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Posted: 02 May 2015 at 11:52am | IP Logged
Originally posted by arathim

@Rida and @adhi I agree with Mehr/Arya... people cant expect the show to have the feel of first 70 episodes all the way to the end... 
The characters grow up ... get mature... less awkwardness... more understanding...
If we just have regular college scenes then it will become repetitive and boring... cameos are needed to move the story to the next phase...
Soha Track made Manik and Nandhu realize their Love
Pandit track indirectly made them confess...
I think the show has been having fairly consistent Good Writing... there are very few or none boring epis... maybe boring characters but not epis...
For me a show needs to have good writing , chemistry between leads and a  overall theme that binds the show and gives it a direction... KYY is all that...

But All said and done if the show had ended in June ending as planned before... it would have been better
This extension makes me fear that the MaNan magic might wane like a certain show in Channel V
Fingers Crossed it wont happen... I have Hope...

Regarding Nandhini being all about Manik...
She is madly in Love with him and he with her...
Offcourse they are the way they are...
Might take some time to get perspective of different things of life...

Arathy , maybe subjective but from Rida and many of our perspectives, we have found a lot of episodes boring. I have honestly skipped a lot of the scenes in the FC track. You might have not, which is fine, because it is subjective. Good writing for me means knowing when to close a track without prolonging it. Just like writing an article or a book, you don't necessarily have to long-winded writing, brevity can be even more effective.
At the end of the day, we don't expect everyone to agree with us, but this is people who don't like where the show is going or how its going. But this is our perspective!

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Posted: 02 May 2015 at 11:54am | IP Logged
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Truly an excellent post Rida :)

But just out of curiosity, what is the expected "normalcy" in the show? And what about the new normal, should that even exist?




I think she mean normal MaNan scenes without interruption of any new psycho new entry and drag fest.


And I ask what would be the importance of MaNan if these characters were not in the story, psycho Soha, Pandit, Nyo, and new entry? It's an indirect question to expected normalcy in the show...

And what is normal MaNan? What fun is too watch repetitive scenes without any climax? 



Where have we seen them do normal stuff. Why isnt it beautiful to watch people go through life phases without these villains. First 70 epis, we all enjoyed it without these characters, I personally dont enjoy Soha or PAndit, reserving comment on the new guy. Noyo is connected to the ML,  and shapes his life and background, she is one of the originals and it is interesting.
Normal MaNan is them having a normal phase in their life, being in college,in SPACE.

How many of us have had psychos in our life and back to back? Raise your hands if you doLOLOuch


And I ask when did this show ever promised any "normalcy" (normal collage life).  I don't recall them ever attending any classes in college, or going to movies like normal collage kids do, etc, so why are we expecting those things when they were never shown in the first place.  I am still trying to figure out what we are ranting about, and what is "normalcy" according to the audience...

The first 70 episodes concentrated mainly on friendship and relationship between all characters. Let's take Manik and Dhruv, how many people in real life give up a girl / boy they love for their friends? Raise your hands if you do Wink


 
I wouldnt but thats me and have always said it but I think you would find more people giving up on a girl because their friend loved the same girl than finding a psycho. Friendship and relationship being normal stuff, 70 episodes gave us that,all of us have gone through it, that we all relate to, psychos not really.


At this junction in story, they are already passed that stage, where friendships were on verge of breaking and relationships were hanging on thin strings, but then those things will always linger around in the story (Manik/Dhruv's friendship). And if we ask for the same scenes again and again, you will loose more audience than what you already have. A change is must and invertible..


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Posted: 02 May 2015 at 11:56am | IP Logged
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Truly an excellent post Rida :)

But just out of curiosity, what is the expected "normalcy" in the show? And what about the new normal, should that even exist?



How about regular stuff MehrWink, I agree normal is subjective but of a sample size of say 1000 people, it would be hard to find one psycho let alone two right.


There is a Cat at my door cause she is bored Wink

The numbers are not importance, but the role is important, and what  that role bring to the table (climax) is what drives the importance of MaNan.  Lets say if Soha was not in the picture at all, would MaNan have discovered love (indirectly they both declared their love for one another)...

