Posted: 22 March 2011 at 4:59am | IP Logged
Originally posted by nb.neha
Originally posted by hermoinee
Vansh was another obsessive lover like Tapasya and looked upon Ichcha as his possession rather than a human being with emotions and tortured her all the time.. She was actually afraid of him..
Rohit was no doubt a great actor who portrayed the role of an intense possessive lover very well.. If they had shown him getting cured of his drug addiction and loving Ichcha as she deserves to be, after knowing about Tapasya's misdeeds, then it could have been nice.. But instead of exposing Taps himself, he committed suicide, thus leaving Ichcha to the mercy of the likes of Taps, Nani, Mai and Daddaji.. He was never a proper mate for Ichcha, only the on screen chemistry was portrayed well between the actors, that too because of the character of Vansh, which required him to be demonstrative and intense, unlike that of Veer's, which is of the gentle, understanding, category..
Now on retrospect we can see that his character was introduced only to drag this serial and if they again try to bring him back, it will only serve to prolong the agony of this show for some more time.. It is high time they wrapped up this show..
from the first day he fel for icha. he loved her dearly and with all his heart. yes, he was obsesive n posesive ....so are most of the men...some show in a more agresive manner n some dont. in all men are posesive. its just that vansh's posesiveness was turned into extreme agresion n negativity n that too by tapps....
remember how he confessed all his insecurities n asked for forgiveness on the 7th may 2010 episode when veer brings tapu home just to show vansh tat all is wel in their marital life...vansh got so guilty......
however, at each step he was mislead n poisoned.....n at last killed
I respect your POV, but my POV is different..
@ Red... I have written that if the CVs had shown such an improvement, it would have been nice.. But they chose to kill his character, that too after spoiling it to the fullest extent possible... They turned him into a psycho character like that of Nana Patekar in the film, 'Agni Sakshi', thus ruling out the sympathy factor for him.. Instead they could have turned him into a positive character who gets de-addicted and becomes a hero like Jeetendra in the film 'Jyoti'..
They just wasted his character, thereby sending a wrong message that drug addicts cannot lead normal lives...That suicide scene has been enacted superbly by Rohit, evoking sympathy for him in the end, but to what purpose?.. They have only highlighted the doubting, insecure and suicidal tendencies in drug addicts instead of showing how they can be rehabilitated for leading normal lives..
Come on yaar, after showing him blowing his brains with the gun, they cannot bring him back to life now.. Also they have got Veer and Ichcha married in the meanwhile... If they had shown that Ichcha remained as his widow, they could have made that a fake gun and a tomato sauce wound on his forehead and made him fake his death in order to frighten and expose Taps...
.. If Taps had licked the supposed 'blood' on her face, she might have realized that it was tomato sauce.. But it is all too late for that now.. No hard feelings, I hope.. Just gave my POV..
Edited by hermoinee - 22 March 2011 at 5:03am