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Fan Speak: Jane’s Journey with Geet GHSP !

There is a girl called Jane
Chaos and Mayhem is her Game ;))
One fine day she saw Geet
Hooked totally she was, it was so Neat ;))
Then Maan came on the scene
All Jane’s senses were a has been ;))
His ada, his arrogance, his eyes
We were all totally fida, our eyes wide as pies ;))
Geet’s journey was totally riveting
We loved the way Maan and her kept meeting
Maahiii…Maahii haunted us day and Night
Raju Singh we thank you for that lovely Delight ;))
Jane knew the Devil was evil from the start
Abhisekh, Samir how well did you play your part!
Then one day Jane stumbled upon Geet’s FB Page
OMG what fun and that became her place ;))
She met so many girls all so Crazy
Oh! those days full of Naasha, now so hazy ;))
We ran up and down the wall
on the discussion board we had a ball
Kurban hua made us all faint with pleasure
We still watch that dance at our leisure ;))
Jane started with her poems one day
Spared no one, as Notty thoughts came out to play ;))
There were poems about Maan and Geet
Lots of poems about their Love and their Preet
Poems about the Devil and his Naintara the Evil Queen
Poems about Brij that many have seen
Many poems about Maan’s eyes so Naashili
All us drunk girls, Sab ne usse Pee lee
His pecs steamed up our specs
On his tight butt there were many checks ;))
We loved with Geet and with her we fought her battles
Every time Devil came on, he shook our rattles
We loved Daadiji and Nakul
They were both so awesomely Kwell 😉
Daadi’s Hoo Haa! had us all in stitches
The Hoo Haa Club was formed, my life it still enriches ;))
One day Jane was challenged to write a hot love story
Maaneet in many guises, she wrote them in all their glory
Jane coined Yummylicious and Maanilicious
The words caught on and everyone started adding-licious ;))
Tum meri Maangetar banogi! Played such a part
Noel, GC, DD, Nissar for that scene alone I gave you my heart 
Brijveerji made us all shiver
He tried to steam and shock Geet, made her quiver
But as ever Maan saved her, Our Hero
Uske aage sub hai Zero! ;))
Then came Arjun and Annie what a surprise!
We expected Vikky but we got a high rise ;))
Villains and thrills, Gundas and dandas
We have seen them all, so many fundas
Hrishikeshji ne angle angle se cover kiya
So many close up’s, Jane’s special thank you aapko Diya ;))
Body doubles, Everyone in Team Geet,
Jane says thank you I hope one day we meet
Barryji’s Naashile shabd, so addictive
Nissar’s woh Chandani raate, full Moon’s so seductive
Noel , Vincent, Barryji, Nissar, Mrinal and Swati
To Geet and us they were Diya aur Vaati
Maan’s dark chocolate gaze, such sensuous intensity
Geet’s lush pink lips and hyperventilating propensity ;))
Jane’s journey with Geet is almost over
But I have so many fantastic friends now, from Delhi to Dover
I know this time has been special for us all
We have had great fun, a real rocking ball ;))
Thanks to Gorky, Gul and Nissar for Geet
To Dhrasti and Gurmeet you truly made Maaneet Complete 
I hope you enjoyed my stories and poems
All my coming and goings?
The Tears, Jane is shedding now are abundant,
Damn! she has now been made Redundant!! ;))
The End 
Thank you to The Hoo Haa club (u Know who u are) I am forever in your Debt for encouraging me to write.
A Special thank you from me to everyone who read my poems and Fan Fiction.
I Have had so much fun writing them for you all, there are more to come too ;))
Thank you To Rang Munch for asking me and allowing me to say my farewell to Geet.
(Sobs Inconsolably) Niha, Navya,Niti, Swati and Neeru Thank you.
I wish everyone Great Success in all their future Endeavours. I am sure we will meet here there and everywhere!
Jane 
 

Fan Speak: Thank you for the memories and the gifts you gave us – Fida Khurana!

In the midst of revision, struggling with a piece of work I didn’t think I would ever be able to complete, I was struggling to find inspiration when one day, whilst procrastinating, I chanced upon a clip of a TV show on YouTube.  Geet Hui Sab se Parai.


The scene that caught my attention- “Chup”, said by a handsome man as he saved a pretty girl from drowning.

It was late May 2010, and the beginning of one of the best periods of my life.  I was hooked- first I eagerly devoured all the clips on YouTube and then found the official Facebook page.  At that time, there were about 300 members; I was mostly a lurker until one day, things changed.  Something happened, I can’t even remember what, and I was compelled to write, to interact and to state my opinions.  And somehow, despite the amount of time I spent away from my books, finding Geet helped me not only finish my actual work, it also inspired me to pass the toughest exams I could imagine- how, Allah only knows!!

