Posted: 11 May 2011 at 8:31pm | IP Logged
I have been thinking about this for a while...what does rashi gain by having Gopi gone from Ahem's life? In hindu religion/culture can she divorce Jigar to marry Ahem? She keeps calling him Jiju, but does she feel that she can be with him if Gopi is out of the picture? I think she needs to sit down to understand what her main goal here is before she blindly tries to come between Gopi and Ahem.
If she is truly interested in wealth, then the way to play this would be to get Gopi and Ahem together and then use Gopi to get Ahem to do things for herself or for Jigar. If Ahem falls head over heels for Gopi, I can see Gopi being able to get Ahem to do almost anything.
Also, in Switzerland Koki said in a scene about the jeans debacle that the first time she met Rashi, instead of saying that the time she went to see Rashi for Ahem. Does she not want anyone to know that she went to see Rashi, but chose Gopi instead?
Side note: If divorce and remarriage is allowed, then I think that Gopi and Jigar surely should do this and end up together. They would make such a loving couple. Jigar takes care of Gopi and I loved it today when he helped his Gopi bhabi sit in the front.
Side side note: I dont want to sound bad, but if the two couples are finally married, dont they want to do it? Its legal religiously and culturally now that they are married. I mean do they not have early to late 20s libido/urges anywhere in there? I have never seen such asexual people before. Jigar maybe comes the closest to having any natural sexual feelings for his spouse.