Kaleerein 15th February 2018 Written Episode Update: Meera’s Family Drama

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Silky’s mother Laali walks in shouts how dare Biji is to steal Silky’s alliance for Meera. She confronts each family member Biji tries to calm her down, but she continues and walks to Vivan and says this family is fraud and is fixing alliance wrongly, he is supposed to see Silky instead, this house is also not their’s and owner stays in London. Biji says this is house owner Vivan from London and tells Vivan that Lali is his daughter and is mentally ill. Laali says she is not. Vivan says he knows this family’s intentions. Biji takes her aside. Laali continues yelling how can she do this to her daughter, Silky is also her granddaughter, but she always favors Meera. Biji says Silky is attending Soni Kudi Academy and will get many alliances, but Meera will not, so drop this

issue right away. Laali continues yelling and says let Dolly bhabhi decide, she knows how it feels as a girl’s mother. Dolly walks in and asks what is happening. Laali explains her whole situation. Meera also walks in and hears whole conversation.

Meera opposes Daadi’s decision and says she always favored her instead of Silky since chilhood. Biji says she did not and let his alliance happen as Sumer already saw and accepted her. Meera says she will for family’s sake, but only if Silky agrees. Biji agrees.

Meera walks to Soni Kudi Academy and then into Silky’s class. Silky asks how dare she is to snatch her alliance, if she is not ashamed. Meera says let us speak and tries to take her aside. Silky asks if she does not know she is eyeing on already married man, she can sue her. Whole class claps. Silky explains she was practice a situation and asks if she is thinking about Sumer, she is happy for her and does not mind her alliance with Sumer. Meera relaxes.

Vivan speaks to someone over phone. Amaya walks in. He asks if she slept well. She says she slept so well for the first time and asks whom he was trying to speak. He brushes off. Prince walks in and after a bit of jokergiri says Biji asked if they would have dinner with them. Vivan says no, but Amaya says yes. AFter sometime, Doly walks in holding lassi. Vivan says he does not drink lassi. She says alliance is fixed after a great difficulty and everyone thinks they are owner of this mansion, so if he can. Vivan asks if she means he should go out. Dolly asks how does he know. He says he knows this family well now and says he will go out when boy’s family comes. Dolly thanks him happily and leaves…Drama continues…

Vivan sees Amaya with Sumer and asks who is this. Amaya says airport guy.
Vivan angrily holds Sumer’s collar. Meera warns Vivan to back off and scolds him.

Update Credit to: MA

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  1. Typical family drama,Meera’s bua walking in and accusing her own mother,Biji of stealing her daughter’s match for her favourite granddaughter ,Friends ,I don’t know whether these scenes happen in your countries but here a married daughter feeling jealous of her brother and his family is very common because she thinks that her brother and his children are the cynosure of her parents and to some extent she is justified in feeling so,if not all parents ,majority of them have special affection for sons and his children.But I am happy ,Silky is a very affectionate cousin,quite unaffected by these trivial jealousies .
    I am shocked at the shameless ness of Meera’s mother ,how can she go and ask Vivan to stay out of his own house for a day as Sumer’s family will be coming to see Meera and they should not know that the house doesn’t belong to them…..and he surprised me by accepting .Vivan seems to have a secret,he keeps talking to someone in a low voice and diverts the topic when asked by his sister I couldn’t make out what he was saying but certainly not a girlfriend ,so he is here on an agenda,let us see what it is.Still waiting for that first moment of attraction between the leads.

    1. I agree with you .In some families parents support their son more than their daughters because they feel after marriage daughter will leave them but this is unfair, sadly people in my family also feel this.Some families just see girls as a burden who must not be and married by giving a large amount of dowry and after that they feel their responsibilities will be over.A girl is always associated with the term ‘paraya dhan’ . The birth of a girl is not desired. It goes to the extreme of taking away the life of female fetus which we are not supposed to do.
      In our country we respect goddess but disrespect girls.I know the scenario is changing but still, there is a need for a lot of change. I can see the change but there are two sides of the coins- one side looks promising but one side still looks grim and gloomy.I believe. In which field girls are far behind in today’s world? After fulfilling all duties in the family it is them, who look after or take care of elderly parents. If not, at least they think about them. Then why girls are considered as burden so much so that they are killed either before they are born or immediately after their births? How do the perpetrators commit such heartless grisly crime? Don’t they think about the obvious consequences? In a country where in every occasion we run and pray to a female Goddess, trying to invoke the blessings of Devi Maa, why so much cruelty to females, and babies in particular?

