Posted: 22 March 2006 at 9:16am | IP Logged
Originally posted by lovlina
<P><FONT face="Times New Roman" size=3>Hi to everybody. Of late, people seem to be suddenly realizing how arrogant Karunya is and how sweet <?:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /><st1:City w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">Sandy</st1:place></st1:City> is and the less said about Anuj the better. Just one question to all- how many years have all these people spent with these three guys to brand them as arrogant or sweet? I'm not talking in favor of anybody here but trying to say that it's too early to brand anybody anything. <SPAN></SPAN>It takes not just 1 or 2 but some years to understand a person totally.<SPAN> </SPAN>Basically, people come under the grey shade category. For people who are new to these shades let me introduce to you black which represents 100% negativity (For ex., Ramola Sikand, Mandira, Pallavi, Kamolika etc.) and white represents 100% positivity (for example, Tulsi, Parvathi, Jassi, Prerna etc.). The shade that lies between these two is the grey shade which we all human beings come under for a simple reason that we all are neither completely bad nor completely good. We all have our grey shades. If somebody tells me that s/he never gets angry and never gets jealous then s/he is a plain liar because it is human to have all those feelings. If there is someone who doesn't have any feelings then they are either Gods or saints. We have conditioned our mind to such an extent that we start seeing those imaginary 'Mr. / Ms. Perfect' characters in people around us and start branding them if they are not up to our expectations. Grow up! These characters can be found only in Ekta Kapoor's serials, not in real life. Trust me, real life is not as complicated as what Ekta portrays in her serials. Ekta has no option but to add all that masala to get high TRPs as she's answerable to her shareholders. Try to look at people and this world through sheer objectivity. Remember, nobody's perfect.