls wanna be participant.. I hope the guy gets justice and feel like kicking the shit out of everyone.. even the girl

  6. #6 by Anandi on September 5, 2008 - 8:30 am

    Watched the video. this is fun and i believe this should have been telecasted to the audience specifically highlighting the “briefing” part. People who sit and watch these reality shows religiously should understand that these are just another mega serials with more acting than any other soaps.

    In the present case, if he were to be “briefed” about the things, i feel she should also be briefed about using filthy language. I personaly feel that any person, notwithstanding their financial status, taking part in these shows have self respect as to not to react to these kind of treatment. And since the participants play the main role in these shows, they should be definitely treated with more respect.

    And speaking of reality shows, i know many reality shows where all the campaign for voting is all about making the public spend money. The results are published much before the actual episode is aired while the participants are warned not to let the news out. Many a cases the participants are relatives of a popular figure and any judge who corrects these participants or awards less marks are either warned or removed from the judges forum.

    So much to the viewers for wasting time and money. Atleast wake up now and understand that people behind the show are just to make money.

  7. #7 by curryhurry on September 7, 2008 - 2:32 am

    Folks don’t expect anything to happen if he goes to court. Most of these producers are well connect 😉 and that poor guy would get the same treatment in the police station. And the sorry ass of a judicial system ..less said the better. Justice is bought and at best he might be on his death bed before his case comes up for hearing.
    The poor participant sure did the right thing. The Bad mouthing anchor flew of her handle when the participant asked her to get out of the show. The rest of the emasculated studio hands got their testosterone pumping at the thought of some favors from this anchor if they all jump on one guy.
    Especially that obese guy in the pink shirt.

  8. #8 by Aaaru on September 10, 2008 - 3:21 am

    I got so pissed of after seeing this i couldnt digest this at all.
    Had it happened in US or in any other place the anchor would have been placed a good amount of sentence. The bitch(couldnt control my language and im not a chauvnist) couldnt have asked for more. She should have been given one more. I dont even have grudge against the bitch , but the co anchor. The bastard tries to show of his tiny lil prick to the poor guy. He should be treated offline with due respect.
    I still cant control my anger . Poor lil boy ..

  9. #9 by Nimmy on September 10, 2008 - 3:34 pm

    “that these ‘reality’ shows are nothing but elaborate dramaatic extensions of mega serials or soap operas”..lol..very true..Indeed boring once they crossed the threshold of entretainment and entered the business-alone ,ads-alone arena…

  10. #10 by paoli cycas on September 11, 2008 - 6:50 pm

    WHOA…in a country where we defend our womenfolk “so vigorously” that they shoudl not be slapped even if they happen to be the ones to have initiated the contest, such “gentlemen” are probably the ones who might have played a pivotal role in the story of a girl such as saraswathy from Hyderabad who ended up experiencing life in a way not many of us do or have ..IMHO

  11. #11 by honest opinion on September 13, 2008 - 8:43 am

    maybe its the crew who were not briefed lol
    wow .
    or maybe all this was planned to ‘improve’ their rating

  12. #12 by jeck on September 28, 2008 - 9:46 am

    Cant we do anything about it to help the poor felo??im so angered…..wish i ws there to show the host wt a loser he ws to pound the little guy……i just wish that poor felo gets his fair part of justice…..im severely affected after watching it…..i wish i ws there to beat the crap outta that male host!!!!!and the woman deserved every bit of it……I wish we could do something to all those BAstards who ran in there and help beat the poor guy up……im just so angry!argh…..and i feel so sad…the contestant did the right thing there

  13. #13 by lame on March 2, 2009 - 9:24 pm

    firstly i respect females from the core of my heart. but i havent seen a slut like that in a long time. there was no fault from the guys side. she abused him and slapped him . he reacted. who is that guy in black vest. you lame dick why dont you go and hit those who banged innocent girls in mangalore by your sri ram sena. they will chop your balls off. lucky that bitch is alive. and lucky you have kids on the show and not real men.

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