He found out!!! I am not able to hold back my immense pleasure in Mr. Guddu Shukla discovering that it was Kalsonwali who was responsible for putting the salt in the kheer and heapfuls of lal mirch in the vegetables. This is no small achievement in revelation by the writers of Indian tv serial, to me as a viewer, I consider this a MAJOR, Major League, Paramount, reaching the highest mountain peak kind of achievement!!! Nothing short of hitting a home run!! We, the viewers were not taken for a ride, a slow motion, dragging ride filled with frustration, tension, and time wasting on watching episode after episode waiting to find out if ever the Hero will discover that its not his Dharampatni's fault but the stupid fool murderous Kalsonwali's.
To me, this show by far is the most creatively written with subtle twists&turns. Besides the well sketched characters of Runjhun, Guddu, and Amma, the writing of R&Amma's relationship as well as R&G's relationship is what draws me to this show.
(AND of course the work of the immensely talented actors.)
So yeah, Lage Raho Writers of Bhagonwali!!
I have been listening to a lot of Kishore Da's music lately and watching old Indian films.
There is a song by Kishore Da titled "pyar manga hein tumise na inkaar karo"
I'd like to say to the writers:
Ek khubsoorat Kahani, maangi hein tumise, na inkaar karo...
kitna madhur yeh Bhagonwali ka safar hai, writers aap hamare saath do
Beete hue woh trashy, nonsense, mediocore serials ke din, zaara yaad na karo
Kitne haseen hai yeh hamari Bhagonwali, bilkul rimhjim gire sawan sulag sulag jaaye
PS: Please pardon my hindi mistakes.
Edited by EcliPSe_2010 - 22 April 2011 at 4:25pm