This is a wonderfully conceived serial that had high moral messages that were delivered to the audience when it commenced. Indian culture, values, such as courtesy, respect humility were all very well depicted. The dialogues between characters were always thoughtful and illustrated ancient Hindu culture. More recently, the serial has started depicting Amma and Sharda as incapable hypocrites whose only purpose is to insult Rama which is very unlike how women in those days behaved. They are shown as greedy, accusing women whose only business is to indulge in gossip. Please be more considerate in depicting these women as well as other women characters like the queen etc.,
Besides, please depict Krishnadeva Raya as the great, just and honourable king that he was rather than as a laughable comedy character; Tenali Rama also needs to be portrayed as a worthy person one who was highly knowledgeable and not as a henpecked husband always getting beaten by his mother.
We the audience request that unimaginable events like suicide should not have been shown as it is considered a grave sin in Hindu and ancient Hindu culture; now that it has been telecast, perhaps Tenali Rama could be shown as doing penance - something that was common in those days.
Overall, it is a very interesting serial so we appreciate the comedy aspect and request it to be retained, Thattacharya and his pupils do a fantastic job; but also the historical aspects of the time, the culture, values, beliefs should also be depicted more accurately. I hope CVs understand that we enjoy the series and we want to gain more knowledge about such great people of the past, but not at the cost of sacrificing quality for entertainment. Thank you