June 26, 2013 11:52:50 AM IST updated June 26, 2013 04:30:49 PM IST By Enkayaar, Glamsham Editorial
The humungous success that YEH JAWAANI HAI DEEWANI has become and catapulted Ranbir Kapoor into the A-category along with the troika of Khans. If analyzed, would throw up some interesting lessons for the fans of cinema. One could argue that it has been three weeks since the film has released and that it can be a tad late to do the same. But such kind of analyses need not be bound bythe timeline as its relevance transcends such references.
Marriage is a reality in the Indian social milieu which cannot be wished away: A Ranbir Kapoor plays the vagabond, and even a Kalki Koechlin finally after leading a bohemian lifestyle agrees to the fact that has to find moorings otherwise sense of drift continues to be an irritant in life. Ranbir Kapoor's sense of drift makes him restless and he comes back to ebb the drift.
When one is visiting a place of tourist interest one needs to respect the locals: It has indeed become a template that when youth brigade from the metropolitan cities tend to visit the popular tourist spots in the country, they need to respect the locals otherwise they can end up wrongly. While in YJHD the lead pair gets away with it, it does not happen in real life like that at all.
All study and no play makes Jill a dull girl: Many a latent talents do not get to enjoy life as they are burdened by the aspirations and expectations of the parents, and the maxim holds more truer for a girl, as she is throughout badgered about the fact that she has to go to a different house. Character of Deepika Padukone is also molded along those lines, but indeed she sticks her neck out and tells the world what Ghalib had said more than 5 centuries ago लाजिम है कि दिल के पास रहे अक्ल लेकिन ऐ जालिम कभी उसे तन्हा भी छोड़ दे i.e. it is alright to use brain most of the times, but one needs to drop the hair and enjoy the life in all its multifarious hues.
Don't ignore your parents in trying to find your career: For most of us who are trying to find a career for ourselves in the cut throat world, as it was with the character of Ranbir Kapoor we tend to take our parents for granted forgetting the fact that we may not know they may be gone before we realize their absence and then we have to be in state of guilt throughout our lives. The success without the parents being there to appreciate it, indeed is a half-met success.
When entering into physical relationships do not do it without protection: Now that the country has started talking about the fact that indeed entering into physical relationships has now become an accepted fact in a very subtle manner through the character of Aditya Roy Kapoor YJHD has underlined the fact that even when the occasion presents itself to make physical relationship one should not succumb to the occasion without factoring in proper protecting, which was being searched for frantically by Aditya Roy Kapoor's character, and he did not do it without it.