Thursday, July 16, 2009

You drive me cra-Zee!

Reason #37 why Zee TV frustrates me...














ps: I totally don't buy the 'The kid wrote it, that's why' theory. Anyone who watches this show will know that the character of the kid is smarter than the entire Zee TV team put together.




16 comments:

t said...

Err... gold? :D

Tanuj Lakhina said...

arrey,, the choti bacchi wrote it.she doesnt know hindi ki matraye well..lol

Sameer said...

I think the serial deals with special needs kids. Hence the intentional wrong 'matra'.

Sayesha said...

#t,
Okay baba, gold is yours! :P

#Tanuj,
Don't tell me! She is supposed to be super smart, can count in thousands and what not, and doesn't know how to spell? :| Aaaaaaaarrrggggggghhhhhh!

Sayesha said...

#Sameer,
Yeah she is autistic. Doesn't talk to anyone or react to anything. But if you've watched the show, she's supposed to be super smart. I don't think the character can make this kind of error. This is a horrible thing to have, especially in the title!

~Lopa said...

your blog certainly attracts faster comments...i had 5-6 windows open at same time...when i opened this there were 2 comments and when i closed other n came back now there are these many !!!
One popular blog Sayesha :)

raghu said...

she wrote it when she was smaller na.. when she dint know spelling :P

Neha said...

haha..maybe the zee tv ppl wrote it, but then why are they highlighting their mistake buy a red arrow pointing towards it?!!! :D:D

ramya said...

hmmmm... MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH...i would have seen that thing on screen so MANY times.. kudos to you..that you noticed it!

Amey said...

And Numerology strikes again.

aj said...

What are the rules for chaand bindu and regular bindu when it comes to spelling the "An" part of Antara?

here i 'm said...

Errr...i have no idea about this show
Infact i don't have any idea about any show these days...no TV :(
Only i know...how i'm surviving without that ... * sob sob * (with melodramatic expressions ;)

But anyways i'm not big fan of Zee shows. I find them kind of dumb and bit far from reality. It's high time that they realise that people would be more interested in watching something that they can relate with rather than story of a "super" girl.

So far as the mistake in the title is concerned... you should pay a visit to some of the studios when you're in India next time... most (not all) of the people working behind the screen are the ones who are more interested in partying/ drinking and want to become successful & famous over nite... have choosen media field as an excuse not to study any books any more. So this kind of mistake doesn't really surprise me... i rather find it obvious.

Sanchit said...

looks like zee tv is dyslexic !!
they want to really MEAN.. every child is special... D

Thousif Raza M.B said...

totally agree with sanchit :D, nice job though ;)


take care and keep writing......

TMaYaD said...

possibly unrelated note.

"""
A man walks into a bar and says to the bartender, “Beer for me, beer for you, and beer for everyone who is in the bar now.” After drinking, the man starts walking out of the bar. “Hey, what about the payment?” yells the bartender. “I have no money,” answers the man. The bartender hears that and beats the man as hard as he can, then throws him out into the street.
The next evening the man walks again into the bar and says to the bartender, “Beer for me, beer for you, and beer for everyone who is in the bar now.” The bartender thinks to himself, “The man can’t be stupid enough to pull the same trick twice, tonight he must have enough money”, and gives beer to everyone. After drinking, the man starts walking out of the bar. “Hey, what about the payment?” yells the bartender. “I have no money,” answers the man. The bartender hears that and beats the man as hard as he can, then throws him out into the street.
One evening later the man walks again into the bar and says to the bartender, “Beer for me, and beer for everyone who is now in the bar.”
In disgust, the bartender asks “What, no beer for me this time?”
“No,” answers the man, “you get violent when you drink.”
"""

Reminded me of my favourite bartender-bhai giving drinks for free and the violent ways, even in the absence of alcohol, that ensue with the weapon-of-ass-distruction (for the uninitiated, hypothetical rolled up news paper).

We love you, Bhai.

Sayesha said...

#~Lopa,
:P

#raghu,
Hehehehe... do you work for Zee TV? ;)

#Neha,
Hahahahahahaha! Do not mock my red arrow, lady! :P

#ramya,
Thank you! :D

#Amey,
Nahinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn! Now numerology affects hindi spelling too? :(((((((((((

#aj,
Aila! I can't explain the rules, but I can tell which one is correct, which one is not. Hehehe! :P

#here i 'm,
That's just sad... I mean they are broadcasting this to the whole country, and many other countries... a typo in the title is just not acceptable. :(

#Sanchit,
Sheesh!

#Thousif,
Thanks.

#TYaYaD,
Yeahahahahahaha! Thanks! :D Right now, I do want to do some ass-destruction in the Zee TV studio!
PS: Bhai loves her bewdas too! :D :D