Posted: 05 September 2012 at 2:57pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Nu_Adu
Originally posted by sadumaneet
'i am so lazy bump to write anything but ur post make me write few things first u really need reality checks on tv serials u will find way too illogical things in tv serial so for me Madhubala is the most logical serial i ever seen on tv. second thing how can u accept 12 year boy to accept his mother second marriage and live life normally specially he were so closed to his father. ur right madhu and paddy would have seen more hurdles but ony in terma of financial thing madhu had brought up in more emotionally secure way were she had share happiness and love easily that makes her childhood beautiful not cruel like RK who lost his father at tender age were his innocence is snatched away with cruel reality. any way apana apana pov hota hai but what to do I am just completely disagree with u
Kids younger and older than 12 experience parents getting divorced, separated and re-married to others every day.
But I know the makers will slowly shed more light on his past as the show progresses. I'm just saying right now I'm having trouble accepting his family into the story.
I must say I seriously dislike it when an intelligent commentator is bullied on a thread by people who seem to equate critical viewing with this monster called 'bashing". The poster made cogent, well-argued points in a very polite, well-expressed and urbane manner. There are absolutely no grounds to try and coerce them into a retraction.
I love Madhubala, and I am sure so does the poster. That is why are here, to share our thoughts with others who like it too. But if we demand higher standards of writing, directing and production-- by offering constructive critical input, we should not be run off the forum for our trouble. However, if we the viewers send out a message that we will swallow any old bilge fed to us-- we are not doing any favours to anyone.
I am a writer myself, and I'd rather that my readers argue and debate with me on the world I have created for them, rather than to passively accept everything I churn out. There is zero creative satisfaction in that.