Savdhaan India @11

   

Mohnish Bahl's performance(daily) (Page 16)

Post Reply New Post

Page 16 of 18

SARLAPRA

Groupbie

SARLAPRA

Joined: 11 February 2012

Posts: 164

Posted: 14 November 2012 at 10:12am | IP Logged
unparrallel host. Perfect anchor for perfect cause,as he embarks on a powerful journey.his style his charishma put to use for a great cause.

The following 5 member(s) liked the above post:

Tukuniashutosh.pandakiran1234kulchitraminarva.panda

Dear Guest, Being an unregistered member you are missing out on participating in the lively discussions happening on the topic "Mohnish Bahl's performance(daily) (Page 16)" in Savdhaan India @11 forum. In addition you lose out on the fun interactions with fellow members and other member exclusive features that India-Forums has to offer. Join India's most popular discussion portal on Indian Entertainment. It's FREE and registration is effortless so JOIN NOW!

debaleena_tunai

IF-Rockerz

debaleena_tunai

Joined: 26 February 2012

Posts: 5464

Posted: 27 November 2012 at 1:37am | IP Logged
MB u were too good yest...Big smileWould love to c u in black.. HeartSeeing u only once in a week is not sufficient...Want to c u more...CryCry

The following 5 member(s) liked the above post:

ashutosh.pandaSARLAPRATukunikiran1234minarva.panda

kulchitra

Goldie

kulchitra

Joined: 19 March 2012

Posts: 1373

Posted: 04 December 2012 at 3:41am | IP Logged
November 26th
 
Thank you Induji. Smile
 
 
The sad story of young students in a college hostel, drug addiction, and a good straightforward young boy, who was following the dreams of his mother and brother, getting caught in the inevitable web... and the result is his tragic annihilation.

What is very captivating, yet again, is MB's anchoring. His very emphatic, sincere, and most realistic appeal to parents, peers, guardians, responsible people in educational institutions... to ensure that the young generations, which is constantly under pressure from all directions, should not succumb to the 'fatal' addictions. He also warns, in trying to reform others one can get caught in the web oneself... as did happen with the unfortunate Abhay.

Tragically, far too many people are hapless victims of such circumstances; and when it is too late, families and friends are torn asunder...


Edited by kulchitra - 04 December 2012 at 3:41am

The following 5 member(s) liked the above post:

ashutosh.pandaSARLAPRATukunikiran1234minarva.panda

kulchitra

Goldie

kulchitra

Joined: 19 March 2012

Posts: 1373

Posted: 12 December 2012 at 1:09am | IP Logged
Thank you INDUji


Savdhaan India, Dec 11, 2012


An agitated woman walks into a mall purposefully, and goes directly to the left-bag counter to deposit a duffel bag she is carrying, but just then her husband comes with the police; they find the bag is full of currency notes. What is the story here, asks Mohnish Bahl.

A desperate mother, Archana, was going to make a pay-off to the kidnappers of her son, Aarav. Her husband, Dilip cautioned the police, as he was convinced that paying off was not a solution. The police needed to be brought in to find the missing child. What exactly had happened?

It is a regular school day for Aarav…. just before he leaves, mummy, Archana, quickly stitches a red button in his white shirt. Why? The shirt had a button missing, and at that last minute all Archana could find was that red button… "wear this to school today and I will bring you a new shirt this evening", the mother reassured the excited boy. 

A strange close encounter: the school bus drops him off outside his residential building. On that fateful day, his mother, Archana, gets late meeting him at the bus drop-off point because she was out buying the new uniform shirt for her little son. A neighbour says, yes Aarav walked into the complex, she saw him. Archana assumes he has gone home. But Aarav has not reached home. 

Mohnish Bahl, straightaway cautions: parents need to be wary and alert about the safety of their children; schools are equally responsible for the security of the kids; school-bus conductors and drivers need to ensure they are as aware of the safety of the children when they are dropped off…. My Bahl grimly points out the high incidence of young children being kidnapped; the horrors of human trafficking; and statistics state that over 29 per cent of such crimes are perpetrated by persons known to their victims lulling the latter into complacency. 

The police move from one possible suspect to another. From neighbours, security guards, to finally the stepfather… who seems the most likely culprit, so much so that the hapless mother Archana also gets convinced that it was her husband, whose intolerance of the young boy, had driven him to the crime. With a twist in the tale, circumstances, and the red button reveal finally that it was the young paying guest of the family who, appearing as the sympathiser, was actually the villain of the scene. His extravagant life style and ensuing debts created the situation that prompted the kidnapping… matters went out of hand as they inevitably do, and the innocent boy was fatefully lost to the hands of greed and avarice.

