Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives: A Reality Show Without a Mission
Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives is inspired by a couple of American reality television shows. These are namely, “Keeping up with the Kardashians" and "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills". This Indian reality television show has been carving out a niche for itself, which is strange! It is not at all a deep dig, to say the least! The eight-episode series offers no new ideas. The theme is almost fragile with the guise of flamboyance.
Neelam Kothari Soni, Maheep Kapoor, Bhavana Panday, and Seema Khan are all playing real celebrities in the series. They have lives outside of the purview of the media limelight.
Chunky Panday's wife, Bhavana, has a fashion boutique. Sohail Khan's wife, Seema Khan, is a thriving fashion designer. Maheep has called quits to the celluloid realm and settled into family life after marrying Sanjay Kapur. Neelam Kothari, who is married to actor and director Samir Soni, had a successful Bollywood career in the 1980s and currently owns a jewelry extravaganza.
Neelam, Maheep, Bhavana, Seema are close friends and confidants for more than 25 years. They merrily disclose their bonding on any given platform, like parties, events, or any vacation stints
. However, a good chunk of activities they display in public domain does not appear to be completely unscripted. The majority of the time is spent on trivial hobbies and immature commotions.
The expectant audience doesn't get to observe much of the productive exchanges among the ladies and their fast-growing children. They indulge in common and inconsequential matters. It's like worrying over what should be the party wear, getting into a large disagreement over a petty point of substance, and so on.
The less you talk about Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives
the more you will be mentally stable. An individual should better concentrate on creative things that will emancipate his or her soul free of superficiality.