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Posted: 04 February 2013 at 10:56am | IP Logged
ur right. whtever the reason may be, nobody has the right to physical abuse regardless of gender...the CVs r totally ruining asad's character now and zoya shud immediately move of the house... Angry

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Posted: 04 February 2013 at 10:56am | IP Logged
violence over women is just not justified under any circumstances
moreover justifying this act speaks about current status of women
and i am surprised
they will bring in extreme situations to make him repent
this happened in their previous show too
first abuse and then apology then again abuse


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Posted: 04 February 2013 at 11:00am | IP Logged
Originally posted by delena90

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Originally posted by delena90

No I am not ok with it at all. But to me it's not a man-woman thing. I just do not appreciate the need for it regardless of gender.

I agree to some extent.

Of course it's about a man hitting a woman. 

You do not hit a person who cannot hit you back. or better put who cannot stop you from hitting. 



Women do hit back. There are many women who are learning to stand-up to their so called husbands when they get beaten. For me it's a simple fact that violence unless done in self-defense is just not done. You do not hit a child (parent or not), you do not hit a woman, you do not hit a man (btw there are many men who could be considered as weaker...it's a generalization to assume all men are strong) and you do not hit the elderly!


I dont agree with you and it would take too long to explain why but yes why tread the difficult ground? Nobody hits nobody.

 


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Posted: 04 February 2013 at 11:01am | IP Logged
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Originally posted by narangi314

Abso-freakin-lutely NOT okay with it.

I've said my piece on another thread, but I'll say it again here. This is regressive TV at it's worst. It seeks to normalize and justify violence against women, and what's even more obscene is that it tries to portray such violent acts as part of romance.

I feel quite strongly that we should resist such "entertainment".

you nailed it. my point exactly. anything for TRPs i guess. 

That is even more sick and twisted. We need to stop consuming this crap. If the past 2 months have taught us anything it is that we ought to be political about our choices as viewers/consumers and refuse to give our time to such nonsense.

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Posted: 04 February 2013 at 11:03am | IP Logged
Originally posted by RandomSquared

I am just so disappointed in the writers for taking a character like Asad who despite his faults I really liked and respected just for his personality. Taking him and just destroying him.  It is never okay for a man to hit a girl. Under any circumstance. 

Plus...its makes no sense bc Asad grew up with a single mom and a sister. He should have more respect for a woman than anyone else in the show.  

And of course its a gender issue bc if Zoya was a man or Asad was a woman wwe wud never be having this convo. The slap wasnt wrong..I wud have slapped Zoya too. BUT its unacceptable for any man to hit a woman. 

This is an excellent point! thanks for bringing it up. 

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Posted: 04 February 2013 at 11:05am | IP Logged
Originally posted by nikolai_gogol

Well honestly, I read about it in the forum and didnt believe it or thought about it.  While watching the epi after it happened I closed the laptop and couldn't watch further. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't be able to watch the series till the issue is tackled(Asad apologizing or something) so this week's episodes are a goner. Hello SUITSLOL

In my head if I try really hard to justify it I could say that in repressed land of Indian TV dramas it might happen and Indian audiences might accept it and it might be necessary to pave way for the future twists that are planned. Even from POV of Asad he wasn't in his right mind and he's an indian male. But the fact remains that I cant watch such a series. Maybe romance is all I can handle(in indian soap operas). And you don't kill somebody if he killed ur mom but then again that also happens in Indian soapsLOL

anything goes in indian soaps because we buy pretty much all the crap thrown at as LOL 


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Posted: 04 February 2013 at 11:06am | IP Logged
Originally posted by narangi314

Originally posted by Rockerchic

Originally posted by narangi314

Abso-freakin-lutely NOT okay with it.

I've said my piece on another thread, but I'll say it again here. This is regressive TV at it's worst. It seeks to normalize and justify violence against women, and what's even more obscene is that it tries to portray such violent acts as part of romance.

I feel quite strongly that we should resist such "entertainment".

you nailed it. my point exactly. anything for TRPs i guess. 

That is even more sick and twisted. We need to stop consuming this crap. If the past 2 months have taught us anything it is that we ought to be political about our choices as viewers/consumers and refuse to give our time to such nonsense.



very true but that wont happen
when women are being abused physically or mentally
thats when trps sky rocket
really hope people really take things into hand and put a full stop to this 

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Posted: 04 February 2013 at 11:08am | IP Logged
Originally posted by narangi314

Originally posted by Rockerchic

Originally posted by narangi314

Abso-freakin-lutely NOT okay with it.

I've said my piece on another thread, but I'll say it again here. This is regressive TV at it's worst. It seeks to normalize and justify violence against women, and what's even more obscene is that it tries to portray such violent acts as part of romance.

I feel quite strongly that we should resist such "entertainment".

you nailed it. my point exactly. anything for TRPs i guess. 

That is even more sick and twisted. We need to stop consuming this crap. If the past 2 months have taught us anything it is that we ought to be political about our choices as viewers/consumers and refuse to give our time to such nonsense.
But thats the difficult bit isn't it? Im shallow enough to continue watching because i enjoy romance Ouch

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