Mr. Mohnish Bahl, highlights the grief of the shocked mother on finding the decayed body of her son; the culprit was finally caught, but too late – after the innocent child became the victim of the tragic and horrendous consequences of high living and low thinking. Such is the outcome of the greed for wealth, the blind pursuit of fame and power, and the get-rich-quick impulse that drives as many as 50-60 per cent of youth to crime. Such are the statistics, Mohnish Bahl reminds us, and bids farewell with the warmth of friendly but sagacious advise: be cautious, be alert and stay safe – India Fight Back!!

The following 5 member(s) liked the above post:

ashutosh.pandaSARLAPRATukunikiran1234minarva.panda

SARLAPRA

Groupbie

SARLAPRA

Joined: 11 February 2012

Posts: 164

Posted: 12 December 2012 at 7:59am | IP Logged
Chitra I endorse you You have spoken my heart too.I am impressed the way MB makes us all alert  I think as MB also precautioned, against these paying guests. One should never keep without proper verification. ,its better to be rather alone than in wrong company. Because they are bound to  get your secrets which is very unsafe .One similar case happened In Vasant kunj .There the paying guest murdered brutally the Landlord a senior citizen,who was not even taking rent ,on the other hand was tutoring those two students too.Was on TV. too.
Mb you anchored Best .

The following 4 member(s) liked the above post:

ashutosh.pandaTukunikiran1234minarva.panda

SARLAPRA

Groupbie

SARLAPRA

Joined: 11 February 2012

Posts: 164

Posted: 12 December 2012 at 8:01am | IP Logged

The following 4 member(s) liked the above post:

ashutosh.pandaTukunikiran1234minarva.panda

kulchitra

Goldie

kulchitra

Joined: 19 March 2012

Posts: 1373

Posted: 12 December 2012 at 9:45pm | IP Logged
Thank you Induji.
Savdhaan India, Dec 12, 2012

Abject poverty, a drunken and gambling husband, and the wife in the final stage of her second pregnancy. The husband Suraj, a daily wages labourer, has no job, is steeped in debt and becomes the perfect handle for Prabhakar's manipulative manouvres. Mohnish Bahl highlights for us, there and then, the obvious precarious situation. A "benefactor" comes into Suraj's life, at a time when he is desperate and obviously he is going to be ready to be manipulated.

Some evil is afoot, as Laxmi goes into labour, the husband Suraj, instead of taking her to the hospital brings in two midwives who handle the delivery. Laxmi certainly heard her newborn's cries; but just then she is sedated and next when she regains consciousness, she finds that her newborn is missing. The husband declares the child was stillborn. He even shows Laxmi the apparent grave of her newborn.

Mr. Bahl then tells us of the horror of human trafficking in play. Suraj is a pawn in a gang that kidnaps and appropriates newborn infants. As Mr. Bahl grimly gives us the unbelievable UN figures: 40,000 infants are kidnapped at birth annually. And over 11,000 of these infants are never ever found. Suraj is involved on this heinous act of stealing these newborns and delivering them to the perpetrators of these crimes. Laxmi is sure her husband Suraj is up to no good. Soon enough a neighbour's newborn is also declared as mysteriously stillborn. Laxmi sees Suraj paying off the husband. 

Laxmi knows something is amiss. She cannot believe her child was stillborn. She digs up the 'grave' and expectedly it is empty. Then she sees Suraj coming into sudden "wealth". A new mobile phone and ready money in hand. His associates are the same goons who had earlier come to beat up Suraj for not redeeming his debts. Then as Mohnish Bahl narrates, the truth would soon be revealed to her but in the most unimaginable manner. Will she be able to deal with the situation? Will she be able to fight the extent of the evil that is being played out?

Yes, the truth is revealed to Laxmi, by her 6-year old older daughter, who tells her mother, that the midwife gave the newborn baby to the father, and the father handed the baby to Prabhakar. Laxmi now knows the horrors that are being perpetrated by her husband, and the gang that he works for. She pleads to Prabhakar, and soon gets the unbelievable shocking revelation. Her infant had been "sold" just as many other newborns are. She confronts Suraj, runs in panic to the police, but is in the hopeless clutches of a conniving evil satanic husband, who now is ready to sell off his older daughter for the same greed for money. In the nick of time, Laxmi, is helped to escape from the confinement of her husband she prevents her older daughter from being made another victim of the trafficking. 

Yes this one perpetrator of the heinous crime is caught and the valiant fight back by a determined Laxmi. By busting this gang she managed to save the lives of many infants who do get reunited with their parents. But most tragically, Laxmi does not find her own baby. She had never set eyes on her so how could she identify her? 

