Posted: 05 September 2009 at 12:53pm | IP Logged
Thanks for such a beautiful post
and also for expressing your liking/love for me. he he
it was as though each and every word of your post had come from my heart. even I loved the character of Viraj immensely, her honesty and dedication towards every relationship, her love for justice for which she could confront anybody anytime openly be it her husband or father. Yes, she was a very pure soul, a noble person with a golden heart. And even i dont think she was in anyway, wrong, when she was having fights with her husband... i would have reacted the same way in that situation...she could not see through the cunningness of her father because she was an innocent being..so could not even imagine such a play from him.
and yes, for every healthy marriage to survive rather flourish, it is important that the couples share their views, differences. it is much better than keeping them in your mind, otherwise really someday that "pressure cooker' situation arises, as aptly expressed by you.. it is vital to give every aspect of life be it love, liking, differences to be given equal share and mutual regard.
As for Ishwar, I sympathised with him also...except for one aspect that he all of a sudden started speaking and we were shown in the episodes that he had to seek revenge..and so had kept it a secret. That move was highly inconvincing as I had suggested in my earlier posts. How can a man keep such a big secret from her wife? But that was the slip of the creatives..so let me keep that aside. His love, dedication for his wife was also 100 per cent rather 200 per cent. Though in the later episodes, the track had changed from love to revenge, but one cannot forget how he was always there for Viraj even when she had not earlier accepted him as her husband. Her following her to Neel's grave, fighting with goons, confronting viraj's father when she was being sent to asylum, then rescuing her, his stunt sequence for Rs.2 lakhs, his working as a waiter in that sardarji's dhaba, fighting with that sexual exploiter, everything highlighted his dedication towards his wife. He was, to me, the best on screen husband...
his revenge seeking mission, in the later episodes had made him a bit arrogant..but i think even that was natural (i still maintain the entire turn was inconvincing), but given that situation, he had seen Vikramaditya Rathore burn his entire family. He was not killing him but just humiliating him..making him realise that he was not god (as he thought himself to be) to control everybody's life
Yes, the sequence in which he leaves Viraj was an exaggeration but for that matter, Viraj trying to abort the child was also an equal crime. But this suggests that everybody errs in relationships and it is only the healthy foundation of a relation that helps the ship sail.
what else...yes...i am also going to miss the serial...and further, i am going to miss you also....we had formed some sort of bond here on this forum...i dont watch other serials...but do try to update my knowledge about Balika Vadhu and Na Aana is des meri laado..watching them regularly would be a big punishment..but i try to keep a track, watching them once or twice a week..or checking updates here..I have also posted 2-3 posts over there.. i hope to meet you over those forums again....
remember, i am going to miss you..i really love your posts..even i feel that we think and feel in the same manner about things. hope to get a reply from you soon....
bye..all the best....shall miss jeevan saathi...nothing to do now at TV. But i think i would be watching Big Boss-3 too...for simple time pass....no mind or heart to be applied there also...he he
you are great..and must be a very nice soul. see you again soon somewhere on India Forums.
This is for you .... with love ...