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daydreamers IF-Rockerz

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Posted: 04 May 2016 at 8:40am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Fantasia.

What? Naagin gets another extension? Confused now what about kawach? will it get delayed? 

Maine article nahi padha kinza juz d highlights. Check out its there on the forum. Rajat tokas to re-enter naagin 

I don't know what he'll be now nevla or morni Confused Ouch or tiger or another house of wild animals... Zoo bana ke rakha h colors ko.. Sleepy

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RollingStones IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 May 2016 at 9:35am | IP Logged
MAHPH Update :
Devi calls Kal in US and informs abt Jannu's health . Kal informs Viku , Viku decides to go back to Mumbai.
Pallavi was SO GOOD in this Scene...esp the way she informs Kal... Numb and Lost ...

Devi and Aaji reminiscing...all moments with Kannu ...
Childhood memories ...Heart 

Here in Mumbai SohKet having meetin with some Director . Ketki lost in Thoughts imagines Kannu and tells Sohrabh I want to meet Kannu..

Kal reaches Hospital ...Sings Surmai Ankhiyon mien...Kannu dies..
This scene was soo ...Broken HeartCry.

At Home ...Ketki comes ...people talking bad abt sisters , one runwaway bride and other went to US with Vikrrant .Both dont care for their KidBro...

Ketki shocked to see Kannu's Body ...goes to touch him .,Kal doesn't allow her ...takes her Outside...
where were you when Aai calling you ...why dint you came at that time..
and coming now just to show that u care for ur bro...
Don't do such show off  do what you do best ..Nautanki...Shocked
You left us for this day He will Leave you ...
And you wanted this only naa...Kalyani nahin toh Ketki sahi...and slaps Ketki...
This side of Kalyani was Unexpected , never seen and Meanie...
Once again ...Kal gives out her Decision without asking Family ...

Precap : Leap..
Sohrabh illtreating Ket..
and Vamps entry...looked like she directly came from her Sasural Simar Kaa Set...SCARY is the word for her ...

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Fantasia. IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 May 2016 at 9:46am | IP Logged

Whites are taking over the blacks

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This one is .. Day Dreaming Heart 

Edited by Fantasia. - 04 May 2016 at 9:46am

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RollingStones IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 May 2016 at 10:01am | IP Logged
Jhanvi ...I agree with you about loose characterization of Shergill..
Even the sub plots in PKHJD were not well constructed .

But then take MAHPH eg...the show is well written , characters are strong...but still look at Forum .
Its so dead..and even TRP are down . Inspite fo channel doing good Promotions .Still low TRP.
The only time that show witnessed some forum activity was when there was KaVi Almost Kissing scene...matlab , ab kyaa bolneka..LOL

PKHJD Forum was very active at the start...the day Terrorist angle was revealed..
Majority left ...Disapprove

What I want to say is ...
Its either the Young/Hawt Romance that works  or the supernatural stuff..

Remove Iqbal Mona and replace them with some Young Hawt Good-Looking pair ...
and then see check the forum reactions...ROFL
I should blame Audience because they watch what they like , bt that is how it is ...this is what audience like.

Check MAHPH ...there now members want KaVi couple to go on ...I mean really just cos you like the couple , you want them???and what about story lene jaaye ??

IF majorly thrives on young brigade ..who likes Physical intimacy wala romance...

I agree about PKHJD having weaklings...but the show was never Lame . I have seen lame shows getting high TRP's .

SOny might have some other reasons for axeing PKHJD, because the channel allowed Reporters its natural inspite of .2 TRP.
But about PKHJD Forum Ranking ...yeah A young hawty romance would have done the Trick..I feel.LOL

About Naagin getting extension...woh chodo pehle yeh batao...
Will Kawach get Killed forever because of this ??? Then I am happy..
let Naagin rule then.. ..LOL

But desperateness of teh Channel...Arrghhh...
This TRP Competition is ...YUCK...
and yeah even in that Forum...members are more concerned about Consummation of the Couple ...matlab...WackoROFL

RollingStones IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 May 2016 at 10:07am | IP Logged

Neither she was an alcoholic nor I am a womaniser . People do Grow apart & its unfortunate . Period!!

Sushant Ankit Split Up officiial News...

I seriously dont know what to say...

never thought that this couple will drift apart...

Relationships are fickle...

pinkeye IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 May 2016 at 10:25am | IP Logged
Hello dost log. Mujhe do din se kuch nahi dekhne ko mila tv is busy , so dpston kuch important news hai toh bata do. One I already read naagin getting an extension. Have one reaction- spare me the torture.

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RollingStones IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 May 2016 at 10:34am | IP Logged

Dealing with parents' mortality

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MAY 1, 2016, 5:00 AM SGT

My father, 81, and I talk occasionally about his death. At breakfast he, not an ailing man, can turn into a prophet of doom amidst spoonfuls of cereal. "I have two years left," he will pronounce, to which I reply that his predictions are unreliable since he has been saying this for the past six years. My mother, 83, laughs and he smiles. We are all, impossibly, trying to meet death with some humour and grace.

I am sounding braver than I actually feel for the inevitability of a parent's death is like a shadow that walks quietly with most of us. A 40-year-old woman I met recently revealed that when her parents are asleep, she stands over their beds in the dark, waiting for a tiny movement, a proof of life. Mortality is life's most towering lesson, not to be feared but gradually understood.

My parents' eventual death is hardly a preoccupation for me but for those of us who live on foreign shores, it's always there, lingering on the outskirts of our daily lives. It is hard to explain the two-second terror of the surprise phone call from our homes far away. I answer with a question that is always tense and terse: "Everything OK?" My father replies: "Of course, beta (son)."

