Posted: 05 January 2011 at 12:15am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Excruciating
Hey Ketty, dear you should know better about not asking me a question about what I thought about a NivRen scene? Well, now you will know better not to, because here I go :
Yes, the scene actually was very short, way too short, but I still was very contented with it simply because of the fact that a mere phone call from Viren could calm Nivedita so much. Look how far she has come? Just think of the time even after their wedding, she never got this consoled by him before. Our dear Nivi, has no idea how badly she has fallen for this guy. I really cannot wait for her full swing realization of her love for him. I cannot begin to imagine how magical that moment would be, not only for Viren but all of us as well. Quite honestly, I don't think there was anything much implied in Virens statement about, "Jaan le lunga uski". He was just joking, I didn't read anything else in it at all. But I loved this phone conversation between them, especially the last bit of it. I don't know, if you noticed a change in both their voices. There is this deep warm huskiness in Viren's voice, which speaks about a lot of intimacy, when he says, "Phir mein daar ko tumhare paas bhi nahi aane dunga". And then they say bye to each other, as simple as that, but so sweet. Loved the scene a lot.
Thanks sweetie. I agree with you, scene was short but none the less it was really meaningful with respect to where NivRen relationship are heading. It was amazing how just hearing his voice make Nivi feel all better in seconds. I don't know any of us will be alive to discuss Viren's or Nivi's expression the day Nivi realizes and confesses to Viren. I even have a feeling that Viren may faint too.
Nivi is acting as typical wifey now a days but just doesn't know. I was happy that at least CT gave us one small scene between NivRen. Now let's see what happens tomorrow. Next couple of days are full of trauma I guess.
Edited by gmann2010 - 05 January 2011 at 12:17am