Posted: 21 January 2011 at 9:18pm | IP Logged
I see what your point is and at some points I agree with you, but look at it from Arjun's point of view as well. He loves this girl immensely only to find out that she's his family's biggest enemy's daughter and granddaughter. Despite this he still loves her and wants to spend the rest of his life with her, but he can't come around to telling her the truth. In fact, he's scared of telling her the truth because he's afraid he'll lose her.
When she finds out from someone else, she is heartbroken, but Arjun's heart breaks as well because the person he loves thinks he was just using her. Arjun decides to leave his world behind and change for the better in return for love. Now when the person whom he left his family for hates him, think about what's going over him. His heart is breaking every second, especially when he sees the girl he loves in someone else's arms or getting married to someone else. Despite this, he still tries to win her over.
Then his sister, the one person he cares about the most, comes to talk to the girl and she ends up falling down the stairs. Whether or not she was pushed, Arjun will think that she was pushed because he still hasn't been forgiven. I agree that it's wrong of him to think that Arohi was the one who pushed Rashi down the stairs, but from his POV, he's correct in feeling that someone pushed Rashi down the stairs.
Now he reenters his old world because his heart has finally shattered. He's putting on a touch facade, but inside, he's completely broken. He's hoping that when Rashi comes to, she tells him the truth, but inside he knows that Arohi couldn't be wrong. If he thought that, then when Arohi came to his house, he should have misbehaved with her, but instead he went to sleep on the couch.
Looking at from Arjun's POV, he isn't completely unfair. He's doing what he feels is right given what his present emotional and mental state is.
Edited by luv_cid_shreya - 21 January 2011 at 9:19pm