Thursday, April 1, 2010

Did you hear about Sania Mirza?

Oh, I am sure that you have all heard about her. That the uninitiated know, that Ms. Sania Mirza is one of the most talked about and celebrated Tennis Player of our times. And, unlike the likes of Bhupati and Peas, she is normally stuck in some controversy or the other.
I mean, poor girl can't put up her feet, sit back and relax... She can't wear her tennis clothes and play tennis in peace without getting some or other fatwa issued again her...
and now, when she is planning to get married, poor girl and her family are again being questioned, both by the media and the people.
The reason?
Simple, Sania Mirza broke her engagement with some random guy and instead is getting married to the pakistani cricketer Shohaib Malik.
Hmmmm, so, this little hate open letter popped somewhere on my facebook page, and made me wonder, that, How the hell could we be such asses. Yes, we have our own opinions, we have the right to form them, judge people on the basis of them...
But, do we really have to start hating or loving a person because of her choice of her beau? Why? Just because he is a Pakistani. Yes, we have our own biases, but does that mean, we stop liking a person because she has other friends and relatives in her life.
Can you really stop a person from falling in love?
And, can we all please be happy for someone who has gotten us accolades, and it is not that she is not gonna stop playing for her country.

Her decisions on who to get married and who to fall in love are, purely personal. They happen to well, just reflect, one cute little cheesy thought- that Love knows no boundaries... 


People lets grow up.. and start to actually have opinions where they matter...

5 comments:

Chanz said...

truly, love knows no boundaries... and I dont think she is doing anything worng... but since we as human beings are quite judgemental, there will be problems in future..

Sorcerer said...

*sigh

suruchi said...

Hi sakshi...
In one word...
“Wow”
Never knew one could make sense even like that!

Sakshi said...

@Chanz
I know we all are humans and judgmental but then, when it comes to us, our ownselves, what do we do? We also say the same thing na, that it is my life, and can you please be happy for me... I am just trying to say that here.

@Sorcy
Awwww, its ok...

@Suruchi
You are kind. Like totally. Thanks.

Shalini said...

Hehe...in one of your posts named "Advice for free..", all I can say is...this is India ji..people HAVE to poke in other people's lives irrespective of the fact that if it matters even a cent in their lives. I dunno...its almost like they cannot digest their supper without it!