It’s Sania’s life! Lets let her be.


At first, I thought that the whole media hype over Sania’s marriage announcement with Shoab Malik was just another of Indian media’s lame ‘sansani’ stuff. But, what really puzzles me is why is everyone else getting outraged over it? Just Check out the twitter buzz around Sania’s and you’ll understand the level of madness around the issue.

I feel that it’s her personal life and her personal choice. We cant really say anything on it.

But if I said that I dont really care about the issue at all. I would be wrong. I feel sad, in fact in some place insulted too. It feels as if Indian men just aren’t good enough.

When I look deeper I realize that the feelings are also coz she is marrying a Pakistani. I mean who in the whole world would want to marry a Pakistani! A nation where every street is littered with AK-47 and Bombs. Why would anyone want to leave India and go live in Pakistan where your lifestyle choices are decided not by you but by what the maulvi says.

Had she married an American or someone from any other country, I don’t think it would have really mattered. Now, that leaves us with a lot of questions about our relationship with Pakistan.

People on both sides always talk about how it is important to have peace. But deep down in our hearts, there runs this fierce spirit of competitiveness which I feel is responsible for the huge outrage over Sania’s choice.

But, Nothing matters except that in the end its her choice. If you don’t like her decision, stop being her fan. There is nothing else that you can and should do.

At the same time, I don’t really think that this whole mess is her fault. Its just that the India-Pak sentiments are such that you can never really know in which direction they will take. And for poor Sania, they took the wrong direction.

What do you think? Isn’t it just about the Pakistani factor?

  • http://thegreatthree.blogspot.com/ Aswin

    I think wat she’s doing is right… Truly following “All indians are brothers and sisters”

    • http://www.adityakumarnayak.com Aditya Kumar Nayak

      😀

  • Aswin

    I think wat she's doing is right… Truly following "All indians are brothers and sisters"

  • Aditya Kumar Nayak

    😀

  • dibyabttb

    I don’t think that the media over reacted. This news was not just India-Pak story, in fact that part of the story was least publicised. The Ayesha Siddique part made it look like bigger. It has always been big news in india, when a celebrity’s truth comes to light. I don’t understand how can we expect ppl 2 not talk abt such a dramatic wedding.

  • Dibyasundar Nayak

    I don't think that the media over reacted. This news was not just India-Pak story, in fact that part of the story was least publicised. The Ayesha Siddique part made it look like bigger. It has always been big news in india, when a celebrity's truth comes to light. I don't understand how can we expect ppl 2 not talk abt such a dramatic wedding.

  • Thendral Senthilkumar

    Adi… You said it is religion that created hatred among people…. I agree…  but, now how can u see Pakistan in a negative light… It was Politicians & Religion that made Pakistan and Indians hate Pakistanis…. We are brotherly people if we minus religion…….. So I am not ashamed that Sania married a Pakistani, in fact I am proud that it is a small step for our people to realize that every Human is equal….. (I do not support or encourage terrorism anywhere in the world may it be Islamic, Saffron or Jewish….. and supporting Pakistan doesn’t mean being unpatriotic towards my Dear India)

    • http://www.adityakumarnayak.com Aditya Kumar Nayak

      I agree that supporting Pakistan doesn’t mean that you are unpatriotic. 

      But at the same time, the people of Pakistan are also to be blamed for the mess their nation is. A place where terrorists are martyr and women don’t have rights. 

  • http://www.adityakumarnayak.com Aditya Kumar Nayak

    😀 Well primarily coz there are better things to worry about :)