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Jagya to Jagat

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Posted: 21 December 2011 at 1:00pm | IP Logged

Cvs today touched those aspects which had not been explained satisfactorily- neither today!- just a mention through Shivani's inquiry/observations on J-A or Anandi's self introspection...those on haphazardly evasive treatment to Jagya-Anandi's original bonding. The 'neglect' was of course meant to pave a way for J-G pairing and Gauri's prime alibi

fetching an old post to express the doubts...

The lynchpin is Jagya's washed hands on his bonding with Anandi- i.e 'a mere friendship'.

Yes we know he is a creep. He is immune to moral, ethical or social obligations and perhaps his only real allegiance is to himself. But was it always so? Was he always so insensitively self centred? Had he really no feelings for Anandi? To elaborate; He was prone to follies, but was he not showed distinctly seeking Anandi's presence in the childhood? Yes the viewers too had been falling in groove watching that lively girl tackling her unending tribulations with fortitude and as much courage as possible, but mostly in steadily gaining bond of friendship with Jagya. The boy had been indulged widely under Dadisa's spoiling impunity. But had he not positive or restraining influences of Bhairav, Shyam, Sumitra or Anandi's herself? That time he had not turned obtuse enough to be irrevocably self absorbed and insensitive rascal. Actually, one of his redeeming points amidst many flows, before the leap, was his notice of injustice to Anandi and some brave or upfront defiance to Dadisa on the matters. He was supportive to Anandi's efforts and camaraderie was clearly there. A bond was forged and strengthened in a shared childhood of stormy years and series of serious family crisis-right up to the adolescent parting. By then, Anandi's presence was etched in his evolving mind, not just a contemporary friend, but someone special; protecting his life- risking her own and a true ally in every bit. This bond was clearly manifest at the threshold of adulthood and eagerly recognized by both. Then how has Jagdish turned diametrically opposite from his original leaning? The question is to Cvs convoluted ways to ramrod their hurriedly recalled 'massage @ balvivah' in a manner, where complete vault-face of these etched characteristics or portrayals is forced down the viewer's throats. The credibility of 'message' gets compromised -it stumbles into an unintended issue of bigamy or adultery. How are we to believe that Jagya had no feeling for Anandi ('never' as claimed by him), when we are exposed to the contrary for no of scenes? Was it all mere a ticklish? Then where went the affinity operating under irrefutable dynamics of that original bond forged far earlier? Would it not overweigh a later infatuation, acquired more probably under the alluring glare of a more sophisticated novelty? Here, he is showed sincere and dedicated. But then how believably 'sincere' can he be showed in light of former caprice? The lines are unconvincing- both on Jagya, as well as Gauri's self serving 'Defence/weapon'.

 

P.S. This is neither pro-'realignment', nor against 'message' intentions... some annoyance @ way 'message' was brought about.

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Posted: 21 December 2011 at 3:58pm | IP Logged
Jagya had a deep bond with Anandi - that is of course true. He supported her and even Phooli and Sugna numerous times when his own sense of fairness nagged him to rebel against DS's firm discipline reserved for girls/wives./widows.

But the Cv's are not here to show just one guy. J is a common guy meant to represent umpteen ambitious villagers who bravely come to cities for further education and some can get a little lost in its shiny glitter( read - hurry to fit in and not stick out like an outsider).

So they showed how J observed LalSingh's brutal ragging and his subsequent lying to avoid the same fate. He was mesmerized by the smart, open-minded, modernly dressed city girls. He discovered new horizons and new possibilities and started feeling his life had been tied down and started resenting it. He couldn't even voice his confusion to anyone - if only there had been someone like Shivani there for him. J might never have strayed. He badly needed some support n guidance right then.
Also, when J was brutally ragged to the point that he lost hope - Gauri saved him. Gauri too was attracted coz she saw him as her savior, and though he did resist her attentions for some time but eventually he caved in.
And slowly he convinced himself that it was either the city life OR the village and he wanted a brand new no shackles life with a pretty new smart, educated girl who out shone his homely, reeking of masala wife. 

Someone needed to have observed this change while it was happening and it could have been curtailed - hence 2 cases for comparison - Lal Singh and Jagya. 

