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Posted: 09 November 2012 at 7:25am | IP Logged
speechless to say any thing...this is the 1st post in which m writing any thing after i got this news..cant write my feelings in simple words..i jst know this grand show nd grand couple like sarun deserved a grand ending with grace in their characters nd in their show but...i feel like i have lost my fav ever thing ...cant believe m litrly crying with tears ,with heave heart ...i have my exam after 2 days nd here i m so much depressed nd tensed..i cant even tell any one y i m crying ,..its like an end to an imp. part of my life...!!...

Edited by Ainee-monaya - 09 November 2012 at 7:26am

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Posted: 09 November 2012 at 7:34am | IP Logged
Originally posted by TheThoughtCrime

SJji Big smile
 
My own experience: I am/always will be a phangirl of Russian Tennis Star Marat Safin.
 
Well, I was introduced to this (inmymind) Demi God when he won the Toronto Masters in 2000. I was a 15 year old teen then.Watching him at the victory ceremony on the telly in that ridiculous Canadian mountain hat, something shifted inside me. I was never the same.
 
He won the USOpen about a month later annihilating Pete Sampras in straight sets. (It had never happened before)Embarrassed. I was compulsively obsessed. And not to mention this was the year of my boards. I got into gear enough to do well in them at the last minute.
 
If I could descirbe Marat these words come to mind: 'humble', 'self effacing', 'wicked sense of humour', 'mercurial' & 'anger management'.
 
To this day he remains that man who did not fulfill his potential, having won only 2 Grandslams & reaching 2 GS finals with 15 career titles.
 
I've followed his career for 10 years. I would characterize it as having deep depressing moments with a few ecstatic ones.
 
Would I like him anymore had he won more? No. No wonder I'm not a fan of Roger Federer.
 
This sense of support for another human being that you have never met, doesn't know you exist should not be belittled.
 
He retired in 2010.
 
To this day I go onto youtube and watch his tennis with a fond smile & some faceplamworthy sighs.
 
It will pass.
 
 
All in all, being a fan allows you to get to know & meet like minded amazing people & form friendships that will last.
 
 
To all Barun & IPKKND fans out there, be positive & to use the cliched term. Don't be sad that it's over, be happy that it happened.
 
 


That's a beautiful, beautiful post. The best I have read on the way we are all feeling now. I've spent the whole morning struggling to understand and come to terms with how I, a mature woman, find myself in a situation where I am feeeling so miserable about a show and a person I have never met!!
 You post really helped making sense of this dual struggle- the feeling of misery about the state of the show and the horror that I, who should have more sense than the young people I teach, am feeling such misery!

Thank you!



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Posted: 09 November 2012 at 8:00am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Japonica

Originally posted by TheThoughtCrime

SJji Big smile
 
My own experience: I am/always will be a phangirl of Russian Tennis Star Marat Safin.
 
Well, I was introduced to this (inmymind) Demi God when he won the Toronto Masters in 2000. I was a 15 year old teen then.Watching him at the victory ceremony on the telly in that ridiculous Canadian mountain hat, something shifted inside me. I was never the same.
 
He won the USOpen about a month later annihilating Pete Sampras in straight sets. (It had never happened before)Embarrassed. I was compulsively obsessed. And not to mention this was the year of my boards. I got into gear enough to do well in them at the last minute.
 
If I could descirbe Marat these words come to mind: 'humble', 'self effacing', 'wicked sense of humour', 'mercurial' & 'anger management'.
 
To this day he remains that man who did not fulfill his potential, having won only 2 Grandslams & reaching 2 GS finals with 15 career titles.
 
I've followed his career for 10 years. I would characterize it as having deep depressing moments with a few ecstatic ones.
 
Would I like him anymore had he won more? No. No wonder I'm not a fan of Roger Federer.
 
This sense of support for another human being that you have never met, doesn't know you exist should not be belittled.
 
He retired in 2010.
 
To this day I go onto youtube and watch his tennis with a fond smile & some faceplamworthy sighs.
 
It will pass.
 
 
All in all, being a fan allows you to get to know & meet like minded amazing people & form friendships that will last.
 
 
To all Barun & IPKKND fans out there, be positive & to use the cliched term. Don't be sad that it's over, be happy that it happened.
 
 


That's a beautiful, beautiful post. The best I have read on the way we are all feeling now. I've spent the whole morning struggling to understand and come come to terms with how I, mature woman, find myself in a situation where I am feeeling so miserable about a show and a person I have never met!!
 You post really helped making sense of this dual struggle- the feeling of misery about the state of the show and the horror that I, who should have more sense the young people I teach, am feeling such misery!

Thank you!


and another human i had the pleasure of getting to know via the forum!! Hi Japonica!!