God, what memories!  Where can I start, I don’t even know.  How can I convey what this show has meant to me?  It has given me so much- new friends, new sisters, new interests, the list goes on and on.  GHSP opened a door to my soul and forced me to write.  The characters were so compelling that they forced me to write for them, and I’ve never been so grateful for anything as I am for that.



If I cast my mind back I can remember the urgency, the absolute compulsion to watch, to catch the live-updates on the FB page, to find links to the YouTube uploads as soon as possible so that we could all watch immediately, to comment, to defend the show at times and to condemn at others.  I remember the devastation I felt when Maaneet separated at the end of October 2010; I think in some ways that was the moment which cemented some deep friendships as I found that there were other intelligent, articulate women who felt the same way.

Geet is a show that attracted a diverse and eclectic group of women; women who had never been hooked on a show before, women who didn’t watch Indian serials, women with busy lives and busy minds who found something they connected with in the story of a small-town girl cruelly treated by life.  I’ll never be sure what it was that hooked me- was it the character of Geet, Maan’s eyes, or was it simply a need to believe in the soul-deep connection between Maan and Geet.

Whatever it was, it was perfect for a long time- the first 8 months of the show a halcyon period of perfection that hold up to close scrutiny even now, long after the obsession has faded to gentle affection.
I have many scenes which I adore, which I can rewatch and rewind repeatedly.  But the scene which will remain forever in my mind as the defining moment of GHSP was the scene affectionately known as “Khoon Bhari Maang”.

The moment when Maan Singh Khurana declared to the world that Geet was HIS; his wife, his love, his ardhangini.  It didn’t matter who’s child she was carrying, it didn’t matter what her past was—it was all his.  Could there have been anything more wonderful than that? 

I will miss GHSP, more than I had realised.  But I know it will live in my memories for a long time, if not forever.  The friends I have now, the bonds forged in the unexpected arena of an FB page, the relationships I have now- they will be with me forever.


Thank you Nissar Bhai, Gul, Gorky, Barry-sahab, Gurmeet, Dhrashti, Praneet—thank you from the bottom of my heart.  You may never fully understand what your show meant to us, but it was and is truly life changing.  Thank you. 



Fida Khurana

 

Fan Speak: Still and will be addicted to GHSP – Alima Kanumilli !


MAAN SINGH KHURANA stormed in like a tornado, fought tooth and nail to stay away from love and lost the battle!
GEET HANDA breezed in like a breath of fresh air, turned everything topsy turvy in Dusht Danav’s  life and lost the battle!
Together, they won the war and stole hundreds of hearts. Together they also created a tsunami of emotions, a battlefield of different opinions, and a blood bath of various groups (literally)!!!! Together, they created a fanatic section of an audience, who lived in the fantasy world of Maan and Geet, 24/7, leaving reality behind. They breathed Gurmeet Choudary and Drashti Dhami, to an unrealistic level of fanaticism!! They put Mahatma Gandhi’s “Satyagraha March” to shame!!
If they created a blood bath of groups and fanatics, they also were responsible for keeping faith in fairy tales and happy endings. I was a personal witness to one such fairy tale and it cemented my feelings of faith, hope and love, even more so now than before. I was exposed to some amazing writers and their fan fictions, impressive, satirical and humorous poets to the core…. what poetic justice to a show that has deprived viewers of their sanity!
The show was a piece of art! Each stroke of a brush was a pleasure to watch, each stroke of a brush was bliss, each stroke of a brush created indescribable feelings in the viewers, and each stroke of the brush was nurturing to the point of being poignant. There never was a bad stroke or a good stroke, it was molded to the best of the circumstances and every stroke created a ripple of shiver and a wave of emotions. Every member on the team should be proud of being a part of this masterpiece. I AM! I am proud to say that I was a part of this masterpiece – a magic created by these individuals with a creative vision, a magic that cannot be replicated, a magic that cannot be repeated, a magic that had opened doors of my mind to so many master strokes of the human psyche. An original once born, will always stay a masterpiece in its own right.
My sincere and heartfelt gratitude to the creators of “Geet Hui Sabse Parayi” from Nissar Parvez to Barry Dillon, to Mahesh Pandey to Sundeep Sharma, to Swati Pandey….and all the front runners who have toiled (at various stages), to make this show a success and a goal they have achieved beyond their wildest dreams!. My deepest and sincere appreciation to all those super troopers in the form of light boys, spot boys, technicians, costume designers, make up artists and any other department that I had missed; without these soldiers in the trenches, the show would not have happened, and today, I want to give my very special thanks for their hard work, day in and day out. These soldiers deserve more than just a kind word, for the amount of hard work they put forth, to make things happen on the sets every day. No matter how much I praise these troopers, I still would fall short of appreciating the hard work and hours they slog, just to execute a two minute scene, to make us say WOW!!!!!
I come away with very, very fond memories….from the “Kurbaan Hua” song to the ‘Pee Loo” song, to the “Darga” episode to the “Mera Mangetar Banogi” episode…..these are but just a few of the many scenes that would be etched into my memory and would always remind me of those intense feelings that these two artists have evoked…they literally poured their soul into the characters and brought them alive. I still get goose bumps thinking of certain scenes, remember those trendsetting dialogues. I come away with the happiness and satisfaction of making some amazing and beautiful friends who have become very dear to me and who I know would be with me forever. I come away with so many sweet memories of meeting some of these very friends that I came into contact through the show and I fondly remember the intense, funny, and almost fanatical discussions I shared with some of these very friends on the GHSP forum and various other discussion boards.

