Posted: 21 March 2011 at 5:46pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by rusha4003
As most of us here have been predicting, Runjhun is well on her way to making a pair of powerful allies today !
Kukkan & Jabbu of course ! The lads were floored by her "Usi Mathe pe sindoor bhi tho lagaya tha "
And they address her as Runjhun'ji'
. They are seeing her in new light now.
She has definitely risen in their esteem.
Loved it when Kukkan tells here, they are nearby in case she needs help. And Jabbbu reassuring her that they are taking the gun away !
Now I want to see K & J confront Guddu tomorrow. That will be a scene to watch.
Whether G will even hear them out ...... remains to be seen. *I doubt he'll listen to anything in R's favour*
I'm glad K&J addressed R with 'ji' and didn't call her 'Bhabhi'. Bcos we are not yet there! Though she is married to their Bhaiya (by their emotional bond), and have respect for her, she still is a stanger to them. And that I liked. Very aptly done scene.
So, R took the 1st step in this journey of moving-towards-each-other. 'Thali ek haat se nahin bajti', both need to make an effort to make this marriage work, is what we all understand. But what I saw here too was, it is the women who always have to give up. Its okay! She took 1 step, now I want G to take double the steps.
I'm sure most of you are happy with R's sindoor dialogue. As for me, I'm not impressed. I wish she said she is doing it for "Insaatniyat's" sake. Bcos even that would have had the same effect and that for me would have been sufficient at this jucture. More over she was telling that to K&J. If she had said she is doing that for 'Insaaniyat's sake' also would have been enough for K&J to convince G and talk on behalf of her later-on. This pati-vrata dialogue wasn't required IMO at this jucture, more so, when she herself is not filling her maang with his sindoor. As for us* viewers, we would have still understood the way she is and has been, she would have honored her marriage and there was no need for this dialogue now. It is not like she was telling that to him. Not that I am unhappy, but I would have been satisfied if she said she did it for humanity's sake bcos she doesn't consider him as anything to her, as yet. Okay anyway don't want to spoil all your happinesses, just wanted to state my opinion.
Now, to splashing come cold water on all of you - In the ending scene where he holds her pallu, and when she turns around, I have a feeling he is going to say, "how she is a panauti to him" OR, he may just pass-out without saying anything. Not expecting much from that scene. (That seems like a biscuit for the viewers.)
Amma seems to have convinced herself that she did a wrong thing accepting G as R's husband and she wants to break the relation. I am more interested to see what Amma is gonna tell R and what R's reaction to that would be.
*us -> I am hoping there might be someone out there who has the same feeling, so including them :-) :-)