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Joined: 26 December 2007
Viji, love you for the post that made my brain work overtime.
Thanks Yaar.....Har koi mujhse yehi kehtha hai.....Looks like i am the culprit??? do u think i should stop making the brains work over time
Do you feel the show is losing its Charm???
Personally, the Charm has always been Maan and Geet.
To each their own...For me its always been the way the Director had a Vision to showcase a social Issue(the plight of a woman/her journey) interspersed with a passionate Lovestory....
The story telling was amazing...
The symbolism's glaring at us from within the screen....
To add to the Beauty, the way Maan and Geet the two poignant characters that was sketched were so much detailed and a treat to watch as the story unfolded
Because of their superb acting skills and pat on expressive faces, the story of their love spoke volumes. Starting with Geets innocence to Maan's underlying aggressive nature, Geet's tremendous strength and will to survive with Maan's underlying confidence to be her protector; all expressed thru their eyes, lips, smiles, toned face muscles aggravating or subtly playing the expressions, his body language, not stumbling or guessing his way, the story line clinched top rating. This was a telling story of an aspiring Indian woman who hunted for safety & justice, and there were these two lead stunners, and their versatility created magic. And if either of them disappeared the show lost life.
THE PART UNDERLINED FOR ME AS OF NOW SEEMS TO HAVE DISAPPEARED FROM THE SHOW, FOR GOOD OR NOT IS YET ANOTHER FACTOR, FOR WHICH WE WILL HAVE TO WAIT i GUESS (Caps only for emphasis)
Do you feel that a Gripping Story/Screenplay is Missing???
There are the spell binding episodes and the lesser intensity ones. I have this time of day where I watch Geet from pre-Maan time to his first encounter with Geet, to her journey to Delhi and her Maan encounters and then the hillarious and heart-warming office nok-jhoks to teary clientele episodes. They used to fascinate me and do so even now.
Tell me about it......Those episodes are examples of Classic Story Telling and sheer acting Brilliance and flawless execution
Then on came the much-hyped engagement, the misunderstanding episodes to Maan buying off the paint co. to his farm house ranting, to forgiveness in the office and then hot-on romance all leading to the upcoming marriage. These really have been gripping story lines. But what is really missing is coordination of a month's episodes to later episodes.
I really feel that even during the engagement time and the Hospital seq....were quite nicely done....But then on that is from the Dev-Maan-Geet confrontation to the MU(Which i like but only qualm was about execution) and there on hell broke loose
Fusion of characters in episodes should allow a connecting factor of one episode with the other. Characters sidelined are to be given a good story to leave the serial for good. When something new is being created by way of a new direction to the story, the old and redundant ones need to be taken off the shelf very carefully without reducing the subtle embossment it has created in the hearts and minds of viewers.
Driving and directing episodes to make sense with characters and story that seem rather loosely woven and are diverted from actual facts or core theme of the story - Geet, her struggles, Maan empowering her for the challenges ahead, need to be dealt with cohesive intelligence. -Geet becoming a woman of the world with her modest power and trained acumen and how she aids Maan to build a better and futuristic empire (after all she wanted a strong and intelligent baby) and through all this should be woven the hot scenes, the romantic interludes frequently and the gripping mystery occasionally. After all, we have seen Geet take over projects, fight clients for Maan and step in his shoes in a way when she had to run the paint co. Through all this she knows her subservient place in Maan's life and she adds a lovely freshness into his life. She becomes the sherni for Maan.
The part underlined well said This is one thing Missing now...Where is the Tigress????
Do you feel all the Maaneet moments that have been shown recently looks lifeless and repetitive in terms of Direction and Execution???
Yes. There seem to be less flavor in the ingredients used in enacting scenes. Gurti movements, even repetitive ones are worth a lifetimes watch, but somehow they are becoming monotonous. There is a subtle interplay of action, romance, aggression, shrewd abilities, and a worldly chess game of sorts for achievements and power that can be experimented with. The Director and his team have to ensure that for a serial that has done tremendously well at the ratings game, the intoxicating thought of being able to create limitless realities should stand afront.
The principle for a successful fusion of storyline/concept, acting and the projection of reality, is that one must have a good knowledge of its ingredients, their flavor and taste. It must hit people's intellect and mind. The concept must look good and intelligent fans need to savour it well. For this an important ingredient is consistency in the work of Director, Producer and CVs, the flavor and taste to be provided by the actors. This is a modern story set in the reality of the world today, unjust marriages for buying a girls security, to honor killings, forced abortions to infanticide, are rampant in India.
U have put it so well that i dont think i should spoil it by adding anything more
As loyal Viewers of GHSP, who has been watching this show religiously..... honestly batao do u still see that Spark, that Magic, that Brilliance which has always been associated with GHSP???
Yes, the magic and that brilliance are missing because of the monotonous action and replay. Today, one has to touch the hearts of a young generation who have to intelligently focus on changing history and excess baggage in tradition.
Exactly, the audience have grown Intelligent, they dont take anything and everything that comes their way, and when such a Scenario Prevails anything less than the already set standard becomes unacceptable
These should be stories of ambitious young Indians who struggle and sacrifice to chase their dreams in the new age. Geet is one such character. And Maan another. There are also sidies who leave lasting impressions.
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Male ego....please answer if you can.
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|--dolphin--||16||3554||24 August 2010 at 12:12pm by --dolphin--|
Answer this question Maneetians?
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|SweetSanny||15||1883||12 August 2010 at 2:34am by pureluv|
A sincere Request
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|kyphfanz||13||1200||10 August 2010 at 7:09am by kyphfanz|
1 question every MAANEET Fan should answer-Do read
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|rickks||87||6621||26 July 2010 at 3:31pm by rickks|
Every Geet fan plz answer this.
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