      I heard, in several remote villages in north Gujarat, there exists a procedure called ‘dudh putli’ to kill a new-born girl. A few hours old baby is drowned in a big vessel filled with milk. I was dumb stuck when I first heard it. Those who practice this or similar barbaric method, not in Gujarat alone, anywhere in this country, have ever thought who will marry their sons, or who will bear ‘sons’ of their sons or who will cook for them or who will maintain their households or who will really take care of them during old age? Mostly these crimes are committed by elderly members of the families which include mothers and grandmothers too.

      We already know the dangerous outcomes of rampant female foeticide or killing of baby girls. The effect is more visible in north Indian states like Haryana, Punjab etc., where female s*x ratio is abysmally low. People are forced to bring girls from down south to get their sons married. Bride of one brother is compelled to bear children of other unmarried brothers in the family. Not to mention, there are other associated crimes too.
      They should realise that girls are not burden, they are the assets; girls give more joy to parents, less worry; girls are bearers, they must be protected; girls are equally capable, more sincere and emotional than boys – these truths must be drilled into the minds of the rather oblivious populace of our country, nothing less.
      Sorry for the long comment and mistakes (if any).
      Thanks for the update MA.

      1. That truly makes me sad to read, and nature has a habit of correcting imbalances, you have to have male and female…already China due it’s unfortunate one child policy is feeling the effects of having more men the women, there are whole generations that won’t ever have a wife or a family or even be with a female…the government has relaxed the 1 child policy thank god but the damage has been done.

  2. Hey everyone…
    Thanks for the update MA.
    I want Vivaan to know the good side of Meera and her family.

  3. Lakshmi and Sonakshi… both of your commentaries are thought provoking. In most Indian families, here too, it’s a psycological acceptance to value male children over the daughters and it’s so sad. However, I’ve not allowed myself to further that tradition and I treat my son and daughter equally with everything that I have. Across here, it’s not horrendous as what may be a practice of the rural communities in India and daughters do enjoy wealth in families which can provide for them but the majority of inheritance goes to the male in the family and it’s an acceptable norm. Of course I’m talking on the basis of the knowledge that I have, having been born of parentage of Indian descent, I have limited knowledge of how this is handled in families from other races, so any offense isn’t intended, my apologies. I need not add more to what both of you have written but the enormity of this issue is so heartbreaking that I’m at a loss for words. Sonakshi…true, if parents were to kill off their female offsprings, this world will have no wombs to perpetuate the human race and if the whole world were to do such acts of infanticide, where will humanity reach in the future?? I’m someone’s daughter and I try my best to do for my mother who’s trying to get by ,one day at a time, my father having died 20+ yrs ago. My two brothers don’t help my mother in any way but it’s my sister and I who do the duties of her sons. So if my mother didn’t have us, who would have taken care of her at this point in her life…. I try to lead by example, I have a daughter too and what I do, maybe she’ll think like me and be here for me one day…. Sorry for talking unnecessarily but I just wanted to add my little piece…the comments were informative….

  4. Friends… won’t it be interesting if this story were to turn out like the movie…Mein Prem ki Dewanee Hoon…?? Switched identities…..but….na, just wishful thinking…but it would have been intriguing though… LOL

