Originally posted by Yuvika_15
So, the sick woman (aka Rupali, sister of Nana), is not the mother of Dutta or Madhu? Because if she ended up as she is now on that night, then she never got married to Damodar. But then Damodar... I don't know. Bewildered here. Damodar must've married someone else at some point and had Dutta - then lost his wife and remarried and had Madhu
. Rupali must be the reason why Nana is majorly PMS and wants to punish Damodar's son, because he's assuming that Damodar damaged his sister. @red...or mayb this all happened after he ran away after his brother died... y does he always do tht? he does tht n is considered the culprit n bechara his son has 2 bare the consequences
I think that he does it because he's actually a coward and selfish. Was. I'm sure that even though I call it cowardice, he'd call it survival. But in the end, he was being selfish once again na. I'm not for Damodar nor am I completely against him. He's a complex man. I'm hoping that more light will be shed on his complexity and we'll understand him better as his past is unveiled. I still want to know exactly what made Damodar so rotten that he started gambling and sold his own son. Where was his brother in all this mess? There's so much yet to be explored and until then I'll observe.
Ramdas must've been behind some women trafficking, right? yh bt probs made sure the blame was put on DP..or mayb NS did the sme too... cos i believe he's a part of tht woman business thts happening nw...
There is definitely some kind of misunderstanding between Nana and Damodar. Misunderstanding that led to hatred and a secret agenda against Damodar's son. But why only Dutta? Madhu is also Damodar's offspring. Why wage a hidden war against the son and not the daughter? Are we meant to sympathize with Nana at some point, later on? I find that impossible if he's involved in a dhanda such as women trafficiking (even if it's only to get revenge), which he must be as Baji recognized the guard who attacked him.
'Cause Damodar wanted to show Rupali what kind of man he really was. Sheesh-kebab, I'm only getting more confused by trying to sort this all out. lol..jus gta b patient hun... bt i feel DP was made 2 luk like the bad guy bt wasnt in fact...mayb madhu cn reveal mre..i hpe her dad has tld her stuff... btw BB wen is madhu returning? hpe its soon
I'm hoping that Madhu will become more involved once she returns. Damodar was her father, more than he was Dutta's (considering that he didn't abandon her in the literal sense). I wonder if Madhu even knew the man she called father.
I sort of get Nana's dushmani with Damodar now though. Nana must think that Ramdas was the good guy, a hero or victim, whichever - while he must think that since Damodar ran away from the crime scene, leaving his sister in a bloody mess, he's the bad guy/culprit. yep thts wt m thinkin..bt man wt is this? y punish the son? i mean wers the logic 2 tht...
It's not so hard for a man to logically justify his actions when it comes to vengeance. In a gangster's case, there's no need for logic or justification of his actions. But for the sake of debate, Damodar is dead. He can hardly punish him anymore. Kala felt the same way. Which is why her means toward ruining Dutta became that much more murderous. I think that, like with Kala, ruining Dutta will only bring Nana momentary satisfaction. But in the end, he lost what he lost and revenge won't fix that. It's be a temporary pleasure and even with a broken Dutta, Nana will be the most damaged - in the end.
That's one important factor in relation to Kala as well. But even in her extreme case, I do feel that there's the slightest chance that she might become less bad - gradually, very gradually. She just has to hit rockbottom first. She hasn't hit rockbottom yet. Her arrogance and overconfidence and misconceptions are still clouding her senses and her judgment. She's blinded by a hatred that is born out of anger toward Damodar, hurt over "losing" her mother (in her eyes) to a killer's son, abandonment issues, etc. She even doubts herself at times and yet sustains a facade that makes her come across as confident and intimidating. Complex woman with complex issues that all need to be treated, resolved, before a gradual construction of a new woman can begin.
Tossing away Kala's perceptions of reality, perceptions that she has had for years isn't something that can be done over a short time. But sorry, I started with Nana and ended with Kala. LOL. She's fascinating to me. A fascinating mind.
So... sins of the father catching up with the son. Unfairly so. yh n probs in this case he didnt evn do nethin...i hpe this track reveals tht DP wasnt a bad man... it has too for dutta 2 kinda accept tht DP wasnt as bad as he thrt n kinda forgive him cos thts summut dutta hasnt gt round 2 duin...
I agree that Dutta needs to come to terms with who his father was. Whether good or bad.
Thanks for this awesome one-hour episode
Precap: GULP. They always get caught -_- I am so dreading this confrontation. Dutta re Dutta. You make me smile, laugh, pissed, irritated, happy - but now you're making me sweat. I'm that nervous.he aint gna b happy n wil say agen... "tu meri baat kabhi nahi sunti naku...poor him yaar"
Yeah. LOL. He heats up so fast that I'm afraid that he might get a stroke some day - before Nana can even get to him.