World Television Day: 7 Qualities That You Can Learn From Your Favourite Telly Character

Sneha Bale

November 20, 2019


1 min

1. Dedication from Mrudula

We watch our favourites shows every day without giving it a miss. Some characters make us laugh, while we look at others in awe and admiration. But have you ever wondered what makes them so likeable? It may be their overall demeanour or personality traits. However, there is so much to learn from them. So, today, we picked our favourite characters and the one lesson that they teach us.

Our first pick is Mrudula from Ninne Pelladatha. Amongst the many other things, Mrudula is highly dedicated. From doing whatever it takes to keep her family happy to spending the night awake to deliver her professional commitments – she does it all. That’s the one thing we’d like to take away from her.

2. Instinct from Manga

Instinct plays an important role in making good decisions. Many a time, your calculation could fail and instinct could prove to be wiser. One of the best examples of success by instinct has to be Manga‘s graph and journey, from Kalyana Vaibhogam. All her decisions are based on what feels right rather than what could be the obvious choice. That’s the reason, she wins over Nithya and her plans time and time again.

3. Politeness from Vasundhara

Maate Mantramu‘s Vasundhara never gets angry. Never. She is also calm, composed and polite. Even if throw endless fits and tantrums at her, she will find a way to speak to you most politely. Now, that’s a quality we wish everyone derives from her.

4. Expressing emotions from Madhu

Most youngsters today have difficulty talking about their emotions. In such a time, Madhu from Ninne Pelladatha, comes as a breath of fresh air. Because no matter how bad or good the emotion is, he expresses it all with the same sincerity. Imagine the number of problems that would go away if we just expressed what’s on our mind.

5. Persistence from Gaurav

Yet another boy from Ninne Pelladatha on our list is Gaurav! Some may find her annoying or clingy, but all that he really is persistent to get what he wants. This almost-childlike quality of Gaurav sets him apart from the crowd. When most people give up, he goes on and on.

6. Oberservation skills from Swaroopa

In Kalyana Vaibhogam, Nithya’s best nemesis is her mother, Swaroopa. Sometimes on time, sometimes a little late, but Swaroopa always finds out the solution because of her strong observational skills. From every single word to every single smile, she dissects it to get to the root of the problem.

7. Will from Akhilandeswari

Last and definitely not least! Akhilandeswari, from the long-running show Muddha Mandaram, is a woman we look up to. She is strong-headed, powerful, understanding, caring, loving and whatnot. But when you’re in power, you tend to lose grip of reality. But Akhilandeswari teaches us to have a strong will power that will make life better.

What other lessons do you think we can learn from our telly favs? Let us know below. Check out the latest episode of Kalyana Vaibhogam on ZEE5, now available before TV.

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