Again Mohnish Bahl anchoring with his inherent sensitivity and caring, points out the horrors of trafficking in children; the worse-than-death fate of such kids who are manipulated and utilized by demons who perpetrate the worst of crimes. Statistics state that in our country between 2006 and 2010 over 1 lakh kids have gone missing. We have to acknowledge, says Mohnish, that the people who try to illegally "adopt" kids, without going through proper channels; unethical hospital staff; careless parenting and the greed of money drives these crimes on the innocent newborns. We have to fight this curse that dominates in our society appeals Mohnish Bahl. We have to ensure a safe and secure protected life for the newborns and infants of our country. He leaves us with the same impassioned appeal, stay alert and cautious, be safe, and stand by, ready for India to fight back!

The following 5 member(s) liked the above post:

ashutosh.pandaSARLAPRATukunikiran1234minarva.panda

kulchitra

Goldie

kulchitra

Joined: 19 March 2012

Posts: 1373

Posted: 14 December 2012 at 3:38am | IP Logged
Thank You Induji.

Savdhaan India, Dec 13, 2012

Greed, jealousy, avarice, envy…. Four of the six enemies that predominate in the human mind. The pitfalls that can make thinking human beings turn subhuman and treacherous. Once we become victims of these emotions we are rendered incapable of logic, reason, or sanity. Humanity loses it very essence. These are not empty words…. 

These are the warnings that reverberate as Mohnish Bahl counsels as only a truly mature and sensitive friend and well-wisher would. One can discern when the anchoring or narration is mere lip service to a pre-scripted rendition as opposed to the feeling, thinking and caring person, whose narration walks the talk of the episode, as Mr Bahl's anchoring does in this very stark episode.

This episode of Savdhaan India brings out the ugliness of humanity and forewarns of the denigration of human relations to a point of no return. When friendship and trust are wiped out by the negativity of jealousy, then there can be no other outcome than what Mohnish Bahl forewarns about. 

When jealousy and mistrust creep in, insiduously between two close friends, and someone else comes into the picture to take advantage, the outcome is the inevitable disaster. Often parents themselves generate a sense of insecurity merely by making comparisons. Finding shortcomings in their own children promotes unthinking jealousy and intolerance. This episode tells of all the horrors of how a man can lead a girl astray….. by playing up between two friends and preying on the insecurities of the one as against the confidence of the other. 

Kajal and Payal are two close friends, but while the one is a confident and clear-thinking girl and the other is the deluded one who is somehow conscious of being the weaker and diffident person. All the insecurities and delusions lead to the inevitable "triangle" where Payal is convinced that her friend Kajal is putting her off against Shyam because he seems to prefer her in comparison to her apparently smarter and prettier friend. 

Shyam, is the typical devil in disguise, who has only the lustful intentions... he eyes Kajal and preys on her. But she is wise to such characters. Shyam decides to use Payal to get at Kajal. The devious manipulative devil violates the chastity of Payal but has managed such a demonic control on her mind that she believes that he loves her. But he has actually managed to turn Payal so completely against her best friend that she accedes to his devious scheme and becomes an unsuspecting accomplice to the murder of her best friend. Kajal suddenly goes missing and her parents only know that she had last gone to see her friend Payal to somehow convince her that her liaison with the wastrel Shyam would destroy her. 

Kajol's father is up against a mysterious disappearance of his daughter. Shyam destroyed both the girls… he drove Payal to the verge of insanity and made her instrumental in the senseless and cruel murder of Kajal. Shyam almost gets away with his heinous crime because Payal is in a state of strange denial and becomes a psychological wreck. But Kajal's father manages to bring her back to face the stark reality of the horror that had been perpetrated, of which she had been made an accomplice. An innocent life was lost at the hands of violence incited in a senseless crime of passion.

Mohnish Bahl brings out the stark horrors of the statistics of the number of crimes of passion that are driven by jealousy and insecurity. The youth of today need to be cautious about the sexual drives that can bring in destruction and annihilation in their wake. The lack of trust and faith, driven by jealously lead to such heinous crimes. Stay safe, stay secure… and fight back against the deep seated enemies of humanity… Savdhaan India, fight back.

The following 5 member(s) liked the above post:

ashutosh.pandaSARLAPRATukunikiran1234minarva.panda

Post Reply New Post

Forum Quick Jump

Forum Category

Active Forums

Savdhaan India @11 Topic Index

Limit search to this Forum only.

 

Disclaimer: All Logos and Pictures of various Channels, Shows, Artistes, Media Houses, Companies, Brands etc. belong to their respective owners, and are used to merely visually identify the Channels, Shows, Companies, Brands, etc. to the viewer. Incase of any issue please contact the webmaster.