Without climax there is no show..




Lets say they wouldnt have known they were in love without Soha track(which I dont agree with)What has the Pandit track done then, what exactly have we got? And the numbers are important because we talk about relatability. Isnt that why we love MaNan for the most part because we related to them, with tracks like this we are unable to relate to them anymore.


They discovered love due to the climax Soha brought in to their life, somewhere we should be thankful to Soha LOL   By the time Pandit has joined Space, MaNan were on verge of breaking, and due to Pandit's constant interest in Nandini, brought Manik close to Nandini, and finally declaring their love for one another, Pandit gave them a reason to fight for hope, fight for one another, we should thank Pandit more than Soha LOL

Surely the quality is very importance, and up to now we have got most qualified characters to play these antagonist roles (Soha, Pandit, Nyo, Harshad), according to me they have done marvelous job. But if your talking about the quality of screenplay and writing, I would only agree with you on dialogue writing part, especially for Pandit, they have royally screwed his character, but then they have done justice to MaNan scenes, simply amazing. So  ranting about one thing is something else vs saying the entire show is lacking direction.


Most importantly Mehr, according to you and for which it is respected, just as we cant speak for you or others, vice-versa. For me, MaNan in isolation has been good but the track not moving is a sore point for me. I dont care for Pandit or Soha, they have only dulled my viewing of MaNan not enhanced it and it is a problem for me!

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Posted: 02 May 2015 at 11:57am | IP Logged
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At this junction in story, they are already passed that stage, where friendships were on verge of breaking and relationships were hanging on thin strings, but then those things will always linger around in the story (Manik/Dhruv's friendship). And if we ask for the same scenes again and again, you will loose more audience than what you already have. A change is must and invertible..



The audience is already lost to a large extent Mehr. And sorry melodrama or psychos as focal point doesnt cut it.

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Posted: 02 May 2015 at 12:00pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by AnomanderRake

Originally posted by -Aarya-

Originally posted by AnomanderRake

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Truly an excellent post Rida :)

But just out of curiosity, what is the expected "normalcy" in the show? And what about the new normal, should that even exist?



How about regular stuff MehrWink, I agree normal is subjective but of a sample size of say 1000 people, it would be hard to find one psycho let alone two right.


There is a Cat at my door cause she is bored Wink

The numbers are not importance, but the role is important, and what  that role bring to the table (climax) is what drives the importance of MaNan.  Lets say if Soha was not in the picture at all, would MaNan have discovered love (indirectly they both declared their love for one another)...

Without climax there is no show..




Lets say they wouldnt have known they were in love without Soha track(which I dont agree with)What has the Pandit track done then, what exactly have we got? And the numbers are important because we talk about relatability. Isnt that why we love MaNan for the most part because we related to them, with tracks like this we are unable to relate to them anymore.


They discovered love due to the climax Soha brought in to their life, somewhere we should be thankful to Soha LOL   By the time Pandit has joined Space, MaNan were on verge of breaking, and due to Pandit's constant interest in Nandini, brought Manik close to Nandini, and finally declaring their love for one another, Pandit gave them a reason to fight for hope, fight for one another, we should thank Pandit more than Soha LOL

Surely the quality is very importance, and up to now we have got most qualified characters to play these antagonist roles (Soha, Pandit, Nyo, Harshad), according to me they have done marvelous job. But if your talking about the quality of screenplay and writing, I would only agree with you on dialogue writing part, especially for Pandit, they have royally screwed his character, but then they have done justice to MaNan scenes, simply amazing. So  ranting about one thing is something else vs saying the entire show is lacking direction.


Most importantly Mehr, according to you and for which it is respected, just as we cant speak for you or others, vice-versa. For me, MaNan in isolation has been good but the track not moving is a sore point for me. I dont care for Pandit or Soha, they have only dulled my viewing of MaNan not enhanced it and it is a problem for me!


