Posted: 07 July 2011 at 12:12pm | IP Logged
what they need to do is show that JAGA are really in love and understand each other perfectly and are made for each other. Then, they need to show Anandi making up for lost years and getting educated and finding a good career. These contrasts will show how child marriage clipped the growth of both J and A. right now the rhetoric is doosra vivah doosra vivah doosra vivah. What they are forgetting is that doosra vivah is not the real problem. The root of all problems is Bal Vivah, which forced doosra vivah.
This is the only way they can declare how child marriages are not the right thing to do. The current track is on pitching gauri versus anandi and contrast them. Whats the whole point if this is all it comes down to? How is this any different from saas bahu saas serials.
The next step is have JAGA leave haveli asap, disgruntled, unhappy and penniless. Let them struggle and show how J's attitude is really hurting their marriage. Gauri is justified in her anger towards the family but a little immature in realization that the family wont just give in.
Finally, i am confused whether CVs want to show that Jagya is shallow and callous or that Jagya is just as much a victim of child marriage as G and A or that choosing one's partner is wrong. I am really not sure what the message is.
Right now, the forum is happy bashing Jagya because he is the obvious culprit. But is he? Didnt the CVs start off this track with the purpose of showing how a grown adult man may like a different woman and cannot automatically fall in love with his child bride, who might be fundamentally incompatible with him? If yes, then the CVS went about it all the wrong way. First, they showed strong romance between anandi and jagya. they should have shown that their differences were always acute and once J went to city, those differences were irreconcilable.
Alas, this is too much to ask of CVs who write scripts the night before the shot is taken. no foresight, no vision, no story line.
I may sound harsh on CVs, but the truth is BV is the only half way decent serial and when it disappoints it feels like a waste of time.