Posted: 25 February 2011 at 9:01am | IP Logged
Originally posted by peacefulblossom
Nivedita is not wrong in thinking Viren is basically good. There is hope in Viren, as he is just misled.
Originally posted by vandipai
it is a really weird law this 498A where you are guilty till the time you prove your innocence, the girl can frame anyone meaning even a distant relative of mental torture and he maybe arrested only on FIR, seriously and the way women (Only wife) commands the situation, she can ask anything, you have to give otherwise your whole family can get arrested...they have many CAW (Crime against women cells) which should actuallly be named as CRIME AGAINST WIFE CELLS as only wife is supposed to be rite there...whatever in this case nivi has really been abused by viren, what she is doing is unrealistic i feel...he stalked her, subjected her to physical and mental torture, now divorcing her......and still she should stay with him and spend her whole life with him....i really wonder what she would do..........
I think I prefer the not guilty until proven guilty. But both have their positives and negatives.
Marriage is taken very seriously in India, but its a shame that none married women haven't got much protection.
Nivi is maha she will stick with her husband because he believes there is goodness in him.
Nivedita's love just cannot cure Viren, but Nivedita's patience and tolerance will put Viren's arrogance into shame. As also, the family's tolerance that how they are bearing every insult of Viren and siding with the bahu of the family, when the son is wrong.
I had mentioned yesterday, that there was some bit of "truth" in Viren going to the Sharmas and Viren's realisation has started. It would have been weird that witnessing DS's "folding hands to outsiders" and listening to Sid Nivi's words would not affect his conscience, if he is basically a good person.
If day before yestery's incident, of DS's prestige, and the words of Sid and Nivi did not affect him , then his realisation can never come, whatever Nivi does. Realisation has to come from within without anyone's continuous guidance, and then only it can be permanent.
Edited by Omshanti1111 - 25 February 2011 at 9:02am