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AS you all know, we have introduced a Weekly Discussion Topic in this section. A very warm thanks to all the members who replied to last week's Topic. This is an appeal to all members to actively take part in this discussion every week. We can get to know various view points on one aspect, can get some generalised views on certain situations and above all, can develop a good and healthy relationship between us.
So, here we are, introducing this week's Discussion Topic to you all...
We all know that AStha and Sia are just aware of their real parentage. In Sia's case, she just knows that her parents are somebody else. Last week, we saw the extreme ways in which AStha and Sia reacted when they got to know of their real parentage.
So, the topic of this week is : What are the qualities that AStha and Sia have inherited from their respective parents? Discuss in detail drawing comparison from parent to child.
Hope this topic draws the attention of all "AStitvans". Looking forward to comments on this from one and all....
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Again, as I have said elsewhere in this forum, behaviour is not inherited from parental genes.
If, as the director insists on showing, and as everybody here also feels the same that genetic factors decide character and behavior, here's my 2 cents worth!
Astha (Gudiya) is more emotional because both her biological parents let their hearts rule rather than their minds. Both act and then, if at all, think later.
Sia (Astha) has firm convictions, a determined young lady, but also soft hearted, exactly like Simran. Probably inherited more of her mother's genes as Simran was more dominant!
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Well, I think that after both Astha and Sia found out that their mothers were not their true biological mothers, by seeing both of their reactions we could identify some major differences in their personalities.
Astha reacted quite rashly and immaturely, saying she no longer wanted to talk to Simran or anyone that had raised her that was not biologically related to her. At times, Neha was also a bit rash and immature, acting immediately on her feelings.
On the other hand, when Sia found out, she was shocked but did not act as impulsively as Astha. Although Sia could have reacted to the situation in a similar manner as Astha did, she instead handled the situation quite maturely, and did not try to run from the woman who raised her, like Astha. Also, Sia remained or has remained relatively calm and understanding throughout. Simran also reacted similarly to most of the similar situations in her life.
So I guess in a sense, both girls have displayed some similar qualities as their respective parents.
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What are the qualities that AStha and Sia have inherited from their respective parents? Discuss in detail drawing comparison from parent to child
astha and sia have inherited one quality in common from abhi is to fight for justice,sia that is the real astha is more philosophical in nature and more focused to achive her goal in life just like simren and her liking towards art,photography r inheritd from abhi
coming to astha the daughter of neha she has developed her liking towards movies from her granny and her sensitiveness and and insecure feeling from her mom neha
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I see Sia's hastiness to react to emotions of the heart (where Anand is concerned) as probably mirroring that of her father in his younger days. Remember in the beginning, he was quite passionate for Simran, but that fizzled out when Kiran came into the picture. We see Sia adamant about her feelings and taking the initiative to reach out to Abhi, whereas Simran would have adopted a more passive approach and let the person of her interest come to her.
As far as her logical thinking and sense of reasoning, she has the qualities that Simran has portrayed. I think the storyline mimics the past of the older core characters. In the past, we see the love triangle with Neha, Simran and Abhi, where Simran unknowingly causes Neha to get jealous. In the present, we see love triangle with Sia, Astha and Sid where Sia unknowingly causes Astha to get jealous.
(I would like to say though that for me, the actress who portrays Sia does not appeal to me as much. She does not have a strong likeable presence where the audience immediately embraces her. I think they could have done a better job with finding another actress for the role).
Astha definintely has inherited all the insecure feelings that her mother had. Despite being showered with love her whole life, she is not confident in herself and in is quick to loose trust of those around her. She appears to be loving and cheerful in her comfort zone, but outside of that, she is terribly insecure and reacts without consideration.
I think she inherited that part of her that does not care the consequences of her actions, from Abhi. Even in the past, when Neha was disturbed and hurt, she would bare her burdens silently, or talk it out with her mother or friend. Astha simply reacts first, lashes out and hurts others. Abhi was very much the same by hurting Simran and his father is different instances.
(My opinion of the actress who plays Astha - I think she conveys the character of the person well. She comes across as being spirited, spoilt, quick tempered, insecure etc...It is obvious that her character will experience an 'awakening' at some point. It will be interesting to see how she handles the maturity of that role.)
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Behaviour is definately not genetic. It is picked up from the enviorment. Children's behaviour is a reflection of their parents. There is a wonderful parentling book called "HOW TO BEHAVE SO YOUR CHILDREN WILL TOO" and i think the title says it all.
But here in the case of Gudiya Asatha.. she is a direct product of being a spoilt child. Simran may have all the qualites that we think are great etc. But when you spoil your child as has been apparently shown in the serial than the immature reaction that we see is also expected.
Sia Asatha on the other hand was brought up well..or so it seems..we don't get much indication of that.. she reacts as expected with the desire to find her roots but when it came to not hurting her mom.. when she was ill she agreed to stay back ... she left when she found that she had been manipulated. No body will stand for that definately not a grown up child..adopted or otherwise.
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