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Posted: 15 November 2012 at 2:23pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by maddy311

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by masin

Interesting perspective...and I couldn't have agreed more. Although, I really like this show and all that it's promising, but I have also been rather disturbed by Ratan's behaviour. I'm just an average student, so in no way do I understand a mother and a wife's pain who is going through what Ratan is in the show; however, from whatever little that I do understand, I think Ratan's behaviour is not justified at all.
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If she doesn't wish to take a second glance at Veera, so be it. Fair enough. But she still has a responsibility towards Ranvijay, who isn't very old himself. As for the chachi lady, shouldn't she force Ratan to step out of her room...I don't think it's healthy for a pregnant woman to be locked up like that for days! Doesn't Ratan need some fresh air at least?!

I still have my hopes high for this show, but I'm currently unhappy with Ratan and Sampooran's lack of concern towards Ranvijay.

I agree with you @bold. It looks like CV's are portraying another side to a reaction of a betrayal. This may be more to do with Ratan's own personality and the way that she is reacting to her betrayal. Unfortunately, not all women are selfless creatures and try to put a brave face on things when their world, as they know it, has fallen apart.   When we are cut we all bleed. Some more than others.
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Ontop of that this serial deals with a brother's love and concern towards his sister and not the feelings of a secondary character, which I believe Ratan and Sampooran are.   

Agree with you xarina. The show revolves around bro and sis love. So I think more emphasis should be on them and other characters may show some exceptional behaviour especially in this initial days


Xarina and maddy331 : I totally agree with you that this show is about a brother and sister, but what is taking place at this point of time is in very poor light to get to the concept. The writers are treating the opening of the story in such  unrealistic way. There are other ways to make us sob!

Now even Sampooran, a role model of his village, good father/husband, has shrugged offf his responsibilities and walked out on the family. As intelligent viewers,  can't we voice our opinion and  clearly say that we will not accept stuff like this thrown at us. .

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Posted: 15 November 2012 at 4:46pm | IP Logged
I couldn't have agree with u more TM and now she is blaming her husband for the lose of her unborn child when she in fact lost that poor baby due to her own foolishness.
 
 
I mean yeah ur husband has done wrong but that does not mean u shouldn't remember ur son or act so stupid like she did tonight.
 
 
God I wish there is a way to get to her so that I can shake her up and tell her some home truth/remind her of her first and foremost responsibility as a mother.

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Posted: 16 November 2012 at 4:37am | IP Logged
I don't think Ratan is selfish and heartless. I just think she needs to seperate her son from her husband's illicit child.
 
For humanity reasons, she could have sent that child to someone elses house- someone who had problems having a kid.
 
But this serial is going to be about her son looking after his half sister so there's no need for her to become that baby's stepmother.

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Posted: 16 November 2012 at 7:25am | IP Logged
since this ratan drama have started i was thinking to say somthing  but i stayed quiet becaus most of the oeople on the forum are young chilldren who are still in school or collegde. they cant understand what the women go through in life. butnow somone had started the topic thank GOD. i always say the things first i put my self in that possision.   ratan can be as angry as she can i understand it but should not neglect hwr son and the baby. she is a mom why cant she think if any thing happens to her what about her so n a baby s mother died infront of her she has no sympathy. she should not have to let the chaiji or any other person to say anything .no wife can stand her husband s disrespect from any one eles . she she should have kept it inthe house. i am not saying to forgive her husband .yes sampoorum was very immotional some men are like that . but beeing a mother she is just self cnterd and attantion seeker. sons are mostly atached towords their moms and girls with father but ravijay was more close to his dad why ?  i am sory but the baby she lost  was her own stipidty. only poor me me.she is a vllage lady at least they have shown some valiues and moralls in her .

