1. Rowdy versus Classy
The fans of Deva and Parvathi (played by Pavan Sae and Thanuja Gowda) continuously extended their support to the Telugu TV show Muddha Mandaram. Parvathi won our hearts and entertained us for a long, long time. Now with Soundarya — the reincarnation of Parvathi — in the picture, have you ever compared them like us? Let’s do it together.
Soundarya is a New Age girl. She is fierce and bold. Most would refer to her as the local rowdy, and Soundarya proudly embraces it. However, her atta Parvathi wasn’t anything like her. Parvathi was the epitome of classy. She spoke softly and respectfully.
2. Dramatic versus Simplistic
Soundarya loves drama. Without it, her days are incomplete. Sometimes Abhi, sometimes Chaitra and sometimes random passersby — Soundarya needs to do something that is over-the-top and unnecessary. Parvathi, on the other hand, was the complete opposite. She had a simple approach to life. The call Parvathi believed in was making peace more than anything else.
3. Outrageous versus Sensitive
Given the circumstances in the lives of Parvathi and Soundarya, troubles and difficulties always surround them. Soundarya deals with it head on and goes to fight. She doesn’t like losing and so, she takes whichever way that allows her to win. Parvathi was sensitive. Mostly, she resorted to sobbing and weeping on her own instead of hurting another person.
4. Love is fights versus Love is love
The ways in which Soundarya and Parvathi express love, tells us everything about them. Soundarya clearly believes in fighting with the people she loves. From her mother to Abhi, one fight a day keeps the distances away. But Parvathi believed in small gestures, glances of love and sharing her emotions.
Despite being polar opposites, deep down they’re the same. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below. Until then, check out Kalyana Vaibhogam on ZEE5.