Posted: 25 May 2011 at 9:38am | IP Logged
Originally posted by afghan33
in my opinion ranchod is immature person and i didnt like the way he handled the conversation about the talent hunt with karan with everybody in the room including the witch shelly... he said that abha is his wife and blah blah... the way karan lost his temper wasnt right but he is right ranchod shouldn't have done what he did when he knew that karan loved abha, but i think the family should take the blame because they got abha into this marriage with ranchod... that stupid witch shelly will never have a soft heart for karan because she dispises him... i cant belive she put that dvd of ranchod in karans room to watch... she has gone over the limit and cv's need to stop showing her always doing evil things, and that virmal is blind as a bat
what do you think??? comments plz...
Quite right about Shelly - she seems to be venturing into everyone's life (business) figuratively and literally. Right from the get go - she accuses Abha of eavesdropping into her and Vimal's conversation (conversion of SB into a casino). Her comments to Abha were pretty vitriolic. Since then Shelly herself has resorted to stealing in the first instance the Sita Haar, and now very recently Ranchod's Mangalsutra. She seems to be everywhere listening into people's conversation and being nasty. After being caught in the act, it is surprising that the Prasad family members give her even a benefit of doubt.
I hope the CVs are doing their due deligence, because, so far I liked the way they have let both the characters - Karan and Ranchod emerge. Hopefully, Karan's erratic behaviour will be addressed by the CVs for unearthing something (one of the many twists we have to witness). Makes me wonder if more chachas, mamas will come out the woodwork for the plot to thicken.
Anyways as regards Ranchod, it was gut wrenching - felt bad for both Abha and Ranchod. But liked the way Ranchod decided to extricate himself out of that sticky situation by leaving home. Best would be if the senior Prasads' come clean with the twins and move to Bombay with Ranchod. The parents can be there for their son and at the same time give the Ujjainians the space to get on with their lives. Veer needs to find a wife (at least for Karan's sake)
On a lighter note - I was thinking about how adaptable the cast has to be to take the script and make it look credible - however hair-brained the idea or situation may be. I would be ready to tear out my hair if something like this happened at work.
Edited by sanjananrvkr - 25 May 2011 at 9:57am