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@rehana86...very well said...the writer wrote in a way that it seems she has never felt the essence of mohan and guru's relation...she just made a fool of herself by trying to portray herself as advocator of servants' rights...ridiculous because on day 1 wen they came to hire house the owner made a remark that he cannot understand who is servant and who is malik and mohan very coolly said that even he remains confused...see that scene again and we can see how much guru's consent means to him...mohan was even ready to leave the house because guru was reluctant...only after the owner reduced rent that too because of guru's persuasion...mohan took the house
Edited on:08 September 2012 at 11:44pm
sorry to say but I don't think the interviewer has followed the show from day one...
"Many people may have laughed at that joke but I felt it was cruel and of bad taste": Mohan is not a typical goody goody male lead of any random show who would have sugar talks with every single character ... & abt the kidney part, he considers guru as his own so it didn't take a moment for him to take on Guru as he knew that he can always count on Guru... whereas, in reality no one counts on their domestic helper for their own advantages because that's where the caste/class comes in...
Now about Indu slapping Guru, if Indu wud have slapped Mohan then there wudn't be question right? because he is her son, but when it came to Guru, now it's an issue... Does the interviewer know that Guru calls Indu 'Mummyji' & Indu's affection for Guru doesn't need to be shown visually, one needs to feel & understand what kind of bond Indu-Guru shares... for example, when Mohan came back home after getting slap from Megha, that night Mohan took out all his anger on Guru & partially on Indu. Then at a point, Indu asked Mohan whose anger he was venting on both of them (Indu & Guru)... if she was considering Guru as just a servant then she would not even bothered whether her son vents his anger on Guru or not but here she didn't like it...
The best example for Indu-Guru relation will be when Guru hugs Indu and cries when he breaks the news of Mohan's shot...which domestic helper would dare to hug his/her master even in the worst case?
Is it necessary to always ignore the positive sides?? ...
Edited on:08 September 2012 at 9:27pm
Happy to see an interview happening..Great answers by Dushyant. Mohan shouts at Guru "it gives our society a negative message that they can shout at their domestic helpers" Sorry I dont agree. If u have seen the show, you must know what kind of relation Guru-Mohan share. And keeping that in mind, these scenes were very acceptable. They share a brother-like relation, so yes, one brother shouts at the other, and never tell how much he loves n cares for him! Induji slapped Guru but Guru didnt leave their house, coz he wont ever leave Mohan. Induji is like Mohan, wont show her feelings ever. But she knows very well what place Guru holds in Mohan's life. Obviously in real society very few people share such relations which are beyond designations, and so for them, being abusive/violent with domestic help is not only incorrect but inhumane too n to be protested against
Thanks for this article.i was waiting
for one interview from Dushyant..it's good TB is covering other actors also fm the show.Dushyant, you rock as Guru.your superb chemistry with Kunal Karan kapoor appears on screen as well..
Edited on:08 September 2012 at 2:47pm
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