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@TM, I understand where you are coming from, but I feel it is a bit too early to form judgments as of now. Showing a family like the Vaishnavs who have the older generation quite traditional and the younger generation modern is not really regressive……….that is how most families are in India at the moment. And marriages are considered as union of families even now by the majority, not just a man and a woman, however old-fashioned it may sound! And when mothers look for wives for their sons, they do look for a girl who will fit in with the family, not just the son! I agree with you that Poulomi seems more compatible with Krish than Rajnibala who is a village girl, but Krish is impulsive and a little thoughtless in his behavior, so maybe Rajni might complement him better…….it is just a thought of mine…..Poulomi would go on looking after every need of his and he would remain the same...while Rajni might end up making a better person of him!
Also there has to be something negative for something else positive to be highlighted, so showing a traditional family changing its mindset is really progressive, not regressive! If the family is so broadminded and accepting of Poulomi (in fact, only Yashoda seems to have reservations against her), then would there be a story at all? Should we not watch a bit more before we decide that the show is regressive in nature?
I would wait for the CVs to develop the story some more before making up my mind!
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