Happy Hour: Celebrating Friendships With ZEE TV's Yaaron Ki Baraat

Heena Dhedhi
Heena Dhedhi
from Mumbai
5 years ago
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For the first time on Indian television, ZEE TV brings you a fun-filled chat show Vivo Smartphone presents Yaaron Ki Baraat co-powered by Amazon.in and Brooke Bond Red Label that will put celebrity friendships to test through a series of fun challenges and tasks. Tune in to ZEE TV at 8 PM on 8th October. 

 

 

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Of course. You don't need anything from me. That's quite alright.

Karthik Murali H
from Chennai
5 years ago

HI Sorcerer, I wish he can be as polite as others who have voiced their opinions in a civil way, but his attitude is overclouding his judgments..

You whined about the results. Now you're whining about my criticism of your position on the matter of grammar. Is there anything else you'd like to whine about? 

 

 

Amit Pattnaik
Amit Pattnaik
from New Delhi
5 years ago

I have a gut feeling that TS is going to lock this thread before too long Tongue out 

Anunoy Samanta
Anunoy Samanta
from Bardhaman
5 years ago

The moment I saw "50 vouchers" I knew it would be sheer waste of time if I wrote... Hell yea I was so right! [Hahahahohoho]

One more thing, keeping an eligibility clause (IR>= 70) was as justified as keeping only a small number of vouchers. I find the whole thing sane and pleasing.

Karthik Murali H
Karthik Murali H
from Chennai
5 years ago

@slwword : I repeat . keep ur attitude with u ..  try to respect ppl in the forum and maintain civility.

I'm being most polite because  I respect the forum's decorum and hence refraining from saying anything.

I have not used any bad language. I have asked questions or made statements that define my position. Just like you did. 

 

I think I've been civil. 

Karthik Murali H
from Chennai
5 years ago

You were anything but civil and mocked me.. . I expressed my views to the moderation team .

You mocked about pitying me, said I was whining among other things. I never said anything personal about anyone. But what you said was a personal thing which i strongly object

Grammar is the system of a language. People sometimes describe grammar as the "rules" of a language; but in fact no language has rules*. If we use the word "rules", we suggest that somebody created the rules first and then spoke the language, like a new game. But languages did not start like that. .... https://www.englishclub.com/grammar/what.htm

You're absolutely correct. No one should be forcing you to use any rules. It's a free world! Bake a cake. Make a lake. Fake a rake. Burn all rules!

HR
HR
from Bangalore
5 years ago

Gramma’rain’… in fact all of you shall ‘thank God’, do you know why? God didn’t let me study in English medium till HSC, or else you know na….sabb literature ko bag me pack karke phenk diya hota ab tak Cool.

 

I'm very sorry, but I did not understand your point. I appreciate your situation that didn't allow you to study English until HSC.

I certainly do NOT, under any cicumstances, feel that knowing how to speak, read or write English makes any one superior to any one else. I completely and utterly reject that premise. There are mountains of literature that have come to us from Spain, France, Russia, Italy, India ( many different languages. I still hold Premchand and Jaishankar Prasad in very high regard ), and from many other countries around the world. English is just a language, like any other language. Being proficient in a language does not mean you are smarter, more intelligent or otherwise superior or evolved than someone else.

I would NEVER consider throwing away any art - in any language, in any form. 

HR
from Bangalore
5 years ago

You will understand but it may take time Laughing.

I would be happy if each one's mother tongue's grammar taking care at least 5%

Snazzyawi
Snazzyawi
from Mumbai
5 years ago

Jaane de bhai....Y so serious !! Chil pill maro...

The Sorcerer
The Sorcerer
from Mumbai
5 years ago

Grammar divides people. makes friends into enemies, a reason behind divorces and separation, a reason behind two business partners splitting up, a reason behind a failing business (this is true- why would you eat in a restaurant which says "cheese girled sandwich"?), a reason behind sibling squabbles... and now, a reason for not winning a thingy!!! :(




arey, karthik and sloword. lets leave it no? just shake on it and let go. If someone has a feedback directed to indiblogger, there's nothing wrong. Even I say somethings which apparently people say its too childish(?). 

HR
from Bangalore
5 years ago

Ahhh...Grammar divides people? I thought Saas vs Bahu or Politics only divides people...when did Grammar and Sandwich came in between for this?

(BTW, it means I had pulled this old threads before and now Tongue out)

Karthik Murali H
Karthik Murali H
from Chennai
5 years ago

@Sorcerer i left the conversation long back :P

l personally appreciate your attitude of taking things lightly.

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