- Category: Miscellaneous
- #594985Mr. Mohan, what I feel here is,the breaking down of the candidates is not because of the criticism. It is a emotion at that moment. Definitely they will take the points of judge and try to improve in their future competitions. When somebody fails in an examination, they will also break down because they failed. Somebody feeling ,that they broke down thinking the examiner has not valued the paper correctly, is not correct. Same is the case here also. They spend lot of time and lot of energy thinking that they will get prizes. When they hear in the other way, they may get dejected for a while and weep. It is not that they don't have guts to face the criticism. This is how I take the situation.
- #594991When they are 10 competitors and only two can be winner or runner , then remaining 8 should be ready to face the rejection with riders.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
- #595003Sometimes I feel there is some interest to criticise and bring tears from the failed participants. Many channels show the sullen face and tears of the losers and provoke by saying provoking comments also. They idulge in exaggerating the feelings of the losers.
All they could have done is simply announcing the winners and giving the consolation prizes to the losing participants.
- #595050What judges are doing is for TRP, they say or do more than what it required. Crying in failure is just a human emotions. We have seen even the great cricketers crying when they failed in 2007 world cup or when they lost to the semifinal in 1996 against Srilanka. In tennis too we have seen some of the greatest player crying on losing a game or crying on wining a game. I don't think it is something big issue. One can only learn by his/her mistakes and have to take positively on such stage.