Originally posted by colorsAddict
[/QUOTE] Saying Evil to Evil is normal and totally sensible....because tapu is not villain like bazigar etc....she is total dark character ...evilness unlimited kinda ...and this whole show is about how you can win through evilness....and to my point Ichha also supports evilness by not going against evilness....she is pretty weak character....she is failed to win over evilness so far...To discourage evilness is very important...and this show is not of much significant for me....still expressing its story unexpectable and slapping CVs for their stupidness makes me feel better....soooo I will continue to do it.... and all people with consiousnesswill do ....I don't watch this serial....but still keep catching on to find out how far the people are getting weird in this story....and my conclusion is reel life is probably just reflection of real life........so just finding how mean people can be and what people can do...luckily never had encoutered one....and in real life alos people are evil and support here in this forum also...not talking about bunch of people that just want to see some hot stuff between two hotties....some are too shocking.....I am really sorry Hima....but hum bhi pakayenge jab tak ye CVs hume pakayenge
and yes do support tapasya turning into normal human being....just we need to take her to Tihar jail....Kiran Bedi has done all arrangements there for giving second chance to criminals....I am even ready to send donation for extra care of tapasya there
I agree and respect that its completely normal to call it evil..what one find a evil.....where I differ is though hating something bad is a normal trait...but how much energy of hatred and repetition could be employed in something which is just a drama of evilness....is what I wonder. The level of hatred normally would be different for a terrorist and a pick pocket...same way we treat fictional hatred more lightly and with less anger than a real life act.
I also agree than reel life is a reflection of real life..but at the same time it is a very poor and incomplete reflection...I feel television created characters are over-simplified, yet overtly dramatized versions of the very complex real human characters....and hence these fictional can never be translated into real people unless we add our own set of assumptions to them.
To illustrate the above point, when we hate Tapasya, actually we are hating a woman who might be like "Tapsya" in real life. ..we translate her into a real life version and then we hate that character we have Perceived
... (the assumptions we might have taken are: cold personality, vanity, confidence, arrogance etc.... )...to make these assumptions, we take inferences and cues from what is shown to us-but then we complete the picture in our own mind...and then we love or hate the character we have perceived or assumed.
To explain the perspective of those who "Love"
Tapasya...they are not immature or people who support bad things.... its just the set of assumptions they have taken to define that perceived complex human character is different...they have chosen to take a different set of assumptions while converting her from fiction to reality in their minds ..they assume if Tapasya were real she might have been misguided, love starved, vindictive....
Its impossible for the creatives to show complete depth of human charcter....(great writers like Tagore beautifully explored the inside of human minds in their stories)...however the writers of these serials are into commercial writing, neither do they have so much talent.....so they show us ovewr simplified black/ white characters..they show us very superficial and simplified versions....we are led into making lot of our own assumptions, while we perceive these characters depicted on TV , as to how they would have been, if they existed in real life.
so nobody is really right or wrong ....everyone is normal I assume on
this forum..and they love or hate Tapasya based on their assumptions of
what she might be, if she were a real life character..... everyone is
loving or hating their own perceived Tapsya-not the other one's
Tapsya...! so its kinda futile to cast judgments on each other's
maturity or sanity. Both sets of people are right in their judgment...but they should understand that the other one is loving or hating his own
version of Tapsya...not the version of "Tapsya" the other one has interpreted.
However, as a reader I prefer more creative ideas...a positive and fresh flow of thoughts...thats why I prefer one set of ideas more than the other-thats just my personal prefernce......also I find it redundant to call a fictional villain, a villain 100 times, because its already stated....not that its wrong or right ..its just boring for me to see it....but thats about it...I am no one to stop or make anyone write anything...just expressing my views and opinions on posts
Anyone who had the patience to read my long , boring post...thanks for reading it...
Edited by hima_123 - 26 July 2010 at 5:35pm