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unniknairtcr

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Posted: 24 April 2012 at 2:44am | IP Logged
the main thing i see in this serial,as we all say,daughters r" paraya dhan".that s true.they ll get all  the support from their in laws if they r loyal , loving,& caring.they can easily win their hearts.

see how mona got all the support from her in laws,when her own parents dumped her & 3 children.
even her mother could nt give a moral support to her.they were afraid of their samage.how they react.not their daughter s life.
girls  get alart!!!!!!!.love ur in laws,look after them well.they ll support u.Clap

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Posted: 24 April 2012 at 3:58am | IP Logged
u mite be right but it's not always that simple.
 
sometimes the girl goes to her sasural with thoughts of accepting her in-laws wholeheartedly.
 
While these in-laws may not be wicked or evil, they might be reserved or have this cunningness where no matter how good you are with them, they don't accept you wholeheartedly.
 
They may be sacchirinely sweet with you but you get the vibes that something is not right.
 
What's more important to them is that they have the upperhand, like the jethani or sasuma - ensuring that the control remains in their hands, despite the new bahu, the FIL who cares about his social standing in society even at expense of his or DIL's happiness. 
 
Unfortunate but true...life is never fair, sometimes you have an understanding MIL but underdeserving DIL or vice versa.
 
Best for a woman to do is to stick to her principles, respect her in-laws (whether deserving or otherwise) and try to do the right thing in light of the situation she finds herself in.

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Posted: 24 April 2012 at 4:41am | IP Logged
While it is important to play ALL our roles in life with sincerity, it does not guarantee that we will be treated fairly. Mona's in-laws are the exception rather than the rule. Most in-laws in India still resent the bahu as an intruder competing for their son's affections, an unpaid maidservant or worse, a cash cow (if she is working).
Sorry to sound so harsh but just remembered the bitter experiences of some of my friends. I have also seen cases where the in-laws are extremely cooperative. But it is rare to see people go against their own son even when he is wrong.

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Posted: 24 April 2012 at 5:41am | IP Logged

dis is a very gud thing dey r showing...didnt expect dis from ekta...

her own parents r not redy to accept her actually her father but her in laws r supporting her in every possible way...

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