Originally posted by kshreya2002
I was going to start a thread myself. Unlike most people I am not going ga-ga over the dream. I mean it was really good...really hatke from other shows. But like Sejal I feel the song could have been different...more popular perhaps. Or maybe such songs dont appeal to me personally.
But apart from that one thing struck me...I dont know if it was intentional or it came out unwittingly but it looked as if Dutta somewhere feels that he doesnt deserve a beautiful woman like Seema or Supriya as he appears heartless to the world due to his profession. Why else would the two women emphasize on beauty and Naku emphasize on her lack of it. Dutta himself has never behaved as if notices her lack of beauty.
So from the dream it seemed as if Dutta is making a compromise...wanting to give a chance to love with a not so beautiful woman as hopefully she wont really have much choice and will not betray him like the other women did who found different men to dump him for.
But yes from the dream it was also apparent that he is totally in awe of the love Naku is giving him and how beautiful that feeling of being loved has made his life so much so that he wants to cherish every little piece of her...whether it was the flower, dupatta or the place she touched(on the tree).
And yes another point I want to add I liked the reality part at the start of the episode better than the dream. Maybe because Dutta's voice nearly broke when he said that Naku has reached her destination where she will be united with her mother and then she will be free of him. And later when Naku said he too would be relieved of her burden...the way he looked at her as if he was thinking...is this what you understand of me?
Yes, the sequence was too extended...painfully extended...it seemed unnatural at times. And I was NOT happy over Naku saying she's not pretty but she loves him. God, stop talking about the beauty piece when Dutta was never ever about that. He does not trust beautiful women, and he's made an incorrect connection in his mind between beauty and betrayal. But he never judged Naku, so when Naku said that in his sequence, I was thinking "Anil, did you really have to put that less than inspired sentence in there?"
You are right Shreya about how beautiful his life felt in the dream, being loved. It was such a stunning, and unfortunately over-dramatized, moment. I'm fida over Dutta's character. Totally.
And, yes, the look Dutta gave her was one of "is that what you think I feel? Do you understand me at all? Did you ever understand me if that is what you think now? But Dutta does have to understand--he is the one who constantly reminded her of her being a burden, of going their separate ways.