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Posted: 16 November 2012 at 7:46am | IP Logged

I'm probably going to be the only one to disagree but i see where Ratan's coming from...Her world was shattered when she came to know of her husband's deceit and it can't be the same anymore, no matter what Sampooran tries...as for her neglecting the kids, I somehow see a sense of reality in it unlike what is usually shown on telly where the woman is so strong that she puts aside her grief and moves on in life for her childrens sake...that to me would be a tad unrealistic...its just how I feel, you are more than welcome to disagree :)

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Posted: 16 November 2012 at 9:17am | IP Logged
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I'm probably going to be the only one to disagree but i see where Ratan's coming from...Her world was shattered when she came to know of her husband's deceit and it can't be the same anymore, no matter what Sampooran tries...as for her neglecting the kids, I somehow see a sense of reality in it unlike what is usually shown on telly where the woman is so strong that she puts aside her grief and moves on in life for her childrens sake...that to me would be a tad unrealistic...its just how I feel, you are more than welcome to disagree :)


Hey Heenaben, How can attending to the basic needs like food and protection of your own child, for a woman, no matter what she is  going through with, whether emotional trauma or any tragedy,  be "tad unrealistic". Here we are not talking about a pot smoking hoochie mama, but of docile Ratan who has been shown to be a compassionate wife and mother. In future, she could be strong or not, but it is the immediate moment that her son and the poor infant who needs her is more critical than anything.

I love this show but I have to blame the writers for some ridiculous things being show. An eight year old child is roaming all over the village with a new born baby in his hand!

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Posted: 16 November 2012 at 9:23am | IP Logged
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since this ratan drama have started i was thinking to say somthing  but i stayed quiet becaus most of the oeople on the forum are young chilldren who are still in school or collegde. they cant understand what the women go through in life. butnow somone had started the topic thank GOD. i always say the things first i put my self in that possision.   ratan can be as angry as she can i understand it but should not neglect hwr son and the baby. she is a mom why cant she think if any thing happens to her what about her so n a baby s mother died infront of her she has no sympathy. she should not have to let the chaiji or any other person to say anything .no wife can stand her husband s disrespect from any one eles . she she should have kept it inthe house. i am not saying to forgive her husband .yes sampoorum was very immotional some men are like that . but beeing a mother she is just self cnterd and attantion seeker. sons are mostly atached towords their moms and girls with father but ravijay was more close to his dad why ?  i am sory but the baby she lost  was her own stipidty. only poor me me.she is a vllage lady at least they have shown some valiues and moralls in her .


Zaina5 you pointed out so accurately "she is a village lady at least they have shown some values and moralls in her" The saying goes...it takes a village to bring up a child. Why its not...  it takes a city to bring up a child. Because we accept people from villages to be down to earth and compassionate.

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Posted: 16 November 2012 at 9:57am | IP Logged
Originally posted by zeezee09

Originally posted by hinz


I'm probably going to be the only one to disagree but i see where Ratan's coming from...Her world was shattered when she came to know of her husband's deceit and it can't be the same anymore, no matter what Sampooran tries...as for her neglecting the kids, I somehow see a sense of reality in it unlike what is usually shown on telly where the woman is so strong that she puts aside her grief and moves on in life for her childrens sake...that to me would be a tad unrealistic...its just how I feel, you are more than welcome to disagree :)


Hey Heenaben, How can attending to the basic needs like food and protection of your own child, for a woman, no matter what she is  going through with, whether emotional trauma or any tragedy,  be "tad unrealistic". Here we are not talking about a pot smoking hoochie mama, but of docile Ratan who has been shown to be a compassionate wife and mother. In future, she could be strong or not, but it is the immediate moment that her son and the poor infant who needs her is more critical than anything.

I love this show but I have to blame the writers for some ridiculous things being show. An eight year old child is roaming all over the village with a new born baby in his hand!


yes, we are talking of the doting wife Ratan whose life revolved around her husband and son...She is in denial obviously and at this moment nothing matters more to her than her husband's infidelity...I'd say they dragged it a bit for telly standards, though I've seen and known women who have slipped into long term depression after the initial phase of denial in similar cases...What makes it worse in Ratan's case is Sampooran's incessant attempts to share his side of the story and to top that Ranvi's attachment to the child that according to Ratan is the root cause of her broken world...

I agree on the part about them showing an 8 year old carrying that little baby around the village but perhaps thats essential to the story of the unique bond the brother shares with his sister...

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