Posted: 11 January 2016 at 5:18pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by sonr
indhu6, I am glad my comments stirred you up. Awesome, that means I have done my job. I don't have any hatred for anybody, neither I am a fan of anybody.
Before I came in here, all the comments are stereo type.People are more subjective than objective. This place was a Vettaiyan fan club, rather than Saravanan Meenatchi discussion forum.
If anyone thinks, my points are wrong he/she is free to put a counter argument. Your comment was more of a personal attack than a counter argument. You just wanted me evicted. I have yet to see a serious counter argument. I see a lot of personal wishes.
So far, only one person gave a good argument favouring VM unity. The argument was that Saravanan is an all good guy that he was boring. Vettaiyan is half good and half bad therefore he is more interesting. Most of the people who are supporting are villagers. They can relate to Vettaiyan more than Saravanan from Canada. Only the people from overseas and urban cities in India are supporting Saravanan.
The argument is more about the popularity than actual storyline. My point to the director is that "You have started a good story, did very well, don't kill it now for the sake of popularity,"
A smart director will do both. I am actually challenging him, not you. A smart director should lead the people, not follow the people. If it is the villagers, It's easy to sway them.
I started seeing more people coming out from their hiding in support for SM marriage in Techsatish. That is encouraging for me. I put something and go back to see a few me toos. There are times I am busy, but others are answering the VM fans. Some of their arguments are stronger than mine. It wasn't like that before.
Aim your guns at the characters in SM, not at me.
Fine... S and M truly love each other... Then why should M marry V ? to please her father?... she waited for S to come as he promised... in the last moment when she did not see him... she should have got up and walked out... Is marriage a joke...? One scapegoat will tie the thaali to please a bunch of egoist... and here we are discussing who's love is great...?
Love is being loyal and commited... all reasons for marrying another man, when in love with someone else, is worthless and ridicules the institution called marriage...
to term M feelings as love ..
...??? who does she love? S? and she will show it by allowing someone else tie the sacred thread round her neck? If she has not attached any sanctity to it and just went thru the ritual as she had no choice... then why attach importance to it now?
I thought M loves only her father more than anyone else... and for that reason she was willing to go thru this marriage... Then again she was then willing to run off to canada to join saravanan after wedding... wont she be hurting her father if she did it?
Looks like M has all the right things wrongly conceptualised... My analysis is .. she does not love anyone.. not even herself... because she does not know the true meaning of love and the commitment that goes with it...