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just watched the show and I can only say one thing,,,,if that man truly find this show offensive, it means that he's very old fashion since he doesnt like people speaking their mind!!
One advice for the guy:STOP WATCHING THE SHOW IF U CANT HANDLE IT!! go and watch some saas bahu crap!
lovestruck21---i agree with u 100000%... wen grls actually do this in real life in kittie parties and all..then that is okay..bt wen its shown on TV.. then evryone jumps on the channel for showing this...why? then mtv also has certain bold shows... why dont they ban them huh?
I don't understand. If your offended, then don't watch it. Why take the right away from other people who find no problem with it. There really isn't anything really bad, yea, there might have been a few moments of awkwardness if someone is not used to that kind of stuff, but in that regard, just change the channel. Bollywood is just as bad in certain cases, if not worse.
I think the only problem I had, was that at times, it felt like certain comments were just thrown in to create some sort of 'hatke' feel. Aside from that, I mean, it was pretty normal, interesting. Just a fun little show. I mean, I have a feeling that if they put a bunch of MEN on there, and had the same sort of concept, no one would complain. If you think about it, the questions were not bad, 'which one would change their attitude" "what won't you really say in front of a guy" simple stuff all females are familiar with, though the show isn't something families should watch together; I doubt younger kids will watch it because they probably can't relate nor really decipher the topics. Everyone has their own sensitivities,yet TV is a public medium, and no one is being forced to watch anything
Edited on:17 August 2010 at 2:56am
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