In a popular television debate show Halla Bol, a few lines on the dress sense were also talked over without any significant amount of value. When the topic of debate was distantly varied, the chat on dressing sense becomes redundant fast. Notwithstanding it is allowed to devalue the main topic.
Extending his point of view the BJP spokesman said, “Hey, my brother…I am giving you advice…why did you wear this American dress? I am asking only this? Golden tie…At least you would have been wearing Salwar Kameez.
In another TV debate show, Sambit Patra lashing out at SP spokesman A Bhadauria said: “Those who find religion in clothes, those who show themselves Maulana in clothes have come to teach us. He continued, “this is Anurag Bhadauria who has thousand green coloured Kurtas. Have you ever seen him wearing a saffron Kurta? But wearing green coloured Kurta intentionally.”
The sincerity and pointed discussion were no longer the part of the television debate; it seems to have been closed with a big goodbye in all the frankness of modern-day gestures. That is why unsuitable enraged scenes continue to arise during the debate. The logical contents have been finding no room. Thus, the television debates are aimed at removing the youthful audience as they obtain no scholastic information. It is by and by changing into Nukkad Natak.
How do unrelated points enter the television talk? Does it show suggestive reference to the peculiarly complex matter the party spokesman ably hints at? Yet, what remains the design of raising an unnecessary layer of wordy purpose? Do the pant, tie and shirt qualify as American dress or does Kameez-Pyjama refer to the Taliban dress of far-off Afghanistan?
Do we first choose what we need to wear to feel confident and comfortable and then know what comforts us? We put on a dress of our choice, that is why we are always readily prepared to retort the common question, “What does suit you to wear can not be a matter of straight discussion? It remains appropriate in immediate consideration to the personal interest.”
However, from start to end, the method of making clothes is much more complex than one may think. Then why do taunts go on the certain dress? Now, none prefers to sport Dhoti-Kurta which was the most liked dress for humid conditions. Undeniably the topography compels humans to wear clothes accordingly. Yet, it is being politicized by sitting at the well-ventilated studios of news channels.