Posted: 26 January 2011 at 10:05am | IP Logged
The doctor did tell Maan that the unborn child posed a threat to Geet's life and that it would be better to go for an MTP. So unless the CVS are going to take the easy way out and get the doc to say that further tests have revealed that the threat can be averted if Maan does not consummate their relationship, this issue is going to have to be addressed sooner rather than later.
While an emotionally charged Geet may have taken a promise from Maan that he would choose the baby over her, and Geet's longstanding struggle for her baby notwithstanding, will it be wise for the CVs to show Maan making such a choice? We all respect Geet's right to choice but where it could pose a risk to her own life, I am not sure if her choice should not be disregarded. In the process of bringing into this world an as yet unborn baby, should an eighteen year old's life, which holds so much promise and one that has already formed so many bonds, be snuffed out? I think a pragmatic and a rational approach is warranted rather than one driven purely by emotion. We have known Maan to be a sensible and a very pragmatic man. He wouldn't be the tycoon that he is if he were otherwise. Let not Geet's overtly emotional attitude cloud his rational thinking. Miracles do not happen everytime. It would be foolhardy to continue with a pregnancy that poses a threat to the life of the mother in the hope of a miracle.
Geet's life has come full circle in that justice has been served. Her family has accepted the error of their ways, those who betrayed her have been punished one way or the other and her stand has been vindicated. In that sense, her triumph is complete. Let us move on with Geet evolving as a strong, individual person capable of making tough decisions when called for. Let her be shown at some point as accepting the responsibility for her decisions. For the truth is, although she had made decisions in the past too, they did not cost her dear simply because of the strong and silent support of Maan.
Lastly, a man like Maan needs to be rewarded for his humaneness, his generosity of spirit and his compassion. He does not deserve to have to bear the burden of such a choice when the situation is not of his making. Please release him from this soul crushing burden. After showing all of Maan's sacrifices, it would only be fair to show Geet choosing him and life with him over the threat to her life. I think it is now her turn to show him what he means to her!!!
Edited by janvis70 - 26 January 2011 at 10:07am