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Posted: 18 November 2012 at 12:25pm | IP Logged
riginally posted by anastasia211092

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plz stop bashing the charaters all charaters are great 

 the characters of this show are fabricated, fictional and do not exist, therefore bashing is not going to hurt something that doesnt exist nor should it be something to be offended or argue about. . Please do not confuse fiction with the the real life actors and actrsess of the show... we do like and appreciate  those people who act in the show, its just the stupid characters of characters that we dislike. Therefore, there is nothing to get worked up about  as longs the forum is not talking about yOU, the person or persons . We all enjoy objective and healthy discussions about the show and nothing is wrong with that!           Reality check  please people!LOL

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Posted: 18 November 2012 at 1:03pm | IP Logged

I know nothing about the show Uttaran, but a man marrying his widowed sister-in-law (what I surmise happened from some comments) is not considered immoral in many traditional societies. In fact it was expected in some cases.  (The same also goes for a woman marrying her widower brother-in-law.)

That is not comparable to the situation in PSH.


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Posted: 19 November 2012 at 11:12am | IP Logged
@likarsh that is true, but if you are not from such a culture or you or not exposed to traditions of other cultures, you would find it immoral.

So, I guess it is a matter of how you are socialised that will determine what you would accept or not accept.

That is not my culture, but I am okay with the person being dead, just not okay with when either spouses being alive, just too much for me to see as right. LOL

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Posted: 20 November 2012 at 10:38am | IP Logged
Originally posted by likarsh


I know nothing about the show Uttaran, but a man marrying his widowed sister-in-law (what I surmise happened from some comments) is not considered immoral in many traditional societies. In fact it was expected in some cases.  (The same also goes for a woman marrying her widower brother-in-law.)

That is not comparable to the situation in PSH.

While not immoral, it appears to happen a lot in India dramas and I think it rather gross to have sex with one brother and then the other one. Indian shows are obsessed with this behavior. It's like a woman is "bought" into the family and "owned" and everyone can have sex with her as long as we take it in turns. There are cultural groups in Punjab where as a result of shortage of women and money, they (brothers) marry one woman and share her. That is disgusting. So what's the difference with this show or these practices? Does it make it OK if one of the people dies or turns out bad? 

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Posted: 20 November 2012 at 10:54am | IP Logged
I agree that the practice as was done in many cases were often treating women as property.  However, I was just saying that in of itself it's not really immoral or seen as wrong.  Furthermore, I was replying to the comparison between what happened in PSH and what I'm assuming happened in Uttaran.


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Posted: 20 November 2012 at 10:56am | IP Logged

Its seems that Indian TV serials are trapped in a time warp.

They continue to depict traditions (a man marrying his brother's  widow) that are still prevalent in small pockets across India but do not show the lifestyle lived by majority of the Indian population - like working for a living, divorce, showing moral and family values world over (eg. not marrying your mama's Fiancee).
 

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Posted: 20 November 2012 at 11:03am | IP Logged
 it appears to happen a lot in India dramas and I think it rather gross to have sex with one brother and then the other one.

What about a man who has sex with one sister and then another one?  I'm sure you would say you find that idea just as offputting. However, it's always the woman with brothers that's brought up first. As I said, the practice happens with widowers marrying their sister-in-laws as well.  But still the first statement of revulsion is about the women who have sexual relations with brothers.

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Posted: 20 November 2012 at 11:59am | IP Logged
 This issue of one girl marrying the other brother after the 1st brother has died  is really  off putting.  I know it is the norm in these indian serials and movies for that to happen... but I think it is high time these makers change this way of thinking..  There is nothing wrong for a woman gaining her independance and taking care of herself. Why do they have to feed the myth that a woman needs a husband to survive...and if he is dead she has no choice but to marry one of his relatives???Disapprove
 It is hard for this girl who is looking at her brother in law as a brother, and he looking at her as a sister or mother figure, and then all of a sudden every one expects them to change the status quo to husband and wife??  Why is it required that he marry her  to help take care of her, can he do that other wise?
 It's the same issue why some of us had a problem  with Amrita-Vickram idea of a relationship, because from the beginning she treated him as an uncle ...same thing from the beginning they treated each other as brother and sister and now because of family pressure, or social pressure  they want them to get married?
  Please people we live in 2012 not 1940's

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