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Incoherence Galore....

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Posted: 15 February 2005 at 8:41am | IP Logged

I thought the V-Day episode was very sloppily done! The script was loose and despite an excellent performance by Apurva the overall show lacked body and IMO the embrace lacked any chemistry. I understand you sentimental lovebirds think this was the greatest show ever but frankly speaking it was quite an anticlimax after all the buildup they JJKN had been undergoing with Jassi making Suriji jealous and all

On a side note I still have a hard time coming to grips with Armaan really loving Jassi especially with the lies and deceit he continues to indulge in as far as GM finances go and also involving Jassi in this as well.  Would you not think that a sincere person would first of all not get into something like this and if they did, they would especially not want someone they care for so much be part of it. Plus remember how innocent Armaan acted when Aryan broke the news of Jassi being Kohinoor's owner - that's not what a man would do...especially a man in love. And last but not least what will really change after the board meeting where fudged figures will be presented. Seems all very incoherent and lacking genuinity

Oh well...

Al

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Posted: 15 February 2005 at 10:12am | IP Logged
it's ok, you can never please everyone. 
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Posted: 15 February 2005 at 12:17pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by albelarahi

I thought the V-Day episode was very sloppily done! The script was loose and despite an excellent performance by Apurva the overall show lacked body and IMO the embrace lacked any chemistry. I understand you sentimental lovebirds think this was the greatest show ever but frankly speaking it was quite an anticlimax after all the buildup they JJKN had been undergoing with Jassi making Suriji jealous and all

On a side note I still have a hard time coming to grips with Armaan really loving Jassi especially with the lies and deceit he continues to indulge in as far as GM finances go and also involving Jassi in this as well.  Would you not think that a sincere person would first of all not get into something like this and if they did, they would especially not want someone they care for so much be part of it. Plus remember how innocent Armaan acted when Aryan broke the news of Jassi being Kohinoor's owner - that's not what a man would do...especially a man in love. And last but not least what will really change after the board meeting where fudged figures will be presented. Seems all very incoherent and lacking genuinity

Oh well...

Al



Dear Albelarahi, one needs to know more than the formula for sulphuric acid to understand chemistry. And in case you didn't know, T&DS are following the BLF script down to a 'T' so even though we sentimental lovebirds fantasized about more Body on Valentine's Day, we were aware that the makers would not deviate much from the script to accommodate our flights of fancy.

When you talk about Armaan not caring enough about Jassi to make her a part of 'all this' despicable nonsense, let me remind you that this is Armaan we are talking about here and not some wishy-washy character, whose idea of love is to protect his lover from all possible harm (like she's too dumb to take care of herself!). Armaan is different - as if you didn't already know. He treats Jassi like his equal. He knows what she is capable of. She has the smarts and he's smart enough to know it, and use it to his advantage when the need arises. That's what makes him a lovable rascal and not the Mr. Perfect Goody-two-shoes who's actually an MCP at heart.

What do you think Armaan should have done when Aryan broke the news about Kohinoor? Got down on his feet and told him the truth? Threatened him to leave Jassi alone? Nah, Armaan is above all that. He has more confidence in Jassi's adept handling of crisis situations than most of us have in our own selves. And he was well-rewarded for giving her that chance. He knows he deserves to stay on as Gulmohar's CEO simply becos whatever his fumbling-bumblings and fiascos, he is better than Aryan. There is no better candidate than him. He is his father's son and Gulmohar is his right and his inheritance. And he did what he had to do to save the day.

If the fudged figures manage to get thru the board meeting, Gulmohar will still have a chance. It will not be dragged into endless litigation and will not have to fire its valuable employees. It will not have for a possible CEO a vicious, conniving, ruthless man like Aryan who will always put self-interest before the company. And it will have a hope of a better future becos whatever be Armaan and his shortcomings, he is learning and growing with his experiences and also paying dearly for past mistakes. It's do or die now, and Armaan will be forced to wisen up, which will actually help everyone from Gulmohar to Jassi.
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Posted: 15 February 2005 at 3:56pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by queenbee

Originally posted by albelarahi

I thought the V-Day episode was very sloppily done! The script was loose and despite an excellent performance by Apurva the overall show lacked body and IMO the embrace lacked any chemistry. I understand you sentimental lovebirds think this was the greatest show ever but frankly speaking it was quite an anticlimax after all the buildup they JJKN had been undergoing with Jassi making Suriji jealous and all

