5 Steps To Deal With Someone Who Is Always Angry Like Ninne Pelladatha’s Sarayu

Sarayu Roy’s character gets upset over everything and everybody. Do you have a Sararyu in your life? Here are ways to deal.

1. Engage with them

Sarayu and Sampangi in Ninne Pelladatha (Source: ZEE5)

In Ninne Pelladatha, the character played by Sarayu Roy, Sarayu, is someone who is always angry. She gets upset over little things. At times, the existence of other people annoys her. But the moot cause of her anger is Mrudula (played by Madhubala). Sarayu cannot stand Madhu’s (played by Abhi Prathap) wife. And she tries in every way possible to harm her. Do you have a Sarayu in your life? Here’s how you should deal with such a person:

Sometimes, all the other person might be angry about is feeling ignored. Give them a patient ear. Find out what is making them so angry. Is it a person? Or is it a situation? Or is there some other reason?

2. Be calm

Still From Ninne Pelladatha Ft. Sarayu Brahmani
Sarayu and Brahmani in Ninne Pelladatha (Source: ZEE5)

When the other person is angry, it doesn’t help if you get annoyed and start shouting and yelling too. Doing that might escalate the situation. Stay calm and keep your voice and gestures normal.

3. Don’t character assassinate

Sarayu in Ninne Pelladatha
Sarayu in Ninne Pelladatha (Source: ZEE5)

When you know that the person you are dealing with has a short fuse, it doesn’t help if you character assassinate or name call that person. It tends to make them angrier. Try to defuse the situation instead.

4. Know when to stop

Mansi and Sarayu In Ninne Pelladatha
Mansi and Sarayu in Ninne Pelladatha (Source: ZEE5)

If a person is so angry that s/he is almost frothing at the mouth, it makes no sense to engage with such a person. The best thing you can do in such situations is to simply walk away. Tell the other person that you will talk to them when they have calmed down.

5. Stay safe

Sarayu In Ninne Pelladatha
(Source: ZEE5)

When a person is angry s/he often has no control over his or her actions. So when you are interacting with such a person, it’s imperative that you pay attention to your personal safety as well. Maintain a distance and walk away the moment you feel threatened.

Know who else is angry? It’s none other than Nithya (played by Meghana Lokesh) in Kalyana Vaibhogam. Watch her for more entertainment, on ZEE5.