Posted: 16 December 2011 at 6:32am | IP Logged
Originally posted by desi_IFer1
Amar's character is really shady. But I must give the man the credit for not getting into fights, first hand.
The way he's presented himself is commendable. I have come to a conclusion that he sticks to his word. In Sky's case, he only objected over Sky calling him a "napunsak". However, in Sid's case, he got so upset with his antics that he decided to totally boycott him. And guess what! He's still stuck to his policy. Jaise hi Amar ne boycott kiya, Sid line pe aa gaya.
I also wanted to share two things with all of you. In the beginning, when Sid entered the house, he had a bitter side to his character. I mean, he was a total (as they call it in Mumbayya language), CH**TH. The way he treated Mahek (who herself wasn't a saint), and the way he would shout at the top of his lungs with Sky's support was something totally shocking, demeaning, and worth despise and hatred. Over the course of time in the house, things started to change. Clearly, nothing is forever or perpetual in the BB house. Dynamism had to take place. And that's where the game changed. The so-called self-proclaimed Youth Icon was nothing more than an unused desktop icon.
In the past couple episodes, he has literally begged PM, tried being nice to Amar, and then later on tried clarifying things with Amar.
My only question is, with all due respect, where was this man when he was jumping high on Sky's supportive ecstasy? Where was this man when he lashed at everyone, including Amar, left and right? You know why this happened? Becuz the support that he received from Sky in charity was misused by him. He totally misused the support he received by a person, who himself had no self-respect. Today Sky has totally dumped him. Mr. Youth Icon is no where.
Yehi hota hai jab aise insaan ka saath dete ho jiska khud ka koi eeman nahin hota. For Sky, Sid was just a pawn. Sid, who calls himself India's youth today, is nothing but a regular Indian guy who exercised poor judgment.
I am sorry to say this, but I am 28, and I feel I make an integral part of the youth community of India. And I DO NOT relate myself with a person like Sid. Therefore, I would like to request you all to voice your opinion (if you agree with me), and ask MTV to take away that title from him. I am sure the youth of India is respectful and chivalrous towards women. I don't see how anyone can cherish this guy.
very well said