Was listening to this song from long back sung by Vani Jayaram for the film Meera *ing Hema Malini Here is the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDQAIvGnPPg
As a kid, reading about Meera in Amar Chitra Katha, I wondered what it was like for a princess like her to just leave everything behind to become a "jogan" of her Lord, singing His praise and everyone calling her crazy.
As an adult, I wondered again what it meant for a woman like Meera to leave her position in society and her "security" and wander in the deserts of Rajasthan and beyond. What made her do something like that?
I could not comprehend this "crazy" love for her beloved, Krishna. How can she sing that she is "colored in Him?" It never made sense to me. Then I got married. Then "love" happened. In love, everything was indeed in the color of my beloved. Then everything made sense.
Here, in CB, whether Rads recognizes Dev as her KK or not, she is already "colored' in him/ by him. Whether she even gets "married" to Rohan (not happening anyways!), she will always be "wedded to Dev".
Be it the story of Meera (married in the world of humans to the Rana) or Radha, they defied all social definitions and broke them to be immersed in their love for their Giridhar Gopal.
This, I think, is the crux of this Choti Bahu. The Neeli Chunari wali of Dev's has colored his heart as much as her Krishna Kanhaiya has colored hers. Neither have an "option" but be "saavre ke rang Raachi"!