Posted: 15 January 2011 at 10:45am | IP Logged
@ishika awesome poetry..
most definitely he is going to finally get love, when he hates her with all his heart..
but thats the 'nayi love story' for us..
the god angle, i like that because its right that god is not to be blamed
but for a person who has never seen real happiness in life, Arjun has just now lost two important support systems in his life, Rashi and Arohi. He blames himself for Rashi's mishap and he blames Arohi for it. His blame is not that she pushed Rashi down the stairs, but that she is the reason Rashi was even on the stairs that day.
When a person is hurt to this extent, he blames himself and he finds comfort in shifting the blame to someone else - in most cases it becomes God's responsibility. Isn't it true that we who believe in destiny, also blame destiny for all the negative things in our lives? But eventually, once we find the strength to face those hurdles in life, we realize that blaming god was childish.. Arjun is feeling sad, angry, depressed, guilty, rage, and most of all betrayal right now. Love taught him to trust in all good things including life and god. Now Hate will teach him the other extremes. In some sense, "I am my own God" is going to giving him more strength to face the oncoming hurdles. He opened up to Arohi, and he feels betrayed by her; now he needs to rebuild that wall around him.
And now i am depressed