CV's wanted to show why bal-vivah is a bad idea and did a great job of it. When the guy goes off to further his education and the girl stays home - then they lose their sharing of experiences and thoughts and their growth patterns grow drastically apart. After a couple of years they can become complete strangers who only share a past - no present, coz while she is still stuck in the same 5 yr old place - he has moved way ahead.

And he may then want the company of those he has shared his recent phase with. Jagya to Jagat - there u have it.





Edited by hooked - 21 December 2011 at 4:04pm

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Posted: 21 December 2011 at 7:32pm | IP Logged

@ hooked,

Good explanation on Cv's Jagat...a perceptive angle from the purpose of story, as well as plausibility on character's metamorphosis. However I have not been pointing out literal transformation or psychological plausibility. I meant the story's annoying imbalance. As we know Cvs can highlight or suppress a specific angle, for example, they would engineer unbelievable 'rescues' or adamant inconsistencies to suit their track needs, the unevenness crept in the way they handled post adolescent relationship bet'n the two leads. I mean, if they would have showed only strong friendship from both sides, better served would have been the 'message intention'. Once committing a romantic angle, and then abruptly changing one side ( however plausible courtsey city exposures) while keeping other one still pining is not working somehow. Hope, other side's transformation would be attained as well, though everything is pointing to a reversal of drama!

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Posted: 21 December 2011 at 7:36pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by stutishah

Cvs today touched those aspects which had not been explained satisfactorily- neither today!- just a mention through Shivani's inquiry/observations on J-A or Anandi's self introspection...those on haphazardly evasive treatment to Jagya-Anandi's original bonding. The 'neglect' was of course meant to pave a way for J-G pairing and Gauri's prime alibi

fetching an old post to express the doubts...

The lynchpin is Jagya's washed hands on his bonding with Anandi- i.e 'a mere friendship'.

Yes we know he is a creep. He is immune to moral, ethical or social obligations and perhaps his only real allegiance is to himself. But was it always so? Was he always so insensitively self centred? Had he really no feelings for Anandi? To elaborate; He was prone to follies, but was he not showed distinctly seeking Anandi's presence in the childhood? Yes the viewers too had been falling in groove watching that lively girl tackling her unending tribulations with fortitude and as much courage as possible, but mostly in steadily gaining bond of friendship with Jagya. The boy had been indulged widely under Dadisa's spoiling impunity. But had he not positive or restraining influences of Bhairav, Shyam, Sumitra or Anandi's herself? That time he had not turned obtuse enough to be irrevocably self absorbed and insensitive rascal. Actually, one of his redeeming points amidst many flows, before the leap, was his notice of injustice to Anandi and some brave or upfront defiance to Dadisa on the matters. He was supportive to Anandi's efforts and camaraderie was clearly there. A bond was forged and strengthened in a shared childhood of stormy years and series of serious family crisis-right up to the adolescent parting. By then, Anandi's presence was etched in his evolving mind, not just a contemporary friend, but someone special; protecting his life- risking her own and a true ally in every bit. This bond was clearly manifest at the threshold of adulthood and eagerly recognized by both. Then how has Jagdish turned diametrically opposite from his original leaning? The question is to Cvs convoluted ways to ramrod their hurriedly recalled 'massage @ balvivah' in a manner, where complete vault-face of these etched characteristics or portrayals is forced down the viewer's throats. The credibility of 'message' gets compromised -it stumbles into an unintended issue of bigamy or adultery. How are we to believe that Jagya had no feeling for Anandi ('never' as claimed by him), when we are exposed to the contrary for no of scenes? Was it all mere a ticklish? Then where went the affinity operating under irrefutable dynamics of that original bond forged far earlier? Would it not overweigh a later infatuation, acquired more probably under the alluring glare of a more sophisticated novelty? Here, he is showed sincere and dedicated. But then how believably 'sincere' can he be showed in light of former caprice? The lines are unconvincing- both on Jagya, as well as Gauri's self serving 'Defence/weapon'.

 

P.S. This is neither pro-'realignment', nor against 'message' intentions... some annoyance @ way 'message' was brought about.

I wonder why you waste your literary talent on such non issues...Why dont you write about real issues that concern the society in a newspaper. Atleast you can be assured that serious reader would read an article fully.

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