Posted: 20 November 2010 at 1:44pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by ronitfan
That was a great analysis.. Thank you...
even I felt that the 'procedure' that the lawyers use in court was not illustrated and followed.. it seemed informal, the entire proceeding, looked like there was no not enough research done..
About Ronit, well maybe in the next episode, his character appeals to
people because his main funda behind the role was that he was a very
unconventional lawyer.. the actress playing Maya is good, no doubt about that..
All said and done,
miles away from what Siddhant was but then again, I don't think this
show is meant to be another Siddhant... Siddhant was a brilliant show
with a lot of angles, and had continuity.. in Adaalat, every case has to be finished in that very episode..atleast that's what the synopsis said.. so Siddhant >> Adaalat anytime, I just thought the 'deviation' from the normal lawyer thingy was very cool.. it's like based on the Perry Mason character that we all love :D
Yes, but this is just the first episode, let's wait and watch...
Yes, I never said that he was bad, I meant that he wasn't as spirited as the typical judge, but hey, again this is the first episode. He already has the looks going for him, let's hope for the best...
Sorry, I was comparing it with Siddhanth a bit too much
Prolly because these are the only 2 shows of this genre ever made in Indian TV. And no, Siddhanth transformed into the one case per episode show after a while. Too bad it shut down. But anyways, I'm glad that they have made a similar show, just need to get used to it. Not sure about Perry Mason, but yes, it certainly looks like L&O: SVU minus the cops.
Another thing: Is the actoress playing the public prosecutor gonna be the plantiff everytime...because that would be strange
Now if you'll excuse me, I shall go see what blunders the CID PT made this time around...