Posted: 17 January 2011 at 5:54pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by upasana.diya
How true is this proverb and would it fit Kinjal's case?
I believe it does. When Kinjal tried stealing, she should have been reprimanded just like Rashi and Gopi are... ie right in front of everyone, so she knows shame in doing something wrong, but Koki hid her daughter's fault and punished her by trying to get her married and see where it all took the MMMs.
Instead if everyone knew, how cruel Kinjal was, the way the story moved would have been totally different...
Koki's parvarish which she is proud of seems not upto scratch here... and she is wailing as to where she went wrong... she'll know her mistakes only if she bothers to come here
Absolutely agree Diya, when Kokila only said Gopi speaks the truth all leave except Kinjal the she tried to resolve the issue herself. That is Kokila, she thinks she is too strong and can handle it all alone, had Aham been told and everyone, they might have got her to reveal she was been blackmailed because of a previous relationship, Aham and his connections would have found out the blackmailer and her boyfriend are one and the same and resolved the matter before marrying off Kinjal, but Kokila marrying her to Elesh, what about if her stealing was a deeper problem, she could have carried this Kleptomania (well she is a rich girl what else could Kokila deduce it to be) to her in laws house, imagine how shameful that would have been, and fun too for us (aah we can only dream).
Yes the CV's and that Kokila parvarish of hers, if it was one of the bahu she would have made them suffer openly in-front of the whole house she reveals everything (when everyone has to stand like statues), her own child she protects, now look what is happening because of her cover up.