Posted: 07 May 2011 at 11:57am | IP Logged
Ditto to all the things you liked about yesterday's episode.
One thing I'd like to point out about yesterday's episode is Renuka's interrogation scene with Navya. I liked how she sort of provided a reality check for her in someway. She reminded her what could happen if and ever her dadi or dad come to know of her "friendship" with a guy. If wed/thur was about showing elder sister covering up for little sister, yesterday was about elder sister being an "elder" sister to her little sister. One thing that Renuka points out to Navya in that conversation was that how come she has more calls to Anant on her phone than Appy or Ritz's? That is one question that somehow stood out ...Appy and Ritz are her bffs since elementary school and up till now she's shared every darn thing with them, then how come they are showing her more and more with Anant than those 2 gal pals?
@Anant reaching Navya's place in the morning--- this dude's bordering on being a bit stalkerish
He just drives up to her place...why?! lol impulsive much! Now he's being a bumblebee who's had way too many espresso shots
@picnic and AN--- Ummm Anant seems to be hooked
on to this whole thing about making Navya do stuff that she normally wouldn't. Take for example, going to the engagement party...or getting permission to go to the trip. It's like he's taken on to himself to have her succeed in to doing certain things and gets frustrated himself if she's not able to accomplish that "certain" thing---Read: his frustration at Navya denying to come to engagement. and ummm that face palm
in the car--- it could be a reaction to both his "d'uh" moment and may be because he could get her to come with him.
@Car service--- LOL he seems to be enjoying this "driver" service for his Ma'am Navya.
He doesn't leave a chance to make her sit in his car and give her a ride. lol He seemed disappointed at the fact that he couldn't drop her off the night before. He mentioned it twice already! lol Navya, lucky you! you've got a chauffeur and an entertainer free of cost there!
@Creeptsters--- I just royally ignore those banaraswalis.
there's nothing new in what they do, say or **plot**. Those are what i would call uber monotonous and utterly "stereotypical" indian telly characters. Hopefully, Creepy bhabhi doesn't conjure up a way to send her dumb sister to the picnic or herself drive up to the picnic to "spy" on her phaborite DEBORJEEE.