Posted: 25 September 2011 at 2:09am | IP Logged
Originally posted by john909
i knew this girl vs boy theory was coming. i dont get it why these kinda issues have always been dragged towards that. here that is so not the case. she is married for god's sake. she has a responsibility towards her family. Was a good daughter, good sister, good wife or a good daughter in law? a big no. i m not saying be like gopi. that would be too much but at least have some decency of consulting people at home about your decisions. no matter how modern a family is, if they live together, they always ask or consult before actually making this kind of decision. so far dhawal is concerned, the poor guy does not do one thing without consulting or asking his wife or mother. so no body can point fingers at him. there is difference between using freedom and abusing it. kinjal crossed that line. this is not america. today ahem has to listen to all those comments because of her. i m not supportin the society rules but one has to abide to some rules if they want to stay in a society.
so far communication between wife and husband is concerned, since when does kinjal communicate with dhawal? she either insults him or ignores him.
I'm going to point a finger at him then...lol
i know his good, but he did use her picture without her consent and at the time when he did I was happy as she was so proud, it was great fun to see her name on the vest shop, named after her and all her pictures spread everywhere...lol, but to look at it from her point of view, she went and did modelling got paid a huge cheque and he is not understanding (the pressures of a rich girl being married to a poor man like him, no a/c, she is missing money to buy hair conditioner, neighbours peeping at her in her room) and keeps insisting it's because you didn't tell me or ask my permission, but what about him...Did he tell her or ask her permission to use her in the vest packaging and leaflets??? No he didn't, also he didn't use himself in the advertising of the shop, but he used her, without consulting her for her permission...Now Kinjal is using herself in the modelling she must consult him, he used her, he did it himself (not informing anyone) without asking his wife, he just went ahead and used her...just because she's his wife, which is wrong, no matter that he is good man.
But it's the accepted norm for a man to work to the best interest of his wife and family, without seeking permission from the women, so you see even the marriage dynamics of men and women are being brought into the story...as well as girls and boys inheriting shareholding in ancestral business (Kinjal and Aham in Modi Industries).
My mother told me several times that marriage is tolerating for a woman and if you want romance my daughter read romantic fiction, in those books a husband will consult his wife etc.
Edited by Nafisa_blossoms - 25 September 2011 at 2:15am