Can anyone really be classified on their behavior as black or white? When I was young (er) and naive, I did actually believe people are either good or bad. Back in those days, when reading Archies was my favorite hobby, I knew Archie, Betty and Jughead were the good ones, Reggie and Veronica were the bad ones. When I watched Seeta aur Geeta, I developed this notion (along with the good and bad) that people can be classified as intorverts and extroverts too. Again, meaning, people always have "defined" personalities and nothing, absolutely nothing, stays in between, which one may call a grey area.
I now know and realize that most of us are in that grey area. We are sometimes both extrovert and introvert and sometimes neither. We are sometimes good, maybe sometimes bad. But we do not really have one definitive character that can be used to describe us. We all do have an inherent character in ourselves, but as we grow and start to know life and it's situations, we adapt to these situations and sometimes people around us, by either moving towards a greyer area or by changing our characteristic altogether.
Seeta didn't say a word when she was abused, just as Geeta didn't let anyone abuse her, she went ahead and taught lessons to people who did her wrong. Can you be a Seeta all your life? Or a Geeta all your life? I think we all have a little bit of both of them in us and when time and situations arise that need us to behave in a certain manner, we just do that.
What do you think?