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Posted: 09 November 2012 at 8:15am | IP Logged
SJ,
 
A week without power due to Sandy and then due to snowstorms in N.East and I visit the forum and I see all this commotion. Tremendous devastation, homes and lives lost on one side and a raging, inferno of human emotions over an actor's 'longish break' on the other. Well, to me, we develop perspectives based on our experiences in life - for some of the teen and tween viewers, this must be their first heartbreak or something that really hurt them. Some others might not have gained insights to deal with feeling hurt even if its not their first.
A few years down the lane, trust me, we are going to look at this episode and say, "I can't believe I was such a hormonal tween/teen/aunty/uncle back then" and then we continue our rinse-repeat cycle "jab tak hai jaan'. For others mourning about the story, please go read The Filigreed Sun where you can Arnav and Khushi completing milestones in their life -- kids, growing old and so on...Wink
 
 

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Posted: 09 November 2012 at 8:25am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Japonica

Originally posted by TheThoughtCrime

SJji Big smile
 
My own experience: I am/always will be a phangirl of Russian Tennis Star Marat Safin.
 
Well, I was introduced to this (inmymind) Demi God when he won the Toronto Masters in 2000. I was a 15 year old teen then.Watching him at the victory ceremony on the telly in that ridiculous Canadian mountain hat, something shifted inside me. I was never the same.
 
He won the USOpen about a month later annihilating Pete Sampras in straight sets. (It had never happened before)Embarrassed. I was compulsively obsessed. And not to mention this was the year of my boards. I got into gear enough to do well in them at the last minute.
 
If I could descirbe Marat these words come to mind: 'humble', 'self effacing', 'wicked sense of humour', 'mercurial' & 'anger management'.
 
To this day he remains that man who did not fulfill his potential, having won only 2 Grandslams & reaching 2 GS finals with 15 career titles.
 
I've followed his career for 10 years. I would characterize it as having deep depressing moments with a few ecstatic ones.
 
Would I like him anymore had he won more? No. No wonder I'm not a fan of Roger Federer.
 
This sense of support for another human being that you have never met, doesn't know you exist should not be belittled.
 
He retired in 2010.
 
To this day I go onto youtube and watch his tennis with a fond smile & some faceplamworthy sighs.
 
It will pass.
 
 
All in all, being a fan allows you to get to know & meet like minded amazing people & form friendships that will last.
 
 
To all Barun & IPKKND fans out there, be positive & to use the cliched term. Don't be sad that it's over, be happy that it happened.
 
 


That's a beautiful, beautiful post. The best I have read on the way we are all feeling now. I've spent the whole morning struggling to understand and come come to terms with how I, mature woman, find myself in a situation where I am feeeling so miserable about a show and a person I have never met!!
 You post really helped making sense of this dual struggle- the feeling of misery about the state of the show and the horror that I, who should have more sense the young people I teach, am feeling such misery!

Thank you!

 
I guess you are never too old to get inspired or swept away.LOL
 
I look at it as being inspired. I was always in awe of how as a young kid of 12 Marat left Moscow to go and train in spain. He had to go through 3 career threatening injuries. His younger sister, Dinara who was in his shadow for most of her career rose to No 1 the world rankings & was a finalist at more than one GS. Infact, I am her zealous supporter even though she is semi retired now with a crippling back injury. Sheer hard work can get you places. Same as how many actors go through a mindless struggle to be where they are today.
 
Believe you me, I never once turned on SP for many years. But IPKKND ichanged that. It is a fairytale lovestory. It will always remain dear to me.
 
You teach too. Same pinch.LOL

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Posted: 09 November 2012 at 8:29am | IP Logged
Originally posted by trpbabe

SJ,
 
A week without power due to Sandy and then due to snowstorms in N.East and I visit the forum and I see all this commotion. Tremendous devastation, homes and lives lost on one side and a raging, inferno of human emotions over an actor's 'longish break' on the other. Well, to me, we develop perspectives based on our experiences in life - for some of the teen and tween viewers, this must be their first heartbreak or something that really hurt them. Some others might not have gained insights to deal with feeling hurt even if its not their first.
A few years down the lane, trust me, we are going to look at this episode and say, "I can't believe I was such a hormonal tween/teen/aunty/uncle back then" and then we continue our rinse-repeat cycle "jab tak hai jaan'. For others mourning about the story, please go read The Filigreed Sun where you can Arnav and Khushi completing milestones in their life -- kids, growing old and so on...Wink
 
 
 
 
IKR!!! So embarassed to remember the stupid shit I did when I was a teen fan.
 

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Posted: 09 November 2012 at 8:55am | IP Logged
Originally posted by serialjunkie

Originally posted by Japonica

Originally posted by TheThoughtCrime

SJji Big smile
 
My own experience: I am/always will be a phangirl of Russian Tennis Star Marat Safin.
 
Well, I was introduced to this (inmymind) Demi God when he won the Toronto Masters in 2000. I was a 15 year old teen then.Watching him at the victory ceremony on the telly in that ridiculous Canadian mountain hat, something shifted inside me. I was never the same.
 
He won the USOpen about a month later annihilating Pete Sampras in straight sets. (It had never happened before)Embarrassed. I was compulsively obsessed. And not to mention this was the year of my boards. I got into gear enough to do well in them at the last minute.
 
