Well, the action is there, a flow of events is there; and now the only thing that remains is the
dialogues. There are some scenes that just need visual presentation and nothing to be said, but
there are certain elements where dialogues are a necessity; whether it’s about how
Mythological shows certainly fall under the category of shows where there is an immense need
for dialogues. For the purpose of providing the audience a way of living, characters in the
mythological shows, especially the protagonist or the Gods pass basic knowledge to the viewers.
Also, in these shows, characters interact within each other a lot, thus providing ample space for
dialogues. So, effective, informative, important, sourced and connected dialogue writing puts in
the last feather to the writing board.
However, unlike other regional creations, Mythological shows contain layered dialogue writing.
This is because there is a certain algorithm set within different languages so as to develop a
dialogue that is true to the dialect and language of the true history; also, something that can also
be understood by today’s audience. Hindi-Sanskrit, Hindi-Urdu and other ancient languages and
cultural nuances are combined to make smooth palatable dialogues for characters. Speaking of
characters, the dialogues are supposed to be true to the nuances of the characters, i.e., how the
character talks and what are his/ her boundaries of choosing the words. For example, Lord Ram
would always be polite and would choose wise words, whereas his brother Lakshmana would
use hard hitting and rageful words - As they say, each word one says shows the emotions within