Death will come, and somehow, it will always be imperfect. In old Bollywood films, parents made long, weepy speeches about family and love and then their heads fell dramatically to the side. Reality is never so scripted. The devilry of distance - I live two flights from my parents - means that it is unlikely we will be home in time. We do not want our parents to linger and yet the heart attack's unpredictable finality leaves no time for farewell. We are presuming, of course, that there is such a thing as a graceful goodbye. Perhaps it is in how we live with them that is more vital.

I talk occasionally to my parents about death, not because I am morbid but because I am inquisitive about mortality and because I do not want them to be scared or alone. Yet I find it is they who reassure me.

They return from frequent funerals, friends gone and family lost, and speak with voice softer but spirit intact. My father retreats deeper into his sofa and philosophy and tells me: "The whole, wonderful, joyful, exhilarating business of evolution would not exist if we were immortal." There can rarely be an equanimity about death - we all fear pain and indignity on the way there and we all feel loss - but sometimes we might strive for an acceptance that all things must finish.

Few other struggles are as impartial as ageing and illness, and the mortality of a parent. Every friend I spoke to carried a separate apprehension. A banker told me she is unafraid and yet had already asked close friends to attend her parents' funerals. Emotionally and practically, she knows she will need support. An executive, her parents still together after 61 years, sinks as she considers one parent left behind, like an old, steadied ship whose moorings have been cruelly cut. A flinty investigative journalist, bound to her mother who is her only parent alive, wonders about her sanity once left alone.

We feel hesitant often to raise some subjects with our parents as if they are too impertinent or inconvenient and yet practicality has a place. Was a will written, a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) ordered, all these seemingly minor matters which leave shaken families divided in emergency rooms. Do we know what our parents wish and how they want to go?

Clarity is the great courtesy that my friend Sharda's mother offered her: no life support, no unnecessary surgery. Another pal, Samar, has a paper packet at home given to him a while ago by his parents and only recently did he find the nerve to peek in. No religious rituals, his parents wrote; our bodies to be donated for medical purposes, they noted.

I found nothing grim in this but saw it instead as a gentle gift to their son by giving him answers to questions he cannot bear to ask. There was also in the giving of their bodies to science a beautiful, moral clarity. In their 80s, they had understood that in death, they might be able to do what so few of us can do while living: save a life.

Samar sees his parents every day and I call India every second day. In my wrestle with the eventual truth of a parent-less planet, I have learnt five things. The first is contact. To hear, see, touch. To talk and to learn. My father recently mentioned in conversation about the composers Johann Strauss Senior and Junior. I didn't tell him I thought there was only one. So thanks, dad.

Second, to speak your mind, to leave nothing unsaid, for in the sharing of love a relationship comes alive. Not everyone can find the words but regret is an incurable ache.

Third, mine them for stories, of where they came from, hardship they hurdled, love they found, museums they visited, people they became, dreams they left behind, times they lived in, fears they wore. If I don't write them down, then stories dim and histories die and there is nothing to carry forward.

Fourth, and this my mother is teaching me, is to respect choice. "Fight, fight" against age, against illness, we tell our parents, often selfishly, but not everything must be raged against. Dylan Thomas was wrong, sometimes you have to go gentle into that good night. Sometimes, life has been enough, a weariness comes to rest, all accounts are settled and people want to turn to the wall, away from life and slip away. As my closest friend, Namita, still grieving over a mother she recently lost, told me: "There is a great love in letting people go."

Fifth, and I am lousy at this, don't steal their autonomy and instead respect their choices, hear their opinions, let them be free to arrange the rhythms of their life. My brothers and I are always trying to buy our parents a TV, a fridge, as if we cannot fathom that their life does not need a new shine. Yet it is fine as it is. So what if the letters on my mother's keyboard wore away, she has not forgotten the unique order of this alphabet.

Still I search for clarity amidst the clutter of life's incessant questions. I wade, like us all, through the truths of ageing and loss. I think of a relative who cannot find a way to open cupboards and wander through the accumulated life of her parents she has recently lost. I am moved by a friend, a civil servant whose father passed away a while ago and who tells me: "I don't fear death. I feel I have had a fulfilling stint with my mum." We are, all of us, a forest of crooked trees, leaning on each other.

I find reassurance in the reality that my parents, hardly wealthy, not poor, have lived rich lives. My mother now sits with the stillness of a painting and reads. My father writes to me: "I am not frightened by death. I will be sad that I can no longer look at Michelangelo's David, Picasso's Guernica, listen to the cool jazz of Bill Evans' piano or smell the aroma of a beautiful woman!" Today he has gone, as he does many Sundays, to listen and learn from a younger man about his beloved Strauss and Bach and Mozart. To this music, always he comes alive.

Beautiful Read , found it on Harneet's Twitter Chat...

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RollingStones IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 May 2016 at 10:38am | IP Logged
Originally posted by pinkeye

Hello dost log. Mujhe do din se kuch nahi dekhne ko mila tv is busy , so dpston kuch important news hai toh bata do. One I already read naagin getting an extension. Have one reaction- spare me the torture.

Aww... dont worry , I dont think You hhave missed anything ...nothing major happended anywhere..LOL.

Reg Naagin ...haha..Its weird naa , show is about to end and channel wnats to Extend it ..
Janam Janam ke Bhuukhen...Angry

I am getting Bored , kuch hain hi nahin...Ouch

What's your Views on PKHJD low Ranking on IF...LOL.

Good news for u and  Jhalak ...
Barun's new movie trailer is out ...

Edited by RollingStones - 04 May 2016 at 10:38am

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