If You Have A Bunch Of Siblings like Gattimela’s Amulya, These 5 Things Will Be Relatable

They may be mean or annoying at times, but family is family, period!

Aarthi And Amulya In A Still From Gattimela

The new show Gattimela shows immense promise in the fictional aspect. Starring in the lead roles is Nisha Ravikrishnan as Amulya Manjunath and Rakshit as Vedanth Vasishta. While the story is all about how two completely different people fall in love, let’s not forget that the show is also about family.

If you have become a fan of the show, you will know that Amulya has three other sisters; Aarthi, Adithi and Anjali. Anyone who has more than one other sibling will know that life is never the same when your brothers and sisters come along. Similarly, Amulya too has her highs and lows with her sisters on the show. Let’s now see the problems that arise when your family is as big as the Manjunaths’.

1. The scolding scene

A Still Of Parimala And Adithi In Gattimela
A Still Of Parimala And Adithi In Gattimela

When your parents yell at your siblings, aren’t you glad that it wasn’t you? It’s a silly feeling but it is true. Generally for parents, handling more than two kids at a time is super chaotic given their individual personalities.

2. Privacy escapes out the door

It’s true! Especially if your situation is like Amulya’s, there is nothing called privacy in your life! Whatever you know, feel and are doing will be known by your siblings. How they find out, well…no one knows.

3. The tit for tat policy

A Still Of The Manjunath Family From Gattimela
A Still Of The Manjunath Family From Gattimela

If, for example, you and your sister have kept a secret of one another intact for a while, one fight and it all goes for a toss. The secrets are out and the parents end up grounding both of them. Relatable?

4. As different as chalk and cheese

Just like Amulya and her sisters, you and your sibling also will be having contrasting personalities. You may not realise it but it’s true. A hand-few of them will actually have similar interests.

5. Competition to be the parents’ pet

Parimala, Aarthi, Anjali And Manjunath In A Still From Gattimela
Parimala, Aarthi, Anjali And Manjunath In A Still From Gattimela

Every time the opportunity to prove to your parents that you are the best arrives, notice how everybody comes back in order? Validation is very important by the parents in such situations, but in reality, who is the favourite? The answer is unknown!

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