Posted: 09 August 2012 at 6:04am | IP Logged
Originally posted by sree07
Originally posted by vasiraju
Originally posted by sree07
I think its brings back our old debate... baggage and traveling light weight. Here we go again disagreeing...
Agree that she was the resident clown of GH. But that comes with her nature. She was chirpy in RM as well. In office she was equally feisty. So we can not stamp that character trait as something which is forced by gupta's. Its her nature.
Now shortsightedness (mostly i believe it is the result of her good nature and the inability to see bad in any one..can be counted as a shade of innocence.), meddling in others matters (here also I believe she thinks everyone as her own and their problems always become her problem by default because of his nature.), those traits are not gone anywhere IMO. It is still in place in tact. Its a part of her goodness.
But irrespective of these traits she can be the chirpy mood. the behavior does not have to do with any of this. The ever present sadness in her is the one boggling her mind. And it kills the spunk in her somewhere. It has nothing to do with being mature or learning to mend her ways.
Sree being innocence is itself considered as immaturity...You can't always possess a Kid innocence in You,,
the phase of a girls starts from her home being innocent protected by the parents ..and they won't allow to the world totally ..
once your education completes and you will be in the working world their you interact to so many people and learn so many things which you won't learn at home.. because we always protected by parents..
out side world we learn who is bad and to what extent we can believe the people ..
Phase 2...marriage ,new house ,new costumes,new traditions new way of living ..
that is the phase we take responsibility of house,take our own decision for the good of the family..
so in this learning process we attain maturity of thinking,does not mean we should loose our innocence but their we limit our innocence to our family and the persons we love..
I believe that you can always be a kid at heart no matter whats your age. You can always preserve the innocence. Childlike is an endearment and being childish is considered as immature. There is a difference.
Maturity of thinking comes with age and depends on their situations. That does not have to reflect in being bubbly or chirpy. People can be mature and chirpy at the same time. My point is that showing a sober demeanor does not necessarily indicate a mature person.
Khushi can be chirpy and a woman of substance at the same time. (if gul di pays enough attention to her)
Sree I agree ..some people Possess the nature Kushi show ..but doesn't lead to a negative impression on others ..their comes the maturity ..
their is Thin line between these two ,You can behave Like kid do anything which should give happiness and not the awkwardness or headache with that nature .. hope i am making some sense here ..
rest i leave to you ..best example is yesterday episode..
in the morning she is watching ASR but she is not willing that he wanted to notice her feelings..
her last dialogue was funny and so adorable showing her innocence ..which is exactly her character..
If gul continues to show her in such a way i am the first person to feel happy for her character
Edited by vasiraju - 09 August 2012 at 6:08am