Joined: 21 September 2004
I completely agree with ya!.........i can see it all happen too. What these directors/producers/writers.....whatever you want to call them need to do is enter 2004.........they are still trapped in 1904 when women had no meaning no importance what-so-ever. My mom loves this show because of simran. She's the first woman you see as a sucessful doctor who puts her hard work and devotion to her career first. This is the message that we need from these shows. This is what encourages women in the real world to pursue their dreams and become "Independent Women".........but these serials like Kusum, Piya ka ghar, etc........all show the woman as idiots. They are shown doing things that degrate the woman. Cheating, lying, scheming, rape.......all these things always fall onto the women and then they easliy forgive and forget. The message the female audiences need to get is that women need to always come up on top. But instead.......the opposite is happening..........to bad so sad!!!
Joined: 02 September 2004
I agree totally. Simran is really strong character and they have always shown her giving preference to her professional life and not just getting bogged down by personal tragedies.
I like this serial a lot and specially Manas. I think he is one of the most natural performers in tv today (I guess that is why he does not get too many roles).
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