To me “Geet Hui Sabse Parayi” would always be like those tens and thousands of golden daffodils, when in a pensive mood, that flash in my mind, and fill me with bliss and my heart sings with pleasure;  each daffodil to me , represents an emotion, a gesture, a thought, a feeling and a character! And on this note, I would like to share a few of those lines from my favorite poem “Daffodils” by William Wordsworth…
“When all at once I saw a crowd,

A host, of golden daffodils; Ten thousand saw I at a glance, Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. I gazed—and gazed—but little thought What wealth the show to me had brought: For oft, when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye Which is the bliss of solitude; And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils.”

My warm wishes and heartfelt blessings, to every member of the team in their future endeavors.  May all your wishes come true and have a rocking New Year filled with success and happiness!
Still and will be addicted to GHSP!
Alima Kanumilli (Livletliv)
 

Barry Tussi Great Ho…Tohfa Kabool Karo!!! Part 1

“Kitne aadmi the” ….Whenever you hear this line what is the first thing that comes to your mind? I have always associated the character Gabbar Singh with this line. SHOLAY and each of its characters would not have gone down in the History of Indian Cinema as the most successful film of all times without those impactful dialogues.

I had also viewed silent movies like “Pushpak” which was brilliantly made. But there were instances when as a viewer; I wished there were some conversations that were exchanged between the lead pair. It was then that I realized the role of a “Dialogue Writer.”
We all love Geet Hui Sabse Parayi for various reasons, such as the concept of the story, the execution, the character sketches, the background score, and above all, the chemistry shared by the on-screen lead pair, Gurmeet Chowdhary and Drashti Dhami as Maan and Geet.
However, the Love Saga of Maan and Geet would be incomplete without the mention of Barry Dhillon – a name that has been associated with the show right from its inception to date. Barry’s dialogues act as a catalyst for us to fall even more in love with the characters, giving their relationship a new depth unseen so far across shows in various channels. The dialogues breathe life into each character of Geet and make them look real and relatable to every girl, every woman watching the show. We laugh, cry, dream, hope, and LIVE every moment with “Maaneet” as he gives words to their thoughts. 

Episode 12: Maan ‘s first words to Geet 

Chup…Bilkul Chup!!”  These three words said it all and the character of Maan Singh Khurana became a Phenomenon over night and took the nation by a storm. Maan, a man of few words, not only swept Geet off her feet, but also took millions of Girls/Women across the world along with the wave. The title of a “Knight in Shining Armour” seemed just apt for him.

Episode 28: Geet’s self talk


“Itna Galat. Itni galtiyo se meri zindagi kaise ghir gayi. Isliye kyunki mein shayad humesha logo ki sunti rahi. Par ab nahi. Ab mein wohi karungi jo mujhe sahi lagta hai. Pechli har galti ko mein apni zindagi se nikaal kar rahoongi.” 

These lines established Geet Handa as an epitome of strength and courage. Her ‘never to say die’ attitude inspired millions of Women in the real world to stand up for themselves.

Episode 32: Inke nafrat mein bhi kitni kaashish thi. Oh!!! How much we loved this high voltage scene between Maan and Geet.


Maan: “Tumhare Bhai ko pata hai tum is waqt kaha ho aur kya kar rahi ho. Usi ne bheja hoga… kyunki woh toh mujhe shaadi ke liye mana nahi saka, toh tumhe bhej diya, taki tum ek raat bitake shaadi ke saude ke liye mujhe mana sako.”

Geet: “Aap bilkul sahi keh rahe the, kamzor par haath uthana galat hai. Aap mein bhale hi taqat mujhse zyada hogi par dimaag mujhse kamzor aur aapki soch ussey bhi choti.”



Barry Dhillon is the Man, who has been associated with the show from inception and has carved a niche for himself. His dialogues create those heartwarming and mesmerizing Maaneet moments, which we will cherish for life.

While the Screenplay gives LIFE to a Show, the Dialogues become its SOUL.
Rangmunch.TV would like to bring to you the Best Dialogues from Geet Hui Sabse Parayi, as a token of appreciation for our very dear Barry Paaji.
So get ready to re-live the ‘Best of the Best’ moments of Geet with Rangmunch.TV.
Swati Ghosh
Rangmunch.TV