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moviee time..

It was bit difficult to go to work after taking 1 long week off. luckily as our onshore counterparts are still out of office ,so left home by 5. While going purchased a tickets of a new Telugu movie 'sasirekha parinayam' (meaning 'marriage of sasirekha' ) . That movie was a story about a girl who is forced to marry a NRI without actually meeting and was informed just before the day of marriage.while watching the movie i suddenly realized that i'm actually crying in some scenes especially the scenes where bride-grooms father humiliate brides father at the time of marriage. I could feel tears in my eyes. That same scene happened in our house at the time of my sisters marriage. When that guys family members his two sister who were married and his mom and Dad made my parents run like anything thru out the marriage demanding many things that were not asked in the before talks. My Dad helplessly dancing to their every whim and wish. My mother though suffering with arthritis made to climb four stairs many times in pretext of calling them and listening to that guys sisters stupid requests.
After marriage also them made a big fuss that things were not done properly and even pointed to my sister on her first day there. Poor girl almost ended up in tears .

I know this might be the problem faced by all the brides and their families. Is having a daughter a sin?

2 comments:

anudivya said...

I need to see that movie.
What you wrote moved me... it is a pity that such things still happen in a surprising frequency.

And no being a girl, or daughter is not a sin. But it is important to stand up for what we believe in and I hope and wish your sister is doing well.

newbie said...

Thanks for your comment.

Unfortunately much of our society still needs transform its out look and come out those stereotypic views. In many places still, even in highly educated families also this happens.
My sister is fine.

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