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In a love triangle two men love the same woman but the man loves only one woman. Due to misunderstandings and other unfortunate events they break up and the man proposes to the other woman. But later he realises that he cannot live without his lady love but is duty bound to his fiancee. The other woman realises this and sacrifices for the lovers to unite. We clap at this reunion but no one spares a thought for the sacrificing other woman and her grief. Why is it so? Your views please. (you may take this question considering the case of two women loving the same man).

Tags: relationships, entertainment, love triangle
Asked by Mitali Choudhury, 15 Feb '10 03:35 pm
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Well ..why does a sacrifice means ....To sacrifice so that others are happy .I think sacrifice needs a lots of courage as it goes un noticed
Answered by minticool, 20 Feb '10 10:26 pm

 
  
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If you are talking about movies...
Thats Hero worship..... as the movies/drama's are dominated by men...!! The hero who could be SRK or SK cannot be shown the second fiddle as they carry huge price tag...even though they may not be worth that.
If you could see a heroine based movie you could see her sacrifices....

But if can go through the Indian vedic literature .... you several women who are adorned and even used in our daily prayers.....!!!
Answered by MS Prasad, 17 Feb '10 04:32 pm

 
  
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Things go wild when u donot knw what REALLY u want in life,, one u know.. theer is NO confusion :P
Answered by conviction, 15 Feb '10 03:36 pm

 
  
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I would suggest create a quadrangle of sorts.The ditched ones can hang on to each other.No complaints,all's well that ends well:))))
Answered by Divya, 19 Feb '10 05:17 pm

 
  
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