    1. Hmm..I didn’t watch that movie so I don’t know about its story.

  5. Good comment Sonakshi, the hypocrites we are,we preach what we don’t practice.Respect to women ,save the girl child and equal status are only for those who follow them,those who don’t follow go scot free.As you said female infanticide is the biggest bane of our society ,though North India tops in this abominable practice, Tamilnadu is no way better,can you imagine a mother throwing away her new born baby girl,like a piece of rag,or smothering to death.Still south India is much better ;though we don’t give equal property rights to married daughters,( now daughters are legally entitled to equal property rights ,but how many parents are following is the question) atleast they are treated better till marriage,after marriage Ofcourse ,we are just guests.That way Sonakshi don’t you think we were lucky in having educated parents whose mindset was different and got us educated? we are two sisters and two brothers ,my father who was a doctor wanted both his daughters to be well educated, confident and self reliant,as I told you earlier I was sent to Andhra university to do law and my sister did her medicine in Guntur Medical college.Ofcourse both my brothers are engineers but we sisters are in way lagging behind,my sister is the principal of Gandhi medical College ,Hyderabad and I am practicing law in Bangalore,all thanks to my father.Ofcourse we were n’t given any property rights but no complaints ,we love our parents,they gave us education which is more important than any property.
    Sonaksh,though I stayed in North India for many years ,this is the first time I am hearing of such a cruel and insensitive practice of drowning the new born in a vessel of milk,….unimaginable and this astonishing practice of all the brothers sharing one wife…..I have heard of it but thought that it is practiced only in tribal villages of forests.Never knew that civilised families practice it,I think you are n’t watching Jeet Gayi to piya morre that comes at 7pm on Zee.Here I was surprised to see a widowed sister in law eyeing her devar and another sister in law who is pregnant and widowed recently gets advised by her mother in law to marry her brother in law.In South, a sister in law is respected as a mother by her husband’s younger brothers and as a sister by his elder brothers,but I don’t think in the complete north ,this is followed, it is limited to a few states only like Rajasthan.Yesterday we were discussing about this only on that forum.As you said the reason for this rather strange practice is not any custom but the imbalance between male and female s*x ratio,still parents want only sons.
    You are absolutely right that daughters are more affectionate and remember their parents always.Though the situation hae vastly improved in recent years,and parents are proud of their daughters,it is limited to only 25%families that too in cities where girls are given not only quality education but freedom to choose what they want in life.We know that there is no soft ware industry without girls, they are too good :now a days we are seeing them as fighter pilots also.Have you seen the all women Peace keeping force recently sent to Congo,first defence used to be male bastion but not now.inspite of all this,lots still to be done in our society before we say that we don’t discriminate between sons and daughters.

  6. Yes cathy both males and females are equally important.

  7. Naz you are a good daughter and mother.It is sad to say that in some areas daughters are not given equal rights on property as sons.If they ask about their rights ,they are considered as greedy and selfish.

    1. …and I forgot to mention that my sister and I didn’t inherit anything of material from our parents save our education and while both my daughter and sister contributes financially towards my mother, I’m the one who takes her to the doctor, run her errands, sit with her and do countless other things. I’m not complaining , I’d do anything within my power to help a friend or anyone because that’s how my conscience works and being the eldest of four siblings, the duties fall upon me to attend to her house and chores and yet my brothers would say that I think I’m the bossy one and that I want her property. So you see, it’s the mentality of our Indian mindset…but it’s up to us all to end it…. I also am mad at some of these serials which show abuse in it’s varied forms but while it’s abhorrent to showcase it as entertainment, it’s good in a way, to highlight this shameful practice of belittling the females of the world..and mind you, I do feel offended when I see this on tv, it just feels personal and avoidable…I wish we can get better from the writers of these serials… In this serial, I love Meera’s spunky attitude, women do have a mind of their own and must be allowed to express it in her own fashion, not only must men’s attitude be tolerated because we’ve been taught so….

      1. It is sad to hear that Naz.Our society is dominated by males ,they are given all their rights but still they don’t fulfill their responsibilities. My grandmother has 8 kids.Her first child who was a girl died at a young age .Her second child was born when she had thyroid and he grew up at my relatives place who refused to return him because they had no kids at that time and he now lives with them.Her 3rd and 4th child were twins (boys).5th girl ,6th boy,7th girl ,8th girl(my mother). She educated her children in government school .Her 3rd and 4th child took over business.Her 7th child was not interested in studies but her 6th child was excellent in it.My mother too passed 10 with flying colours while her brother failed.But my grandmother didn’t educate my mother further but educated my mother’s brother and elder sister .But my mother’s brother (6th child) took my grandmother’s and grandfather’s signature on property papers without informing them .They didn’t know it because they were uneducated.He took the whole property and made my grandparents away from their house.He didn’t take care of her in her old age . Her sons left her because they were angry that they didn’t get their share of property.Now her daughters take care of her .My mother lives in Chattisgarh (because my father has job here ) and she can’t go to Andra Pradesh often so she helps my grandmother financially .None of her sons help her after my grandfather died.Only her daughters take care of her.

