Posted: 19 September 2009 at 11:29am
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On the August 18th episode, after seeing his bracelet among Devika's belongings, Uday concludes that they were one and the same, and goes on to tell her that he used to love her but she had betrayed him. I understand Uday's feelings, but the problem w/ his statement is - Love whom?
Devika? But he was the one who broke up w/ her (I wouldn't use the term dumped, since he did it as sensitively as he could, explaining to her in detail why - in fact, that's the right way to let go of someone), so how can he claim that he loved her? Truth is he tried to love her, but she always kept him at a distance, which is why he ultimately broke up. But that's different from saying that he loved her.
Sudha? But they were hardly an item - the night after he saved her, he took that bracelet gift for Devika to make up for unintentionally standing her up, so obviously, he wasn't in love w/ Sudha, even though Sudha was subconsciously in love w/ him. The next time he visited her to check on her health, she returned his shirt, duly fixed, and in that episode, it's obvious that she was the one in love w/ him, not yet vice versa. It was only after a few more tiffs w/ Devika that Uday tried exploring Sudha, and at the Ganesh puja, his love for her had just started. But even though she had no intentions of cheating him, point is - she didn't know that - she thought that he was just being a nice host. And at that function, since he told her about Devika, she knew that she was not his first choice, despite his insistence that she not change. Aside from his rescuing her, Sudha didn't owe him squat in terms of romance (unless one thinks that for what Uday did by saving her, Sudha would become his by default, regardless of whether Uday had another girlfriend or not)
So, yes, I sympathize w/ Uday, but the statement he made to Sudha while walking out on her and not giving her a chance to explain, just didn't add up.
Edited by Vrisha - 19 September 2009 at 11:34am