Originally posted by sunshine99
Originally posted by anurao.66
Anu as I keep mentioning serials are the only place where female emancipation happens.. they are seen as the architects of series who reign supreme.. and eventually the men bow down to their greatness...wish in real life surroundings like a train, a bus, an office, a classroom ,on the street etc., a woman is given the same respect that we see on screen being stated and done..The idiot box and celluloid screen are the only place they get justice for the ills done to them without fail..I want a powerful just man on the helm in a show and not a beast to be turned into a model of goodness..because then again we send a message, ill treatmnet to a woman is fine if later you are kind and affectionate..This thought is not right too.Atrocities against woman are atrocities plain and simple.Yepp a storyline in our present times depicting our practical current state somewhere someday will be there for us to watch but not now.
An outstanding analysis of the episode, and I really applaud you for it. I did not catch the episode reading the wu I could get the gist of it. You have brought out the state of the Indian Television where if is of the woman, for the woman and by the woman where the poor man has no place in it.
I sincerely hope they do come up with different storyline than go down the same way seen in all Indian Shows, be it Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and all other languages.
I would like to see a powerful man at the helm of affairs, hope we get it with Garv running the show.
I agree with you that in serials only many ills which the woman face are addressed to. I do hope it also starts to happen in real life. But what gets to me is the negative characters and so much of evil being done giving ideas to the very people who they want to emancipate.
When I meant a powerful man, I wanted a positive and strong character and not a villain turned reformed character. There are so many atrocities shown against woman that it just turns me off. I do not think it is a good idea for them to show in such great detail, further giving ideas to people.
Why I mentioned Garv is because I felt he was the only one I thought who would fit the bill in this show with a back story as to why he turned against Appa Shahib.