I don't watch this show, infact have only seen one episode because I find the Zoya chick to be pretty hot. However I was surfing the net today and saw an episode where this guy slapped Zoya aur bechaari ka khoon bhi nikal diya.
How can he slap? In the times where violence against women is all time high, what kind of message are they conveying to their audiences by men hitting women? Now I don't care what the back-story is but physical violence CANNOT be ever justified regardless of any ifs and buts.
I wished she beat the crap out of that guy right there and then in the hospital, by keeping quit and rolling over was a direction in poor taste.
From the usual saas bahu bullshit, for once I saw a female (a hot one BTW) who was out of her saris and zewars and had this next girl attitude. She wore regular things and acted like regular people. I saw that she had confidence when she spoke and had a good ambassador of who todays girls need to be.
But then the producers push her under the bus and make her feeble and weak just like all others. We are suppose to feel for her sorry ass while admiring the manly strength of the hero. And then you get all praises and kudos for that, but if you decide to speak out all you get is character assasination.
People try to justify why the slap was deserved, how she secretly enjoyed and all that bullshit that really make my shake my head in disbelief. But let me ask you this, what was the need for him to slap that girl? Was it because of his mother? If yes then unless she was physically going and harming the mother I see no need for the "hero" to step in and give the thrashing.
Was she hurting anyone out of malice? Was she going and pulling some ventilator or poisoning her injection? If not then how dare he get involved and call it as defending his mother?
Directors and producers of this show please dont insult our intelligence by coming up with these BS justifications -- I wasn't born yesterday!
The above is copy and paste on my thoughts on this issue and where I stand.
Edited by TheBoss - 05 February 2013 at 3:11pm