Posted: 06 December 2011 at 11:55pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -roshnee-
Originally posted by -Rinky-
about rishi being a chauvinist..umm..thats a harsh word...i think he is immature...acting like a knight in shining armour to a woman who can fight a battle against all the knights put in one place...I feel he doesn't realise what she is capable of...and yes he is indeed a wannabe...
as for falling in love with the male lead...surely i am not in love with rishi...
but i feel he is chauvinist.how he encourages munna and together they pretend to give a damn to indira is not a very kind behavior you know. and i have expalined why i think of him to be chauvinist. see its a behavior type of chauvinists that you'd let the woman work, but wont give her the credit. and he certainly showed that he thought all that indira is doing just her duty and theres no credit for her.
I agree with Roshnee in his character portrayal, he is behaving in a mostly detrimental and chauvinistic way to Indira and is proving to cause more heartache than good. Also, this attitude that he has come to save her is lacking and the saviour complex should be taken out all together. I don't remember him giving credit due to Indira, especially in the scene where she returns home and he makes remarks on how she didn't thank him, while the dysfunctional family is behaving unpleasantly surprised that she returned. I don't think behaving as a hinderance is attractive. He should really try and understand her and befriend her, it would be against the mill if they were to break the norm and actually show a male companion and humsafar to Indira. That would be awesome, and then we can have hot scenes and everything, I'm sure he would have more of an lasting screen presence if the CVs showed a more supportive Rishi.