1. How did you first get pulled into watching Bhagonwali?
My parents normally watch the shows on Zee so I tend to get glimpses of
shows if I watch TV with them. I didn't watch BBAT from the beginning
though I remember shaking my head and muttering to myself on how they
could watch this stuff as they watched on tv
...(serves me right
, where oh where did this common sense go?
I remember the episode where Guddu auctions off Runjhun's wedding
things, and I was interested then because it was obvious that Guddu was
the male lead, and I was curious to see how the two would come
... but then the Mamis dunked Runjhun's head in water
thought to myself "what kind of people watch this stuff?" but I kept
When Lakkan Misra came on the scene and fixed Runjhun's marriage to
Shashi I was watching on a regular basis. Also in terms of IF, I think I started reading the
WUs in the Jan time frame after the
auction scene, and I kept coming back as I liked reading the WU as well
reading what others were saying. 2. Is Bhagonwali the first show you've ever watched?
Yes, as it is the first Indian show that I have watched and followed on my
own. It's still the only Indian show I watch on a regular basis and
have gotten so involved with. I have seen glimpses or a few episodes of other shows but never gotten involved.3. What is your one favorite scene from Bhagonwali (I know it's hard but pick only one favorite)?
I have been thinking about this for quite a while... while I loved the "Hum Gajhodhar bhol rahe hain zara Kukkan ko phone dijiye" line... I think my favorite scene was when Runjhun embroiders the handkerchief to thank Guddu...his impatience to go inside the room and how Runjhun teaches him how to be a salesman. Especially loved when Runjhun wore the gamchha and ray-bans.http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xknky5_guddu-runjhun-scene-117_shortfilms4. If you get a chance to meet Runjhun (not Nivedita) in real life what would you say to her?
Runjhuniya-ji, Always listen to your heart...and do what you think and know to be right...and if Guddu gets in the way... you know what to do. 5. If you get a chance to meet Guddu (not Himmanshoo) in real life what would you say to him?
Watch yo' back.
I'm keeping an eye on you!Last Question:
If you were a Bhagonwali, what would you do?
Oops forgot the last question. I would try to help others as long as they were trying to help themselves. I would not let anyone know that I was helping them or that I was a bhagonwali. People should learn to do things on their own but help from a 3rd party never hurts.
Also, would not want anyone to try to take advantage of the "bhagonwali-ness."
Edited by rani2007 - 24 January 2012 at 9:39pm