I heard that you are a very famous counselor on this site, and I would like your advice.
I just read that you want to give advice to my Sweet Woh. I am very upset. It is me who needs help, not him. But I am blushing and don't know how to say it.
I used to learn music from my husband and as my musical notes struck a chord with his, so did my heart. I know he was much older, but you see, I liked his simplicity and his pakke-sur. (The director of Cheeni-Kum was so inspired by us that he decided to make the movie,but he changed the settings so that my sister-in-law would not know how we met jab we met.) We have been leading a very quiet simple life running our music-school.
But I don't know why he is changing now. When he was asked to become judge on a new show, he decided to get his hair weaved. I don't understand, why should he have more hair just to hear songs? It was a failure, but as an ideal patni, I did not want to disappoint him, so I said that I could not recognize him. He was very happy.
Now even on the show, he tries to be funny, and keeps on copying whatever Sonuji does. I feel very embarrassed. Whenever a pretty heroine comes to the show , he keeps talking sweetly, and they all think he is a very sweet uncleji and flirt with him. He has started to wear such jazzy dresses also. He is so concerned about looking young on this show, that he is neglecting me and home, and I have to take care of the whole school.
Please tell me how to bring back my sweet, old, bald, boring husband whom I fell in love with. Even your Asbiji here thinks I am ati-romantic, but my husband simbly does not care about me. (Sorry, when I am very emotional, I get back my Malayali accent). Mindrushji, please help me.
Dear Pious Worshiping wifeji,
Get a hold of yourself! Tumhaare paas sur aur aawaaz hai, good looks hai, cute beti hai. Tumhaare paas pati bhi hai!
Use your talent, your resources and your Pretty Wiles to re-ensnare your Somewhat Wandering hubby. No more self-effacing, feet-touching, saat janam dialogues, please! Your are his equal and better! You also have age on your side!
Start going TV gigs. Be Mallika's sidekick or Bappi's chamcha on some song-n-dance circus. Flaunt your talent! Flash your dimples on screen! Flirt with the participants on camera (they are kinda your age, anyway.) Be self-assured. Be empowered.
Once hubby realizes that he can't take you for granted, also cook his favorite poran-pori to discombobulate him! The Simple Waffling hubby will not know what hit him. He will become Suddenly Warm! And that's all good but don't quit your career after that. Remember that self-earned dollars are a girl's best friend!
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- Not to mention that sitar vaadak, offers Anon
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- If you want to be happily married, don't send your wife to learn music warns Anon
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