      2. It is sad to hear that Naz.Our society is dominated by males ,they are given all their rights but still they don’t fulfill their responsibilities. My grandmother has 8 kids.Her first child who was a girl died at a young age .Her second child was born when she had thyroid and he grew up at my relatives place who refused to return him because they had no kids at that time and he now lives with them.Her 3rd and 4th child were twins (boys).5th girl ,6th boy,7th girl ,8th girl(my mother). She educated her children in government school .Her 3rd and 4th child took over business.Her 7th child was not interested in studies but her 6th child was excellent in it.My mother too passed 10 with flying colours while her brother failed.But my grandmother didn’t educate my mother further but educated my mother’s brother and elder sister .But my mother’s brother (6th child) took my grandmother’s and grandfather’s signature on property papers without informing them .They didn’t know it because they were uneducated.He took the whole property and made my grandparents away from their house.He didn’t take care of her in her old age . Her sons left her because they were angry that they didn’t get their share of property.Now her daughters take care of her .My mother lives in Chattisgarh (because my father has job here ) and she can’t go to Andra Pradesh often so she helps my grandmother financially .None of her sons help her after my grandfather died.Only her daughters take care of her.
        Sorry for uneccesary details.

  8. Yes Lakshmi, south India is much better in this case.Especially Kerala where the number of girls educated are more than boys and the s*x ratio is also greater of them.
    Of course i think we are lucky to have educated parents whose mindset is different and who got us educated and what you said is absolutely true education is more important than property.
    Yes it is sad that the mother herself doesn’t want to have a girl child.
    Even Divyanka Tripathi (the female lead of teh hai Mohabbatein) once said to our prime minister that she is afraid of have a girl child because somewhere or the other in the country girls are raped every day .

  9. No Lakshmi,I don’t watch jgtpm on Zee because I don’t like shows in which the daughter-in-law suffers humiliation and torture from her in-laws.No offence ,it is just my personal opinion.And yes as you said Lakshmi, in South, a sister in law is respected as a mother by her husband’s younger brothers and as a sister by his elder brothers.
    I am also shocked to see what some of our daily soaps show us.In Dil Sambhal ja Jara it was shown that after the death of her father a(Ahana) girl (female lead) falls in love with her father’s best friend (Anant)who is of her father’s age .I thought atleast Anant whould treat Ahana as his daughter as his daughter is of same age as of ahana .But I was shocked to know he desired of marrying her.By the time Ahana would become a mother of marriagable age children ,Anant could probably die .And also in show like Aap ke aaja Jane se where a 24 year old boy wants to marry a 42 year old woman.In pehredaar Piya ki romance was shown between a 9 year old boy and a 18 year old girl .
    Again no offence to the fans of these serials .
    No Lakshmi, I didn’t see the news about women peace keeping force but it is a good news.
    And yes in cities girls are educated and given choice to decide their future .I think more awareness about this needs to be spread in rural areas.

  10. It is so sad and heartbreaking that in today’ s society women are being treated this way..not just in india but around the world …we are the stronger s*x..women have careers take care of their families sick or healthy..women bring life into this world so we should be respected and honored. If god didnt like women why did he create us right..
    I have to say that god have blessed me with a great father…he has never showed any favoritism among his children..i have 2 older sisters an 1 older brother and we have all been encouraged by our father our whole life to have a good education and to be independent…we were all given equal inheritance…my brother, love him so much, loves all his sisters….he does anything for us..so being brought up in a family like mine is saddens me when i read everyone’s comments…women around the world we have to take a stand together an stop this abuse against women…

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