Posted: 04 March 2011 at 6:24pm | IP Logged
Haven't watched the episode. Actually have like 5 days of episodes to watch. will watch them in order, without breaking the order just for the temple scene.
You have excellent writings skills. But none of it will make me accept the latter part of the fact - " One is willing to sacrifice their happiness and get married and the other committing a crime that will earn him the financial means to help his mother. "
Character is very important for humans. CVs are trying to correct, but I am hoping they will not continue to do such damages. I don't want to beast the issue to death, but the reason I see is very simple - it is not that Guddu did not know what he was doing (He was always shown to be the most strong and giving important to character) and it is also not that his mother was in dire need for that money. Doctor had already told in the hospital that his father could arrange the money. So, it wasn't like there was no option. And if it was something like his mother has to get okay only with his money, then again I wouldn't agree. There should be no questions of ego when there is love (love for his Amma here and love for her health). For that one doesn't go and do a crime. And that too a person like Guddu.
For me,. it is just a bad way of writing a story for the sake of making Runjhun and Guddu meet (or marriage or whatever).
Anyway, I just wanted to write 2 lines but it became like a lecture.
Also since this is a thread for the "second touch", I will stop with my rant.
CVs ne ek baar kiya, toh maaf kiya ... if they repeat, then there is no maafi. Hope they get the message (from the TRP ratings) that they need to pull up their socks and bring in entertainment in their show if they want audience.
Edited by bee5 - 04 March 2011 at 6:24pm