Posted: 05 January 2011 at 8:11pm | IP Logged
I had booked a spot to analyze and watched the episode to realize that there was nothing to analyze. I never believed that I would see a day when you faltered in every single department there was. Usually it is the editors or the BG people, today everyone blew it and blew it big time. The whole thing looked so illogical and forced, that the actors were having a difficult time coming up with credible performances themselves.
Dhrasti came off the best because after being fabulous in the first few minutes she had to just lie there. GC and Anjuji will take the brunt of the bad remarks. GC looked confused and completely lost. I have not seen him like this ever. It is like he could not believe he was doing this scene and the same goes for daadi. I refuse to let the actors get away scot free but at the same time you give them a lousy script there is only so much they can do.
And the doctor. Lord save us all and anyone who went to this woman. She is a hack. Until the woman is atleast 25-26 weeks along, the chances of the baby surviving are very bleak. Infact even at 20 weeks the odds of survival are very very slim. Which begs the question exactly how far along is Geet (considering she got married in Jan 2010 and it is now Jan 2011 in the series...but never mind that). According to the sonogram she is somewhere around 12-14 weeks pregnant - which is 3-4 months. The fetus will not be able to survive outside the mother's womb. Then how the heck did the doctor say she can save the mother or the child? GET THIS IF THERE IS NO MOTHER THERE IS NO CHILD........GEET NEEDS TO BE ALIVE FOR THE BABY TO BE BORN. I cannot believe that there was not one member of the cast or crew who raised an objection to this. This is beyond appalling and you have become a laughing stock of one and all. You don't need to be a doctor to know this. I certainly am not one and I had read this somewhere. When I got a doubt, I did not need to consult a doctor, I googled it and google uncle told me what I needed to know. You could have done the same, though it would have been a great idea if you consulted a real doctor with a bonafide degree (a gynecologist would have been the best) before making this big blooper. This smacks of arrogance, negligence and callousness. More than anything it shows a deep disregard for your audience's sensibilities and insults their intelligence.
With the Arjun-Annie scene, I think I am going to throw diplomacy to the wind and ask you this? Which genius (note the sarcasm) thought that showing a so called romantic interaction between the two after they knew Geet had been admitted into the hospital was a good idea. That person(s) need to be fired. Where is your sense of discretion and decency. Forget that where is your common sense. If you really wanted a change in scenery you could have shown the office staff celebrating in the office unaware of the happening and Arjun-Annie interaction there. And a bonfire really. Geet is dying/losing her baby and someone thought it was a fab idea for these 2 to have a picnic. God give you some common sense because most people were disgusted by it. People do not like the pair as is and you are not helping any by giving them ill thought scenes like this.
I like one thing about the bonfire though - you can use it to burn the script and screenplay for today's show.
Three more things
1) Maaneet better get married for real
2) Geet better be have a happy wedding
3) The baby better be OK.
I am one of your toughest critics but at the same time on of your most loyal fans. If these three conditions are not met I will not stay around to watch the demise of this show and neither will any of my friends.
You need to recognize that it is Maaneet and their chemistry and their love story that is keeping us here. DO NOT MESS WITH MAANEET AND THE BABY.
Edited by liv2laugh - 05 January 2011 at 8:21pm