Posted: 24 June 2013 at 4:02am | IP Logged
Originally posted by 0-SD-0Sorry I did not mean to be harsh intentionally.
As the story is set on streets of mafia or bullies rules people now...from a ruthless survival point of view, I have used a ruthless language to depict the plight of the kids, who can both lose their ways, if they do not support each other in these times. Because as a family, they only have each other and have to adjust coming out from Kashmir and living in Mumbai. The immigrant life who first of all have to deal with
- Geography Change. Idyllic Beauty of Kashmir is replaced by sordid squalor of Mumbai
- Climate change. Cold is replaced by heat and humidity
- Place Change. Home is replaced into Mama's place with new set of rules
- Parental Guidance - is Missing with lost parents and Mama-Maami are not parents but elders whose teachings are not like what their parents used to teach.
So all those factors are enough to mess up any same head.
All people go into depression at place change, with no parents around with high difference in climate. This is so typical of people going abroad from India.
what harsh no its point of view and every one got diffrent. and its a drama anything can happen.