On a side note I still have a hard time coming to grips with Armaan really loving Jassi especially with the lies and deceit he continues to indulge in as far as GM finances go and also involving Jassi in this as well.  Would you not think that a sincere person would first of all not get into something like this and if they did, they would especially not want someone they care for so much be part of it. Plus remember how innocent Armaan acted when Aryan broke the news of Jassi being Kohinoor's owner - that's not what a man would do...especially a man in love. And last but not least what will really change after the board meeting where fudged figures will be presented. Seems all very incoherent and lacking genuinity

Oh well...

Al



Dear Albelarahi, one needs to know more than the formula for sulphuric acid to understand chemistry. And in case you didn't know, T&DS are following the BLF script down to a 'T' so even though we sentimental lovebirds fantasized about more Body on Valentine's Day, we were aware that the makers would not deviate much from the script to accommodate our flights of fancy.

When you talk about Armaan not caring enough about Jassi to make her a part of 'all this' despicable nonsense, let me remind you that this is Armaan we are talking about here and not some wishy-washy character, whose idea of love is to protect his lover from all possible harm (like she's too dumb to take care of herself!). Armaan is different - as if you didn't already know. He treats Jassi like his equal. He knows what she is capable of. She has the smarts and he's smart enough to know it, and use it to his advantage when the need arises. That's what makes him a lovable rascal and not the Mr. Perfect Goody-two-shoes who's actually an MCP at heart.

What do you think Armaan should have done when Aryan broke the news about Kohinoor? Got down on his feet and told him the truth? Threatened him to leave Jassi alone? Nah, Armaan is above all that. He has more confidence in Jassi's adept handling of crisis situations than most of us have in our own selves. And he was well-rewarded for giving her that chance. He knows he deserves to stay on as Gulmohar's CEO simply becos whatever his fumbling-bumblings and fiascos, he is better than Aryan. There is no better candidate than him. He is his father's son and Gulmohar is his right and his inheritance. And he did what he had to do to save the day.

If the fudged figures manage to get thru the board meeting, Gulmohar will still have a chance. It will not be dragged into endless litigation and will not have to fire its valuable employees. It will not have for a possible CEO a vicious, conniving, ruthless man like Aryan who will always put self-interest before the company. And it will have a hope of a better future becos whatever be Armaan and his shortcomings, he is learning and growing with his experiences and also paying dearly for past mistakes. It's do or die now, and Armaan will be forced to wisen up, which will actually help everyone from Gulmohar to Jassi.

 

ClapClap noone could have said it better.

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Posted: 15 February 2005 at 4:49pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by queenbee

Originally posted by albelarahi

I thought the V-Day episode was very sloppily done! The script was loose and despite an excellent performance by Apurva the overall show lacked body and IMO the embrace lacked any chemistry. I understand you sentimental lovebirds think this was the greatest show ever but frankly speaking it was quite an anticlimax after all the buildup they JJKN had been undergoing with Jassi making Suriji jealous and all

On a side note I still have a hard time coming to grips with Armaan really loving Jassi especially with the lies and deceit he continues to indulge in as far as GM finances go and also involving Jassi in this as well.  Would you not think that a sincere person would first of all not get into something like this and if they did, they would especially not want someone they care for so much be part of it. Plus remember how innocent Armaan acted when Aryan broke the news of Jassi being Kohinoor's owner - that's not what a man would do...especially a man in love. And last but not least what will really change after the board meeting where fudged figures will be presented. Seems all very incoherent and lacking genuinity

Oh well...

Al



Dear Albelarahi, one needs to know more than the formula for sulphuric acid to understand chemistry. And in case you didn't know, T&DS are following the BLF script down to a 'T' so even though we sentimental lovebirds fantasized about more Body on Valentine's Day, we were aware that the makers would not deviate much from the script to accommodate our flights of fancy.

When you talk about Armaan not caring enough about Jassi to make her a part of 'all this' despicable nonsense, let me remind you that this is Armaan we are talking about here and not some wishy-washy character, whose idea of love is to protect his lover from all possible harm (like she's too dumb to take care of herself!). Armaan is different - as if you didn't already know. He treats Jassi like his equal. He knows what she is capable of. She has the smarts and he's smart enough to know it, and use it to his advantage when the need arises. That's what makes him a lovable rascal and not the Mr. Perfect Goody-two-shoes who's actually an MCP at heart.

