Posted: 03 September 2012 at 3:15am | IP Logged
When inexperience and lack of PR skills is displayed in a profession that is media and public driven.. any mistake small or big is never looked at as a mistake.. it becomes a crime!
Media is a field that doesn't forgive anyone.. its a platform where age is not a factor, inexperience is not excuses... you could be 16 or 65 from your words, to your attitude to your statements, jokes, gestures, tone everything is scrutinized!!
A new may be sensationalised when it happens but it is foolish to think that it dies down! It may be put out where something more sensational occurs but another mistake by the person and all the history is dug out and it seems like it never went away!!
Of late this is exactly what I feel is happening...
Two grave mistakes from 4 Lions----
1) Gul casually talking about the original concept of Didi ki Sautan
2) The writer making the comment 'dekha hai to deko'
Everytime the storyline falters, rumour mills go on a spin or actors make the wrong move or statement... we cant help but revisit these two mistakes and pull them out from their coffins and make a connect.
And it is not really the audience's fault cause the profession is like that... nothing is fforgiven and everything remains alive in the public memory!!
Just a lesson to be more careful with the choice of words, improve PR skills and think about what really needs to be revealed and what needs to be under raps!!!