If I could descirbe Marat these words come to mind: 'humble', 'self effacing', 'wicked sense of humour', 'mercurial' & 'anger management'.
 
To this day he remains that man who did not fulfill his potential, having won only 2 Grandslams & reaching 2 GS finals with 15 career titles.
 
I've followed his career for 10 years. I would characterize it as having deep depressing moments with a few ecstatic ones.
 
Would I like him anymore had he won more? No. No wonder I'm not a fan of Roger Federer.
 
This sense of support for another human being that you have never met, doesn't know you exist should not be belittled.
 
He retired in 2010.
 
To this day I go onto youtube and watch his tennis with a fond smile & some faceplamworthy sighs.
 
It will pass.
 
 
All in all, being a fan allows you to get to know & meet like minded amazing people & form friendships that will last.
 
 
To all Barun & IPKKND fans out there, be positive & to use the cliched term. Don't be sad that it's over, be happy that it happened.
 
 


That's a beautiful, beautiful post. The best I have read on the way we are all feeling now. I've spent the whole morning struggling to understand and come come to terms with how I, mature woman, find myself in a situation where I am feeeling so miserable about a show and a person I have never met!!
 You post really helped making sense of this dual struggle- the feeling of misery about the state of the show and the horror that I, who should have more sense the young people I teach, am feeling such misery!

Thank you!


and another human i had the pleasure of getting to know via the forum!! Hi Japonica!!


Thank you, SJ, for the lovely complement. One that I fully reciprocate. it has been a pleasure knowing you through this forum. I cannot thank you enough for the fun that your wit gave me!
 I hope these wonderful interaction that we've all had with each other on this forum do not end with the show
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Posted: 09 November 2012 at 9:02am | IP Logged
Originally posted by TheThoughtCrime

Originally posted by Japonica

Originally posted by TheThoughtCrime

SJji Big smile
 
My own experience: I am/always will be a phangirl of Russian Tennis Star Marat Safin.
 
Well, I was introduced to this (inmymind) Demi God when he won the Toronto Masters in 2000. I was a 15 year old teen then.Watching him at the victory ceremony on the telly in that ridiculous Canadian mountain hat, something shifted inside me. I was never the same.
 
He won the USOpen about a month later annihilating Pete Sampras in straight sets. (It had never happened before)Embarrassed. I was compulsively obsessed. And not to mention this was the year of my boards. I got into gear enough to do well in them at the last minute.
 
If I could descirbe Marat these words come to mind: 'humble', 'self effacing', 'wicked sense of humour', 'mercurial' & 'anger management'.
 
To this day he remains that man who did not fulfill his potential, having won only 2 Grandslams & reaching 2 GS finals with 15 career titles.
 
I've followed his career for 10 years. I would characterize it as having deep depressing moments with a few ecstatic ones.
 
Would I like him anymore had he won more? No. No wonder I'm not a fan of Roger Federer.
 
This sense of support for another human being that you have never met, doesn't know you exist should not be belittled.
 
He retired in 2010.
 
To this day I go onto youtube and watch his tennis with a fond smile & some faceplamworthy sighs.
 
It will pass.
 
 
All in all, being a fan allows you to get to know & meet like minded amazing people & form friendships that will last.
 
 
To all Barun & IPKKND fans out there, be positive & to use the cliched term. Don't be sad that it's over, be happy that it happened.
 
 


That's a beautiful, beautiful post. The best I have read on the way we are all feeling now. I've spent the whole morning struggling to understand and come come to terms with how I, mature woman, find myself in a situation where I am feeeling so miserable about a show and a person I have never met!!
 You post really helped making sense of this dual struggle- the feeling of misery about the state of the show and the horror that I, who should have more sense the young people I teach, am feeling such misery!

Thank you!

 
I guess you are never too old to get inspired or swept away.LOL
 
I look at it as being inspired. I was always in awe of how as a young kid of 12 Marat left Moscow to go and train in spain. He had to go through 3 career threatening injuries. His younger sister, Dinara who was in his shadow for most of her career rose to No 1 the world rankings & was a finalist at more than one GS. Infact, I am her zealous supporter even though she is semi retired now with a crippling back injury. Sheer hard work can get you places. Same as how many actors go through a mindless struggle to be where they are today.
 
Believe you me, I never once turned on SP for many years. But IPKKND ichanged that. It is a fairytale lovestory. It will always remain dear to me.
 
You teach too. Same pinch.LOL


What a poignant story of struggle in the face of such odds both your posts tell! Thank you, just knowing about these two people make me feel so humbled. I am now curious to know more about them, thanks to google,

It is nearly 20 years since I watched Indian telly, and suddenly I fell in love with IPK and the rest as they say is a history of joy and sorrow. But it is a unique thing we've had the pleaasure to watch and even more unique shared the experience together on this forum. As you rightly say we should treasure that.

 You teach? wow, where? I teach at a uni in UK.

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