What do you think Armaan should have done when Aryan broke the news about Kohinoor? Got down on his feet and told him the truth? Threatened him to leave Jassi alone? Nah, Armaan is above all that. He has more confidence in Jassi's adept handling of crisis situations than most of us have in our own selves. And he was well-rewarded for giving her that chance. He knows he deserves to stay on as Gulmohar's CEO simply becos whatever his fumbling-bumblings and fiascos, he is better than Aryan. There is no better candidate than him. He is his father's son and Gulmohar is his right and his inheritance. And he did what he had to do to save the day.

If the fudged figures manage to get thru the board meeting, Gulmohar will still have a chance. It will not be dragged into endless litigation and will not have to fire its valuable employees. It will not have for a possible CEO a vicious, conniving, ruthless man like Aryan who will always put self-interest before the company. And it will have a hope of a better future becos whatever be Armaan and his shortcomings, he is learning and growing with his experiences and also paying dearly for past mistakes. It's do or die now, and Armaan will be forced to wisen up, which will actually help everyone from Gulmohar to Jassi.

...perfectly said queenbee ClapClapClap ...lol.. u have a waay with words Tongue.. ClapClap

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Posted: 15 February 2005 at 11:44pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by queenbee

Originally posted by albelarahi

I thought the V-Day episode was very sloppily done! The script was loose and despite an excellent performance by Apurva the overall show lacked body and IMO the embrace lacked any chemistry. I understand you sentimental lovebirds think this was the greatest show ever but frankly speaking it was quite an anticlimax after all the buildup they JJKN had been undergoing with Jassi making Suriji jealous and all

On a side note I still have a hard time coming to grips with Armaan really loving Jassi especially with the lies and deceit he continues to indulge in as far as GM finances go and also involving Jassi in this as well.  Would you not think that a sincere person would first of all not get into something like this and if they did, they would especially not want someone they care for so much be part of it. Plus remember how innocent Armaan acted when Aryan broke the news of Jassi being Kohinoor's owner - that's not what a man would do...especially a man in love. And last but not least what will really change after the board meeting where fudged figures will be presented. Seems all very incoherent and lacking genuinity

Oh well...

Al



Dear Albelarahi, one needs to know more than the formula for sulphuric acid to understand chemistry. And in case you didn't know, T&DS are following the BLF script down to a 'T' so even though we sentimental lovebirds fantasized about more Body on Valentine's Day, we were aware that the makers would not deviate much from the script to accommodate our flights of fancy.

When you talk about Armaan not caring enough about Jassi to make her a part of 'all this' despicable nonsense, let me remind you that this is Armaan we are talking about here and not some wishy-washy character, whose idea of love is to protect his lover from all possible harm (like she's too dumb to take care of herself!). Armaan is different - as if you didn't already know. He treats Jassi like his equal. He knows what she is capable of. She has the smarts and he's smart enough to know it, and use it to his advantage when the need arises. That's what makes him a lovable rascal and not the Mr. Perfect Goody-two-shoes who's actually an MCP at heart.

What do you think Armaan should have done when Aryan broke the news about Kohinoor? Got down on his feet and told him the truth? Threatened him to leave Jassi alone? Nah, Armaan is above all that. He has more confidence in Jassi's adept handling of crisis situations than most of us have in our own selves. And he was well-rewarded for giving her that chance. He knows he deserves to stay on as Gulmohar's CEO simply becos whatever his fumbling-bumblings and fiascos, he is better than Aryan. There is no better candidate than him. He is his father's son and Gulmohar is his right and his inheritance. And he did what he had to do to save the day.

If the fudged figures manage to get thru the board meeting, Gulmohar will still have a chance. It will not be dragged into endless litigation and will not have to fire its valuable employees. It will not have for a possible CEO a vicious, conniving, ruthless man like Aryan who will always put self-interest before the company. And it will have a hope of a better future becos whatever be Armaan and his shortcomings, he is learning and growing with his experiences and also paying dearly for past mistakes. It's do or die now, and Armaan will be forced to wisen up, which will actually help everyone from Gulmohar to Jassi.

well said queenbee Clap

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