Cool, I totally respect your views on that  cause it all comes down to individual perspectives :)
Always a pleasure in having a healthy discussion Tongue

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Posted: 02 May 2015 at 12:05pm | IP Logged
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At this junction in story, they are already passed that stage, where friendships were on verge of breaking and relationships were hanging on thin strings, but then those things will always linger around in the story (Manik/Dhruv's friendship). And if we ask for the same scenes again and again, you will loose more audience than what you already have. A change is must and invertible..



The audience is already lost to a large extent Mehr. And sorry melodrama or psychos as focal point doesnt cut it.


Is the show  still ranking as No 1 Youth Show in India? The IF/Twitter/FB (social media) is just 20% of the entire audience who watches the show, the vast audience is outside of these means of social media and their opinions are based on TRPs.

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Posted: 02 May 2015 at 12:14pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by arathim

@Rida and @adhi I agree with Mehr/Arya... people cant expect the show to have the feel of first 70 episodes all the way to the end... 
The characters grow up ... get mature... less awkwardness... more understanding...If we just have regular college scenes then it will become repetitive and boring... cameos are needed to move the story to the next phase...

the show already became repetitive and boring because of its love for these same cameos to the point where it left half of its viewers fatigued. This thread is one example lol.

Soha Track made Manik and Nandhu realize their Love
Pandit track indirectly made them confess...
I think the show has been having fairly consistent Good Writing... there are very few or none boring epis... maybe boring characters but not epis...

are you saying if soha wouldn't have been there manan would've never realized their love for one another? which will make them look stupid as a couple because you all always say that no matter what manan would always find their way to each other. By putting in so many external conflicts (that had absolutely no proper effect on the storyline or did nothing to add to the initial storyline much) they denied viewers of the great inner conflicts all of these could have been. Did Manan not fall in love, realize the good in each other, fight their attraction, accept it, indulge, come back together without all of this? So why on Earth will they need Soha to realize more, except, because the CVs just wanted to shove new characters in and make them some sorta thriller driving force. Chalo even ten episodes, it looks nice, but constant dragfest with these ppl? I still have no idea what the album drag thing achieved in terms of story for kaisi yeh yaariyan? the episodes have been nothing but scenes stringed together, and i can cut 75% of them and the story will still remain the same.



For me a show needs to have good writing , chemistry between leads and a  overall theme that binds the show and gives it a direction... KYY is all that...


for me a show needs to deliver the plot it promised, tight writing and the chemistry of course. The first two have been missing for the longest while. The third now doesn't matter that much in comparison. Also, it's subjective because opinions vary.



But All said and done if the show had ended in June ending as planned before... it would have been better
This extension makes me fear that the MaNan magic might wane like a certain show in Channel V
Fingers Crossed it wont happen... I have Hope...

Regarding Nandhini being all about Manik...
She is madly in Love with him and he with her...

that is not an excuse for dumbing down characters lol. Dunya ka har banda 24 ghante hope mala jabna shuru hojaye because they're madly in love? Love doesn't turns you into a single minded mushfest. Damn i've seen people madly in love and they're nowhere like this. Nandini's character has been reduced to nothing and they've managed to ruin the spunk she had. Oopar se the things she's going through, any sane person will lose his mind.

Offcourse they are the way they are...
Might take some time to get perspective of different things of life...


the problem isn't just if external characters are helping or not. That was a part of my rant. Like I said, the show started with an initial track but like a fool they're dragging us through all of it, not one even near being solved and adding external factors that do not come close to ANYTHING especially Pandit. And if Manik needs Pandit to realize he loves Nandini and that jealousy to get over his hate (which is not something i think happened lel) then toh i'm glad i stopped shipping manan because it makes them awwal number ka dysfunctional for me.


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ADHI I LOUU YOU TOO. dekho maine confess kiya :')) *where's the rain?*

thankyou everyone for agreeing and all brilliant responses. We are looking forward to forward it to the right people. I'm glad i'm not the only oneLOL

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Rida, I keep forgetting to tell you but I love your avatar/sig right now...good timesLOL



Also, just saw this in someone's sigbox and got all nostalgic...aww



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