Did These Dialogues Resonate With You?
1. Tum log maa key liyay kuch kernay sey pehlay log aur maashray ko dekhtay ho. Sirf is liyay nahin ker suktay kay maa yeh chahtee hai …
Mehru mirrors the voice of many women, who struggle to keep their children happy, but who might not get the same regard from their children when they need to fulfill certain wants or wishes.
2, Shadee kerna koi gunah nahin hai
Our society is still comfortable with the idea of a spinster remarrying but a widow or divorcee is not really looked upon as having the right to seek happiness or companionship in a second marriage. Dobara is pushing the envelope here and Mehru’s character is challenging us to think beyond the parameters we have set for ourselves.
3. Her baar maan ko kiyon bachay ki narazgi ki fiker kernee chahiyay. Kabhi bachay bhi maan ki narazgi ki fiker ker lain…
Have we come to a point where we are always busy keeping our children happy, fearing that they will be uncomfortable, unsettled, unhappy, but in exchange, children are often not too concerned about keeping parents happy?
4. Maan bhi to aurat hotee hai, kiya woh maan bun ker insaan nahin rehtee
The age old debate – woman, wife, or mother. Where and when do they lose their identity?
5. Mein apna faisla suna rehee hoon, na mushwara maang rehee hoon na ijazat…
A single mother is often not able to make herself heard where society, and even families do not consider her word as final. Mehru is the voice of so many women who might be in this situation, knowingly or unknowingly, in their lives.
Which Dobara dialogue resonated most with you? Let us know!
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