Posted: 27 January 2011 at 9:47am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Elysia
I think that, deep down, he's always known that she loves him more than her own life. She has proven that several times. But he's been so stubborn, so hurt about her not telling him her secret first
, that he didn't accept her love - again - even though he wanted to.
Something that crossed my mind toward the mid-December episodes: I think that he ended up being so stubborn about staying away from her that it turned out to be more difficult for him to return to her when his anger finally started to melt away and the hurt ceased a bit. Still he pretended to be cold and careless, even though he wasn't really that upset anymore. His stubborness and anger had taken him too far. He couldn't just push her around and snap at her one day, and then the next day go: "Hey, Naku, I want you back. Enter."
Being Dutta, he started letting go bits by bits, letting her re-enter day by day with his small gestures of I'm-not-so-mad-anymore (like when he sat down to eat her hand-made breakfast, or dropped her off at home after the mandir-scene).
Ur absolutely right.......and to add to that....he gradually opened himself upto listening to AS, Nakku and Baji. If u remember, it all started with the following scenes
1)Nakku was alleged of having affair with that Suresh guy and she told her partial truth infront of Dutta. She told him that she had to put up the dark avatar to save herself from the dirty intentions of the basti and Morey.
2)Later Ayi shb in a converstaion with Dutta told him that she had to hide her beauty for saving herself.
3)The last instance was when Baji told Dutta in his drunkard state that Nakku wanted to tell her truth and took a kaul ....but it was him who changed it and refrained her from telling the truth
I believe it was this gradual unraveling of her truth that melted Dutta.....and as u rightly state...he just could'nt let her re-enter his life just like that and he showed signs of i'm-not-so-mad-anymore
by the breakfast, mandir and also the tying of the thread (last scene)before he left.