Posted: 08 January 2011 at 8:24pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by geetmaanluv
i completely agree with u!!! im sorry i didnt sign up to see a story of a mother and her baby. Geet is a lovestory and the cvs are straying from the theme of the show. and this new track of the baby makes no sense. if geet loves her baby soo much why is she soo careless. she is always running, jumping, dancing, climbing out windows , falling, going up and down stairs i could go on. also what crap is this about choosing between baby an mother; maan is supposedly educated and should known that their was no choice. i COMPLETELY agree with u and hated todays episode. im know show y the rating are down... first the misunderstandings, then annie and arjun and now the behavior of geet is irritating. im fed up.
Besides, although this situation has been used umpteen times in movies/serials, the fact is no doctor ever asks such a question. I am a mother of two and had a lot of complications during my second delivery. My doctor took certain decisions to safeguard my health which she informed us of only after the delivery. It is a given that if there is such a threat, the mother's life always comes first. Of course, a mother would always put her children before herself but we are talking of an as yet unborn life here. This whole hailing mothers as martyrs thing bugs me no end.
Besides, if this story was all about how Geet struggles to save her child's life, we did not see evidence of that except in the beginning. Once the Maan- Geet love story took over, the baby was completely sidelined. If the baby always came first for Geet, she should never have done mad things like running after Maan's car in the rain, desperate to have him listen to her. That placed her baby at far greater risk after all.
Don't know why the baby has suddenly occupied centre stage now. If this show is about unconditional love, must say that it is so only from Maan's side. He is always having to do something or the other to prove to her that he loves her whereas he has never asked anything of her.
Also, yet another question begs to be asked. Does Maan come second simply because she experienced motherhood first? Going by that, would she have asked Maan for the same promise if her were indeed the father of her child. Would he have come first in her list of priorities if he had been the biological father of her child?
Sorry but please don't dish out sentiment at the cost of logic and good sense!!
Edited by janvis70 - 08 January 2011 at 8:25pm